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Palestinian Muslims Sack Temple Mount

ViestiKirjoittaja Annukka » 28.07.2014 20:58

Palestinian Muslims Sack Temple Mount

Monday, July 28, 2014 | Israel Today Staff

Buried amidst excessive coverage of the Gaza war were very brief reports of a very serious incident last Friday: the sacking of the Israeli police station atop Jerusalem’s Temple Mount.

Following a particularly volatile prayer service, Muslim mobs began rioting and attacked the small Israeli police station that is meant to maintain order at the Temple Mount, usually by acquiescing to Muslim demands to prevent Jewish and Christian prayer at the holy site.

The small police force reportedly fled before the attackers, who then looted, ransacked and burned the police station. To complete their conquest, the mob planted a Palestinian flag atop the police station.

Arab rioting in Jerusalem and its environs has escalated significantly in recent weeks following the murder of a local Palestinian teenager. The fact that that murder was revenge for the earlier execution of three Jewish teens doesn’t seem to matter. Local Muslims are out for blood, and in their wake have left extensive property damage.
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Arab rioting in Jerusalem feels like to be in Hell. The spirit of them is so so so bad you never know.
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What Happens When Palestinians Protest Hamas

ViestiKirjoittaja Annukka » 30.07.2014 21:21

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Washington Post Slams Israel For Hamas' Evils

ViestiKirjoittaja Annukka » 31.07.2014 07:51

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160 Palestinian children who were used by Hamas to build the

ViestiKirjoittaja Annukka » 31.07.2014 07:54

The Simon Wiesenthal Center is urging the United Nations Human Rights Council (UNHRC) to investigate the death of at least 160 Palestinian children who were used by Hamas to build their terror tunnels.

“Hamas officials openly admitted that children were used to help build their terror tunnels and that at least 160 Palestinian kids died during so-called work accidents,” charged Rabbi Abraham Cooper, associate dean of the Simon Wiesenthal Center, a leading Jewish human rights NGO.

An article published this week in Tablet, cites a 2012 article in the Institute for Palestine Studies by Nicolas Pelham. In it he wrote:




“A similarly cavalier approach to child labor and tunnel fatalities damaged the movement’s [i.e., Hamas] standing with human-rights groups, despite government assurances dating back to 2008 that it was considering curbs. During a police patrol that the author was permitted to accompany in December 2011, nothing was done to impede the use of children in the tunnels, where, much as in Victorian coal mines, they are prized for their nimble bodies. At least 160 children have been killed in the tunnels, according to Hamas officials. Safety controls on imports appear similarly lax, although the TAC insists that a sixteen-man contingent carries out sporadic spot-checks.” According to Pelham, Hamas’ “Tunnel Affairs Commission” continued to stonewall any complaints about the lethal exploitation of child labor ever since 2008.


“Isn’t there a single member of the UNHRC, whether the US, Germany, UK, or France to stand up and demand accountability for Hamas’ barbarities, at least when the victims are Palestinian children? And where is the multitude of NGOs devoted to protecting children? Will they ever raise the target of their moral outrage at anyone in the Middle East other than Israel?”

“Perhaps we shouldn’t be surprised by anything Hamas does. What else to expect from a regime that brainwashes children as young as three with genocidal propaganda using Mickey Mouse characters to convert them to the cult of suicide bombers; that has rewarded the voters in Gaza who put them in power, by using their constituents as human shields?

“Still, a UN investigation could at least restore a degree of dignity to these Palestinian children who were robbed of their life by their leaders.

Perhaps the international community will begin to hold these terrorist leaders accountable for their crimes against humanity,” Cooper concluded.
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A Young Israeli Speaks Out About Gaza

ViestiKirjoittaja Annukka » 31.07.2014 08:34

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United Nations' Double Standards Laid Bare

ViestiKirjoittaja Annukka » 31.07.2014 20:21

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