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originally posted by: Britguy
a reply to: infolurker
Only one group of genocidal animals there, and they are the invaders! Why should any solution to the problem involve genocide? Simple application of international law should suffice, along with disarmament of both sides and a protection force in place to ensure both sides comply.
After all, we have invaded other nations and instigated "regime change" for a hell of a lot less than Israel is guilty of.
If you think genocide is the answer, then you are one sick individual and obviously thinking along the same lines as the self declared chosenites!
The latest official figures from Gaza's health ministry say that more than 1,750 Palestinians have been killed and more than 9,000 injured since the conflict began more than three weeks ago. The UN warned that a "health disaster of widespread proportions" is unfolding in Gaza, with medical services facing collapse.
originally posted by: infolurker
a reply to: sosobad
Struck a nerve.
Hmmm... why is there no power and water? Has nothing to do with Rockets being launched into Israel right... Israel is just mean.... They just took out targets because they were bored and not in a response to freeking missiles being shot at them?
When German V1 and V2's were being shot into Britain, the Brits should not have gone after the launch sites? Do you think the brits gave a damn if the rocket site was in a major city?
They are freeking restrained compared to us. Remember Dresden?
Ah, your right, what is the use. Common Sense is beyond most of the HuffPo drinking crowd. Continue with the mouth foaming and venom.
Bush!, Halliburton!, Israel!, Capitalism!, Koch Brothers!, Tea Party! blah, blah, blah.
I am sick of the Idiocracy myself as common sense seems to be beyond most of this generation.
Thousands of people have taken to the streets around the world over the weekend to protest Israel’s military operation in the Gaza Strip. The largest demonstrations were held in Australia, France and Chile.
"The state of Israel does not represent all Jews,” Slezak said. “I am one of very many Jews who is horrified and deeply ashamed by what the Jewish state is doing in my name. I stand with the people of Gaza and with Palestine as a whole "
On July 30 Chile and El Salvador recalled their ambassadors from Tel Aviv. The move follows similar actions by Ecuador, Brazil and Peru, who have also recalled their ambassadors.
“It is important for me and my family to distance ourselves from the occupation [of Palestinian territories] and the Israeli government’s policies,” Ruth, an Israeli citizen from Tel Aviv, told France-24. She joined the protest, carrying posters written in Hebrew.
originally posted by: [post=18233463]
In 2010 Hamas leader Khaled Meshaal stated that the Charter is "a piece of history and no longer relevant, but cannot be changed for internal reasons.
originally posted by: voyger2
Sydney - Australia
Here is what they shouted while waving black flags of jihad — and pray Labor finally listens: Palestine is Muslim land The solution is Jihad ... You can never stop Islam From Australia to al Sham (Syria) One umma (Muslim community) hand in hand From Lakemba to Gaza One call “khalifa” (Caliphate) That chant is a wake-up for a political class now too cowed or craven to judge between the civilised and the primitive.