A Letter from a Palestinian Muslim to Santa

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posted on Dec, 25 2008 @ 10:21 AM
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reply to post by ufoorbhunter
 


In other words, bend the knee.

Nope.




posted on Dec, 25 2008 @ 01:11 PM
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Originally posted by fatdad
ha ha ha a failed attempt at propaganda... i hope Santa swings by and tells the parents to stop brainwashing children to be terrorists...

uk.youtube.com...

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I think those two videos are the most disturbing I've ever seen.
Thanks for posting.



posted on Dec, 25 2008 @ 03:37 PM
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Dear masonwatcher,

Granted there are thousands of people starving in Gaza, tell your government to stop spending it's money on guns and rockets to use against Israeli Civilians & Soliders and spend it on food and water.

Furthermore, Israel is willing to negoiate, and everytime it gets close to becoming a peace agreement, somehow terrorists begin their terror regime. In addition, you don't see Israeli civilians launching rockets and guns into Gaza, you see the military taking control because they are supporting their people.

If you want opression to stop in Gaza, learn to respect others and begin understanding that Muslims and Jews can live together. And if you want to begin about it being your birthright, read the Torah, the oldest book in the world and the basis for Christianity, Islam, and Catholicism.

Love
Santa Claus



posted on Dec, 25 2008 @ 06:21 PM
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Letter to Detroit: Please ask your government to take back the $30 B they give to Israel year after year and give it to you instead. Also please dump your useless cars to this useless Middle East country.

Shalom.



posted on Dec, 25 2008 @ 06:30 PM
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Originally posted by mrmonsoon
reply to post by Harlequin
 

Also, if the terrorists would not attack a nation, they would not get the "RESPONCES" to their attacks.


Also, if the squatter nation would not attack the Palestinian nation, they would not get the "RESPONCES" to their attacks.



posted on Dec, 25 2008 @ 10:25 PM
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reply to post by Harlequin
 

Harlequin, I didn't specify "random civilian targets." However, if you spot firing from a position or building, you can certainly "mark" your target. And immediately follow with napalm.

This does not violate the Geneva Conventions. However, armed combatants not in uniform are accorded no protection of the Geneva Conventions, as they haven't met even one of three requirements for protection.

Any armed civilian combatant, can be executed on the spot, by any ranking soldier, even if he is just a PFC. You can hold him, beat the hell out of him until you get tired, and then shoot the SOB. All legally, all within international law.

I still can't believe that Israel bothers to take these yo-yo non-uniformed combatants prisoner.

I know when I ran into non-uniformed combatants, their remaining life span depended on how my mood was at the moment.

Usually short on mercy.

No prisoners.

No prisons.



posted on Dec, 25 2008 @ 11:19 PM
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Originally posted by eldard

Originally posted by mrmonsoon
reply to post by Harlequin
 

Also, if the terrorists would not attack a nation, they would not get the "RESPONCES" to their attacks.


Also, if the squatter nation would not attack the Palestinian nation, they would not get the "RESPONCES" to their attacks.


Squatter nation? On November 29, 1947, the U.N. General Assembly by a two-thirds vote (33 to 13 with Britain and nine others abstaining) passed Resolution 181 partitioning Palestine into two states, one Jewish and one Arab. The Jewish community of Palestine jubilantly accepted partition despite the small size and strategic vulnerability of the proposed state. Not only were Judea, Samaria and the Gaza Strip not included, but also Jerusalem, most of the Galilee in the North and parts of the Negev desert in the South were excluded. The Arab national movement in Palestine, as well as all the Arab states, angrily rejected partition. They demanded the entire country for themselves and threatened to resist partition by force. Had they accepted the U.N. proposal in 1947, the independent Palestinian Arab state, covering an area much larger than the West Bank and Gaza, would have been created along with Israel. Instead, they launched a war to destroy the nascent Jewish state.

Small-unit warfare was conducted around the British all winter and spring, with the Jewish forces improving their holdings at the cost of several thousand Jews killed or wounded. As the first streams of Arab refugees were fleeing from towns overrun by Jewish units, a coalition of Arab nations was planning to invade Palestine immediately after the British evacuation on May 14, 1948. The invasion came immediately after the State of Israel was declared on May 15, 1948, precipitating Israel's War of Independence.

Here is a link to the timeline of events from 1947 to the end of the six day war in 1967. Read for yourself:

www.sixdaywar.org...



After your education check these videos from Pallywood:

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posted on Dec, 26 2008 @ 02:01 AM
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So, other countries with no relevance to the Middle East gets to decide what countries to create?
That's like a chunk of the US is given to Mexicans by the EU.


It's a squatter nation through and through. A nuisance one at that.


And for your education, you might want to read up on the Rotschild's (the owners of the planet
)-backed declaraton.

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[edit on 12/26/2008 by eldard]



posted on Dec, 26 2008 @ 04:06 PM
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eldard, the landlords divided up the property. It wasn't decided by squatters. It wasn't arbitrarily decided. It was divided based as well as they could on population percentages.

Keep in mind, this was not a country before. Just a territory.

So your analogy about giving the territory of one independent country to another is a misinformed analogy.

The entire map of the Middle East was determined this way. Pakistan was determined this way.

So according to you, all other countries as divided should go their way, but somehow, only this one nation should be ripped apart?

Oh yeah. That's certainly fair.



posted on Dec, 26 2008 @ 08:21 PM
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It's a country for the original people who lived there, which were the Palestinians. It's only a territory for the occupiers. The squatters started coming around 1895 and were given their own country due to the whims of rich Zionists.

It's a squatter nation through and through. And a nuisance one at that.

And your taxes keep going to them.



posted on Dec, 30 2008 @ 05:21 PM
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"original people who lived there" Are you daft? The "original" people who lived there are dead, long dead. They were all Semites by the way. That is to say; Arabs+Jews. A direct genetic link can be drawn from the current occupants to the historic ones. Try learning history, there are lessons there to learn the extraction of one's foot from one's mouth.



posted on Dec, 31 2008 @ 02:46 AM
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And your entire point being?


Israel is a squatter nation through and through. And a nuisance one at that.



posted on Dec, 31 2008 @ 10:36 AM
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Choosing obstinacy, clearly stating ignorance, embracing moral turpitude, makes not a responsible citizen of this forum. On the contrary, it makes you a pariah. Endlessly repeating a fallacy adds nothing to the discussion.

It has been shown repeatedly in this thread that both "Palestinians" and Jews(both Semites) have occupied the area in question since before even being defined as such.

Emperor Eldard, your clothes are conspicuously absent, you remain naked for the world to see that you have indeed no argument. Continue at your own peril. You might find that once you have managed to insert your swollen cranium so far up your anus that further insertion may make extraction impossible.



posted on Dec, 31 2008 @ 10:34 PM
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Originally posted by scottsquared
It has been shown repeatedly in this thread that both "Palestinians" and Jews(both Semites) have occupied the area in question since before even being defined as such.


You're so funny. The usurpers, because of their utterly inferior nature against the Romans, the Persians and whatnot, left the area long ago. They started migrating to the area in small numbers in the 1890s due to the whims of rich Zionists and subsequently given their own land without regard to the original inhabitants.

Please look into the mirror first before you accuse me of being uninformed. And read the previous posts.


PS. Israel is a squatter nation.


[edit on 12/31/2008 by eldard]

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posted on Jan, 2 2009 @ 11:00 AM
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Originally posted by eldard

Originally posted by scottsquared
It has been shown repeatedly in this thread that both "Palestinians" and Jews(both Semites) have occupied the area in question since before even being defined as such.


You're so funny. The usurpers, because of their utterly inferior nature against the Romans, the Persians and whatnot, left the area long ago. They started migrating to the area in small numbers in the 1890s due to the whims of rich Zionists and subsequently given their own land without regard to the original inhabitants.

Please look into the mirror first before you accuse me of being uninformed. And read the previous posts.


PS. Israel is a squatter nation.


Please define: "...utterly inferior nature..."

What is your motivation?

Do you have a concept of compassion? If so, is it selectively displayed?

Do you subscribe to any particular code of ethics? Consistently?

What makes You a better human being, a better citizen of Planet Earth then: Me, then an IDF soldier, then a Hamas suicide bomber?

Have you been denied credit?

Is the NWO out to get You? Why You?

Is there existence outside of your conceptualization?

Did Mommy and Daddy ever hug baby eldard?


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[edit on 12/31/2008 by eldard]



posted on Jan, 2 2009 @ 11:35 AM
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Muslims don't do Santa so I don't get the point other than someone is not very literate into the rites and festivals of Muslims...

Palestinian Christians may do Santa, but they shouldn't, but they are also targeted by Palestinian Muslims like the Jews are...

If palestinians did ask Santa for something I can only imagine that it would be what they have tried to get since 1947, ISRAEL wiped off the map, but I am afraid Santa aint as powerful as GOD and GOD said he will watch over Israel and protect it, and it appears that he has been doing that since 1947 for this Israeli State...





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