reply to post by Humanity4Ever
Originally posted by Humanity4Ever
Here we go. Captain Bias is at it again with his selective posts that depict an extreme minority in attempt to brand a people as a whole.
You seriously want to go there?
How about the hundreds of thousands of Islamic extremists that cheered the death of Americans on 911?
How about the hundreds of thousands of Islamic extremists that form rallies annually on their statutory holidays and openly chant "Death to
The extremists are wrong regardless of their religious affiliation.
However, if you want compare the number of extremists on both sides of this conflict, it's not even close, and you know it.
You're so predictable, and your agenda is so blatantly obvious, that it's absolutely disgraceful and pathetic.
Keep it up though. You know damn well that there are likeminded anti-Israel members on ATS who will star and flag your BS, and I'm sure that makes you
feel all warm and fuzzy inside.
Good work champ.
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If you knew what you were talking about you would know that this is NOT an extreme minority.
This rhetoric is the norm in the upper echelons of influential people in Israel.
Interior Minister Eli Yishai said Operation Pillar of Defense would continue and likely be expanded, a reference to the possibility that a ground
offensive has already been given the go-ahead.
“Destroy and damage infrastructure, public buildings and government buildings. We must make sure that Hamas will be spending many years rebuilding
Gaza, and not attacking Israel,” he continued.
Journalist, Gild Sharon, the son of former Prime Minister Ariel Sharon, in an editorial in the Jerusalem Post on Sunday called for Gaza to be
flattened like the US flattened the Japanese city of Hiroshima in 1945 with an atomic bomb.
“We need to flatten all of Gaza. The American’s didn’t stop with Hiroshima – the Japanese weren’t surrendering fast enough – so they hit
Nagasaki too. There should be no electricity in Gaza, no gasoline or moving vehicles, nothing. Then they’d really call for a ceasefire,” ranted
Even religious leaders joined the fray, with a prominent Israeli rabbi, Yaakov Yosef, the son of former chief rabbi, Ovadia Yosef, in a sermon at the
Cave of the Patriarchs in Hebron blessed IDF soldiers while urging them “to learn from the Syrians how to slaughter the enemy.”
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