HUMAN RIGHTS PROTESTS AROUND THE WORLD FOR PALESTINAINS (PHOTOS)

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In Turkey

In Lebanon

In Lebanon

Egypt today

Egypt today

Tel Aviv

Tel Aviv

London

London

In France

In France

Rabbias against Israel in NY

Rabbias against Israel in NY

In New York

In New York

In Sydney

In Sydney

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~ by no2wars on 30/12/2008.

7 Responses to “HUMAN RIGHTS PROTESTS AROUND THE WORLD FOR PALESTINAINS (PHOTOS)”

  1. The sight of thousands gathered in cities around the world in unity with an Islamic terrorist organization with worldwide ambitions is way more frightening than any picture of a destroyed building in Gaza.
    Where were the calls for Hamas to stop rockets falling into Israel since who knows when?
    Hypocritical anti-semites all, and I’m not Jewish.

  2. With a name like foundersfreedom I thought you would understand the plight of the Palestinians or the struggle of an oppressed people. Im interested to know why you believe Hamas came into being or even the PLO for that matter. Many seem to believe its because they are all blood thirsty Middle Easterns who hate the Jews or envy Israelis for creating a country for themselves out of rubble. To simplistic an explaination for me and is one which is promoted by those who want us to forget history and all those human rights abuses by Israel.

  3. Facts (however condensed) that you’re not getting in the news.
    The Jews lived in this land and created something of value out of a barren desert land. This took place centuries before the current “Palestinians” lived here.
    After WW1 the British Empire had the right to give the land to the Jews as a homelend and did so (kind of, with a lot of amending and slicing off pieces for Syria, etc) This tiny country has been officially recognized by most reasonable governments since 1948 and has held its own against multiple onslaughts, especially in 1967 when several surrounding countries hit them at the same time. Israel then decided they needed to have more of a buffer area than they had to be able to defend herself. If you look at a map, you’ll see where the West Bank and Gaza are “physical intrusions” into Israel proper and were strategic areas for these terrorists (if you prefer, I’ll call them more accurately ‘Islamists’) to lob rockets (much like they continue to do today) into Israel. Israel “occupied” the area to stop the bombs from falling on their heads. Israel has offered self-rule and the Palestinians continue to “elect” groups that have the annihilation of Israel in their actual charter. The Palestinian people are at the mercy of their own elected rulers. Beyond all this, it is a religious war and clash of civilizations. See Iran (the money and driving force behind all this) and the quest for a world-wide caliphate (Islamic rule). http://foundersfreedom.wordpress.com

  4. Where are you getting your historical knowledge from? Neo-zionism for Dummies?
    You wrote that after WWI the Brits had the right to “give the land to the Jews as a homeland” What right did the Brits have to do this may ask? It is clear from your above comments that you do not see the Palestinians or the Arabs as equals. They are beneath the glorious Western Europeans.

    This is the problem in the discussion regarding the Middle East or ethnic minorities in the West. There are arrogant racist fundamental fools like yorself who believe they are talking about human rights, freedom of speech and democracy when you infact are promoting racism and Islamophobia.

    I have checked out your blog which is not about freedom but about essentialising a people based on their ethnic and religious origins. You know nothing about the contribution the Arab world has made to science, mathematics, sociology, hygiene, philosophy and art. Let me tell you that the Arab world had its golden period between 700-1600 (approximately) – yes this was during the time the Europeans were slaughtering each other and their neighbors, not to mention burning woman as witches and other unmentionable things.

  5. Sorry this response is so long coming.
    The 1st World War gave Britain the right, like it or not – the spoils of war, to give Israel a homeland. Yes, I believe the Western World is superior to anything in the ME or S Asia, and beyond. Why do so many from that area want to come here? I venture two guesses:
    1. Because we have a clean and prosperous and thriving country where you can fulfill your dreams in relative safety., or
    2. To destroy (or at least change) America as they see we should be. Europe, with its irrational irreverence for the culture that made them free and prosperous is well under way to be Islamized in the next couple decades.

    Seeing the state of Afghanistan, Pakistan and Indonesia and on and on, that’s not something to be proud of as a model of modernity and tranquility.
    Not studying the Golden Age of Islam but having only read some commentary on it,I’ll cede that there WAS a Golden Age. Where is the fruit of that now? What have they done in the last 400 years?
    I don’t mean that rhetorically. I want to know so as to be informed.

  6. One question, where did you learn that arab countries attacked Israel in 1967? Israel attacked Syria, Jordan and Egypt and destroyed their whole airforce in one day. That was possible because the israelis attacked 3 countries who were not even preparing for war. Now Israel calls it a pre emptive strike, which you would believe, but either way it was Israel that attacked.

  7. http://socialistworker.org/2007-1/635/635_09_SixDayWar.shtml

    In a 1997 New York Times interview, Moshe Dayan, defense minister during the 1967 war, explained that Israeli settlers’ “greed for the land” led them to provoke the Syrian army to shoot at them, opening the way for the Israeli invasion and seizure of the Golan Heights.

    Likewise, the main casus belli for the war–Egypt’s closing of the Straits of Tiran and its military buildup in the Sinai–amounted more to bluff than threat. In a 1982 speech to the Israeli National Defense College, then-Prime Minister Menachem Begin said: “The Egyptian army concentrations in the Sinai approaches do not prove that [Egyptian President] Nasser was about to attack us. We must be honest with ourselves. We decided to attack him.”

    One thing that was clear at the time was the absolute illegality of Israel’s occupation and creeping annexation of the West Bank and Gaza, where more than 1 million Palestinians lived.

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