Posts Tagged ‘Give ‘Em A State’
A young Jewish boy was wounded in a hail of sharp-edged rocks hurled by PA Arabs in the Jerusalem neighborhood of Maale Zeitim, on the Mount of Olives. The boy received medical care at the scene, while Israel Police began searching the area for the attackers.
Palestinian Authority Chairman Mahmoud Abbas returned to a hero’s welcome in Ramallah earlier in the day Sunday after demanding the United Nations Security Council recognize the PA as a sovereign nation and grant the entity “full membership” in the international body. He announced to the thousands of cheering Arabs that he was launching the “Palestinian Spring” — claiming it would be one of “non-violent means” — a short-lived claim, it seems – to cement the PA’s claims to all of Judea, Samaria and parts of Jerusalem restored to Israel’s capital in the 1967 Six Day War. Read the rest of this entry »
Americans, Europeans – still happy about those billions of taxpayer £$€ your leaders shower into ‘Palestine’? Take a look at what the recipients think of you (and their neighbours, of course)
Hat tip to the excellent Challah Hu Akbar:
Un. Believe. Able.
But they really, really want peace. So go on… give ‘em a State:
Gaza terrorists have a new tool helping them to fire on innocent civilians living in southern Israel – the popular satellite mapping program Google Earth. A group of terrorists from the Al-Aksa Martyrs’ Brigades recently described their use of the program to a reporter for Slate Magazine.
“The technology is always improving,” a terrorist calling himself Abu Saif told journalist Sharon Weinberger. “Our struggle started with the Kalashnikov, and then it moved to the suicide bomb, then the locally made rocket, and now the Grad rocket.”
Gaza terrorists in rocket launching crews use Google Earth to aim their weapons, Abu Said said. The program is seen as superior to maps because it is more up-to-date and gives precise locations for potential targets. Read the rest of this entry »
*Well, they’ll just be handing it over, in reality. You’ll be paying for it:
The Palestinian Authority passed a law last month granting all PA residents and Israeli Arabs imprisoned by Israel for terror crimes a monthly salary, Palestinian Media Watch reports.
According to PMW, the PA has defined by law which residents and Israeli Arabs would be deemed “prisoners” as:
“Anyone imprisoned in the occupation’s [Israel's] prisons as a result of his participation in the struggle against the occupation.”
In other words, all PA residents in Israeli prisons for terror crimes are officially added to the PA payroll. According to the definition in the PA law, PA car thieves in Israeli prisons will not receive a salary, but Hamas and Fatah terrorist murderers will. Read the rest of this entry »
Gaza Koranimals strike again, as a 16 year-old boy injured when Muslim terrorists fired an anti-tank missile at a school bus in the Negev near the Gaza border, dies of his devastating injuries:
Daniel Viflic, 16, was critically injured when the school bus he was riding on was directly hit by an anti-tank missile fired from Gaza Strip.
The 16-year-old boy who was injured in the anti-tank missile attack on a school bus in the Negev by Hamas terrorists 10 days ago, died on Sunday after a steady decline to critical condition.
Viflic suffered severe head trauma and was artificially respirated at the scene after the bus sustained a direct hit by a missile. He was rushed to Soroka University Medical Center Hospital in Beersheba, where his family has been holding vigil for the past ten days. On April 12, the severity of his condition was upgraded to extremely critical and doctors expressed concern that he had suffered irreparable brain damage.
The anti-tank missile hit the bus moments after most of the children got off, while it was traveling near Kibbutz Sa’ad, about 2.5 km. from the Gaza Strip. Just two people were on onboard when it was hit – the driver, who was lightly injured, and the boy, who was en route to visit his grandmother.
The South has been barraged by more than 120 rockets and mortars in recent weeks. Last week, an informal UN-brokered cease-fire went into effect, but the quiet remained shaky. Two Grad rockets exploded separately in the cities of Ashdod and Ashkelon over the weekend, which was followed by IDF strikes on Hamas facilities in the Strip.
“We succeeded in postponing a large-scale conflict with Hamas but that conflict is likely inevitable,” one senior IDF officer said on last week.
There is no further comment necessary, except perhaps to ask you to reflect on the fact that that some people (including a large proportion of the world’s political élites) think these people deserve a state.
Our sympathy to this innocent child’s poor parents.
[Source: Jerusalem Post]