Islamization Watch presents:
Turkish Ambassador Namik Tan is looking for a ‘final solution’ on the Israel issue!
‘For a final solution, you cannot ignore Hamas. That’s what we are saying,’ said Ambassador Namik Tan. ‘This is not the first time that we are trying to bring this into the discussion. We have told this to the Israelis, to our American friends, to our international interlocutors, everyone. How could you imagine a final solution without Hamas?
Indeed. Sheik yer’mami supports a Final Solution. Â Exterminate Hamas!
He also called Israelis “enemies of humanity.” And he wonders which country is “the real danger” in the region. That’s easy: the one spouting genocidal rhetoric. Also, the one sponsoring Hizballah and Hamas, and pursuing a nuclear program whose level of secrecy and subterfuge alone easily belies any “peaceful” pretenses. “The beginning of the end for Israel’,” from Iran’sÂ PressTV, via Jihad Watch
As world berates Israel on flotilla, Turkey true aggressor
With so much coverage of this story, and most of it attacks on Israel, the media failed to report on the real story behind the “freedom flotilla” and that is Turkey, which used to be the most advanced, modern Islamic country. Turkey knows about the Israeli naval blockade of Gaza. They know that Israel and Hamas are in a state of war. They have willfully sent these ships to challenge Israel, knowing full well that some of the people on the ships will be in harm’s way.
Turkey is doing what every other Arab country has done for over 60 years: Attack Israel, incite its people against Israel to hide problems within the country itself. It worked miracles for every Arab country in their efforts to control the masses.
The media, reporters, columnists and commentators fail to see what is happening as they are so busy focusing on Israel alone. Â LFP has more
Has the World lost its mind?
Carl in J’lem:
Israelis watch with cynical astonishment as the U.N. Security Council urgently convenes to create a Commission of Inquiryâ€”yet another anti-Israel kangaroo courtâ€”even as the sanctions effort against Iran’s nuclear program falters. They contrast the banner headlines in the world’s media over the flotilla with the barely noted news item of recent days that Tehran now has enough uranium for two nuclear bombs. And as some self-described friends of Israel are publicly wondering whether the Jewish state needs to be “saved from itself,” Israelis reciprocate the outrage and ask: Has the world lost its mind?
Turkish economy hurt by Israeli boycott
Couldn’t happen to nicer people:
Did I mention to you that Israelis have stopped going to Turkey? Yes, nearly all Israelis have canceled their trips to Turkey this summer and apparently that’s a real disaster for the Turkish tourist industry.Â Here’s a report (in Hebrew) from Israel’s Channel 2. For a summary in English and more on this story goÂ here.
Ask yourself: ‘What would we do’?
On Tuesday, I posted a shortÂ pieceover at the American Enterprise Institute’s blog asking what we would do if a flotilla made its way toward Guantanamo to deliver aid and comfort to the victims of American aggression, illegal detention or some such. And if that flotilla ignored warnings to turn away and refused to allow U.S. security to board peacefully to examine the contents. And if, once boarded, those on the boats attacked our servicemen. It hasn’t happened — yet. But why not?
After all, the flotilla wasn’t really about the Palestinians. If it were, then why not float a shipment to theÂ refugee camps in Lebanon? And it’s not really about rights. If it were, then why not protest Hamas’Â treatment of girls in U.N. Relief and Works Agency camps? The spokeswoman for the flotillamade clear that the mission was more about Israel than it was about actually helping anyone; indeed, the flotillarefused to dock for inspection and transportation of goods to Gaza (maybe they were worried someone would thinkbulletproof vests and night-vision goggles were not educational). It’s not even about getting food and medicine to the Palestinians, something IsraelÂ facilitates already.