Killer Bishop Hilarion Capucci on "Trip of Love"

Camera: Gun-running Bishop in Flotilla

Retired Archbishop Hilarion Capucci joined the Free Gaza Movement’s aid Flotilla to the Gaza Strip on the Mavi Marmara.   To Reuters he said:

“Our trip to Gaza was a trip of love and God was with us. Israel by its actions had rightly drawn world outrage over its brutality against unarmed people carrying a message of love to an innocent occupied people under siege.”

However, Reuters does not fail to mention in this article that this “peace-loving” Bischop was imprisoned by Israel in 1974 and later deported.

Camera has more and dug into his past, read it all>>

”They warned if I tried to return again they would lock me up for the eight years of the jail sentence which I did not serve,” he told the Herald.

”I would prefer to be in a small jail in Palestine than in the bigger prison of exile.”

Israel let him go, though.

Leftist Brainfarts:

PuffHo logic: “People who support Israel are anti-semites”

Sam Sedaei, a self-proclaimed “International Civil Resistance Trainer,” has written a nonsensical article for the Huffington Post that asserts that people who support Israel are anti-semites. Elder of Ziyon

Say what?

From the RoP:

The” myth of the siege of Gaza” has been exploded in a research report that quotes Arab sources that say “Gaza markets are saturated with goods.” TheWashington Post reported last week that Gaza “pharmacies look as well-supplied as a typical Rite Aid.”

Recent photos and statements by Arab sources deny any shortage of food or merchandise in Gaza.

Free Gaza from Hamas!

2 thoughts on “Killer Bishop Hilarion Capucci on "Trip of Love"”

  1. One of the things that I’ve been seeing on the internet of late, is that President Hugo Chavez of Venezuela has offered to deploy Venezuelan Marines onboard the ships of the Gaza flotillas, in an effort to counter any boardings by IDF Navy commandos.
    He’s also offered to deploy Venezuelan military forces in the border areas of Arab countries bordering Israel, presumably so that he can confront Israel directly and militarily.
    Deploying Venezuelan Marines onboard the Gaza flotilla ships would be an easy first step for him, and one that he could actually take without a lot of long range planning.
    Venezuela isn’t really even directly involved in the conflicts with Israel, though it does seem typical that he’d want to make his nation a part of this so that he can be a more visible player in world affairs, also considering who he’s allied himself with (Iran, Syria, Cuba, North Korea, Hamas, etc.)

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