Our ‘peace partners, the good terrorists” from Fatah:
“Shalit a Monster Who Carried On the Legacy of His Ancestors, the Apes and Pigs…”
- There Will Be More Abductions
Following the signing of the deal in which Israeli soldier Gilad Shalit was to be exchanged for 1,027 Palestinian prisoners, many articles on Hamas-affiliated websites called the deal a victory and stated that it proved the effectiveness of the strategy of resistance. They urged to kidnap more Israeli soldiers in order to liberate the remaining Palestinian prisoners.
They broke him.Â Elder of Zyon hasÂ the whole thing here.Â
An article published on a Fatah-affiliated website, by journalist Sami Foda, stated: “[Gilad Shalit is] a young man who spent his time in bars and brothels, playing games and pampering himself. He enjoyed the pleasures of a land not his own. He went around robbing, stealing, torching, raping, trampling, and desecrating the soil of this land that is not his own. He viciously strove to shed the blood of the martyrs, killed innocent people, shelled the homes of innocent people with tanks, destroying them without shame, mercy, or pangs of conscience, a stupid murderer who did not mind killing our elderly, our men, our youth, and our women, and even our poor children, [so] pure and innocent.
The scum of the earth “will return to liberate the al Aqsa mosque sooner or later..”
Al BeBeeCeera Reporters are Geniuses!
|Gilad Shalit: a bargaining chip|
“This soldier was a waif born in a shelter as a result of the deterioration and disintegration of Israeli society. A Zionist soldier, he became seeped with Zionism to the bone… [He is] a gullible [boy], the genetic grandson of the Zionist leaders by virtue of his affiliation with, and loyalty to, his Nazi leaders. This monster joined the army of Zionist gangs, to carry on the legacy of his fathers, the apes and pigs of the Haganah, Irgun, Stern, and Palmach organizations, in order to carry out the orders of his fascist masters. That was the Zionist soldier Gilad Shalit, 19 years-old when he was captured by the Palestinian resistance.
Subject: Canada Gets Tough on Anti-Semitism
The government of Canada took an historic step Â yesterday by signing the Ottawa Protocol to Combat Â Anti-Semitism. By doing so, it recognized anti-Semitism as a Â pernicious evil and a global threat against the Jewish Â people, the State of Israel and free, democratic countries Â everywhere. As Prime Minister Stephen Harper has noted, Â “Those who would hate and destroy the Jewish people would
ultimately hate and destroy the rest of us as well.” The protocol is a declaration that hatred of Â this nature will not be tolerated in this country. It sets Â out an action plan for supporting initiatives that combat Â anti-Semitism and provides a framework for other nations to Â follow. It also sets out a vibrant definition of Â anti-Semitism which, for the first time in history, links Â anti-Semitism to the denial of the right Jewish people have Â to their ancestral home land — the State of Israel. This, Â in fact, is what sets post-World War Two anti-Semitism apart Â from its historic roots. Today’s anti-Semitism is all about denial: denial of the legitimacy of Zionism as a Jewish Â movement to reclaim the land of Israel; denial of a Jewish Â history in connection to the holy land and, in particular, the centrality of Jerusalem to the Jewish people; denial of Â the Holocaust (while at the same time accusing Jews of Â Nazism); and denial of Jews to live free of anti-Semitism, Â hate and intolerance. In announcing the Protocols, Â Foreign Minister John Baird has expressed his government’s Â unequivocal support for the State of Israel. In referring to Â this week’s turmoil at the United Nations and the Palestinian threat to unilaterally declare a state, Baird Â said, “Canada will not stand behind Israel at the United
Nations, we will stand right beside it. It is never a bad thing to do the right thing.”
According to Baird, more and more countries are refusing to participate in the UN conference dubbed “Durban III” — otherwise known as an anti-Semitic hate fest which began as a human rights forum in South Africa in 2001; the forum ultimately degenerated Â into an anti-Semitic slinging match in which repressive Arab and African countries blamed all the problems facing their own countries and the world on Israel. The governments of
France, New Zealand and Poland (today) joined Canada and 10Â other western nations this week by declaring they will notÂ take part.
Unquestionably, the Government of Canada’s stance on Israel is based on the principle of standing by Â your friends — especially when they are democracies and advocates for human rights. Most Jewish leaders would agree Â that Israel is indeed Canada’s greatest ally in the fight Â against hate and intolerance. But the fight against hatred and anti-Semitism must be won here in Canada as well. Â The Ottawa Protocol is mostly the result of a report published this summer by a Canadian Parliamentary Coalition to Combat Anti-Semitism which was comprised of leading Â Canadian politicians who volunteered their time to probe the increasing and alarming tide of anti-Semitism in Canada. In a letter accompanying the report, Chairs of the Inquiry Panel and the Steering Committee Mario Silva and Scott Reid wrote, “The Inquiry Panel’s conclusion, Â unfortunately, is that the scourge of anti-Semitism is a Â growing threat in Canada, especially on the campuses of our Â universities.” The report cites numerous examples of Â anti-Semitism on various campuses including the infamous Â incident in 2009 when Jewish students at York University were chased and barricaded themselves in the Hillel lounge while a mob outside taunted them with anti-Semitic slurs. The list of examples is quite long and disturbing. Universities should take note of the report and the signing of the Ottawa Protocols. They should Â put an immediate end to hateful and fallacious events like Israeli Apartheid Week; they should state unequivocally that freedom of speech should not be abused to provide a cover for anti-Semitism; they should ensure that Jewish students feel welcome on campus and that their learning environment Â should be freed from anti-Israel occurrences and finally, Â universities must become accountable for allowing their Â private property to be venues for hateful conduct among Â students. Â The Ottawa Protocol to Combat Anti-Semitism Â is a template for every Canadian to consider. But it is Â especially a document of significance for universities that Â have allowed themselves to become vehicles of hatred and complicit in its promotion. As my friend, Professor Irwin Cotler said last night at the Ottawa signing ceremony, anti-Semitism is not only the longest known form of hatred Â in the history of humanity — it is the only form of hatred Â that is truly global. Every person of conscience should take note of the Ottawa Protocols and never forget
the lessons of the Holocaust when the world was silent.