Peace Partner Watch: 50 Mortars Hit Israel, World Yawns

50 mortars fired from Gaza into Israel; 2 lightly injured

The Al-Qassam Brigades, Hamas’ armed wing, claimed responsibility for the renewed shelling.

‘Targeting the enemy’s posts was a response to the ongoing Zionist assaults, airstrikes and tank’s shelling on the Gaza Strip. The latest was two days ago, where two of our mujahidin were killed,’ said the group.  (Source)

Lieberman: ‘World supporting creation of terror state’

Hamas Pic Thanks to KGS/TT

Foreign minister instructs diplomats to file complaint in UN over morning barrage of mortars from Gaza; follows complaint over ‘Victoria.’

Foreign Minister Avigdor Lieberman instructed Israel‘s diplomats in New York to lodge a complaint in the United Nations against a heavy barrage of mortar fire from the GazaStrip Saturday morning.

Lieberman said that international support for the establishment of a Palestinian state is actually “support for the establishment of a terror state whose primary aim is the destruction of Israel.”

Over fifty mortar shells were fired from the Gaza Strip into Israeli territory on Saturday morning. Two Israelis were lightly injured from shrapnel. Hamas’ armed wing Izzadin Kassam Brigades, claimed responsibility for 10 of the mortars fired.

On Friday, Ambassador to the UN Meron Reuben on Friday filed an official complaint with the Security Council following the seizure of weapons from the cargo ship Victoria earlier this week. The complaint stated that the attempt to transfer weapons from Iran to Gaza by way of Syria constituted a violation of a number of Security Council resolutions.

The Israel Navy seized the cargo vessel early Tuesday morning in the Mediterranean Sea. It was carrying advanced weaponry, including anti-ship missiles that could alter the balance of power in the region. Israel believes the weaponry originated in Iran and was destined for Hamas and other terrorist groups in the Gaza Strip. The shipment contained a large number of mortar shells.    (J’Post)

Haaretz: Showing the Truth About the Murder of Family in West Bank Makes the Palestinians Look Bad, So Don’t (Jawa Report)

Yeah the only thing lower than showing the truth of what happened in Itamar settlement was the barbarous butchering of little children in the name of Allah… …Dumbass, yeah I’m talking to you Anshel.

No, I did not want to see it. I needed to see it. People need to know the truth you know. Not some sugar coated PC slant on what liberals imagine behind their rose colored glasses.

PA honors drivers of suicide terrorists who murdered 34 in 2 attacks

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  1. Dead Jews Is No News

    March 14, 2011 By Mark Steyn

    On Friday night, twelve-year old Tamar Fogel came home to find both her parents, Ruth and Udi Fogel, two brothers Yoav (11) and Elad (four), and her three-month old sister Hadas murdered in their beds. They had had their throats cut and been stabbed through the heart.

    That’s not shocking: There is no shortage of young Muslim men who would enjoy slitting the throat of a three-month old baby, and then head home dreaming of the town square or soccer tournament to be named in their honor.

    Back in Gaza, the citizenry celebrated the news by cheering and passing out sweets.

    That’s not shocking, either: In the broader Palestinian death cult, there are untold legions who, while disinclined to murder Jews themselves, are content to revel in the glorious victory of others.

    And out in the wider world there was a marked reluctance to cover the story.

    And, if not exactly shocking, that was a useful reminder of how things have changed even in a few years. On 9/11, footage of Palestinians dancing in the streets and handing out candy turned up on the world’s TV screens, and that rancid old queen Arafat immediately went into damage-control mode and hastily arranged for himself to be filmed giving blood. This time round there was no need for damage-control, because there was no damage: The western media simply averted their eyes from their Palestinian house pets’ unfortunate effusions. The Israeli Government released raw footage from the murders, but YouTube yanked the video within two hours. The hip new “social media” are developing almost as exquisitely refined a sense of discretion as the old Social Register.

    As Caroline Glick writes:

    A decade ago, the revelation that French ambassador to Britain Daniel Bernard referred to Israel as “that shi**y little country,” was shocking. Now it is standard fare.

    Today the delegitimization of Israel is all but universal: Indeed, these days Palestinian leaders pay more lip service to the “two-state solution” than Europeans. On Israel’s national day, prominent Britons of Jewish background write to The Guardian to deplore the existence of the Jewish state. And “Israeli Apartheid Week” is multiculti Toronto’s gift to the world.

    Demonstrating his uncanny ability to miss the point, the head of the Canadian Jewish Congress tweeted today:

    Anonymity breeds ugliness online.

    You would think even this sad, irrelevant fool might have noticed that the striking feature of today’s “ugliness” is how non-anonymous it is. Year on year, the world is more cheerfully upfront about its anti-Semitism. Maybe he could ask John Galliano, or Julian Assange.

    But sometimes, as when a baby has her throat slashed, what’s not said is just as telling. Recently I was talking to a Hungarian Jew who lived in hiding in Budapest during the Second World War: By 1944, the pro-German government was running short of ammo, so they were obliged to get a little creative. They’d handcuff Jews together in a long chain, stand them on a bridge, put a bullet in the ones at each end, and then push them into the Danube to let the dead weight drag down the ones in between. You have to have a strong stomach for such work, perhaps almost as strong as for killing three-month olds. But, as my friend told his tale, I thought not of the monsters on the bridge, nor even those on the banks cheering, but about the far larger numbers of people scurrying about their business and rationalizing what was going on. That’s what made the difference, then as now.

    UPDATE: Claire Berlinski, who is on the scene in Itamar, writes that Hadas was, in fact, decapitated:

    Anyone who in any way tries to rationalize or minimize this or to suggest that this is a fitting punishment for anything needs to go out and look at a three-month-old baby and ask himself what it would take to climb over a fence, climb in a window, and cut off that child’s head.

    The “humanity” of the Pal’s:

    AuntJune comments:
    03/16/11 01:12

    Televangelist wrote: “This was an inhuman crime, perpetrated by an inhuman person. But the community that was attacked is an illegal settlement that denies the humanity of the Palestinian people. What happened to this family was absolutely evil, but it doesn’t make the community they came from any less abominable.”

    No, let’s try that again…

    Spiritually depraved men viciously and brutally murdered a father, a mother, a little boy, a toddler, and an infant. In their own home, while they slept. Defenseless. Their little girl came home to find her family butchered to death.

    And in response, their “neighbors” passed out candy in the street to celebrate.

    Don’t talk to me about Palestinian “humanity.” It is their demonic delight in gruesome, barbaric savagery which condemns the Palestinian “community” as morally and culturally abominable.

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