US to send $47M in humanitarian aid to Gaza Strip— no humanitarian aid for Jews, those pesky sons of apes and swine…
Wounded soldiers Â have given a clearer picture of what Hamas’s battlefield looks like. When our forces came to Sejeiyah, Hamas sent children into the street wearing suicide vest and with rifles and orders to shoot at our soldiers. One soldier told his parents that a terrorist carrying a baby in one hand and a rifle in the other hand charged and him and his comrades.
This is an act of aggression by the Obama administration against he Jewish state. The fact that there is no FAA flight ban on Pakistan, where civilian jetliners have been downed by the Taliban again just makes clear the double standard at work here. Â This was a presidential decision. It was a decision to harm the Israeli economy and make it difficult for Jews to come to Israel.
Indeed, the ban sends the signal that terrorism works, and that the Western powers do not have the will to fight against it, but instead are all too willing to acquiesce to it and change their behavior accordingly. “World suspension of Israel flights a ‘great victory’: Hamas,” AFP, July 23, 2014: Gaza City (Palestinian Territories) [Robert Spencer]Continue Reading Â»
“It’s something that gives us really extreme, extreme concern,” said Holder. “In some ways, it’s more frightening than anything I think I’ve seen as attorney general.”Continue Reading Â»
Rockets of no concern:
- UNRWA’s second rocket cache and their zeal to redirect anger at Israel
- Video of shooting, secondary explosions from Wafa Hospital
Yesterday was another day of insane, hate filled, anti-Israel vitriol at the UN Human Right Council, in aÂ special meeting convened purely for the purpose of slandering Israel.Â
Forgetting the one-sided, slanderous accusations of many of the members of the UNHRC, let’s look at what Navi Pillay, the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights – someone who has an obligation to be fair – had to say.
SCHOOL OF ROCKETSÂ (Tim Blair)
The United Nations Relief and Works AgencyÂ reports:
Today, in the course of the regular inspection of its premises, UNRWA discovered rockets hidden in a vacant school in the Gaza Strip. As soon as the rockets were discovered, UNRWA staff were withdrawn from the premises, and so we are unable to confirm the precise number of rockets.
It’s enough that rockets are stored in schools. This yet again confirms the IDF’sÂ view: