What’s the Matter with Boycotting Israel?

Nichole Hungerford is associate editor at FrontPage Magazine.


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“How ironic — no, scratch that; how incredibly shortsighted — that just as Egypt starts to open up, an American Jewish community would start to clamp down.” This, Rob Eshman penned February 16th in a piece for the Jewish Journal in which he argued against the removal of Jewish communal funds from organizations engaged in BDS (boycott, divestment, sanction) strategies against Israel. To do so, as Eshman intimates, would be to close the Jewish community; to stifle the freedom of thought and expression from within its ranks. Although it is a well-meaning call for openness, it is, nonetheless, a deeply misguided assessment of the danger posed by the BDS movement. To understand the true nature of the movement, is to understand why it cannot be countenanced by the Jewish community in any form — at least not a Jewish community interested in the preservation of Israel.

To be sure, many people view BDS in the same way that Mr. Eshman does — as an innocent expression of free speech by people concerned with the well-being of Palestinians. Many of these individuals are genuine supporters of Israel, and believe that, while BDS is extreme, it is also a “complex” issue, and is morally ambiguous for this reason. Rest assured, this ambiguity is very intentional.

The true nature of the BDS movement is really not complicated in the least. At its heart, it is a manifestation of the propaganda war against the Jewish State — the “soft war,” if you will. The soft war is itself supplemental to the armed conflict against Israel, and both work in tandem to effect the same terrible end. Furthermore, the entire program of the Israeli BDS movement is in fact predicated entirely upon vicious anti-Semitic mythology created by terrorists and terrorist sympathizers. Its purpose is to a) agitate against Jews and justify violence against them, and b) strip Israel of support in the international community, thereby making it easier to dismantle. These are the only purposes the BDS movement serves, whether it is being championed by singer Macy Gray or Khalid Sheikh Mohammed.

How do we know this? NGO Monitor traces the “Israeli apartheid” canard, one of the central falsehoods of the BDS movement, to the PLO’s Negotiations Affairs Department, which also asserts that the Oslo peace accords instituted the apartheid system. Never mind that both Yasser Arafat and Mahmoud Abbas of the PLO evidently endorsed this dreadful apartheid document, since both agreed to the accords. In essence, the PLO’s apartheid claim is a manifestation of the UN’s “Zionism is racism” resolution passed in 1975. The resolution was advanced primarily by the PLO and the Soviet Union, which, at the time, was cracking down on Jewish “refuseniks” and trying to find a way to eschew a proposed UN condemnation of anti-Semitism. The PLO, for its part, was completing a barbaric series of terrorist attacks against Israeli civilians, some of them school children, in the years just before the resolution was passed. The resolution was also supported by such individuals as genocidal Ugandan dictator Idi Amin, who viewed it as path to expelling Israel from the UN and achieving “the extinction of Israel as a state[.]” Through the lens of this resolution, “Zionism” was equated with colonialism and imperialism, and is still used in much this same sense by BDS activists and terrorists alike today.

Beyond the mere historical background, we know that BDS is essentially a handmaiden of the violent war against Israel because this is what many of the practitioners and prime movers of the BDS movement themselves say. The International Solidarity Movement (ISM), for example, is very active in the BDS movement. It works tirelessly in the U.S., Israel, and other Western countries promoting the lie that Israel is an apartheid state and abuses the human rights of Palestinians as a matter of public policy. The group goes to great lengths to portrays itself as a nonviolent human rights organization dedicated to achieving peace between Israelis and Palestinians. However, the ISM is unequivocal in its support for Palestinian violence against Jews, which it believes is a legitimate form of “resistance” against Israel.

According to a study conducted by the Meir Amit Intelligence and Terrorism Information Center, the ISM “not only rejects the policies of every Israeli government (‘the Israeli apartheid in Palestine’), but also the existence of Israel as a national homeland for the Jews. Publications and statements of ISM activists stress the implementation of the Palestinian refugees’ ‘right of return’ to Israel, reject the Oslo Accords, and make no mention of a two-state solution” (emphasis original).

The perniciousness of the ISM is notorious, and much is detailed in the Meir Amit report: ISM activists have been documented sheltering Palestinian terrorists, impeding Israeli counterterrorism measures, training other activists to break Israeli laws and deceive law enforcement, and, in at least one 2006 incident, ISM activists were photographed with weapons. During the the second intifada (Palestinian uprising), the ISM even found justification for the onslaught of fanatical Palestinian suicide bombings perpetrated against Israeli civilians.

The conjunction of soft warfare and terrorism in the case of the ISM is not difficult to understand: the ISM supports terrorism because it is no less than what an “apartheid state” deserves. This is why the group works so diligently to popularize this mythology worldwide. It is this group of terrorist sympathizers and abettors that is at the avant-guard of the propaganda campaign against Israel, from which supposedly peace-minded BDS supporters take their cues.

Just as the propaganda war has been so effective at demonizing and delegitimizing Israel, it has, correspondingly, been very good to Hamas, whose image has elevated remarkably in the eyes of many influential individuals. In 2008, Israeli apartheid-promoter and former president Jimmy Carter met and physically embraced Hamas officials in a peace pilgrimage to Egypt. In a 2006 interview, revered  radical academic Noam Chomsky, who has met at least twice with the terrorist organization Hezbollah, said that the policies of Hamas, while “unacceptable,” are “more conducive to a peaceful settlement [to the Palestinian-Israel conflict] than those of the United States or Israel.”

This trend of Hamas-sympathy is also abundantly apparent at most anti-Israel rallies. It is not uncommon for BDS protesters to promote the solidarity tropes, “We Are All Hamas” and “We Are All Hezbollah,” which are designed to appeal to the mainstream of the nonviolent anti-Israel movement. Nonviolent Western protesters commonly wear terrorist accoutrement — Hamas scarves (the Keffiyeh, technically, a headdress) and headbands — at their rallies to show support.

Hamas has also notably gained support among some members of Muslim Students Association (MSA) and Muslim Student Union (MSU) chapters in colleges and universities. When confronted, these students often refuse to condemn Hamas publicly, claiming that the issue is “complicated.” Conservative author and activist David Horowitz has encountered these students many times in his talks on the university circuit. In the spring of 2010, one such student revealed obliquely to the audience that she supported Hamas, and also that she agreed with a Hezbollah leader’s statement wishing all the Jews would gather in Israel so he didn’t have to hunt them down globally. The Muslim Student Association is the same group which hosts the radically anti-Israel propaganda campaign known as “Israel Apartheid Week,” which is designed to encourage BDS against Israel, and justify Palestinian terrorism.

For those readers who, at this juncture, may be wondering if there is in fact a “gray area” when it comes to Hamas, the answer is emphatically “no.” There is absolutely no defense for Hamas, for supporting it, or for adorning oneself in its signature attire to express “solidarity.” Hamas is an expressly genocidal, religiously fanatical organization with no redeeming qualities whatsoever.  Its founding charter draws heavily on the Protocols of the Elders of Zion, which is an anti-Semitic conspiracy theory that blames Jews for most of the world’s wars and for the economic enslavement of humanity. Let us point out just a few of the lines of Hamas’s founding charter to make this crystal clear (via the Jerusalem Fund, a pro-Palestinian organization):

Israel will rise and will remain erect until Islam eliminates it as it had eliminated its predecessors

[...]

For our struggle against the Jews is extremely wide-ranging and grave, so much so that it will need all the loyal efforts we can wield, to be followed by further steps and reinforced by successive battalions from the multifarious Arab and Islamic world, until the enemies are defeated and Allah’s victory prevails

[...]

The Islamic Resistance Movement [Hamas] is a distinct Palestinian Movement which owes its loyalty to Allah, derives from Islam its way of life and strives to raise the banner of Allah over every inch of Palestine [present-day Israel].

[...]

[T]he Hamas has been looking forward to implement Allah’s promise whatever time it might take. The prophet, prayer and peace be upon him, said: The time will not come until Muslims will fight the Jews (and kill them); until the Jews hide behind rocks and trees, which will cry: O Muslim! there is a Jew hiding behind me, come on and kill him! This will not apply to the Gharqad, which is a Jewish tree (cited by Bukhari and Muslim).

[...]

[T]he so-called peaceful solutions, and the international conferences to resolve the Palestinian problem, are all contrary to the beliefs of the Islamic Resistance Movement.

It is crucial to note that Hamas has also been at the forefront of popularizing the notion that the Israeli government is a Nazi regime, a comparison which is as ubiquitous in terrorist group’s charter as it is at pro-Palestinian “peace protests” in Western countries.

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  • Robert Benson

    Thank you for the subjective report on Pro-Palestinian free speech. Palestine was a peaceful Holy Land and, even, the inhabitant Jews were not happy when the Zionists of Europe imposed their occupation. “Civil” War has prevailed ever since and most probably will, until the land is returned to the People of Palestine. One State, One People, Many Faiths; Palestine, the Holy Land.

  • mordechayariely

    Part 2
    What s the status in Muslim countries?
    *Iran- more than 200 gays have been executed
    *Iran- Teachers were hanged up because teaching Bahai religion.
    *Iran Women low- Virgin women to be executed is raped by a guard ahead execution.
    *All over the Muslim countries: Christians are being persecuted and are under run.
    *Building or repairing of non Muslim shrines is either forbidden or severely restricted
    *Limited woman rights
    * Acceptable honor killing of doters and wife's
    *People conversing from Islam to other religions may get by low death sentence
    * Political parties are either forbidden or limited.
    *Iran- By low only Shia Muslim cab be president, army chief, judge.

    The so called human rights organization or democratic supporters don't blame, vote resolutions or demonstrate against Muslim countries.
    What is the definition of this behavior? Hypocrite!

  • mordechayariely

    Part 1
    The Arabs/Iran are building a false Myth.
    They will not be confused with real facts!
    Unfortunately some innocent people (or not?) from the west are joining the false chorus.

    By the Israeli law and practice all citizens are:
    Equal by low—–Full political rights—-– Equals in universal human rights ––religious freedom––Citizens express freely––Women equality––Social rights equality–- study on same universities—- sharing the same medical treatment in hospitals- serves as judges and lawyers- play in the same sport clubs–share equally all public infrastructures– and more…..

    This is apartheid!!- it should be changed!!!
    It is the call of some so called human rights organization or democratic supporters!

  • Underzog

    The Arabs should be kicked out along the guidelines set by Rabbi Meir Kahane, Z"tl.

    This is what happens when one tries to coddle an enemy population. One gets punished for being so "liberal."

  • kafir4life

    I can only assume that hamas, like cair, worship that made up moon doggie (allah) created by the pedophile mohamat, and crapper of the terror-guide, the noble koran.

    On boycotts, I find it helpful to avoid terror supporter owned business, or those that emply terror supporters. How do I know if a particular moon doggie worsipper is or isn't a terrorist supporter? Me as kafir, cannot. This takes the most superior members of the terror community, so to be safe, we just avoid them. I'll find the manager of the store, and explain that I don't feel safe in his establishment and won't be shopping there any longer. It's a shame. I know that not all moon doggie worshippers are terrorists, but without any reliable way to distinguish, it's all I can do. I wouldn't approach any dog I didn't know either. (sorry for the redundency)

  • BS77

    All you leftist hypocrits and liars, do this: Take a trip to Iran, Iraq, Pakistan, Somalia, Sudan, Egypt, Algeria…..whatever…..then take a trip to Israel and be very honest….which nation is one you would prefer for yourself, your children? Which has the diversity, pluralism, tolerance and Democratic Constitutional guarantees of a modern , developed nation state? Which has the better living environment, health care, employment, technology, international trade and education? Which nation is subjected to the harshest propaganda and is endlessly criticized day and night by the leftists? In Sudan, over 350,000 people have been slaughtered by the hideous "government" but there are no calls for sanctions, boycotts or prosecutions…w.hy is this? Visit Israel and send us your report about apartheid. Clueless jerks, Israel is the LEAST apartheid nation in the region…..1.6 million Arabs live within Israel and wouldn't want to live elsewhere…..since they are free to leave! CHristians and Jews cannot live safely in any of the surrounding nations….or did you skim over that fact?

  • Bert

    It seems that evil and insanity are on the increase. It is impossible to reason with the fanatical leftists and the Muslim jihadists. It is frustrating for normal people to decide how to deal with these people. Perhaps there is some kind of divine testing process going on to separate the good from the evil. Think of the Pharaoh in Exodus who was tested with each plague and who always reverted back to form. When the testing was concluded then came the punishment. I have to believe that we are all being tested in preparation for some kind of final judgement. That is what the bible says and suppose that promise is correct.?

  • Fred Dawes

    The question you should be asking is how long before the muslims take power here inside the USA, If you read the new german report the european states will become part of the muslm world and disappear as a western idea and all its renown and greatness will also disappear from this earth, when not if this happens Israel will be attacked and the USA WILL BE NEXT.

  • Meyer M. Treinkman

    "Any Muslim who has Syphilis must not be cured by Salvarsan discovered by a Jew, Dr. Ehrlich. He should not even try to find out whether he has Syphilis, because the Wasserman Test is the discovery of a Jew. If a Muslim suspects that he has Gonorrhea, he must not seek diagnosis, because he will be using the method of a Jew named Neissner. "A Muslim who has heart disease must not use Digitalis, a discovery by a Jew, Ludwig Traube. Should he suffer with a toothache, he must not use Cocaine, a discovery of the Jews, Widal and Weil.

  • muchiboy

    "Israeli BDS movement is in fact predicated entirely upon vicious anti-Semitic mythology created by terrorists and terrorist sympathizers. Its purpose is to a) agitate against Jews and justify violence against them, and b) strip Israel of support in the international community, thereby making it easier to dismantle. These are the only purposes the BDS movement serves"

    There may be those in the world community whose sole goal is the dismantling of the Zionist state.I for one would not cry a river,but I have to admit it would be a loss,to the region and the world,never mind the Jewish community.But the (disputable) fact is that the Zionists,and this includes most of the Diaspora,have or had already dismantled the Palestinian state,before it even had an opportunity to live and grow.The existence of Israel meant a butchered and still borne Palestine,with the Israeli's still carving up the carcass.
    As to comparisons with Apartheid,this idea is not the result of a single,sole,sinister source,but rather numbers of independent well constructed and legitimate analogies by honest ,thinking individuals who cannot be dismissed so readily. It is about time that the supporters of Israel give equal recognition to the needs of the Palestinian people.It is past time that the Israelis recognize that much of the core criticisms directed towards them is both legitimate and urgent.muchiboy

    • kpcanuck

      There never was a "Palestinian state." Palestine was a land occupied by the Turks for 400 years. Over 70 percent of that land now belongs to Jordan. There never were a "Palestinian people." One of the founding members of the PLO said as much back in the 1970s, but he counted upon much of the world being stupid enough to pay no attention: correctly, as it turned out.

      March 31, 1977, the Dutch newspaper Trouw published an interview with Palestine Liberation Organization executive committee member Zahir Muhsein. Here's what he said:

      "The Palestinian people does not exist. The creation of a Palestinian state is only a means for continuing our struggle against the state of Israel for our Arab unity. In reality today there is no difference between Jordanians, Palestinians, Syrians and Lebanese. Only for political and tactical reasons do we speak today about the existence of a Palestinian people, since Arab national interests demand that we posit the existence of a distinct 'Palestinian people' to oppose Zionism."

      But keep drinking the propaganda Koolaid, if it makes you feel better.

      • Zach

        What does it matter what you call them? There ARE people there who are being subjugated. There WERE Arabs living in the area before 1948 who had their homes destroyed and lives taken in the creation of the Jewish state. Yes, I'm aware there is an ancient Jewish claim to the land. Doesn't mean it's legitimate. Are we going to start returning land to all groups who were expelled by the Romans 200 years ago?

        • Zach

          make that 2000 years ago

        • MixMChess

          "What does it matter what you call them? There ARE people there who are being subjugated."

          The Palestinians are not being subjugated by Israel. Hamas governs Gaza and the Palestinian Authority governs over 98% of the W. Bank. If Palestinians in the "territories" are being subjugated, it is by Hamas and the PA. Arabs citizens of Israel are full citizens with equal rights and protection guaranteed under Israeli law.

          "There WERE Arabs living in the area before 1948 who had their homes destroyed and lives taken in the creation of the Jewish state."

          Wrong, less than 18% of modern Israel proper belonged to Arabs who willingly left the country before and after the Arab war of extermination against Israel.

          "Yes, I'm aware there is an ancient Jewish claim to the land. Doesn't mean it's legitimate."

          It is legitimate based on plenty of historical evidence and international legal precedent. Jews are indigenous to the land and maintained a continuous presence for over 3,000 years according to archeological and historical evidence. Jewish civilization in Israel was already over 1,000 years old when Rome destroyed the Holy Temple and conquered the Jewish nation in the first century.

          "Are we going to start returning land to all groups who were expelled by the Romans 200 years ago?"

          You are completely ignorant of basic history. Rome exiled only a PORTION of the Jewish population (2000 years ago). The remaining Jews, although temporarily banned from Jerusalem, flourished for centuries in other Jewish towns, such as Yavne, Rafah, Gaza, Ashkelon, Jaffa and Caesarea.

          The "Jewish population was decimated by the Crusaders in the 12th century AD, but it rebounded in the next centuries and grew as Jews returned in waves of immigration and settled in Safed, Jerusalem, Tiberius and Hebron."

          In fact, by the 1870s, Jews once again were the majority religious group in Jerusalem. Jews had a continuous presence in the land for thousands of years. And diaspora Jews had been returning to Israel in waves of migration over the past two millennia since the "Roman expulsion." The early Zionists were the modern form of this migration pattern.

      • Zach

        ‎"Why should the Arabs make peace? If I was an Arab leader I would never make terms with Israel. That is natural: we have taken their country … They only see one thing: we have come here and stolen their country. Why should they accept that? … So it is simple: we have to stay strong and maintain a powerful army." — David Ben-Gurion, First PM of Israel

        • MixMChess

          This is a fabricated quote based on hearsay from a convesation Nahum Goldmann had with Ben Gurion. This hoax quote was started and disseminated by Johann Hari an anti-Israel advocate at London’s Independent.

          Here are some real quotes from Ben Gurion:

          "In the midst of wanton aggression, we still call upon the Arab inhabitants of the State of Israel to return to the ways of peace and play their part in the development of the State, with full and equal citizenship and due representation in its bodies and institutions – provisional or permanent. "

          "We offer peace and neighborliness to all the neighboring states and their peoples, and invite them to cooperate with the independent Hebrew nation for the common good of all."

          ""They [our Arab Neighbors] in turn have much to give us, they are blessed with what we lack. Great territories, ample for themselves and their children's children, even if they are far more prolific than they are today. We do not covet their expanses nor will we penetrate them – for we shall fight to end Diaspora in Arab lands as fiercely as we fought to end it in Europe, we want to be assembled wholly in our own Land. But if this region is to expand to the full, there must be reciprocity, there can be mutual aid – economic, political and cultural – between Jew and Arab. That is the necessity which will prevail, and the daily fulminations of their leaders should not alarm us unduly – they do not echo the real interests of the Arab peoples."

    • MixMChess

      "But the (disputable) fact is that the Zionists,and this includes most of the Diaspora,have or had already dismantled the Palestinian state,before it even had an opportunity to live and grow."

      You are a liar Ron Grant. Israel never dismantled a Palestinian state. In 1947 the UN partition plan gave both the Jews and the Palestinian Arabs their own lands. The Arabs received most of the cultivatable land, whereas approximately 60 percent of the Jewish state was to be the arid desert in the Negev.

      Of course, the IT WAS THE ARABS who rejected PEACE and their OWN STATE. They chose a war of extermination against Israel rather than having their own state. You also ignore the fact that less than 18% of "modern" Israel proper belonged to Arabs who left the country during the Arab invasion in 1948.

      So how in your puny mind can you claim that Israel "dismantled" a Palestinian state?

      • MixMChess

        Moreover, I might add that Israel OFFERED THE PALESTINIANS A STATE in 1993, 2000, 2005 and as recently as 2008. Each time the Palestinians REFUSED STATEHOOD.

        Israel completely withdrew from Gaza in 2005 and the Palestinian Authority has autonomously governed over 98% of the W. Bank since 1993. The Palestinians have two de facto states thanks to Israeli efforts! Despite having their own state the Palestinians continue to attack and terrorize Israel.

        Why have do the Palestinians greedily want to destroy Israel and colonize Jewish land as their own? Why do Palestinians REFUSE Israeli efforts to create a Palestinian state?

    • MixMChess

      "As to comparisons with Apartheid,this idea is not the result of a single,sole,sinister source,but rather numbers of independent well constructed and legitimate analogies by honest ,thinking individuals who cannot be dismissed so readily."

      Wrong, the "Apartheid" argument was formulated by a collusion of overtly antisemitic and racist groups (neo-Nazis like David Irving and David Duke and members of the far left like Norman Finkelstein and Noam Chomsky) and funded by the Arab States and Arab League (Arab Lobby).

      Of course, the charge that Israel is an apartheid state can be made only out of complete ignorance about apartheid. Today, within Israel, Jews are a majority, but the Arab minority are full citizens who enjoy equal rights and are represented in all the branches of government (including the Knesset, Cabinet, high-level foreign ministry posts and on the Supreme Court). Under apartheid, black South Africans could not vote and were not citizens of the country in which they formed the overwhelming majority of the population. Laws dictated where they could live, work and travel. And, in South Africa, the government killed blacks who protested against its policies. By contrast, Israel allows freedom of movement, assembly and speech and ensures equal rights and equal protection to Arabs under the law. In fact, Israel has instituted special affirmative action programs for Arabs to combat against any "private" discrimination.

      Moreover, Israel never extended its laws to Gaza and the W. Bank, and thus Israeli law never governed these Palestinians who are not Israeli citizens. The Palestinians in the W. Bank achieved under Israeli administration. Hamas (unfortunately) controls the entire Gaza Strip, and the Palestinian Authority governs 98% of the W. Bank (not including the settlements). Recall, the Palestinian Authority has its own legislature, administrative, educational and legal system. There is nothing that remotely resembles apartheid law! Of course, if there is apartheid in Gaza and the W. Bank, then it was instituted by the Hamas and Palestinian leadership, NOT Israel.

      Game, set, match muchiboy.

    • MixMChess

      "It is about time that the supporters of Israel give equal recognition to the needs of the Palestinian people.It is past time that the Israelis recognize that much of the core criticisms directed towards them is both legitimate and urgent."

      Supporters of Israel already give plenty of recognition to the needs of the Palestinian people. Why else does Israel provide well over 15,000 tons of supplies to Gazans 6 days a week, 52 weeks a year (approximately 1 ton in aid annually)? Why else does Israel and the Jewish diaspora invest over half a billion dollars in the W. Bank to build up their infrastructure and economies? Why do pro-Israel advocates like Alan Dershowitz constantly call for the creation of a Palestinian state?

      Seriously, at least TRY to make an argument that actually holds water.

  • http://www.hotexchangerates.com/ exchangerates

    I don’t even know why anyone in Israel would want to see her stupid ass perform there anyway, she has ZERO talent. Maybe if Macy spent the night in a bunker having missiles thrown at her house all day and night she would understand what Israelis have to deal with everyday..she is such a pompous jerk

    • Zach

      Is that really what you believe? Israelis live in bunkers with missiles thrown at them all day and night? The Israeli's are massively on the perpetration side of the violence, having killed hundreds of civilians with white phosphorous only several years ago.

      • MixMChess

        Zach you are a liar. The residents of Sderot actually do have to live in bunkers, and face the wrath of Hamas missiles lobbed at their schools, daycares and playgrounds on a daily basis:
        http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2drE9mVhopE&fe

      • MixMChess

        "The Israeli's are massively on the perpetration side of the violence, having killed hundreds of civilians with white phosphorous only several years ago."

        You are a liar, Israel does instigate violence against the Palestinians, in fact, quite the opposite is true. Israel has ensured human rights and humanitarian help for Palestinians even as it stays on high alert because as it tries to counter the Palestinian terrorist war to destroy Israel. Israel is faced with approximately 40 terrorist warnings a day. Palestinians have targeted innocent civilians. Since the 2000, 36% of Palestinian casualties have been civilians. In contrast, 77% of Israeli casualties have been civilians.

        Additionally, Israel never used white phosphorous against any civilian populations. Of course, White phosphorus was being used as a weapon against civilians by HAMAS, which fired mortar shells from Gaza into Israel filled with white phosphorus.

        • MixMChess

          *does not

  • moshesharon

    One of the major weapons in this propaganda war against Israel is the “Remember these Children” website which compares the numbers of Arab children who have been killed in the conflicts to the number of Jewish children murdered by terrorists. The Arab list totals 1,437 since 2000 and the Jewish list totals 130. Not withstanding that such reporting is unsubstantiated, After visiting the site, I noticed that according to this report, most of the Israeli children were murdered in drive by shootings and human bombs exploding themselves in restaurants, buses and markets. In other words, the Arab terrorists targeted those children and murdered them in cold blood. For all of the Arab children, on the other hand, the site identifies the causes of death as gun shot wounds or explosions during the firefights with Arab Hamas fighters. What were their children doing in the middle of a war zone? That is clear and convincing evidence that the Hamas thugs where using the local children as human shields. Soldiers are trained to return fire when fired upon. The bushwhacking urban guerrillas who fire at enemy troops from a neighborhood full of children are the ones causing the deaths of those children. More at http:moshesharon.worpress.com

  • Dupuy

    Que produisent les palestiniens musulmans à part des propagandes de critiques ou de haine envers Israêl je ne vois rien de remarquable dans leurs découvertes, par contre ils sont bien contents qu'il y ait des hôpitaux en Israël pour les accueillir quand ils sont malades ! La reconnaissance ? je me demande si ils connaissent ces mots là, sauf quelques exceptions aux milieu des brebis galeuses. Quand on voit tout ce que les juifs ont inventé, les médicaments qu'ils ont trouvés, OUI cà c''est ce qu'on appelle des têtes et beaucoup de français sont justement en admiration devant l'intelligence des juifs et les plaignent de devoir vivre près de gens ingrats qui ne songent qu'à les détruire. Mais voilà il y en a qui en ont dans le chou et les autres….on se demande ce qu'ils y ont