The Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions (BDS) campaign against Israel is dangerously wrong because beneath the surface it’s an attempt to delegtimize Israel as a prelude to its elimination. No Jew and no humanitarian can stand by and see that happen.
“Today you (Israelis) are fighting divine soldiers, who love death for Allah like you love life, and who compete among themselves for Martyrdom like you flee from death.”
And Hamas Prime Minister Ismail Haniyeh said:
“We love death like our enemies love life! We love Martyrdom, the way in which (Hamas) leaders died.”
On June 30, thirteen-year-old Hallel Ariel was murdered in her sleep by a 17-year-old Palestinian male. He was nurtured by messages of hate and brainwashed by Palestinian social networks constantly calling for violence against Israeli Jews. Thirteen-year-old Hallel was a victim of this Palestinian culture of hate and violence.
Via:The Israel Project
CNN is the butt of a social media joke that aims to put into perspective the media bias against Israel.
(The first meme uploaded by the Israeli tweeter @AmirMoyal)
Eddard Stark’s execution – beheaded by an israeli
Israeli meteor kiled the dinosaurs
Israeli hyenas killed an unarmed palestinian lion king
Israeli bloodsuckers attacked a fat man while trying to hold a door
Via : TIP
President Clinton takes on an anti-Israel heckler — and gives a quick, powerful history lesson.
Who’s to blame for civilian casualties?
Why don’t the Palestinians have a state?
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Charity, traveling the world, teaching the next generation, and sports cars – these are just a few ways that people in Tel Aviv would spend 3 million dollars. If you asked Hamas, you would get a very different answer.
Hamas spends 3 million dollars on each tunnel that they build – and they keep building. There are better uses than terror.
Suing the heads of the Palestinian Television in The Hague.
Join the lawsuit: http://tvterror.info/en
Hamas committed thousands of war crimes during each war they conducted against Israel. There is no end to the list of war crimes committed by the terror organization. Yet, the UN prefer to condemn Israel for crimes the only democracy in the Middle East never committed.
Is the Israeli military a paragon of morality and wartime ethics? Or is it an oppressive force that targets innocent Palestinian civilians and commits war crimes as a matter of policy? Colonel Richard Kemp, who was the commander of British Forces in Afghanistan, was in Israel during its war against Hamas in 2014, and analyzes whether Israel’s military is ethical, evil, or somewhere in between.