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Wednesday, August 31, 2005

Double Standard and Racism Exposed in Israel

Israel has exposed itself and how it treats its non-jewish citizens, mainly Palestinian or Arab citizens of Israel. An Israeli terrorist killed four Palestinians who are citizens of Israel and the defence minister says it is not terrorism, only when Jews are attacked, the attack is considered terrorism but when Arab citizens of Israel are victims of Jewish terrorism it is not counted. So to all those zionist who say there is equal rights to all citiznes in Israel, your defence minister has proven you wrong and has proven that Israel is a racist nation that doesn't believe in equal rights and justice for all its citizens.



Arabs lose Israeli terror stipend

Families of Israeli Arabs shot dead on a bus in Galilee are not considered terrorism victims because their killer was Jewish, the defence ministry says.
Under Israeli law, only attacks by "enemies of Israel" are considered terrorism, the ministry said.
The ruling means families of the four victims will not be entitled to the lifelong monthly payments given to Israeli victims of Palestinian attacks.

http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/middle_east/4198754.stm

Wednesday, August 24, 2005

The Real Map of the Middle East


The Whole of Israel is a Settlement


Now don't get me wrong, i'm very happy that these Jewish european and Jewish american settlers are leaving Gaza, but we cannot allow the media and the zionist propagandist let us believe that this is the only problem and that only these settlements in Gaza and the West Bank are illegal, when in fact the whole of Israel is one big illegal settlement that should be dismantled.

This is a victory to the Palestinian resistance, whether it is the resistance that directly kicked them out or not, the resistance played a major role in this decision.

Many people are happy and shocked that this is happening but the gaza strip is a very small part of historic Palestine. Besides the fact that the media is ignoring that the rest of Israel is also based on settlers and settlements it is protraying these settlers in Gaza with too much sympathy. These settlers should be condemned and criticized for their fanaticism, racism and colonialism. They don't belong in Palestine period not just in the Gaza strip, and that goes for 90% of Israel and Israelis, they are foriegners, mainly european and american and have not one single right to be in Palestine.

Monday, August 22, 2005

"Do you get that? An Arab is going to be sleeping in my house," yells a female settler at a female soldier.

My comment (mourning): Oh NO! How criminal is that?! Of course, Jews never slept in houses of Arabs who were forced to leave their homes in what was PALESTINE.... But I can't imagine how criminal it would be for an inferior Arab to sleep in a superior Jew's house. And they say there's justice in this world?

Sadness, pain and tears mixed with more than a little racism in Atzmona: one resident approaches the brigade commander, Brigadier General Aviv Kochavi, and requests in a whisper that only a Jewish officer, "God forbid a non-Jew," be allowed to evacuate him from his home. Kochavi does not respond. Atzmona's residents never made such demands when Druze and Bedouin soldiers and officers guarded them. But today, everything is revealed and everything is permitted.

My comment (mourning): Oh yes - the settlers are peaceful, loving people. They are not racist. How can they ever be - they are, after all, Jews, and as we all know Jews can never be racist because of, you know, the (one and only, unique) Holocaust. So come, my friend, let us mourn the ethnic cleansing of Jews from the Gaza Strip, which really ought to be free of those inferior Arabs. Sharon is the devil - not because he was the mass-murderer of Sabra & Shatila - but because he expelled Jews from the land we had rightfully stolen from those inferior Arabs. Now how can we live with the fact that Arabs are going to be sleeping in our homes? How?!? Ahh yes, let me go and kill some more Arab citizens of the state of Israel (instead of the devil Sharon who is the one who initiated the ethnic cleansing of Jews - let me don the yellow Jude star), because they deserve to die; after all, this is a state for Jews not Arabs.

Saturday, August 20, 2005

Finally someone says it like it is

This post is worth reading. I will not say more about it. Read it. I highly recommend the blog and have added it to my links section.


Never saw an "Israeli" soldier hug a Palestinian or even an "Israeli Arab" before destroying his/her house... THIS is "Israel" - the Middle East's Only Democracy™. Posted by Picasa

Friday, August 19, 2005

Armenia and Nagorno-Karabakh Album

You can now see some of the photos from my 2-month stay in Armenia & Nagorno-Karabakh (Artsakh) by clicking here.

Wednesday, August 17, 2005

Would this moment have come without the Intifada? One could try to spread the propaganda that "Israel" did not withdraw because the losses far outweighed the gains (as was the case with South Lebanon [NOT North Israel, thanks to Hezballah]), but the two instances of armed resistance prove that the zionists/"Israelis" don't understand anything other than force (which is ironically the argument that zionists made about the Arabs). The times, oh how the times have changed...!

On a personal note, I shall be landing at BEIRUT INTERNATIONAL Airport at 11 pm tonight.

Tuesday, August 16, 2005

"Jews can never be xenophobic"



Captioned by PalestineToday: Mohammed al-Mahdi, 37, formerly named Michael Sharovsky leads Palestinian prayers at his house in the West Bank city of al-Khalil (Hebron). Mohammed al-Mahdi was born Jewish in Azerbaijan, immigrated to Israel and lived as a Jewish settler in the nearby Jewish settlement of Kiryat Arba for nine years. In 1998 he converted to Islam and continued living in the settlement, where the Jewish settlers did not like him living amongst them. Al-Mahdi returned to Azerbaijan as he married a Moslem woman and had four children before returning to al-Khalil this week- Photo by Nayef Hashlamoun.

Friday, August 12, 2005



A UEFA Cup match between Banants (Armenia) and Dnipro (Ukraine) at the Vazgen Sargsyan (Republican) Stadium in Yerevan, Armenia. Dnipro won the game 4-2. The stadium was packed with fans of Banants as well as non-fans who were cheering for the Armenian side. Contrary to the Mika (Armenia) vs. Mainz (Germany) match, which had a rather visible presence on the part of the Mainz fans, there were very few Ukrainian fans in the stadium (I only saw one, who was sitting in the same section as I, and waving a tiny Ukrainian flag).

Thursday, August 11, 2005

The disengagement game

Sharon and the Roadblockers. The ultimate disengagement game.

Wednesday, August 10, 2005

Wild West Bank. The game.

Tuesday, August 09, 2005


Zangezur (Syunik region), Armenia

Sunday, August 07, 2005

Response to Anne's defenders (or Anne)...

Uh oh, Anne has decided to ban the IP of the internet cafe I use regularly, so I guess I won't be able to comment on her blog (what a loss - I say I shall mourn it in the same way Anne and her spoiled "settler" brothers & sisters are mourning the handing over of a tiny piece of land to its real owners... I say, let me get out the orange ribbons and all, set up tents, and whine and whine and maybe the world will give me the attention that I crave for...). Wait, scratch that. I didn't say that.

Anyway, dearest Anne, I shall put my response to your defendents on my blog since you decided to ban me in the spirit of the freedom of speech that you and your buddies in Occupied (and soon to be liberated) Gaza and elsewhere in Occupied Palestine (not just the West Bank) seem to be preaching... So here it is:

Rick, yes I did read the word, but that doesn't mean anything given that Anne denies that it was "terrorism". Murder is disgusting and reprehensible, but it doesn't justify substituting the word that applies to this case with a word that reduces its moral implications.

Maurice,
The Jews could've lived in Gaza and anywhere in the West Bank with the Palestinians, except that they chose to throw the majority of Palestinians out of their homes and deny even their very existence. Now they are being treated in the same way. It's backfiring on them. You don't like it? You shouldn't have done it to others, or at least thought about the possibility of it coming back to haunt you in the future. You deserve it all. Gaza shall be Judenrein, and it will be so for a good reason. You defend the idea that we should ask why this Jewish terrorist did what he did yet you don't want to accept any sort of looking into WHY Gaza (and soon the West Bank) shall be Judenrein. "Israel" exists only as a double standard. For me there is no such thing as "Israel" or an "Israeli". Anyone who defends "Israel", its existence or its colonialist past, present, and possibly (?) also future is fair game in my opinion.

Saturday, August 06, 2005


The ultimate crime in "Israel" - being found to be in possession of a banner saying "Let my people be free".

Friday, August 05, 2005

Why he did what he did...

Jewish TERRORIST kills four "ISRAELIS" who happened to be non-Jewish, in the Middle East's Only Democracy™, and Anne complains that the Jerusalem Post called him a terrorist "without first knowing why he did what he did." I guess we're supposed to mince words, go into the etymology of terms, etc. when a Jewish terrorist murders innocent people. I suppose Anne believes that the targetting of only Arabs by a Jew (who happens to be a member of Kach) happens to be a random act by a man who needs psychiatric / psychological help, rather than an ideologically and/or politically driven one... I guess Anne also forgot to pay enough attention to the word "often" in the definition of terrorism that she provided...

Anne thinks that the disengagement can justify such a terrorist attack, but the monstrous treatment of Palestinians by Jews can never justify terrorist attacks (against both Jews and Arabs in "Israel").

So while Anne goes on yet another round of yelling "anti-Semitism!", allow me to point out that while this Jewish terrorist's and other Jewish terrorists' (e.g. Baruch Goldstein, the hero of many Jews, if I may add) targets were solely Arabs/Palestinians/Muslims and therefore motivated by intense racism and xenophobia, Palestinian suicide bombings have targeted all sorts of people and while murderous, cannot be identified as specifically "anti-Semitic". They are driven by ideology not by racism, unlike those of Jewish terrorists we have seen so far.

And allow me to copy and paste my comment on Anne's blog before she deletes it:
Oh so when a Jewish TERRORIST kills innocent Arabs (if they exist, in your
books) he must've had a good reason and we should sympathize with whatever
reasons he had, but when an Arab terrorist kills innocent Jews (apparently in
your book Jews are always innocent, even the "terrorist" kind..) there is no
questioning that he was an anti-Semite, hateful, bloodthirsty terrorist... I
see. I know you won't like this comment and will probably delete it. But it goes to show the moral low you and your kind have attained.

Peace in Jerusalem indeed. But not with the existence of your (and yours) kind, dearest Anne. Your kind is only good at writing the following on tombstones of Jewish terrorists: "Here lies the saint, [insert name here], blessed be the memory of the righteous and holy man, may the Lord avenge his blood, who devoted his soul to the Jews, Jewish religion and Jewish land. His hands are innocent and his heart is pure. He was killed as a martyr of God on the [insert date here]."

I wonder if OneFamily Fund will list the victims on its website, or the Jerusalem Post on its tribute page for victims of terror, for that matter... I guess we shall see.

Thursday, August 04, 2005

Just as you had thought there couldn't be more things to laugh at Lebanon and the Lebanese for, you come across a party that calls itself the "Aramaic Democratic Organization". These people are actually not joking. You would want to take my word for it.

Wednesday, August 03, 2005

Can you see the irony?


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