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Wednesday, October 1, 2014

Muslim Child Leads Crowd in Chant 'Curses Upon the Jews, And Victory for Islam'

"Allah Akbar! Death to America! Death to Israel! Curses upon the Jews, and victory for Islam," are chants often heard at Islamist rallies. What makes this example so unusual is that the chants are being lead by a child .

In the video below posted on the internet on September 27th, a young boy seemingly aged seven or eight leads the Yemeni Al-Houthi insurgents in a hateful cheer:
We promise you, the Palestinians in Gaza and in occupied Jerusalem, that we are coming, as long as our commander is Sayyid Abdul-Malik Badreddin (Al-Houthi).

We promise you, the Palestinians in Gaza and in occupied Jerusalem, that we are coming, that we are coming, that we are coming, Allah Akbar! Death to America! Death to Israel! Curses upon the Jews, and victory for Islam.

No to Humiliation! No to Humiliation!
This is a little kid!!! Watching the video makes me wonder, does this child's mother love her son? When a country goes to war with another one of the motivations behind engaging in conflict is to protect the lives and lifestyles of children and future generations. It is also a supreme motivation for making peace. How could this kid's mother accept her child being turned into a tool of hatred?


OMG, The Bra-Cam (What Will They Think Of Next?)

How many times a day do people check out on particular woman's breasts? Nestle Fitness cereal and a French Ad agency gave one woman a bra fitted with a hidden camera and counted.  The results will surprise you...not necessarily the volume but the fact that both men and women were checking her out...guess what ladies you are pigs too.


The reason for the video  was to remind women around the world to check out their own breast breasts regularly to help prevent breast cancer.


The Al-Dura Affair: When France's Hatred of Israel Killed Thousands of Innocents

It was fourteen years ago, September 30, 2000 when TV Network France 2 and Charles Enderlin sent to news outlets around the world their fake Muhammad al-Dura video.  The staged death of a little boy became the rallying cry of Islamist terrorists all around the world resulting in the deaths of thousands. Just as they did in the recent Gaza war, instead of investigating the report when they received the video, mainstream media reporters became the biggest supporters of the hoax and became accomplices this deadly fraud.

The second day of what would become known as the Second Intifada amid widespread rioting throughout the Palestinian territories Jamal al-Durrah and his 12-year-old son Muhammad, were filmed by Talal Abu Rahma, a Palestinian cameraman freelancing for France 2, as they sought cover behind a concrete cylinder after being caught in crossfire between Israeli soldiers and Palestinian security forces. The footage, which lasts just over a minute, shows the pair holding onto each other, the boy crying and the father waving, then a burst of gunfire and dust, after which the boy is seen slumped across his father's legs.

Muhammad al-Dura became a poster child for Islamist terror. Osama bin Laden referred to al-Dura in a post-9/11 video; the killers of Wall St. Journal reporter Daniel Pearl placed a picture of him in their beheading video; streets, squares and academies have been named after al-Dura.

But for those who looked at the video with an open mind there were plenty of questions about the video. Why is there no footage of the boy after he was shot? Why does he appear to move in his father's lap, and to clasp a hand over his eyes after he is supposedly dead? Why is one Palestinian policeman wearing a Secret Service-style earpiece in one ear? Why is another Palestinian man shown waving his arms and yelling at others, as if 'directing' a dramatic scene? Why does the funeral appear — based on the length of shadows — to have occurred before the apparent time of the shooting? Why is there no blood on the father's shirt just after they are shot? Why did a voice that seems to be that of the France 2 cameraman yell, in Arabic, 'The boy is dead' before he had been hit? Why do ambulances appear instantly for seemingly everyone else and not for al-Dura?"

The video below lays out some of the evidence:

Philippe Karsenty a French Jewish activist identified the al-Dura video as a hoax and was sued by the France 2 Station and reporter Charles Enderlin. In May 2008 a French Court of Appeals found in favor of Jewish activist Philippe Karsenty, overturning a lower court decision that he had libeled France 2 and its Jerusalem correspondent Charles Enderlin when he accused them of knowingly misleading the world about the death of the Palestinian child Mohammed al-Dura in the Gaza Strip in 2000.  Just as important as the victory as part of the 2008 case more of unedited video tape of the incident was seen by the world exposing the fraud even further. On June 26, 2013, the Paris Court of Appeals once again convicted Karsenty of defamation, and fined him €7000, but it was too late because the fraud had been exposed in court during the 2008 trial.

The al-Dura case remains an important one. 

Who knows how many deaths both Palestinian and Israeli were results of the incitement generated by this false report of an Israeli massacre? It certainly made the "second intifada" deadlier that it would have been.

The al-Dura case is still a rallying cry for anti-Israel propaganda.

It was the first example of "Pallywood." Palestinian media manipulation, staged deaths, distortion and outright fraud designed to win the public relations war against Israel.  Two years after the al-Dura hoax came the hoax of the "Jenin massacre" This manipulation and willful media support of staged media stories was being practiced as recently as the Gaza War which recently ended and sadly it is still an effective tool thanks to media bias.

The al-Dura hoax exposed that the mainstream media across the world cannot be trusted to tell the truth about Israel.  Although their bias became a rallying cry for terrorists and subsequent Israeli attempts to weed out those terrorists have resulted in civilian deaths (thanks to the use of human shields) the media's objective is not to relay the truth, it's to defend their gullibility and anti-Israel bias.


Tuesday, September 30, 2014

Obama Hypocrisy! White House That Slammed Israel Announces Civilian Casualties In Syria And Iraq Are OK

During Israel's operation in Gaza Barack Obama continually blasted Israel for the civilian casualties despite the fact that Israel went out of its way to avoid hitting civilians and Hamas used its civilians as human shields. Today the White House acknowledged the strict standards President Obama imposed last year to prevent civilian deaths from U.S. drone strikes will not apply to U.S. military operations in Syria and Iraq. In other words he ripped Israel though it was doing everything it could, but Obama told the American military that civilians deaths were not that important.
A White House statement to Yahoo News confirming the looser policy came in response to questions about reports that as many as a dozen civilians, including women and young children, were killed when a Tomahawk missile struck the village of Kafr Daryan in Syria's Idlib province on the morning of Sept. 23.

The village has been described by Syrian rebel commanders as a reported stronghold of the al-Qaida-linked Nusra Front where U.S officials believed members of the so-called Khorasan group were plotting attacks against international aircraft.

But at a briefing for members and staffers of the House Foreign Affairs Committee late last week, Syrian rebel commanders described women and children being hauled from the rubble after an errant cruise missile destroyed a home for displaced civilians. Images of badly injured children also appeared on YouTube, helping to fuel anti-U.S. protests in a number of Syrian villages last week.
“They were carrying bodies out of the rubble. … I saw seven or eight ambulances coming out of there,” said Abu Abdo Salabman, a political member of one of the Free Syria Army factions, who attended the briefing for Foreign Affairs Committee members and staff. “We believe this was a big mistake.”

Asked about the strike at Kafr Daryan, a U.S. Central Command spokesman said Tuesday that U.S. military “did target a Khorasan group compound near this location. However, we have seen no evidence at this time to corroborate claims of civilian casualties.” But Caitlin Hayden, a spokesperson for the National Security Council, told Yahoo News that Pentagon officials “take all credible allegations seriously and will investigate” the reports.
But Ms Hayden also said that the White House policy that President Obama announced last year barring U.S. drone strikes unless there is a “near certainty” there will be no civilian casualties — "the highest standard we can meet," he said at the time — does not cover the current U.S. airstrikes in Syria and Iraq.
The “near certainty” standard was intended to apply “only when we take direct action ‘outside areas of active hostilities,’ as we noted at the time,” Hayden said in an email. “That description — outside areas of active hostilities — simply does not fit what we are seeing on the ground in Iraq and Syria right now.”

Hayden added that U.S. military operations against the Islamic State (also known as ISIS or ISIL) in Syria, "like all U.S. military operations, are being conducted consistently with the laws of armed conflict, proportionality and distinction."
The laws of armed conflict prohibit the deliberate targeting of civilian areas and require armed forces to take precautions to prevent inadvertent civilian deaths as much as possible. It also prohibits the use of human shields.

While the White House has said little about the standards it is using for strikes in Syria and Iraq it said plenty about Israel's actions despite all the precautions taken by the Jewish State.  Do what I say not what I do is a great policy for a President who says he is Israel's friend.

Rosie O'Donnell NFL Player's Penalty Will Drive Us To War or Something

Rosie O' Donnell is living proof that ones IQ does not need to reach double digits to get a TV gig. On The View Tuesday, the panel discussed NFL player Husain Abdullah receiving a penalty supposedly for praying in the end zone Tuesday night.

According to Abdullah himself the penalty was not because of the prayer but because he slid into the end zone before the prayer:
"I don't think it was because of the actual prostration that I got the penalty," Abdullah told The Associated Press afterward. "I think it was because of the slide."

And that's precisely the explanation that Chiefs coach Andy Reid said he received from the game officials. They had no issue with the prayer, Reid said, only the celebratory slide.
But that didn't stop the brilliant hosts at "The View" who were sure the penalty was an act of bias. Even worse O'Donnell suggested it was penalties like this which propel us into war and to bomb countries that did nothing to us.  Who knew?

Goldberg: How about this? This is going to be shocking, but the NFL has yet another new controversy on its hands after last night's game. Chiefs player Husain Abdullah, a devout Muslim, was penalized for unsportsman like conduct for bowing in prayer after a big play. Now, players like Tim Tebow, you know, do the whole thing and the – [makes sign of the cross]. You know? And so why don't other people get penalized? Is this -- are we feeding into Muslim fear?

O'Donnell: Yes. I think as a nation we are. [ Applause ] I think that, you know, it propels us to war. You have to rally the country in order to bomb a country that did nothing to you and you need to rally them and so that's what I think that was. Anyone is allowed to represent their joy in whatever way possible for two minutes on a football field and I think it's anti-Muslim bias.