What ceasefire? There never was a ceasefire. How could there be a ceasefire? The Palestinians of Gaza have been under brutal occupation for over 40 years. Furthermore, in the last 2 years Gaza has been blockaded on land, on sea, and in the f#####g air!!! Apartheid Israel has allowed nothing in or out---except maybe a trickle of food and medicine, now and then. And for Israeli apartheid apologists who still insist that there was a ceasefire and that Hamas broke it, here's the headline from the Nov. 5, 2008 Guardian:
Since the withdrawal of Israeli terrorist settlers from Gaza in 2005, Israeli apartheid soldiers have frequently raided Gaza.Gaza truce broken as Israeli raid kills six Hamas gunmen
A four-month ceasefire between Israel and Palestinian militants in Gaza was in jeopardy today after Israeli troops killed six Hamas gunmen in a raid into the territory.
What can I say about these crude, fertilizer-based rockets? Even the Israeli Apatheid "Defense" Forces have said that these "weapons" cause more of a psychological scare than a physical threat. Now, if one these Qassams were to land directlly on one's head, ...
Note: In the last 7 years, you can count the number of Israeli dead from Qassam rockets on your fingers! Would you like me to count the number of Palestinians and Lebanese killed by Israeli apartheid soldiers in the last 7 years?
Lebanon 2006 Redux:
You'd think that apartheid Israel would have learned its lesson from its humiliating defeat in Lebanon: You can't bomb a proud people into submission!
I guess not.
Can you imagine a Hezbollah fighter and an Israeli apartheid soldier in one-on-one combat? Neither can I. The Israeli apartheid soldier, after soiling his uniform (paid for by the American taxpayer), would be running like the dickens home (most probably Brooklyn).
The Arab Regimes:
All COWARDS!---Egypt being the most pathetic of all.
His silence is deafening. Looks like the American Israel Public Affairs Committee (AIPAC) got their money's worth. If they can buy a politician, and an American president at that, good for them I say. Maybe the other Washington lobbyist groups can learn a lesson or two from the pro-Israel lobby. Here's the headline from AIPAC's website:
Seriously, those Zionists have no shame. No siree, Jack!Specia Report: Hamas' Assault on Israel
Hamas's Military vs Apartheid Israel's Military:
HAMAS: Fertilizer-based, crude, unguided rockets; Vietnam surplus rifles; rocks---plenty of rocks since apartheid Israel is turning Gaza into a big pile of rubble; half-starved fighters (there's the 2-year siege, remember?).
ISRAEL: Israel = United States of America.
Nothing more to say. Should be a "fair" fight.
A Nation Has a Right to Defend Itself:
Indeed! The Palestinians have a right to defend themselves against the brutal occupation of their homeland. Occupation soldiers and illegal settlers have no rights. A good occupation soldier is a dead occupation soldier. (Excuse the cliche )
One Last Note...
Does the following quote sound racist?
If Condoleeza Rice ever uttered such a horrible statement, she would be rightly called an antisemite. Notwithstanding her direct complicity in American war crimes, Condi (to me and her close friends) never made such a racist statement. However, apartheid Israel's Acting Prime Minister, Foreign Affairs Minister, and Current War Criminal, TZIPI LIVNI, did. Here's the extract from the Dec. 11, 2008 Haaretz.com edition:"Once a Jewish state is established, I can come to the Jewish citizens, whom we call American Jews, and say to them 'you are citizens with equal rights, but the national solution for you is elsewhere,'" the Secretary of State was quoted by CNN as saying to students at a New York city high school.
Way to go, Tzipi! If ethnic cleansing first succeeds, try, try---do try---again!Livni: National aspirations of Israel's Arabs can be met by Palestinian homeland
By Haaretz Service and News Agencies
Foreign Minister Tzipi Livni said Thursday that the creation of a Palestinian state would serve as a solution to national aspirations of Israel's Arab citizens.
"Once a Palestinian state is established, I can come to the Palestinian citizens, whom we call Israeli Arabs, and say to them 'you are citizens with equal rights, but the national solution for you is elsewhere,'" Livni was quoted by Army Radio as saying to students at a Tel Aviv high school.