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enero 6, 2016

El diario izquierdista israelí ‘Haaretz” elogia a los terroristas que asesinan judíos

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Articulo del Haaretz: Los terroristas árabes son más valientes que los “terroristas judíos”

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El Dr. Dmitry Shumsky de la Universidad Hebrea publicó el lunes un artículo en el Haaretz donde señalaba las supuestas diferencias entre el terrorismo árabe contra los judíos y el ataque contra la familia Dawabshe en el pueblo de Duma, del cual las fuerzas de seguridad israelíes culpan a terroristas judíos de la extrema derecha.

Shumsky es el ex director del Centro universitario Bernard Cherrik para el Estudio del Sionismo, la Yishuv y el Estado de Israel.

Shumsky afirmó que, si bien el terrorismo árabe es “un componente extremista e ilegítimo” de la por otra parte “legítima resistencia” árabe a la “ocupación” israelí de tierras árabes, el terrorismo judío es “un componente extremista e ilegítimo” de la ocupación israelí, que ab initio es ilegítima e injusta.

Otra diferencia, según él, es que los ataques árabes contra los judíos – incluidos aquellos contra los niños y los ancianos judíos – se llevan a cabo habitualmente por personas que están “claramente dispuestas a morir en el lugar, y por lo tanto a pagar el precio por sus acciones“. Por si acaso, Shumsky negó que estuviera alentando ese terror o expresando admiración por sus autores, pero insistió en que es necesario “mucho coraje” para que una persona ataque con un cuchillo a soldados armados, por ejemplo.

El ataque a la familia Dawabshe en Duma, por el contrario, es “un terrorismo de cobardes“, explicó Shumsky. “No hay otra manera de describir unos hechos donde unos se cuelan en medio de la noche en una aldea prisionera de la ocupación, prende fuego una casa mientras sus habitantes están dormidos en sus camas, y rápidamente corren por sus vidas para estar con sus compañeros de ocupación“, continuó.

Escribiendo en Facebook, el experto Yotam Zimri se apresuró a reprobar el artículo de Dmitry Shumsky, al que calificó de “basura“, preguntándose retóricamente:

¿Lanzar una piedra a Adelle Biton a la cabeza – una bebe judía fallecida a consecuencia de ese ataque – es eso coraje? 

¿Disparar en una emboscada a los Henkins delante de sus hijos. es eso valentía? 

¿Secuestrar a tres adolescentes judíos, disparándoles en la cabeza y escapar, es ese el coraje y la valentía que proclama Dmitry Shumsky? 

¿Quemar a Ayala Shapira, es eso coraje? 

¿Hacer que Danny Gonen se detenga al simular querer preguntarle algo, y luego dispararle a quemarropa, es eso valentía? 

¿Disparar al vehículo que conducía a Malaquías Rosenfeld, eso es coraje? ¿Disparar al vehículo que transportaba al bebé Shalhevet Pass, eso es valentía? 

¿Envíar a otras personas para que se hagan explotar en su nombre y destruyan a familias enteras, niños incluidos, como hizo Barghouti, eso es coraje? Y ello sabiendo que a continuación recibirá un libro con una bonita dedicatoria de Amos Oz para que tenga algo para leer en su amplia celda, ¿es eso valor?

Zimri termina opinando que lanzar una bomba incendiaria a una casa por la noche mientras sus ocupantes duermen, como hicieron los incendiarios asesinos en Duma, es desde luego un hecho cobarde, pero “el que convierte a los palestinos en héroes a causa de la voluntad de algunos de ellos de unirse con 72 vírgenes es sobre todo un idiota“.

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enero 6, 2016

¿Cuánto tiempo hay que estar de novia antes de casarse?. Vídeo.

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¿Cuánto tiempo hay que estar de novia antes de casarse?. Vídeo.

LA SOCIEDAD LIBERAL AISH LATINO VIDEO

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2 meses, 6 meses, 1 año… ¿Qué piensas tú?

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enero 6, 2016

Soldados del Ejército Nacional de Somalia dan la batalla a terroristas de Al-Shabaab cerca de la ciudad de Burhakabo en la Región De La Bahía

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Soldados del Ejército Nacional de Somalia dan la batalla a terroristas de Al-Shabaab cerca de la ciudad de Burhakabo en la Región De La Bahía

Fierce-Fight

6 º enero de 2016, los soldados del Ejército Nacional Somalí se enfrentaron con terroristas de Al Shabaab  cerca de la ciudad Burhakabo en la región de la Bahía.

Según funcionario del gobierno Ali Hassan Abdi a cargo del Distrito de Burhakabo, las tropas del gobierno atacaron una base de Al Shabaab en Jameco situado en la localidad de Burhakabo.

Varios militantes fueron muertos en el tiroteo graneado mientras que otros huyeron heridos.

La Región de Bay, aunque habiendo sido conducidas varias operaciones de seguridad todavía alberga elementos terroristas de Al Shabaab.

Después del choque de las SNA con los terroristas, la normalidad ha regresado desde entonces a la aldea de Jameco.

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enero 6, 2016

Fuerzas De Operaciones Especiales han atacado cerca de Marjah City Afganistán

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Fuerzas De Operaciones Especiales han atacado cerca de Marjah City Afganistán

Special-forces

5 º enero de 2016, Los últimos informes de Pentágono han confirmado que un número de fuerzas especiales estadounidenses han muerto y otros heridos durante una misión de operaciones especiales en el sur de Afganistán.

El Departamento de Defensa de Estados Unidos no ha mencionado el número exacto de víctimas, pero sólo confirmó el ataque cerca de la ciudad de Marjah, en la provincia de Helmand.

Esta localidad ha sido un bastión de los talibanes desde hace algunos años.

“Estamos profundamente entristecidos por esta pérdida,” dijo el portavoz militar brigadier. El general Wilson Shoffner que fue citado en un comunicado el martes.

Un equipo americano “de evacuación médica” fue llamado para recuperar a las víctimas también fue objeto de un feroz ataque de morteroa y armas ligeras de fuego según el portavoz militar.

No hubo informes inmediatos sobre que había atacado el helicóptero o si alguna baja sufrieron en el equipo de evacuación médica de rescate pero el portavoz talibán a través de sus canales en línea de propaganda se apresuro a afirmar que el grupo militante había derribado un helicóptero de transporte estadounidense en Helmand.

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enero 6, 2016

Alto Comandante del Estado Islámico muerto en Yemen Del Sur

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Alto Comandante del Estado Islámico muerto en Yemen Del Sur

Daesh-commander-killed

6 º enero de 2016, un alto comandante de los terroristas Takfiri del Estado Islámico fue muerto en feroces enfrentamientos con los combatientes de los movimientos Houthi Ansarullah de Yemen y unidades militares.

Los enfrentamientos se producen en medio de la agresión militar saudí en curso contra los yemeníes.

Según el sitio web de noticias al-Masirah de Yemen el martes se ha identificado al comandantes del ISIS muerto como Hassan Hamoud Uqlan, un comandante de campo conocido de los terroristas en el distrito de la provincia de Tha’bat Ta’izz.

El asesinato de Hassan Hamoud Uqlan es un gran golpe para las operaciones del Estado islámico en Yemen teniendo en cuenta su experiencia en logística de campo y operaciones.

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enero 6, 2016

Entrevista al Rabino Uri Ayalon Rep. de la Organización Afikim de ayuda a familias en precario en Israel. Vídeo.

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Entrevista al Rabino Uri Ayalon Rep. de la Organización Afikim de ayuda a familias en precario en Israel. Vídeo.

RABINO URI AYALON ENTREVISTA

Parte 1

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Parte 2

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Hace varios años, Moshe Levkovich, ortodoxo y activista social israelí, fundó un comedor popular en Jerusalén; sin embargo, notó que la comida no era suficiente y que quería hacer algo más. Así, formó Afikim hace 7 años, una organización que ayuda a las familias de bajos recursos y les ofrece, con el tiempo, oportunidades de vida y un mejor futuro. Afikim cuenta ya con once sedes: ocho en Jerusalén, una en Kiryat Shemona, una en Lod, y otra en el sur, en Kiryat Gat.

Afikim del Rav Uri Ayalom

[NT. Goal: Gracias rabbi Uri Ayalon por tu generosidad y ejemplo de vida]

Afikim: https://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100010975871946

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enero 6, 2016

El no genocidio de Gaza.

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Record de natalidad en el año 2015 (segun Palpress).

53.729 nuevos gazaties han nacido en el año 2015 en el inexistente genocidio de la franja de Gaza, lo que supone un record segun la fuente.

Ahora mismo hay casi dos millones de gazaties, exactamente 1.957.194 lo que nos situa frente al primer genocidio inverso de la Historia de la humanidad. El unico genocidio en el que la poblacion crece a ritmo de record.

Recordemos que durante la segunda guerra mundial la poblacion judia no solo no creció sino que  decrecio, asesinada por los nazis aliados del Mufti de Jerusalem, en un tercio de la misma.

Claro, que eso si fue un autentico genocidio

Fuente: Palpress

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enero 6, 2016

THE BEST OF: Allahu akbar. VÍDEO JUAS JUAS JUAS…!!!

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THE BEST OF: Allahu akbar. VÍDEO JUAS JUAS JUAS…!!!

LOS NEJORES ALLAH AKBAR

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XD XD XD

Carita de judío con kippa peke

enero 6, 2016

Desratización de ISIS: Irak ataques aéreos matando a terroristas de Isis en Ramadi. Vídeo WOW.!

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Desratización de ISIS: Irak ataques aéreos matando a terroristas de Isis en Ramadi. Vídeo WOW.!

Desratizando de ISIS

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OBS…!!! ESO TIENE QUE DOLER… XD

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enero 6, 2016

Los “palestinos” reconocen que usan niños en sus ataques terroristas, y que su objetivo son civiles israelies.

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¿Alguien se acuerda del video (debidamente omitido por los medios occidentales) del portavoz de Hamas en la franja de Gaza vanagloriandose publicamente de usar escudos humanos como estrategia y de lo exitoso de la misma?

Yo no puedo olvidarlo, en mi vida he visto tanto desprecio por sus propios conciudadanos (en este caso, subditos) como el mostrado por este fulano. Pongo el video a continuación:

Espeluznante que haya gente asi ¿Verdad?.

Ahora nuevamente los mismos “palestinos” reconocen que usan a sus menores para actividades terroristas y que el objetivo de estas son civiles israelies.

Lo que constituyen crimenes de lesa humanidad de los que el ente terrorista “Palestina” espero que responda algun dia frente a la justicia.

Esto es lo que dicen algunos “palestinos” (lo que va entre paréntesis es mio):

“Ahora un grupo de periodistas e intelectuales “palestinos”, entre ellos el editor jefe de Al-Hayat Al-Jadida, Hafez Al-Barghouti han criticado los ataques, y especialmente los realizados por niños (con ello reconocen el uso de niños en actividades terroristas) . Expresaron su indignación por la participación de adolescentes , incluidos los más pequeños , en los ataques con puñales contra israelíes , alegando que no era el lugar donde los niños deben estar, y que su infancia y vida deben ser protegidos. Acusaron a los dirigentes de las organizaciones palestinas de “comerciar con la sangre de los niños” y enviarlos a morir , animándoles a llevar a cabo este tipo de ataques y alabando y glorificando a quienes lo hacen. Algunos intelectuales llamaron a inculcar en el público y los valores de la juventud de la vida , el estudio y el trabajo , en lugar de los valores de buscar la muerte”

No lo digo yo, lo reconocen explicita e implicitamente periodistas e intelectuales “palestinos”.

Continuo:

Algunos escritores también instaron a los palestinos a evitar dañar a civiles israelíes  (obviamente con esto reconocen que no lo hacen hoy en dia lo que supone otro crimen de lesa humanidad), tanto por razones morales y prácticas . En el plano moral , alegaron que los palestinos deben preservar su humanidad ; a nivel práctico , argumentaron que dañar a civiles , sobre todo en el momento actual , perjudica la lucha palestina y la asocia al terrorismo global dirigido por ISIS . Algunos incluso llamaron a cesar los ataques punzantes debido a su falta de eficacia y su alto costo en vidas palestinas , y llamaron a encontrar modos alternativos de lucha.”

Pongo en ingles el resto del articulo (de MEMRI) que no tiene desperdicio:

“On November 11, 2015, Hafez Al-Barghouti wrote: “From the start we said: Do not send your children into the fray, even though the occupation does not distinguish between children, youth, and adults… We must not bring our children into the cycle of violence… Even the Prophet Muhammad refused to bring children into battle… We should keep our children away from the demonstrations in the areas of conflict and clashes so they can experience their childhood. Even if it is a difficult [childhood], it is better than the childhood of the injured, the prisoner, or the martyr who is [completely] bereft of a childhood.”[2]

In another article titled “In Defense Of Childhood” Al-Barghouti added: “Do not cheer [the stabbing children] and do not take pride [in them], since this has become a game of blood. Those who scream and roar, congratulating a child for pulling out a knife or a schoolgirl for taking up a pair of scissors, should see them as though they were their own children. Would they agree to throw their son into this furnace?”[3]

Journalist Mohammed Daraghmeh echoed the claim that the attacks were pointless in an article inSawt Al-Nisa, the women’s and social affairs supplement of the PA daily Al-Ayyam. Addressing the youth, he wrote: “Do not march towards death. Palestine needs you alive. You may rage, rebel, and take to the streets and checkpoints. You can block roads, shout, and make your voices heard to the deaf world. If it does not hear you today, it will hear you tomorrow. But do not die. The homeland needs you alive. [True,] it will be a mark of shame for Palestinians, young and old, if they remain silent in the face of the occupation, or remain busy with their own affairs and forget the homeland. However, there must not be only two options: silence or madness. We were silent for a long time and today we are swept up in the madness of destructive revenge. A youth pushed [to the limit] by the occupation may lose all capacity for thought, hide a knife, and take to the street to seek a symbol of the occupation and slaughter it. This has happened and will [continue to] happen, but it remains on the level of individual acts. The youths of Palestine must not all rush to their deaths [en masse] in this fashion. The small number of soldiers killed by stabbing attacks cannot be compared to the large number of Palestinian youths who lay soaking in their own blood at the feet of armed and trained soldiers.

“When the second intifada ended, we stood up as one and said: We made mistakes here and there; sometimes we went mad and sometimes we lost our [humane] feelings. No one had the courage during the intifada to say what was said at its painful end, lest they be harmed. But today we must face ourselves with courage and call things what they are… Indeed, anyone who takes up a knife and attacks a soldier is committing suicide, because the well-trained and armed soldiers will kill him. Every day several Palestinian youths are killed, yet we remain silent or even praise their deaths. We should stand as one and say ‘enough’…

“To the Palestinian youths who have lost hope and seek revenge, I say what I say to my children: Take to the streets, go and protest. This is only one round of the conflict, which will not bring about the end of the conflict, but rather a new phase that is necessary for each and every of us… Palestine is an international problem that will be not solved in a round of knife of suicide attacks, or protests and rallies, but only when the world understands that it must intervene and draw borders as it did in Bosnia and Herzegovina, Kosovo, and North and South Korea. How much longer [must we wait]? Until the day comes.

“We must protect the lives of our children and continue the national struggle… If someone asks whether the previous nonviolent struggle against the occupations [the first intifada] brought about the end of the occupation, I will ask in response: Did the armed military struggle accomplish this? The Palestinian problem is not local, but rather an international problem that the world created and only [the world] can solve, but it will not do so if we [either] remain silent or commit suicide.”[4]

Jihad Harb, a political scientist and a columnist for the Amad website, which is run by former PA minister Hassan ‘Asfour, called in an article to stop the stabbing attacks, since they have played themselves out. He expressed hope that the Palestinian leadership would heed him and protect the lives of the youths “who are pointlessly executed at checkpoints.” According to him, “most of those who carried out such operations or attempted them, or those killed due to claims that they tried to stab, were younger than 18 and could not deal with well-protected, armed, and trained soldiers. The stabbing operations have given Israel a pretext to kill our young men and women at checkpoints… The call for the [Palestinian] leadership and organizations to work to stop the stabbing attacks – even though [this leadership and these organizations] did not join those who lead this activity [i.e., the stabbings] – comes to protect the lives of our sons and daughters, whom Palestine needs in order [to build] a better future. This is not a call for atahdiyya [calm], but rather a call to redirect this activity and develop the methods and means of the popular resistance.”[5]

Criticizing The Culture Of Death

Journalist Mahmoud Fanoun wrote in favor of the culture of struggle, victory, and life in place of the culture of pointless death: “You hear children younger than 10 wishing to die a martyr’s death… [A child] wishes to die, rather than to live, struggle, fight the enemy, kill him and defeat him. He wants to offer himself up to die at the enemy’s hands. Why? Why does he not wish to terrorize the enemy and persist until the enemy leaves Palestine?… When a youth dies wielding a knife – what is the wisdom of this? There is a battle. On one side is the enemy, its army and its settlers, and on the other side is a boy. The battle ends one-sidedly: the enemy kills the Palestinian fighter before he even launches his hidden attack. In this battle the enemy wins and defeats the youth before he even did anything. Had the youth planned this [attack], he could have attacked and survived or [only] sustained injury. These are the rules of war… They say that life is [but] a corridor to the hereafter and therefore it is all right if life is short, since at its end is Paradise and the black-eyed [virgins]. This [belief] does not anger the enemies; on the contrary, they are happy to have defeated the youths, and their soldiers are rewarded, while we experience tragedy in light of the loss of young life and the youths’ chagrin at their failure in the battles against the soldiers.

“This is also true of [Arafat’s] slogan: ‘Millions of martyrs marching on Jerusalem.’ Why martyrs? Are we in a swordfight where we are forced to crawl to Jerusalem while the enemy is armed with large quantities of firearms? Why not set out to conquer and win, and then we can arrive safe and sound, even if some of us are killed? These are the rules of war. This culture [of death] does not affect the enemy; on the contrary, the enemy is glad of it… We set out to die and we will indeed die, while the enemy continues to occupy the land from end to end. We achieve martyrdom, if anything at all, while the enemy achieves the homeland, instead of us defeating him and remaining alive.”[6]

Criticizing Leaders Of Palestinian Organizations: They Encourage Children To Carry Out Attacks But Do Not Send Their Own Children

The writers also criticized the leaders of the Palestinian organizations, accusing them of encouraging children to carry out attacks while not sending their own children into the fray or carrying out attacks themselves. Hafez Al-Barghouti wrote: “Some organizations and clans that are morally bankrupt go too far with their slogans, acting as though [every] child is a massive army. They make statements, chant [slogans] and call to escalate this action, but in practice they [only] trade in the blood of others and place themselves as the patrons of our blood, while never spilling a single drop of their own.”[7] 
Hafez Al-Barghouti (Source: Fatehmedia.ps, November 23, 2015)

One day earlier, Al-Barghouti criticized Hamas, which encourages children to participate in violent action: “We must not encourage children to get hit by bullets on the streets. True, we cannot calm raging spirits and boiling blood, but public awareness against [stabbing attacks by children] can create an atmosphere that reduces the pointless motivation [to march] towards the occupation’s traps and snares that are present everywhere.”[8]

Harsher criticism was voided by Palestinian journalist ‘Amid Dwaikat of Voice of Love Radio, who wrote: “Let those who cause children to reach this state show themselves. Let them show us their own children. Do not call to continue [attacks] while you sit [safely] in your offices. God knows what resort your children are vacationing in. Children are not robots that you activate by the push of a button and can shut off as you wish. The blood of these children is on your conscience.”[9]

Moahmmed Daraghmeh called on the political leadership of the organizations to speak up: “[The leadership] must channel the surging national rage into protest against the occupation. Protest without death; protest that is all life, revolution, and hope for change.”[10]

Journalist Ihab Al-Jariri of Radio 24 FM stated similarly: “Those who write theories on Facebook, behind a computer monitor, and support the idea of children carrying out stabbing attacks and encourage them to do so, should first do it themselves and only then ask the young ones to follow in their footsteps.”[11]

Criticism was leveled not only at those who encourage children to carry out attacks and praise them, but also at those who remain silent. Emad Al-Asfar from the Media Development Center at Birzeit University addressed Palestinian organization leaders on his Facebook page, saying: “Send your own men [to attack] with knives and stop welcoming and exalting the actions of children, since you are inciting them to die in vain. Even worse than you are those who do not speak out against this death, especially media personalities and intellectuals.[12]

Schools Should Educate Children To Love Life Instead Of Death

Some writers argued that schools should teach children to love life and explain to them that resistance does not necessarily mean choosing a meaningless death. Hafez Al-Barghouti wrote: “We must set aside [special] classes for young children in schools and teach them how to avoid this slippery slope… Better for the enemy to kill us than for us to encourage our children to march towards this end in vain… Death is not a goal in itself, so do not praise it, so that we do not die in vain. It is our duty to educate the younger generation and instill in it the love of life, study and diligence.”[13]

Al-Ayyam columnist Muhannad ‘Abd Al-Hamid wrote of the need “to set aside programs in schools and the media to strengthen positive values such as freedom and liberation from the occupation, as well as moral and humane excellence, and justice… There is a need to question social and cultural norms, the political and media discourse, and everything else that might encourage children to embark on violent action that contradicts the qualities of childhood and its natural development.” He also called to adopt a national policy that encourages children to participate in nonviolent protests such as candlelight marches, art shows, and music festivals “far from clashes and violence.”[14]

Blogger Muhammad Abu ‘Allan, who writes about Israeli media, called on Palestinian Education Minister Sabri Saidam “to send a message to schoolchildren that they have a long educational path to complete before [they can contemplate] facing a certain death… Resistance to the occupation does not necessarily mean dying in vain…”[15]

Mahmoud Fanoun wrote: “Why do we educate [children] to die instead of educating [them] to struggle, plan and train for combat?… Why do we educate youths and young children to die, to the point that a youth does not only want people to say to his mother, ‘O, mother of the martyr, ululate in joy,’[16] but even dreams of this.”[17]

Calls To Keep The Struggle Clean, Avoid Harming Civilians

The involvement of children in perpetrating attacks also prompted a debate about the moral dimensions of the struggle, such as the legitimacy of exposing Palestinian children to danger and also of harming Israeli civilians – an issue not often debated in PA media. Some writers called to avoid targeting Israeli civilians in order to ensure the moral character of the struggle and/or in order to keep the world from labeling the Palestinian struggle as terrorism and as part of the global  jihad lead by ISIS.

One of the rare articles calling to avoid harming civilians was published by columnist Hamada Fara’na in the PA daily Al-Ayyam. Responding to an article by journalist Ari Shavit in the Israeli daily Haaretz that dealt with Jewish terror against Palestinians, Fara’na expressed his hope that a Palestinian intellectual would display the same courage and oppose all Palestinian attacks on civilians on the grounds that they are terrorism. He wrote: “The Palestinian struggle against Israel’s Jewish-Zionist imperialist enterprise is legitimate, just, and even necessary in order to ensure that Israel pays a steep price for its occupation… However, the Palestinian struggle must be clean of any suspicion of terrorism and must not target Israel’s Jewish civilians. It must be a humane and just struggle against the imperialist enterprise that is occupying Palestinian land, and [it must be] the complete opposite of the Islamic terrorism of Al-Qaeda and ISIS, whether [their terrorism] against Muslims or [their terrorism] against Christians and Jews… We must understand the importance of the moral dimension of the Palestinian people’s struggle, so that the world feels solidarity and identifies with the Palestinian cause and with the struggle against Israel’s imperialism. We must be brave and condemn every act of terrorism, whether it is perpetrated by Palestinians or Arabs, by Muslims or Christians.”[18]     

Hafez Al-Barghouti wrote similarly: “We must avoid inhuman acts in order to preserve [our] humanity…”[19] In another article he wrote: “It is true that the acts of the lone attackers are not directed [by anyone] and cannot be restrained by the push of a button, but public awareness must nevertheless be directed towards a controlled and moral struggle.”[20]

We Must Keep The Struggle Clean To Avoid Being Likened To ISIS

Journalist Mohammed Daraghmeh also called to avoid harming civilians, for practical reasons. He wrote in Sawt Al-Nisaa, Al-Ayyam’s women’s and social affairs supplement: “The world will resolve the Palestinian problem only if we maintain the humane character of our national struggle. The world will not accept stabbing and vehicular attacks against civilians, just as it opposed suicide attacks. [If we perpetrate such acts] the world, which we are trying to enlist to our cause, will condemn us and distance itself from us. We will lose its [support] and, at the end of the road, we will find ourselves alone, just as [we found ourselves] at the end of the Al-Aqsa Intifada. Our children take up kitchen knives [against the enemy] out of [raw] emotion. We must stand up and say to them: You are throwing away your lives and ours. Palestine needs you alive.”[21]

Barghouti, in one of his articles, also focused on the issue of the possible comparison with ISIS. He wrote that the Palestinians should not act so soon after the Paris attacks, since this will only harm them: “We have an obligation to keep our sons and daughters from following in the footsteps of the fanatics and carrying out useless attacks, since the enemies, in their media and diplomacy, associate these attacks with the terror attacks carried out by the terrorist organizations in Paris and elsewhere, in order to present us as inhuman… After the September [11] attacks in New York, [then-Israeli prime minister Ariel] Sharon [adopted] the term ‘terrorism,’ which was applied to those attacks, and applied it to our national struggle. Back then I warned against this, and called to keep a low profile until the storm [of the attack in] New York passed. But the term ‘Palestinian terrorism’ [nevertheless] became common and [was used] instead of the term ‘terrorism.’ Today, after the Paris attacks, we must keep a low profile so as to avoid being associated with the crimes of ISIS and its ilk. The world is slumbering and will not soon awaken, and therefore we must learn our lesson and wait… The struggle must wait for the right circumstances, and for men [rather than boys]… We must not lose control, and must preserve the essence of the Palestinian cause…”[22]

* C. Jacob is a research fellow at MEMRI.

Endnotes: 

[1] See MEMRI Inquiry & Analysis  No.1193, ‘Abbas: We Will Continue The Popular Resistance; Israel Is Plotting To Change Status Quo In Jerusalem; Israel Uses Terror, Executes Children, October 16, 2015; Special Dispatch  No. 6184, Fatah Officials, Palestinian Social Media, Palestinian Authority Dailies Encourage Continued Violence, October 12, 2015; Special Dispatch No. 6182,

Palestinian Bar Association Awards Honorary Law Degree To Killer Of Two Israelis In Jerusalem, October 11, 2015; Special Dispatch No. 6249, PA Commemorates Perpetrators Of Stabbing Attacks, December 30, 2015.

[2] Al-Hayat Al-Jadida (PA), November 11, 2015.

[3] Al-Hayat Al-Jadida (PA), November 24, 2015.

[4] Al-Ayyam (PA), October 29, 2015.

[5] Amad.ps, November 5, 2015.

[6] Amad.ps, November 7, 2015.

[7] Al-Hayat Al-Jadida (PA), November 24, 2015.

[8] Al-Hayat Al-Jadida (PA), November 25, 2015.

[9] Alquds.co.uk, November 24, 2015.

[10] Al-Ayyam (PA), October 29, 2015.

[11] Alquds.co.uk, November 24, 2015.

[12] Alquds.co.uk, November 24, 2015; Facebook.com/emad.alasfar.9, November 23, 2015.

[13] Al-Hayat Al-Jadida (PA), November 24, 2015.

[14] Al-Ayyam (PA), December 8, 2015.

[15] Alquds.co.uk, November 24, 2015.

[16] Quote from a poem by Palestinian poet Mais Shalash.

[17] Amad.ps, November 7, 2015.

[18] Al-Ayyam (PA), December 12, 2015.

[19] Al-Hayat Al-Jadida (PA), November 11, 2015.

[20] Al-Hayat Al-Jadida (PA), November 25, 2015.

[21] Al-Ayyam (PA), October 29, 2015.

[22] Al-Hayat Al-Jadida (PA), November 24, 2015.

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enero 6, 2016

Hay que tomar en serio las amenazas del ISIS y de Hezbollah. Vídeo VOSE.

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Hay que tomar en serio las amenazas del ISIS y de Hezbollah. Vídeo VOSE.

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enero 6, 2016

Otra vez el libelo de sangre antisemita.

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Si hay algo de lo que se puede acusar a los antisemitas que se autodenominan “solo” antisionistas es su falta de originalidad y su previsibilidad.

Tienen media docena de mentiras que esgrimen de vez en cuando en su afan difamatorio con mas o menos exito: que si los judios (traduzcase por israelies) dominan la banca, que si dominan los medios de comunicacion (esta acusacion es particularmente hilarante viendo la imagen de Israel en los medios occidentales, no digo ya la prensa arabe), que si se dedican a la usura, que si usan sangre de niños en sus ritos, y, por supuesto, que extraen organos de cadaveres para oscuros propositos inconfesos (vimos que esa acusacion fue formulada cuando Israel fue el primer pais del mundo en ayudar a Haiti cuando sufrio aquel pavoroso terremoto enviando un hospital de campaña, entre otras ayudas humanitarias).

Por eso ya tardaban los organos y medios afines a la entidad terrorista “Palestina” en desempolvar el libelo de sangre de los “organos robados”. Ya lo han hecho.

Fuente: Palestinian Media Watch.

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