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Tuesday, August 28, 2007

Whose genocide will it be?
The real truth about who is killing who

Whose genocide will it be?

John R Thompson from Townhall.com writes an article exposing who really is behind the mass murder of millions of civilians.

Throughout most of the Muslim world, in virtually all media and with hardly a whimper of demurral, the charge is leveled and endlessly reiterated: the United States, frequently with its hated accomplice Israel, is labeled the world's modern leader in genocide. Led by George Bush, supported by his Zionist accomplices, it is charged the genocide is aimed at one segment of society: Muslims.

In madrassas and mosques, in the press and on television, with hardly an American much less Muslim voice raised to counter the calumnies, we, who consider ourselves the defenders of life and liberty, are charged, tried and convicted as the perpetrators of massive Muslim massacres from Detroit's Arab community to Darfur and to all points east. [continued]...

The real truth as to who is behind the murder of millions of civilians is shocking. If you care about the truth this is a must read article:
Whose Genocide will it be?


Opinion Piece: Moshe Ya'alon seeing throught the haze and facing false assumptions.

False Assumptions

YNet news.com: Opinion: Moshe Ya'alon

"Unless Tony Blair, Condoleezza Rice and other emissaries shake off the conventional wisdom that settling the Israel-Palestinian conflict is a prerequisite for Middle East stability, their visits to the region will be nothing more than mere meddling"

Bagelblogger: Moshe Ya'alon sees through the haze surrounding the Palestinian Israel conflict and other conflicts. The west needs to drop its shield of Political correctness and see the truth for what it is. This opinion piece pulls no punches, yet it is exactly what the west needs to face up to.

Read the full article here: False Assumptions

Artwork by Bagelblogger


Monday, August 27, 2007

Anger over 'blasphemous' soccer balls

Anger over 'blasphemous' balls

BBC News

A demonstration has been held in south- east Afghanistan accusing US troops of insulting Islam after they distributed footballs bearing the name of Allah.

The balls showed the Saudi Arabian flag which features the Koranic declaration of faith.

The US military said the idea had been to give something for Afghan children to enjoy and they did not realise it would cause offence.

The footballs were dropped from a helicopter in Khost province.

Some displayed flags from countries all over the world, including Saudi Arabia, which features the shahada, one of the five pillars of Islam - the declaration of faith.

Bagelblogger: The US is accused of supplying 'blasphemous balls', massive protests occur..
No one reflects that people were trying to be generous and charitable.

Islamic Fundamentalists are empowered by hate, always needing to be full of rage. Its really quite sad that the very same Fundamentalists who accuse the US soldiers of ignorance in supplying 'blasphemous soccer balls' are just as likely to be destroying five thousand year old statues from previous epochs and other religions.

If they were to judge themselves by their own measures for others they would measure up quite badly.


Thursday, August 16, 2007

Facing the real truth:
seeing through the haze

Pictures from Video Captured of Insurgents in Iraq.

Notice the sophisticated rocketry and the civilian dress. These insurgents are able to blend in with civilians at a seconds notice. If they were to be caught in an attack, they would be paraded as 'civilian causalities', the US needs to face its real Enemy.

There's a certain paradoxical irony happening in Iraq right now.

Due to the losses the US is sustaining in Iraq, the US government, military and its citizens are in a state of absolute denial.

They desperately deny what is so blatantly obvious.

The paradox is the very reason for denying the obvious is actually being manipulated by the very country that is causing so many US causalities.

Make sure you read this very important article:
State of War


Another 'Kerem Shalom' attack in the making?

IDF uncovers tunnel from Gaza to Israel

An underground tunnel stretching towards Israel from the northern Gaza Strip and hidden by a Palestinian greenhouse was discovered by the IDF on Tuesday, security forces reported on Wednesday.

According to the report, Palestinian terror organizations hoped to fill the tunnel with bombs, which would then be detonated under an unspecified Israeli civilian or military target. The army is also checking into the possibility that gunmen intended to use the tunnel to infiltrate into Israel.

Bagelblogger: It never ceases to amaze me the effort Palestinian militants put in to being destructive. Sixty Years of UN assistance and funding and nothing to show except a thriving operation in home made weapons and death. This latest tunnel appears eirely similar to the situation at Kerem Shalom where Palestinian militants use a tunnel to enter into Israel and attack IDF soldiers from behind.


It's alright because we're giving you a few more weapons.

US, Israel to initial $30b. military aid package

The US and Israel are scheduled to sign a memorandum of understanding on Thursday outlining the $30 billion defense aid package Washington will provide Jerusalem over the next decade.

One wonders the motives and rationale behind selling certain Middle Eastern countries $US 20 Billion in advanced weaponry? Then to proceed to justify this massive weapon sale by assuring Israel that it will receive $US 30 Billion in weapons.

Just enough weapons to really kill each other, but with a bit of luck Israel should be able to survive.

Wouldn't it make more sense to not sell the weapons to the enemy in the first place? Or is greed the only motive behind the lastest arms deal.


Friday, August 10, 2007

Palestinian Journalists Pressured to Lie About Deaths

Hamas: Subverting the truth
Camera Blog

In the print edition of Ha'aretz today, Avi Issacharoff reports on the death of two Arab children in Beit Lahiya, ages 8 and 6, hit by a Palestinian rocket that fell short. He wrote:
"No group claimed responsibility."
Palestinian journalists, however, were pressured to report that the children were killed by an Israeli bombardment.

Bagelblogger: Am I suprised? Not in the slightest. Not even in the midst of the sadness of two children dying does Hamas stop for one second from weaving their wicked lies.
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