Sunday, January 25, 2009

Palestinians criticize Hamas

Palestinian women. Photo by AP

Palestinians had hard questions for their leaders, saying, “rockets must end. What did we gain from them? How does Hamas explain thousands of casualties?”

"Our rockets are like pencils compared to those fired by Israel," said one woman in the devastated town of Beit Lahiya. Like many Gazans, she did not want to give her name when making unflattering remarks about the enclave's rulers.

A teacher, who would agree to be named only as Bassem and who is a Fatah supporter, said Hamas showed no regard for Gaza's people by firing rockets.

"Our people are too emotional," Bassem said. "Haniyeh just needs to speak at Friday prayers to patch up the damage, and you'll be surprised to see people clapping and cheering him."

Some Gazans criticised Hamas for continuing to fire rockets after the Israeli ceasefire announcement.

"We know their power was not destroyed, but at least give people a chance to breathe," said a taxi driver who again would not give his name out of fear. "Was what happened not enough?”

Read the article at Ynet

Gaza residents accuse the Islamic militants: “We were prevented from leaving the houses and they were shooting from there. They fired against or beat wildly those who tried to block the way to save their families. They were often children, 16 or 17 years, armed with machine guns.”

The Italian journalist Lorenzo Cremonesi who works with the Corriere della Serra, has confirmed Israeli allegations that Hamas had used civilians as human shields and used ambulances and United Nations buildings in the fighting. Those who tried to drive the terrorists away in order to protect their families were beaten.

Civilians told Cremonesi that they shouted at Hamas and Islamic Jihad terrorists to leave the area to avoid drawing Israeli fire on civilians.

“Go, go out of here! Do you want the Israelis to kill us all? Do you want to see our children die under the bombs? Take away your weapons and missiles.”

The terrorists responded by calling them “traitors,” “collaborators,” “Spies” and “cowards,” and insisted that any civilians killed would be martyrs destined for paradise.

“In any case all will die, like us. Attacking the Jewish Zionists, we are all destined for paradise, you are not happy to die together?”

Civilians also reported that Hamas terrorists disguised themselves as paramedics and drove ambulances during the fighting. In addition, terrorists launched rockets from UN buildings.
Many of these actions are defined as war crimes.

"They knew they were weaker, but they wanted them [the Israelis] to fire on our houses, so they could accuse them of war crimes,” Abu Issa, 42 years, a resident in the neighbourhood of Tel Awa explained.

Cremonesi said it was difficult to gather evidence against Hamas because residents were fearful. Civilians feared that if it was known they spoke against the group, they would be harshly punished, he explained.

Read the article at Arutz Sheva
Original article at Corriere della Serra

Sunday, January 18, 2009

New anti-Semitic attacks in London and Paris

"A short while ago Israeli press reported that a young Jew was stabbed in the Golders Green neighborhood in London, by an Arab-Muslim.

The teenager was hospitalized in serious condition."

"The other day masked thieves who attacked a young man to steal his car repeatedly stabbed him after noticing he was wearing a Jewish symbol, French Interior Minister Michele Alliot-Marie said.

Alliot-Marie condemned the "revolting attack" and said authorities are working to find the perpetrators.

The minister said in a statement that the attackers shouted anti-Semitic threats at the man as they stabbed him four times with a knife in the attack."

I’ve no details on the man’s condition.

Some politicians condemns the anti-Semitic attacks, but what good does that do? It is easy to condemn something without doing anything about it. I wonder of course if the politicians are going to do something about these cowardly crimes, or if everybody can do what they want. OK, maybe not everybody, but the Islamists apparently can. Let’s see if Europe’s politicians continue to be afraid of the Islamists.

Thursday, January 15, 2009

The leader of Sweden’s largest party participated in a demonstration of clear Anti-Semitic elements

Islamists burned an Israeli flag in front of the Israeli embassy in Stockholm. Photo by Sydsvenska Dagbladet.

Mona Sahlin, the leader of the Swedish Social democrats, took part in a demonstration where Hezbollah flags were proudly waved and the flag of Israel was burned.

From Dagens Nyheter

Dror Feiler, initiator and member of the network Gaza Solidarity, appreciated her presence.

“We are pleased that the Social Democrats are with us today in this demonstration. Hope they do not forget this when they sit in the government next time.”

From Gudmundson

The Social democrats is the largest political party in Sweden. Since the loss of power in the elections in 2006 the party chose Mona Sahlin as their new leader. The former party leader Göran Persson took heavy criticism for leaning more towards Israel while prime minister. His successor Mona Sahlin, on the other hand, has created a coalition with the radical Left Party and the Green Party, which both heavily slams Israel.

This private photo shows that at least one portrait of Hassan Nasrallah, the Hizbollah leader, was carried in the Stockholm demonstration, right beneath the speaker's corner at Sergels Torg.

A portrait of Hassan Nasrallah at Sergels Torg.

The Facebook group for Network Gaza Solidarity features films from the demonstration in Stockholm. In one movie a Hamas flag waves just in front of the speaker Dror Feiler.

Another representative, Lars Stjernkvist, who is a former party secretary for the Social democrats, also demonstrated under the Hizbollah flag in Norrköping.

Erik Svansbo, blogger in Norrköping, has pictures from the demo, where Lars Stjernkvist participated under the Hizbollah banner.

Former party secretary for the Social democrats, Lars Stjernkvist, participated under the Hezbollah flag. Photo by Erik Svansbo.

Svansbo writes: "I confronted Stjernkvist with the fact that he was in a rally with Hizbollah. There was nothing strange with that, he said."

Svansbo also noted a sign with swastikas at the demo.

Swastikas in the Norrköping demo against Israel. Photo by Erik Svansbo.

Sydsvenska Dagbladet has pictures from the rally in Malmö where another party heavyweighter, MP Luciano Astudillo (who also is considered to be one of the Social democrat's up and coming, high in rank within party leader Mona Sahlin's gang), gave a speech. Next to him stands a guy with a picture of the leader of Hizbollah, Hassan Nasrallah, on his sweater...

The Malmö rally, where the Social democrat MP Luciano Astudillo gave a speech, saw at least three large Hizbollah flags, according to a video in the Facebook group for the Network Gaza Solidarity.

Sydsvenska Dagbladet also describes the demo in Göteborg, under the headline "Protesters burned Israeli flags": "In connection with the rally on Gustaf Adolf Square white cloth with Israeli symbols were burned, and young men dressed in black kicked around with the soot remains."

Who or what is hamas?

Part 1

Part 2

Monday, January 12, 2009

Terrorist in Sweden, the police does nothing


It is no secret that there are many Muslims in Sweden and Europe. What many don’t now, there are also terrorists among them.

In a Swedish newspaper, you can read about the Palestinian Samia Maqboul, sympathizer to Hamaz. Here is what she thinks:

“I only watch Al-Jazira, they follow everything step by step, and thoroughly. Currently, it has been confirmed that 280 are dead, or martyrs as we call it.

After Hamas fired rockets from the Gaza Strip into southern Israel in recent days, Israel’s revenge did not come as a surprise. But it came unexpectedly quick and was powerful.

“You feel powerless, don’t know what to do. I’m so worried, angry and sad that I feel physically ill. The only thing we can do from here in Sweden, is to demonstrate and show our anger against Israel. We were 300 today and we will go to Israel’s Embassy and shout Israel – murderer tomorrow.”

Although I don’t know someone personally in Gaza, I’m worried about my people. I’m not Hamas, but I sympathize with them. The important thing for us is to get our own country, and I support everyone who fights to have their own country.”

You can read the article here (translated from Swedish to English with google translater).

I agree with what Alejandro Wolff (U.S. representative to the United Nations) said: If you sympathize with them, you are Hamas. So I decided to give the police a call. When I talked to a police officer, she said:

“Actually, I’m not allowed to say this, but the phone number I’ll give you should always be answered by someone. If no one is answering, you have to try again another time.”

After calling 10 times, I gave up. This is currently the general work of the Swedish police, unfortunately.

Saturday, January 10, 2009

Hamas Use Children as Weapon


The UN has been silent to the following criminal activities of the Hamas terrorist organization:

1. Hamas has violated the rights of the Palestinian children abusing them, brainwashing them and inciting them to hate and kill.

2. Hamas has deliberately and exclusively fired missiles at Israeli civilian populations hoping to hurt as many civilians as possible. In 2008 alone, Hamas fired 3,278 rockets and mortars from Gaza to Israeli cities.

3. Hamas has been firing these rockets from within densely populated areas using the Palestinian people as human shields. Mosques, hospitals, kindergartens and children are criminally being used as human shields by Hamas operatives.

Enough is enough. UN: your silence to this brings shame to your institution.

UN + Hamas = True

UN Ambulance Transporting Hamas terrorists in Gaza

Caught on tape by Reuters: UN Ambulance transports Hamas terrorists away from an attack on Israel. I think this happened 2004 or 2006, but it might just as well be happening today.

Why does not the media mention this serious violation of humanitarian law? Have this video in mind when you hear about UN schools being targeted by Israel.

Friday, January 9, 2009

Islamists ran amok in central Oslo

Wherever the Muslims are in the world, there is stone throwing, flag burning and violence of all kinds. The “peaceful and loving religion” is nothing more than a violence-loving sect, who can’t breathe and live without the destruction of non-Muslims.

Oslo was hit by the intefadah, when a quiet and stationary demonstration in support of Israel, was attacked by “Palestinian” friends. Several policeman and others were injured.

Bottles, stones, Molotov cocktails thrown against those who supported Israel and against the police. Fireworks were shot into the crowd and among the police officers. Israeli flags were burnt.

Dagbladet witnessed how an elderly man was kicked down and beaten by 5-6 Arabs, because he had an Israeli flag.

Later, the Islamists also went to attack against the Israeli Embassy.

The goal is clear: “We will not only make your countries to Islam, we will make them to a new Middle East.”

Thursday, January 8, 2009

Who is Mads Gilbert (Norwegian Doctor) and what is he doing with Hamas in Gaza?

In many of Sweden’s biggest newspapers, you can read about what heroes the Norwegian doctors are. Gilbert’s horror stories are on many blogs. But who is he?

Mads Gilbert is among the most driven in Hamas political/war propaganda, and sends SMS text to journalists all over the world.

Gilbert is a Communist politician as a member of the party Red. He has battled for communism for over forty years.

After September 11, 2001 Gilbert defended Al Qaeda’s terror.
When asked if he supported terror against the US he answered:

"Terror is a poor weapon, but my answer is yes.”

They are doctors with a duty to save lives and have experienced terror all over the world. Yet Mads Gilbert defends the terrorist’s moral right to attack targets in the rest of the world.