HaMafia HamaNazi Hamas Baby Killers

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The Institute for Palestine Studies published a detailed report on Gaza’s Tunnel Phenomenon in the summer of 2012. It reported that tunnel construction in Gaza has resulted in a large number of child deaths.

“At least 160 children have been killed in the tunnels, according to Hamas officials”

The author, Nicolas Pelham, explains that Hamas uses child laborers to build their terror tunnels because, “much as in Victorian coal mines, they are prized for their nimble bodies”.

http://www.tabletmag.com/scroll/180400/hamas-killed-160-palestinian-children-to-build-terror-tunnels – 7/25/2014.


Map depicting HamaNazi incursion into Israel.

Map depicting HamaNazi tunneling incursion into Israel.


Shocking stories being told by IDF soldiers who report that Hamas terrorists are using children as human shields – including running toward IDF positions with a gun in one hand and a baby tucked under the arm.

http://www.americanthinker.com/blog/2014/07/soldiers_terrorists_charge_idf_soldiers_holding_babies.html – 7/23/2014.


To sum up: Hamas is not only using child labor, but likely child slavery, in building its terror tunnel network. While the world worries obsessively over the child casualties of Israeli attacks on Hamas targets in Gaza, it has ignored Hamas’s deliberate killing of hundreds of Palestinian children, over the objections of the local populace.

http://www.breitbart.com/Big-Peace/2014/07/27/Report-Hamas-Used-Child-Labor-to-Build-Tunnels-Hundreds-Died – 7/27/2014.






“I have personally seen rockets fired at Israel from hospitals and schools, but we couldn’t strike back because of civilians nearby,” said Lt. Or. “In one instance, we acquired a target but we saw that there were children in the area. We waited around, and when they didn’t leave we were forced to abort a strike on an important target.”

http://www.idfblog.com/blog/2014/07/20/exclusive-interview-iaf-pilots-limit-casualties/ – 7/20/2014.


“We know that Hamas uses human shields. But why would you report this when you are sitting in the middle of the Gaza Strip, surrounded by Hamas gunmen?” — Reporter covering the war, who asked not to be identified.

http://www.gatestoneinstitute.org/4518/media-hamas – 7/27/2014.



The school had served as a shelter for internally displaced Gazans.

Related: Terrorists fire anti-tank missile from Al-Wafa hospital in Gaza The IDF launched an investigation, and army sources said it was unclear whether the area was hit by an Israeli or Palestinian range projectile.

Later Thursday night, the IDF said an initial investigation found that terrorists had opened fire from the vicinity of the school, and that the army returned fire. At the same time, Hamas fired in the general direction of the school, the army said. Civilians in the school were asked to vacate the area, but refused, the army added.

http://www.jpost.com/Operation-Protective-Edge/Hamas-fired-anti-tank-missile-from-UNRWA-school-yard-was-empty-when-IDF-respond-369116 – 7/28/2014.  The paragraph appears at the bottom of the piece, and the note referring to an Hamas-aimed projectile occurs in a related piece published last week: http://www.jpost.com/Operation-Protective-Edge/US-State-Department-UNRWA-school-shelling-underscores-need-to-end-violence-in-Gaza-368833 – 7/24/2014.



“For two days we were trying to move people out of that school in particular and the Beit Hanoun area in general,” said an IDF official who was involved in the interactions between the IDF, UNRWA, and International Red Cross (ICRC) leading up to the incident.

http://joshuapundit.blogspot.com/2014/07/idf-deaths-at-unrwa-school-were-caused.html – 7/27/2014.


From July 24, 2014.

It appears that not only has Hamas been keeping Gazans in the line of IDF fire, if may have fired rounds itself at the school of interest.  Following a forensic investigation — and in the west, such may be reviewed independently with time — it found cause to deny firing the rounds that took more than a dozen noncombatant lives:

http://www.algemeiner.com/2014/07/27/israel-says-deaths-in-unrwa-school-were-not-caused-by-idf-fire/ – 7/27/2014.

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End the Preoccupation! Hamas = HamaNazi – More Cheap Puns and Slogans for the Next New Age

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I have already given this too much time.

Al-Shabaable (Somalia)

Hamacide

HaMafia

HamaNazis

HamAsshole

Islamic Ji-We-Sawed

Muslim Botherhood

Talibanned

TaliBrigand

WannabeeCaliph BadDaddy of the Islamic Hate in Syria and Iraq

Your turn.

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” . . .but we are yet to discover a peaceful one.”

No we haven’t.

Are Egyptians idolaters?

Are modern Germans Nazis?

Are all Somalians al-Shabbab? If so you better tell them so they can stop being slaughtered by the same.

What happens when warfare slips from the conventions of columns, flags, and uniforms? That is part of what has happened. Mafia have crept into the sub-basement of the field: no uniforms, no nationality, many languages, no problem “blending in” until they’re comfortable in some space, and then the signal visual affectations arrive. They don’t get everybody either: they make enemies with every inch of ground claimed (by their own authority backed by the threat of unpredictable violence). I think the constituencies fed up with them and those aligned but doubtful should be helped to separate from them in every way possible.

PakDef just rolled up into Waziristan in an attempt to prosecute a conventional war by evacuating the entire space and going into kill who was left to resist (or not — some innocents couldn’t leave). On top of that travesty, they let the barbers get between their assault and the men with red beards. (Head slap with an “oy vey!” right there).

Military address the outer shell of this challenge — that’s how the checkpoints, fences, and walls and a lot of intelligence save lives — but stronger medicine is needed to combat some thought processes (which I distill as “gonna be safe locally” or “gonna get somethin’”) and armor against the seduction of delusional promises and pandering speech.

French, German, and Italian governments through their leaders without prompting repudiated in the past day Gaza-based anti-Semitic riots in their own spheres. The fathers and grandfathers and uncles or other relations of the same could well have been fascists or collaborators with the Nazis, but they are not that today.

When the machinery of war stopped moving, what happened?


People die of contagious disease too, but I think it much more evil when they do so — when they get others to do so — for some evil that dwells in language, preoccupies the imagination, and spills out into a hateful and violent presence in the world surrounding their own.

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But since Hamas plants its terror network beneath schools, hospitals and mosques, such a bombing mission would have involved high Palestinian casualties. So Israel decided not to level Gaza and send Sean in. He died so as to minimize Palestinian losses. I just came back from where his family is sitting Shiva, the Jewish custom of mourning. There were no anti-Arab speeches, no signs of militarism, just the tremendous grief of parents burying a child. As a journalist, I sat there and hung my head in shame, overwhelmed by the simple truth that while journalists feign concern for Palestinian kids, they are actually creating the environment for their deaths.

Read more: Those TV cameras responsible for civilian deaths in Gaza | Simcha Jacobovici | Ops & Blogs | The Times of Israel http://blogs.timesofisrael.com/cnn-bbc-and-the-like-are-responsible-for-civilian-deaths-in-gaza/#ixzz38VBPlasn Follow us: @timesofisrael on Twitter | timesofisrael on Facebook - 7/23/2014.

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They Hate our Freedom

Originally posted on And the Words became Books:

Quintan Wiktorowicz, Radical Islam Rising: Muslim Extremism in the West (Lanham: Rowman & Littlefield, 2005).

Omar BakriWhy would sensible, British citizens put their lives at risk by joining an extremist terrorist organization? Why would they break with family and friends, donate a third of their income to the organization, and travel to Israel with bombs hidden inside their Qur’ans? In Radical Islam Rising (2005)Quintan Wiktorowicz, a prominent expert in Islamic social movements, interviews rank and file activists of Al-Muhajiroun to find out what makes them tick. Al-Muhajiroun is a UK-based terrorist movement that was founded by Omar Bakri Muhammad (1958- ) in 1983. Bakri led the movement until 2005, when he was expelled from the UK. Leaving behind his British wife and their seven children, Omar moved to Beruit. In 2008 he married a second wife and had two more children. He is now facing the death penalty in Lebanon while his…

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“An anti-Semitic Tinge”

Originally posted on firstonethrough:

Pulitzer Prize winner William Safire used to write for the New York Times “On Language.” His fascinating articles would describe the etymology of words; their usage and context. He spent years as a speechwriter for US President Nixon, followed by decades writing for the Times. He had a unique appreciation for words. Safire would not appreciate the New York Times abuse of language today.

Some words are seldom used in daily speech. When heard or seen, we understand that there is a particular purpose and nuance for their application.  Even in comedy.

The old TV sitcom “Seinfeld” had a funny skit about George being set up on a blind date by his friend Jerry. George had a long list of questions to qualify his interest. When asking about her face he said: “Is there a pinkish hue?” The question puzzled his friend Jerry who was setting him up: “A pinkish…

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FTAC – MEC – “Don’t Say You Didn’t Ask” – Distillation

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I haven’t been funded for focus, and that has led to a broad reading experience in this area but not mastery of any part. What I have been able to do is distill some themes and and reintroduce some basics and that has led to some terse formulations that others may use to springboard into new journeys and (a phrase I’ve been using lately) _come forward_ of familiar but perhaps stuck historical positions.

An example: Hillel the Elder (35BCE-10CE) | Jesus-Paul-Constantine | Muhammad.

It’s a poem.

Putin-Assad-Khamenei | Putin-Yanukovych | Russia-China

The world knows how they do business. :)

On the Middle East Conflict –

Soviet Era – Pan-Arab Nationalism | Malignant Narcissist Manipulation – Autocratic Totalitarian Culture

Arab vs Persian Islamism | Fascist Theocratic Kleptocracy

Now you can take a puzzle piece like Bashar al-Assad and see how and where it fits, and the same may be done with Hamas. The language-conveyed expectations and myths expressed by either either may also be codified, bounded, known, and dismissed, evolved, or otherwise put into perspective.

The “Middle East Conflict” has nothing to do with human rights or real estate. It has to do with civilizational self-concept, human behavior, the embrace of ethics and ideals, and allowance or permit or what Assad represents — or Hamas or the iIDF — and then simply choices about a bored child’s question: “What do you want to do now? How do you want to live now”?

I would like to see a global evolving peaceful cultural polyphony smooth along a little bit with planning and tuned toward greater human potential and its realization.

That is a form of believer’s humanism.

Don’t say you didn’t ask.

:D


Someone asked for my opinion on a thread.

Another drop of e-paragraph elixir.


Hamas made a lot of promises on its way into power — everything was going to be okay by their claim — but they are malignantly narcissistic, a familiar profile for dictators, and while glorifying themselves, they have also cheated, intimidated, manipulated, and plundered much of Gaza (and the world, considering the plethora of funding streams involved) and now demand that Israel cease to exist (truly, that was Mashaal’s within the last day or so) to fulfill their own grandiose delusions about themselves. Like a bad daddy (trust me), it’s hard seeing them accurately when they’re close and a little unbelievable seeing them from a distance either in space or time.


. . . how do you feel about the information imparted by Electronicintifada, the International Solidarity Movement, the Palestinian Solidarity Movement, Code Pink :) , Ma’an News Agency (I actually kind of like them as they seem to report about as much as they can without drawing party thugs into their offices, i.e., they leave information out of their stories, e.g., they’ll report arrests but not causes for the same)?


http://www.meforum.org/522/the-smoking-gun-arab-immigration-into-palestine There are a lot of partisan “hate-peace peace groups” for the middle east conflict on Facebook. Some are barbaric. Some are collegial. A few are open. The true divide if interpreted through the filter of political psychology:

Adhesion to Loyalty vs Promotion of Integrity.

I don’t lie to you or anyone (or deceive people who are somehow different from myself) or spin this material, and if at times I’m . . . then I’m wrong. I apologize about it, make amends or corrections, and move on.

In a mafia state — doesn’t have to be religious — a loyal lie may better than survival than the telling of an uncomfortable truth. It just takes more courage to tell the truth, and it helps to tell the truth in an atmosphere more encouraging of it. Where partisan intimidation is present — and lies are invented, told, and sustained to either pander to listeners or to develop power over the same — things don’t work so well, partially because everything becomes based on lies.


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FTAC – Open Letter to a Pakistani Friend Regarding Hamas Inhumanity

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Hi, N.,

I am so sorry for these upside-down wars driven by a malevolent mindset.

When Ayesha Siddiqa writes, “It is interesting to see how people engaged in social media are calling out people who seem to be slow or timid in condemning Israeli atrocities,” one wants to note, even merely suggest, that its Hamas that invites war by making war on the Jews, Israel first (Israel, incidentally, is 20 percent Muslim).

Smuggling tunnels, tunnels into Israel, tunnels leading to underground launch sites, tunnels for everything but use as bomb shelters for the residents of Gaza . . . that’s the truth: then humans and civilian sites, including UN schools, for shielding rockets, launch sites, manufacturing elements.

As with most anti-Semitic / anti-Zionists (the two are inseparable) political cant, the lie appears in the first or second paragraph. Baldfaced dishonest, meddling, mischief-making. It sounds loyal to the ear. It panders. But it does not bear examination.

By the accidents of fate and technology, I have been a part of the Islamic Small Wars for more than seven years, not a long time in a scholar’s life, but long enough to note that Muslim-on-Muslim violence predominates in the world’s obviously troubled Islamic-majority states, that “more Islam” as al-Qaeda to Taliban would have it has meant only more death and plunder for the Islamists, and that the demonizing of Jews and the Jewish-majority state of Israel, which is actually a vibrant people-aiding — ALL people aiding — secular society, again itself 20 percent Muslim with the same treated by law like everyone else, Jewish, Christian, Sunni, Shiite, Baha’i Buddhist, Hindu, and so on. Wherefore then Ayesha Seddiqa’s familiar Jew hate in the name of Islam?

Take another look at Israel: hospital care for Palestinian children: routine; provision of all basic services continuing despite open warfare; higher education services for qualified Palestinian students — long offered and often fulfilled (some of that has changed, I don’t know the details); trade economy — Israel is Gaza’s first export customer, and it does not impede business and trade development by Gaza beyond Israel.

Pakistan has its own now long history of suffering directly at the hands of bomb-making, mosque-destroying fanatics. Jews have never been a part of that and never will be. That is not who we are. With regard to Gaza, we regret every single death with perhaps the exception of those actually doing the building, aiming, and firing of rockets at our own children. Our IDF frequently aborts launch-site or rocket-destroying missions in light of the presence of noncombatants in the target. Ask Bashar al-Assad — or Baghdaddi’s Islamic state now sowing mayhem and murder throughout Iraq — to consider that kind of consideration for humanity.

A well funded and long-planned propaganda campaign has been launched against Israel, but the funny thing is it has been launched against you too. It takes you in. It tells you that for being Muslim, you are wonderful, which might be true, Muslim or not, but then your nominal co-religionists in the Muslim Brotherhood, and they show the world what their idea of Islam is about, and then they push children and families — not their own — in front of an army legitimately defending its children, its families, its people, Jewish in majority but larger than that and democratic, open, and generous.

The “sides” engaged in The Islamic Small Wars may not be anything like what they first appear to be.

The Jews tell the truth. We don’t lie. We accept criticism. We believe in ourselves and we believe in mankind, and we go to work on those beliefs, providing emergency and health services — and emergency charity services to all, worldwide, and much including Pakistan: we’re a small entity in the world, but when there’s an earthquake, we give what we can give.

Those who wish to destroy us would seem to be manipulated to rally around bigotry and hate as well as a mode poisoning every aspect of their lives and their communities. Where they would exclude, we include. We don’t know where the current fighting will go, but if Hamas is gone and war is finished for a time in this enclave between Israel and Egypt, who have been pushed more together because of this deeply egotistical Brotherhood affiliate, we will be there to help our neighbors, even deeply resentful with enmity, recover.


Referenced: Ayesha Siddiqa’s article appearing today in Pakistan’s Express Tribune

The Palestinian Cause as a rallying point, the tropes that go with that, belie an inhumanity most apparent in Pakistan where terrorists have for years routinely attacked facilities, including mosques, and populating,much including minorities, with near impunity, and the state has fought back with military and paramilitary forces in ways that have gone dismally hard on innocents caught in the middle of the violence.  Those victims of the Islamic Small Wars would seem to be forced to experience the worst of both worlds, for who really embraces their well being and security?

It should not take a Jew to ask that question.

However, apparently, it does.

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