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Sunday, January 18, 2009

Day One of the "Cease-Fire"

13 missiles and 4 mortars from Hamastan into civilian towns and farms.

Yeahhh, another "cease-fire" to "give peace a chance." Here we (fruitlessly) go again....


I'm too tired to post anything thoughtful, but thanks to Jameel and his crew, I found the link to this:
























Just in case you were in ANY doubt as to my opinion of HAMAS.

Go to the link and you'll see more political comment about the (lack of) courage, morals and manliness of Hamasnikim who fire from schools, mosques, private homes and cemeteries -- when not hiding in their bunkers (under hospitals).

1 Comments:

Blogger Noga said...

The war Israel if fighting is far from over. The real battle, for Israel's right to exist and prosper and for a safer Middle East for our children to grow up in, is yet to be fought. This battle will not be fought in the streets of Gaza but in the halls of the UN and the White House. To win this battle we need a strong government, resolved to do the best for Israel and its citizens.

This is a crucial election where in the fate of the country will be decided. If you want a strong, right-wing government determined to defend Israel's NATIONAL interests, we invite you to participate in a unique, unprecedented event Yisrael Beytenu will be holding this Thursday, January 22nd at the Shalom Hotel in Bayit Vegan, for the English speaking community. Key figures such as Dr. Uzi Landau, Ambassador Danny Ayalon and Adv. David Rotem will speak about the policies and platform of Yisrael Beytenu.

As a party with a history of attracting new immigrants, Yisrael Beytenu has identified the English-speaking community as one of its key constituencies. As proof of this, former Ambassador to the U.S. Ayalon, until recently co-Chair of Nefesh B'Nefesh, was asked to head the Anglo division at Yisrael Beytenu. This stands in stark contradiction to most other political parties which do not assign such a high-profile figure or any significant resources for the Anglo community campaign.

If you wish to hear more about the party that's set to become, according to recent polls, the third largest party in the Knesset, about the party with the highest percentage of women likely to becomes MK's, which also has the highest Anglo on any of the major lists in Danny Hershtal, formerly of Toronto
Come meet out candidates:
Venue: Shalom Hotel, 22 Shacharai Street, Bayit Vegan, Jerusalem (Behind Shaarei Tzedek Hospital)

Date: Thursday, January 22th 2009, at 8:00 PM

For more information or if you wish to help get the word out, please contact us at beytenuanglo@gmail.com

Monday, January 19, 2009 at 2:11:00 PM GMT+2  

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