Avid Editor's Insights

ANOTHER TRUTH pt 1 , pt 2 and pt 3

Posted by avideditor on March 8, 2008

A sad but true look at the look of the jihadis that call themselves Palestinian

ANOTHER TRUTH pt 1 , pt 2 and pt 3: “

PART ONE

 

Palestinian children wear white and fake blood as they march during a rally against Israeli strikes in Gaza, in the Jebaliya refugee camp, northern Gaza Strip, Friday, Feb. 29, 2008. Israel’s deputy defense minister warned on Friday of a disaster in the Gaza Strip after Israel activated an air raid system to protect a major city from increasingly threatening Palestinian rocket barrages. The Arabic on large banner at top reads’Stop assassinating childhood in PalestineThe blood here is real Israeli bloodBlood is seen on a religious text inside a Jewish religious school after a shooting attack in Jerusalem March 6, 2008YES REAL BLOOD

NOW GET A LOAD OF THIS18 Mar, 1968 2 killed, 28 children injured in landmine attack on school bus in Negev desert6 Mar, 1969 29 injured (mostly students) by bomb in cafeteria at Hebrew University, Jerusalem8 May, 1970 there was a brutal attack on an Israeli school bus by Palestinian terrorists who crossed the Lebanese border.Avivim, an agricultural community established in 1963, is just metres from the border with Lebanon. Settled and built from the ground up by Moroccan immigrants, the majority of the residents belonged to one of two families; Peretz or Biton. The local council bus picked up children each morning to take them to two schools.The terrorists knew the schedule of the bus and were able to ambush it. They fired on the bus, killing the adults instantly. The bus driver continued until he himself was shot. Then the bus crashed, injuring many of the remaining children. The attack caused the death of 9 children (aged between six and nine) and 3 adults, and left 19 others crippled for life.20 May, 1970 12 killed, 19 injured (mostly children) in attack on school bus with three bazooka rockets11 April , 1974 a team of three members of the Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine General Command penetrated the Israeli border town of Kiryat Shmona from Lebanon. Although they had apparently been instructed to take hostages, they instead entered an apartment building and killed all eighteen residents they found there, including nine children. The terrorists then barricaded themselves in one of the apartments and were eventually killed in an exchange of fire with Israeli forces.May 15, 1974 (Israel’s Independence Day) a group of 11th grade students from Safed (Tsfat) were on a field trip to the Golan, a full day of hikes. That night, the children were housed at a school in Ma’alot where they slept on the floor. During the night, three Arab terrorists dressed as IDF soldiers attacked the school, killing the guard and some of the children. Some of the children escaped by jumping out of a window on the second floor and the rest were held as hostages.In the morning the terrorists were identified as members of the Democratic Front for the Liberation of Palestine (DFLP) who had infiltrated from Lebanon. The DFLP is a Marxist-Leninist and formerly pro-Soviet group that split from the Popular Font for the Liberation of Palestine (PFLP) in 1969. They presented their demands: release Arab terrorists from Israeli prisons, or they will start to kill the children. The deadline was set at 6:00PM the same day.The Knesset met in emergency session. Although Israel’s policy forbid negotiation with terrorists, the plight of the children forced an exception. By 3:00PM a decision was reached to negotiate, but the terrorists refused a request for more time.At 5:45PM a unit of the elite Golani brigade stormed the building. All of the terrorists were killed in the assault, but not before they took the lives of 21 children. There were a total of 26 victims, including several people murdered by the terrorists on their way to the school the night before.

In Beirut, eloquent demonstrations honoring the fallen fedayeen as noble martyrs of the cause were ordered by Nayef Hawatmeh, the DFLP leader.

7 Apr 1980 3 killed (1 child, 1 soldier, 1 civilian), 16 injured (4 children, 10 soldiers, 1 civilian, 1 other) in attack in Misgav Am Kibbutz; 5 terrorists seize a children’s dormitory and take 9 infants hostage, with casualties incurred during attempted rescue; all terrorists killed26 Oct 1986 1 injured when terrorist attempts to gain control of bus filled with students, intending to crash bus26 Oct 1986 1 injured when terrorist attempts to gain control of bus filled with students, intending to crash bus29 Oct 1998 1 soldier killed by car bomb driven into jeep escorting a school bus in Gaza20 Nov 2000 2 killed, 9 injured (including 5 children) by roadside bomb exploding next to a school bus near Gush Katif2 Mar 2002 10 killed (including 6 children), over 50 injured by suicide bomber in Orthodox neighborhood of Jerusalem; the terrorist detonated the bomb next to a group of women with baby carriages outside a synagogue31 Jul 2002 7 killed (including 4 U.S. citizens and 1 U.S.-French citizen) and 86 injured in explosion of bomb planted in cafeteria at Hebrew University’s Mt. Scopus campus28 Jun 2004 2 killed (including 1 child), 11 injured by Kassam rocket striking near a nursery school in Sderot, Gaza Strip

Jun 30, 2006

Hamas threatens to hit infrastructure

Hamas’s armed wing, Izaddin al-Kassam, on Sunday threatened to attack infrastructure facilities inside Israel, including schools, hospitals and universities. The threat, the first of its kind since Hamas won the parliamentary election last January, was issued in response to continued Israeli military strikes in the Gaza Strip.

‘If they continue with these attacks, we will strike at targets in Zionist territory that we have not struck until now,’ said the organization’s spokesman.

AND THE WEST STILL THROWS CASH AT THE PALISVINE

March 6, 2008

 

JERUSALEM — A mass shooting in a Jewish religious school in Jerusalem last night killed at least eight people and wounded 10 others, dealing a near-lethal blow to fragile Israeli-Palestinian peace talks.It was the largest such attack in the city since the height of the intifada in 2003, and the worst single-incident death toll from a Palestinian attack since a 2006 suicide bombing at a falafel stand in Tel Aviv that killed nine.Despite initial witness reports of two attackers, Israeli police said later there was just one gunman, shot dead inside the school’s library.The gunman entered the school, or yeshiva, just after 8:30 p.m., and was said to have hidden his gun inside a bag or cardboard box. He began shooting in the entrance before moving to the library.Yitzhak Danon, a student, told Israel’s Channel 2 television that an Arab man wearing torn jeans fired for several minutes at students in the library, using an AK-47 assault rifle. ‘I saw the gunman, and he fired a long burst in the air. But then he disappeared,’ Mr. Danon said. ‘I saw him again when he approached the door of the library. I shot him twice in the head. He started to sway and then someone else with a rifle fired at him, and he died.’That shot was fired by an Israeli army officer who lived nearby and came running when he heard gunfire.The shooting was still going on even as the first ambulances arrived. ‘They was still shooting when we got here,’ paramedic Yaron Tzuker told Israel’s Channel 10 television. ‘We took cover and the ambulance was hit. It’s horrible inside – dead bodies and wounded – it’s horrific.’

An Israeli rescue worker from Zaka holds a body bag as he stands next to six covered bodies at the Merkaz Harav Yeshiva in Jerusalem. Israel went on alert as crowds mourned eight teens killed by a Palestinian at a Jewish religious school in an attack claimed by Hamas
A member of the Israeli emergency service Zaka stands next to a weapon and spent ammunition inside a Jewish religious school after a shooting in Jerusalem March 6, 2008

 

Hamas supporters in Jebaliya camp, northern Gaza Strip, celebrate the attack on a Jewish seminary March 6, 2008. Hamas vows more attacks

GAZA CITY–Hamas militants in the Gaza Strip praised yesterday’s deadly attack on a rabbinical seminary and thousands of Palestinians took to the streets of Gaza to celebrate.

Hamas stopped just short of claiming responsibility for the Jerusalem shootings, which left nine people dead including the gunman.

‘We bless the operation. It will not be the last,’ Hamas said in a statement sent to reporters by text message.

At mosques in Gaza City and the northern Gaza Strip, many residents performed prayers of thanksgiving, only performed in cases of great victory.

The United Nations, United States, Russia, France, Britain and Germany all condemned the school shooting.

Bush assured Ehud Olmert, the Israeli Prime Minister, of full US support.

How many times do we hear this from how many leaders over the last forty years, since the 18 Mar, 1968 where the pali scum where behind 2 killed, 28 children injured in landmine attack on school bus in Negev desert

AFTER 40 YEARS OF THESE ATTACKS ON PLACES OF LEARNING THE WEST IS STILL POURING AID ON THESE MURDEROUS MOSLEMS

PART TWO

Palestinian Muslims celebrate the cold-blooded murder of eight Jewish seminary students in the name of their god.

Israel gunman’s identity revealed

Alaa Abu Idheim, 26, was a bus driver who lived with his family on School Street on Jbel (Mountain in Arabic) Mukhaber, a high piece of ground overlooking Jerusalem to the south of the city.

He drove for a bus company that specialised in driving schoolchildren and students. Israeli police were investigating reports Abu Idheim had driven students from the yeshiva he attacked on Thursday night.

His home lies within East Jerusalem, the traditionally Arab part of the city, and from the point of view of the Israeli security services, Abu Idheim’s emergence as a terrorist was a nightmare scenario.

For the past four years Israel has built at huge expense, both financially and in terms of international standing, a barrier to keep the 2.4 million Palestinians in the West Bank separate from Israel.

The barrier – a wall in some areas and a fence in others – was supposed to provide safety for Israelis by making it difficult for hostile Arabs to get at them.

But East Jerusalem was kept on the Israeli side of the wall and its 200,000-strong Arab population have no wall or fence separating them from Israelis.

The fact Abu Idheim came from this population means the Israeli security services must rethink completely in terms of controlling East Jerusalem’s Arab population.Within minutes of his being shot dead, his East Jerusalem identity document – coloured distinctive Israeli blue rather than the orange of a West Bank – had alerted Israeli police to this awkward fact.

They rushed round to School Street and, according to neighbours, arrested several members of Abu Idheim’s family and took them in for questioning.

By early morning yesterday FRI the family’s compound had been turned into a funeral tent for Abu Idheim with plastic chairs lined up to receive mourners and flags of resistance movements hostile to Israeli flapping in the early spring breeze.

There were the green flags of Hamas, the militant Palestinian group, a yellow one symbolising Hizbollah, the Lebanese shia group, and a single, stark black flag to represent mourning.

PART THREE

 

UNITED NATIONS (AP) — For the second time in two months, Libya on Thursday blocked the U.N. Security Council from condemning violence and unrest in the Middle East.

In closed-door discussion among the 15-nation council’s diplomats, Libya insisted the statement should be ‘balanced’ by including condemnation of Israeli actions in Gaza, a Libyan U.N. representative said after the meeting. 

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5 Responses to “ANOTHER TRUTH pt 1 , pt 2 and pt 3”

  1. powerful stuff Avid. Amazing photos and the litany of attacks against Israelis in Part One is breathtaking.

    Awesome job.

  2. avideditor said

    Holger Awakens,
    I really wish I wrote this myself. I just found it on another blog and posted it here. If you click on the blue highlighted name of the story it takes you to the original story. I wish I had a blog like yours. I am just not there yet. I should change the name of my blog to Avid Editor’s Insights to Avid Editor’s Findings. Thanks for visiting my blog. Hopefully I will start writing close to as good stuff as I find.
    Aaron

  3. Chaya said

    Good job! I just sent it to a yahoo group I belong to.

  4. Chaya said

    I belong to Facebook; so I sent a link of your blog to all of my friends.

  5. avideditor said

    Thanks Chaya i am glad you are enjoying my blog. Any suggestions?

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