Media Creation Of A Need For Israel To Give Away Land
Staged Stoning Episode Using Children
In a Video featured on Arutz Sheva's Sept 10, 2010 edition (Click here to see the full story) a group of children are encouraged by Photographers and Camera people to stand in the street on a blind curve and throw rocks at Jewish cars as they turn. The video shows one young boy (about 11) and a friend running in front of a car coming down the blind curve. He gets hit and thrown into the air. The Jewish family obviously afraid to be hurt drives off. The cameras are all around this obviously staged fake stoning incident. Interestingly enough, no ambulance is called, nor are police! Although the boys parents did go to police who picked up the driver for questioning: As Arutz Sheva reports: "Mr. Be'eri was detained by police for questioning. He told them that he was simply trying to escape the ambush, as he was afraid for his safety and that of his young son, who was in the car with him. He had not seen the boys running at his car, he said. (how could he?) The incident was caught on film and uploaded to YouTube, where it was titled, "Palestinian kids get run over by Jewish man." If you notice, the photographers (the "moral paradigms of who is virutuous and not) are so anxious to get pictures of the violence they just set up this kid to do, that they don't stop to help the child who was just hit. They run over busily snapping away...
Arab Lynch Mob In Front Of News Cameras Ambushing Jews In CarThe Arabs shown here, have a full entourage of international Press behind them. (Thats how this video is here today). The cameras are waiting for a televised murder. The Arabs are looking to ambush a Jewish car, when one approaches some of them first ask the Orthodox driver if he is Jewish. For some reason, he doesn't try to back the car up and just runs off leaving the second passenger at the mobs mercy. They proceed to beat the other man, a Jewish soldier and destroy the car with the cameras encouragement.
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NBC Reports That Gaza Is "Poverty Stricken"To see for yourself, go to: (Click Here To See) On NBC's "Questions and Answers" This was posted today in response to why Israel is attacking Gaza: Q&A: The history behind Israel's Gaza offensive
Years of tensions and violence have led to the present assault
The article questions:
What's life like in Gaza?
Difficult. Conditions for regular Gazans, many of whom live in refugee camps, have deteriorated dramatically in recent years, with 80 percent living on less than $2.30 per day, according to the United Nations. Two-thirds of all Palestinians do not have access to a sewage system.
Yours truly did not sit still. Curious to see for ourselves what life is like in Gaza, the Chabad4Israel staff went to Google Earth (hardly an Israel loving site). Perhaps someone posted pictures of their dire poverty? What we found could hardly be called by any distant imagining: "Poverty Stricken".
As such, we penned a comment to NBC on their (perhaps) oversight in not noticing the lack of poverty in Gaza Strip. We highly recommend that you do too: Dear NBC,
On your site: Q&A: The history behind Israel's Gaza offensive (see: www.msnbc.msn.com/id/28421427)
So there you ask:
"What's life like in Gaza?
(NBC answers:) "Difficult.
Conditions for regular Gazans, many of whom live in refugee camps, have deteriorated dramatically in recent years, with 80 percent living on less than $2.30 per day, according to the United Nations. Two-thirds of all Palestinians do not have access to a sewage system." Well NBC, we just went on GoogleEarth to "look for ourselves".
Thank G-d, there are no shortage of pictures that Gazan's themselves have generously posted up to Google of their "poverty stricken" conditions. Uhm..
Looking at the pictures, one see's a quite wealthy area with fancy villas, gorgeous apartment buildings, parks, children being entertained in a park by a clownie. Why it looks like it could be New York City! I mean, look at this: http://www.panoramio.com/photo/17621768. Pretty nice! Nicer than my doofy house here in the States.
Or this: http://www.panoramio.com/photo/28538003 (Is this Miami??)
Maybe this: http://www.panoramio.com/photo/47846616.
How about this plaza? http://www.panoramio.com/photo/38233229 -
Now this is really nice: http://www.panoramio.com/photo/47543602
This rural area? http://www.panoramio.com/photo/16826178
Some kids: http://www.panoramio.com/photo/44818961
More cute Kids: http://static.panoramio.com/photos/original/44818954.jpg
It looks pretty nice! Did NBC miss something?
I mean, even the desert looks well taken care of...
All the very best There are sooo many pictures. Please dear viewer go look for yourself at what NBC calls: "Poverty Stricken". On the same page NBC asks:
"What Is Hamas?"
(We had to leave Some comment on what they whitewashed:)
Under Your "What's Hamas?" Question, you forgot to point out a few crucial points that directly link Hamas to Hebullah and while you do point out that "Yes, Hamas is listed on the US list of Terrorist Groups." After this, you are quick to point out the great acts of humanitarianism that Hamas is involved with. But what you neglect to point out where they are getting funding from. DEA did not forget. Nor did AP, CBS, CNS or even NBC.
HAMAS and Hezbullah are listed (in the same breath) by the US Drug Enforcement Bureau as part of a world wide mafia ring running drugs so they can be be sold to your children here in America, Britain, Canada, South Africa, Australia and France (to name a few places) to support terror in the Middle East. (see CNS News June 8, 2010) To Quote CNS (which quotes DEA officials and a Congressional Report): (see full article: http://www.cnsnews.com/news/article/67377) (CNSNews.com) - Amid growing concern about the illicit drug trade across the U.S.-Mexico border, the terrorist groups Hezbollah and Hamas have been linked to South American drug trafficking organizations–and the money Hezbollah and Hamas make from narco-trafficking is used to finance their organizations, according to the non-partisan Congressional Research Service (CRS). “International terrorist groups, including Hamas and Hezbollah, have also reportedly raised funding for their terrorist activities through linkages formed with DTOs in South America, particularly those operating in the tri-border area (TBA) of Brazil, Paraguay, and Argentina,” stated CRS in an April 30 report. As evidence that Hezbollah and Hamas are doing business with South American drug traffickers, CRS referred to comments by Anthony Placido, the assistant administrator for intelligence at the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration. In testimony before a House Oversight and Government Reform subcommittee on March 3, Placido stated, “Some DTOs based in the tri-border area have ties to radical Islamic terrorist groups such as Hezbollah. It is important to note that this is not an emerging threat per se, but one that has existed since the late 1980s or early 1990s,” he added. “Investigations into these groups as part of DEA’s Drug Flow Prevention Strategy reveal DTOs are exporting cocaine from South America to Europe and the Middle East,” Placido testified. “There are numerous reports of cocaine proceeds entering the coffers of Islamic Radical Groups (IRG) such as Hezbollah and Hamas in Europe and the Middle East.” Placido warned of the “danger” resulting from drug trafficking organizations and Islamic radical groups engaging in the lucrative cocaine trade: It “can lead to an unlimited source of cheap and easy revenue to carry out potential terrorist acts,” he said. Hezbollah is a Lebanese-based terrorist organization with ties to Iran. It was formed in 1982 by Lebanese Shiite Muslim clerics who supported Iran’s Islamic revolution. Hamas is the Arabic acronym for "Islamic Resistance Movement.” The terrorist group, dedicated to the eradication of Israel, is now based in the Gaza Strip. Both Hamas and Hezbollah are designated as terrorist organizations by the U.S. government. 'Strategic relationships' a concern
The DEA has not yet responded to a request for comment on the CRS report. However, Michael Braun, the DEA’s former administrator and chief of operations, told CNSNews.com, “What concerns me the most is the fact that the cocaine trade brings Hezbollah and Hamas into very close contact with Colombian and Mexican drug trafficking cartels.”
(see full article: http://www.cnsnews.com/news/article/67377) CBS reported (from AP) the following in Sept1, 2002:
(see full article: http://www.cbsnews.com/stories/2002/09/01/attack/main520457.shtml) (AP) Federal authorities say they have amassed evidence for the first time that an illegal drug operation in the United States was funneling proceeds to Middle East terrorist groups like Hezbollah. Evidence gathered by the Drug Enforcement Administration since a series of raids in January indicates that a methamphetamine drug operation in the Midwest involving men of Middle Eastern descent has been shipping money back to terrorist groups, officials said. "There is increasing intelligence information from the investigation that for the first time alleged drug sales in the United States are going in part to support terrorist organizations in the Middle East," DEA administrator Asa Hutchinson said. DEA officials said the men, most of whom were indicted on drug charges after their January arrests, were smuggling large quantities of the chemical pseudoephedrine from Canada into the Midwest. Federal agents believe they have uncovered a broad effort by American residents, many of them legal immigrants or visitors, to use credit card thefts, illegal cigarette sales, diverted charitable funds and cash smuggled in airline luggage to enrich anti-American and anti-Israeli terror groups, officials said. "The money mechanisms being used to aid terrorism are limited only by your imagination," said one senior law enforcement official involved in the effort. "There is a significant amount of money moved out of the United States attributed to fraud that goes to terrorism." The official spoke only on condition of anonymity because most of the details remain sealed as part of a grand jury investigation. The official said the early evidence suggests that groups like Hamas and Hezbollah benefit from the U.S.-based funds. (see full article: http://www.cbsnews.com/stories/2002/09/01/attack/main520457.shtml) Perhaps NBC missed these crucial articles?
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