Blaming Israel for carnage

Blaming Israel for carnage

There are 121873 comments on the Fort Worth Star-Telegram story from Jul 22, 2006, titled Blaming Israel for carnage. In it, Fort Worth Star-Telegram reports that:

Most media outlets aren't providing news of Israel's barbaric air raids on Lebanon with fairness and integrity.

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Uzi

Herzliya, Israel

#112802 Dec 24, 2013
USA BOrn wrote:
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Post like a eunuch? Another word you might want to look up before you try to use it.
But she is a "professor " of the language of Englandistan. She knows everything (sure)
Uzi

Herzliya, Israel

#112803 Dec 24, 2013
ocxz wrote:
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Yes hasbara zio bot smoke screen
You go on with your religion daddy in the sky bull shit
Foolish we have access to information and documentaries that are much too involved for you two line little spam bot to even start to comprehend
lol
your little fantasy story is worn out
Dont post when u are high, so sound idiotic enough when you just a "little" drunk.
Uzi

Herzliya, Israel

#112804 Dec 24, 2013
courteous europhobe wrote:
<quoted text>how do the magical mystical zionists get the sunni and the shia to hate each other so
hahahah hahaha this is the land of miracles, thats how:-)))))))
Uzi

Herzliya, Israel

#112805 Dec 24, 2013
Wonderful.

Subject: FW: Top 10 non-Jews positively influencing the Jewish future 2013

Top 10 non-Jews positively influencing the Jewish future in 2013

Since publishing my first annual list of non-Jews who have wielded significant positive influence over the Jewish future, it seems that the popularity of the practice of list-making has ballooned. It is my sincere hope, however, that this list merits special attention, both in the Jewish world and beyond, as the individuals who are featured herein are truly worthy of recognition.

A great deal has changed over the last year, and a number of previously unheard of personalities have emerged as great friends of
the Jewish people, while others have become less active. For this reason, I am committed to compiling and developing this list as a regular endeavor, and as such I present the 4th annual lineup.
My candidates have been selected from around the world and include representatives of a number of different ethnic groups. The list includes political, religious, and business leaders among others, all of whom have had a significant, constructive impact on Israel and/or the global Jewish community.
Although by no means an exact science, my aim in this compilation is to provide some insight into the playing field of this unique group.
Additionally, I aim to bring recognition to their often courageous, sometimes unacknowledged, activities on behalf of Israel and the Jewish people.
Uzi

Herzliya, Israel

#112806 Dec 24, 2013
10. Father Gabriel Naddaf
Hailing from the village of Yaffia, situated between Migdal Ha'emek and Nazareth, Naddaf is an Eastern Orthodox priest who has become a leader in the drive for Christian enlistment in the Israel Defense Forces.
Naddaf has undertaken this effort at great personal risk and has been subject to threats. Nevertheless, the movement has seen success, as Christian enlistment in the IDF tripled in 2013.

Describing him as "The Good Father" in a recent profile piece, the Jerusalem Post said that "Father Gabriel Naddaf has reached the conclusion that Christian Arabs residing in Israel must link their fortunes to the Jewish state."
"Our goal is to guard the Holy Land and the State of Israel. We have broken the barrier of fear - the state deserves that we do our part in defending it," he said, in a meeting earlier this year with Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu, who recognized his efforts.

9. John Chambers
Cisco CEO Chambers has jumped headfirst into the Israeli market. A regular visitor to the country, Israel became a strategic powerhouse for his company when it acquired NDS for $5 billion last year. Six months after promising "You'll see us expand here soon," Cisco acquired Israeli company Intucell for $475 million. Ahead of a recent visit, he said, "Israel is a global leader in innovation, and Cisco is proud of its longstanding commitment to the country."
Chambers has even tried his hand at peace-making, and was featured in a July Forbes magazine cover story entitled "Peace Through Profits" advocating enhanced business co-operation between Israelis and Palestinian Arabs.

Strong statements of belief in Israel's economic prowess from a global CEO like Chambers are vital for securing Israel's continued fiscal resilience.
Uzi

Herzliya, Israel

#112807 Dec 24, 2013
8. Li Ka-shing
Thought to be the richest person in Asia, Li has an estimated net worth of $28.8 billion. Last month his foundation announced a $130 million donation to Israel's Technion University to build an academy as a joint venture with China's Shantou University.
Technion President Peretz Lavie described the partnership as "a major breakthrough and an opportunity to strengthen ties between Israel and China."

According to the Jerusalem Post, the grant includes profits from the foundation's 2011 investment in Israeli mobile app Waze.

7. Petr Neãas.
A week after the United Nations voted to upgrade the Palestinian Authority's status last year, Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu flew to the Czech Republic to thank Neãas, its Prime Minister at the time, for being the only country in Europe to vote against the move.

"Thank you for your country's opposition to the one-sided resolution at the United Nations; thank you for your friendship; thank you for your courage," Netanyahu told Neãas.
Israel has "no better friends in Europe than the Czech Republic," Netanyahu said during a visit to the country in 2012.

"We strictly refuse delegitimization and any boycott of the state of Israel. We unequivocally support Israel's right to defend against terrorist attacks," Necas said at the time.
Neãas is the most recent in a long line of Czech leaders committed to the Jewish state.
Uzi

Herzliya, Israel

#112809 Dec 24, 2013
6. Manmohan Singh
Trade and diplomatic relations between Israel and India have been on the fast track since the start of Singh's premiership, and the two countries "are emerging as a mature, dependable, and accommodating couple," according to a Middle East Forum paper. In a recent visit to India to discuss a Free Trade Agreement between the two countries, Israel's Economy Minister Naftali Bennett said that the bilateral trade (between India and Israel) "could easily be doubled in the next five years."
Currently, Israel is India's second largest supplier of military equipment, and India is the second-largest Asian economic partner of Israel. Trade between the two countries now stands at $5 billion, excluding defense contracts.

5. Angela Merkel
Recently re-elected with a powerful majority as Germany's Chancellor, Merkel has been an outspoken supporter of Israel and has been vigilant in ensuring the security of Germany's Jewish community. Merkel offered strong support for circumcision shortly after a local district court ban on the practice. "I do not want Germany to be the only country in the world where Jews cannot practice their rituals. Otherwise we will become a laughing stock," she was quoted as saying.
In August, Merkel became the first German leader to visit the Dachau concentration camp. In her weekly podcast at the time, Merkel warned that Europeans must remain vigilant against Holocaust deniers and right-wing extremists. "We must never allow such ideas to have a place in our democratic Europe," she said, adding that her trip to Dachau would be with "feelings of shame and dismay".
Earlier this year, Germany delivered its fifth Dolphin-class nuclear capable submarine to Israel, showing its commitment to the Jewish state's security needs.
Uzi

Herzliya, Israel

#112810 Dec 24, 2013
4. Rupert Murdoch
The titles owned by Murdoch's News Corporation have, for the most part, covered stories relating to Jews and Israel in a balanced and fair manner, and Murdoch himself has described himself as an ardent philo-Semite. Murdoch has been recognized by a number of major Jewish organizations, including the American Jewish Committee, the Anti-Defamation League, and the Museum of Jewish Heritage .
"To my mind, that is the grand promise of Zionism: that Israel exists so that Jews can protect themselves," he said last year, concluding, "I believe that it is no longer just Israel's survival at stake but our own."

3. Stephen Harper

As Prime Minister of Canada, Harper ensured that his country, along with the Czech Republic, would be among the few that opposed the Palestinian Authority's unilateral UN move last year.

At a recent meeting in New York, Harper said that "There is nothing more short sighted in Western capitals in our time than the softening support for Israel," according to a Wall Street Journal report. Israel, he said,“Is the one strong stable democratic western ally that we have in" the Middle East.
Recent reports revealed that the Canadian arm of the Jewish National Fund is raising funds to build a bird center in Israel named for the leader. "Under the direction of Prime Minister Harper, Canada is now a leader in the international fight against anti-Semitism and raising awareness of the heinous crimes of the Holocaust," the organization wrote.
George

Red Deer, Canada

#112812 Dec 24, 2013
courteous europhobe wrote:
<quoted text>how do the magical mystical zionists get the sunni and the shia to hate each other so
I have wondered that for a very long time, there is so much hate in Syria right now I am not sure if this war will end in years to come or until the last muslim dies.
Uzi

Herzliya, Israel

#112813 Dec 24, 2013
George wrote:
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I have wondered that for a very long time, there is so much hate in Syria right now I am not sure if this war will end in years to come or until the last muslim dies.
Amen!!!!!!!!!!
sheilaa

Perth, Australia

#112815 Dec 24, 2013
USA BOrn wrote:
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An all your self proclaimed knowledge led you to say
Israel is attacked by the Gog and Magog forces many in Jerusalem and Israel will be captured and taken into exile (Zechariah 14:2)
Can't you read? Ignorant, puffed up and wrong

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Yes I can read. More important is, can't you understand oh small and narrow minded one? You made a comment re no one leaving Israel now that they have returned. In later times many will be removed as stated in Zechariah more than half the city shall go into captivity

Zechariah 14:2

I will gather all the nations to battle against Jerusalem: Zechariah seems to have the very end times in view, when Jerusalem will be surrounded and attacked by some type of international force.. Half the city shall go into captivity: This attack against Jerusalem will be severe
sheilaa

Perth, Australia

#112816 Dec 24, 2013
USA BOrn wrote:
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For a really good laugh, check her post on page 4881 where she claims:
Sheliaa wrote:
You also stated that the current Jews that have returned will never leave Israel again.When
Israel is attacked by the Gog and Magog forces many in Jerusalem and Israel will be captured and taken into exile (Zechariah 14:2)
She got all that information out of Zech 14:2. ROTFLMAO

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Interesting to see that the only person that you tend to get any type of positive response from is an illiterate foul mouthed fool
sheilaa

Perth, Australia

#112817 Dec 24, 2013
USA BOrn wrote:
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Post like a eunuch? Another word you might want to look up before you try to use it.
You seem to enjoy making a fool of yourself and your ignorance knows no bounds. You are obviously unaware as a lay person that neurological and behavioural changes can and do occur after a male is castrated. He posts like a person who has neurological and behavioural issues
sheilaa

Perth, Australia

#112818 Dec 24, 2013
Gray wrote:
Thanks for your advice Gray it didn't take long for me to pick up on the fact that he is an illiterate boofhead with only two neurons at most synapsing&#8206;
USA BOrn

Rancho Cucamonga, CA

#112819 Dec 24, 2013
sheilaa wrote:
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You seem to enjoy making a fool of yourself and your ignorance knows no bounds. You are obviously unaware as a lay person that neurological and behavioural changes can and do occur after a male is castrated. He posts like a person who has neurological and behavioural issues
So do you.
USA BOrn

Rancho Cucamonga, CA

#112820 Dec 24, 2013
sheilaa wrote:
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Interesting to see that the only person that you tend to get any type of positive response from is an illiterate foul mouthed fool
He's not the one pretending to be all knowing, you are. Who care about positives responses, you do.
USA BOrn

Rancho Cucamonga, CA

#112821 Dec 24, 2013
sheilaa wrote:
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Yes I can read. More important is, can't you understand oh small and narrow minded one? You made a comment re no one leaving Israel now that they have returned. In later times many will be removed as stated in Zechariah more than half the city shall go into captivity
Zechariah 14:2
I will gather all the nations to battle against Jerusalem: Zechariah seems to have the very end times in view, when Jerusalem will be surrounded and attacked by some type of international force.. Half the city shall go into captivity: This attack against Jerusalem will be severe
So half a city goes into captivity, the nation survives.

Zechariah 3:3 Then shall the LORD go forth, and fight against those nations, as when he fought in the day of battle.

Sooooo.......
sheilaa

Perth, Australia

#112822 Dec 24, 2013
USA BOrn wrote:
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So do you.
No you are far better at it than me hands down. LOL
sheilaa

Perth, Australia

#112823 Dec 24, 2013
USA BOrn wrote:
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He's not the one pretending to be all knowing, you are. Who care about positives responses, you do.

Since when was giving an opinion pretending all knowing. I don't care about anyone's response. I came on here to give my opinion of Israel and that is what I'll continue to do
sheilaa

Perth, Australia

#112824 Dec 24, 2013
USA BOrn wrote:
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So half a city goes into captivity, the nation survives.
Zechariah 3:3 Then shall the LORD go forth, and fight against those nations, as when he fought in the day of battle.
Sooooo.......
Soooo what??? People will die because they came in based on their choice not because God chose them when he deemed it fit. Like I mentioned earlier God is the only one who knows who the real Jews are no one else

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