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    (Original post by SotonianOne)
    All I see is that since 2001 Israel has been increasing it's defences and Palestine has been increasing it's offensive ...
    Remember who's the illegal occupier, and who's being occupied.
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    (Original post by LockheedSpooky)
    I should have made it clearer. I was referring to British-German.

    We killed far more German civilians than they killed of us.
    But the British-German conflict is only a tiny part of WW2 and more importantly, is not the reason the Nazis were evil. The Nazis are evil precisely because of the other casualties they caused, in the countries they occupied, particularly Eastern Europe.

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    (Original post by SotonianOne)
    I noticed this too. Hamas has launched another tirade of attacks on Israel last week.

    The media doesn't report it until Israel retaliates, and at this point they are bound to.



    (Original post by anarchism101)
    But the British-German conflict is only a tiny part of WW2 and more importantly, is not the reason the Nazis were evil. The Nazis are evil precisely because of the other casualties they caused, in the countries they occupied, particularly Eastern Europe.Posted from TSR Mobile
    Exactly like Israel now occupies the West Ban and attacks Gaza, now. Now who's the Nazi's?
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    (Original post by anarchism101)
    But the British-German conflict is only a tiny part of WW2 and more importantly, is not the reason the Nazis were evil. The Nazis are evil precisely because of the other casualties they caused, in the countries they occupied, particularly Eastern Europe.Posted from TSR Mobile
    Irrelevant. We attacked them with disproportional force and killed many more of their civilians than they killed of us.An imbalance of casualties does not denote guilt.
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    "We are continuing with our jihad against the Jews, the enemies of God and no one will be able to deter us"


    'Poor, innocent, hard done by, peace-loving 'palestinians'.:rolleyes:
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    (Original post by DesmondHarry)



    What is this meant to be?
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    (Original post by LockheedSpooky)
    "We are continuing with our jihad against the Jews, the enemies of God and no one will be able to deter us"


    'Poor, innocent, hard done by, peace-loving 'palestinians'.:rolleyes:
    "i drink the blood of palestinian infants, i rape their dead corpses"
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    NUS fascists and assorted leftists in cahoots with those that want to boycott Israel and kill Jews

    'palestinian' boy offers his long-term goals

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    Lol at the numbnut
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    (Original post by LockheedSpooky)
    Irrelevant. We attacked them with disproportional force and killed many more of their civilians than they killed of us.An imbalance of casualties does not denote guilt.
    It isn't irrelevant. Precisely what made the Nazis evil, and denoted their guilt, are the casualties they inflicted that you are arbitrarily ignoring in order to make this comparison.
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    Can someone explain this for me?
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    (Original post by DesmondHarry)

    Can someone explain this for me?
    I would like to respectfully suggest these are not Israelis since clearly they are too dark.

    Israelis are mostly olive or black (Beta/Ethiopian). Not Indian, or mixed race African american as the woman in the image.
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    It seems a terrorist supporter on here is trying to paint Israelis as bad people for watching a conflict from afar.

    Of course many examples of this human trait of morbid curiosity can be found

    Here onlookers are observing the fighting in Kobane






    These here are so-called 'palestinians' - that fabricated entity like unicorns, enjoying watching a conflict of their own making.

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    And of course who could forget the absolute DELIGHT in which the so-called 'palestinians', that fabricated entity and fairytale of a people - when they were cheering upon hearing about the 9/11 attacks


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    Israel doubles water supply to Gaza, also increases supply to Judea & Samaria (WB) and to Jordan


    Israel's national water company says conditions are ripe for the increase; the amount supplied to Palestinian West Bank and to Jordan will also increase.


    Israel's national water company Mekorot, in accordance with the Water Authority's guidelines, recently doubled its water supply to the Gaza Strip by 5 million cubic meters. The annual supply will now amount to 10 million cubic meters of water.

    The new water supply of 5 million cubic meters to the Gaza Strip will come from two sources including the Nahal Oz pipeline in the south and an older line in the Kissufim area that provides water to the center of the Strip.

    Mekorot's Vice President of Engineering, Avraham Ben-Yosef, said "Several years ago we laid the line near the fence on purpose in order to give the Palestinians the increment. With the rise of Hamas contact was cut off and only recently have conditions become ripe to supply them the water.

    "Mekorot, as the national water company, is the the executive body. Thanks to our desalination plants along the coast, there is no lack of water in the country. There is no problem transferring water, the only limitation is the means of water supply. Moreover, we intend to enlarge the water lines to the Palestinian Authority in order to increase the supply," Ben-Yosef added.

    In 2016, according to a report published after Operation Protective Edge, the coastal aquifer's groundwater will become unfit for drinking due to salinity as a result of over-extraction. A leading Israeli defense official explained to Ynet that the water problem has been on the Israeli agenda for a long time, and is not affected by current security conditions.

    Last March, the head of the Palestinian Water Authority stated that the Palestinian Authority made the necessary operational preparations to absorb extra water. In 2014 Mekorot provided 57 million cubic meters of water to the Palestinians in the West Bank from the mountain aquifer, the main part of which is in Israeli territory.

    In addition to the water supplied by Israel, the Palestinian Authority draws water from an aquifer in its own territory. The amount of water that Israel committed to transferring to the Palestinian Authority within the framework of a water agreement signed in Washington in 1995, as part of the Oslo Accords, was about 30 million cubic meters per year,

    Over the years, the quantity of water supplied by Mekorot increased far beyond the amount agreed upon. Over the last five years, over 52 million cubic meters of water were annually supplied to the Palestinian Authority in the West Bank and 5 million cubic meters of water were annually supplied to the Gaza Strip, nearly 2 twice the agreed-upon amount.

    The amount of water provided to the Palestinian Authority from Israel's national water system and its quality are among the highest in the world, in accordance with international standards. Moreover, Israel transfers, via Mekorot, 55 million cubic meters of water annually to Jordan.

    In accordance with the government's decision, Mekorot will also increase the amount of water supplied to Jordan. Currently, water is supplied to Jordan via the Beit Zera water storage in the Beit She'an Valley, which receives its water from the Sea of Galilee. 55 million cubic meters of water are supplied to Jordan.


    http://www.ynetnews.com/articles/0,7...665260,00.html

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    I'm sure the BBC will do the responsible thing and report about the water increases, after years of inaccurately reporting about water shortages and blaming Israel.


    Yeah right :lol::lol::lol:
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    (Original post by SotonianOne)
    I would like to respectfully suggest these are not Israelis since clearly they are too dark.

    Israelis are mostly olive or black (Beta/Ethiopian). Not Indian, or mixed race African american as the woman in the image.
    That's racist, and anti Semitic.
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    (Original post by LockheedSpooky)
    And of course who could forget the absolute DELIGHT in which the so-called 'palestinians', that fabricated entity and fairytale of a people - when they were cheering upon hearing about the 9/11 attacks


    ayyy

    http://www.haaretz.com/news/report-n...srael-1.244044
    http://www.todayscatholicworld.com/m...agents-911.htm
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    (Original post by LockheedSpooky)
    Israel doubles water supply to Gaza, also increases supply to Judea & Samaria (WB) and to Jordan


    Israel's national water company says conditions are ripe for the increase; the amount supplied to Palestinian West Bank and to Jordan will also increase.


    Israel's national water company Mekorot, in accordance with the Water Authority's guidelines, recently doubled its water supply to the Gaza Strip by 5 million cubic meters. The annual supply will now amount to 10 million cubic meters of water.

    The new water supply of 5 million cubic meters to the Gaza Strip will come from two sources including the Nahal Oz pipeline in the south and an older line in the Kissufim area that provides water to the center of the Strip.

    Mekorot's Vice President of Engineering, Avraham Ben-Yosef, said "Several years ago we laid the line near the fence on purpose in order to give the Palestinians the increment. With the rise of Hamas contact was cut off and only recently have conditions become ripe to supply them the water.

    "Mekorot, as the national water company, is the the executive body. Thanks to our desalination plants along the coast, there is no lack of water in the country. There is no problem transferring water, the only limitation is the means of water supply. Moreover, we intend to enlarge the water lines to the Palestinian Authority in order to increase the supply," Ben-Yosef added.

    In 2016, according to a report published after Operation Protective Edge, the coastal aquifer's groundwater will become unfit for drinking due to salinity as a result of over-extraction. A leading Israeli defense official explained to Ynet that the water problem has been on the Israeli agenda for a long time, and is not affected by current security conditions.

    Last March, the head of the Palestinian Water Authority stated that the Palestinian Authority made the necessary operational preparations to absorb extra water. In 2014 Mekorot provided 57 million cubic meters of water to the Palestinians in the West Bank from the mountain aquifer, the main part of which is in Israeli territory.

    In addition to the water supplied by Israel, the Palestinian Authority draws water from an aquifer in its own territory. The amount of water that Israel committed to transferring to the Palestinian Authority within the framework of a water agreement signed in Washington in 1995, as part of the Oslo Accords, was about 30 million cubic meters per year,

    Over the years, the quantity of water supplied by Mekorot increased far beyond the amount agreed upon. Over the last five years, over 52 million cubic meters of water were annually supplied to the Palestinian Authority in the West Bank and 5 million cubic meters of water were annually supplied to the Gaza Strip, nearly 2 twice the agreed-upon amount.

    The amount of water provided to the Palestinian Authority from Israel's national water system and its quality are among the highest in the world, in accordance with international standards. Moreover, Israel transfers, via Mekorot, 55 million cubic meters of water annually to Jordan.

    In accordance with the government's decision, Mekorot will also increase the amount of water supplied to Jordan. Currently, water is supplied to Jordan via the Beit Zera water storage in the Beit She'an Valley, which receives its water from the Sea of Galilee. 55 million cubic meters of water are supplied to Jordan.


    http://www.ynetnews.com/articles/0,7...665260,00.html

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    I'm sure the BBC will do the responsible thing and report about the water increases, after years of inaccurately reporting about water shortages and blaming Israel.


    Yeah right :lol::lol::lol:
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-v5WlY8Uf5U
    http://imeu.org/article/putting-pale...ockade-of-gaza

    "
    According to Israeli human rights organization Gisha, as of July 9, 2014, before Israel’s latest assault on Gaza began:
    • More than 70% of the population of Gaza received humanitarian aid.
    • The official unemployment figure as of the first quarter of 2014 was 40.8%, compared to 18.7% in 2000.
    • From January to June, Israel allowed an average of 17 truckloads of exported goods to leave Gaza each month, less than 2% of what exited monthly before 2007.
    • Israel prevents access to a “buffer zone” beginning 300 meters (328 yards) from the boundary line between Israel and Gaza, denying Palestinian farmers access large parts of Gaza’s already scarce arable land.
    • As of July 6, 2014, Israel limited fishing in Gaza’s territorial waters to just three nautical miles off the coast, barring Palestinian fishermen from reaching fertile fishing grounds further out in violation of the terms of the Oslo Accords, whichstipulated a fishing limit of 20 nautical miles.
    According to a 2012 joint report by Save the Children and UK-based Medical Aid for Palestinians:
    • 10% of children under five experienced stunted growth due to prolonged malnutrition due to the blockade and siege.
    • 58.6% of Gaza’s schoolchildren were anemic, as were more than 68% of children aged nine to 12 months and nearly 37% of pregnant women.
    • According to UNICEF, more than 90% of the water from Gaza’s only aquifer is unsafe for human consumption due to pollution, while repairs to Gaza’s sewage and water infrastructure cannot be carried out because of Israeli restrictions on the entry of building materials and equipment.
    • Gaza suffered from severe shortages of electricity due to Israeli restrictions on imports of equipment needed to replace and repair the electrical infrastructure, even before Israel bombed Gaza’s only power plant during its latest assault.
    "
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    Is't it so satisfying when a terrorist supporter and raging anti-semite, completely exposes himself, by posting anti-Israel propaganda using a website called todayscatholicworld.

    Now the bigotry becomes a bit clearer.

    A link to a site which represents the faith that created anti-semitism. That is the architect of anti-semitism. The architect of all the anti-Jewish stereotypes that runs right through Europe and especially the NUS fascists and the left wing anti-Israel bigots.

    So, so satisfying :lol:
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    'palestinian' female terrorist being honoured by Abbas, gives interview in which she talks about her (failed) terrorist attack but is proud that her legacy is that Muslim women around the world are now suspected of being terrorists and need to have their bags checked etc

    Look at the pride in which she talks of her terrorism. That's 'palestinian' society for you.





    Terrorist Fatima Barnawi:‎ "I was ready. All my life I had dreamed about it. We ‎took the bomb and went to the cinema... I told [my sister] "come with me," as if it’s a ‎trip... We entered the cinema and sat down. We were supposed to place the explosives ‎in the restroom or under one of the seats. I put them where we sat, near the middle ‎‎[of the theater]... It was almost time. We left... While we were leaving, the bomb was ‎discovered. An American sitting behind us said: “The ladies forgot their bag.” The ‎usher came to take the bag and found a ticking clock. There were only seconds left ‎‎[until the explosion]. He called them [security]. They moved the people away and blew ‎it up at the entrance... I say: This is not a failure, because it generated fear throughout ‎the world. Every woman who carries a bag needs to be checked before she enters the ‎supermarket, any place, cinemas and pharmacies... I don’t define that as a failure.‎"

    PA TV host: ‎"That is certainly not a failure. It is a success for the Palestinian ‎resistance that went into the heart of the Israeli occupation, into the cinema and ‎created a state of panic, because [since then] they’ve taken extra precautions when ‎each person enters a cinema or any public place. "
    ‎[Official PA TV, May 9, 2015]‎

    Note: Fatima Barnawi placed a bomb in a movie theater in Jerusalem in 1967 in an attempt to ‎blow it up. The bomb failed to explode.‎
    Fatima Barnawi placed a bomb in a movie theater in Jerusalem in 1967 in an attempt to ‎blow it up. The bomb failed to explode. She was sentenced to life imprisonment but ‎was released in 1977 after serving 10 years. In 2015, PA Chairman Mahmoud Abbas ‎honored Barnawi with the Military Star of Honor.‎
 
 
 
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