Tuesday, March 27, 2007
Why do homo sapiens recognize Israel's right to exist?
Speaking of "tombs," Judah Pearl is not a "bit embarrassed" about 675 depopulated and 418 destroyed Palestinian villages and towns and in a feat of sophistry rejects the situation as one of "resource" and "land disputes" disregarding that when the UN partitioned Palestine Jews owned 5.5 percent of the land. Ask the internally displaced villagers of Kafr Bir'im, who stood on a hill in 1953 and watched Israel's army bomb their houses one by one what they think of Israel's "right to exist." Ask Samaa Fakaah, held up at Atara checkpoint, whose sick six month old baby died in her arms to recognize Israel's "right to exist." Zionists can hardly expect moral approbation from their victims.
Just surfed in again -- seeing what's what in Palestine.
You might remember me. Canadian Muslim writer. Come by insha'Allah if you have some time to read.