Living It Up In Gaza

Oh, but wait, now read this from the last weekly installment of the UN Protocols of the Elders of Zion:

“Israeli forces shot and killed one elderly Palestinian civilian and injured another one in two separate incidents near the Gaza-Israel border… On 14 May, Israeli forces positioned on the border east of Jabalya shot and killed an elderly Palestinian man while he was visiting the grave of his wife in a cemetery located in the area. In a separate incident, Israeli forces opened fire toward a group of Palestinians collecting rubble near the border, injuring one of them. Israeli forces continue to enforce access restrictions in the ‘buffer zone’ by opening ‘warning’ fire toward people entering the area, affecting farmers and workers, and leveling lands in border areas.”

… I only wish somebody would treat us Israelis like we treat people in Gaza. It’s too bad; we’d give the world a real lesson in how to show appreciation.

Rattling the Cage: Living it up in Gaza by Larry Derfner in the JPost.


From The PBH NetworkHot On The Web
Hot On The Web