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Video - France has lost control of its streets; can the nation be far behind? Rioting Hamas 'Palestinian' supporters overturn cars, smash windows, attack police, beat journalists, and hunt down Jews in their homes and temples...

Nazi propagandist Joseph Goebbels said,

Whoever can conquer the street will one day conquer the state, for every form of power politics and any-dictatorship run state has its roots in the street.

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Kerry is the Chamberlain of the Middle East

The components of US’s and Kerry’s proposal for a week long ceasefire between Israel and Hamas, is a complete sellout of Israel to terrorists  and the Middle Eastern countries, that want the elimination of Israel. 228 more words


And in despair I bowed my head...

And in despair I bowed my head:
“There is no peace on earth,” I said,
“For hate is strong and mocks the song
Of peace on earth, good will to men.” 1,140 more words


On the Resistance EID (Fitr Eid): ٍShallah To Gazans: Your Steadiness foiled the enemies plans

كلمة الامين العام لحركة الجهاد الاسلامي في فلسطين رمضان شلح


 عين على العدو _ ابو عماد الرفاعي / المنار 26 07 2014

حواراليوم _ خالد عبد المجيد / الفضائية 27 07 2014… 29 more words


How much more blood shed is required?

In late December, Israel launched an offensive military action towards the Islamist group Hamas (which rules the Gaza strip).

A little background for those who haven’t been following the stories in the news as of late. 505 more words

Blood Shed

UK news anchorman makes emotional plea for Gaza after visit left him 'deeply scarred'

Jon Snow, a British journalist and television presenter for Channel 4 News, traveled to the Gaza Strip to document the tragedy that continues to unfold as more and more Palestinians die from Israeli attacks. 513 more words


Unhindered promotion of PSC speaker's propaganda by BBC News

The next time the opaquely funded, Hamas supporting, Palestine Solidarity Campaign complains about supposed BBC bias in favour of Israel (and let’s face it – that won’t take long), it may be worth reminding them of an item which appeared on BBC television news on July 26th and was also promoted on the BBC News website’s Middle East page under the title “ 555 more words