Saturday, December 27, 2008

Cowardly Palestinians Hiding In Canada Condemn Israeli Retaliation




Okay, so we have a bunch of cowardly yellow bellied terrorist sympathizing palestinians living in Canada who are now raising holy hell asking Canada to immediately provide aid to Gaza and denouncing Israel. I'll get into what I think of these pieces of shit below the excerpt of part of the article here from Breitbart:



Palestinian-Canadians mourning the deaths of more than 200 people Saturday in Gaza are urging Ottawa to send aid in the wake of Israeli air strikes targeting security compounds that have also wounded hundreds of others.
One community leader who represents about 12,000 Palestinian-Canadians in the Mississauga, Ont., area is calling the strikes "genocide ... a Hanukkah gift from the Israeli government."
"We have many of our community members, their background is from Gaza, and we cannot talk to them because they're still waiting to hear if they lost family members or not," said Farid Ayad, president of Palestine House.
"So this is a sad day."
I do want to take the time to point out the sane and rational statement put out by Canada's ministry of foregin affairs:



Lawrence Cannon, Canada's minister of foreign affairs, issued a statement Saturday expressing concern about the escalating situation and loss of life and suffering on all sides.
"Israel has a clear right to defend itself against the continued rocket attacks by Palestinian militant groups which have deliberately targeted civilians," he said.
"First and foremost, those rocket attacks must stop. At the same time, we urge both sides to use all efforts to avoid civilian casualties and to create the conditions to allow safe and unhindered humanitarian access to those in need in Gaza."

Now, back to these pali pukes living in Canada, all snug in their little government paid apartments bitching at Israel. The one doofus called it a "sad day" - well, I agree with that...it's a sad day that there aren't 2000 dead Hamas instead of the current 200. As for the piece of shit that calls this genocide...first of all, genocide is only possible when you kill human beings...in the case of dead Hamas, that is debatable. Secondly, Hamas asked for this, they got it. Israel even went so far as to warn several international agencies that they would not stand for more rocket attacks and Hamas laughed and sent the rockets in.

I say take these pissed off palis living in Canada and ship em over to Gaza...they can man a few of the rocket launchers and see how long they last. But I feel for the poor Canadian brothers and sisters that have to live next to these excrement.



Palestinians in Canada condemn Israeli attacks in Gaza, urge Ottawa to send aid

TORONTO - Palestinian-Canadians mourning the deaths of more than 200 people Saturday in Gaza are urging Ottawa to send aid in the wake of Israeli air strikes targeting security compounds that have also wounded hundreds of others.
One community leader who represents about 12,000 Palestinian-Canadians in the Mississauga, Ont., area is calling the strikes "genocide ... a Hanukkah gift from the Israeli government."
"We have many of our community members, their background is from Gaza, and we cannot talk to them because they're still waiting to hear if they lost family members or not," said Farid Ayad, president of Palestine House.
"So this is a sad day."
The violence, some of the worst in years, comes as Israel retaliates for recent rocket attacks by Hamas militants in the Gaza Strip.
In Montreal, Laith Marouf of Solidarity for Palestinian Human Rights reacted with sorrow and shock.
"Most Palestinian people are trying to call their family, trying to figure out if everybody is alive and well," he said.
"It's hard to contact people under these circumstances. Most of the community is probably glued to their televisions and radios and are very worried about their relatives - across Palestine, not only in Gaza."
Both Ayad and Marouf said the Conservative government must push Israel to stop the siege and then send food and fuel to civilians.
"We urge our government to interfere for a change and to put pressure on the Israeli government," Ayad said.
"I know the Conservative government has good relations with the Israeli government and I'm sure Canada could play a peaceful role in the region."
Lawrence Cannon, Canada's minister of foreign affairs, issued a statement Saturday expressing concern about the escalating situation and loss of life and suffering on all sides.
"Israel has a clear right to defend itself against the continued rocket attacks by Palestinian militant groups which have deliberately targeted civilians," he said.
"First and foremost, those rocket attacks must stop. At the same time, we urge both sides to use all efforts to avoid civilian casualties and to create the conditions to allow safe and unhindered humanitarian access to those in need in Gaza."
Cannon also pushed for renewed efforts to reach a ceasefire between Hamas and Israel, and for Israeli and Palestinian leaders to remain committed to creating a peace deal.
Moshe Ronen, chairman of the Canada-Israeli Committee, said he's not surprised by the events of the past day, calling the Hamas strikes an "intolerable situation."
"The injury and the death of any civilian is a tragedy," he said in a telephone interview from Tel Aviv.
"But we have to understand that the Israeli military has clearly announced that it's directing its fire at the militants, its directing it at specific targets. Most of the attacks were surgical in precision."
Hamas builds many of its bases in civilian areas, which leads to inevitable loss of life and becomes their responsibility, he said.
Coincidentally, Ronen was meeting the Knesset's chair of security and foreign affairs at the time the strikes were launched.
"I know initial reports he received, both from officials and staff ... were that (the Israel Defence Forces') orders were to pinpoint and be very precise in targets that were laid out well before this attack took place."
Ayad, however, believes the attacks are part of an Israeli election campaign orchestrated by officials hoping to make gains in popularity as voting nears. The elections to the Knesset are set for Feb. 10.

6 comments:

Sharku said...

Sure it was political, simply because in the small print it says the primary responsibility of a government is to protect its people. The Israeli government is FINALLY doing it's damned job.

As far as those cowards in Canada, piss off, it is so easy to stop the Israelies from bombing the shit out of the hamasholes. Stop attacking Israel, see it is that simple.

Until hamas surrenders for good and real not one crumb should enter Gaza, not one liter of oil, not even as much as one lousy band aid. This is what war is all about and why it should make asshole leaders think twice about waging one.

Brent said...

"...it is so easy to stop the Israelies from bombing the shit out of the hamasholes. Stop attacking Israel..."

Good point, Sharku, and one that is lost on the cowardly hamas and their brain-dead supporters.

I'm so sick of hearing arabs/muslims scream for justice when Israel defends itself from these violent freaks.

Funny how the arab street applauds when hamas lobs rockets at civilian targets and how they dance in the street when Israeli soldiers are kidnapped and murdered -- but when Israel defends itself... why it's terrible.

Exterminate these vermin terrorists, Israel. All of your reasoning, cajoling and giving away your land has NOT helped. These murderous terrorist scum do not understand reasoning or civilization - they unfortunately only understand strong and decisive military response.

Holger Awakens said...

Shark,

Great points. Have you ever noticed that ANY military operation brings commentary from every bloody nation on Earth? The Taliban kill hundreds of people each week and we hear....crickets.

Brent,

As always, your comments are absolutely spot on, man.


:Holger Danske

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Canadian Infidel said...

personally I feel we should deport all the hamassholes in Canada. They are not here as refugees, they can't be, they are the ones itching for a fight. When they finally get one they run screaming to all corners of the earth squawking how their so hard done by.

All on one big boat and get the F@ck out of here!!

Holger Awakens said...

Canadian Infidel,

I couldn't agree with you more - they want to bitch and moan, they "feel" so much for their brethren in Gaza, then send em back there...let them root around in the rubble and see what their brothers are really like.

:Holger Danske