Monday, October 18, 2010

Palestinian child abuse

"For me, the most spectacular thing about Zionist hasbara has been how they've managed to convince most Americans that Palestinian parents "don't care about their children," "send them out to blow themselves up," and "celebrate the martyrdom of their children." They've even created a word for any expression of emotion that Palestinians express: "Pallywood Production." This hatred that Palestinian parents supposedly have for their children is quite effective propaganda actually. It plays a large role in most Americans justifying or ignoring the slaughter of Palestinians with their tax dollars. You see, if Palestinian parents hate their children, then they aren't really human and if they aren't really human, then it's OK to kill them. "
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  1. <p><span>This is off-topic here but I lost the one where we began this discussion. It's also about children, the Yemeni ones that disappeared in the 50s; I came upon this article looking for something else. From the Independent in 1995 by Patrick Cockburn; It seems that back in the early 50s, children of Arab Jews were also being abused by Israel:</span>
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    </p><p><span>...Some 50,000 Jews came to Israel from Yemen in the 1950s and many of them and their families believe passionately that thousands of their children were abducted by the authorities of the day. They accuse them of allowing Jewish families from Europe to adopt children, whose parents were then told they were dead.</span>
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    </p><p><span>...The dispute over the fate of the children has already exploded into violence. In 1994 Rabbi Uzi Meshulam and 40 Yemenite followers protesting over "the sale of 4,000 Yemenite children" in the 1950s, armed themselves with sub-machine guns and barricaded themselves in a house and synagogue in the town of Yehud near ben-gurion airport outside Tel Aviv. The siege ended after two months in an exchange of fire with police in which one man was killed. Rabbi Meshulam was sentenced to eight years in jail.</span>
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    </p><p><span> ildren-of-yemen-exodus-1318037.html</span></p>