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Tuesday, 7 August 2012

The Zionist Games 2012

While the 2012 Olympic Games were in full swing in London, another kind of sport was taking place in Palestine. This video brings you coverage from the Zionist Games, which have been played out for over 60 years, the particular event in question is the 'Shooting' and comes to you from the north Gaza Strip. This 2-minute video is highly critical of the illegal Occupation of Palestine by the Israelis and uses black humour to high-light the war crimes taking place not only in the Occupied West Bank but also in the Gaza Strip. It is also heavily critical of the partisan reporting by the BBC, which in all cases heavily favours Israel, referring to it here as 'The BBC Zionist Network'. Hard evidence of this claim can be found in statistics gathered by The Glasgow University Media Group (http://www.glasgowmediagroup.org).

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  4. Swansea Action for Palestine would like it to be known that they encourage thoughtful, meaningful debate on this blog and that we accept that many people will have views different from our own. However, we will no longer tolerate abusive language directed at our group, examples of such language recently used has included words such as 'satanic', 'hateful', 'terrorists' etc. By all means let's get a discussion going, but these kinds of posts will be removed by the administrators.

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  5. To all who have made the above video, hear the word of the LORD in Psalm 83 concerning evildoers who harm His Chosen People Israel.

    Read Psalm 83. It is being fulfilled right now.

    Will you also remove the word of the Lord from your blog? God's word will be your judge.

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  6. It is very interesting that Swansea action for palestine feel that words such as "terrorist" and "satanic" are abusive, particularly in the light of the fact that the so-called "Palestinians" (a made-up phrase) spew out the most appalling words of abuse against the Jewish people and land of Israel. You must be hypocrites...oops, abuse again!!

    Google "Palestinian Media Watch" for some true facts before this gets rubbed off, folks!!!!

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    1. Yeah,thanks. I did go on Palestinian Media Watch site. It's shocking. thanks for letting people know the truth, anonymous! Long live Israel

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    2. When are you guys going to realise that allah is not God and is not doing anything for followers for Islam?!!!

      However, Israel's God is fighting for her continuously. Work it out - allah is a false god

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    3. Swansea Action for Palestine is a secular site any reference to any 'god' or 'religion' will be removed by the moderators.

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  7. Does Swansea Action For Palestine not allow free speech? Or will it be resorting to Sharia law next?

    Can't you deluded people see the truth? There is no "Palestine". Do some research.

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  8. Dozens of heavy trucks transporting humanitarian aid have been sitting idly on the border of the Gaza Strip since Monday 4th March, unable to enter the coastal enclave after Hamas shut the gates from its side.
    The perishable items among the aid carried by the 65 trucks are threatening to spoil if the situation isn't resolved quickly.
    The problem is that earlier this week, Hamas decided to seize control of Gaza's border crossings from the Palestinian Authority. Israel has been working with the PA to ensure that regular supplies entered Gaza.
    But Hamas and Israel have no cooperation, and the terror group seems uninterested in getting those trucks into the territory it rules.
    Israeli Gen. Eitan Dangot, the officer in charge of coordinating aid transfers, stressed that Israel continues to facilitate the entry of goods to Gaza, and will gladly resume that practice if someone on the other side will let that happen.
    Gen. Dangot noted that Hamas is inflicting great harm on its own people in a misguided attempt to score PR points with the international community.

    Action for Palestine? Israeli aggressors? Bullshit

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  10. Last week, the laying of the cornerstone of the new "Palestinian Museum" made headlines worldwide. The museum is a private initiative that aims to tell a 200-year-old Palestinian history.
    Established adjacent to Birzeit University near Ramallah, the museum will be build in two stages and eventually encompass an area of almost 100,000 square feet.
    Palestinian sources said a museum is one of the things every proper state needs. "I hope that the museum gives the Palestinians the opportunity to present their story to the world," said museum director Jack Persekian. While the exhibits will purportedly treat Muslims, Christians and Jews equally, the focus will be on the Palestinian Arab version of events since the end of the Ottoman period in 1917.
    Presenting a history going back any more than 200 years will be difficult, as the Palestinians themselves are divided over their own past.
    PLO Chairman Yasser Arafat emphasized frequently that the Palestinians are the successors of the Philistines; former Palestinian politician Abu Siad Siad told Israel Today that they are the descendants of the Canaanites; several years ago, the spiritual leader of the Islamic Movement in Israel, Khamal Khatib, told Israeli radio that the Palestinians are from the line of the Jebusites.
    Perhaps most honestly, former Arab member of Israel's Knesset, Azmi Bishara said on Israeli television years back that there never was a Palestinian people, but only a wider Arab nation. Bishara has since had to flee Israel after collaborating with Hezbollah.
    Palestinians on the streets have told us repeatedly in private conversations that they are followers of various Arab tribes from Saudi Arabia or other Arab countries in North Africa.
    Nevertheless, Israeli President Shimon Peres said years ago that "even if there is no historic Palestinian people, there exists a de facto Palestinian people today with whom Israel must negotiate."
    Even so, a museum is not going to be able to change the past and rewrite (or, rather, invent) the history of a people.

    Palestine? Crap!

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  11. The woman with her face digitally obscured is called Ingrid Bosquet; she works for One People Productions which is based in Swansea's Environment Centre

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