Monday, July 31, 2006

Israel slaughters babies in Qana

The Qana Massacre

Israel bombs mentally handicapped children in Qana, Lebanon.

The international community is condemning Israel for it's attack on Qana, which killed nearly 60 Lebanese civilians including 37 children. Read all about it. In frustrated anger, a mob of thousands stormed the UN building in Beirut. Adding insult to injury, the mainstream media is pushing the story of Mel Gibson's drunken ramblings ahead of this tragic but true tale of human suffering.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

When this story first broke the Israeli government said they would provide some video footage to back up their claim that there were Hezbollah in the immediate area firing rockets. The first time I saw the footage aired on BBC or CNN ( I cant remeber which) the TV anchor said to be fair this video footage was actually from some other place. But they were showing this just as an example! How absurd is that. Ever since then every time I see this report they dont mention that key point. Bottom line their lying. If they have nothing to hide then show us the actual footage from Qana. We will never see it. While they are at it show us the UN footage. Im sure we will never see that either. So now we are led to believe the Israelis are going to give the world a honest investigation. Its all lies. If CNN says look this way then look the other way. Now even the blogs and chat rooms will be under this sort of deception. The london times has reported that " The Foreign Ministry has ordered trainee diplomats to track websites and chatrooms so that networks of US and European groups with hundreds of thousands of Jewish activists can place supportive messages.

In the past week nearly 5,000 members of the World Union of Jewish Students (WUJS) have downloaded special “megaphone” software that alerts them to anti-Israeli chatrooms or internet polls to enable them to post contrary viewpoints. A student team in Jerusalem combs the web in a host of different languages to flag the sites so that those who have signed up can influence an opinion survey or the course of a debate. "