Antagoniste


22 novembre 2012

Quand la gauche supporte l’extrême-droite En Chiffres Gauchistan Israël Palestine Terrorisme

Voici un graphique que vous ne verrez jamais dans un article d’Agnes Gruda

Hamas Terroriste

Qu’est-il arrivé quand Israël a mis fin à l’occupation de Gaza ?  Les terroristes du Hamas ont pris toute la place et les roquettes se sont abattues sur les civils israéliens.  Ce règne de terreur a duré jusqu’en 2008.  Cette année-là, Israël s’est lassé et un grand ménage a été fait lors de l’Opération « Plomb durci ».  En 2012, les terroristes du Hamas ont voulu recommencer leur petit manège, parions que l’Opération « Pilier de défense » y mettra fin encore une fois.

Quand les terroristes arrosent Israël de roquettes,  nos bons pacifistes sont silencieux.  Ni manifestation, ni texte d’opinion dans les journaux, ni dénonciation dans les réseaux sociaux.  Par contre, quand Israël en a marre et lève le petit doigt pour se défendre, tous les idiots utiles sortent sur la place publique pour réclamer la disparition de ce petit pays.  C’est comme…  C’est comme si la gauche était plus motivée par un antisémitisme nauséabond plutôt que par la paix…  Autrement, comment peut-on expliquer que cette gauche prétendument pacifiste ne voit aucun problème à manifester avec des gens qui scandent « Palestine will be free, from the river to the sea » ?

De plus, avouer qu’il est plutôt ironique de voir l’extrême-gauche manifester bruyamment pour soutenir l’un des régimes le plus extrême-droite de la planète, en l’occurrence les islamistes du Hamas…  Tout comme il est ironique de voir cette gauche qui, tout en accusant les républicains d’être des « religious freak », soutient ouvertement le Hamas…

Pour le reste, on peut résumer la situation de la manière suivante: nombre de Palestiniens tués en Cisjordanie par Tsahal? ZÉRO. Pourquoi? Parce que ZÉRO roquette a été tirée de la Cisjordanie. D’autres Questions? Non, ok merci!

M’enfin, ce n’est pas Ages Gruda qui risque de vous parler de tout ça…

Source:
The Intelligence and Terrorism Information Center
Palestinian Terrorism – Terrorist Attacks


19 novembre 2012

Est-ce qu’Israël est un État d’apartheid? En Images En Vidéos Israël Palestine

Voici ce que vous devez répondre à toute personne qui insulte votre intelligence en voulant vous faire croire qu’Israël pratique l’Apartheid:

Hamas


3 avril 2012

La démocratie palestinienne Gauchistan Palestine Revue de presse Terrorisme

The Jerusalem Post

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PA arrests another reporter over Facebook post
The Jerusalem Post

Palestinian Authority security forces in the West Bank Sunday night arrested another Palestinian journalist for posting a critical comment on Facebook.

Agents belonging to the PA’s Preventive Security Service in Ramallah arrested Tarek Khamis, who works for the Palestinian Zaman Press news agency, for criticizing the PA’s current clampdown on Palestinian journalists in the West Bank, a Palestinian journalist told The Jerusalem Post.

He said that Khamis was taken into custody after he wrote a comment that referred specifically to the recent arrest of female journalist and blogger Esmat Abdel Khalik.

She was arrested last week after she posted derogatory remarks about PA President Mahmoud Abbas on her Facebook page.

A third journalist, Youssef Al-Shayeb, was also arrested last week for exposing corruption in the Palestinian diplomatic mission in France.

Personne ne se surprendra de constater que les journalistes d’ici préfèrent accuser Harper de leur faire la guerre plutôt que de rapporter ce genre de nouvelles…


22 février 2012

Radio-Canada: une honte nationale (payée avec nos taxes) Canada Coup de gueule Gauchistan Israël Palestine Revue de presse

The Jerusalem Post

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‘Canadian journalist’s Israel reporting biased’
The Jerusalem Post

A Canadian journalist’s reports from Israel have been declared biased and inaccurate by her own news outlet’s standards watchdog.

In a pointed rebuke, the ombudsman for Radio-Canada, the French-language arm of Canada’s state broadcaster, said reporter Ginette Lamarche was biased, used unverified facts and was inaccurate in her recent reporting on Israel. Ombudsman Pierre Tourangeau late last week overturned Radio-Canada’s earlier dismissal of complaints from Honest Reporting Canada over five reports by Lamarche from the Middle East which aired in December.

Tourangeau found the reports failed to show balance, impartiality, and accuracy as required by Radio-Canada’s journalistic standards. Tourangeau also found a lack of « diversity of opinion » required for news coverage of controversial subjects, use of unverified facts, and failure to challenge claims which led to « at least an appearance of bias. » He stated that the reports offered only a Palestinian viewpoint, and that the reporter did not verify or challenge claims or data submitted to her.

Pour avoir tous détails de cette histoire absolument scandaleuse, je vous invite à aller lire le blogue de David Ouellette, qui est à l’origine des plaintes à l’ombudsman de Radio-Canada.

Quand un média de droite émet une opinion qui va à l’encontre de la pensée unique des journaleux québécois, on assiste à une épidémie de caca nerveux. Qu’on pense à la réaction de Patrick Lagacé, Vincent Marissal, Sophie Durocher ou Richard Therrien quand une animatrice de Sun News a osé critiquer les subventions à la culture.

Pourtant quand on découvre que le diffuseur public national a volontairement trompé la population en diffusant de l’information inexacte, ces gens ne disent strictement rien. Pourtant, utiliser l’argent des contribuables pour faire de la propagande, c’est autrement plus grave que de critiquer les subventions aux artistes.

Et une question demeure. Si Radio-Canada a trompé la population de la situation au Moyen-Orient, sur quoi d’autre ont-ils berné les gens ?


25 septembre 2011

Solidarité palestinienne Moyen-Orient Palestine Revue de presse Terrorisme

The Daily Star

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Refugees will not be citizens of new state
The Daily Stars

Palestinian refugees will not become citizens of a new Palestinian state, according to Palestine’s ambassador to Lebanon.

From behind a desk topped by a miniature model of Palestine’s hoped-for blue United Nations chair, Ambassador Abdullah Abdullah spoke to The Daily Star Wednesday about Palestine’s upcoming bid for U.N. statehood.

The ambassador unequivocally says that Palestinian refugees would not become citizens of the sought for U.N.-recognized Palestinian state, an issue that has been much discussed. “They are Palestinians, that’s their identity,” he says. “But … they are not automatically citizens.”

This would not only apply to refugees in countries such as Lebanon, Egypt, Syria and Jordan or the other 132 countries where Abdullah says Palestinians reside. Abdullah said that “even Palestinian refugees who are living in [refugee camps] inside the [Palestinian] state, they are still refugees. They will not be considered citizens.”

Abdullah said that the new Palestinian state would “absolutely not” be issuing Palestinian passports to refugees.


22 septembre 2011

L’apartheid palestinien Israël Palestine Revue de presse Terrorisme

USA Today

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PLO ambassador says Palestinian state should be free of Jews
USA Today

The Palestine Liberation Organization’s ambassador to the United States said Tuesday that any future Palestinian state it seeks with help from the United Nations and the United States should be free of Jews.

« After the experience of the last 44 years of military occupation and all the conflict and friction, I think it would be in the best interest of the two people to be separated, » Maen Areikat, the PLO ambassador, said during a meeting with reporters sponsored by The Christian Science Monitor. He was responding to a question about the rights of minorities in a Palestine of the future.

Israel has 1.3 million Muslims who are Israeli citizens. Jews have lived in « Judea and Samaria, » the biblical name for the West Bank, for thousands of years. Areikat said the PLO seeks a secular state, but that Palestinians need separation to work on their own national identity.

Israel has often complained of anti-Semitic views in Palestinian discourse. Palestinian media frequently publishes and broadcasts anti-Semitic sermons by Islamic religious leaders, while the Hamas-run Al-Aqsa TV shows programming for preschoolers that extolls hatred of Jews and suicide bombings, according to a 2009 State Department human rights report.

The PLO seeks a U.N. vote on Palestinian statehood when the U.N. General Assembly meets in New York City next week.


21 septembre 2011

Israël, histoire 101 En Vidéos Israël Moyen-Orient Palestine

Puisque l’ONU va tenir un vote important à propos de la Palestine cette semaine, j’ai pensé vous présenter 2 petits vidéos à propos d’Israël, histoire de vous montrer ce que les médias vous cachent…

Israel Palestinian Conflict: The Truth About the West Bank

Israel Palestinian Conflict: The Truth About the Peace Process


11 juillet 2011

La chanson de l’été ! Gauchistan Israël Palestine Terrorisme

Je dédie la chanson suivante à la flottille de Gaza de même qu’à leurs très (trop) nombreux partisans dans les médias:


25 mai 2011

La paix est impossible avec le Hamas États-Unis Israël Palestine Revue de presse Terrorisme

Haaretz

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Hamas: Obama will fail in forcing us to recognize Israel
Haaretz

Hamas condemned U.S. President Barack Obama’s speech to AIPAC on Sunday, saying it will not recognize Israel despite U.S. demands.

In his second Mideast speech, Obama reaffirmed U.S. support for Israel and called on the Gaza-rulers to recognize Israel’s right to exist, as well as free abducted Israel Defense Forces soldier Gilad Shalit. He also condemned the recent Fatah-Hamas reconciliation agreement.

Hamas spokesman Sami Abu Zuhri was quoted by Ma’an news agency as saying that Obama’s speech showed the U.S. government will continue « to support the occupation at the expense of the freedom of the Palestinian people. »

Moreover, Abu Zuhri emphasized that the U.S. « will fail » in forcing Hamas « to recognize the occupation. »

Hamas leader Ismail Radwan said that Obama gave in to the Israeli position at the expense of the Palestinian people and their rights. « It’s clear the Obama administration is working only to secure the safety of the Zionist entity… it’s clear the U.S. isn’t speaking about 1967 borders nor a Palestinian state, » Radwan said.

Sur le même sujet, je vous invite aussi à lire deux excellents billets de David Ouellette à propos du travail honteux de Radio-Canada relativement à la situation au Moyen-Orient:


22 mai 2011

Le courage canadien Canada États-Unis Israël Palestine Revue de presse

The Globe And Mail

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Ottawa won’t back Obama’s Mideast peace proposal
The Globe And Mail

The Harper government is refusing to join the United States in calling for a return to 1967 borders as a starting point for Mideast peace, a position that has drawn sharp criticism from Canada’s staunch ally Israel.

At a briefing ahead of the upcoming G8 summit in France, federal officials said the basis for the negotiations must be mutually agreed upon.

Israel quickly rejected U.S. President Barack Obama’s proposal for the talks to be guided by the 1967 borders, with mutually agreed land swaps. “What the government of Canada supports is basically a two-state solution that is negotiated,” a senior federal official said. “If it’s border, if it’s others issues, it has to be negotiated, it cannot be unilateral action.”

The Prime Minister’s director of communications, Dimitri Soudas, added that Canada’s position continues to be the search for a two-state solution.

“No solution, ultimately, is possible without both parties sitting down, negotiating and agreeing on what that final outcome will look like,” he said.

Les gauchistes doivent être contents, le Canada a décidé d’adopter une politique différente des Américains…


12 avril 2011

Le triomphe du gros bon sens (message à Khadir) Israël Palestine Revue de presse

National Post

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Black student association insulted when Israel called apartheid state
National Post

Let’s see the “progressives” figure this one out.

A U.S.-based alliance of black student organizations, the Vanguard Leadership Group, has run ads in the student newspapers on campuses where it’s active, calling for pro-Palestinian groups to stop calling Israel an apartheid state. In the ad, Vanguard writes to members of the group Students for Justice in Palestine, and asks that they “immediately stop referring to Israel as an apartheid society and to acknowledge that the Arab minority in Israel enjoys full citizenship with voting rights and representation in government.”

They probably shouldn’t hold their breath on that one.

Vanguard’s efforts aren’t likely to change the tenor of the debate in the Middle East, but that young black Americans, many of whom must still overcome genuine prejudice to reach their high goals, would stand up and call out the so-called progressives for their “deliberate misappropriation of words and flagrant mischaracterizations of Israel” is a welcome development.


6 avril 2011

Défection chez les gauchistes Israël Palestine Revue de presse Terrorisme

The Jerusalem Post

Goldstone: Israel didn’t target civilians
The Jerusalem Post

Judge Richard Goldstone said that if Israel had cooperated with his UN-sanctioned fact-finding mission into Operation Cast Lead and if he had known then what he knows today, « the Goldstone Report would have been a different document, » especially its allegations of « possible war crimes » directed at Israel.

In a Washington Post op-ed on Friday, Goldstone wrote that while Hamas clearly indiscriminately targeted civilians, subsequent Israeli investigations indicated that civilians « were not intentionally targeted as a matter of policy » by Israel. He lamented that Israel did not cooperate with his mission, as it would likely have influenced the Goldstone Report’s findings.

Goldstone also slammed the United Nations Human Rights Council, which commissioned the report, saying that the original mandate given to him was « skewed against Israel. »

While praising the IDF for following up on his report with « ‘lessons learned’ and policy changes, » he laments that « there has been no effort by Hamas in Gaza to investigate the allegations of its war crimes and possible crimes against humanity. »


22 mars 2011

Les Nations-Unies de la honte Coup de gueule Israël Palestine Terrorisme

The Jordan Times

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UNRWA scraps plan to teach Holocaust
The Jordan Times

The UNRWA [United Nations Relief and Works Agency for Palestine Refugees] director of operations in Jordan on Thursday said the agency will commit to teaching the curricula of host countries, shelving plans to include the Holocaust in school textbooks.

On Wednesday, UNRWA teachers in the country threatened to escalate measures by staging work stoppages and strikes if the relief agency continues with a plan to include the Holocaust in school textbooks. A recent statement announcing the plan triggered a wave of protest among UNRWA Arab cadres in the five areas of operation – Jordan, Lebanon, theWest Bank, Gaza and Syria.

In a statement issued March 13, the union said that teachers, students and their parents as well as all Palestinian refugees were shocked by the agency’s plans, describing them as “attempts to derail the relief agency from its main duty of providing humanitarian services to refugees”. The statement stressed that this topic, the Holocaust, should not be allowed to enter UNRWA schools in the five fields of operation.


14 mars 2011

Inhumanité à Gaza Israël Palestine Revue de presse Terrorisme

Yedioth Ahronoth

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Gaza celebrates; Fayyad condemns terror attack
Yedioth Ahronoth

Rafah residents hand out candy following murder of parents, three children in West Bank settlement of Itamar. Palestinian PM denounces act, says « we categorically oppose violence and terror, regardless of victims’, perpetrators’ identity »

Gaza residents from the southern city of Rafah hit the streets Saturday to celebrate the terror attack in the West Bank settlement of Itamar where five family members were murdered in their sleep, including three children.

Residents handed out candy and sweets, one resident saying the joy « is a natural response to the harm settlers inflict on the Palestinian residents in the West Bank. »

IDF and security forces have been scouring the West Bank area since late Friday night, and have arrested 20 Palestinians from the villages of Awarta, Zababdeh, Sanur and Siliya. The IAF employed unmanned aerial vehicle in an effort to search for the suspects.

The Hamas movement accused the Palestinian Authority’s security apparatus of arresting three of its activists near Qalqilya and Jenin.


13 juin 2010

Message aux « journalistes » de Radio-Canada En Vidéos Israël Palestine Terrorisme

Reportage de la chaîne allemande publique SWR qui devrait servir de leçon de journalisme à ces médias qui insistent pour qualifier d’humanitaire la flottille de Gaza affrétée par des islamistes radicaux: