19 thoughts on “Israel’s ‘Spiral of Injustice’ Towards Palestinian Children”

  1. I am absolutely amazed at how terrific the stuff is on this site. I have saved this webpage and I truly intend on visiting the site in the upcoming days. Keep up the excellent work!

  2. Likudinized, racist, land-stealing Israel is an embarrassment to Jews — or should be.

  3. In the last 12 years the Israeli security forces caught tons of Arab children carrying explosives on there way to be homicide bombers. Amnesty International condemned the use of children commissioned for terrorist acts. Since Arabs themselves did not rise up in anger, the incident has proven once again, this time more conclusively than ever, that they hate Jews more than they love their own children.

    The Palestinian leaders rob their children of their souls and turn them into monsters.
    And Pal-sympathisers like John Glaser collude with this abuse of children by pretending it's not happening, and that everything is the fault of the Israelis.

    1. The Zionist are digging their own grave. Propaganda like the above will not save them . I too used to support Israel especially after watching and reading the movie and book Exodus. With the assault on the USS Liberty I had a rude awakening. Subsequent attrocities by the Zionist reinforced my change of mind. Slowly but surely others are reaching the same conclusions. Although most Americans are still in a stupor the rest of the world is waking up.

      1. You never supported Israel. When someone says " I used to.. ". that person never did.

        If I was the Israeli PM, there might not be any palestinian children. Period

        1. Long reality, short fiction. If you can feel it, see it, touch it, do it, make it, break it, push it…and that is true for most of what goes for your reality, you are doing all right.

  4. Ed Frias's comment typifies the sort of anti-Arab, 'blood libels' that typify what passes for Israel "truth-telling."

    Here's a corrective:


    Nazism, Zionism, and the Arab World

    Countering the myths spread by pro-Israel ideologues

    by Annette Herskovits / May 21st, 2012

    The intricate, sprawling architecture of deception that shapes understanding of the Israel-Palestine conflict in America is probably unique in history. For over six decades, the U.S. Congress, successive presidents, media, public opinion, all have supported a story which portrays Israel as wholly good and innocent, while painting those resisting its violence and injustice as anti-Semites, Nazis, and terrorists. The myth that Israel is the victim of unprovoked attacks by uncivilized Arabs persists, even in the face of Israel’s brutality and violations of international law in its 44-year long occupation of the Palestinian Territories.

    The grip of this fiction on the American collective mind reflects a conjuncture of causes: the West’s guilt about the Holocaust; the proto-Zionist theology of American evangelical sects; U.S. imperial interests in Middle East oil reserves; and the West’s long-distrust of and contempt for Arabs and Muslims.

    Propaganda produced by Israel and the American Jewish establishment inverts reality. This is crude stuff, manifestly false to anyone who would look up information published by a multitude of respected media and human rights organizations. But omissions and outright lies are probably a deliberate tactic: deny, deny … confuse, confuse … Like Israel’s building of “facts on the ground” (settlements, roads, etc.), it gains time; the hope is that Israeli power will eventually be so entrenched in the land of “Greater Israel” that nobody will remember Palestinians ever lived there.

    The justice of the Palestinian cause is increasingly recognized in the West, particularly at the grassroots level. This is due, above all, to the courage and persistence of the Palestinians themselves. But scholars—Arab, Jewish, and other—who challenge the deceptive narratives also deserve credit. One such scholar is Gilbert Achcar, a Lebanese-born professor at the University of London and author of several books on the Middle East and U.S. foreign policy.

    A smear campaign

    The Arabs and the Holocaust: The Arab-Israeli War of Narratives (Henry Holt and Company, 2010), Achcar’s most recent book, is an ambitious attempt to present an accurate history of Arab attitudes toward Nazism, Jews, and the Holocaust. It refutes the story told by pro-Israel zealots, who attribute hostility to Israel in the Arab world not to Israel’s actions, but to Arabs’ hatred of Jews: hatred, they argue, which originated in Islam and flourished with the Arabs’ collaboration with the Nazis during WWII.

    The book has been well received by Middle East and Jewish Studies scholars, and Achcar has been invited to give talks on many university campuses. This raised the ire of David Horowitz, founder of the Horowitz Freedom Center, which, according to its mission statement, “combats the efforts of the radical left and its Islamist allies to destroy American values and disarm this country … The leftist offensive is most obvious on our nation’s campuses, where the Freedom Center protects students from indoctrination and political harassment.”

    Last November, an article in the web FrontPage Magazine, edited and published by Horowitz, launched a smear campaign against Achcar. Focusing on a presentation by Achcar under the auspices of Middle East Studies of the University of California at Berkeley, the article appeared on a host of kindred websites, such as that of Campus Watch, an organization founded by Daniel Pipes, a main purveyor with Horowitz of Islamophobic material and whitewashing of Israel.1

    go to source for the rest.

  5. Israel–that criminal, racist Zionist entity–enslaves 1.5 million Palestinians in the "Gaza Ghetto." Israel kills Americans, and tried to provoke war between the U.S. and Egypt in 1954 (!) ("Lavon Affair"). In short, the Zionist entity commits crimes and outrages against everyone. What does the U.S. Government do? It puts Israel's interests ahead of America's!

    When future historians are mulling over the ruins of the United States, they'll have plenty to think about. . . .

    1. Over the top- but true that U.S. is one sided and that the Israeli lobby owns CONGRESS

  6. Best thing for Israel is to end this so called special relationship with the dying hunk of obese crap called the US.


    The US has turned into an ugly hate filled land. Time to end this special relationship.

    US, you want a 24/7 presence in the Med, which you regard as your swimming pool, then negotiate with Egypt, Libya or Syria.

    I know a loser when I see one.

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  9. What is israel is doing to this people is totally unfair, you can just be seizing peoples land like this. How will any one of us accept the fact that somebody has the right to kick us out of land and yet refuse to allow us to get essential needs. this is wickedness and the whole world is watching.

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