Tuesday, June 5, 2007

Headline: Palestinians throw stones

That's not a shocker, is it? So Pallies threw stones. It's the whole concept of the Intifada. So why should this be newsworthy, even for Jpost?

But wait, let's read some more...
"Palestinians throw stones at Peace Now bus"
Ah now that's more like it. There's irony for you. The very same people who trust the Pallies as peace allies, who assure us that their violence is always a reply to some violence on our side, got a stones thrown at them.

Hmmm. I wonder what those people inside the bus were thinking while rocks were being thrown at them. Especially considering the reason they were there in the first place.

Palestinians threw stones at a Peace Now bus and a police vehicle at the end of a left-wing protest in Hebron on Tuesday.
The protest itself, which marked 40 years since the Six Day War, passed without any disturbances.

I hope I'll have time this week to write about the war of 1967, and its implications and those odd little details which MainStream Media seems to ignore/intentionally omit and which make the whole difference.
Anyhow, today 40 years ago started the Six Day War, during which Israel conquered todays disputed territories, Gaza and the West Bank. The war was imposed onto the Israeli population,

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