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Rancor and hatred provoked the Zionists of Tel Aviv to demolish thousands of the homes of Palestinians on the heads of people.

"For this reason, God seized them with punishment, so God set on them the king of Babylon Nebuchodonosor who killed them without mercy, took the rest captives to Babylon to torture them with hard labor.
Thus did [the Assyrian] king Assure: king of Nineveh took them captives to Nineveh and tortured them with hard labor,
as also had Pharaoh tortured them before."


Quran 33: 61-62, which mean:
(61. [They were] driven away with curse wherever they were found [because of their bad conduct, indecent acts, and vile words; therefore], they were seized [with torment] and killed [without mercy.]
62.
[That was] God's way [of dealing] with the [wrong-doers] who passed away before e; you can never find any changing in [the constant] God's way [of dealing f.])
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e It means: That was God’s way of dealing with the past nations, by setting on the hypocrites and wrong-doers, others more than them in doing wrong, so that they took revenge on them, tortured and captured them, plundered their women and enslaved their progeny.
f It means: God’s way of dealing does not change in the present and in the future; so that as was it in the past, it is the same at present and will also be the same in the future.

http://quran-ayat.com/pret/33.htm#a33_61

The Conflict between the Torah and the Quran
 

Ron in Regina

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Actually….it was a pack of murderous raping kidnappers on Oct 7th that are currently so cowardly that they’re hiding behind the population of Gaza and had planned to sacrifice the whole of Gaza and its inhabitants anyway….that have and are currently responsible for any and all reaction by Israel to the 240+ hostages and 1200+ murdered civilians that started this latest war in a series of wars over that fetid armpit of land called the Middle East.
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That’s how the world outside of those blinded by your religion of peace see this.
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If you can’t see that Hamas, & in turn Islam, lost this Public Relations fiasco in the first few minutes of the morning of Oct 7th with its own Video taken from Cell Phones and GoPro Videos, then you’re so far down the rabbit hole that you’re not ever going to see another perspective, and no amount of quoting Alli-Bin-Hillbillies interpretation of twisted faulty hogwash is going to convince anyone with an IQ above 75 that isn’t married to their own cousin (or closer genetically) that anything you quote is anything more than refined stupidity rendered down to its most baselessly retarded justification for conquest of all those (including other moslems) that don’t believe in exactly the same things you do.
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For that reason, any blood spilled by the Cowards of Hamas in Gaza, Israel, Syria, Jordan, Iran, ect…falls squarely on the hands of your own religious fanatical inbred brotherhood of worshippers of a paedophile who married a child, and those who praised him because they were too terrified of their own shadows to condemn this child rapist.
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Torch light, your team has already lost, but you’re just too blind to see the outcome that has yet to finish unfolding. The fanatical have just made it a whole lot harder for the moderates in your perverted sub-tangent of worship.

Putting religion aside for a minute, you do realize that this whole goat rodeo isn’t about religion, but about the concentration of power and control over the masses that is wrapped in the veil of religion to use the uneducated non-thinkers as cannon fodder for the few at the top living in hotels in Qatar or Turkey, or palaces in Iran, etc…right?

You’re not so blinded and ignorant that you can’t see through it all to realize that you’re just a rube…a pawn…to these arseholes that laugh behind your back as you’re out here quoting someone else’s interpretation of someone else’s interpretation of somebody else’s claim that God was whispering in his ear? Right?

The US Fleet in the Mediterranean & Red Sea’s will see that this doesn’t spill over into a whole regional war, so it’ll remain as a smaller war between Israel and those cowards that hide in the shadows like cockroaches in a pigpen, only to cower behind woman’s skirts and children’s schools if they feel like they might get to meet Allah up close and personal.
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If this does spill out into a conflict between nations, Iran will be the first to fall as a “past” nation. Just food for thought. Are you ready to sacrifice you family and children and grandchildren to the power brokers hiding in hotels in Qatar or under hospitals and schools in Gaza or the Sa’dabad Complex in Tehran who could care less about you or your family or your Quran regardless of its interpretation?
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Serryah

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Rancor and hatred provoked the Zionists of Tel Aviv to demolish thousands of the homes of Palestinians on the heads of people.

"For this reason, God seized them with punishment, so God set on them the king of Babylon Nebuchodonosor who killed them without mercy, took the rest captives to Babylon to torture them with hard labor.
Thus did [the Assyrian] king Assure: king of Nineveh took them captives to Nineveh and tortured them with hard labor,
as also had Pharaoh tortured them before."


Quran 33: 61-62, which mean:
(61. [They were] driven away with curse wherever they were found [because of their bad conduct, indecent acts, and vile words; therefore], they were seized [with torment] and killed [without mercy.]
62.
[That was] God's way [of dealing] with the [wrong-doers] who passed away before e; you can never find any changing in [the constant] God's way [of dealing f.])
..........................................................................................................................................................................................................................

e It means: That was God’s way of dealing with the past nations, by setting on the hypocrites and wrong-doers, others more than them in doing wrong, so that they took revenge on them, tortured and captured them, plundered their women and enslaved their progeny.
f It means: God’s way of dealing does not change in the present and in the future; so that as was it in the past, it is the same at present and will also be the same in the future.

http://quran-ayat.com/pret/33.htm#a33_61

The Conflict between the Torah and the Quran

Where's your condemnation of Hamas, Torchy?
 
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Ron in Regina

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Rancor and hatred provoked the Zionists of Tel Aviv to demolish thousands of the homes of Palestinians on the heads of people.
Israel held a meeting at the U.N. in Geneva late on Monday to raise awareness of sexual violence against women perpetrated during Hamas' Oct. 7 attacks amid criticism that the global body has kept quiet about the issue.
Quran 33: 61-62, which mean:
(61. [They were] driven away with curse wherever they were found [because of their bad conduct, indecent acts, and vile words; therefore], they were seized [with torment]
Israeli authorities have opened an investigation into sexual violence during the most deadly attack on Israel in its history, including rape, after evidence emerged pointing to sexual crimes, such as victims found disrobed and mutilated.

Hamas denies the abuses.

The aunt of 10-month-old Kfir Bibas, who is being held captive by Hamas along with the rest of his family, on Tuesday pleaded for their release.

Kfir has been held hostage in the Gaza Strip since the Oct. 7 massacre, when he was kidnapped from Kibbutz Nir Oz along with his father Yarden, 34, mother Shiri, 32, and brother Ariel, 4. Kfir was just 9 months old when he was captured.

The Israel Defense Forces said on Monday that the Bibas family had been “transferred” by Hamas to another terrorist group in Gaza and that they were being held in the southern Gaza city of Khan Younis??
 

Ron in Regina

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Wow...

Lots I want to say but it all boils down to - fuck the 'teachers' in these schools, and if they're UN run, they need to either put in PROPER teachers, or shut down the schools. Cause this is beyond bullshit and they should fucking know better.

And a bunch of other words including swearing :|
UNRWA schools have been teaching anti-Israel and antisemitic materials while turning a blind eye when their schools become rocket bunkers for Hamas. The result is a vicious society that committed heinous crimes against innocent Israelis on Oct. 7. We need to hold UNRWA and its funders accountable for the crimes committed against the innocent Jews and foreigners who were murdered and kidnapped on that day.

The lies, denials and innuendos about Israel distributed by the United Nations and its affiliated agencies have long been outrageous. But this week, the United Nations Relief and Works Agency (UNRWA) reached a new low that illustrates its veracious appetite to take advantage of the war by spreading lies to raise money.

This week, after spending nearly $1 billion on UNRWA over the last five years, Germany announced it is freezing all funding.

“UNRWA is not making a contribution to a peaceful solution,” Max Lucks of Germany’s Greens said. “Not a single cent from Germany should reach teachers who glorify the terror of Hamas.”

Similarly, the European Union has moved to withhold 39 million euros (C$58 million) from Palestinian groups, including from UNRWA. These NGOs are often accused of inciting hatred against Israel. The EU and other funders have demanded UNRWA and other agencies enforce contracts that require their schools and programs to be monitored. However, none of this has proven effective.

UNRWA “is the only refugee organization in the world for one specific group (the Palestinians).
 
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UNRWA schools have been teaching anti-Israel and antisemitic materials while turning a blind eye when their schools become rocket bunkers for Hamas. The result is a vicious society that committed heinous crimes against innocent Israelis on Oct. 7. We need to hold UNRWA and its funders accountable for the crimes committed against the innocent Jews and foreigners who were murdered and kidnapped on that day.

The lies, denials and innuendos about Israel distributed by the United Nations and its affiliated agencies have long been outrageous. But this week, the United Nations Relief and Works Agency (UNRWA) reached a new low that illustrates its veracious appetite to take advantage of the war by spreading lies to raise money.

This week, after spending nearly $1 billion on UNRWA over the last five years, Germany announced it is freezing all funding.

“UNRWA is not making a contribution to a peaceful solution,” Max Lucks of Germany’s Greens said. “Not a single cent from Germany should reach teachers who glorify the terror of Hamas.”

Similarly, the European Union has moved to withhold 39 million euros (C$58 million) from Palestinian groups, including from UNRWA. These NGOs are often accused of inciting hatred against Israel. The EU and other funders have demanded UNRWA and other agencies enforce contracts that require their schools and programs to be monitored. However, none of this has proven effective.

UNRWA “is the only refugee organization in the world for one specific group (the Palestinians).
Musk was going on about that a couple days ago but was called antisemitic.
 

Retired_Can_Soldier

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No, they happened in Israel and were planned by Hamas, Palestinians, and Iranians. Mission objective, terrorism, murder babies, rape women, sacrifice Palestinians, and crying victim.
 

Ron in Regina

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No, they happened in Israel and were planned by Hamas, Palestinians, and Iranians. Mission objective, terrorism, murder babies, rape women, sacrifice Palestinians, and crying victim.
Mission objective achieved. Now Israel’s mission objective is to make Hamas extinct. How do they achieve that without global condemnation?
 

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No, they happened in Israel and were planned by Hamas, Palestinians, and Iranians. Mission objective, terrorism, murder babies, rape women, sacrifice Palestinians, and crying victim.

And Israel retaliation led to the same on the Palestinian side.

So Mr. Soldier, what would YOU do if you were in charge? And we'll go with your "Fuck global Condemnation" comment (which Israel is doing anyway) and say you can do whatever you wanted?
 

Ron in Regina

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Moncton, N.B., has ignited a firestorm of criticism for cancelling its annual menorah display, with at least one prominent critic suggesting the decision is related to tensions over the Israel-Hamas war.

It comes at a time of rising antisemitism and anti-Israel demonstrations across Canada from pro-Palestinian supporters, including weekly demonstrations at Moncton city hall that Weil said have included pro-Hamas signs and slogans.

Young people and university students lead this new wave of activism for social justice because on their cell phones and computer screens they see the damage being done to people’s lives everywhere by 19th century-type colonial policies, whether against African Americans in Missouri, Palestinians in Gaza or Jenin, or ethnic minorities in other countries.

Not surprisingly, this global wave of activism for Palestine has elicited some wild accusations that the protests – especially in US universities — are motivated by anti-Semitism or support for Hamas. This reflects more than anything else the desperation of Zionist and pro-Israel groups who recognise and worry that their traditional propaganda in the West is flailing.

Hundreds of “radicalized” kids rampaged through the halls of a Queens high school this week for nearly two hours after they discovered a teacher had attended a pro-Israel rally — forcing the terrified educator to hide in a locked office as the teen mob tried to push its way into her classroom, The Post has learned.

The Jewish teacher forced to hide in an office at a Queens high school while 400 teens rioted her sought to make peace with pro-Palestine students when she returned this week, telling them, “I stand with the people of Israel, but I do not stand with Israel’s government,” they told The Post.

Sorry, Jew haters, but as a Canadian Jew I’m not going to be apologizing for my right to exist. Nor for my views about the Israel-Hamas war.

I’m not the one shooting up schools, firebombing community centres, vandalizing bookstores, phoning in death threats, painting Swastikas on people’s homes, intimidating patrons coming out of restaurants and political events, or trying to block rail lines in Canada.

I don’t do any of those things because I’m not insane and because I condemn acts of hatred against Canadians of Palestinian, Arab and Muslim origin, which are also happening here, because once you let the genie of hatred that you worship out of the bottle, as you have, it never stops with the Jews.
 

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Moncton, N.B., has ignited a firestorm of criticism for cancelling its annual menorah display, with at least one prominent critic suggesting the decision is related to tensions over the Israel-Hamas war.

It comes at a time of rising antisemitism and anti-Israel demonstrations across Canada from pro-Palestinian supporters, including weekly demonstrations at Moncton city hall that Weil said have included pro-Hamas signs and slogans.

Being half an hour away from Moncton, yeah, this is a... "thing". Sort of.

Despite the excuse that it's based on religion (no) yeah, it's likely because of the idiocy in the middle east. At least Monkeytown could have come out to be truthful that because of the backlash, they don't want to put up things that will draw problems to City Hall. But then again, it is Monkeytown for a reason.

Personally if that's the actual concern and not 'religion', that's fine, makes sense. If religion is the excuse they want to stick with, then they need to remove the angels from display as those are religious. The Christmas tree though is not so dude who suggested removing that can fuck off with the tree claim. But expecting Moncton city council to be open and honest is a laughable thing around here.

Side note: Not that anyone goes to M'ton for city hall's display. If anything, Riverview is the place to go for their lights along the river. Gorgeous as anything when snow is down.

Young people and university students lead this new wave of activism for social justice because on their cell phones and computer screens they see the damage being done to people’s lives everywhere by 19th century-type colonial policies, whether against African Americans in Missouri, Palestinians in Gaza or Jenin, or ethnic minorities in other countries.

And that's a problem?

Not surprisingly, this global wave of activism for Palestine has elicited some wild accusations that the protests – especially in US universities — are motivated by anti-Semitism or support for Hamas. This reflects more than anything else the desperation of Zionist and pro-Israel groups who recognise and worry that their traditional propaganda in the West is flailing.

That's true enough. Cause poor widdle Israel is all alone and so very, very unable to defend itself!

(maybe if their intelligence people and Government actually gave a shit and listened to what they're told about Hamas...)

Hundreds of “radicalized” kids rampaged through the halls of a Queens high school this week for nearly two hours after they discovered a teacher had attended a pro-Israel rally — forcing the terrified educator to hide in a locked office as the teen mob tried to push its way into her classroom, The Post has learned.

Had it been "kids force teacher to hide because they attended a pro-Israel rally and the kids disagreed" it'd be more truthful.

But again, clicks make the $$ flow.

Kids aren't being 'radicalized'. JFC. Kids are jumping on the bandwagon that outrages them more without the context to properly get what's going on, because they've been spoon fed either "Palestinians = evil, Israel is everything good and sweet and innocent and oh the poor Israeli's!" or "Israel = evil and Palestinians are all innocent and just trying to exist and the poor Palestinians". They aren't getting the actual facts/reality of the situation.

And they're kids; emotions work before brains.

The Jewish teacher forced to hide in an office at a Queens high school while 400 teens rioted her sought to make peace with pro-Palestine students when she returned this week, telling them, “I stand with the people of Israel, but I do not stand with Israel’s government,” they told The Post.

Well if true at least the teacher actually lines up with people in Israel and anyone else with common sense.

And that's what SHOULD have happened when this insanity began and became an issue outside of the region, when opinions began to be thrown out there. Teachers should be taking this fiasco as the opportunity to TEACH what is going on - and the truth of it, not glossed over parts that makes one side look worse than the other - so these kids realize that it's complicated, complex and no one side has the single hold on being "bestest nation" over the other.

Then again, teachers are being so fucking muzzled, what they can and can't teach anymore likely gives them complexes. Stuff like this doesn't help.


Sorry, Jew haters, but as a Canadian Jew I’m not going to be apologizing for my right to exist. Nor for my views about the Israel-Hamas war.

LOL - But I'm sure the right of Palestinian's to exist is another story? Not exactly a great way to start an opinion piece unless you want to be painted as one of those extremist Israeli types who want the destruction of Palestine/Arabs/Muslims.

I’m not the one shooting up schools, firebombing community centres, vandalizing bookstores, phoning in death threats, painting Swastikas on people’s homes, intimidating patrons coming out of restaurants and political events, or trying to block rail lines in Canada.

No, those are being done by fucking idiots who are using the stupidity of Israel's right wing "end them all" government to lash out and be fucking bigots and racists.

I don’t do any of those things because I’m not insane and because I condemn acts of hatred against Canadians of Palestinian, Arab and Muslim origin, which are also happening here, because once you let the genie of hatred that you worship out of the bottle, as you have, it never stops with the Jews.

Nah, you didn't do any of these things. Ignorance, bigotry, racism and just plain stupidity did these things. I'm glad you did point out that there are acts of hatred against Canadians of Palestinian/Arab/Muslim origin; that's more than some will do. But that doesn't absolve the article coming off at the start as from someone who is a bigot against Palestinians and a pretentious prick as well.

And that it never stops with the Jews, although that's also poor wording, throwing in a "just" before the "the Jews" would'a made things clearer. Not having it makes that sound like the Jews are the extra-special hated group above all hated groups. And while some might agree, hatred towards any group shouldn't be a fucking pissing/dick measuring/who hates us more contest.
 

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https://x.com/OliLondonTV/status/1731194202543755609?s=20

Palestinian man, Mohammed Nazal, who was serving a jail sentence in Israel for terror-related offenses before being exchanged for Israeli hostages, claimed both his arms were broken by Israeli police officers while in jail.

After being released, he is seen embracing relatives with both of his arms in tact and perfectly normal.

However, shortly after greeting his relatives his arms were placed in casts while he was paraded in several staged Hamas propaganda videos where he claimed his arms had been broken prior to his release from prison.

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https://x.com/OliLondonTV/status/1731194202543755609?s=20

Palestinian man, Mohammed Nazal, who was serving a jail sentence in Israel for terror-related offenses before being exchanged for Israeli hostages, claimed both his arms were broken by Israeli police officers while in jail.

After being released, he is seen embracing relatives with both of his arms in tact and perfectly normal.

However, shortly after greeting his relatives his arms were placed in casts while he was paraded in several staged Hamas propaganda videos where he claimed his arms had been broken prior to his release from prison.

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Terrorist work much like their lefty supporters. A lie is as good as the truth if you can get someone to believe it.
 
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