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Wednesday, November 08, 2006

Another instance of 'Pallywood'?

It seems that this morning's alleged IDF artillery fire into a 'residential building' in Beit Hanoun may be another instance of 'Pallywood' - the phenomenon where Arab terrorists - whether from Hamas or Hezbullah - turn their own work accidents into 'massacres' perpetrated by the IDF against 'civilians.'

After defenseless minister Amir Comrade Peretz essentially took the blame for the IDF, the IDF is now reporting that 10 of the 12 fired shells hit their targets, a half-km from the building. The other two are still being sought. This sounds remarkably like the initial reports relating to the 'Gaza Beach massacre' in June:

The Post reports that the IDF concluded on Saturday that the explosion was caused either by an accidental IDF shelling or by an internal Palestinian incident. Commander of Gaza Division Brig.-Gen. Aviv Kochavi said that there was mounting evidence that the explosion was caused by the 'Palestinians.' Kochavi did not say how the explosion was caused.

The first phase of the IDF investigation has concluded that neither the IAF nor the Navy were involved.

Kochavi revealed that the IDF had fired at empty fields that were frequently used by terror operatives to launch Kassam rockets at Israel. He said that those sites were common targets of IDF shelling and were known as dangerous places that should be avoided.

Channel 2 reported that the IDF fired five shells into the Gaza Strip, the landing places of only four of them could be confirmed.

Remember how the beach incident turned out? Anyone want to take bets? The IDF remembers Qana, an instance of Pallywood's cousin - Hezbullywood:
As the investigation continues, the IDF well remembers the explosion in Lebanon this past summer in which Israel was accused of killing over 50 civilians. Later evidence showed that the number of dead was about half that, and that it was unlikely that an Israeli attack had actually caused the explosion.
And former Chairman (now Vice Chairman) of the Knesset Foreign Affairs and Defense Committee reminds us that even if it turns out that the IDF did hit that building, it cannot be blamed:
MK Yuval Shteinitz (Likud), a former Chairman of the Knesset Foreign Affairs and Defense Committee, said this morning, "With all the sorrow about the deaths of civilians, the responsibility for this tragedy lies squarely and fully on the shoulders of the terrorists, who use the citizens of Beit Hanoun as a human shield while they shoot at the city of Sderot."

"International law states clearly," Shteinitz added, "that the responsibility for harm to civilians is upon those who use them as human shields, and not upon those who fight [the terrorists]."
Stay tuned. And make way for 'Pallywood' again....


At 9:31 AM, Blogger Lois Koenig said...

Mazel tov! I see that The Guardian has picked up on Israel Matsav!


'Israelis divided over Gaza attack'

At 12:51 PM, Blogger Michael said...

Well, this wouldn't surprise me at all. The palys are very good at killing their own, and their only care in the world is hurting Jews. Put it together, and you get homemade "massacres."

At 3:26 PM, Blogger What is "Occupation" said...

honestly, i could give a rat's ass whether israel shot the round or not...

If you shoot rockets at israel you should expect to be shot at and die...

for too long has israel played this game like pussies.

Just make a statement to the world. From now on, all indiscriminate shelling from palestinian controlled areas will be responded to in kind times 10.

It's all Israel's fault for allowing this shit to go on for this long.

BOMB BACK and DONT apologize!

In fact PROMISE MORE of the same.

Make the statement to the world:

As long as the inbred morons that control these people use this people as shields they will suffer.

If it is war, act like it's war. Cut off all power to Gaza NOW.

Stop being pussies.


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