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Wednesday, September 05, 2007

How 'internationals' protect terrorists - Part 2

I hope that all of you have already seen How 'internationals' protect terrorists. If not, you may want to watch that one first. This video was allegedly taken later the same day in the same 'refugee camp.' It seems that when the six 'internationals' sat down in the middle of the road, the IDF was already inside the 'refugee camp.' Or so they apparently claim. As I understand their time line they claim that the previous video ended at 11:00 AM and this one starts at 11:30 AM and that the soldiers had been in the house they are standing outside since 3:00 AM. The 'internationals' claim that Arab children came and told the 'internationals' where the soldiers were based on seeing a sheet covering the supposedly only window in the house. Watch the video and then we'll talk.

Here's what I want you to notice about this video. First, that the brave 'internationals' all have their faces blocked out so that none of them can be identified. Why? Even the ISM usually has no qualms about having their pictures on the Internet.

Second, look at the home in which they allege that the soldiers are holed up. I know that when most of you hear the words 'refugee camp' you think of shanties without running water and with sewerage flowing in the streets. Does that house look like a shanty? Do you see any sewerage running in the streets?

Third, the whole premise of this film is that there are IDF snipers in the house (whom we never see) who are holding a number of 'Palestinians' (on the Google Video page they claim 30-35) for use as 'human shields.' But we never see any 'Palestinians' coming out of the house, do we? For that matter, we don't see that anyone is preventing any of the occupants in the film from leaving and at one point the door is even open to the 'internationals' - they claim they are talking to a soldier whom we don't see. In fact, we don't see any soldiers coming out of the house at all, because the 'internationals' suddenly withdraw (after calling the police?) to let them leave. All we see is a lot of soldiers - more than could probably fit into the one jeep that is sitting in the parking area - getting into an armored jeep. In fact, it looks like the same sequence of soldiers getting into the armored jeep was repeated two or three times.

Here are my conclusions from all this:

1. There were no 'Palestinian civilians' in the house.

2. There were probably no soldiers in the house either.

3. This video is brought to you by Pallywood.


At 9:32 PM, Blogger Red Tulips said...

Hi Carl,

Last night I attended a play written by Ami Dayan, Moshe Dayan's nephew. What I witnessed afterwards was an abomination of Jewish self hatred. I figured you would be interested in my comments right here.

At 9:43 PM, Blogger Carl in Jerusalem said...

Red Tulips,

VERY interesting. I don't know whether you made the connection, but this man's mother spoke at the anti-Israel conference in Brussels this past weekend.

At 10:31 PM, Blogger Red Tulips said...


I did not make the connection, but this is not surprising, after the Israpundit article I found on Elhanan and his self hating family.

It is sickening to think of the impact that traitors such as he have upon world public opinion. Most sickening is to think of 'panels' such as the one I attended last night, where the most 'moderate' and least Jew hating member is in fact a non-Jew.


At 9:28 AM, Blogger All Rounder said...

Hi Carl

Fascinating videos .... in stupidity, I think.

Born and raised in Australia to Indian parents, I am proud to say that I have a number of friends from all political spectrums, including Jewish.

The leftist tradition was about questioning what the establishment told you. I grew up with "post-modernism" being the flavour of all university courses. It appears that this stops when it comes to examining the leftitst position.

A few platitudes and quasi-statistics eg "Israel has broken numerous Security Council resolutions" are all it takes for the leftists who now dominate academia and media to seem like they have REAL facts behind their arguments.

Your videos/analysis further show how deluded and selective these people are ... I am sure that each of them really believe that they are doing something "right". Of course, when one launches into "rights"-based dialogue, there is no compromise, is there?

Thanks for your post.


PS Hey don't fall into the trap of assuming that because they have nice buidlings its not a refugee camp. These guys have been there for a while so of course they will spur building/construction industries. Unwittingly, of course, it plays into the hands of Hamas and Hizbollah because SOMEBODY needs to act like a government and provide these people with services, hospitals, schools etc. I am sure you know that Hamas was responsible for most of these services in the lead up to the election)

At 4:57 PM, Blogger Solomon said...

These people piss me off, Carl, but I wouldn't say it's Pallywood. You actually can see a soldier at 2:11 (they slow the film down to emphasize it)...as to whether there are civilians in the building or what else I couldn't say.


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