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Monday, March 09, 2009

Delicious: Galloway stoned in Egypt

British nutcase George Galloway's convoy was stoned in El-Arish, Egypt on Saturday. The convoy, which had three terrorists removed from it before it ever left Britain, is supposed to be bringing medical aid to Gaza (Hat Tip: Little Green Footballs).
The biggest attack faced so far by the the 110-vehicle convoy, organised and led by the MP for Bethnal Green and Bow, came after it arrived in El-Arish on Saturday.

During a power cut – which is a frequent occurrence in the town – children had pelted the convoy with stones, a security official said.

"It's an absolute disgrace,'' convoy organiser Yvonne Ridley told the AFP news agency. "The power was cut. Under cover of darkness members of our convoy were attacked with stones.

"Vandals also wrote dirty words and anti-Hamas slogans. Several people in the convoy were injured in the attack."
Dirty words? Oy vey!

In the meantime, the 'convoy' is caught up in a dispute over whether it will be allowed to bring non-medical aid into Gaza. If nothing else, Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak has an instinct for self-preservation.


At 6:51 PM, Blogger NormanF said...

Interesting the Egyptians hate Hamas even more than the Israelis do. If they refuse to open their border crossing to help their Arab brethren, why should Israel be obligated to open its border crossings for people who are after all, its sworn enemies?

Israel should follow Egypt's example and just say "NO!" The next Western leaders come calling to ask why Israel is not opening its borders, Israel should inform them she is acting in the same spirit of self-preservation as her next door Arab neighbor and has every right to defend its sovereignty.

That is not open for discussion with the George Galloways of the world. Egypt led the way and showed Israel "the light."



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