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Friday, May 28, 2010

Proof the Gaza flotilla isn't about human rights

IDF Corporal Gilad Shalit was kidnapped by 'Palestinian' terrorists on June 25, 2006. Since then, all his family has received from him is one audiotape and one videotape. Not a single visit from the Red Cross or anyone else.

The Shalit family is desperate for word from their son. So they offered the 'activists' in the Gaza flotilla a deal: If the 'activists' would pressure Hamas to allow contact with and packages to be delivered to Shalit, the Shalit family would pressure the Israeli government to allow the 'flotilla' to land. Can you guess the response?
The Schalit family on Thursday asked for assistance from international left-wing activists due to arrive in the Gaza Strip later in the day.

If the left-wing activists pressure Hamas to allow international organizations to bring letters and food packages to Gilad Schalit, the kidnapped soldier's family has agreed to support the international expedition's attempt to dock, Army Radio reported Thursday.

Lawyer Nick Kaufman presented the offer to the organization "Free Gaza," one of the organizers of the flotilla headed for Gaza, which promptly refused the offer.

"We are disappointed that the organizers of the flotilla have refused to also provide basic humanitarian assistance to our son, who has been held in Gaza four years in contradiction of international law," said the Schalit family.
Real champions of human rights, aren't they?


At 12:02 PM, Blogger NormanF said...

They do not champion the human rights of the Jews. Then again you have to be pretty tight with Arab fascists to accept their viewpoint that Israel has no rights whatsoever - not even the right to see if its son is alive and well.

"Free Gaza" is not about freedom for the Gazans or human rights for the Jews.

What could go wrong indeed


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