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Sunday, October 24, 2010

Contraband on board?

There was at least one item on board that 'humanitarian aid' boat that docked in El Arish last week that had nothing to do with feeding 'starving' Gazans.
Members of the Islamic Hamas movement Saturday scattered ashes from the nine Turkish activists killed by Israeli naval forces during the interception of their Gaza-bound flotilla on the graves of Hamas militants killed in Gaza.

The dust of the Turkish activists was brought to Gaza by campaigners form the aid convoy Lifeline 5 - which arrived in the coastal enclave on Thursday, Hamas officials said.

Mahmoud Zahar, a senior Hamas leader who scattered the ashes on Hamas militants' graves, told reporters that "this action reiterates the strong ties between the Turkish people and the Palestinians in confronting Israel."

He added "those campaigners of the freedom flotilla, had sacrificed themselves and their blood for breaking the siege imposed on Gaza. Today the dusts are mixed upon the request of the families of the Turkish victims."

"The dust of Palestinian martyrs will be sent to Turkey to be mixed with the dust of the Turkish martyrs," Zahar said.
Something is very strange here: Islam doesn't allow cremation.



At 1:16 AM, Blogger NormanF said...


Why do you assume Muslims are bound by their own rules?

Those rules are for the infidels. If you're a Muslim you can do whatever you want because well - you're Muslim!

At 3:34 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Something is very strange here ---------

What else is new?
The muslims tell the media something and the media prints it without question.
Doesn't seem strange, it seems like business as usual.


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