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Sunday, February 20, 2011

Videos of violence in Libya and Yemen

I'd like to show you videos of what's been going on in Libya - where there are no Jews left - and in Yemen where there are Jews left. In both countries, there has been a lot of violence over the last few days, as the Arab dictators try to maintain themselves in power.

The first video I pulled up in a search for Libya showed a teenage boy with blood spilling out of a bullet wound in his head very quickly. That video has been posted by many people in the last few hours, but I thought it was too gory to post. I decided to pass on that one (you can find it by searching Libya in YouTube and sort by most recent postings). But here's a CNN report from Benghazi, Libya's second largest city and the center of the riots.

Let's go to the videotape.

You can learn a lot more about what's going on in Libya by going here.

Here's an al-Jazeera report from Yemen, where there has also been lots of violence.

Let's go to the videotape.

The difference between Egypt, on the one hand, and Yemen and Libya on the other, is that in the latter two countries, they have police or troops who are willing to fire on protesters. In Libya, it is claimed that many of those troops are mercenaries from other countries.

You will also note that there is not a single sign in either country in support of the 'Palestinians.' I guess the 'street' has other concerns.

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At 11:28 AM, Blogger Yishai said...

You're all idiots!!!

The problem is the Jewish settlements! If it weren't for the Jews stealing arab land and killing their babies, Qaddafi wouldn't have to shoot those women and children in order to keep the law and order all Muslims want.

Sheesh. I can't believe you don't see it. It's so obvious.

At 12:08 PM, Blogger NormanF said...


If the problem was Israel, the Arabs wouldn't be killing other in cold blood.

No - they'd still be doing it even if Israel had never existed.

At 3:24 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Spasms of Arab violence have wracked the monarchies and autocracies before with mobs in the streets, rulers killed and all the rest, interspersed with extravagantly fanciful religious sentimentality and bathos. So far the box score is Arab revolutionary reactionary deliriums: many and counting, "democracy": null set. Maybe the army in Egypt will hold maybe it wont'. Maybe the decadent playboys of the emirates will retain their hooker and Rolls Royce satrapies. Maybe they won't. Playing the atavistic furies of the "Arab street" is a mug's game appropriately left to the clueless ingrates of the O team.


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