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Tuesday, May 31, 2011

'Palestinians' to march on Israel's borders to mark 'setback' of Six-Day War

Prepare for the 'naqsa,' the 'setback' of the Six-Day War. It will be commemorated by the 'Palestinians' and their Arab allies next week with yet another march on Israel's borders.
The website “Third Palestinian Intifada” and its Facebook page, “Countdown to the Third Palestinian Intifada,” have posted detailed plans for marches on Israel’s borders with Syria, Lebanon, Jordan and Gaza, as well as processions to Jerusalem’s Al- Aksa Mosque, on three separate dates before and during the war’s anniversary.

The group’s “plan of action” calls for mass rallies on June 3, 5 and 7 – the Friday leading up to the Six Day War anniversary, the date on which the war began and the date Israeli troops took Jerusalem, respectively.


This time, military officials said the IDF will deploy larger forces along Israel’s northern borders to avoid a repeat of the Nakba Day disturbances.

The officials said they expect the rallies to be relatively peaceful, and that they hope an effective troop deployment can prevent border infiltrations altogether.

“The goal is twofold,” one defense official said. “To prevent infiltrations, and at the same time, to try to ensure there are no casualties on either side.”
How about making sure that if there are any casualties, they are on their side and not ours?

Read the whole thing. Please take special note of this part:
According to Third Palestinian Intifada’s “plan of action,” following prayers on Friday, Arabs in Israel, the West Bank and Jerusalem will march on the Al- Aksa Mosque to declare their “allegiance” to the holy city. Egyptians are instructed to gather in Tahrir Square to do the same, as are residents of “the rest of the Arab, Islamic and Western capitals.” Gazans and Jordanians are encouraged to march on their respective borders with Israel.

Two days later, Arab residents of Israel, the West Bank and Jerusalem are again instructed to march on Al-Aksa Mosque, and to “clash with Israeli soldiers in contact areas,” while in Lebanon, Syria and Jordan, protesters are to march “peacefully” to their respective border with Israel.

In the capitals of Arab, Islamic and Western countries, rallies are planned outside “Zionist embassies,” including Israel’s diplomatic missions in Egypt.

On June 7, “millions of Arabs, Muslims, Christians and liberals of the world, led by university students in different places will swear allegiance to Jerusalem on the day Jerusalem fell and the mosques and churches fell to the hands of the Zionists.”

Organizers are calling again for marches on Al-Aksa Mosque, and for a “construction convoy” from Egypt to Gaza to bring building materials to the Strip.



At 8:00 AM, Blogger Unknown said...

not good for all pax on the mothership earth.

At 11:11 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

and liberals ,

lol, is that a code for "for Jews?"

Somehow I doubt "liberals" would be interested in marching for a religous cause.

At 11:20 AM, Blogger NormanF said...

The Third Intifada is about putting global public pressure on Israel. Its first stage was the Nakba Day events this month.

Expect more anti-Israel demonstrations in the future.

What could go wrong indeed


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