Guardian of the guilty

Flag of Palestine - but who are the Palestinian people? Why speak of coexistence when they speak of resistance? Do they include Marwan Barghouti, who cheats on hunger strikes? And why does PBS present a view that leads to sacrifice of her children?
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Despite England’s experiences during World War II and her current informal “occupation” by her own brand of deadly Islamists, The Guardian’s views are neither civilized nor rational.  In his column, Gaza: this shameful injustice will only end if the cost of it rises, Seurnas Milne has a willful misinterpretation of the events in the Middle East.  His column is laden with stark hatred and lies, and he clearly champions a policy that supports the Hamas Covenant, a Charter that calls for the eventual creation of the 58th Islamic state in “Palestine,” and the obliteration or dissolution of the only homeland for the Jewish people – as well as the annihilation of the Jewish people worldwide.

Where else the Guardian gets it wrong

The Guardian is often factually inaccurate, as its writers insist on their own type of equity for what amounts to a verbal pogrom against the Jewish state – but not against tyrannical regimes.  However, even ISNA (Islamic Society of North America), Syrian American Medical Society, Syrian Relief and Development, Muslim Public Affairs Council and Islamic Relief USA recently condemned Syria’s chemical weapons attack of her people (including women and children).  When it was revealed that at least 108 people, including 49 children under age 10, were slaughtered in the 15-month Houla massacre, it was explained as acceptable that tyrants kill children to intimidate the opposition!

The Guardian: if it's anti-Israel it's fit to print. Graphic courtesy TPATHThere was no demand for equal justice when Mahmoud Abbas’s terrorists slaughtered the 11 Israeli athletes in 1972 Munich, and no demand for vengeance for the beheading of Jewish-American journalist, Daniel Pearl.  They expressed no shock at the injustice of Israel’s exchange of 1027 terrorist prisoners for the life of one kidnapped Israeli soldier, Gilad Shalit, or when terrorists slaughtered the Fogel family or the three Israel teenagers.  They maintained their silence throughout the firing of thousands of rockets into Israel from Gaza, never demanding balance with an equal number of rockets from Israel to Gaza.

To define this further, Israel follows the rules of war and targets military combatants (after warning Palestinian citizens to escape Israel’s retaliation), whereas Hamas intentionally targets civilians, deliberately focusing on children, thereby breaking two rules of war – killing their own and Israel’s children.  The media cry that there weren’t enough Jewish children killed to match the number of Muslim children, and they want to blame only Israel for the death of Muslim children even when Hamas is entirely responsible.  All the wars were begun with Islamic attacks and, by international law, Israel has every right to defend herself – her boundaries and her citizens.

The media offer little coverage when the Islamic culture encourages children to detonate themselves among Israelis, and when parents celebrate the occasions with candy, enjoying Hamas’s gifts, and naming town squares after their expendable offspring.  And although sharia law denounces music and dance, it appears to be acceptable to revel in the streets for their martyred sons and daughters.

The hostile Guardian and similar news sources raise their voices only for the number of Palestinian children killed, although the BBC has been awakened to new evidence that numbers received from Gaza are quite skewed.  Israel provides shelters for their children; Gazans provide shelter for their rockets, and endanger children for an increased body count for public sympathy.  And while Israel’s hypocritical enemies, including Hillary Clinton and Nancy Pelosi, call Hamas a humanitarian organization, the West continues its funding for inhumane reasons – such as for the extensive system of tunnels dug for access to Israeli children’s schools and kibbutzim for an impending hands-on carnage.

The system of jihad in detail

Land acquisition is a major priority for the Islamic agenda, and the Qur’an allows deception, lies, and human sacrifice for the cause.  Islam also relies on the humanity and basic decency of Judeo-Christian people and nations to disbelieve what we find unfathomable.  Jihad exists in many ways, from Israel to Africa, Scandinavia, Spain, Germany, China, America and England.  Few journalists are fit to report accurately or are willing to accept the truth for themselves.  None of these host countries, including Israel, is an “occupier,” yet each is an invaded land, and we should be defending our homeland NOW, or be prepared to relinquish our identity and culture to Islamic oppression.

As in the greater Middle East, where previous peoples have been annihilated or Islamized, they could not adequately defend themselves and were conquered by Islam.  Israel can, will, and has every right to do so under international law. 

Jihad training begins with treating children as chattel and indoctrinating them at an early age to hate the kaffir (the “rejecter” of Allah). Pedophilia, demoralizing and frightening to the children, is legalized, and “thighing” infants to raping young children” will continue in the Muslim world as long as “Allah” encourages men to be owners instead of husbands and fathers. Sodomizing a baby is halal (permitted under Sharia law).

Pre-adolescent marriage is codified in Qur’an 65:4, and women are held hostage under law, subject to severe punishment, and it is under these circumstances that children are raised to be fearful and subservient to their master.  Polygamy also affects children, immersing them in a self-pitying, resentful, victim mentality.  If the reader would like to delve further into this depraved culture, please read Nonie Darwish’s Cruel and Usual Punishment.

The primarily unschooled, illiterate majority, who foresee no self-fulfillment or escape, become hair-trigger-angry young men who hate their lot in life, are brainwashed and compelled to do as bidden, and prepared to die for the cause.  In so doing, they see a way out – an escape to tranquility and the promise of sexual pleasures in Paradise.

How Hamas exploits children

These are but a few of the reasons that create an unfeeling underclass of warriors who have no sympathy for children, but will use them for their purpose.  Keeping children near explosives and bombs will ultimately lead to an increased body count, just as using child labor for tunnel excavation resulted in the loss of more than 160.  Not only are women and children placed on rooftops of targeted buildings (those from which rockets are fired into Israel) and used as human shields, but a recent video showed jihadists hanging small, terrified, crying boys from a targeted building’s fence.  And if these children do survive their childhood, they will become the next generation of damaged, robotic killers who feel no compassion and are inured to pain and bloodshed.

This is a horrific example of child abuse to which the media turn a blind eye, and the U.N. fails to address.  Rather, the immoral go out of their way to blame the Israel Defense Forces for harming women and children who are forced into such circumstances.   The media fail us, just as the Muslim Brotherhood (MB) predicted.  Journalists like Milne, whether cowardly or deceptive, would become an acquiescent, obedient dhimmi, a “useful idiot” that represents the Islamic-fascist mentality, willing to accept caliphate domination in the interest of hate or “peace.”

A recently discovered Hamas manual verifies its method of urban warfare. “Introduction to the City War” extols the benefits of civilian deaths and admits that Israel tries to avoid them.  This is not a Hamas war against ”occupiers,” but an Islamic war to annihilate the entire state of Israel, against which Israel must continue to defend until there is unconditional surrender.  It is also a reminder that this is WAR – a global war – against all who will not accept Islamic Sharia law.  And, if the media continue its stance against Israel, and continue to look away from Islam’s slaughter of Christians, they may well be designing a future for themselves under the very cruel and severe Sword of Allah, from which no conquered nation has ever recovered.

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Author of “Confronting the Deception,” Tabitha Korol began her political career after 9/11, with letters to the editor and essays, developing a readership and earning two writing awards along the way. Her work appears on Academia.edu, Christian Action Network, Conservative News and Views, Dr. Rich Swier, iPatriot, Liberty News & Views, LobbyistsforCitizens.com; Published Reporter, Renew America, Ted Belman, The Noisy Room, Trevor Loudon’s New Zeal, Virginia Christian Alliance, WebCommentary, and others.

20 Responses to Guardian of the guilty

  1. nicosb says:

    ‘Despite England’s experiences during World War II and her current informal “occupation” by her own brand of deadly Islamists, The Guardian’s views are neither civilized nor rational.’

    OK…I get it you don’t like the Guardian, but could you please explain to me what on earth you are talking about when you refer to : ‘[Britains’s] current informal “occupation” by her own brand of deadly Islamists’? There is no such occupation.

    Certainly there have been a few attacks by demented Islamic fundamentalists in the UK , but to talk about an ‘occupation’ by ‘deadly Islamists’, informal or otherwise, is absolute nonsense.
    For the record there have also been attacks on Mosques and Muslims by Christian fundamentalists; does this mean we’re under occupation by deadly Christians as well?

    If you want your argument to be taken seriously could you at least not include nonsensical statements get your opening sentence? That way people might just be bothered to read the rest of the piece. Of course if you can demonstrate that Britain is currently ‘informally occupied by her own brand of deadly Islamists’ I’m sure we’d all love to know how, when and where it happened.

    And just for the record, other than the Channel Islands, Britain was not ‘occupied ‘ during World War II.

    • Terry A. Hurlbut says:

      The most tragic spectacle in all of journalism is the denial, on the part of a captive, of his own captivity.

      I diagnose you with a terminal case of the Stockholm Syndrome.

      Everyone, on this side of the pond, knows of the special accommodations by Her Majesty’s Government, and especially in the government schools, for Muslim precepts, and the suppression of Christian precepts. This when Her Majesty carries the title of Fide Defensor. Defender of the Faith. Does that title mean a farthing anymore?

  2. Fergus Mason says:

    “Everyone, on this side of the pond, knows of the special accommodations by Her Majesty’s Government, and especially in the government schools, for Muslim precepts…”

    Yes, but let’s be honest here: People on your side of the pond don’t exactly have a stellar reputation for knowing very much about the 99.5% of nations that aren’t the USA. Britain’s muslim population is around 6%. Say one in five of these are islamists of some description. That’s hardly an occupation, their influence is confined to a handful of large cities and there’s a backlash (both public and official) against what demands they have made.

    “Does that title mean a farthing anymore?”

    No. The UK is a secular democracy. Also the farthing hasn’t been legal tender since 1960.

    • Terry A. Hurlbut says:

      “Effective occupation” results when those numbers of Muslims, however small, tell HMG what to do. You admit they have an influence. That the people are beginning to find the gonadal fortitude to throw off that effective occupation, itself shows the occupation is in force.

  3. Fergus Mason says:

    “when terrorists slaughtered the Fogel family or the three Israel teenagers”

    Israel and the USA are the only countries on Earth where you’ll find any sympathy for settlers. Seriously; the rest of the planet hates them. What happened to the Fogels and those teenagers was revolting and unjustifiable, but it’s hard to deny that they died because they insisted on illegally occupying someone else’s land.

    • Terry A. Hurlbut says:

      As ever, you show complete disregard – not merely ignorance, but wilful disregard – for the full history of the region, both ancient and modern. I have been over this before. I could dismiss your statement as the results of a self-sampling survey of one, therefore the statistically weakest possible survey. But I don’t care to validate your premise. Instead I say, in answer to your statement that “the rest of the planet hates” these newest pioneers, and by extension all the rest of Israel: I couldn’t care less.

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  5. nicosb says:

    ‘I diagnose you with a terminal case of the Stockholm Syndrome.’
    Thank you for your diagnosis. I note that you haven’t responded to the question I raised i.e. where is the evidence, other than anecdotal ‘Everyone, on this side of the pond, knows of the special accommodations by Her Majesty’s Government, and especially in the government schools, for Muslim precepts, and the suppression of Christian precepts.’ that the UK is ‘occupied’ by islamists?
    And no, nobody gives a farthing about Mrs Gluksburg title as ‘Defender of the Faith, and anyway her son is alleged to be changing one of his titles to ‘Defender of Faiths’.

    • Terry A. Hurlbut says:

      Anecdotal evidence is still evidence. You might not care to admit its strength, but there it is. And in your last sentence you actually prove the point Ms. Korol and I make, or something related to it, anyway.

  6. Fergus Mason says:

    “when those numbers of Muslims, however small, tell HMG what to do”

    Except they don’t. In fact most if not all of their demands are that HMG stops doing what it’s doing, and it rarely if ever does.

    “You admit they have an influence.”

    Yes, but not a significant one. It’s enough to persuade a few sandal wearers to support them, but certainly not enough to prevent the RAF bombing any Islamic country it feels like.

    “itself shows the occupation is in force.”

    Ha ha. No. It shows that an occupation isn’t even a remote possibility, because the people won’t stand for it.

    • Terry A. Hurlbut says:

      Then why do they go in for the Political Correctness we see? It ought to be Politically Correct to remind those Muslims that they’re there on the sufferance of the native-born.

  7. Fergus Mason says:

    “complete disregard – not merely ignorance, but wilful disregard – for the full history of the region, both ancient and modern.”

    Not really. In fact I’m writing an eBook about its ancient history right now, which involves extensive research. What history tells us, however, is that the people of Gaza and the West Bank converted to Christianity almost 2,000 years ago and then the majority converted again, to islam, in the 7th century. To now colonise the current residents because their ancestors stayed there after the Bar Kokhba rebellion instead of joining the diaspora is immoral and insane.

    • Terry A. Hurlbut says:

      Wha-a-t! Well, if you want to throw yourself smack in the middle of a dispute on which people have the better claim to that land, it’s your funeral. While you’re at it, you might wish to explain why Emperor Hadrian did not scatter the Christians hither and yon as he did the Jews. (And not all the Jews, either.)

  8. Fergus Mason says:

    “a dispute on which people have the better claim to that land”

    There’s no dispute. Many of the Palestinians still have the keys to the houses they or their relatives were driven from in 1947/48. It’s their land and has been since the days of Israel and Judah. You did know that DNA testing shows Middle Eastern Jews, Samaritans and Palestinian Arabs are genetically identical?

    “While you’re at it, you might wish to explain why Emperor Hadrian did not scatter the Christians hither and yon as he did the Jews.”

    Because there were only about nine of them and they hadn’t been massacring Roman garrisons.

    • Terry A. Hurlbut says:

      Keys to houses that date back to 1947 mean nothing. I already pointed out that the holders of those keys left voluntarily, this although the Haganah specifically told them they could stay if they were willing to accept Jewish rule. But King Abdullah’s generals told them, “Come to our side of the line, and we will eventually drive the Jews into the sea and then you can return.” And so they left.

      “Has been their land since the days of Israel and Judah.” I defy you to show that.

      I have not heard of any such DNA results. If Middle Eastern Jews are genetically identical to “Palestinian” Arabs, then I submit those results are meaningless.

      Finally: first you said (in an earlier comment) the people who stayed converted to Christianity, and then a majority converted to Islam. Now you say only nine individual Christians remained. Which is it?

      I shudder to think of the quality of the research you say you bring to bear. I will tell you right now I would no doubt consider your research lacking. But I will issue you a challenge. Dare you, once you have your book (that you also mentioned earlier) in print or in such other state as to make it reviewable, send me a review copy, or ask your publisher to do the same? I have available to me a very well-read Biblical scholar – a Doctor of Ministry as a matter of fact, and I cite that only to show the extent of his preparation – whom I might consult for assistance in checking out such truth claims as you propose to make.

      Legen Sie Ihr Geld, wenn Ihr Mund ist.

  9. Fergus Mason says:

    “I already pointed out that the holders of those keys left voluntarily”

    The IDF disagree. They state that the predominant reason for the flight of the indigenous population was fear of the Haganah, with atrocities carried out by Irgun and Stern Gang terrorists in distant second place. I also note that refugees who voluntarily flee a war zone have an absolute right to return, WITHOUT conditions such as accepting sectarian rule by immigrants.

    “King Abdullah’s generals told them, “Come to our side of the line, and we will eventually drive the Jews into the sea and then you can return.” And so they left.”

    The IDF say this is rubbish.

    ““Has been their land since the days of Israel and Judah.” I defy you to show that.”

    The DNA shows that. The Palestinian Arabs, like the Philistines and Jews, are direct descendants of the people of Israel and Judah.
    “Now you say only nine individual Christians remained.”

    That’s what’s known as dramatic exaggeration. My point is that in the time of Emperor Hadrian there were very few christians and, unlike the Jews, they hadn’t been making a squalid nuisance of themselves to the Roman authorities. That’s why they weren’t expelled. The Romans were very tolerant of other religions unless you gave them a reason not to be. In fact the only ones they ever persecuted were Druidism and Judaism, because both were fiercely nationalistic, and (later and intermittently) Christianity, because they just didn’t like it much.

    “I have available to me a very well-read Biblical scholar – a Doctor of Ministry as a matter of fact”

    He wouldn’t like it. It’s just a straight-to-Kindle movie tie-in about the Exodus. Which, you’ll no doubt be startled to know, I believe has at least some basis in fact.

  10. nicosb says:

    ‘It ought to be Politically Correct to remind those Muslims that they’re there on the sufferance of the native-born.’
    Many Muslims in the UK ARE native-born and as such they are entitled to exercise their democratic rights should they so wish in exactly the same way as any other British citizen. If you want to talk about undue and unfair influence being exerted by religious groups in the UK, may I remind you that unlike Christians, neither Muslims nor Jewish leaders are entitled to 26 seats in the House of Lords – seats they occupy just because of their religion. It seems to me that the religious minorities in the UK, or even Christians who are not CofE, have grounds to complain about the disproportionate bias towards Christianity. ( Now If you’re going to suggest that it’s a lunatic system having an unelected upper chamber I would agree with you but remember, if you do away with it, the chances of religious leaders of any belief getting elected just because of their religion are, thankfully, between zero and nil.)

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