Tuesday, August 01, 2006

Hezbollah enteritis

'In Qana, grocer Hassan Faraj -- who had sworn a day earlier never to leave -- jumped at the chance to escape. He shuttered his shop and loaded his wife and child into a van to go north into the mountains.

"My mother is very unwell, I must go and see her," he said, explaining his change of mind and insisting he was just dropping off his family to return.'

It seems to me one day he was sucking up to the local brave Hizbollah heroes, defenders of international law, candidates for Order of the Maltese whatever from the Vatican Pharisees office, etc. Then something changed his mind. The whole world hates the perfidy of the Jews at Qana; what is so hard about saying, 'They're terrible mean and nasty. They blew up the building and killed my cousins and the children,' sob, ('and a couple of nice people who hadn't paid their bill,') (blows nose). 'My holy duty from the Koran is to protect my children,' sob, sob, "I must quit this lovely place of my birth and leave it only to the Hizbollah heroes, who by the most sweetest of graces will courageously stay..' Why not? Because, he doesn't want his heroes to misunderstand and think that he is criticizing blowing up the building. He doesn't want them to get confused and think he might be thinking of their guilt, nor does he want to stay where he may have just seen useful dead examples of "Israeli injustice." Love for your sick mother gives you a better exeunt.

10 comments:

Nathalie said...

Hum ... How is your French Michael? I have decided to temporarely quit my split personality and express myself only in my French blog where I talk about Cana oops Qana.
http://dialogue-orange.blogspot.com/

Nat

michael said...

Would be interested in your view of this French Canadian in Cana apparently there around the time of the incidents.

Doug said...

The link from above:
According to this news report , the Israeli military is investigating a suspicious gap of several hours between the air strike on the building in Qana and its collapse on civilians.
It is possible that the suspiciously delayed collapse was caused by Hezbollah explosives in the building. The investigation continues.

Other Links:
Hezbollywood?
Evidence mounts that Qana collapse and deaths were staged
ISRAEL INSIDER


Nice Evidence of Fake Heros and Dead Muslim Children

Nathalie said...

Michael, I don't know if you are asking for my opinion after you read the article (don't know if you read French ...). This is a very manipulative one-sided pro-Hezbollah piece of garbage article. This is what I think.

It talks of the stink of death everywhere, pink pyjamas and teddy bears. One million Israelis have been forced to live in shelters because of the Hezbollah attacks. Sorry, but we actually keep our children away from the bombs, we don't put them next to rocket launchers or above munitions to be hit by the enemy's counterattacks ...

Who is responsible for civilians' death in Lebanon, those who launch rockets from civilian sections
(to target only civilians) or those who protect their civilians while counterattacking with targeted hits? In laws of war there is . jus ad bellum and jus in bello Terrorism is forcing us to open a new chapter on war ethics. The way Israel is comdemned in the media is based on war ethics that may be obsolete.

michael said...

Albritton's blogpost had a note from 'Liberal Avenger,' the first commenter, which used this Canadian blogger as proof for his view that there had been an Israeli massacre in Qana, and I appreciate your evaluating it for me. I think I was able to read, from your blog, significant points but didn't start well on hers. Thanks for your help.

Nathalie said...

In the meantime Qana "massacre" is down to 28 dead instead of 52. Not that it is not horrible, of course it is. However the question I ask myself is why when Israelis in a counterattack unpurposely kill civilians - it's a massacre, but when Palestinian suicide bombers kill the same amount of Israeli civilians in a bus, this is just normal life in this corner of the world and there is no international outrage and no "Jerusalem Massacre" big titles on every newspaper in the world. Tell me why ...

michael said...

You think I have all the answers? OK, it's rhetorical, and I shouldn't get so puffed up. Seriously, I think people do, in one compartment of their thinking, suspicioualy accept the idea that Jews are close to G-d, and then the representative of G-d. But they know this G-d as the split mother, as like Vishna. Vishna can 'create worlds' for you, make you happy. But if you are frustrated, Vishna may 'want to destroy you' and that is not right. Any 'resistance' may be appropriate against this murderer or his/her representative. Does 'sinah' mean hate in Hebrew; so that perhaps the X commandments from Sinai, might represent ways to avoid our hatred of frustration but also may represent the hated rules of the Vishna who is destroyer of our tempting impulses.

Doug said...

"when Palestinian suicide bombers kill the same amount of Israeli civilians in a bus, this is just normal life in this corner of the world and there is no international outrage and no "Jerusalem Massacre" big titles on every newspaper in the world. Tell me why ... "
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The latest reason is that Gaawdawful fence!
How could you blame them for that?
That thing is UGLY!

michael said...

Au contraire, the one thing I have always admired about the Palestinians is that they could really dig ugly. How could you not and have 8 kids on the UN dole? If that wall is ugly, it should calm them like FX Mozart: Acht lieden, currently playing here on WRR. Mark my words when they adopt '/? ---- !!/' as their national anthem. Please excuse my Arabic for 'Death to Pepsi-Cola' with melody a tuba band improvisation of A. Hitler.

Nathalie said...

Doug,

The wall was built to protect Israeli civilians from terrorism and as an alternative to violence counteracting violence. We all can see what happens in Gaza and in Lebanon when Israel has no choice left but counteract terrorism. It ain't pretty for neither side ... But as long as terrorist groups and Arab leaders financing them will support the eradication of Israel they will have to deal with the Israeli army, which is and always has been a defense army.