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#1 Slosh

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Posted 29 December 2003 - 12:24 PM

Iranian Leaders to Victims:
Better That You Die Than We Accept Israeli Help


Iran took time out from dealing with its tens of thousands of earthquake casualties to spew forth more hatred towards Israel - even at the expense of its own dead, wounded, orphans and homeless.


Iran took time out from dealing with its tens of thousands of earthquake casualties to spew forth more hatred towards Israel - even at the expense of its own dead, wounded, orphans and homeless. "The Islamic Republic of Iran," announced the country's official news agency IRNA, "welcomes all the humanitarian aid being offered by various countries and organizations - except for that from the Zionist entity."

Despite the above, Foreign Minister Silvan Shalom issued a statement of condolences, saying, "The Government of Israel and the people of Israel feel the pain of the human tragedy being experienced by the Iranian people. Amidst all our differences, what is required at these moments is total mobilization by the international community to help the families of the dead and injured."

It should also be noted that during the height of recent Greek-Turkish hostilities, the two countries sent aid to each other when they both suffered earthquakes a month apart in 1999.

Private and public Israeli groups are attempting, despite the Iranian government's hostility, to help ease the enemy country's human suffering, via third parties or other unofficial channels. "This is not a political question," said Dr. Mike Naftali, Chairman of the Topaz Humanitarian Fund of the Israeli Kibbutz Movement. "Tens of thousands of children are suffering terribly, and it is incumbent upon us, as human beings, to help them."
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#2 Slosh

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Posted 29 December 2003 - 03:03 PM

"""Would America accept North Korean help after a disaster?"""

The NKs can't even feed their own people ... they got more important things to do, building nukes e.g. ... :rolleyes:



The Iranis accept aid from the Great Satan, by the way ... :D
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Posted 29 December 2003 - 03:26 PM

The money/aid that came from Israel would
be American-sourced anyway. Loans and loan
guarantees on the table from the US to Israel
are in the order of $11B. It's hard for an economy
completely devoid of tourism and relying on faraway
states like China and Nigeria for labor to make any
money without being heavily subsidized.

Israelis have better medical care than Americans,
thanks to generous American loans.
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#4 Slosh

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Posted 29 December 2003 - 03:31 PM

vig,

it's true that they're getting a lot of financing from the US, but look at Egypt e.g. - they're getting comparable amounts. Now guess what's the better investment, who's the better ally, worthy of the support received ... :rolleyes:
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Posted 29 December 2003 - 03:47 PM

"This is not a political question," said Dr. Mike Naftali, Chairman of the Topaz Humanitarian Fund of the Israeli Kibbutz Movement. "Tens of thousands of children are suffering terribly, and it is incumbent upon us, as human beings, to help them."


- tens of thousands of palestinian children live in a prison camp called Palestine fer chrissakes...ah but that is a "political question", i guess...hmm so then he means "political questions" are perfectly suitable to dehumanise people?
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Posted 29 December 2003 - 03:49 PM

When NATZO was bombing Serbia Israel rushed in Macedonia to set "refugee camps" for albanoids.

PHUCK'EM!
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Posted 29 December 2003 - 03:52 PM

""" tens of thousands of palestinian children live in a prison camp called Palestine fer chrissakes...""""

It was their decision to separate themselves from Israel and turn against the Jews by declaring intifada and jihadd and whatever - so let 'em have their own lil' shit-hole state. :D
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Posted 29 December 2003 - 03:54 PM

If the eggheads in Israel were so smart,
they'd figure out ways to get along with the
neighbors, sort out their border disputes
once and for all, and get on with their lives.

They're Chosen alright. Chosen to be a Giant
Pain in the A_ss for the world.
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Posted 29 December 2003 - 03:58 PM

"It was their decision to separate themselves from Israel and turn against the Jews by declaring intifada and jihadd and whatever - so let 'em have their own lil' shit-hole state."


Not so sure about that! Far as i heard everyone (including israel) in the UN general assembly had agreed on implementing peace but the US blocked it at the UN and continuously keeps it blocked.

Does someone know more about that? Links?
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#10 Slosh

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Posted 29 December 2003 - 03:58 PM

vig,
you're truly a dumbfyck.

The only way of getting along with their 'neighbours' was to nuke them all ... they're arabs, understand, they want to drive the Jews into the sea ... :rolleyes:



""""" Not so sure about that! Far as i heard everyone (including israel) in the UN general assembly had agreed on implementing peace but the US blocked it at the UN and continuously keeps it blocked."""""

WTF are you talking 'bout ?! :confused:
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#11 vigorous

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Posted 29 December 2003 - 04:07 PM

Slosh.

You're a liar. It's difficult to discuss things with liars.

Casual spectators get confused with what's a lie
and what's the truth.
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#12 Slosh

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Posted 29 December 2003 - 04:20 PM

"""""For neighbours that want to drive Israel into sea, it's amazing they keep the number of attacks on Israel far lower then Israeli attacks on their neighbours.""""

Hey, they tried it four times - and were devastatingly defeated every single damn time ... arabs are faggots, they can't fight. :D

Now they're too afraid to try it again, those pussy-arses ! :D
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Posted 29 December 2003 - 04:29 PM

slosh,


heres wtf im talkin bout

http://www.medialens..._US_Israel.html

particularly paragraph 5, where it says

"...It repeats the basic terms of a Security Council Resolution of January 1976 backed by virtually the entire world, including the leading Arab states, the PLO, Europe, the Soviet bloc -- in fact, everyone who mattered. It was opposed by Israel and vetoed by the US, thereby vetoing it from history."

I was wrong that israel accepted it. Oops but doesnt really matter. Heres the actual UN document in question:

http://domino.un.org...Document&Click=




and heres some runner ups:

http://www.commondre...s03/0917-07.htm

http://www.palestine...19990702pb.html


Looks like the US has never let out an opportunity to prolong arab poverty, misery and suffering.
You think your the good guys on this? Start thinkin fer real.


Yeeee-haaaw!
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#14 Slosh

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Posted 29 December 2003 - 04:37 PM

Oh my God ! Noam Chomsky ... :P

"the leading Arab states, the PLO, Europe, the Soviet bloc" ... all heavily biassed against Israel, if not eager for its destruction, as the arab states ... :rolleyes:

... that's as biassed as it gets.


Besides you should know that all UN-resolutions passed about Israel are mere recommendations - and why should the Israelis follow the recommendations of their worst enemies ?! :confused:
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#15 Slosh

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Posted 29 December 2003 - 04:39 PM

"It should be known that UN resolutions, including those of the Security Council, are based either
on Chapter Six (which addresses peaceful conflict resolution between states) or Chapter
Seven (which addresses the use of force in conflict resolution) of the UN Charter. All
resolutions based on Chapter Six are strictly and only considered recommendations. In
contrast, the resolutions based on Chapter Seven (such as the resolution calling on Iraq to
withdraw from Kuwait) authorize the UN Security Council to use force to implement UN
decisions. Since the foundation of the United Nations in 1945, all of the resolutions on the
Arab-Israeli conflict (including the partition decision, as well as 242 and 338) fall under the sixth
chapter. Therefore, all of the resolutions related to the Arab-Israeli conflict are merely
recommendations and do not obligate either side."
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#16 vigorous

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Posted 29 December 2003 - 04:40 PM

Israel keeps up the rhetorical attacks and the
attacks on Palestinians as cover for an ongoing
land appropriation.

This is all Israel/Palestine is all about: a land grab
or a border dispute.

Cover it in all the papers and words you wish but at
its root, this is what it's all about.
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#17 Slosh

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Posted 29 December 2003 - 04:47 PM

"""""""""""Israel keeps up the rhetorical attacks and the
attacks on Palestinians as cover for an ongoing
land appropriation.

This is all Israel/Palestine is all about: a land grab
or a border dispute.""""""""""""

Further proof of your blindedness ...

... think about how the alleged land appropriation happened - come on, tell me. :D

Yes, it was due an arab war against Israel, arab aggression caused arab loss of land - fyckers. :P

All that happened in ful compliance with the Geneva Conventions, as far as Israel is concerned.



Talking 'bout land appropriation: Why did Israel then give back the Sinai and other territories gained in the wars waged against Israel ?! :rolleyes:

Your claims of Israel stealing arab land are ridiculous since they are absolutely baseless ... geez, look on a map of the ME for a start ... to see how much arab land Israel takes away ...
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Posted 29 December 2003 - 04:48 PM

Better to eat dirt than to receive help from a Crist killer.
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#19 Slosh

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Posted 29 December 2003 - 04:49 PM

"""""""""""Slosh, so basicly you have no problem with a country that steals land of a neighbour country (calling the "settlements"), builds concentration camps and performs rasias on them every now and then, imports cheap labour from poor countries and keeping them as second class citizens and slaves?

Maybe we should all follow the example of Israel, and do the same with Jews living everywhere. Maybe then they'll understand how wrong it is what they're doing ..."""""""""""""

I won't bother answering such drivel ... all I'll say is: You're a liar and an anti-semite of the worst sort, and your post is completely fycked up ... :(
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Posted 29 December 2003 - 04:50 PM

"""Better to eat dirt than to receive help from a Crist killer."""

So you despise the arab savages too ?! :)
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