Palestinian Hate Week Starts Tomorrow
Also known as Israel Apartheid Week, scheduled for March 1-14 (what don’t these malicious idiots understand about “week”?).
This is the time of the year when the internationalists, selectively outraged NGO “human rights” activists, Islamists, progressive journalists, leftist academics, self-hating Jews, and Palestinian terror apologists come together to delegitimize Israel.
The Ontario legislature has done the right thing in denouncing this hatefest. How about our President and Congress?
Some good follow up from these bloggers:
- Israel Matzav – ‘Israeli apartheid week’ is upon us
- ATLAS Shrugs – Jewish Genocide Week aka Israeli Apartheid Week 2010 – Delegitimize the Delegitimizers
- Solomonia – J Street Silent on Israel Apartheid Week. Surprised?
- JewPI – Israeli apartheid week’ is upon us
- Montreal Gazette – The dark side of Israeli Apartheid Week
Now the good news, according to a Gallup poll released last week, support for Israel in the U.S. is at 63%, a near record high.
Fortunately, the American people recognize the oldest hate for what it is, regardless of how it is dressed up.
Update: How fitting that today is the first day of Purim.
And, for background on the separation barrier that anti-Israel activists call “the Apartheid Wall,” see my prior post, Mr. Netanyahu, Tear Down That Wall For Our Suicide Bombers
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Phyllis Chelser at Pajamas Media had a good idea: Why not celebrate "Islamic Apartheid Month" at the same time? http://tinyurl.com/yktl8jb
There's far more truth to that than in any of the jihadist and far-left claims about Israel.
Everything about "Palestine" and "Pfakistinians" are a lie. Why should a 'week' be any different?
The only good thing I can say about them is nothing (because if you can't say anything good about someone, you should say 'nothing').