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These animals....and you act like an animal don't get upset when people call you an animal, protest everything.  They really have NO RIGHT since Jerusalem has always been part of Israel.  You are just

Only the hateful, bloodthirsty, baby killing lefties and their Prophets of Baal in the media would call that a peaceful protest. All those Jezebels in the media have blood on their hands and they

And you know I respect your opinion as well, Caz.....I'm merely pointing out that childish name calling (ex: stupid idiot) is a blatant breach of forum rules....rules we all agreed to, paying and non-

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Umbertino, I'd give you a few greenies, but I'm out after the blood bath of rubies this morning... LOL

 

B/A

 

 

Thanks my Friend....I know you would do that as you're a kind and caring Person ( besides being an intelligent Individual)

 

 

 

It's all ok, B/A....Again thanks, my Friend

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Trump threw a match into Jerusalem with no plan to put out the fire

 

The killing of 52 Palestinians is the result of the US president’s folly in giving Netanyahu what he wanted

 

 

Mon 14 May 2018 19.13 BST Last modified on Mon 14 May 2018 22.07 BST

By Rachel Shabi

 

 

 

https://www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/2018/may/14/trump-jerusalem-killing-palestinians-netanyahu

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Defiance, then death: Gaza suffers most horrific day of violence for four years

 

Scores of Palestinians killed by Israeli fire while taking part in ‘Great March of Return’

 

Hazem Balousha in Gaza City and Peter Beaumont

Mon 14 May 2018 18.35 BST

 

 

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A Palestinian boy holding the national flag near the border between the Gaza Strip and Israel
Photograph: Mahmud Hams/AFP/Getty Images
 
 
 
 
 
 
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Palestinians do not want to negate Israel. We just want a future

 

We Gazans may be penned in like animals – but on Nakba day we will show the world our humanity is unbroken

 

 

Mon 14 May 2018 06.00 BST Last modified on Mon 14 May 2018 10.36 BST

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Palestinians on the Great March of Return protest near an Israeli army post on the border between Gaza and Israel
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Gaza massacre: Palestinians killed as U.S. embassy moves to Jerusalem

 

May 14, 2018 12:24 PM CDT By Combined Sources

 

 

 

 
Gaza massacre: Palestinians killed as U.S. embassy moves to Jerusalem
Palestinian medics and protesters evacuate a wounded youth during a protest at the Gaza Strip’s border with Israel, east of Khan Younis, Gaza Strip, May 14. More than 40 Palestinians have been shot and 1,900 wounded by Israel forces today as of press time. | Adel Hana/AP
 
 
 
 

 

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As Israel shoots protesters dead, Palestinians divided by factionalism

 

May 14, 2018 12:41 PM CDT By Ramzy Baroud

 

 

 

 

As Israel shoots protesters dead, Palestinians divided by factionalism
Palestinians, one identified by his green headband as a supporter of Hamas and another with his face covered by the black-and-white scarf that has become a symbol of the Fatah movement, take a break following a protest over a Palestinian militant Basil al-Araj, killed by Israeli forces, March 7, 2017. | Majdi Mohammed / AP
 
 
 
 
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Global protests grow after Israeli killing of Palestinian demonstrators

 

UN officials condemn ‘outrageous human rights violation’ as Palestinians prepare to bury their dead

 

Oliver Holmes in Jerusalem, Hazem Balousha in Gaza City and Peter Beaumont

Tue 15 May 2018 12.30 BST

 

 

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https://www.theguardian.com/world/2018/may/15/palestinians-to-bury-58-people-killed-in-us-embassy-protests

 

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When are the Palestinians ever NOT protesting.  If they want to riot, set fires, attack innocent people I, personally, do not give a rat's butt if they get killed. It is called play stupid games, win stupid prizes! 

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What is surprising is most of the workers who need unions to get better wages call themselves conservative and are for big business, and then wonder why companies won't pay better. We all know unions are plagued with corruption and have agendas, but they did help create the middle class... The middle class which is now shrinking and wages are stagnated for many. Not everyone will be a doctor, or engineer. Blue collar workers need organizations to stand up for them...

 

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There is a cost to Trump. We are seeing it now in Gaza

 

The US president’s lack of understanding of the conflict has provoked the Palestinian violence and jettisoned any chance of peace

 

Tue 15 May 2018 17.22 BST Last modified on Tue 15 May 2018 22.00 BST

By  Jonathan Steele
 
 
 
 
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Israeli soldiers on the Israeli side of the border with the Gaza Strip, May 2018
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https://www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/2018/may/15/donald-trump-gaza-palestinians-israel

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Calls for inquiry into Israel’s Gaza killings

 

Nine prominent Israelis compare the shooting of Palestinians to South Africa’s Sharpeville Massacre

 

Tue 15 May 2018 18.28 BST Last modified on Tue 15 May 2018 22.00 BST

Letters

 

 

 

 

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South Africans protest in Cape Town about the killing of Palestinians in Gaza by Israel’s defence forces
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A hardline Iranian organization is reportedly offering a $100,000 reward to any person who bombs the newly opened U.S. embassy in Jerusalem, according to a translation of Farsi language reports.

A group known as the Iranian Justice Seeker Student Movement is reported to have disseminated posters calling for an attack on the U.S. embassy in Jerusalem, which has been opposed by Palestinian and Iranian officials as an affront to the holy city.

"The Student Justice Movement will support anybody who destroy the illegal American embassy in Jerusalem," the poster states in Farsi, Arabic, and English, according to an independent translation of the propaganda poster provided to the Free Beacon.

There will be a "$100,000 dollar prize for the person who destroys the illegal American embassy in Jerusalem," the poster states.

Iran poster

The call for an attack on the new embassy is just the latest escalation by hostile Islamic states and leaders who have lashed out at the United States and President Donald Trump for making good on a campaign promise to relocate the embassy from Tel Aviv to Israel's declared capital city of Jerusalem.

News of the bomb threat was first reported by the University Student News Network, a regional Farsi-language site that aggregates relevant news briefs.

"The Student Movement for Justice declared, ‘Whoever bombs the embassy's building will receive a $100,000 award,'" the report states. "It is necessary to mention that the steps by Trump to transfer the US Embassy to Holy Qods [Jerusalem] has led to the anger and hatred of Muslims and liberators throughout the world.'"

Michael Rubin, a former Pentagon adviser and expert on rogue regimes, told the Washington Free Beacon that terrorism of this nature is embedded in the Iranian regime's hardline stance.

"Unfortunately, terrorism directed toward diplomats and embassies has become a central pillar of the Islamic Republic's culture," Rubin said. "Terrorism is lionized in Iranian schools. This bounty is more the rule than the exception. To blame Washington or Jerusalem is to blame the victim and give terrorists a veto over U.S. policy."

Behnam Ben Taleblu, an research fellow at the Foundation for Defense of Democracies, described the poster as repulsive and blamed the Iranian ruling regime for fostering such an attitude.

"This is nothing short of an invitation to a heinous act of an international terror by a student group that looks up to the world's foremost state sponsor of terror—the Islamic Republic of Iran," he said.

 

http://freebeacon.com/national-security/iranian-group-offers-100000-blow-new-u-s-embassy-jerusalem/

 

 

 

Who didn't see that coming? Let's pour some more gasoline of the fire... Brilliant.

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Nothing a couple GE Mini Guns couldn't put down in a few seconds.......As long as the Palestinians are getting Iranian money they are nothing more than Iranian Puppet Terrorist doing Iran's dirty work.

 

For there to be Peace in the ME the Iranian people need to run the Mullahs out and return the the Iran of the Pre 1970's when they were prosperous.

 

Karsten 

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6 hours ago, bohica said:

When are the Palestinians ever NOT protesting.  If they want to riot, set fires, attack innocent people I, personally, do not give a rat's butt if they get killed. It is called play stupid games, win stupid prizes! 

100% agree!

Umbertino....where are the articles that show the other side of the coin? Oh that's right u don't hate Israel...u know some folks there-sic. It's hard to be taken seriously when u have blinders on.

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These animals....and you act like an animal don't get upset when people call you an animal, protest everything.  They really have NO RIGHT since Jerusalem has always been part of Israel.  You are just looking for another reason to attack Trump.  How about his hair...his teeth...I am sure there are other things that people perpetually love to complain about.  

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6 minutes ago, Karsten said:

Nothing a couple GE Mini Guns couldn't put down in a few seconds.......As long as the Palestinians are getting Iranian money they are nothing more than Iranian Puppet Terrorist doing Iran's dirty work.

 

For there to be Peace in the ME the Iranian people need to run the Mullahs out and return the the Iran of the Pre 1970's when they were prosperous.

 

Karsten 

Ditto that

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