Témoris Grecko If the Israeli leaders want to secure the destruction of the state of Israel, they just have to keep following the way they’ve chosen
31 May at 13:06 · ·
Témoris Grecko What is the Israeli press saying? “We are no longer defending Israel. We are now defending the siege. The siege itself is becoming Israel’s Vietnam.”
“we, unable to see ourselves in any clarity, are no longer capable of stopping ourselves”
Témoris Grecko How many imbeciles can you count in the Israeli government?
Témoris Grecko The number of casualties is still unclear, as well as their identities. The majority of the people on board the ships were Turkish. Also there were three Spaniards and people from Algeria, Australia, Belgium, Canada, Germany, Greece, Ireland, Kuwait, Malaysia, Norway, Palestine, Serbia, Sweden, the United Kingdom, and the United States
31 May at 14:02 · ·
Témoris Grecko Raw footage coming out from one of the attacked ships, in differewnt languages inc. English
2. what the FUCK are children doing there, i mean, for fuck sake.
3. could that have been before:
and, i know, their answer was cutted “negative, our destination is…”. questions arise.
4. tho blockade should be stopped, Gaza should be freed, Palastine has the full right to exist side by side to Israel peacefully, but please dear friends (and by that i refer all people): this IS a public relations battle, have the cynicism to see through both sides lies. everyone’s a victim in this story, please do your best to bring in some equality.
my throat sores from shouting of Jews and Arabs who refuse to be enemies.
5. I’m 26, all i want to do is have some fun. let’s stop this foolishness and bloodshed. none of it in my behalf!
Matan Bar recommends you to read this article, by ron ben yishai. israeli media is now full with IDF’s footage of the event, showing a different picture than what the other media is showing. please read it curefully, i would like to hear your opinion…
just to show that there is another face to this event
If what Ron Ben Yishal writes is going to be the official argument to explain the facts, the PR war is again lost for Israel. He made me feel sorry for the poor Israeli army, really. An operation badly planned, badly comandeered, badly executed. Is this the same army that claims to be one of the most modern and capable in the world?
He says: “It appeared the activists were well prepared for a fight.” So he wants us to believe that a bunch of what he calls “street fighters” were better prepared than the IDF soldiers… if this is true, I can’t understand why the State of Israel hasn’t been destroyed.
His explanation is missing the most fundamental part: How could all this good-meaning soldiers kill about 15 people and wound about 40 more?
That’s way too much.
When I was covering the demonstrations in Iran, I was appalled to hear the goverment’s argument that the 10 protestors they killed on June 20, 2009 were all “terrorists” who put the policemen’ and the militias’ lives in danger… How come all the dead fell only on one side, then?
Once and again, the actions and arguments of the Israeli government remind me of those of the Iranians.
We all know that Israel and the IDF will try to justify their actions, a new PR war has begun. What surprises me, many ntimes, is how simple and weak are their arguments. And it surprises me even more that many people in israel buy them. They want to believe them, I think.
But this is going to isolate Israel ever more. And it’s going to embolden those who want its destruction. Some right-wing extremists in Israel may think they won a battle: they badly, badly lost it.
If someone wanted to provoke Israel and lead it to make a huge mistake like killing scores of activists, Israel did all what it could to fulfill their wishes.