Ft Lauderdale, FL
Ft Lauderdale, FL
Yala we posted at the same time. Look at my post, in SF the Muslims tried to physically attack the Jewish protesters.
Also an Ohio preacher tells us how Mohammad commands Muslims to fight and kill Jews.
So much for the "religion of peace"! The imam makes the comment that Islam is a part of our nature--not so sure that I want ANYTHING that is a part of those thugs' nature!
I'm sure that someone will try to convince us that these Muslims are the exception to the rule...Don't pee on my leg and tell me it's raining!
Just one individual, though not a polite one. I didn't see all of it.
Shows Israel's on the right track It's okay when the Muslims are delivering the blows but they don't like it when they're getting a kicking - the long-awaited kicking in Gaza.
As for the oven comment... I didn't realize all Jews were involved in the baking trade. I mean, I like making my own bread sometimes but that's going a bit far!
That is a very disturbing tape.
Are there any pro-Israel rally's that people can compare that?
When I saw that vid, I wanted to slap that broad's face plumb off. Who was there besides a bunch of palestinian buttheads and reporters though? God help those idiots if they'd tried that in some areas I know. They would have been robbed at the very least.
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For the people on this forum saying FOX is pro-Palestinian, they are now running this very story:
More from Yala's article cited above:
Protester Calls for Jews to 'Go Back to the Oven' at Anti-Israel Demonstration
Wednesday, January 07, 2009
By Joseph Abrams
... A pro-Palestinian demonstrator shouts 'go back to the oven' to a small group of Israel supporters during a confrontation last week in Ft. Lauderdale, Fla.
Like many other protests of Israel's campaign in Gaza, this one ended badly â€” police had to cool an ugly fight between supporters of Israel and Gaza, breaking up the warring sides as their screaming and chanting threatened to turn into something worse.
But some protesters at this rally in Fort Lauderdale, Fla., took their rhetoric a step further, calling for the extermination of Israel â€” and of Jews.
Separated by battle lines and a stream of rush-hour traffic outside a federal courthouse last week, at least 200 pro-Palestinian demonstrators faced off against a smaller crowd of Israel supporters.
Most of the chants were run-of-the-mill; men and women waving Palestinian flags called Israel's invasion of Gaza a "crime," while the pro-Israel group carried signs calling the Hamas-run territory a "terror state."
But as the protest continued and crowds grew, one woman in a hijab began to shout curses and slurs that shocked Jewish activists in the city, which has a sizable Jewish population.
"Go back to the oven," she shouted, calling for the counter-protesters to die in the manner that the Nazis used to exterminate Jews during the Holocaust.
"You need a big oven, that's what you need," she yelled.
Millions of Jews were gassed and burned in crematoria throughout Europe during Adolf Hitler's rule of Germany. The protest organizers, asked to comment on the woman's overt call for Jewish extermination, said she was "insensitive" but refused to condemn her statement.
"She does not represent the opinions of the vast majority of people who were there," said Emmanuel Lopez, who helped plan the event, one of many sponsored nationwide on Dec. 30 by the ANSWER (Act Now to Stop War and End Racism ) Coalition.
Lopez, a state coordinator for ANSWER, admitted there is a problem with anti-Semitism within his organization's ranks. But then he went on to call the supporters of Israel across the street "barbaric, racist" Zionist terrorists.
"Zionism in general is a barbaric, racist movement that really is the cause of the situation in the entire Middle East," Lopez said.
The unidentified woman, who protest organizers said was a Muslim, wasn't the only protester who raised hackles that day. Other demonstrators held signs that said "Nuke Israel," ...
When you watch the video it appears that things tend to escalate after public 'prayer.' So much for enhancing one's calm.
That's a terrible thing to chant on a demo, they should be ashamed, but you just know that they're not, don't you?
Oh, that's another thing that annoys me about this "Palestinian" work colleague of mine. He just doesn't seem to understand that Israel's existence is under threat. I asked him today whether he had been on any demonstrations about Gaza, and he said no, because it wouldn't do any good. It's almost like he thinks that all the demonstrations basically have no point, because the majority of the world is on Israel's side, when we all know that is not true.
How wrong could these stupid "Palestinians" be, when even Fox News is casting doubt on Israel's right to self-defence, and people are holding up signs saying "Nuke Israel"? It won't be long before someone takes that message seriously!
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