Thursday, August 8, 2013

Israel’s Jews 2 Minute Warning, then Shoot Them

So now the Canadian Human Rights Commission will be prosecuting this guy for hate speech and openly calling fort murder of Jews, right?...  Right?

Not a friggin' chance.  The commission only prosecutes those presenting the truth about the Islamic invasion  such as Ira Levin and Mark Steyn.  The Commission is either actively supporting and abetting Islamists or is not prosecuting them out of raw fear, or more likely, both.


Israel’s Jews 2 Minute Warning, then Shoot Them

Aug. 6, 2013 10:58am

Sharona Schwartz

If Israeli Jews do not leave Jerusalem, they should be shot, says a Palestinian community leader speaking at Toronto’s annual Al-Quds Day rally. He added, however, that they should be given a two-minute warning before being shot.

“We say get out or you are dead. We give them two minutes and then we start shooting and that’s the only way they will understand,” said the speaker, who the Jewish Telegraphic Agency identified as Former President of Palestine House in Toronto, Elias Hazineh.

In the Saturday event that was captured on video, one hears audience members shouting, “That’s right!”

“We have to give them an ultimatum. You have to leave Jerusalem. You have to leave Palestine, and the people of Palestine who have been waiting in refugee camps in Lebanon, in Syria, in Egypt and in Jordan must have their right to return to their homes,” Hazineh said.

He quoted from the Koran, which according to Israel National News in English is translated as:  “And prepare against them whatever you are able of power and steeds of war.”

“That’s the only thing that they’ll understand!” the speaker added.

According to an explanation posted on YouTube, the verse addresses the preparation for jihad against the “infidels.”

Promoting a theme commonly cited among anti-Israel activists suggesting Israel usurped Palestinian land, Hazineh said, “I want to remind you of how police work. When somebody tries to rob a bank the police gets in, they don’t negotiate and we’ve been negotiating with them for 65 years.”

The Jewish Telegraphic Agency reports that Al-Quds Day is marked every year in Toronto. A global Al-Quds Day was established by the late Iranian leader Ayatollah Khomeini as a vehicle to push for “liberation” of Jerusalem, or Al-Quds in Arabic.

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