"Don’t Be A Jew in London"

girlactionfigure:

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'As they passed by with their disgusting chants I said 'Why are the Palestinians firing rockets at my daughter in Tel Aviv?' At that point they cried out “get her” and several of them left the march and came on to the pavement. They surrounded me, pushing and yelling Jew/Zionist/murderer/thief. One of them stole my phone, but a steward who witnessed what happened was able to recover it 5 minutes later. I was shaking and my neck now hurts. It was awful for me - how is this possible in Oxford Street in 2014?.

That’s what happened to a diminutive, fifty-something Jewish lady named Charlotte, in a city in which Jews have lived (following the expulsion of 1290) openly since the Cromwellian Interregnum and the subsequent reign of Charles II, integrating with their fellow citizens and contributing their full part to the wider society.  It is a part which might astonish even Jews themselves, so large and diverse it has been.

The ugly incident relating to Charlotte is publicised by her friend, blogger Edgar Davidson, who remarks, beneath the photo I reproduce above that comes from his site:

"Don’t be a Jew in London. Note the antisemites’ banners are prepared by the Socialist Party" 

and goes on to point out:

'The police have now allowed 4 violent anti-Israel demonstrations in central London in the last 2 weeks and another massive one is planned for Saturday… That one is being led by the “Stop the War Campaign” - ironic given that it is the Palestinians today who decided that they did not want to stop the war under any conditions after Israel agreed to a ceasefire. Also ironic given that the “Stop the War Campaign” (which was originally set up to oppose the war in Iraq) has not managed to hold a single demonstration against the war in Syria (200,000 dead in 3 years), the current one in Iraq (100,000 dead in the last 6 months) or the myriad of other conflicts around the world where Islamists are murdering people every day in the name of their religion.'

 Please read of Edgar Davidson’s post

And don’t overlook his latest, which shows how despite being in the Murdoch stable Britain’s tabloid Sun newspaper (the rag that’s arguably most notorious for its decades-long grubby sexism in the shape of Page Three topless girls) has been helping to whip up prejudice against Israel; as Edgar says, this is especially significant, since the Sun has a far wider audience than the Guardian …

Daphne Anson

eretzyisrael:

A little truth for those of you who can take it!

eretzyisrael:

A little truth for those of you who can take it!

idfonline:

Hamas aims for Israel, but its rockets have hit Gaza over 100 times in 9 days.

idfonline:

Hamas aims for Israel, but its rockets have hit Gaza over 100 times in 9 days.


“A real #Palestian would act like her #FreePalestine from #Hamas not from #Israel ” ~IStandWithIsraël

A real would act like her from not from ” ~IStandWithIsraël

elligranka:

totzeret-haaretz:

Many people don’t seem to realise this so let me make things clear.

The Iron Dome system knows how to track the direction a rocket is fired to; in simpler words, the system knows when a rocket is about to hit a civil target, or when a rocket is about to hit an open field. As each warhead costs about 50,000 USD, just intercepting every single missile fired at Israel does not make any sense.

Because of that, the Iron Dome only intercepts rockets which are aimed at civil targets. Obviously, these “open fields” are agricultural areas which get a severe damage because of the rockets, though, naturally, human lives are priority.
This is why the Iron Dome system is not a total failure, as many people seem to assume. It is doing its job perfectly well. The actual numbers of rockets it intercepts should not be an indication on its efficiency.

Here’s a thing I was wondering about when I was still going to Israel, because I wanted to do an excursion into the Negev and do camel trekking or something: what if in the unlikely chance the rocket is about to hit someone who happens to be in an open area, would the Iron Dome recognise this and intercept it? Or would it just think “oh, open area” and not do anything?

I’m afraid so; those “open areas” are fields which are relatively far from any settlements - agricultural fields or areas far from the main roads - which is why not only the Iron Dome will ignore a rocket fired there, but also it’s very likely someone who travels there will not hear any alarm, unless they have the mobile application which sends you a warning where an alarm is heard.
However, if you do camel trekking or something like that, I highly doubt the guide will take you too far from any close settlement, especially at times like that. I can try to check it for you, though, as I can’t really tell for sure.

Many people don’t seem to realise this so let me make things clear.

The Iron Dome system knows how to track the direction a rocket is fired to; in simpler words, the system knows when a rocket is about to hit a civil target, or when a rocket is about to hit an open field. As each warhead costs about 50,000 USD, just intercepting every single missile fired at Israel does not make any sense.

Because of that, the Iron Dome only intercepts rockets which are aimed at civil targets. Obviously, these “open fields” are agricultural areas which get a severe damage because of the rockets, though, naturally, human lives are priority.
This is why the Iron Dome system is not a total failure, as many people seem to assume. It is doing its job perfectly well. The actual numbers of rockets it intercepts should not be an indication on its efficiency.

eretzyisrael:

Yesterday, Hamas fired a rocket that took out the electricity that Israel uses to supply 70,000 Gazans with power. 
The Israel Electric Corporation (IEC) crews are already repairing the power line damaged yesterday. While we are saddened the Palestinians continue to suffer under the evil of Hamas, this is definitely #IronyDome.Free Gaza from Hamas!

eretzyisrael:

Yesterday, Hamas fired a rocket that took out the electricity that Israel uses to supply 70,000 Gazans with power.

The Israel Electric Corporation (IEC) crews are already repairing the power line damaged yesterday. While we are saddened the Palestinians continue to suffer under the evil of Hamas, this is definitely #IronyDome.

Free Gaza from Hamas!

Pallywood now pallywooding alleged Israeli pallywooding

eretzyisrael:

Pallywood never dies, and it never says it’s sorry.

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We reported the other day how Pallywood swings back into action for Gaza conflict with images of carnage from Syria, Iraq and elsewhere being passed off by anti-Israel propagandists on social media as reflecting the current Gaza conflict.

It gets worse.

Now there are accusations that Israel is faking injuries, in essence doing it’s own Pallywooding:

Female Israel soldiers faking injuries for TV News!!! The entire world must see this.#FreePalestine pic.twitter.com/knBEdxzx4c

— Zaid Ali (@Za1d) July 12, 2014

There’s only one problem with that, as exposed at Twitchy.

The photo in question is from a magazine shoot about women in the Israeli army.

@safawazhere @Za1d lies. source http://t.co/NrqczAmy79. #IDF medics use makeup when conducting large exercise drills. #Hamas supporters lie.

— Eric Avital (@EricAvital) July 13, 2014

Here’s the source:

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Now that the lie has been exposed, has the person who spread it taken it down?

No. Because Pallywood never dies, and it never says it’s sorry.