May 11, 2004

Body Part Negotiations Offer

The Brave Ghouls of Palestine

ACTING IN CONCERT with the other animals in their herd, the members of Hamas and other popular Palestinian terrorist organizations, offered to "negotiate" with Isreal over the return of the body parts of the soldiers killed by a "heroic" roadside bomb blast. But only after they'd gotten some valuable air-time out of the body parts.

Hamas Displays Israeli Soldiers' Remains

Israel's Channel Two TV showed footage of the armored personnel carrier with its sides blown out and pieces of armor plating scattered over a wide area.

Hamas militants displayed pieces of metal and bits of flesh, laying them out on the ground. In another scene, a Hamas gunman on a motorcycle held a bloodied burlap bag with body parts.

Hamas claimed responsibility for the roadside bomb, but two other groups, the Al Aqsa Martyrs' Brigades -- linked to Arafat's Fatah movement -- and Islamic Jihad, said they also had some remains. They offered to negotiate with Israel.

OKAY, TELL ME AGAIN why we are not joining up our armed forces with those of Isreal and killing these people wholesale? I'm a little unclear on the concept and the use of limited force in this war.
Al-Jazeera showed Islamic Jihad members holding up the head of one of the soldiers
-- Jerusalem Post
OKAY, TELL ME AGAIN why these animals "deserve" any state other than a state of non-existence.

Posted by Vanderleun at May 11, 2004 3:04 PM
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"OKAY, TELL ME AGAIN why we are not joining up our armed forces with those of Isreal and killing these people wholesale?"

Something tells me that is what will be coming soon. I think all of the public condemnation we're seeing in the US right now is because the public hasn't yet accepted the fact that we are "in a war". They know we are in Iraq, but they don't consider that a war. Something will happen -- perhaps the behedding of an american will go a long way in this - to make the public sit up, notice what is going on and join their country rather than gripe about should we be there. It takes a lot to motivate the american public and get them on the same page, but once you do it's god help whoever is on the other side.

Posted by: Ron at May 12, 2004 11:53 AM

What a sad time we are living in.Iam beginning to believe that are countries time is growing near.We have lost sight of the true meaning of America and the constitution with each politician that oozes into office.We have become a evil immoral country,selfish and Godless.When we lost God we lost are great nation.True we still have a better system then most but it seems as the years go by that we become just as evil and immoral as these other countries. We just do things in a different way,as if to appear that were not barbaric,but arent we?We do things in the shadows,not to be seen or heard .God sees all these things.Maybe Gods mercy is running out for us,maybe are hour is approaching.My prayer is that instead of using the tradgedy of that poor man being beheaded to fuel public support for this War,that we will take a closer look at what are country is doing to other countries as well.How does are country treat other prisoners?We already know that answer.Is one group,one evil deed ,justification of continuing this war?

Posted by: nicole at May 15, 2004 11:13 PM

Why are we not joining forces with the country that pitted us against the Middle Easterners, in the first place?

If it weren't for Israel, there would be no Hamas, no Hezbollah, and no anti-Americanism in the Middle East.

Posted by: Jahan at October 2, 2008 9:12 PM

Why do you act as though these people owe you an explanation for resisting with all means at their disposal, their occupiers?

They are under military occupation by an enemy.

What do you expect them to do, cooperate with the occupier?

Posted by: Jahan at October 2, 2008 9:50 PM

They don't owe anyone an explanation. Each owes the world their death. Soon.

Posted by: vanderleun at October 2, 2008 11:15 PM


...since you are an expert on how to deal with a military occupation (of your own country, for example), and disapprove of these methods, pray tell us how you would deal with it?

I'm sure the Palestinians would be interested.

Posted by: Jahan at October 3, 2008 7:10 PM