So incensed are the Israel haters that the ASA upheld the complaint about the Palestinians literally wiping Israel off the map that they complain about an advert in the Guardian - the most anti-Jewish newspaper ever. Alexei Sayle obviously has nothing of substance going on his life that this is all he can vent his wrath on - has he written in about the brutality going on in Syria, I wonder?
The inconsequential nobody who calls himself Phoney now makes uncorroborated claims for which he provides no evidence (basically because it does not exist) and calls the IDF something which it is not - more evidence that he is both intellectually challenged and a moonbat as if it was needed.
It is truly breathtaking that arrogant and insignificant nobodies living out their obviously inconsequential lives believe they have the natural right to dictate to Israel on how it should conduct itself. Who appointed them the arbiter of right and wrong - how would they stand up to having their own pathetic little lives minutely dissected as they attempt to dissect a country and its people?
Palestine Today reports that car dealers in Gaza are suffering - because they have too many cars available.
Between the dozens of cars that enter via Kerem Shalom each week and the cars that arrive through the smuggling tunnels, the profit margins are plummeting. In some cases they have had to reduce car prices by as much as $8000.
The Erez Crossing Coordination Liaison Offices (CLO) at the Gaza Strip held a flower cultivation conference for 24 Palestinian representatives in response to the recent carnation export. The conference focused on protecting crops during the winter and the export process in general.
Last night, to the surprise and horror of many, #IsraelHates became a word-wide Twitter trend. Now, you don’t have to be a Twitter aficionado to understand the implications of this hate-fuelled development. We have plenty of Israel haters who the JC seem to love to host leaving their bigotted comments up for all to see.
40 UK universities are now breeding grounds for terror as hardline groups peddle hate on Campuses
England's universities have become a breeding ground for extremism and terrorist recruitment, according to a disturbing government report.
Officials have identified 40 English universities where ‘there may be particular risk of radicalisation or recruitment on campus’.