‘The unity is stronger than ever': Report from historic march on Qalandia checkpoint in solidarity with Gaza

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Demonstrators on a truck on its way from downtown Ramallah to Qalandyya. (Photo: Guglielmo Grandinetti)

Demonstrators on a truck on its way from downtown Ramallah to Qalandyya. (Photo: Guglielmo Grandinetti)

Fireworks burst at the separation wall, lighting the heads of Israeli soldiers who are poised ready with loaded guns. Overhead, flare guns also brighten the scene at Qalandia checkpoint, quickly followed by shots from Israeli snipers that race into the burgeoning crowd. In the middle of the haze and chaos Palestinian politician Dr. Mustafa Barghouti is clear in his definition of the events unfolding around him, “The Intifada has started. This is the Intifada! Peaceful and nonviolent but as you have seen, they encountered us with gunshots,” Barghouti told Mondoweiss. Amidst his words, molotov cocktails hit the military watchtowers, while young men scrambled by in a desperate attempt to get the wounded out of the line of fire.

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Palestinian shabab using fireworks over Qalandiya. (Photo: Guglielmo Grandinetti)

At around 9 p.m. last night, the streets of Ramallah started to flood with Palestinian protesters, all of them heading in the same direction — Qalandia Checkpoint. One of the biggest protests the West Bank has seen since the end of the second Intifada took place, with a march of several thousand Palestinians towards the checkpoint between Ramallah and Jerusalem. The march was to demonstrate solidarity with the people in Gaza who have been under heavy bombardment for the past two weeks. That bombardment has been part of Israel’s latest military incursion, Operation Protective Edge, and has resulted in the death of over 800 people. Conservative figures state that at least 70% of the casualties are civilian, among them nearly 200 children.

Palestinian protesters fleeing from Israeli gunfire after reaching the checkpoint. (Photo: Martin Gajsek)

Palestinian protesters fleeing from Israeli gunfire after reaching the checkpoint. (Photo: Martin Gajsek)

“The unity is stronger than ever”, explains Barghouti. “And what Israel is doing will not stop us. We know that Netanyahu started this war to break the unity but he will not succeed, especially now.”

The protest occurred during Laylat Al-Qadr, the holiest night for Muslims during Ramadan. Shabab, (young Palestinian men) sorted out their kuffieyhs and readied themselves for the upcoming clash with the Israeli army, while marching together with families, elderly and children – a picture of unity on the streets of Ramallah, analogous to the unity government talks and recent Palestinian politics.

“Actually I thank Netanyahu because he united us”, a Palestinian man, who wished to stay anonymous for security reasons, told Mondoweiss during the march. “Now Hamas is not alone anymore, all the people are united. As you can see: we have old men, young men, boys, girls – everybody is here today. Just to say that we are one.”

After they were stopped by Israeli forces, young Palestinians started to build barricades and burn tires for cover. (Photo: Martin Gajsek)

After they were stopped by Israeli forces, young Palestinians started to build barricades and burn tires for cover. (Photo: Martin Gajsek)

Ambulances and medics had to rescue the injured and killed from the battlefield. (Photo: Martin Gajsek)

Ambulances and medics had to rescue the injured and killed from the battlefield. (Photo: Martin Gajsek)

A Palestinian protester rolling a burning tire towards Israeli soldiers. (Photo: Martin Gajsek)

A Palestinian protester rolling a burning tire towards Israeli soldiers. (Photo: Martin Gajsek)

The rare scene changed abruptly when the protesters reached Qalandia checkpoint where dozens of IDF-soldiers waited ready to fire, their M16s steadied on concrete blocks. Within minutes, the protest turned into an ugly shooting spree, fleets of ambulances ran non-stop to carry wounded Palestinians to the crowded and chaotic hospitals of Ramallah. Capabilities were exhausted with over 250 injured, resulting in scores of people using everything they could to carry the wounded, from their own cars, scooters, bypassing trucks, to medics carrying injured Shabab on their bare backs.

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A Palestinian protester throwing stones next to a burning tire. (Photo: Guglielmo Grandinetti)

At the forefront of the demonstration, around 200 Palestinian protesters clashed with soldiers for several hours throwing rocks, fireworks and molotov cocktails. The Israeli soldiers replied with rubber coated steel bullets at the beginning. Shortly after, the high-pitched whizz of live ammunition could be heard – and hundreds of Palestinians lay down on the ground to avoid getting hit by the live rounds. Within a few hours, the battle had cost the lives of at least two Palestinians, with five in a critical condition.

“It doesn’t matter how many people of us they kill, it doesn’t matter how many houses are going down: they [Hamas] are doing the right thing for us”, says Joe, a Palestinian-American. “That is why all these people are here today. But what really hurts us is that everybody [in the international community] is with Israel, like Ban Ki-moon and Obama. The Israeli army got about 50 soldiers killed and we got 700 people killed, but everybody is talking about the dead Israelis. This is not right. This is not fair.”

Palestinian security forces blocking the entry to the emergency facilities of a hospital in Ramallah. Hundreds were searching for their relatives among the casualties. (Photo: Martin Gajsek)

Palestinian security forces blocking the entry to the emergency facilities of a hospital in Ramallah. Hundreds were searching for their relatives among the casualties. (Photo: Martin Gajsek)

The clashes in solidarity with Gaza lasted until the early morning. While mosques in Bethlehem and elsewhere used their speakers to call for blood donations for Ramallah hospitals, the PA police had to block the entrances of the Palestine Medical Complex as hundreds of Palestinians tried to stream through the entrance in order to search for their loved ones. Meanwhile, inside the hospital locals spoke of floors drenched in blood.

Palestinian politician, civil rights activist and party leader of Al-Mubadara Dr. Mustafa Barghouti. (Photo: Martin Gajsek)

Palestinian politician, civil rights activist and party leader of Al-Mubadara Dr. Mustafa Barghouti. (Photo: Martin Gajsek)

“We [the party Mubadara] believe that what Israel is doing in Gaza is an act of massacre, genocide and ethnic cleansing”, Barghouti said. “These are definitely war crimes and Israel has to be taken to the International Criminal Court for that.”

The clashes between the Shabab and the army lasted until the early morning. (Photo: Martin Gajsek)

The clashes between the Shabab and the army lasted until the early morning. (Photo: Martin Gajsek)

Smoke prevented the Israeli snipers from getting a clear view of the battlefield. (Photo: Martin Gajsek)

Smoke prevented the Israeli snipers from getting a clear view of the battlefield. (Photo: Martin Gajsek)

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  1. a blah chick
    July 25, 2014, 10:51 am

    Thank you, Mr. Satan, this unity is for you!

    • lysias
      July 25, 2014, 11:10 am

      All Israel’s dreams of Divide and Conquer, all the effort they devoted to fostering Hamas as a rival of the PLO, all gone up in smoke.

      • a blah chick
        July 25, 2014, 1:21 pm

        You know, if he’d just let the whole unity thing ride there was a chance that it could have collapsed on its own or foundered in some other ways. But he just could keep his bigotries under control. The spectacle of Palestinians taking an initiative was just too much.

      • jimby
        July 25, 2014, 3:38 pm

        Bibi couldn’t leave it, he might have lost his job. Naftali Bennett and Avigdor Lieberman (doesn’t Lieberman mean “lover boy”?) would have eaten him for breakfast for showing weakness. And now that might happen anyway since he has made such a mess of it.

      • a blah chick
        July 25, 2014, 6:38 pm

        How does he “win” this? If Hamas refuses to go back to the status quo he’s got no choice but to reoccupy Gaza to find all the tunnels and missiles. More blood if that happens. I think he’s finished but who knows.

      • Peace2All
        July 25, 2014, 11:38 pm

        Bibi is a frustrated man after bringing the paper A bomb to U.N. so he pushes on with lies after lies about Palestine just like all his predecessors ; if he does not repent probably Palestine will haul him to the world court for human rights violation against Gazans.

      • Daniel Rich
        July 26, 2014, 2:10 am

        @ jimby

        Q: doesn’t Lieberman mean “lover boy”?

        R: it’s even sicker Lieber Man = lit. lovely man = nice guy.

        Lover = Liebhaber.

        The German language is too brutal to be sexy [imho].

        Vive la France, mon ami amour…!

      • lysias
        July 26, 2014, 2:22 pm

        Daniel Rich,

        German language too brutal to be sexy? Have you read any Goethe, or Heine, or Rilke? Have you listened to any songs by Schubert or Schumann?

      • lysias
        July 26, 2014, 4:27 pm

        I forgot to mention songs by Richard Strauss. And what could be sexier than Rosenkavalier?

      • Daniel Rich
        July 27, 2014, 4:18 am

        @ lysias,

        Q: Have you read any Goethe, or Heine, or Rilke? Have you listened to any songs by Schubert or Schumann?

        R: Yes, but I didn’t make love to them. In that segment of ‘sexy,’ French wins it hands down [no pun intended].

  2. just
    July 25, 2014, 11:03 am

    Thank you for this report, Martin.

    Bless the Palestinian people, and long live Palestine.

  3. seafoid
    July 25, 2014, 11:20 am

    6 people shot dead. Debased Judaism.

    • Marnie
      July 25, 2014, 11:33 am

      Netanyahu and his cronies are fools; what the occupation brought together, no man can put asunder.

    • Kay24
      July 25, 2014, 1:47 pm

      The crazy terrorists are now taking over. Watch out world.

  4. seafoid
    July 25, 2014, 11:39 am

    One Palestinian killed by settlers near nablus. Would they be from itzhar? Very serious deterioration in situation.

  5. Les
    July 25, 2014, 5:44 pm

    The beginning of the end of Mahmoud Abbas?

    David Hearst

    Editor, Middle East Eye
    Mahmoud Abbas’ Epiphany Over Gaza
    Posted: 07/25/2014 1:38 pm EDT

    Mahmoud Abbas is having something of an epiphany. Only two short months ago, the Palestinian president said security co-operation with Israel in the West Bank was “sacred.” Now Abbas is quoting a Koranic verse which says” Permission [to fight] has been given to those who are being fought, because they were wronged. And indeed, Allah is competent to give them victory.”

    What has happened to him since he said in a speech in Jeddah, shortly after the kidnap and murder of three young settlers: “The security coordination with the Israelis is for our own benefit, to protect our own people?” What indeed has happened to the PLO which issued a statement after an emergency meeting in Ramallah chaired by Abbas which praised: “the resolute stand of the great Palestinian people and the forces of resistance that are fighting heroically against the occupying army that is committing crimes and slaughtering our compatriots?”

    What conversion has Saeb Erekat, the Palestinian Chief Negotiator, miraculously undergone? He now says that every Palestinian is a target of Israel. Could this be the same Erekat who, according to the Palestine Papers, offered his counterpart Tsipi Livni , the ” biggest Yerushalayim” in history?

    Strange things are happening in that part of the West Bank, which Erekat has not bequeathed Israel as another fact on the ground. Hamas flags were seen in the 30,000 strong march which converged on Qalandiya checkpoint on Thursday night. The loudspeakers of mosques called Palestinians to the demonstration. Those lines of Palestinian Authority riot police seemed less willing to stand between the demonstrators and the lines of Israeli police and border guards.

    Abbas himself has come under a torrent of Internet abuse from the ranks of his own constituency since his Jeddah speech. Amira Hass quoted in Haaretz a Fatah member who is a resident of a refugee camp and a former prisoner as saying that only 10 percent of Palestinians now support the aging president. There has even been reports that his wife and grandchildren have fled Ramallah for Amman.

    What is happening to Abbas is a political earthquake. The veteran PLO fighter may spin the new pro-Hamas line from Ramallah as an attempt to strengthen himself as a negotiator. This, too, is a difficult space for Abbas to inhabit. His closest Arab partner Egyptian president Abdel Fattah al-Sisi is behaving even worse than Netanyahu is — not only by holding up aid on the Egyptian side of the border, but by urging the Israeli prime minister to finish Hamas off militarily once and for all. Without Sisi’s and King Abdullah’s daily voices in his ear, it is doubtful that Netanyahu would have acted so decisively in Gaza. Abbas’s allies damn him with the people who matter, the Palestinian street, because they are an essential part of the Israeli assault on Gaza. Sisi is the prison warder who keeps the door closed as Israeli guests beat the inmates up. Be it as president or negotiator, Abbas’s stock is plummeting as each day passes.

    As the death toll in Gaza gallops towards the four figure mark, few have stopped to think of the effect the operation will have on the unity deal which the military operation tried to smash.

    When the unity deal was signed, Azzam al-Ahmed member of Fatah’s Central Committee whispered that “Hamas had taken off all their clothes,” meaning that Hamas had surrendered too much, and certainly all authority over Gaza. Initially, Khaled Meshaal was thought to be have paid too high a price. The deal was unpopular in his own movement (particularly in the West Bank) and that discontent crescendoed when Abbas refused to pay the 50,000 government workers in Gaza who stayed loyal to Hamas.

    Hamas seemed to have emerged from the deal the weaker partner, betrayed once again, in their eyes, by Abbas’s lack of faith. Today, the position is reversed for two reasons.

    The unity government broke the psychological barrier between Hamas and the PLO, and presented the fleeting vision of a unified nation. The all out war that Israel’s army has declared on Gaza has only cemented that unity. If disunity had been one of the reasons preventing a third intifada from starting, that obstacle is no longer there. It still may not materialize, but after this week’s scenes in the West Bank, no one can dismiss it as peremptorily as they once did. It is now a real possibility.

    If this unity does now exist, who stands to gain? In war, that role falls now to Hamas for their response to the Israeli operation. In peace, Abbas and the PLO may now have to make way for a new leader capable of representing all factions.

    Abbas can make a series of feints like pressing ahead with membership of UN institutions, and taking Israel to the International Criminal Court. But the margin of error for the arch political survivor is narrowing. When the ceasefire comes, Hamas be naked no more. It will be fully clothed in military fatigues, as Abbas himself once was.

    link to huffingtonpost.com

    • Kay24
      July 25, 2014, 8:21 pm

      I just saw Saab Erekaat on MSNBC, he was very emotional, and made wonderful points, about the awful situation the are in. I have never seen him so emotional.

  6. Justpassingby
    July 25, 2014, 6:09 pm

    They need to kick out abbas!

    • just
      July 25, 2014, 6:25 pm

      I think they have more pressing concerns right now, like kicking the Israelis out and trying to protect their civilians from Israeli hellfire. They have enough of a challenge to stay alive and able to resist the Occupation without tossing any Palestinian aside. They have to be unified in order to prevail.

      (I have every confidence that the Palestinians can sort out their own politics later)

      • Justpassingby
        July 25, 2014, 6:52 pm

        Its enough now, abbas make this possible.

    • Shingo
      July 25, 2014, 11:43 pm

      And then the Jordanians need to kick out Abdullah.

      And then the Egyptians need to find wherever they left their gonads and get rid of El Sisi.

      • kalithea
        July 26, 2014, 12:47 am

        Someone called him Sissypants on another site. I’m sticking with Sissypants. Hope Sissypants gets what’s coming to him and the tool Monarch too. Time for real Revolution.

    • kalithea
      July 26, 2014, 12:55 am

      Abbas better get out while the going is good. He’s been a collaborator with Israel for a long time surrendering the farm and keeping Palestinians shackled while Israel had its way with them and their land. People are just starting to wake up to the damage he’s done. I always mistrusted Abbas from day one. Israelis should start worrying; there’ll be no one on the Palestinian side left to do their dirty work. Looks like Israel will have to go back to being the warden — if it can. I see big trouble for Israel on the horizon.

      First on the agenda: A war crimes tribunal must be organized against Israel. Then Palestine seeks its full rights.

      • Justpassingby
        July 26, 2014, 8:57 am

        kalithea

        I fully agree, enough of this corrupt man that support the occupation and opression of palestinian people.

  7. bilal a
    July 25, 2014, 6:36 pm

    this seems like live coverage of WB protests

    link to mubasher.aljazeera.net

  8. ivri
    July 25, 2014, 8:00 pm

    Here is a dose of reality for the enthusiasts here and also David Hearst, who has consistently misjudged what`s going on because of his obsessed bias against Israel). This is not the end of Abu-Mazen but rather of his opposition, as Barghouti`s party and mainly Hamas supporters in the West-Bank. There is not going to be any new Intifada (as different from demonstrations) for the simple reason that there was already one and the way it ended ensures that it cannot be repeated – the people there had had enough of that and Israel has already in place a whole machinery to block that (which was developed, as in the body immune system, as a consequence and response to the serious events then). Karl Marx said that when history repeats itself the first time is a tragedy and the second is a farce, and that`s what`s happening now there – not a farce but also nothing too serious. In fact this is the West-Bank counterpart of the Gaza operation, namely the removal of Hamas from their hitherto important position in Palestinian politics and transferring the power in both regions to the Abu-Mazen group.

    • Shingo
      July 25, 2014, 11:48 pm

      This is not the end of Abu-Mazen but rather of his opposition, as Barghouti`s party and mainly Hamas supporters in the West-Bank.

      Wishful thinking. If there was ever any doubt Abbas was an Israeli contractor, there isn’t now. The conduct of the PA can be seen by all and Abbas is finished.

      Heck of a job Bibbi.

      There is not going to be any new Intifada (as different from demonstrations) for the simple reason that there was already one and the way it ended ensures that it cannot be repeated

      Yes it can, and it will. Israel does not have the machinery to block it. They cannot fight 5 million Palestinians. They can’t even handle Hamas. I know you are afraid of it Ivri, but Israel only have themselves to blame.

      Hamas were on their knees, and now they have made Abbas look like dead man walking. Like I said, Heck of a job Bibbi.

    • kalithea
      July 26, 2014, 1:28 am

      Abbas will be lucky if he doesn’t end up like Mussolini.

  9. Kay24
    July 25, 2014, 8:14 pm

    If Bibi and his warmongers think they are breaking up the unity government, I think they are going to be very disappointed. It looks like the Palestinian people are all united against one enemy. The one that wreaks death and destruction to their people.
    They all share the same goal – to be free, have their rights back, and the blockade removed. They all are sick of living a life in a concentration camp, and being killed every time Israel wants to mow the lawn.

    • Shingo
      July 25, 2014, 11:50 pm

      If Bibi and his warmongers think they are breaking up the unity government, I think they are going to be very disappointed. It looks like the Palestinian people are all united against one enemy.

      Very true. I think the Palestinians have finally woken up to all the divide and conquer dirty tricks the Israelis and Americans have been pulling on them for decades and they are wiser to it. They realize that the US and Israeli wants the Arab world divided. Israel has admitted that. A united Arab world is their biggest nightmare and it begins with a united Palestine.

      • seafoid
        July 26, 2014, 4:58 am

        It’s definitely the end of something. The palestinians know that the wider world does not buy the hasbara and that the more sadistic Israel’s behaviour, the weaker Israel’s position.
        Protective edge is a catastrophe for israel. It’s like the moment in a child abuse case where the victim finds the courage to break the mental bounds and go to the police.

      • Shingo
        July 26, 2014, 5:30 am

        It’s like the moment in a child abuse case where the victim finds the courage to break the mental bounds and go to the police.

        What’s even more remarkable is that they are the first in the Arab world to do so

      • seafoid
        July 26, 2014, 5:40 am

        They managed to drive a wedge in US judaism too. Probably the worst week for Zionism in a very long time.

      • Kay24
        July 26, 2014, 7:42 am

        Seafoid and Shingo, I totally agree. I think this time they have the world support even if it is for a short time. I watched scenes from protests all over the world, and realize people were very angry, and that anger was directed at the deserving party – the party that is causing death and destruction in the most horrible way. Israel knows this – Oren whined on CNN that the scenes showing dead babies, and injured children, has made the world condemn Israel. Obviously they do not want the truth shown. All these years these war crimes and brutality was hidden from the world, not the ugly, ugly scenes,and the sad reality is exposed, the world does not like it.
        Shame on those nations that are still in bed with these human animals, and still aid it, and send it weapons to use on unarmed, innocent, children.

  10. ckg
    July 25, 2014, 10:08 pm

    Thanks, Martin. An incredible image on Twitter is here: link to twitter.com

    • just
      July 25, 2014, 10:50 pm

      That’s priceless.

    • ckg
      July 26, 2014, 9:44 am

      I see now that this photo was actually printed a week ago in EI with this caption:

      Palestinian Authority forces prevent protesters in the occupied West Bank city of Ramallah reach Beit El military checkpoint during a demonstration against Israel’s bombing of the Gaza Strip on 17 July. (Shadi Hatem / APA images)

  11. Kay24
    July 25, 2014, 10:28 pm

    Some comic relief. Joan Rivers fights for Israel and attacks Selena Gomez.
    The cat woman is getting tired and acting irrational, she walks off the set at CNN, and
    now she picks on an attractive younger woman. She accused Fredricka Whitfield of having plastic surgery, and when she denied it, it made cat woman mad. The clown is not funny anymore. I wish they Israeli firsters would just do this country a favor and leave for their true motherland.

    link to billboard.com

    • ckg
      July 25, 2014, 11:00 pm

      If only she and Jackie Mason were to marry and embark on a very long secluded honeymoon far away.

      • seafoid
        July 26, 2014, 4:49 am

        Mj rosenberg says she encapsulates the split in judaism – 87 years old and cheerleading the shelling of those 4 kids while younger jews are turning away.

      • Kay24
        July 26, 2014, 7:45 am

        Must be nice to sit in her air conditioned luxury apartment, and attack others for their opinion. Rivers does not have a clue what it feels like to be under occupation, have your children blown up, and live without basic needs. She is as fake as her many faces.

  12. ckg
    July 26, 2014, 12:12 am

    I wish Hostage were here to interpret this French news report for us:

    A French lawyer said on Friday that he had filed a complaint on behalf of the Palestinian justice minister at the International Criminal Court (ICC), accusing Israel’s military of having carried out “war crimes” in the Gaza Strip.

  13. anthonybellchambers
    July 26, 2014, 1:05 am

    The state of Israel was imposed upon the Muslim Middle East by a newly formed United Nations that represented only a fraction of the global community in 1947. Even then, the resolution that was framed by a post-war lobby in America – that had persuaded a reluctant President Truman it would be politically expedient – was only passed in the face of vociferous opposition from all the Arab States that would be directly affected and who threatened a defensive war if the non-binding resolution was implemented. However, the state of Israel was established, in 1948; the Arabs did wage a defensive war – but lost, thereby establishing a cuckoo in the Muslim nest.

    That cuckoo, has since transmogrified itself into a nuclear-armed bird of prey that, unlike everything in nature, kills not for food but for power. This is now a creature that has outgrown its foreign habitat and needs to be caught, overpowered and returned to breed in its native America where it will have a sufficiency of land and food to sustain itself and procreate. Then Palestine can be returned to the indigenous people of the region, the Muslim Arabs, and there can be peace, west of the River Jordan, for the first time in nearly three quarters of a century.

  14. Daniel Rich
    July 26, 2014, 2:02 am

    Even the The Daily Beast decided to fly its true flag colors and sided with the winners, because a New Facebook Page Dedicated to the IDF Is Being Flooded With Sexy Selfies.

    Come on over honeybun hummer bomb… and I’ll pull your trigger…

  15. ivri
    July 26, 2014, 2:39 am

    Unity and solidarity are great words but the main point is that the conflict is not with a police/army backed by a small minority of settlers (the usual colonial scene) but another whole nation, which in fact outnumbers them. So a stalemate is assured.
    Given this stalemate Abbas must gain the upper hand because it has powerful allies, the West, while Hamas has powerful enemies, as Egypt and its main past backer, Syria, is now quite “busy”.

  16. German Lefty
    July 26, 2014, 5:07 am

    Interesting interview with Saeb Erekat on “All In with Chris Hayes” yesterday:
    link to msnbc.com
    Chris says that he is very much in favour of a two-state solution. However, he wonders if there is still support for such a solution.

  17. Justpassingby
    July 26, 2014, 6:33 am

    close to 1’000 killed now, this is insane and nothing but a genocide.

  18. michelle
    July 26, 2014, 6:35 am

    .
    the Palestine people of Gaza are in many ways freeing the world
    .
    G-d Bless
    .

  19. Kay24
    July 26, 2014, 8:06 am

    Martin Savidge/CNN speaks for Israel in his reports.

    How many journalists brings up the occupation?

    • just
      July 26, 2014, 9:34 am

      Ugly Engel on Smerconish………….he thinks the media is being ‘unfair’ to Israel, both here and around the world. Human shields, Hamas is a terrorist group, you don’t hear about Syria, ‘Israel gets picked on all the time’.

      (he’s audibly gulping– seriously. i guess it’s hard to swallow the lies that he spews)

  20. DICKERSON3870
    July 27, 2014, 1:57 pm

    RE: “Actually I thank Netanyahu because he united us” ~ a Palestinian man

    MY COMMENT – Benjamin “Bibi” Netanyahu: The Great Unifier!

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