US only country to oppose UN holding Israel accountable for war crimes, yet again

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The US was the only country in the world to oppose a resolution calling for Israel to be held accountable for war crimes, at the 29th regular session of the United Nations Human Rights Council (UNHRC), held from 15 June to 3 July 2015.

The US voted against “ensuring accountability and justice for all violations of international law in” the Occupied Palestinian Territories (OPT).

US vote against “ensuring accountability and justice for all violations of international law in” the Occupied Palestinian Territories (OPT).

US vote against “ensuring accountability and justice for all violations of international law in” the Occupied Palestinian Territories (OPT).

41 nations voted for the measure, including Germany, France, Japan, Brazil, China, and more. Just five nations abstained—the most high-profile of which was India, which is presently run by a right-wing Hindu nationalist government that spends billions on Israeli weapons.

This vote came just weeks after the release of the UN Human Rights Council report on the 2014 Gaza war, which documents possible war crimes by Israel, including the deliberate targeting of besieged Palestinian civilians.

Israel and the US accused the UN of downplaying violations of international law by the Gazan armed resistance in its report. Scholar Norman Finkelstein, nevertheless, argued that the report was in fact biased in the interest of Israel, calling it “tepid” and “unserious,” accusing it of exhibiting “rank anti-Muslim bigotry.”

This is by no means the first time the US has flaunted its utter contempt for international law in the chambers of the UN. In fact, it did precisely the same less than a year before.

In July 2014, the US was yet again the only country on the UNHRC to vote against “ensuring respect for international law in the OPT.”

In July 2014, the US was the only country on the UNHRC to vote against “ensuring respect for international law in the OPT.”

In July 2014, the US was the only country on the UNHRC to vote against “ensuring respect for international law in the OPT.”

29 nations voted in favor of this resolution, including all of the so-called BRICS countries (Brazil, Russia, India, China, and South Africa). 17 nations abstained, including Germany and France, who voted for the July 2015 resolution. The US was the only country to defy the measure.

One and a half years earlier, just nine nations (the largest of which were the US, Israel, and Canada) voted against non-member observer status for Palestine at the UN. 138 countries voted in favor of the measure.

​International Isolation

(Image: Avaaz)

(Image: Avaaz)

There are few issues that can unite this much of the international community in almost unanimous agreement.

Images like these show just how isolated the US is on the global stage, and just how deranged US public and political discourse around Israel-Palestine is. The fact that the international political disparity continued to grow in the wake of Israel’s summer 2014 attack on Gaza and that the US refuses to pass even the most moderately worded and lukewarm of UN resolutions further demonstrate this fact.

If Mondoweiss were a clickbait publication, the title of this piece would likely be “How the US Is a Rogue State, in One Image.”

The “battle for the hearts and minds,” as it is said, of 95% of the world was already won long ago. The international community is, with few exceptions, united in its desire to see international law respected in occupied Palestine (in the form of an end to Israel’s illegal occupation of the West Bank and East Jerusalem and the cessation of its illegal siege on Gaza) and human rights guaranteed to the indigenous Palestinian population.

The US is—and has long been, as renowned historian Rashid Khalidi details—the primary obstacle standing in the way of justice, equality, and peace in Israel-Palestine.

About Ben Norton

Ben is a journalist and writer based in New York City. His work has been featured in a variety of publications, and he is presently a politics staff writer at Salon. His website can be found at BenNorton.com. Follow him on Twitter at @BenjaminNorton.

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  1. lancestrong
    July 6, 2015, 5:14 pm

    Until a new group of people step up with campaign donations, Israel will continue to own American politicians and American policy.

  2. Mooser
    July 6, 2015, 5:52 pm

    The only one? Aww, isn’t that ‘special’!

  3. amigo
    July 6, 2015, 7:54 pm

    Much to my disappointment and all pro Palestinian Irish folks , our manacled Gov abstained .

    These St Patrick,s day hoolies at the White House need to stop.Too many “Pat,s” on the back for our Taoiseach (PM) and promises of more US investment on our “green” shores.

    “But , but , Samantha , a majority of my people support Palestine and condemn Israel,s crimes.

    • lysias
      July 7, 2015, 10:44 am

      The only European state to vote for the resolution was: Russia. I wonder what kind of pressure was applied.

      • lysias
        July 7, 2015, 10:47 am

        Oops, I was looking at the second chart, for a vote in 2014. Many European states (including Ireland) voted yes in the recent vote.

  4. RoHa
    July 6, 2015, 9:16 pm

    I see that, this time, the U.K. voted “yes”.

    • lysias
      July 7, 2015, 10:45 am

      No, it did not. Look again. The UK abstained.

      UPDATE: I was looking at the second chart, for a vote in 2014. You’re right. This time, the UK did vote Yes.

  5. Palikari
    July 6, 2015, 10:38 pm

    The UN is a rather unique organization. Only at the UN could Libya chair the Commission on Human Rights… and Syria chair the Security Council.

    Most countries in the UNHRC are dictatorships and gross violators of human rights. When totalitarian countries like Sudan and Syria and Saudi Arabia (just to name a few) vote to condemn a democracy like Israel on anything, when people in those dictatorships have virtually no rights whatsoever, we have a right to be concerned about that organization. In 9 years existence, the UNHRC passed 62 condemnatory resolutions against Israel, while the total of all other UNHRC condemnatory resolutions for the rest of the world amounts to 55, with most of the worst violators given a free pass, if not a seat on the council itself.

    Sadly, with members like China, Russia, Cuba, Saudi Arabia, Pakistan, Venezuela and Qatar, the UNHRC today may possibly rank as a more corrupt international organization than FIFA. Do you really think it’s normal 62 resolutions against Israel and only 8 against North Korea?

    The UNHRC is a body that does everything but protect human rights.

    • talknic
      July 6, 2015, 11:35 pm

      @ Palikari “The UN is a rather unique organization:”

      Indeed. Much of the Charter, which is binding in its entirety on all UN Member states, was adopted in large part because of the ghastly treatment of our Jewish fellows under the f*(ing Nazis. That Israel, the so called Jewish State is in breach in non-Israeli territories and that people like yourself are supportive of that behaviour, is quite Naziesque

      ” Only at the UN could Libya chair the Commission on Human Rights…”

      Unlike Israel, Libya is not breaching Human Rights in non-Libyan territories. Israel has been in breach of human rights in non-Israeli territories for 66 years.

      “and Syria chair the Security Council”

      Unlike Israel, Syria is not in breach of the UN Charter in non-Syrian territories, where-as Israel has been in breach of the UN Charter in non-Israeli territories for 66 years.

      “Most countries in the UNHRC are dictatorships and gross violators of human rights”

      The majority are not dictatorships. Actual statistics tell us you’re full of smelly Ziopoop. Why do you and your kind have such a desperate need to lie?

      “When totalitarian countries like Sudan and Syria and Saudi Arabia (just to name a few) vote to condemn a democracy like Israel on anything”

      There has never been a UN resolution against Israel for what it does within its actual sovereign territory. BTW There’s nothing in the Declaration of the Establishment of the State of Israel about democracy. In fact there has never been a legally elected Government in Israel, under a constitution. Israel’s first Government which was not elected by the people of Israel and only provisional, immediately robbed Israelis of their constitution

      “In 9 years existence, the UNHRC passed 62 condemnatory resolutions against Israel, while the total of all other UNHRC condemnatory resolutions for the rest of the world amounts to 55, with most of the worst violators given a free pass, if not a seat on the council itself”

      Which countries other than Israel are violating human rights OUTSIDE of their actual proclaimed and recognized sovereign extent?

      ” Do you really think it’s normal 62 resolutions against Israel and only 8 against North Korea? “

      None are against Israel for what it does within its own sovereign extent. Those against Korea are for what it has done within its own sovereign extent.

      You’re yabbering at the wrong people. Go take your pathetic whining to the Zionist Movement who’re the cause of Israel’s continual breaches of International Law and the UN Charter.

      Q) Why do supporters of Israel’s illegal activities in territories OUTSIDE of the State of Israel always appear to be so ignorant and full of stupid whataboutery.

      • catalan
        July 7, 2015, 12:26 am

        “Go take your pathetic whining to the Zionist Movement – ” talknic
        What is the address and phone of the Zionist Movement? Also, it seems like you are the one doing the “whining”. To whine – “to snivel or complain in a peevish, self-pitying way”.

      • talknic
        July 7, 2015, 3:45 am

        @ catalan “What is the address and phone of the Zionist Movement?”

        You’re really that stupid. WOW!! https://www.google.com.au/search?q=The+Zionist+Federation+worldwide+-wikipedia

        ” Also, it seems like you are the one doing the “whining”. “

        Quote me

  6. JLewisDickerson
    July 6, 2015, 10:45 pm

    RE: “If Mondoweiss were a clickbait publication . . .” ~ Norton

    MY COMMENT: There’s nothing wrong with a little “clickbait”! ! !

  7. piotr
    July 6, 2015, 11:40 pm

    “Sadly, with members like China, Russia, Cuba, Saudi Arabia, Pakistan, Venezuela and Qatar,”

    can be rephrased “with members like France, Germany, Ireland, Japan, Netherlands and United Kingdom.”

    But not all is gloom and doom! India joined the ranks of wanna-be theocracies. Protection of (sacred) cows is much improved, with the border troops instructed to vigilantly enforce the ban of tradition informal border trade with Bangladesh were many aged cows were herded to provide material for slaughterhouses and tanneries. Such effort is not always appreciated, apparently two soldiers were killed by the smugglers while dozens were injured by the animals. As we know from our own politics, sacred cows are habitual ingrates.

  8. German Lefty
    July 7, 2015, 3:42 am

    I am very glad that Germany was brave enough not to abstain.

    • Citizen
      July 7, 2015, 5:35 am

      Yes that took considerable courage.

    • lysias
      July 7, 2015, 10:49 am

      Germany lacked that courage in the 2014 vote (second chart).

      • German Lefty
        July 7, 2015, 3:17 pm

        @ lysias
        Yes, I know. However, I approve of that particular abstention. I think that officially recognising Palestine on merely 22% of Palestinian land is beneficial to (“liberal”) Zionists, who want to preserve the Jewish state on 78% of Palestinian land. Recognising Palestine as a state separate from Israel is the first step toward a two-state “solution”, which will probably allow Israel to remain a Jewish state. This means: No justice for Palestinians. In my opinion, it would be better to officially recognise that Israel and Palestine are one and the same and to treat the Apartheid State of Greater Israel as one entity, in which the non-Jewish natives lack equal rights.

  9. Kay24
    July 7, 2015, 7:39 am

    The zionists do strange things. Bibi urged EU leaders to vote for UNHRC report slamming Israel:

    “Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu asked several European leaders to support the United Nations Human Rights Council report that slams Israel’s Gaza war actions, a British newspaper reported.

    Netanyahu called British Prime Minister David Cameron, German Chancellor Angela Merkel and other “key allies” last Friday before the Human Rights Council vote later that day, according to the Jewish Chronicle of London. The Israeli leader reportedly wanted the resolution to be adopted so that an alternate version, which could have been more critical of Israel, would not be drafted.

    An unidentified source close to Cameron said that the British prime minister, who is publicly pro-Israel, initially thought the move would be “pure madness” but eventually voted in favor of the resolution after being assured that other European leaders were also voting for it.”

    http://www.haaretz.com/news/diplomacy-defense/1.664813

  10. a blah chick
    July 7, 2015, 8:51 am

    Anyone see that nice new Gaza War memorial Israel just inaugurated?

    They don’t waste time on those things, do they?

  11. Mayhem
    July 7, 2015, 9:43 am

    The US is the only nation amongst a bunch of superficially minded countries that showed that it has principles:
    “… the United States devoted considerable effort to forging peace in the Middle East and believed that the ultimate solution to the conflict was the creation of two States to live side by side. The status quo was not a solution. The draft resolution focused exclusively on alleged Israeli violations and did not talk about violations committed by Palestinians even though they were specifically mentioned in the Commission’s report.”
    Yes votes came from those nations who played right into the hands of the Palestinian cause, not facing up to any real responsibility in dealing with a true resolution of the conflict. Easy to compose words that don’t promise any concrete, practical and fair solution but self-rightous indignation instead.
    France voted yes even though it thought that the draft resolution should have mentioned the rocket attacks by Hamas. Gutless.
    “The United Kingdom, in an explanation of the vote before the vote, said that the report underscored the importance of achieving a two-State solution. Targeting civilian populations was a serious violation of international humanitarian law. Israel had the right to defend itself, but its response had to be proportionate.” Did the British use the proportionate response argument when they were defeating Nazi Germany? Hypocrites.
    “The United Kingdom urged all sides to take all measures to protect the civilian population and comply with international humanitarian law. The allegations outlined in the Commission’s report had to be fully investigated by all involved parties. The United Kingdom would prefer to have seen a text that gave more weight to Israel’s right to self-defence, but it would nevertheless vote in favour.” Gutless.

    • Froggy
      July 7, 2015, 3:10 pm

      Wah… wah… wah!

      The world is seeing Israel for what it is, and voting accordingly… finally.

    • piotr
      July 7, 2015, 6:10 pm

      So France and United Kingdom were “gutless”, “played into the hands of the Palestinian cause”. What does it mean? “Lacking courage and determination”. This is rather preposterous. Lacking courage makes no sense if you cannot identify what these governments were afraid of, other than opinion of the voters, which is not a vice in a democracy.

      Obviously, a number of nations, including the French, British and Americans figured, in the aftermath of WWII, that turning large city into wasteland is not a practice that should be perpetuated. What Mayhem calls a “principled stand” is glorification of bloodthirsty militarism. Believe it or not, “proportionality” is the letter of the international law.

      • RoHa
        July 7, 2015, 6:19 pm

        “Obviously, a number of nations, including the French, British and Americans figured, in the aftermath of WWII, that turning large city into wasteland is not a practice that should be perpetuated. -”

        Buncha wimps.

        But they were still ready to do a bit more bombing from time to time.

    • eljay
      July 7, 2015, 9:18 pm

      || Mayhem: The US is the only nation amongst a bunch of superficially minded countries that showed that it has principles … ||

      The U.S. ardently supports an oppressive, colonialist, expansionist and religion-supremacist state that has been committing (war) crimes for almost 70 years and with impunity and shows no sign of slowing down.

      These “principles” – which have absolutely nothing to do with justice, accountability and equality, universally and consistently applied – remind me of Zio-supremacist “morality” (goal + methods).

    • oldgeezer
      July 8, 2015, 12:11 am

      @Mayhem
      “Did the British use the proportionate response argument when they were defeating Nazi Germany? Hypocrites. – See more at: http://mondoweiss.net/2015/07/country-holding-accountable#comment-779671

      Well in the first instance laws of war with respect to proportionate response were not fully developed at the time as these laws, along with laws with respect to right of return, genocide, human rights, etc were largely promulgated as a response to the two major world wars in order to prevent such a reoccurence yet again. Not just against Jews but all people and between countries.

      That you would like us to ignore international laws and roll social development back to the 19th century is fully understandable as you are the violators of those laws and the beneficiaries the proceeds of crime.

      At the same time you compare Britain which was arguably a first world country but who was financially depeleted by WW I and whose army had been demobilized and was still using WW I equipment with Israel which is a first world country with one of the most powerful armies on the planet backed by the actual most powerful army on the planet while comparing the Palestinians, a civilian population which has at best a civilian militia with Germany, a first world power with the most powerful military on the planet during the period.

      In short and without blatant disrespect for the guidelines you are an absolute idiot.

      Just as Germany sought lebensraum we Israel seeking Eretz Israel both commiting massive human rights violations to eradicate civilians who stand in their way.

      If you must make WW II comparisons then Israel is Germany and Palestine is Britain. I think such comparisons are wrong on both sides of the equation for a number of reasons but the fact that the Palestinians don’t even have an army is reason enough on it’s own.

      The Palestinians are not blameless nor should they be held up as examples of virtue. There is one party who is primarily to blame and who is criminal in it’s actions and that is the vile state of Israel

    • RoHa
      July 8, 2015, 1:54 am

      “Did the British use the proportionate response argument when they were defeating Nazi Germany? Hypocrites.”

      Let us agree that the British did not use that argument, and that they are hypocrites.

      So what?

      Does that make Israel innocent, or in any way mitigate the evil of the Israeli conduct?

      Does that mean that the British, seeing the evil of Israeli conduct, cannot point it out? If not, why not?

  12. rensanceman
    July 7, 2015, 11:10 am

    The Zionist mind does not grasp that the world via the U.N. express their disapproval of Israel’s behavior and policies not because of who they are but rather what they do. Talknic stated an obvious truism: that Israel has continually violated international law for 65 years and has ignored Resolutions regarding its behavior with absolute impunity. If the true character of a person could be constructed using the Israeli Government as a model, a person would be created who would be very arrogant full of hubris, devious, aggressive, and ruthless. The state of Israel is not good for the Jews.

  13. hophmi
    July 7, 2015, 3:14 pm

    You’re right, Ben. Hating Israel is the same as hating the US.

    • RoHa
      July 7, 2015, 6:29 pm

      To me, this looks to be the silliest thing you have ever written, but I’m sure you can produce a devastating argument to show otherwise.

  14. mikeo
    July 8, 2015, 7:16 am

    I’m not even sure it’s the same hophmi.

    I reckon they might have burned the first one out (7000+ posts has got to take its toll!)

    The new one is a much more tetchy fellow : (

  15. Bornajoo
    July 8, 2015, 4:17 pm

    “To me, this looks to be the silliest thing you have ever written……”

    It’s all part of his ongoing mental development. I’m sure hophmi will soon come up with something even more silly than this. Practice makes perfect!

  16. AviS
    July 9, 2015, 6:36 am

    The fact that the action in 2014 is referred to as “Israel’s summer 2014 attack on Gaza” and not “Gaza’s summer 2014 attack on Israel” demonstrates that neither truth nor justice are acknowledged or desired.

    There is no debate that the action in Gaza was in direct response to indiscriminate rocket fire for the preceding months. I had to take my sleeping daughter into a bomb shelter no fewer than 3 times last summer, but that is completely ignored by those who will demonize Israel for every action that does not result in the deaths of Israelis.

    • a blah chick
      July 9, 2015, 8:47 am

      Wow, just, wow.

      It takes a special kind of inhumanity to come here, with photos of broken children on a beach and dead babies in ice cream coolers still fresh, and assert your “victimhood” by whining about how you had to sit in a bomb shelter for many hours. Pathetic.

      I feel sorry for your daughter and hope that some day she’ll meet Palestinians who will open her eyes to the injustices that Zionism has wrought.

    • talknic
      July 9, 2015, 9:09 am

      @ AviS

      “There is no debate that the action in Gaza was in direct response to indiscriminate rocket fire for the preceding months. “

      Hamas (1987) was formed in response to 90 years of Zionist colonization (since 1897 link to jewishencyclopedia.com ) , in response to 39 years of Israeli occupation ( since 1948 link to wp.me ) . Resisting today (2015) in response to more than a century of Palestine being colonized

      “I had to take my sleeping daughter into a bomb shelter no fewer than 3 times last summer”

      Did you tell her the real reason why?

      • a blah chick
        July 9, 2015, 10:11 am

        Have you noticed the up tick in the use of the word “demonization”? I think it’s the new hasbara talking point.

      • echinococcus
        July 9, 2015, 10:45 am

        Blah Chick,
        They don’t even realize that if put to a comparison with Satanic literature produced so far around the world, Zionist reality beats demoniac fiction hands down.

      • catalan
        July 9, 2015, 11:33 am

        “They don’t even realize that if put to a comparison with Satanic literature – ” echinococcus
        I can’t follow all the intricacies of the Middle East. That said, sometimes the simplest test is how your enemies feel about something. Your feelings towards Israel are a sufficient confirmation that what they do is necessary. It’s clear that any and all concessions would be a sign of weakness and lead to disaster.

      • Froggy
        July 9, 2015, 7:06 pm

        Catalan : “Your feelings towards Israel are a sufficient confirmation that what they do is necessary. It’s clear that any and all concessions would be a sign of weakness and lead to disaster.”

        I’ll change a few words:

        Your feelings towards the Reich are a sufficient confirmation that what we do is necessary. It’s clear that any and all concessions would be a sign of weakness and lead to disaster.

        According to my grandfather’s diary, that is almost word-for-word what the Nazi officer told my grandfather during the Occupation.

        Great company you zionistas keep.

      • echinococcus
        July 9, 2015, 3:35 pm

        Re the comment by “Catalan”, one really wonders where the Zionist supporters of yore all went, who had a minimum of brain function and linear logic. Did the last of the thinking rats already abandon the ship? The last sophistry pulled now is that if my enemies are my enemies they are justified in their enmity by the fact that I am their enemy.

      • catalan
        July 9, 2015, 4:10 pm

        “who had a minimum of brain function and linear logic. Did the last of the thinking rats already abandon the ship? – ”
        Dear echinococcus,
        Since you are so lucid and proficient in “linear logic” and have such powerful “brain function”, why waste your precious time commenting anonymously on the Internet? Surely, you can run a large company, write a book, teach at a prestigious school, share all that intellectual prowess. Is it out of modesty? Virtue? Please tell us why you deign to post so selflessly (and anonymously).

      • echinococcus
        July 9, 2015, 8:00 pm

        Froggy,

        Remind me to find and send you the collection of parallel quotations from Goebbels and Zionist leaders. Starts getting old, as this was in relatively “moderate” times, but still good, a lot of it verbatim –not because they knew but because great minds have a way of meeting. Especially nice the uninterrupted use of “terrorism” for describing the Resistance, passing from the Nazis to the Zionists, some 30 years earlier than its contagion to the US and Europe.

      • Froggy
        July 10, 2015, 12:06 am

        Echinococcus : “Especially nice the uninterrupted use of “terrorism” for describing the Resistance, passing from the Nazis to the Zionists, some 30 years earlier than its contagion to the US and Europe.

        -LOL- The Germans really couldn’t understand why the Résistance hated them so much.

      • echinococcus
        July 9, 2015, 8:01 pm

        Why do I admire “Catalan”s measurement criteria for intellectual achievement?

      • echinococcus
        July 10, 2015, 3:58 am

        Lady Fisher, wife of the 99th Archbishop of Canterbury, writing to the Times in 1968: “When French men and women formed themselves into resistance groups to embarrass the German forces occupying their land, we hailed them (quite rightly, I believe) as heroes and heroines. Why therefore must Arabs, who try to do the same thing against enemy forces occupying their land be referred to as ‘terrorists’ and ‘saboteurs’? Surely they are only doing what brave men always do….”

        http://www.aapsorg.org/en/

    • echinococcus
      July 9, 2015, 10:28 am

      If it’s true that you have a small child as an illegal immigrant to an invaded country on the side of the invaders, with a war of aggression going on against the owners of the sovereignty on the entirety of Palestine, you would be a criminal. One, for voluntarily joining the invaders. Two, for keeping a child unable to consent among the civilians knowingly put at risk by the Zionist entity.
      There is more than a debate, there is an international treaty saying that the invaded people have a right to defend themselves by all means judged necessary, that having started endless war against the owners of the country the Zionist entity is responsible for jeopardizing the civilian population, and that the illegal occupiers have no “right to defend” themselves. Take that child back wherever you came from.

    • Bumblebye
      July 9, 2015, 3:46 pm

      @AviS
      I don’t suppose your Israeli media sources bothered to inform you of the numerous IDF violations of the ceasefire in the same preceding months, which had far more serious consequences for people in Gaza.

    • oldgeezer
      July 10, 2015, 1:14 am

      @Avis
      “There is no debate that the action in Gaza was in direct response to indiscriminate rocket fire for the preceding months. – See more at: http://mondoweiss.net/2015/07/country-holding-accountable#sthash.Ti66xXDX.dpuf

      No there is no debate to be had as your statement is a complete fabrication, pure propaganda. Spin. Misleading.

      In short an outright lie and I see no reason to believe you don’t know that.

      Hamas did not fire rockets at Israel until after Israel murdered Hamas members in cold blood. This is acknowledged in Israeli news sources by Israeli intelligence officials.

      http://www.timesofisrael.com/hamas-fired-rockets-for-first-time-since-2012-israeli-officials-say/

      There were indeed a some rockets prior to Hamas responding to the cold blooded murders by Israel but even Israeli officials concede Hamas was reacting to apprehend and stop the offenders. The best any state can do. If you want to blame Hamas then you must also blame Israel for the cold blooded murder of Palestinians by extremist Israelis.

      http://www.timesofisrael.com/hamas-arrests-20-in-push-to-curb-rocket-fire-from-gaza/

      The brutal excessive war crime commited by Israel against Gaza and the murder of women, children and babies rests solely on the goi who acted without provocation and malign intent. Scum.

      Now… I will apologize if you are truly ignorant but you strike me as a typical zionist who supports war crimes and crimes against humanity as long as you benefit from it. You strike me as someome who spreads lies and propaganda in order to whitewash the crimes of israel.

      Don’t you have some real grass to mow instead of killing innocents and supporting the killing of innocents?

  17. Vera Gottlieb
    July 10, 2015, 9:19 am

    Birds of a feather…

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