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Tzipi Livni’s vacation nightmare

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Tzipi Livni is Israel’s Justice Minister. Five years ago she was afraid to travel because of potential international prosecution for war crimes. But she’s on vacation in a Greek-speaking land, according to her Facebook page. Ofer Neiman translates:

Tzipi Livni goes on vacation (apparently in Greece, maybe Cyprus), and discovers a “horrible” sign saying “Free Palestine “, with the names of Palestinian cities (Gaza, Jenin, Nablus and Hebron). She says: “I still managed to tear a part of the sign, but it is evident more than ever that the battle ahead of us is in the international arena. We must act anywhere in the world to make it clear who here is the terrorist, and who is the state defending its citizens from terror”.

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“We must act anywhere in the world to make it clear who here is the terrorist, and who is the state defending its citizens from terror” So she acts with vandalism? Analogous to shooting the messenger. Fitting for Cast Lead Tzipi. Plundering, massacring, stealing, kidnapping, vandalizing and terrorism is what… Read more »

i have a t shirt that says Free Palestine with the palestinian flag on it. every where i go in europe people come up to me and say something positive or give the the thumbs up. i even wore it in the miami airport and a guy came up to… Read more »

She is checking the sign to see if there is a bomb in or near it.Or maybe she will find out who the antisemites are who put it there to spoil her holidays. Poor tipsy.The world is out to get Israel just because it mows the lawn from time to… Read more »

Yep, if her name was Tariq Abu Khdeir she would have been beaten half to death by the police for very allegedly participating in an act of violence [not] in a foreign country. Or if her name was George Galloway, MBP, someone could come up to her, beat the crap… Read more »

I just returned from a shopping trip at a garden centre where they sell “Keter” garden products. I informed the manager I needed a plastic Garden shed but as they had no alternative to contraband from the Occupied Territories , I could not in good conscience buy such products.He was… Read more »