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100 days since protests began, Gazans reflect on what the Great March of Return has accomplished so far

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More than 100 days have passed since the Great March of Return began in Gaza. Despite the bloody events of those 15 weeks, where 138 unarmed Palestinians have been killed and more than 16,000 wounded by Israeli fire, the protests continue.

A few hours after the latest demonstrations along the border, I asked Palestinians in Gaza what the Great March of Return protests have accomplished so far.

Ali Budair, 33, building painter (Photo: Mohammed Asad)

Ali Budair, 33, building painter

“Daily protest along the border is an act of disturbance for those Israeli soldiers. They should not sit quietly, as long as they are occupying forces protecting their towns built over the bones and blood of my fathers and grandparents. They have to taste the daily fires of balloons and burning kites. As long as they fight us, this means that they have stolen a right since the Balfour Declaration 100 years ago, so we are ready to endure 100 more years of successive marches to restore our land again.”

Omar Abu Elouf, 27, graduate student (Photo: Mohammed Asad)

Omar Abu Elouf, 27, graduate student

“As long as the rallies are addressed in the international newspapers’ headlines, the more sympathizers of our just cause will raise their voices around the world. I admit that the protest left hundreds of amputees, but the road to independence and liberation must be strewn with blood and causalities. However, I personally oppose this way of rush to death, but it will accomplish something positive at the end.”

Hadeel Mahmoudi, 26, medical records clerk (Photo: Mohammed Asad)

Hadeel Mahmoudi, 26, medical records clerk

“Tell me a one single defeatist Arab force that has slapped Israel’s face, but those protesting men in their twenties did so successfully by sending flaming inflated condoms causing hundreds of fires and millions of shekels in damage. I think a fourth war should be break out again to put the record straight, since Israel only understands the language of force when its officials beg mediators to solve the Gaza crisis. Israel must put an end to the colonialism era.”

Suzan Dughmush, 20, management student (Photo: Mohammed Asad)

Suzan Dughmush, 20, management student

“The whole world should know that Israel has turned Gaza from a big open jail into an airtight cell. We in Gaza are not looking for some food or drink, we want peace by ending the last occupation on the planet. So, this protest sheds light that there are people living life like in a sheep barn and the time has come to release their humanitarian spirits. When will the injustice end? Gaza is full of life lovers and young innovators. But to start up their projects, they need to be free.”

Samiha Atallah, 23, piano player (Photo: Mohammed Asad)

Samiha Atallah, 23, piano player

“My teacher used to say: continue fighting to retake your last penny. So turning back to our homeland is a great cause and deserves a fight, even peacefully, like these protests. But since the super powers are Israel’s allies that means we are fighting them indirectly. I know it will take decades of struggle, but the only weapon we have is patience. This is a great accomplishment in itself”.

Eman Yonis, 23, civil engineering student (Photo: Mohammed Asad)

Eman Yonis, 23, civil engineering student

“I feel rage about mothers who lost their beloved sons, but this march should continue. Israel has destroyed the youth, forcing them to travel abroad as job seekers while others hope to get eight hours of electricity instead of only 3 or 4. So this situation must be changed, instead of engaging them with basic needs like survivors of a volcano eruption.”

Osama Eshtaiwi, 26, sweets vendor (Photo: Mohammed Asad)

Osama Eshtaiwi, 26, sweets vendor

“Nothing will be accomplished! We have achieved less than zero by these protests. Look at the hundreds of amputees and mothers grieving over their buried sons. Then you will understand that the leadership has to change the strategy. I don’t know how; but I think we have been KO’d and there are no more final rounds.”

Rami Abu Al-Qumbuz, 28, unemployed (Photo: Mohammed Asad)

Rami Abu Al-Qumbuz, 28, unemployed

“I think if the world succeeded to solve Gaza’s crises by lifting the siege, then the Middle East conflict will end forever. But the U.S. plays the evil actor in this international mad theatre. One might think no one will pay attention to the Gaza protest, however it proves that power can destroy our demand to live free. So, no problem if more than 10,000 get killed by Israel, then the Israeli will run away to where they came from.”

(Photo: Mohammed Asad)

(Photo: Mohammed Asad)

(Photo: Mohammed Asad)

About Ahmad Kabariti

Ahmad Kabariti is a freelance journalist based in Gaza.

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  1. Citizen
    Citizen
    July 14, 2018, 3:01 pm

    Geronimo’s last words were reported to be said to his nephew, “I should have never surrendered. I should have fought until I was the last man alive.”

  2. guyn
    guyn
    July 14, 2018, 4:31 pm

    Giving Gaza a part of Sinai to be established as a semi-autonomus state is reallistic? Will it be accepted by the Palestinians? I doubt it, but what the next step will be since Gaza will be uninhabitable in a couple of years?

    Meanwhile, the powers of the word are unconcerned to the plight of Gaza, beginning with our so concerned PM Justin Trudeau with human rights all over the world, except Palestine.

  3. eljay
    eljay
    July 14, 2018, 8:14 pm

    || guyn: … Meanwhile, the powers of the word are unconcerned to the plight of Gaza, beginning with our so concerned PM Justin Trudeau with human rights all over the world, except Palestine. ||

    Justin’s no stranger to hypocrisy:
    Hypocrisy is at the crux of the Trudeau groping allegation

    • guyn
      guyn
      July 14, 2018, 10:43 pm

      I didn’t like the father, and I don’t like the son. But the truth is, there is not many politicians I appreciate

  4. Boris
    Boris
    July 16, 2018, 10:23 am

    138 killed and 16,000 wounded while

    “… sending flaming inflated condoms …”

    Mazel Tov on the job well done!

    “Nothing will be accomplished! We have achieved less than zero by these protests.”

    Well, some Arabs are starting to see who is being f*cked in the process.

    • Talkback
      Talkback
      July 16, 2018, 12:25 pm

      Boris: “Well, some Arabs are starting to see who is being f*cked in the process.”

      Yep. It’s called the Zionist process and they know very well who has been raping them since the 1930s.

  5. jon s
    jon s
    July 16, 2018, 10:30 am

    What, indeed, has Hamas accomplished? They have invested millions in violent demonstrations at the fence, millions in tunnels and rockets, and are now isolated and bankrupt while the people of Gaza are ever more miserable and have paid with blood. On our side they have caused fires, killing crops and wildlife, burning our country with baloons and kites, wanton destruction. Quite an accomplishment.
    The people of Gaza need development and reconstruction, massive investments in agriculture, industry, commerce and infrastrucure, schools and hospitals. All that boring stuff that Hamas doesn’t care about.

    • annie
      annie
      July 16, 2018, 10:41 am

      jon, what do you think of the plan to reconstruct gaza in the sinai?

    • Misterioso
      Misterioso
      July 16, 2018, 11:14 am

      @jon s

      “All that boring stuff that Hamas doesn’t care about.”

      BULL CRAP!!

      On 16 June 2009, after meeting with former U.S. President Jimmy Carter, Ismail Haniya, prime minister of Hamas’s Gaza Strip government, announced that “If there is a real plan to resolve the Palestinian question on the basis of the creation of a Palestinian state within the borders of June 4, 1967 [i.e., 22% of historic Palestine] and with full sovereignty, we are in favour of it.”

      http://www.haaretz.com/isra…
      “‘We accept a Palestinian state on the borders of 1967, with Jerusalem as its capital, the release of Palestinian prisoners, and the resolution of the issue of refugees,’ Haniyeh said, referring to the year of Middle East war in which Israel captured East Jerusalem and the Palestinian territories. ” (Haaretz, December 1, 2010)

      In its revised Charter, April, 2017, Hamas again agreed to a Palestinian state based on the 4 June 1967 borders. Unfortunately, but not surprisingly, Israel promptly rejected the Hamas overture instead of using it to open a dialogue.

      https://www.haaretz.com/isr…
      “Senior Hamas Official: ‘I Think We Can All Live Here in This Land – Muslims, Christians and Jews.’” By Nir Gontarz. March 28, 2018, Haaretz.

      As for Netanyahu and the Likud party, here’s a brief summation of their positions that are contrary to international law and explain why the conflict continues.
      The Likud Party Platform:
      a. “The Jordan river will be the permanent eastern border of the State of Israel.”
      b. “Jerusalem is the eternal, united capital of the State of Israel and only of Israel. The government will flatly reject Palestinian proposals to divide Jerusalem”
      c. “The Government of Israel flatly rejects the establishment of a Palestinian Arab state west of the Jordan river.”
      d. “…. Settlement of the land is a clear expression of the unassailable right of the Jewish people to the Land of Israel and constitutes an important asset in the defense of the vital interests of the State of Israel. The Likud will continue to strengthen and develop these communities and will prevent their uprooting.”

    • Talkback
      Talkback
      July 16, 2018, 12:24 pm

      jon s: “… and have paid with blood …”

      Nope. They were murdered by Jewish state terrorists.

    • Maghlawatan
      Maghlawatan
      July 16, 2018, 1:23 pm

      What has Hamas achieved?

      Zionism is socially unacceptable in Ireland and Scotland.
      Everything Israel does to Gaza is another nail in the coffin of Israel .

      Israel’s contempt for the people of Gaza is fathomless. It wouldn’t matter who they elected. Israel is beyond reason.

  6. jon s
    jon s
    July 16, 2018, 10:48 am

    Annie, who’s plan is that ?
    Sounds pretty crazy to me.

    • Mooser
      Mooser
      July 16, 2018, 12:03 pm

      “Annie, who’s plan is that ?”

      Just Google the phrase “plan to reconstruct Gaza in Sinai “ and find out.

    • annie
      annie
      July 16, 2018, 1:44 pm

      i’m surprised you have not heard of it by now jon. i know it’s not officially announced in the US, but the plan has been around for awhile. they want to take all of gaza’s reconstruction money and build in the sinai instead. that’s the new peace plan. that’s why abbas won’t speak to them.

      this is a long term plan as described here Minister claims Netanyahu, Trump will push for Palestinian state in Sinai: https://www.timesofisrael.com/minister-claims-netanyahu-trump-will-push-for-palestinian-state-in-sinai/ and here IS TRUMP EYEING A PLAN TO EXPAND A PALESTINIAN STATE INTO SINAI?: https://www.jpost.com/Arab-Israeli-Conflict/Is-Trump-eyeing-a-plan-to-expand-a-Palestinian-state-into-Sinai-515838 those are both from 2017.

      more recently “Trump Administration Will Ask Gulf States to Invest Up to $1 Billion in Gaza Economy
      Most projects, like port and solar energy grid, planned for northern Sinai near border ■ Sources: Kushner, Greenblatt will raise issue on upcoming Mideast trip to generate momentum before peace plan unveiling”
      : https://www.haaretz.com/us-news/.premium-trump-admin-wants-gulf-states-to-invest-up-to-1-billion-for-gaza-1.6180191

      … According to these sources, Kushner and Greenblatt hope to secure funding from the Gulf states and the cooperation of Israel and Egypt in implementing the economic projects.
      The White House declined to elaborate, telling Haaretz that the administration “won’t discuss specifics before the conversations have taken place.” Kushner and Greenblatt are heading to the Middle East this week for talks focusing on both Gaza and the administration’s upcoming peace plan.

      According to Israeli sources, one option being discussed is a solar energy project that would serve some of Gaza’s energy needs. It would be built near the Egyptian town of El-Arish in northern Sinai. The sources said that overall the White House hoped that somewhere between $500 million and $1 billion would be raised.

      …..Among long-term projects to serve Gaza would be the construction of a port in northern Sinai and the building of a power plant and water desalination plant. The general framework of most of the projects is construction in northern Sinai near the Gaza border. Such undertakings could create jobs for thousands of Gazans.
      Some of these ideas were first raised by Maj. Gen. (ret.) Yoav Mordechai, who until recently was the coordinator of government activities in the territories. Mordechai represented Israel at a Gaza conference at the White House earlier this year.
      As Haaretz reported last month, the plans being considered include a new industrial zone, desalination plants and plants making construction materials in northern Sinai.

      this is why kurshner is not revealing the plan. see the interview http://www.alquds.com/articles/1529825341641719400/

      palestinians have every right to protest, they are now squeezing them more and more and try to frame this as about kites. it’s not. netanyahu has this finite time while trump is president and he wants to start implementing this sinai plan. it really doesn’t take a rocket scientist to figure this stuff out.

      • annie
        annie
        July 16, 2018, 2:09 pm

        also, if they start pounding gaza again this will be why. remember back in 2012 when israel made that war to get abbas to back off the statehood bid, same thing. abbas is refusing to talk to kushner (because no palestinian will negotiate their removal from palestine) and this is what israel does when they can’t squeeze more blood out of the turnip, they squeeze more. but it’s not seemly to massacre lots of people because they won’t bend to your geopolitical genocidal plans so making it about kites is the current excuse. there would be no burning kites if that reconstruction had taken place which they have no intention of doing.

      • jon s
        jon s
        July 16, 2018, 3:30 pm

        Sinai is Egyptian territory. What are the chances of Egypt agreeing to this plan?

      • annie
        annie
        July 16, 2018, 3:50 pm

        egypt doesn’t have to agree, just some corrupt egyptian puppets. sic black cube on them, i’m sure they can come up w/something. that’s not the stumbling block, it’s that palestine won’t negotiate their own demise.

      • annie
        annie
        July 16, 2018, 4:01 pm

        re egypt: https://www.aljazeera.com/indepth/features/2017/07/gaza-sinai-state-possibility-palestinians-170716093036972.html from a year ago:

        At a meeting of Fatah loyalists in August 2014, Abbas reportedly said that a “senior leader in Egypt” had told him: “A refuge must be found for the Palestinians and we have all this open land.”

        A week earlier, he told Egyptian TV that the Israeli plan had “unfortunately been accepted by some here [in Egypt] … Don’t ask me more about that. We abolished it.”

        Abbas was unclear about whether these were references to Sisi or his predecessor, Mohamed Morsi, who briefly headed a Muslim Brotherhood government before being removed by the Egyptian military.

        At the same time, a report in the London-based Arab newspaper Asharq Al-Awsat indicated how long the Sinai plan may have been gestating. An aide to Hosni Mubarak, the Egyptian president until he was toppled in 2011, quoted the former leader as saying: “We are fighting both the US and Israel … In a year or two, the issue of Palestinian refugee camps in Sinai will be internationalised.”

        Indications that the Sinai plan may have been revived at a high level have come from Ayoub Kara, a government minister and ally of Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.

        In February, shortly before Netanyahu and Trump met in Washington, Kara tweeted that the two leaders would “adopt the plan of Egypt’s Sisi. A Palestinian state in Gaza and Sinai”.

      • jon s
        jon s
        July 16, 2018, 4:24 pm

        Ok, I get it, it’s a Trump-Kushner plan.
        And I thought for a moment that it was something serious…

        Today something new turned up: A dead falcon was found in the south with a string and flammable material tied to its leg. A new method of causing fires?

      • annie
        annie
        July 17, 2018, 2:10 pm

        what’s that supposed to mean jon? all of “Trump-Kushner” plans are adelson or israel dictates. they don’t just pull things out of their collective hats. and didn’t you read the blockquotes i provided, specifically

        Some of these ideas were first raised by Maj. Gen. (ret.) Yoav Mordechai, who until recently was the coordinator of government activities in the territories. Mordechai represented Israel at a Gaza conference at the White House earlier this year.

        and the plan preceded trump by a long time. or do you have some kind of reading comprehension issue, cited by AJ (above) from aug 2014 (after the summer slaughter):

        he told Egyptian TV that the Israeli plan had “unfortunately been accepted by some here [in Egypt] … Don’t ask me more about that. We abolished it.”

        apparently they didn’t “abolish it” for good now did they? and your response is

        Ok, I get it, it’s a Trump-Kushner plan.
        And I thought for a moment that it was something serious…
        and then divert to a dead falcon? what a waste of time taking your query seriously and digging up the links.

        Trump-Kushner are just pushing through an israeli plan no other US administration would take up. israel is determined to split palestine permanently and if there’s another war on gaza it won’t be because of some ballons or falcons it will be to push through their ethnic cleansing sinai plans once and for all because trump won’t be in office forever. this is what’s at the core of this escalation right now. and none of your silly reactionary diversionary hasbara will distract from what’s really going on here. kurshner came to the region and palestinians refused his advances and israel is taking it out on gaza. pressure pressure pressure.

  7. Marnie
    Marnie
    July 16, 2018, 11:18 am

    jon s
    An Israeli history teacher,long-time activist on the Israeli Left.

    “Sounds pretty crazy to me.”

    • Maghlawatan
      Maghlawatan
      July 16, 2018, 1:33 pm

      Long time moving the Israeli left rightward. Not that it was hard.

    • amigo
      amigo
      July 16, 2018, 4:28 pm

      “Sinai is Egyptian territory. What are the chances of Egypt agreeing to this plan?”jon s

      Egypt will do as it is told if it wants to keep receiving that 1.5 billion dollars to be nice to Israel.

      • jon s
        jon s
        July 17, 2018, 1:18 pm

        Today there was a disturbing development: A fire – bearing baloon came down in a kindergarten. Fortunately the teachers kept the children away and noone was hurt. But this will have to stop or I fear there will be a war.

      • James North
        James North
        July 17, 2018, 1:40 pm

        Israel’s snipers and warplanes have already killed 137 Gazans. You don’t find that “a disturbing development?” You “fear there will be a war?”

      • annie
        annie
        July 17, 2018, 2:13 pm

        a fire bearing balloon?

      • annie
        annie
        July 17, 2018, 2:21 pm

        the teachers kept the children away from the balloon and noone was hurt? this is our rawan, my dear friend, who rarely ever speaks of, or references, physical threats to her person. and contrary to the threat of the ballon, many people died on this day, including children. your callousness and insensitivity to real threats is grotesque. this preceded the “ballon”. do you really think israel can keep slaughtering palestinians endlessly with no repercussions? apparently yes, you do:

      • Mooser
        Mooser
        July 17, 2018, 2:11 pm

        “Jon s” is always ready to report a “terrorist attack in Beersheva” like the one which killed an Eritrean man.

      • eljay
        eljay
        July 17, 2018, 2:27 pm

        || jon s: Today there was a disturbing development: A fire – bearing baloon came down in a kindergarten. … ||

        Flaming balloon from Gaza lands in preschool near children at play:

        … there were no injuries … No damage was caused by the balloon. …

        8-o

        Y’know, if you really cared about the children you would have honoured your end of the deal we made:

        – Israel ends its decades-long and on-going occupation and colonization of territory outside of Israel’s / Partition borders; and, then,
        – the Palestinians stop the fires.

        I don’t understand why you hate Israeli children so much.  :-(

      • eljay
        eljay
        July 17, 2018, 2:35 pm

        || Annie Robbins: … your callousness and insensitivity to real threats is grotesque. … ||

        jon s is a Zionist. He may be callous and insensitive to real threats against non-Jews, but he’s plenty compassionate and sensitive to real, perceived and even imagined threats against Jews.

      • annie
        annie
        July 17, 2018, 4:09 pm

        a ballon is not a real threat to life, not unless you swallow it or are a complete idiot.

      • Mooser
        Mooser
        July 17, 2018, 3:11 pm

        “Today there was a disturbing development: A fire – bearing baloon” “Jon s”

        “Jon” there has also been some disturbing reports of the Palestinians developing breech-loading firearms, and cannons with rifled barrels!

      • Mooser
        Mooser
        July 17, 2018, 3:15 pm

        ” I fear there will be a war.” “Jon s”

        You “fear” there will be war? What on earth do you have to be afraid of? How could a “war” not be a win-win-win for Israel?

      • Talkback
        Talkback
        July 17, 2018, 4:42 pm

        jon s: “Today there was a disturbing development: A fire – bearing baloon came down in a kindergarten. Fortunately the teachers kept the children away and noone was hurt.”

        Was the baloon saved? Oh wait, it wasn’t Jewish.

      • oldgeezer
        oldgeezer
        July 17, 2018, 8:55 pm

        @jon s

        Here’s a pic of a man inspecting the damage caused by the ‘baloon’ (sic).

        The damage caused by the balloons is insignificant.
        Stop killing kids.

        Really. Stop killing kids.

        Look at the bright side jon. This time an innocent man wasn’t kicked to death.

        https://www.timesofisrael.com/flaming-balloon-from-gaza-lands-in-preschool-near-children-at-play/

      • Marnie
        Marnie
        July 18, 2018, 12:29 am

        “Today there was a disturbing development: A fire – bearing baloon came down in a kindergarten. Fortunately the teachers kept the children away and noone was hurt. But this will have to stop or I fear there will be a war.”

        I told you before to ask nicely. Well I for one think that teacher was a real bitch for not letting the kids play with the ‘fire-bearing’ balloon. What a buzz kill she/he must be. Anyway jon s, can’t help but notice your real talents. How you have interspersed in the comment sections on articles that expressly describe acts by the iof/zionist ‘state’ of real horror, real terror, real loss, real devastation , real death and destruction of palestinians and all that is theres, at the hands of this murderous 4th reich who see themselves as ‘god’s chosen people’, with the weakest, most mundane news bytes , usually of a personal experience. I’m truly surprised at this point that you haven’t posted selfies of you running in horror from a ‘fire-bearing ballon’. Seeking the nearest bomb shelter. Or with your lovely students.

        For these reasons and many more, I nominate you, jon s, as the ivanka trump of Mondoweiss and in the words of the great Samantha Bee – a “feckless c**t.”

      • Marnie
        Marnie
        July 18, 2018, 12:37 am

        jon s/ivanka – am so looking forward to the publication of your thoughts, musings from an iron dome notwithstanding and heard the possible title is Men Who Kvetch: Thoughts From the Point of View of An Israeli History Teacher, Long-Time Activist on the Israeli Left.

      • Mooser
        Mooser
        July 18, 2018, 12:44 pm
  8. jon s
    jon s
    July 16, 2018, 4:35 pm

    Does everyone now have to check a box for every comment?
    Slightly amnoying…

    • Marnie
      Marnie
      July 17, 2018, 12:30 am

      What on god’s green earth are you talking about?

    • Mooser
      Mooser
      July 17, 2018, 12:38 am

      “Does everyone now have to check a box for every comment?”

      No “Jon s”, you are being “singled out”.

    • amigo
      amigo
      July 17, 2018, 4:52 pm

      “Does everyone now have to check a box for every comment?
      Slightly amnoying…” jon s

      Defending your historic homeland is getting more and more tedious .

      Try J Post.No ticking all the boxes there.

  9. jon s
    jon s
    July 18, 2018, 3:11 pm

    Annie, sorry about not expressing appreciation for you looking up those links, it just seems like such a far-fetched plan at this point.

    As to the balloons and kites: fires are inherently dangerous and life-threatening, You’ve never heard of people being killed in fires? Just imagine if that baloon had set fire to a kindergarten full of five year-olds…

    And yes, I fear a war. I don’t want war, I’m against war in most cases, I want a future of peace for Israelis and Palestinians. We’ve tried war, let’s try peace.

    • Maghlawatan
      Maghlawatan
      July 18, 2018, 3:25 pm

      Your commenting history shows that you support every attempt to batter Gaza into submission. You support violence when you feel like it.

    • eljay
      eljay
      July 18, 2018, 3:29 pm

      || jon s: … We’ve tried war, let’s try peace. ||

      Zionists prefer “peace” to justice, accountability and equality because a Zionist “peace” means that Israel:
      – remains a religion-supremacist “Jewish State”;
      – keeps most of what it has stolen;
      – is absolved of its obligations under international law (incl. RoR); and
      – is absolved of responsibility and accountability for its past and on-going (war) crimes.

    • Mooser
      Mooser
      July 18, 2018, 5:49 pm

      Shorter “Jon s”: “I’m good enough, I’m smart enough, and doggone it, people like me.”

    • Mooser
      Mooser
      July 18, 2018, 5:54 pm

      “fires are inherently dangerous and life-threatening”

      Unlike those bomb hits in the video? Or bullets from a sharpshooter’s rifle?

      “Jon s” you are doing nothing but taunting us with Israel’s ability to inflict violence on the Palestinians.

    • Mooser
      Mooser
      July 18, 2018, 6:00 pm

      “And yes, I fear a war.” “Jon s”

      Oh, please. You can’t articulate one possible bad consequence for Israel from a war. Do you fear the military might of the Palestinians? You shouldn’t have any problem with that. So what could go wrong? Don’t you anticipate a smashing victory for plucky Israel and a resurgence of world-wide support for Zionism?

      Remember “Jon s”, no Jew is an invader, thief, murderer or any other kind no-goodnik in his ancestral homeland.

    • echinococcus
      echinococcus
      July 18, 2018, 11:26 pm

      We’ve tried war, let’s try peace.

      That applies to you guys.
      Try preaching that to people like Johnny S.

      The Palestinians haven’t tried war yet.

  10. Jackdaw
    Jackdaw
    July 19, 2018, 12:55 am

    Crippled for life. Whatever for? For the fat cats in Hamas who show up to the demonstrations in their BMWs , take some pics, and drive back to their posh offices and homes?

  11. October 14, 2018, 2:52 pm

    thanks

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