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|3/26/2004 9:21 AM|
||gee why does everyone hate us|
If you want to know arabs are not happy read on.
I know we are all terrorists and everyone is antisemitic.
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|3/26/2004 2:15 PM|
|Dave Rich||I think the feeling is mutual|
Here is some of Yassins handywork. Sounds like the type of person the UN would want to rally around.
HISTORY of HAMAS BOMBINGS
Oct. 30, 2000: 16 people, including suicide bomber, killed and 130 wounded in attack at a Sbarro pizzeria in Jerusalem.
Dec. 22, 2000: Two people, including suicide bomber, killed and three injured in attack at a roadside campaign in Mehola, West Bank.
Jan. 1, 2001: Suicide bomber blows himself up, injuring 20 at an intersection in coastal Israeli city of Netanya.
March 4, 2001: Four killed, including suicide bomber, and nearly 50 wounded near bus station in Netanya.
March 27, 2001: Suicide bomber blows himself up, injuring 28 on a Jerusalem bus.
March 27, 2001: Two people killed, including suicide bomber, and 27 injured in second attack on a Jerusalem bus.
March 28, 2001: Four killed, including suicide bomber, and four injured near a bus station at Neve Yamin, Israel.
April 22, 2001: Two killed, including suicide bomber and 60 injured at bus stop in Kfar Sava, Israel.
April 29, 2001: Suicide bomber blows himself up near a bus near Nablus, West Bank. No one else was injured.
May 18, 2001: Six people killed, including suicide bomber, and nearly 100 injured outside a shopping mall in Netanya, Israel.
Aug. 9, 2001: 16 people killed, including suicide bomber, and nearly 90 injured at a Jerusalem restaurant.
Sep. 9, 2001: Four people killed, including suicide bomber, and nearly 90 injured near a train station in Naharia, Israel.
Nov. 8, 2001: Suicide bomber blows himself up in Baka al-Sharkieh, West Bank, injuring two Israeli border guards.
Dec. 2, 2001: 16 people, including suicide bomber, killed and more than 100 wounded on a bus in Haifa, Israel.
Feb. 16, 2002: Three people killed, including suicide bomber, and 30 injured in attack on a pizzeria in a West Bank Jewish settlement.
March 9, 2002: 12 people killed, including suicide bomber, in a cafe in west Jerusalem near the official residence of Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon. Attack also claimed by Al Aqsa Martyrs Brigade.
March 27, 2002: 23 people, including suicide bomber, killed at a hotel in Netanya during a Passover Seder. The attack has been called "The Passover Massacre."
March 31, 2002: 15 killed, including suicide bomber, in restaurant in Haifa, Israel. And in another attack, suicide bomber kills himself, wounds four in a Jewish settlement in the West Bank. Palestinian Islamic Jihad also claims responsibility for attack.
April 10, 2002: Nine people killed, including suicide bomber, and dozens wounded on a bus traveling from Haifa to Jerusalem.
May 7, 2002: 16 people, including suicide bomber, killed and nearly 60 injured in suicide attack on a billiards club in Rishon Letzion, a Tel Aviv suburb.
May 19, 2002: Four people killed, including suicide bomber, in an attack at an outdoor vegetable market in the Israeli town of Netanya. The Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine (PFLP), a secular group opposed to the Oslo accords, also claims responsibility for the attack.
June 18, 2002: Nineteen Israelis are killed and 40 are wounded when a suicide bomber detonates a high-powered bomb on board a packed bus during the morning rush hour in Jerusalem.
Aug. 4, 2002: A blast aboard a bus at the Meron junction in northern Israel killed 10 people, including a suicide bomber, and wounded about 50.
Sept. 19, 2002: A bus blast in Tel Aviv killed seven people, including a suicide bomber, and wounded about 70.
Oct. 10, 2002: A suicide bomber and another man were killed, and about 30 people were wounded, in a blast aboard a bus on the Geha highway across from Bar-Ilan University.
Oct. 27, 2002: A suicide bomber the Israeli Ministry of Foreign Affairs said was a member of Hamas died along with three Israeli soldiers in a blast at a gas station in Samaria. About 20 people were wounded.
Nov. 21, 2002: A suicide bomber and 11 other people died, and about 50 were wounded, in a bus bombing in Jerusalem at rush hour.
April 30, 2003: Suicide bomber and three Israelis were killed in an attack on a Tel Aviv pub. Attack also claimed by Al Aqsa Martyrs Brigade.
May 18, 2003: Suicide bomber and seven Israelis killed on a bus in Jerusalem's French Hill district.
May 18, 2003: Suicide bomber killed only himself at a roadblock in Jerusalem.
May 19, 2003: Suicide bomber on a bicycle killed and three Israeli soldiers injured in Gaza.
|3/26/2004 2:46 PM|
please make the same list for the humanitarian workings of the IDF
|3/26/2004 3:57 PM|
As tired as I get of the US opting out of UN initiatives, the politically motivated "that'll show the bastards!" attitude of the Security Council in its various resolutions does not make matters any easier.
Indeed, your own comments underscore just exactly what makes such resolutions so resolutely unsatisfying: they all end up being about who is the bad guy, and to do so they have to largely ignore history and context, and the different perspectives of the various players. There is nothing about them that contributes to progress. All they generally consist of is accusal. Just what exactly is the point of such things? BOTH sides in the Middle East are acting like assholes and doing stupid and often unconscienable things because they have the same attitude about one party being the "good guy" and the other being the "bad guy". Does it really matter who did MORE of them, or whose body count is higher than the other? Is this the playoffs or something, where points scored makes you some kind of winner?
If the resolution consisted of something like "Hamas has participated in a series of acts that have led, nay pushed, to a siege mentality in Israel, and an unhealthy desire to defend at all costs, even to the point of lapses in ethics, but this assassination doesn't help matters", then that is something I can get behind. Bullshit posturing by the Security Council of the form "See. I TOLD you they were the bad guys", isn't (and I would say the same thing if the "bad guys" singled out were consistently Arab states or the PA or whomever). The only thing it produces are smirks from one side of the political table.
The UN is at its finest when it engages in humanitarian and development initiatives. It is generally at its worst when the Security Council meets.
|3/26/2004 4:29 PM|
|AnOnAMouse||Re: gee why does everyone hate us|
Subject should be: gee why does everyone hate the US
Who's this we, sucka?
|3/26/2004 9:26 PM|
If someone wants to hate the US because we prevented the UN from glorifying a murderer, then I think they're the one with the problem.
|3/27/2004 1:53 PM|
Then who has the problem? Zionists policies are not murderous?
Are the palestinians occupying Israel or is it the other way around.
I am still waiting for your google list of the state sponsered atrocities the IDF carries out on a regular basis, or does you google search also tell you you are an antisemite when you type in IDF murder or zionist atrocities?
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