There are no words

Qana Massacre 7
Originally uploaded by marcynewman.

that can describe the Qana massacre in Lubnan by Israeli terrorist strikes.


5 thoughts on “There are no words

  1. Yep, your right

    Anyone that would fire off rockets next to children, old people and those with rigo mortise are despicable and there are no words to describe it.

    How could any parent be proud of their child that went out and blew up a pizza parlor, themselves and a bunch of innocents.

    Yes, the actions are truly indicative of a 7th century mentality.

    Good old Arafat sure led the people in a macabre direction.

  2. I don’t understand what the first comment means, that the Qana massacre “an eye” for the suicide bombers “eye”? Who’s living in the 7th century again?

    In any case, thank you Dr. Marcy. Thank you. I think these pictures should be plastered over every first four pages of every Western print so-called medium.

  3. Is it possible for Jews to open their mouths without playing the victim role? It’s time to face up to the facts that Jews are the world’s biggest bullies.


  4. Marcy,

    I feel very sorry for your family and anyone who knew you when you were young and before you were brainwashed.

  5. The Hizbullah and Hamas provocations against Israel once again demonstrate how terrorists exploit human rights and the media in their attacks on democracies.

    By hiding behind their own civilians the Islamic radicals issue a challenge to democracies: Either violate your own morality by coming after us and inevitably killing some innocent civilians, or maintain your morality and leave us with a free hand to target your innocent civilians.
    This challenge presents democracies such as Israel with a lose-lose option, and the terrorists with a win-win option.

    Whenever a democracy is presented with the lose-lose option and chooses to defend its citizens by going after the terrorists who are hiding among civilians, this trio of predictable condemners can be counted on by the terrorists to accuse the democracy of “overreaction,” “disproportionality” and “violations of human rights.”
    In doing so they play right into the hands of the terrorists, causing more terrorism and more civilian casualties on both sides.

    IT should be obvious by now that Hizbullah and Hamas actually WANT the Israeli military to kill as many Lebanese and Palestinian civilians as possible. That is why they store their rockets underneath the beds of civilians; why they launch their missiles from crowded civilian neighborhoods and hide among civilians. They are seeking to induce Israel to defend its civilians by going after them among their civilian “shields.” They know that every civilian they induce Israel to kill hurts Israel in the media and the international and human rights communities. They regard these human shields as shahids – martyrs – even if they did not volunteer for this lethal job.

    Israel has every self-interest in minimizing civilian casualties, whereas the terrorists have every self-interest in maximizing them – on both sides. Israel should not be condemned for doing what every democracy would and should do: taking every reasonable military step to stop the terrorists from killing their innocent civilians.

    The world must come to recognize the cynical way in which terrorists exploit civilian casualties. They launch anti-personnel rockets designed to maximize enemy civilian casualties, then they cry “human rights” when their own civilians – behind whom they are deliberately hiding – are killed by the democracies in the process of trying to prevent further acts of terrorism.

    The very idea that terrorists who use women and children as suicide bombers against other women and children shed crocodile tears over the deaths of civilians they deliberately put in harm’s way gives new meaning to the word “hypocrisy.” We all know that hypocrisy is a tactic of the terrorists, but it is shocking that others fall for it and become complicit with the terrorists.

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