The BBC, CNN, the NYT, and the lot of them just cannot bring themselves to say ‘Fogel family brutally murdered by Palestinian terrorists”.
Instead they use terms like “intruder”, “assailant”, “stabbed”, “Jewish settler family”, as if the Arab cutthroats were simply stealing a TV set.
The New York Times, not known for its balanced reporting, shat this out in its pages:
Palestinians have often justified the killing of Israeli civilians, especially settlers, as a legitimate response to the Israeli occupation of territory conquered in the 1967 war, or in the case of radicals, as part of a broader struggle against Israel’s existence.
Wow. Just fucking wow. Arab muslim terrorism is okay, the existance of the legitimate state of Israel is not.
These are the faces of the people they killed as a “legitimate response”:
This is the aftermath of the “legitimate response”:
Graphic photos of the hate crime:
Father and 3-month-old infant, Hadas
Palestinians gleefully celebrated this “legitimate response”; the same Palestinians who danced in the streets to celebrate 9/11.
Code Pink, Jimmy Carter, the bulk of the MSM, and the Left, adore these mutherfuckers. Obama gave them $400 million in taxpayer funds. (http://usataxpayer.org/htm/vids.asp?A=11815095)
Just to clear things up over this “legitimate response” bullshit: Look at a world map. There is NO legitimate “Palestine”, and there’s never been an official “Palestine”. It was a fictional land created by the Romans and centuries later, a temporary British “mandate”, which ceased to exist in 1948.
The are Arabs in the Gaza strip/West Bank call themselves “Palestinians”, thanks to a fictional “Palestine” mandated by the Brits in 1922:
The Palestine Mandate was born out of the ambitions of the British and their promises to the French, the Arabs and the Zionists, as set forth in the Balfour declaration, the Sykes Picot Agreement and the McMahon Correspondence. The background is discussed extensively by David Fromkin, A Peace to End All Peace: The Fall of the Ottoman Empire and the Creation of the Modern Middle East, 1990 (Owl books, 2001) and also by Michael J. Cohen in The Origins and Evolution of the Arab-Zionist Conflict 1987. Cohen wrote:
“..But once the United States abdicated any further role in the new European order after the summer of 1919, it was left to Britain and France to divide the Middle East between them. It cannot be said that either power displayed any great altruism when it came to deciding whether the indigenous peoples of the area were mature enough to be granted their independence. In April 1920, in the small Italian town of San Remo, Britain and France divide the Middle East into mandates while the American ambassador read his newspaper in the garden. Britain obtained Palestine, Transjordan and Iraq; the French acquired Syria.
In 1917, during the First World War, Britain defeated the Ottoman Turkish forces and occupied and set up a military administration in Palestine and Syria. The land remained under British military administration for the remainder of the war, and beyond. The British sought to set up legitimacy for their continued control of the region and this was achieved by obtaining a mandate from the League of Nations in June 1922. The mandate formalised British rule in Palestine which continued until 1948. With the League of Nations’ consent, Britain divided the Mandate territory into two administrative areas, Palestine, under direct British rule, and autonomous Transjordan, under the rule of the Hashemite family from Hijaz.
Marjorie M. Whiteman, Digest of International Law, vol. 1, US State Department (Washington, DC: U.S. Government Printing Office, 1963) pp 650–652
Furthermore, the mandate’s purpose was to set aside a national home for the Jewish people, not the Arabs:
Whereas the Principal Allied Powers have also agreed that the Mandatory should be responsible for putting into effect the declaration originally made on November 2nd, 1917, by the Government of His Britannic Majesty, and adopted by the said Powers, in favour of the establishment in Palestine of a national home for the Jewish people, it being clearly understood that nothing should be done which might prejudice the civil and religious rights of existing non-Jewish communities in Palestine, or the rights and political status enjoyed by Jews in any other country
Israel, on the other hand, was established by a vote in the United Nations in 1947 and declared a country in 1948.
The British “Palestine Mandate” was terminated in 1948., in conjunction with the creation of the Jewish state of Israel:(http://www.ismi.emory.edu/Articles/TerminationOfTheMandate.pdf)
The “Palestinians and the New York Times need to get their “legitimacy” straight.