Moultrie Products
Jerusalem: Promises Made, Promises Kept
Community
Contributors to this thread:
slade 14-May-18
JTV 14-May-18
kentuckbowhnter 14-May-18
Shuteye 14-May-18
Trax 14-May-18
JTV 14-May-18
Trax 14-May-18
Your fav poster 14-May-18
Woods Walker 14-May-18
Your fav poster 14-May-18
Your fav poster 14-May-18
Trax 14-May-18
Woods Walker 14-May-18
Bentstick81 14-May-18
JTV 14-May-18
Your fav poster 14-May-18
JTV 14-May-18
Bentstick81 14-May-18
JTV 14-May-18
BowSniper 14-May-18
Solo 14-May-18
Trax 14-May-18
jjs 14-May-18
itshot 14-May-18
Bentstick81 14-May-18
Trax 14-May-18
Your fav poster 14-May-18
Bentstick81 14-May-18
JTV 14-May-18
Trax 14-May-18
Bentstick81 14-May-18
JTV 14-May-18
Woods Walker 14-May-18
JTV 14-May-18
bad karma 14-May-18
BowSniper 14-May-18
JTV 15-May-18
Your fav poster 15-May-18
Bentstick81 15-May-18
Woods Walker 15-May-18
pipe 15-May-18
Trax 15-May-18
BowSniper 15-May-18
slade 15-May-18
JTV 15-May-18
BowSniper 15-May-18
Thunderflight 15-May-18
Trax 15-May-18
JTV 15-May-18
Seapig@work 16-May-18
scentman 16-May-18
From: slade
14-May-18
Donald Trump Officially Opens U.S. Embassy in ‘Historic and Sacred Land of Jerusalem’

From: JTV
14-May-18
and the terrorists go bonkers .... kill 'em all .... Hamas, Hezbollah all of 'em .. 45 dead, 900 injured ... kill 'em all

14-May-18
Winning.

From: Shuteye
14-May-18
The Donald is having some good days lately. The Lame stream is going bonkers.

From: Trax
14-May-18
Just another great move, the kind great leaders make. Slick Willy, Shrub, and OBOZO all said at one time they would do the same thing. All liars and/or too weak and timid to do it.

We all say thank you President Trump!

From: JTV
14-May-18
now 52 dead, 1200 injured ... most are Palestinian Hamas terrorists or wannabe's ...

From: Trax
14-May-18
Yep, terrorists fully funded by Hamas and directly from Iran.

The Israelis will torch them at will as needed.

14-May-18
What part of provoking the ire of all of the neighboring countries is going to make peace in the Mideast easier! Or make America great? Trumps people want a war in the Mideast. Simple. Even our Mideast allies are concerned. Saudi’s and Kuwaitis are meeting today to discuss.

From: Woods Walker
14-May-18
More bullshit from the undisputed KING of bullshit himherit self. School off today? Or are you just screwing the taxpayers if District 45 again today by playing on the computer while you're supposed to be teaching?

14-May-18

14-May-18
Reminder. Kushner does not have a security clearance because our own intelligence agencies refused to give him one due to something in his background. FACT.

From: Trax
14-May-18
Paul Zeidan proves once again that he is an ignorant idiot.

Saudi Arabia loves Israel, in comparison to how much they hate Iran. The only ire raised is with the blind dumb sheep liberals like Paul Zeidan in this country and islamic swine terrorists that are funded by Iran along with groups like what is left of ISIS. This is simply a great and long overdue move by the president. Thank you President Trump!

Oh, how refreshing to have a president like President Trump who works only for the citizens of the USA and honors his campaign promises with strong and wise action! In contrast to the selling out of our sovereignty as a nation and the lies of America hating race pimp Parasite Barack Hussein Obama. Once again, THANK YOU PRESIDENT TRUMP!!

From: Woods Walker
14-May-18
So tell us Zeidan, is lying on the computer during school hours part of your job description? You actually get paid for being here when you're supposed to be "teaching"? You're lying about that too, aren't you?

From: Bentstick81
14-May-18
y f IMposter. Are you LYING and making up stories again??? Imagine that. 8^)))

From: JTV
14-May-18
Bush said to move the embassy, didnt have the nads to do it....Obama said move the embassy, definitely didnt have the nads to do it.... Trump MOVED the embassy, has YUUUUge nads to get 'er done ... Hell, even cryin' Chucky Schumer supports the move ...

14-May-18
I don’t care about Chuck Schumer, I care about legislation and policy that actually benefits America. And no one has explained how this benefits America. Or the Middle East peace plan. The reason why Bush and Obama walked away from this move was because of the myriad of complications. But Trump never let a complication get in the way, does he? This is what happens when you elect a guy that doesn’t read, doesn’t understand history, and has no knowledge of diplomatic Nuance. In other words when you elect a clown, expect a circus. Welcome to the circus!

From: JTV
14-May-18

JTV's embedded Photo
JTV's embedded Photo

From: Bentstick81
14-May-18
"I don't care about Chuck Schumer, (Ya you do, another LIE), I care about legislation and policy that actually benefits America.( No you don't.you care if it helps ONLY YOUR agenda. Another LIE). And the rest of your reply is another BULL$HIT LIE. 8^)))

From: JTV
14-May-18
http://www.foxnews.com/opinion/2018/05/14/sen-joe-lieberman-why-us-embassy-jerusalem-move-happened-and-why-it-matters.html

In 1995, I had the privilege of working in the U.S. Senate on the Jerusalem Embassy Relocation Act (JERA) with a bipartisan group of colleagues, including Senate Majority Leader, Bob Dole of Kansas and Senator Pat Moynihan of New York.

Relocation Act (JERA) with a bipartisan group of colleagues, including Senate Majority Leader, Bob Dole of Kansas and Senator Pat Moynihan of New York.

Our bill found that “Each sovereign nation, under international law and custom, may designate its own capital,” and “Since 1950, the City of Jerusalem has been the capital of the State of Israel.” In fact, at the time, Israel – a fellow democracy and one of our closest allies in the world – was the only place in the world where we did not locate our embassy in the city designated by the host country as its capital.

Our legislation aimed to eliminate that inequity by mandating that “Jerusalem should be recognized (by the U.S.) as the capital of the State of Israel and the United States Embassy in Israel should be established in Jerusalem.” There was broad bipartisan support for the JERA in the Congress, but not in the administration. Part of the reason for that opposition was the traditional struggle for influence over foreign policy between Congress and the president. But more was about the particular historical moment.

Two years earlier in September 1993, the so-called Declaration of Principles of Interim Self-Government (also known as the Oslo Accords) was signed at the White House by Yitzhak Rabin and Yassir Arafat. It laid out a timetable for the resolution of “final status” issues including Jerusalem. Hopes were high then for a permanent two-state solution between Israel and the Palestinians. People who argued against the Jerusalem Embassy Relocation Act said that it would diminish or extinguish those hopes by determining the status of Jerusalem.

We supporters of JERA said that was clearly not true, that our legislation would not affect the implementation of the Oslo Accords at all but simply treat Israel like every other country in the world and respect its right to designate its own capital. In fact, the United States already owned a piece of land in West Jerusalem on which we intended to eventually build our embassy, and that piece of land had been part of Israel since its re-establishment in 1948. Unless one thought that a two-state solution would involve Israel ceding sovereignty over land in Jerusalem that had been Israeli since 1948, which no one did, there was no way the Jerusalem Embassy Act would affect final status negotiations pursuant to the Oslo Accords. In fact, we argued in Congress, that moving our embassy to Jerusalem could ease the way to a two-state solution by giving Israel the confidence that the peace process, which we supported, would not result in Israel’s right to its historic capital being diminished.

***There is a larger lesson to be learned from this story. America remains the strongest nation in the world and should never hesitate to make important foreign policy decisions that we believe are consistent with our national values and interests.***

Nevertheless, the Clinton administration said that a premature focus on Jerusalem could undermine negotiations and complicate the chances for peace, so President Clinton would veto the legislation.

To avoid that veto, a compromise was agreed upon that was practical and lead to enactment but was not based on reality or principle. A new section was added to our legislation which enabled the president and his successors to suspend the law from becoming effective every six months if he determined that such suspension was “necessary to protect the national security interests of the United States.”

That amended legislation passed the Senate by a vote of 93-5 and the House, 374-37. President Clinton still refused to sign the law but let it go into effect without his signature ten days later, as is provided by law. At the time, the president said the act “could hinder the peace process. I will not let that happen and will use the legislation’s waiver authority to avoid damage to the peace process.”

That is exactly what President Clinton and his successors, Presidents Bush and Obama, did repeatedly over the next 22 years, until December 6, 2017 when President Trump recognized Jerusalem as the capital of Israel, and ordered that the American Embassy be relocated to that capital. On February 23 of this year, President Trump announced that our Embassy would open in Jerusalem on May 14, 2018, to coincide with the 70th Anniversary of Israel’s Declaration of Independence.

In the Arab world, concerns have been expressed but the focus of the Arab world is, like Israel, on the great threat from Iran. It is true that hopes for the peace process are much lower today than they were in 1995, even though the Trump administration correctly continues to work for a two-state solution to the conflict between Israel and the Palestinians. In sum, when President Trump finally implemented the Jerusalem Embassy Relocation Act of 1995, the sky – as far as we know – did not fall, as so many had long predicted.

There is a larger lesson to be learned from this story. America remains the strongest nation in the world and should never hesitate to make important foreign policy decisions that we believe are consistent with our national values and interests, because of predictions by others of the worst possible reaction to those decisions. Otherwise, we are likely to diminish our national strength and compromise our national values and interests.

That lesson is worth remembering in a number of other foreign policy decisions President Trump has made or will soon make, including pulling the U.S. out of the Iran Nuclear Agreement and negotiating with North Korea.

Joseph I. Lieberman is chairman of United Against Nuclear Iran (UANI), a former U.S. senator from Connecticut, and the 2000 Democratic nominee for vice president of the United States.

From: BowSniper
14-May-18
THIS benefits America and the Mid-East Peace Process in two ways: (1) it shows our commitment to stand with our trusted ally Israel, who shares with us their excellent intel in that region and who has our back such as with recent attacks on Iranian positions in Syria. (2) it reverses the utterly failed policies of the past that have clearly NOT worked. Maybe a stronger hand with the Palestinians is the better path towards peace.... because when the previous policy has Palestine naming this day (the formation of the state of Israel) "The Catastrophe", it proves the sissy Obama approach has borne little fruit (no pun intended)

From: Solo
14-May-18
"I don’t care about Chuck Schumer, I care about legislation and policy that actually benefits America."

That's a clear reflection of what Donald Trump has stated ever since he began running towards the presidency. Good one, Paul Zeidan. Thank you.

The rest of the answers you're lookin' for will come soon enough if you are honestly searching. Take faith. It's there for the taking....

From: Trax
14-May-18
Bowsniper mentions an important element. “The Catastrophe” is celebrated by the islamic swine terrorists every year since its invention, I think by Yasser Arafat. There would have been this protesting and rioting by these hateful pigs anyway.

Every nation has the right to choose its capital, and every two nations have a right to properly place an embassy. The placating of these terrorists is over, we will now treat terrorists like terrorists. The legitimate governments that do not support these terrorists will come forward and work with us like never before. Great leadership by a president that continues to fulfill promises he made while truly making America greater by the moment. Thank you President Trump!

From: jjs
14-May-18
Solo, by saying "take faith" to an atheist is an insult, he has no faith and nullifies any discussion on Jerusalem.

14-May-18
Ok, biblical experts, here's a challenge for you Judge Jeanine pf Fox News just said that Trump fulfilled biblical prophecy by moving the US Embassy to Jerusalem. Which prophecy would that be?

Isnt US policy supposed to fulfill biblical prophesy? Doesn't it say that right there in the Constitution?

From: itshot
14-May-18
yes

From: Bentstick81
14-May-18
y f IMposter. I thought you said you didn't watch FOX news. Another LIE from you??? I'm shocked! Na, not really. What a PHONY. 8^)))

From: Trax
14-May-18
Paul Zeidan with yet another demonstration of what a panty wearing moron he is. Pedophiles don’t give anyone more creeps than Paul Zeidan.

The move of the embassy and acknowledging that Jerusalem is Israel’s capital may very well be the fulfillment of Biblical propshesy. Or not. It really doesn’t matter. Being that it was or was not Biblical prophesy weighed nothing in the president’s decision. We made the move because it was the right move, and great policy. Period. Paul Zeidan should have been in the Dumb and Dumber movie. He would have been Dumbest. And creepiest.

14-May-18
Creepy for holding a president accountable? That’s a new one.

From: Bentstick81
14-May-18
y f IMposter. So, you are using the CONSTITUTION for YOUR AGENDA. Care to tell us all what the CONSTITUTION says about guns???? And why you and the democrats are trying to go against the CONSTITUTION, for POLITICAL GAIN???

From: JTV
14-May-18

JTV's embedded Photo
I am Paul Zeidan...aka :"PutZ" ... I hate God, I hate Jesus, I hate this country and I am a Russian spy who indoctrinates kids to socialism ...
JTV's embedded Photo
I am Paul Zeidan...aka :"PutZ" ... I hate God, I hate Jesus, I hate this country and I am a Russian spy who indoctrinates kids to socialism ...

From: Trax
14-May-18
Paul Zeidan with yet another demonstration of his ignorance! He’s done absolutely nothing to hold anyone accountable, he HAS proven himself a liar and creepy parasite who openly supports race pimps and America hating statists. Keep proving to us what a corrupt tapeworm you are Paul Zeidan, I for one love sticking the boot of truth in your eye!

From: Bentstick81
14-May-18
Boy y f IMposter. You seem to get QUIET, when you get nailed for the BULL$hit LIES you try to put on here. You better go to walmart and get you a new pair of shoes. As much running away that you are doing, you have to be wearing them out quick. PRICELESS!!! 8^)))

From: JTV
14-May-18
"On May 14, 1948, just after a provisional government proclaimed the new State of Israel, President Truman said: “This government has been informed that a Jewish state has been proclaimed in Palestine, and recognition has been requested by the provisional government thereof. The United States recognizes the provisional government as the de facto authority of the new State of Israel.”

In that moment, the United States made history as the first nation to recognize the legitimacy of the new Jewish state. And now, 70 years later, the U.S. is making history again as our great nation will legitimize the State of Israel, our ally and friend, by moving the U.S. Embassy from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem, Israel’s eternal capital.

American evangelicals are responding: “It’s about time.”

Moving the U.S. Embassy to Jerusalem is a promise that was made to the American people and Israel in 1995, when Congress voted almost unanimously to locate our embassy in the capital of the Jewish state, just as we do in every other nation in the world.

Monday – the 70th anniversary of U.S. recognition of Israel – will be an historic moment. We are thankful to President Trump for making good on a promise that his predecessors chose to ignore. I am honored to represent Concerned Women for America supporters as I attend this historic event.

While the move of the U.S. Embassy to Jerusalem is a game-changer on the world stage, it is uniquely important to American Christians.

Although imperfect, like any nation, Israel is a representation in the Middle East of the ideals and principles that we hold dear as Christians. It is much more than a political performance; it is about giving Israel the respect it deserves as a nation that is dedicated to democratic ideals.

The United States is making history with this embassy move. Once again, we hope to see others around the world do the right thing and follow our lead.

Israel stands for human rights. Israel cares for the least of these. Israel is inclusive. Every Israeli is supported and represented, regardless of whether they are Jewish, Muslim, Arab, Christian, male or female, young or old.

Women have been an integral part of the modern State of Israel since its beginning. Golda Meir, the original “Iron Lady,” served as minister of labor and foreign minister before becoming Israel’s prime minister in 1969. She was Israel’s fourth prime minister and the third female prime minister in the world, and she led Israel during the Yom Kippur War in 1973.

Israel has always prioritized diversity within the Knesset, its 120-member unicameral parliament. Women and minorities – including Arabs and Druze – have been represented in the Knesset since its inception. Today 33 members of the Knesset are women and 18 members are Arabs.

The Israeli people have proven their dedication to upholding justice and always working towards improvement.

After the fall of the Soviet Union Israel became a destination country for trafficked women, and prostitution became a prominent issue. Because of this, in 2001 Israel was ranked as a Tier 3 country for human trafficking on the U.S. State Department’s Trafficking in Persons Report – the worst possible ranking.

The Israeli government took definitive action against sex traffickers, working to protect women and children and bring criminals to justice. For six years in a row, Israel has been ranked a Tier 1 nation in its efforts to combat human trafficking, signaling its success in fighting this grave injustice.

Although it receives little recognition on the global stage, Israel continues to go above and beyond in its service to the world. Last summer, Israel unveiled Operation Good Neighbor, the secret operation it had been conducting in Syria to keep starvation away from thousands of Syrians while also providing free medical care. The Good Neighbor is an appropriate name for Israel.

Since its beginning as a small nation in the midst of the Middle East, Israel has been committed to wide-reaching humanitarian relief and global development. Despite animosity from much of the world, it continues to always be a helping hand, often providing the first responders to natural disasters – whether they be earthquakes in Haiti and Japan, or Hurricane Katrina in the United States.

In 2016 the United Nation’s World Health Organization recognized the Israeli Army’s field hospital as “number one in the world.” The U.N. has been known for having a negative attitude towards Israel, but it could not ignore the humanitarian efforts of Israel. The nation’s army field hospital is regularly sent abroad to provide aid at natural disaster sites.

The United States is making history with this embassy move. Once again, we hope to see others around the world do the right thing and follow our lead."

Penny Young Nance is president and CEO of Concerned Women for America, the nation’s largest women’s public policy organization. She is the author of the book "Feisty and Feminine: A Rallying Cry for Conservative Women" (Zondervan 2016).

From: Woods Walker
14-May-18
That's right Paul, keep ignoring my questions. Can't face the truth, huh? But then again, you wouldn't know the truth if it bit you in the throat. Any progress with your private dick? Or did he laugh you out of the room?

From: JTV
14-May-18
"I was grateful for the White House invitation to witness the historic opening of the US Embassy in Jerusalem. Truth be told, I believe that every Jew in attendance was thinking of a father, a grandmother, a sibling wiped out in the Nazi Holocaust or any of the millions of Jews, who over two millennia were scattered to the four winds of exile—and on whose shoulders we stand today. For it was they, from Baghdad to Moscow, from New Delhi to New York, from Warsaw to Waukegan who down through the centuries--against all odds-- dared to dream that someday, somehow, their offspring would return home to Zion, to Jerusalem.

From abandonment to validation

For over 1,900 years Jews in exile lived with the bitter bile of abandonment, bereft of rights, subject to the whims of rulers, demonized by religious authorities and derided by neighbors for being different.

The ultimate abandonment came with the Nazi Holocaust in the 1940s with the destruction of European Jewry. In fact, it was the West’s abandonment of Jews in the 1930s that sealed their fate long before the Nazis mass-murdered 6 million of our people—one third of world Jewry.

Validation

So how was possible that less than three years after Auschwitz, that the Jewish nation was (re)born?

It was in large measure because of one man who bucked the advice of diplomats and pundits to support a Jewish state— President Harry S. Truman.

Watching the video in Jerusalem of President Donald Trump’s speech from the White House, I kept thinking about the similar challenges both presidents faced when it came to U.S. policy in The Holy Land.

Truman, who never expected to be the vice president in 1944, let alone could have imagined that he would soon be president of the United States, had zero experience in foreign policy.

Once he became president he would rely heavily on Secretary of State George Marshall, a World War II hero who would go on to win the 1953 Nobel Peace Prize for The Marshall Plan that rebuilt a Europe shattered by war.

Marshall was bitterly opposed to a Jewish state. He was more concerned about having an uninterrupted supply of Arab oil than a people devastated by war and was convinced that the Jews couldn't withstand an Arab military onslaught.

Marshall’s opposition was buttressed by virtually the entire State Department. At one point Marshall even threatened Truman that he would oppose the president’s reelection.

No matter, “Give ‘em Hell Harry” -- with a push from his Jewish buddy and partner Eddie Jacobson—decided to override the “experts” and actively support the Jewish people’s quest for freedom.

On November 29, 1947, he instructed the U.S. to vote for statehood at the United Nations. A few months later, Truman decided that the U.S. would be the first nation to recognize the State of Israel, just 11 minutes after David Ben-Gurion declared the Jewish State.

Through his actions Truman not only changed history, he validated a people who had been left for dead.

Today the Jewish state is alive-- a vibrant democracy and a font of ingenuity and creativity. But it is a nation still under siege—threatened by over 100,000 Hezbollah and Hamas missiles, terror tunnels and Iranian nuclear-tinged saber rattling.

Israel also faces a relentless asymmetrical war of demonization and delegitimization. From U.N. resolutions to church groups to academic assaults to global boycotts to social media campaigns, Zionists are denounced as racists and Israelis as Nazis, latter-day colonialists, interlopers and even “fake” Jews.

Enter Donald Trump. With the stroke of a pen, he validated 3,500 years of Jewish history by opening the U.S. Embassy in Jerusalem, debunking the global smear campaign against the Jewish State.

His decision will also have an impact on Christian-Jewish relations. My grandparents fled Eastern Europe at the beginning of the 20th Century primarily because of theologically-fueled hatred from Christian churches and clergy.

They would have been shocked to see the hundreds of Christian Zionists who sat shoulder to shoulder with American and Israeli Jews at the embassy opening on Monday. And they would have been amazed to learn it was American Christians, led by a few million Evangelicals, who consistently reminded President Trump about candidate Trump’s promise to do right by Israel.

Unlike his predecessors who never lived up to their campaign promises -- Trump just did. His place in history and in the annals of the people of Israel are secured forever."

Rabbi Abraham Cooper is Associate Dean, Director of Global Social Action Agenda at the Simon Wiesenthal Center in Los Angeles. Follow the Simon Wiesenthal Center on Facebook and on Twitter.

From: bad karma
14-May-18
I do not care who it pisses off. Recognizing Jerusalem as the capital of Israel was and is the right thing to do. Those are angered by it have self-identified as the enemy of the good.

From: BowSniper
14-May-18
Why not just reference US law and the Jewish Embassy Act of 1995 that was passed in the US Senate by a vote of 93 - 5. Trump just had the courage to bring it across the finish line. Good for him !!! You should take a photo of this historical event Imposter.

From: JTV
15-May-18
All Zeidan has in him is hate towards this country and Trump and Israel .... this shows EXACTLY what type of loser he is that he should side with terrorists and anti-Semites .. ..

15-May-18
Creepy for holding a president accountable? That’s a new one.

From: Bentstick81
15-May-18
y f IMposter. Doubling up on your replies, i see. It must really suck to have NO ANSWERS. You still haven't told us all, OH HONEST ONE, what the CONSTITUTION says about GUNS??? PRICELESS!!! 8^)))

From: Woods Walker
15-May-18
Or how about we hold YOU accountable Paulabe? You have ZERO right to question ANYONE'S accountability. You have lost touch with reality.

From: pipe
15-May-18

pipe's Link
Interesting comments and support by a former ambassador to Israel under Obama. Good for Trump making the promise and following through.

From: Trax
15-May-18
Once again, we all say Thank You President Trump on another great decision and strong visionary leadership!

From: BowSniper
15-May-18
Obama's Euro-Socialist transformative dream for America is unraveling like a cheap sweater. And the Dems are losing their minds with panic, frustration, terror, and fury. It is rather delightful to watch the libtards collectively lose their sh1t over this.... lol

From: slade
15-May-18

From: JTV
15-May-18

JTV's embedded Photo
JTV's embedded Photo

From: BowSniper
15-May-18

BowSniper's embedded Photo
BowSniper's embedded Photo

15-May-18
Moving the embassy will do absolutely nothing to improve or damage peace efforts in the Middle East. Regardless of what just happened, Palestinians and Israelis will always have tension between them and Iran will always want to wipe Israel off the face of the earth. Other Arab countries will smile, tolerate, and publicly support Israel, but put on a different face while their backs are turned.

When the chips fall Israel only has one friend and that is the United States. Other NATO countries would most likely help but if the United States backed out so would their support.

Moving the embassy makes a very bold statement to the world that the United States fully supports Israel and will do so regardless of what the rest of the world thinks.

From: Trax
15-May-18
America FINALLY again moving in the right direction under the leadership of a president who acts in the interests of the USA, not the global cabal. Thank you President Trump! Ambassador Haley to the UN.....

Before she exited the chamber, Haley had stated:

"Let’s remember that the Hamas terrorist organization has been inciting violence for years, long before the United States decided to move our embassy.

In recent days, multiple news organizations have documented the Hamas incitement in Gaza. They have reported that Hamas maps and social media show the fastest routes to reach Israeli communities in case demonstrators make it through the security fence. They have reported on Hamas messages over loudspeakers that urge demonstrators to burst through the fence, falsely claiming Israeli soldiers were fleeing, when in fact, they were not. The same loudspeakers are used by Hamas to urge the crowds to “Get closer! Get closer!” to the security fence.

Hamas has attacked the Kerem Shalom crossing, the biggest entry point in Gaza for fuel, food, and medical supplies. This is how determined they are to make the lives of the Palestinian people miserable. They light Molotov cocktails attached to kites on fire and attempt to fly them into Israel to cause as much destruction as possible. When asked yesterday why he put a swastika on his burning kite, the terrorist responded, “The Jews go crazy when you mention Hitler.”

This is what is endangering the people of Gaza. Make no mistake: Hamas is pleased with the results from yesterday.

I ask my colleagues here in the Security Council, who among us would accept this type of activity on your border? No one would. No country in this chamber would act with more restraint than Israel has. In fact, the records of several countries here today suggest they would be much less restrained."

From: JTV
15-May-18

JTV's Link
http://www.foxnews.com/opinion/2018/05/15/hamas-wants-palestinians-killed-to-score-propaganda-points-against-israel.html

From: Seapig@work
16-May-18

Seapig@work's embedded Photo
Seapig@work's embedded Photo

From: scentman
16-May-18
6 more yrs. of the left cryin, while we're winnin... huge!

  • Sitka Gear