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Sunday, August 10, 2014

As Arab sentiment shifts away from Hamas and the Palestinians, leftist anti-Semites and Islamists in the west raise the cry against israel

...The absence of much umbrage in the Arab world is also a reflection of its overall detachment to the Gaza conflict, analysts said. Many governments in the region are consumed by domestic instability. Or they believe the war is not between Israel and Palestinians, but rather between Israel and Hamas, an offshoot of the Muslim Brotherhood, which has been classified as a terrorist group by Saudi Arabia, Egypt and some other Arab countries.
“The Arab street has become indifferent to what happens to Palestinians in the Gaza Strip,” said Mkhaimar Abusaada, a political science professor at Al Azhar University in Gaza, referring to the attacks on mosques. “Many Arab countries are busy dealing with their own internal problems — Iraq, Syria, Libya, for example. And part of the Arab street believes this war is against terrorism, radicalism, and not against the Palestinians.”
Sunday at 2pm, a collection of scum will be polluting the streets of Toronto to call for a genocide of Israel's Jews. The Jewish Defense League plans a counter-protest.

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