November 29, 2012

Muhammed al Durrah remembered

I just tracked a hit from the Media Lens message board.  See this:
Further, and worse that Harold Pinter's "It never happened. Nothing ever happened. Even while it was happening it, it wasn't happening. It didn't matter", is the Zionist Apologists tactic of inverting every Israeli crime; they would have us now believe that it was Hamas that killed the BBC cameraman's baby boy. A piece titled "Who Killed Jihad Masharawi’s Son, Omar?" was posted on the Islamophobic/Zionist Site "Harry's Place", but as the Site seems to be down, there a report on it here; 

This is exactly the same muddying, casting doubts & deflection tactics, that were used in the aftermath of the killing of another Palestinian boy, Muhammad_al-Durrah; 

Chutzpah indeed, derived from blood-soaked guilt in denial.
Here's a set of photos showing Muhammed al Durrah's last moments of life while he was being killed by the Israeli army while his father pleaded with them not to kill him:


And here's a shot from Jihad Masharawi's last moments with his son who was killed by the Israeli army:

According to Gert in the comments to my earlier post on Harry's Place trying to blame Hamas for the killing of the eleven month old, their source, Elder of Ziyon, is a West Bank settler. Just the kind of source you'd expect the so-called two states solution advocates at HP to run with.

At the time of writing the Harry's Place site is still down.  According to the twittersphere it's a distributed denial of service (DDOS) attack.  I think Harry's Place sinks so low so often it's better to have people see what they post and the kind of comments their followers submit.  But, hey, that's just me.

Anyway, many thanks to Poster 123 at Media Lens for showing that the killing of a child and the state of denial of the killing of that child doesn't represent some new low for Israel and its supporters.  They're always morally in the gutter.

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