September 21, 2005


With the British cancellation of holocaust day being joined by an 'Hamas museum', I am beginning to feel as though "the celebration of slaughtering the innocent" is about to gain public recognition.

I myself should make an attempt to ignore what these brainless monkeys are doing! But the fact still remains, that there are a lot of people there who have a personal attachment to the places that are now being turned into what is nothing short of farse.
Give them an inch, and they will take that inch, the mile it lies on, the land it lies on, and spread dirt all over it.

I'm sorry for the negativity, but I am angry.

Synagogue to become Hamas museum

Izz el-Din al-Qassam Brigades, Hamas’ military wing, plans to set up exhibit of the terror group’s ‘military industry’ in synagogue of evacuated settlement of Netzarim. On display: Suicide attack apparatus, missiles stones used to ‘abolish the Gaza occupation’

The destroyed synagogue in the evacuated Gaza settlement of Netzarim is expected to be converted into a temporary Hamas museum in the next few days.

On Saturday members of Izz el-Din al-Qassam Brigades , Hamas’ military wing, plan to set up an exhibit of the terror group’s “military industry” in what used to be a synagogue.

The exhibit is set to be on display for three days, and will be open to the public from 8 a.m. to 11 p.m.

Pullout Aftermath

Hamas leader prays in Gaza synagogue

Hours after thousands of Palestinians desecrated synagogues in Gaza, setting them on fire and taking buildings apart by hand, members of the Palestinian terror group Hamas, headed by senior Hamas chief Mahmoud Zahar, arrived at the synagogue in Kfar Darom and held a Muslim prayer session at the site
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The group said in a statement that “all of the tools used by Izz el-Din al-Qassam Brigades to abolish the Gaza occupation will be on display.”

Hamas promises that visitors will be able to see all of the weapons, “from stones to instruments used in suicide attacks and the ‘tunnel war.’” Missiles and rockets will also be on display, the groups said.

The decision to use the synagogue for the display was not coincidental. Immediately following the IDF’s withdrawal from Gaza senior Hamas members said, “The synagogues are not religious structures, as they were built illegally."

Marching to West Bank settlements

The exhibit is part of Hamas’ show of strength, which is aimed a celebrating the army’s pullout, raising the group’s profile ahead of the upcoming Palestinian elections and warning all those who are considering to disqualify Hamas from participating in the general elections in accordance with Israel’s demand.

Palestinian Authority officials say Hamas is also trying to present itself as an alternative to the Authority with organized political and military branches.

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I don't want you to be more depressed, but did you see this?

Posted by: David Boxenhorn at September 22, 2005 10:28 AM Permalink

Yes I just saw it, actually. Shocking, and at the same time something you'd almost except from the French!

Posted by: Maria at September 22, 2005 11:36 AM Permalink

I must corect your mistake Maria,
Tony Blair did not cancel holocaust day at the end.

He decided not to, he almost did but did not.
Check what you write, so people can not come to you in complaints that you are writing lies.
I say that because I care maria.

Bless bless.

Posted by: Assaf at September 22, 2005 05:14 PM Permalink

Uhm Assaf.. Canceling holocaust isn't exactly like "canceling child support". It's a question of honoring a memory. The fact that the question of canceling it was raised, makes me feel like the British (or those concerned) have dishonored the memory of an event that should never be forgotten.
But thanks for your concern anyway ;)

Posted by: Maria at September 23, 2005 12:20 PM Permalink

It was Tony Blair's government that inaugurated Holocaust Day in the first place. Regardless of the imbecile quacking in the media Blair was never likely to cancel it. Unfortunately Britain, along with everywherelse, has its share of individuals who jump on a "blame the Jews" bandwagon given any chance but to attribute it to "the British" en masse is a little much.

Posted by: Luz the Magpie at October 7, 2005 11:10 PM Permalink