From Gaza, with Love

Saturday, July 01, 2006

I AM Ok

Dear all
iam a representitive of a just and noble cause , nothing whatever will frighten me , my fellow freinds are those who are resisting all kinds of injustice worlwide , including Palestine i stongly beleive in what che Givara said ;
when you are shaking with anger,seeing injustice imposed on some body ,far away,then you are a comrade and a real human,(plz some body help me to get the right phrase)
what happened to the jews and others during the ww2 , is shameful crime against humanity
it is awful and realy backward, to judge people according their , colour , race, religion...we shall all work together for a brighter future for all the children of the world.
in soliarity
mona Elfarra


please make sure iam ok ,i just go into phases,but will never surrunder to despair.

37 Comments:

  • Dear Doctor Mona Farrah,

    I have received your messages by these being forwarded. Today I take pleasure in writing this to you on your blog to show my unconditional solidarity with the people of Gaza and West Bank who are all heroic like you are. You are a brave spokesperson for the silent ones, many dying because of the oppression of this so-called 'civilised' state supported by the West. Keep your chin up!With you always, Zarina from Birmingham, UK

    By Anonymous zee's voice, at 7/01/2006 5:52 PM  

  • Dr. Mona Farrah,

    I cannot express my worry and concern for your (and all Palestinians) safety. I wanted to tell you that you and all of Palestine are in my prayers and thoughts everyday. I worry about the hospitals and people getting the physical care they need in order to carry on mentally. If there is ANYTHING I can do from here, please let me know (you can email me at Jamerz627@hotmail.com). I’ve emailed you before, and feel compelled to reach out to you. To tell you what an inspiration you are. I feel encouraged to help Palestine now more than ever!

    In love and complete solidarity,

    Jamie.

    By Anonymous Jaimie, at 7/01/2006 8:04 PM  

  • I come from a people that lost and were put in schools where they were abused they inturn abused others, the Jews were abused now they abuse others.

    Live your life that the fear of death can never enter your heart
    Trouble no one about his religion...Respect others in their views and demand that they Respect yours...
    Love your Life, Perfect your Life...
    Beautify All things in your Life...
    Seek to make your life long and of service to your people...
    Prepare a noble death song for the day When you go over the great divide..
    Always give a word or sign of salute when meeting
    or passing a friend, or even a stranger, if in a lonely place
    Show respect to all people, but grovel to no one...
    When you rise in the morning, give thanks for the light,
    for your Life, for your Strength
    Give Thanks for your Food and for the joy of Living...
    If you see no reason to give thanks...
    The Fault Lies in........Yourself.
    Tecumseh

    By Anonymous neutralsam, at 7/01/2006 9:04 PM  

  • I'm with you Mona - ALL your friends here are with you - there are MANY!! Stay strong ... you're doing a FANTASTIC JOB!!!
    I don't know the right phrase but understand the content - and wholeheartedly agree!!

    By Blogger I love Munich, at 7/01/2006 9:32 PM  

  • Did this happen?
    June 28, 2006
    Two Palestinians were killed and another seven, including a baby, wounded when a grenade accidentally exploded in the southern Gaza Strip. Family members were playing with a grenade in the town of Khan Yunis when it exploded, killing 23-year-old Qassem Massud and his one-year-old niece, medical and security sources said Wednesday. All the casualties were members of the same family. ...-

    If it did what happened?

    By Anonymous neutralsam, at 7/01/2006 11:50 PM  

  • Know this, Dr. Mona, that many many people see what is happening to Gaza and are outraged. You are in our thoughts and prayers.

    Those reading this blog can donate money to Dr. Mona through the Middle East Childen's Alliance

    By Blogger Abu Shaar, at 7/02/2006 12:13 AM  

  • God, I admire you. You have a very big heart, one from which I can surely learn.

    In solidarity.

    By Blogger freespeechlover, at 7/02/2006 1:12 AM  

  • You are in the thoughts of many who hope for your safety, and for an end to this sad time in the history of your people and the world.

    By Blogger jarvenpa, at 7/02/2006 3:51 AM  

  • Tell your friends and watch the, People and the Land, films smuggled out of the Occupied West Bank and Gaza Strip.

    Awards for People and the Land
    Silver Screen Award, U.S. International Film Festival
    Chris Award, Columbus International Film Festival

    The Iron Wall is another very good study.

    Peace and be safe

    God is watching and some people aren't listening.
    http://www.informationclearinghouse.info/people_and_the_land_video.htm

    They'll try and stop it but if we keep the pressure up we'll win.

    By Anonymous neutralsam, at 7/02/2006 4:01 AM  

  • I can't bear to read your blog, but I can't wait to read it either. My heart drops every day when I sign on to see that Gaza is worse and worse.

    Our thoughts are with you, you brave Palestinians. We will not forget you.

    Women in Black Los Angeles

    By Anonymous Greta, at 7/02/2006 6:08 AM  

  • Hello Dr. Mona Farrah,

    You and your Countrymen's needless harrassment by the Israli's has not gone unnoticed by the common American. We all know to well how the Israli's have oppressed and suppressed the Palastinians without just cause for decades. The problem is that the American Jews control our mass media here in the US and they suppress the truth. In addition, our Congress and President are whores to the American & Israli political lobby which shells out vast amounts of money to our corrupt politician's to support Israil's oppression of you and your people. I have and will continue to pray for you and for my fellow Americans that we wake up and shake up our corrupt Congress to force Israil as well as our idiot President to work toward peace. Hang in there.

    By Blogger Truth-be-known, at 7/02/2006 8:10 AM  

  • Well Mona I now feel that I'm starting to make some headway, threats are starting to come. Warnings about my postings and the Boycott the Unions and Labour movements here have started here in Canada, So I now include the reports from the accompaniers, John Ruessman, USA
    tells it best for them to understand so more are.
    we shall over come

    LOL cowards

    By Anonymous neutralsam, at 7/02/2006 8:58 AM  

  • Hello Mona,
    Thank you for contining to write amid this latest mess. I admire your strength and your courage.

    As I kiss my son goodnight and see him to his warm bed and safety, I do so with deepest grattitude, knowing full well, the tenuous luxury of the security and peace I am surrounded by.

    You help to make me proud I am a woman and remind me of my duty to all women around me, and around the world.

    I can only write that you are in my heart and my songs and my prayers...and you, your struggle, and your strength, will remain in my memory forever.

    What a way to help change the world!
    Thank you.


    Alastronia in Australia.

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 7/02/2006 9:40 AM  

  • here i am, checking if you are allright..!
    i hope you are ok!
    everyday i hear from my friends and family from gaza that things are not very well in there!
    i would like to wish you all the best!
    please keep it up! and try to continue !

    greetings,
    Asad al nimr.

    http://almanarasquare.blogspot.com
    or
    http://almanarasquare.com
    http://ramalla.org

    By Blogger Asad Ramallah, at 7/02/2006 2:27 PM  

  • Don't know if this is the one you were thinking of but it might be.
    If you tremble indignation at every injustice then you are a comrade of mine. - Ernesto Che Guevara

    By Blogger semloh, at 7/02/2006 5:07 PM  

  • querida mona
    perdona que no te escriba en inglés..es demasiado malo.soy española y quiero que sepas que rechazo totalmente la opresion que sufris de los judios.en españa esta habiendo manifestaciones en favor del pueblo palestino y vuestra causa, es la nuestra

    mi total admiración por el trabajo que realizas y mi solidaridad
    y te mando mucha fuerza y amor,
    ross from spain

    By Anonymous ross, at 7/02/2006 5:20 PM  

  • Dear Mona,
    Our hearts are with you and with all Palestinians, especially in Gaza. We admire your courage, please don't give up. You are an example to us.
    a message from France

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 7/02/2006 7:53 PM  

  • Hang on, Mona. It's only going to get worse, since your leaders refuse to return the soldier. I pray that you will not have to suffer the humiliation of the panties on the head on top of everything else . . .

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 7/02/2006 8:08 PM  

  • Good news as I surf the news.

    The US Government set to discuss provision of electricity to Gaza

    In the wake of international pressure, the government was to vote Sunday on a plan to supply electricity from Israel to the Gaza Strip, in order to resume the power supply, which was halted following an Israel Air Force strike on a major Palestinian power station there.

    If approved, the Israel Electric Corporation will erect special electrical lines stretching from Israel into Gaza.

    Government sources said that Israel had been forced to provide power to Gaza through the Electric Corporation due to American and British pressure. Nevertheless, the move requires special government approval so that work can begin immediately.

    Keep us up dated as to their work in this project.

    peace

    By Anonymous neutralsam, at 7/02/2006 10:26 PM  

  • Perhaps time for a corrective? The Israeli attacks will cease at precisely the same moment as Hamas gives up Gilad Shalit. Hamas knew very well that Israel will move heaven and earth to recover its soldiers -- that, no doubt, is why they captured him, to provoke exactly the kind of response they got.

    It was not terrorism: it was an act of war. Acts of war demand retaliation. Hamas knew exactly what it was doing. So does Israel.

    By Anonymous Rob, at 7/03/2006 2:55 AM  

  • Mona,

    Your words are heartfelt and powerful. I read them -- and I know that you speak from conviction for you, and more importantly, your children.

    But you continue to baffle me with your twisted logic, and are supported by others on here - the vast majority of whom are obviously dedicated to Israel's destruction.

    Your government knows how to make this stop. They know all too well. Give the soldier back. It's really not that difficult. Yet you, and countless others, revel in the PR opportunity this has created to blast the "occupation" response. A response that your government CLEARLY had intended when your Damascus-based boss made the call. And now here it is that YOU and YOUR CHILDREN pay the price. It's just not right. At all.

    Israel wants peace. Your people have been offered peace countless times. When you're alone today, ask yourself what it would take to stop this nonsense. Ask yourself how you would react if YOU were part of the Jewish State living as a Jew.

    "If you take one step toward Allah, Allah will take two steps toward you..." I believe you would find that true of your Israeli neighbors as well.

    -Colin

    By Blogger Colin, at 7/03/2006 4:44 AM  

  • I wonder how long the US will keep supporting Israel when they do nothing but cost the US Taxpayer billions in aid, plus the higher insurence rates they pay as the insurence companies go broke from the Isralei bombing of palestinian infrastructure?

    BOYCOTT ISRAEL

    until they move back to the 1967 borders and stop all aggression against Arabs

    By Anonymous neutralsam, at 7/03/2006 5:51 AM  

  • But you continue to baffle me with your twisted logic, and are supported by others on here - the vast majority of whom are obviously dedicated to Israel's destruction. Rob

    If you believe that your a very sorry excuse for a person

    By Anonymous neutralsam, at 7/03/2006 5:54 AM  

  • Neutralsam said:

    "BOYCOTT ISRAEL until they move back to the 1967 borders and stop all aggression against Arabs"

    ----------

    Don't you mean 1948 borders? Or maybe you'd prefer the Jews moving back to Europe? Wow you baffle me. Four wars, and countless terror acts against Jewish innocents, and you're still convinced that the Israelis are the aggressors. Get your head out of your behind and take a look around.

    The truth is -- Arabs have never wanted peace that included a Jewish State. Actually, a better way to say that is that Arabs have never wanted peace with Jews.

    Gaza, and 98% of Judea and Samaria was already offered once. Not even a counter-offer from your peace-loving patrons, Sam. That's because a Jew living between the Med and the Jordan River is an affront to the honor of Arabs. Until they figure out how to save face AND develop a country of their own -- there will be a lot more blood I'm afraid. And honorable people like Doctor Farrah and her children are left to pay the price.

    Israel left Gaza of its own volition because it's moral enough to know that you cannot govern another people endlessly. Israel held hopes that Gaza would develop itself and thus build momentum towards peace. Its worst fear was that Gaza would instead turn into a bastion of terror, and a network of militant activity designed to wreak havoc on sovereign Israeli territory. The terror has increased exponentially. Palestinian people have an obligation to realize their dreams -- but NOT at the expense of Israelis. So far, they have failed miserably.

    Give back the soldier. Recognize and respect your neighbors.

    -Colin

    By Blogger Colin, at 7/03/2006 6:49 AM  

  • Allah maki //Imaan

    By Blogger Imaan, at 7/03/2006 12:42 PM  

  • Hello Mona. I am a Palestinian that lives in Spain. I see with fright and coverall impotence the criminal siege Gaza. I do not want nor to imagine the suffering that these having. Spirits heroes of silence. We are with you.

    By Anonymous Nidal, at 7/03/2006 3:43 PM  

  • Yes Collin but hom much terror has Israel inflicked on Palestinians?

    It's Israel that refuse to adbide by the UN resalutiions.

    You don't even want to go around the JDL, so people in glass houses should throw stones.

    From the people that I've met their are some jews that want peace with their brothers but then there's the Zionists. Next time they decide to spit on one of my brother At work in the World Council of Churces (EAPPI)

    We'll make sure the Jewish state pays the Same as South Africa did.

    Why do let a bunch of purely hatefilled people move into palestinian areas with at least 3 soldiers for every Jew to proyect. I've met some of these people, they belong with their father Hitler in Hell. You wanna come out in public and explain why you allow these people in your land?

    By Anonymous neutralsam, at 7/03/2006 4:24 PM  

  • I wonder if time could be turned back to that fateful moment at Camp David when Ehud Barak offered Arafat 98% of the territorial concessions he sought - would the majority of the Palestinian populus have accepted it? What a loss for everyone. Arafat's legacy is stamped with that final dramatic failure.

    Dr. Farrah, I wish you and your family health through this trying time. May our mutual G-d protect you, and grant our leaders the wisdom to know when to embrace their brothers as equals.

    To those who would listen: Give back the soldier. Recognize and respect your sovereign neighbor Israel. Peace awaits us all.

    -Colin

    By Blogger Colin, at 7/03/2006 5:59 PM  

  • Hundreds of protesters gathered outside the Israeli prime minister's home on Saturday night to denounce the government as war criminals and demand an end to the Gaza invasion.

    Demonstrators stood outside Ehud Olmert's official residence in Jerusalem holding banners that read, "Stop, war crimes ahead," and "Swap hostages now!"

    Seems like the people if Israel want the government charged withwar crimes.

    Moved back to the 1967 borders and stay out of the politics of the palestinians. If they want people to come back then your government has nothing to say about it.
    Thats how good neighbours act

    By Anonymous neutralsam, at 7/03/2006 7:01 PM  

  • Comrade Doctor,

    Thank you from the heart for your courageous reports from occupied Gaza.

    The shameful silence of the international media over the illegal and criminal actions of the Israeli government, its military, its agents, and its supporters in the USA, is hopefully beginning to crack. The sheer magnitude of the crimes committed, and the availability of electronic media in the hands of ordinary people, is ensuring that the truth is emerging. Sadly, this alone will not translate into political action to stop these horrors - that is the challenge of our generation. I hope we can rise to it.

    May the people of Palestine be free and independent one day soon, and may you and your family stay safe and healthy at this difficult time.

    With the greatest admiration,
    An international comrade.

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 7/03/2006 10:00 PM  

  • Hope you continue to be OK Mona. I wish there was more I could do than worry from a distance and send emails to American newspapers and blogs asking them why, when the rest of the world sees Israel's behaviour as front page news, they hardly mention it at all. And when they do, it's always 'Gaza erupts' or something similar, which either implicitly lays the blame at Palestinian feet or neutralises the affair, so that it seems inevitable, like the weather, with no-one responsible for anything at all.

    Even 'liberal' media outlets are too scared to tell the truth. I wonder why. My suggestion to a few of them that they add your name to their blogroll, in the interests of direct, on the ground information, met with stony silence, and most comments I have made have disappeared overnight. The home of the brave, eh?

    Ignore the Zionist trolls, they are everywhere, even here in Australia, and while relentless and longwinded, they have no acceptable argument in the end, so rely mainly on abuse and pathetic legerdemain. It's like trying to talk sense to apartheid era South Africans, or spoiled children taught no manners.

    I have some sympathy for the rabid Zionists; I can see where their pathologies come from and why, under US protection, they remain so strong, but though you might understand the criminal's motives you can never justify the crime. It's a sad irony that so may Jews are unable to hear the echoes of their own people's subjugation in the terror aimed at Palestinians in general and Gazans in particular right now.

    Stay well.

    By Blogger Glenn Condell, at 7/04/2006 4:29 AM  

  • I'm really worried by all the Palestinians .... but please ..... don't use the "Che Guevara" phrases or styles ....

    He was a bad man, who use war, guns and kill innocent people in Bolivia to support his own ideas, without thinking in democracy or human rights ....

    He is not of helping your situation ..... indeed, is a bad signal ..... he was a KILLER! and he threaten communitties in the same way as Israel is doing with you .....

    Injustice not need to be solved with more injustices!!

    By Anonymous Christian, at 7/04/2006 12:08 PM  

  • Glen Condell, you stupid slut, think about it: Jews in Europe NEVER murdered, kidnapped, raped, bombed, slaughtered, beheaded any European citizens, did they? Instead, Jews were law-abiding, productive citizens who were also loyal patriots of whichever country they lived in, and yet Europeans turned on them just as soon as the Nazis came into power. Jews did not deserve persecution or genocide.

    Contrast that to the current day Palis, who will even murder the very people who try to help them! (Call to mind the Pali woman who was treated for months by Israeli doctors and nurses, and decided to show her thanks by returning to the hospital with a bomb strapped to her body.) Palis are either murderous terrorists, or terrorist supporters. THAT is why they must remain behind the security wall. And yet, despite all they do to us, we STILL keep trying to make peace with them.

    So quit shilling for the Palis and give up the comparison between Nazis and Jews; you only sound like the Jew-hating fool that you are. If we were really Nazi-like in our approach to the Pali problem, WE WOULDN'T HAVE A PALI PROBLEM!

    As for you Mona, you ought to be afraid, but not of this government. This government is weak and it will tread carefully, so as not to kill any of you. But the Israelis are losing their taste for the soft approach, and it is entirely likely that a new, hardline government will come into power within the year. Then you'll see what war really is.

    By Anonymous truthspeaker, at 7/04/2006 9:36 PM  

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    Palestinian rocket hits school; Olmert calls it 'major escalation'


    GAZA CITY (CNN) -- An Israeli airstrike hit the building housing the Palestinian government's Interior Ministry early Wednesday, the Israel Defense Forces and Palestinian sources told CNN.

    Because of the timing of the attack, the building was believed to be empty, but no details were immediately available.

    The Israelis have kept steady pressure on Palestinian militants as they try to free captured Israeli Cpl. Gilad Shalit, 19. Three Palestinian organizations have said they are jointly holding him.

    The Israeli military has been launching nightly airstrikes. Early Sunday, an Israeli helicopter gunship fired a missile at the empty building housing the offices of Palestinian Prime Minister Ismail Haniya in western Gaza City, leaving the structure ablaze.

    Haniya on Tuesday called on the militants holding Shalit to not kill him and urged them to keep talking with mediators.

    Also Tuesday, a Palestinian rocket with a longer-than-normal range hit an empty school in the Israeli coastal city of Ashkelon. Israel's prime minister called the attack "a major escalation."

    The Qassam rocket,fired from northern Gaza, hit a school building that was left empty at the end of the day. It was the first time a Palestinian rocket has reached the center of the city, which is just north of Gaza.

    No injuries were reported, the Israel Defense Forces said. But Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Olmert called the attack a "major escalation ... in the war of terror that Hamas, which rules the Palestinian Authority, is responsible for."

    "This vicious act aiming to hurt the citizens of Israel will have far-reaching consequences, and Hamas would be the first to suffer from them," he said during a Fourth of July reception at the U.S. Embassy in Tel Aviv.

    The military wing of Hamas claimed responsibility for the attack.

    Israeli media reports said the rocket had traveled deeper into Israel than any has before.

    Military sources said the homemade rocket normally has a range of about 10 kilometers (6.2 miles). In a statement, Hamas' military wing said it has developed an upgraded version that can travel about 15 kilometers (9.3 miles).

    Deadline passes

    Haniya's remarks came after a deadline set by Palestinian militant groups passed early Tuesday with no significant change apparent in the uneasy standoff.

    "Since the first moment this issue has come up, the Palestinian government has called and still calls for the necessity of keeping the Israeli soldier alive and to treat him well," Haniya said.

    "The government is making efforts with Palestinian, Arab and regional sides in order to put an end to this issue in the most appropriate way."

    Shalit was kidnapped on June 25 in southern Israel. Three militant organizations -- the military wing of Hamas, the Popular Resistance Committees and the Army of Islam -- claimed responsibility.

    They demanded that Israel start releasing Palestinian prisoners by 6 a.m. Tuesday (11 p.m. ET Monday). But the militants' statement did not spell out what the consequences would be if Israel did not act.

    The Israeli government has refused to release Palestinian prisoners in exchange for Shalit.

    "We will not hold any negotiations over release of prisoners. The Palestinian Authority carries full responsibility for the safety of Gilad Shalit and his safe turn back to Israel," said a statement from Olmert's office.

    The Army of Islam said Tuesday that the case of the Israeli soldier is closed, and it will not hand out any more information on him.

    The Israeli newspaper Haaretz reported that the militant groups had ended their participation in mediation talks.

    "The militant groups withdrew their representative from the talks with the Egyptian mediators," Hamas spokesman Osama al-Muzaini told the newspaper.

    "They [the militant factions] may kill him, take him to another country or may hide him. All options are open."

    Forces enter northern Gaza

    Israeli armor and engineering forces moved inside northern Gaza near the Erez border crossing on Tuesday afternoon.

    Backed by armored personnel carriers, tanks and bulldozers, troops crossed to the Palestinian side of the border around midday to uncover tunnels dug by militants and explosive devices planted in the area, an Israeli army spokeswoman said.

    The Erez terminal between Israel and Gaza was sealed off due to a security alert on a planned attack in the area by Palestinian militants, the army said.

    Late Monday, Israel launched airstrikes near the northern town of Beit Hanoun and inside Gaza City.

    The attack near Beit Hanoun killed at least one person and wounded three others, Palestinian security sources said.

    A second strike hit near Gaza City's Islamic University and the Palestinian foreign ministry.

    Another airstrike took aim at a militant cell early Tuesday. The Israeli military said Palestinians were planting explosive devices near a border fence in northern Gaza.

    Arrests in settler's killing

    In the West Bank, Israeli Defense Forces on Tuesday arrested three suspects in the death of Israeli settler Eliyahu Asheri, 18, who was abducted within hours of Shalit's disappearance, an IDF representative said.

    Asheri's body was found Thursday near Ramallah.

    The suspects were arrested after Israeli forces surrounded a West Bank police station following a tip the three men were inside. After a standoff that lasted hours, the suspects surrendered without incident.

    In information posted on a radical Web site, Asheri's captors, the militant faction known as the Popular Resistance Committees, said the teen was killed "as a response to the targeting and killing of our leaders."

    Asheri lived in the Itamar settlement near the West Bank town of Nablus.

     
     

     
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    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 7/05/2006 3:26 AM  

  • truthseeker

    another gutless wonder from an apparently inexhaustable supply. You know my name, how about telling us yours? Just seeking the truth about you, is all.

    'If we were really Nazi-like in our approach to the Pali problem, WE WOULDN'T HAVE A PALI PROBLEM!'

    If you think like that, you are already a Nazi. Do we assume from your comment that you approve of Nazi behaviour toward the Jews? If you do not, but admire their methods anyway, you are as racist as they were, with far less excuse, under the circmstances.

    'As for you Mona, you ought to be afraid, (snip) the Israelis are losing their taste for the soft approach, and it is entirely likely that a new, hardline government will come into power within the year. Then you'll see what war really is.'

    What a charmer you are. Are you all like that? If so it's no wonder your neighbours want to push you into the sea. One day an American Presidnet will wake up and decide it's time to stop the dollars and the arms flowing your way, and then we will see how your swagger holds up.

    I have broken my rule, the one I recommended to Mona, not to engage with racist trolls. Never again!

    By Blogger Glenn Condell, at 7/05/2006 12:49 PM  

  • "If you think like that, you are already a Nazi. Do we assume from your comment that you approve of Nazi behaviour toward the Jews? If you do not, but admire their methods anyway, you are as racist as they were, with far less excuse, under the circmstances.

    Um, what?? This is completely irrational. There is nothing in my comment that even REMOTELY suggests that I admire Nazi methods. Boy, you really are an idiot. My point, dense boy, is that accusations that Israelis are "Nazis" is completely and utterly BASELESS. IF (do you know what the word "if" means?) we were like Nazis, then we would have no Pali problems, because 6 million Palis would be dead. GET IT??

    As for being a charmer -- do you find yourself charming, after the idiotic accusations you have made against an entire group of people, comparing them to the monsters who burned, raped, slaughtered them?

    I am sick of Pali bloggers like Mona who whine and fuss so melodramatically, AS IF we had no reason whatsoever to strike at them.

    Since you seem to have a history knowledge deficit, let me inform you that Israelis have never burned, slaughtered, raped, or looted Palestinian people, nor have we declared to the world that they must be exterminated.

    The wildly irrational and unconscionable comments you have made brand you as a Jew hater. I think we know who among us admires the Nazis and their methods, don't we? And it ain't me.

    By Anonymous truthspeaker, at 7/05/2006 9:41 PM  

  • i wish hamas would give the soldier back....i would even consider voting for a government that isn't terrorist...

    from Dr. Mona, with love

    By Anonymous mona, at 7/07/2006 2:27 AM  

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