Wednesday, May 20, 2015
Just one of many tales from Apartheid Israel and its despicable butcher of Gaza and his cabinet of ghouls
Netanyahu, the bosom buddy of Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper, has done more to make people from all over the globe hate Israel and by extension even the Jewish diaspora in countries worldwide.
If you thought racism was a thing of the past, think again. It's alive and thriving in Israel and exported from there to the USA police forces and ... God forbid .... probably even into our own Canadian law enforcement body or elsewhere. If the Israelis were contracted to train the US police, you honestly think that Harper, best buddy of apartheid Israel would not use his influence to throw some juicy contracts Israel-wards? Come on!
The latest in Israeli-crimes is the attempt by the ghouls to bring segregation to the transit system whereby non-Jews would have to travel separately. Some claim that this is a needed move because non-Jews might knife the Jewish princes and princesses while they are sitting pretty in the buses with the unclean non-Jews AND ... wait for it ...... to save the Jewish princesses from being "harassed" by non-Jews.
What should never be forgotten, dear folks, is the fact that the leader of Israel made the US Senate bob up and down 27 times like the Israel-tamed lapdogs they have become. One comedian called that shameful event "...the longest blowjob a Jewish man has ever received..."
Does Jon Stewart still have his job? Doesn't he know that criticizing "God's chosen people" spells doom?
Also, keep in mind that out of almost a million Gazan children alive today, 373,000 kids are in dire need of psycho-social first aid because of the butchery inflicted on Gaza by the latest Israeli genocide on the Palestinians.
This is our disgraceful world today in 2015. A world that sits back and watches Israel commit the worst of crimes with full license and complete impunity.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on Wednesday called off a proposed plan to segregate Palestinians from Israelis on West Bank buses, overruling his own defence minister following a flurry of criticism in an attempt to avert the first crisis of his new government.
An official in the prime minister's office said Netanyahu called Defence Minister Moshe Yaalon to tell him he found his proposal "unacceptable" and the two then decided to freeze the plan.
Yaalon had launched the three-month pilot program following repeated complaints from Jewish settlers who ride the buses and say the Palestinian workers constitute a security threat and harass female Jewish riders.
Thousands of Palestinians enter Israel for work each day from the West Bank and often return home in buses alongside Jewish settlers. The Palestinian labourers all have security clearance and special permits, but the proposed change would have forced them to return home through the same checkpoint they entered and prevented them from riding West Bank buses alongside Israelis.
Critics derided the plan as racist and said it would harm Israel's image, which has already been under pressure because of its continued settlement activity in the West Bank. Israel captured the West Bank from Jordan in the 1967 war and Palestinians want it as part of their future state.........
U-turn? Netanyahu suspends Israeli bus ban for Palestinians within hours
sraeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has suspended a ban on Palestinians from the West Bank taking Israeli bus routes to return home, just hours after the plan was approved by his defense minister.
The new regulations restricted Palestinian commuters to using the same crossings for entering and leaving Israel.
“Under a three-month pilot project, Palestinians who work in Israel will, starting Wednesday, need to return home by the same crossings without taking buses used by [Israeli] residents” of the occupied West Bank, an Israeli Defense Ministry official told AFP earlier Wednesday.
Thousands of Palestinians take the bus to go to work in Israel from the occupied West Bank. For the time being, Palestinians could enter Israeli territory through one check point and return via another one.
The new suspended plan includes just four checkpoints – at Eliyahu, Eyal, Hala and Rayhan – separated one from another by considerable distances. The new pending regulations imply that all Palestinian workers should return to their homes every day for security reasons and now cannot stay in Israel for the night. ..........