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Jul 17, 2010

So, Israel was in the wrong ?

So, Israel was in the wrong ?

Posted: May 2010 .

Israel Navy raid on aid flotilla (#1). Right or wrong?

Israel says that the organizers of the Gaza aid flotilla have connections to international terrorist organizations such as Hamas and Al-Qaida, and called the aid convoy a violent and provocative attempt to break the blockade on Gaza. Israel says it found weapons aboard the Gaza flotilla, which were used against IDF troops. The Turkish agency that organized the Turkish ships carrying aid to Gaza, International Humanitarian Relief, or IHH,denied activists onboard attacked Israeli soldiers and says "The ships went through several customs. No one on board was armed," "Israel broke all international laws," said Abdurahman Dilipak, a Turkish intellectual speaking at the press conference on behalf of several NGOs. What do you think?

Yes, it's illegal, I do not support it
No, it's not illegal, I support it
I Don't Know
Israel was in the right
Israel was in the wrong

Israelis see Obama as pro-Palestinian: poll

JERUSALEM - Forty-six percent of Israelis believe US President Barack Obama is more pro-Palestinian than pro-Israeli, according to an opinion poll published by the English-language Jerusalem Post on Friday.

Only 10 percent of the 515 Jewish Israelis interviewed thought Obama was more pro-Israel, 34 percent said he was neutral and 10 percent did not express an opinion.

The poll suggests the July 6 White House meeting between Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and Obama did not significantly change Israelis' perceptions of the US president.

A similar survey in March showed that 48 percent thought Obama was more pro-Palestinian and nine percent thought he was more pro-Israeli.

The poll was taken between Monday and Wednesday and has a 4.4 percentage point margin of error.

July 11, 2010

Malaysia Will Request UN General Assembly To Seek ICJ Opinion On Freedom Flotilla Attack

KUALA LUMPUR, July 11 (Bernama) -- Malaysia would request the United Nations (UN) General Assembly to seek an advisory opinion from the International Court of Justice (ICJ) concerning Israel's attack on the Freedom Flotilla, said Deputy Prime Minister Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin.

"Malaysia will also demand Israel to immediately lift the blockade on Gaza, consistent with United Nations Security Council Resolution 1860," he said when closing the international conference, "Breaking The Siege: In the Spirit of Rachel Corrie and Mavi Marmara", at the Putra World Trade Centre, here, Sunday.

He said these were among the proposals Malaysia would make for adoption through the Emergency Special Session of the UN General Assembly.

He said Malaysia would strongly urge UN members to reconvene the 10th Emergency Special Session of the UN General Assembly to deliberate on the issue, if the calls by the international community for the UN Security Council to initiate an impartial and transparent investigation conforming to international standards on the Israeli attack on the innocent civilians remained unheeded.

Muhyiddin said Malaysia was also in the process of consulting other members of the UN, especially members of the Organisation of Islamic Conference (OIC) and the Non-Aligned Movement (NAM) to support Malaysia's initiative to call for the Emergency Special Session of the UN General Assembly.

"Our main concern is, should the inhumane blockade on Gaza since June 2007 is not fully lifted, there will be the real danger of a humanitarian crisis of an alarming proportion developing and putting at risk thousands of human lives in Gaza," he said.

Muhyiddin said the Muslim ummah (community) must strengthen its unwavering solidarity with the Palestinians and act together to end the atrocities in Palestine.

"It is the religious duty of all Muslims to reject all forms of oppression and injustice meted out on mankind. What is more, the victims of these oppression and injustices are fellow Muslims.

"It is narrated in a 'hadith' that a Muslim who keeps mum and does nothing to fight against injustices committed before his own eyes is very weak in his faith," he said.

Muhyiddin said the flame of hope for a free Gaza and free Palestine must not fade away, or else, the Palestinians and their plight would once again be forgotten.


1 comment:

Red Squirrel said...

The so-called UN speak only for Muslim interests.Israel has EVERY right to defend herself against these 'Palestinians'(who in my opinion should really be living in Jordan or other neighbouring states!)You made the desert bloom,it is your Ancestral land,and it belongs to you!

G-d Bless you,your family,and Israel!