Tuesday, January 8, 2013

Battle Continues: Weapons of Moment Being Lies From PA

Nadene Goldfoot
Just as wild as the Arabian Nights Tales but far more dangerous are the lies coming out of PA TV News.  PA (Fatah) mayor Mustafa Fuqaha said that the Israeli army targets children and young ones on purpose by leaving behind explosives shaped like pens and toys to get children to pick them up.  On December 29, 2012 the PA broadcast that Israel drops objects from jet planes that attract children to play with them and then they blow up.  These are bombs and mines designed as toys.  One thing Arabs are not lacking in is imagination for their propaganda, and this is indeed wild.  Needless to say, Israel doesn't do such things.

This to be said about the country that Haim Ginott (August 5, 1922-November 1973) , child psychologist and  physician psychotherapist,  was born in Pinsk, Poland and later moved to  Tel Aviv  is atrocious.  Haim wrote "Between Parent and Child, " a book still used today in the United States by parents. This psychologist who loved children was a survivor of death camps.   He was a school teacher in Israel in 1947 and then went to Columbia University in the USA, earning his PhD in 1952 in clinical psychology and died in New York.  The truth is that Israelis are very much aware of children and care for them.  They have been critical of the Hamas terrorists in Gaza for placing their weapons among densely populated neighborhoods, putting their children and women at risk.

Since 2001  such lies were being told about Israelis.  The PA daily claimed that Israel had taken a new step to kill more children by throwing large quantities of poisoned candies in front of 2 schools.  The newspaper went on to say that a medic collected 10 pieces of unwrapped candies and he felt the rubber glove he was wearing melt as well as having breathing problems, strong headache and dizziness.

On March 3, 2003 the PA TV told the same story they told in 2001 in the newspaper by announcing  that in a new step aimed to kill more children, Israel threw large quantities of poisoned candies in front of 2 schools, etc.  The people from which the 10 Commandments came out of would not do such a vile act.

As Golda Meier said, "peace will come when the Arabs will love their children more than they hate us."  Instead of working on teaching their children that Jews are people and working towards peace, they spread these lies among their citizens.  They are totally committed to reap hatred for Jews among all the nations with their blatant lies.

As for weaponry of Israel, Golda also said, "We have always said that in our war with the Arabs we had a secret weapon — no alternative. The Egyptians could run to Egypt, the Syrians into Syria. The only place we could run was into the sea, and before we did that we might as well fight"  Israelis don't fight children, and do not give  poisoned candies  to their worst enemies.

Maybe the Fatah members should remember what another Israeli said.  Keren Ann, a musician in Israel was quoted as saying : "When you record, you live with what you recorded for many many years, but when you play it's just an hour and a half and then once it's over it's over."  Airing such lies on TV is nasty propaganda and is obvious that it is a lie.  It makes you look like a sap for spreading such lies, which, by the way, is breaking one of the 10 Commandments.  What people won't forget  is that Palestinians  spread lies. After all, those lies are recorded now.

Reference:  http://www.palwatch.org/main.aspx?fi=157&doc_id=8331

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