Israel Lifts Gag Order on Capture of 2 Israelis – an Ethiopian
and a Bedouin Israeli
had placed on news of the capture, by Hamas, of Averu Mengistu, an Israeli Ethiopian. What is the Difference Between Gilad Shalit and Avera Mengistu? One is White the other is Black
Silverstein had broken the story I wrote:
TIME FOR ZIONISTS TO EAT HUMBLE PIE
Q. Why won’t Hamas announce they captured an Israeli?
A. B/c it isn’t true
Q. Does Israel leave only alleged ‘blacks’ captives?
A. Elhanan Tannenbaum, a white Ashkenazi was Hezbollah captive for over 3
Harvela If his lips moved he’s lying . Much like you Greenstein
KilkulOlam This gag order can be just another dilution of Silverstein. He has no proof
this actually exist. He just says so. This whole article is full of anti-Israel propaganda in the usual
Silverstien tradition. If he truly believes in what he writes about
Let us hope that KilkulOlam has the honesty to admit he was comprehensively
wrong and apologise.
Harvey Garfield, being a friend of every anti-Jewish fascist, has long ago
shed every ounce of moral decency, including the ability to discern the truth.
See The Times of Israel 9.7.15. Hamas holding two Israelis hostage in Gaza for months
Of course the Israel right or wrong trolls
won’t apologise, not least the fascists’ friend Harvey Garfield, but it shows
them, once again, to be the liars they are.
the gag order, after an application by Ha’aretz, (whose own role in this affair
has been atrocious) it appears that there is a second Israeli captive. He is an Israeli Bedouin i.e. an Arab god
forbid and clearly doesn’t count as a genuine citizen of Israel. We cannot expect any efforts on the Israeli government’s
behalf to get him released. I mean, he’s
not even Jewish!
utter bankruptcy and cowardice of Wikipedia which REMOVED an article on the capture of two Israelis by Hamas, because
of the determination of Israeli Wikipedia to preserve their government’s
Let us hope that Wikipedia takes a hard
look at its role in this affair and ceases bowing to Israeli censorship,
including the rewriting and ‘editing’ of articles on Palestine.