Videos: Following Gaza’s Ceasefire, Cleveland Rally Calls For the Destruction of Israel

IPT News

November 26, 2012

Anti-Israel protests and demonstrations were held throughout the United States following the start of the Israel-Gaza conflict earlier this month. On Wednesday November 21st Al-Awda The Palestine Right to Return Coalition’s Cleveland, OH chapter organized a rally in downtown Cleveland calling for the destruction of Israel.

Al-Awda is a radical Palestinian organization dedicated to advancing the agenda that the Israeli state should not exist. Al-Awda advocates “the rights of all Palestinian refugees to return to their homes and lands of origin, and to full restitution of all their confiscated and destroyed property,” according to the organization’s website. The group’s logo is a picture of the map of Israel and a key. […]

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Hamideh tweeted on Friday: “If you’re not for the Palestinian Refugees Right of Return I have no interest in any “dialogue” with you because it’s useless otherwise.”

Continue at http://www.investigativeproject.org/3822/video-following-gaza-ceasefire-cleveland-rally

Next, they’ll probably be raising money for “tunnel repairs”.

8 comments on “Videos: Following Gaza’s Ceasefire, Cleveland Rally Calls For the Destruction of Israel

  1. clyde says:

    Too bad BiBi has not told Obama and the rest of the world to screw off,he will do what he has to do in order to protect his citizens. For the life of me,I cannot fathom why so many US Jews HATE Israel,and defend the ARABistinians.

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    • bullright says:

      Clyde, yea I don’t know. I cannot understand that either. But I’ll revert to blaming Russia amd Marrxists in general. And heck libs will always find a prominent Israeli to quote to suit their anti-Israel stance too. And they find them.

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  2. bullright says:

    Just what I thought, gots to take out the trash …. again. Someone interpreted this blog for their platform. Not here you ain’t.

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  3. bullright says:

    *** The clock was ticking. — I was being generous. I know, its a lonely world when that happens, but too bad.

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  4. tannngl says:

    The blindness in this worldwide behavior is antisemitism no matter what else the cause.

    i’m reading a book: The Kindergarten of Evil: How the Modern Liberal Thinks.
    I’ll report back when I understand this better. But so far I’ve read ‘Laws of modern Liberalism’:

    1. Indiscriminateness – the total rejection of the intelletual process – is an absolute moral imperative. (Actually, that sounds descriminating).

    2. Indiscriminateness of thought does not lead to indiscriminateness of policies. It leads to siding only and always with the lesser over the better, the wrong over the right, and the evil over the good.

    3. Modern Liberal policies occur in tandem. Each effort on behalf of the lesser is met with an equal and opposite campaign against the better.

    4. The Modern Liberal will ascribe to the better the negative qualities associated with the lesser while concurrently ascribing to the lesser the positive qualities found in the better.

    There are Corollaries too…

    I’ve always viewed it as a mental illness. As an old psych nurse, I know any break from reality is mental illness.

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    • bullright says:

      tannngl, thanks for the comment. Wow, I hadn’t heard of that book, sounds interesting. That really puts it in perspective all right. So the intellectuals, they claim to be, actually don’t stand for it. (rather against it) Is that thought provoking. IF that’s the pattern, no wonder they always pick the wrong option. (consistently) I’m also thinking how often they tell us theirs is the only real option. And policies in tandem. Strong stuff. I hadn’t thought about that. So the method to the madness: well, it sounds like instead of rational reasoning, the reasoning is irrational. Sure sounds like a diagnosis. Heaven knows we see the symptoms all the time. I’d be curious what you find. Its a pretty deep subject for me. Though I do delve into Liberal Madness a lot. I always believed you have to know how they think to a point. Which reminds me there is a lot of attention paid to Rules for Radicals, but I think it falls short of explaining the whole mentality. I know one thing they have a careless regard for truth or good, if not a disdain.

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      • tannngl says:

        Reading this book is difficult. The reasoning is all turned around from what should be normal and the reason is difficult to understand. I will do a post when I’ve finished the book. It seems to fit, what I understand of it so far.
        And Rules for Radicals? I’ve suggested our Tea Party group here read it or at least peruse it. Wouldn’t hurt.

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        • bullright says:

          tannngl, I figured. I don’t know if I could do it but I know it would be slow. I’m not knocking Alinsky’s accomplishment, and importance, but their thought process deserves a close examination/scrutiny like this. If one can follow it.

          ** In fact, a case could be made for Alinsky to be “man of the year”.

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