Too right. No matter how hard I look I just can't seem to regard an "aid flotilla" as anything other than an attempt to breach an understandable blockade on Gaza. Mind you I do have issues with what should be contraband and what should not.
Too right. No matter how hard I look I just can't seem to regard an "aid flotilla" as anything other than an attempt to breach an illegal blockade on Gaza. Mind you I do have issues with what should be contraband and what should not.
I stand corrected, blown away by the soundly convincing nature of your piercing and erudite arguments, with my own reduced to a heap of smouldering ashes before me!
Had I known that simply making fun of someone's name made rational debate redundant, I could have saved myself many hours of thought and careful analysis on this site
re: the last comment. How long have the Arabs been occupying Palestine now? 1300 years is it?
Fascinating the way "law" is introduced when convenient. Can "international waters" be long delayed ? Of course we must not mention the reason for that blockade, (but I will anyway), for it is the bombardment of Israeli towns, villages and citizens.
While in Gaza will she be required to wear a Hijab, and escorted by a male relative? Hamas obliges all Gazan women to wear a head covering, and remain silent in the presence of men they are not related to. Women also forbidden to smoke in public, ride motorbikes. As is seen in other countries with Sharia law, the morality police can rape women they find non-compliant and blame it on the woman. Are SF endorsing these policies?
Last edited by bkeith; 4th January 2011 at 11:13 PM.
Whats she doing going to gaza her daddy was great for flotillas to Kerry.
Now now Ind just when you were behaving. Do you want us to highlight to all the girls and boys your record on trying to attack SF with made up stories and lies? I'm not sure they will wantto play with you if we do
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