Photo of the Day
Posted: September 18, 2009 Filed under: Israeli Apartheid | Tags: Palestine
by Haitham Sabbah
Published: Sep. 17, 2009 – Palestine Think Tank
As they say, a picture is worth more than a thousand words.
The attached photo is from the slideshow entitled “Fervent Believers” which accompanies this New York Times article:
Resolve of West Bank Settlers May Have Limits
The photo captions reads:
A settler tosses wine at a Palestinian woman on Shuhada Street in Hebron. The approach of some settlers towards neighboring Palestinians, especially around Nablus in the north and Hebron in the south, has often been one of contempt and violence. Photo: Rina Castelnuovo for The New York Times
This is another example of the Racism in the Apartheid State of Zionist Jews.
Just imagine someone doing similar thing to a Jew somewhere around the world. What would Israel do?
If the Jews have the “right” to do all of this and more, why don’t we practice the same “rights”? Simply because we are not ZIONIST-JEWS.
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