Saturday, July 15, 2006

When is Terrorism Not Considered as Terrorism

Dar Al Hayat - When is Terrorism Not Considered as Terrorism (Ayoon Wa Azan) :: Jihad el-Khazen

"Palestinian Resistance fighters attacked Israeli occupation soldiers. In the framework of legitimate and rightful resistance, they killed some soldiers and took one captive. Israel said that terrorists had attacked its innocent soldiers.

Likewise, Hezbollah fighters kidnapped two Israeli soldiers and killed some others in a military operation. Israel called the operation an act of terrorism and retaliated by practicing real terrorism against civilians all over Lebanon.

Terrorism is to strike Beirut Airport. Benjamin Netanyahu took part in the 1968 attack. Now, Olmert is repeating the crime. They are all like Ariel Sharon.

Terrorism is to attack the airport and put Beirut and the whole of Lebanon under siege from the sea, in an act of collective punishment that blatantly exposes the Nazism of those who practice it.

Terrorism is to kill 47 Lebanese civilians in a single day.

Terrorism is to kill Nabil Abu Sleema, his wife, and his seven children, aged between 7 and 18; right after Huda Ghalia's family was killed on Gaza beach.

Terrorism is to turn the Gaza Strip into a Nazi detention camp.

Terrorism is to blast bridges and power plants in Lebanon and the Gaza Strip in an act of collective punishment. This is Nazi terrorism.

Terrorism is to starve the people, kidnap their children, and put them in prison in violation of all international laws.

Israel's terrorist government speaks about the terrorism practiced by Hezbollah on a day when 15 Palestinian civilians, including women and children, were killed in raids in the Gaza Strip.

There are Palestinians who are killed every day. There are thousands of prisoners and detainees. No one in the world defends them. But when some soldiers are kidnapped for the exchange of prisoners, the 'gang of evil' set about defending the rights of Israel."

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