Wednesday, September 16, 2009

Palestine Telegraph: "Israel has nuked itself!"

Explosive revelations from the Palestinian press:
Could anyone imagine as a result of your own actions you are killing your own troops and your own population? This is now the case in Israel.

Many weapons used by the IDF in Gaza contained uranium components and upon impact set off huge volumes of aerosol particles that then drifted back over the border into Israel with devastating results.

It has been some time since the Israelis bombed Lebanon and the Gaza Strip and in both cases the weapons used left behind a trial of misery for all those that lived downwind. We can now start to see the results of those actions and I must say the term "What goes around comes around" rings true in the ears of the residents of Israel. Some interesting health statements have been released that prove when you play with dirty weapons it can all come back to you. It would now appear that we have a situation whereby Israelis are killing Israelis.

In May this year we saw the following headline appear in the Haaretz: "Quality of Israeli sperm down 40% in past decade" The quality of Israeli sperm has declined alarmingly in the last decade, according to recent research conducted at Jerusalem's Hadassah University Hospital, Mount Scopus. The cause for the decline is not known, but it's believed by some researchers to be connected to the exposure of children and pregnant women to hormones and other contaminants in food and water. [...]
But now we know the real reason. Elsewhere we learn that Haniyeh is releasing a bunch of those guys who think Hamas isn't radical enough:
De facto Palestinian Prime Minister Ismail Haniyeh announced that his government will releases dozens of detainees in the taken prisoner when the ultra-Islamic group Jund Ansr Allah (soldiers for god) took over a Rafah mosque and declared the city an Islamic emirate.

At least 24 were killed in the clashes, including two young girls who were bystanders, and an unknown number of the group's supporters were arrested in the days following the clash. During an Iftar dinner speech Tuesday, Haniyeh said the government had “decided to release dozens of detainees from the Rafah event on the occasion of Eid Al-Fiter holiday."

Haniyeh was breaking the Ramadan fast alongside a group of Muslim scholars, Imams, members of the Palestinian Legislative Council, district mayors and ministers in Haniyeh's government when he made the announcement. [...]
Not the sort of thing you want to announce on an empty stomach.

Crossposted on Soccer Dad

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