Israel’s gift to the world

A group of former Israeli soldiers describe their experiences in the occupied town of Hebron.

Apartheid, violence and abuse.

Peruvian writer Mario Vargas Llosa writes what many foreigners feel about the Jewish state’s inhumanity:

No one told me this: I saw it with my own eyes and heard with my own ears from the victims themselves. I have a video of the hair-raising scene of children from Tel Rumeida settlement stoning and kicking Arab schoolchildren and their teachers who, to protect themselves, returned home in groups instead of individually. When I told Israeli friends this, some looked at me with incredulity and I saw they suspected I exaggerated or lied, as novelists often do. It turned out that none had ever set foot in Hebron.

UPDATE: More on the Jewish Nazis here.

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