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Jordan: A gunman mistakes Lebanese for Israelis

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and wounds six… who were musicians who had just been playing in a concert by Amman official orchestra with a Lebanese choir. Afterwards he killed himself.

He should have killed himself before.

Anyway, hate is very powerful. So powerful as to kill mistaking the people you want to kill…

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Written by Claudia

July 17, 2008 at 7:14 pm

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  1. Hatred is not limited to the Middle East… we (the USA) are just as hateful.. Post 911 hate was so strong here that US citizens killed many foreigners because they were mistaken for Arabs or Muslims..



    July 17, 2008 at 8:02 pm

  2. Have I denied that possibility? But it’s curious: I haven’t heard of a case of that, and if there were so many, I think I would have heard of some. You haven’t even provided a link….
    There is something curious about your comment though: are you considering that the American people hate Muslims just as this “gunmen” hated Israelis? That’s not the kind of impression that I have…
    Thanks for your comment anyway.


    July 17, 2008 at 10:14 pm

  3. If you haven’t heard of these killings then you have the pro Zionist media to thank. It’s not in their interest that these people get any sympathy immediately after 911. There were 1717 incidents of violence, threats, and bias documented just in the first six month after 9/11.

    Also check Wikipedia itself.

    Hate crimes

    Numerous incidents of harassment and hate crimes were reported against Middle Easterners and other “Middle Eastern-looking” people, particularly Sikhs, because Sikh males usually wear turbans, which are stereotypically associated with Muslims in the United States. There were reports of verbal abuse, attacks on mosques and other religious buildings (including the firebombing of a Hindu temple) and assaults on people, including one murder: Balbir Singh Sodhi was fatally shot on September 15, 2001. He, like others, was a Sikh who was mistaken for a Muslim

    Here are some other links – all you need to do is do a quick Google searc:



    July 18, 2008 at 12:32 am

  4. Pro-Zionist media? 😆 That’s today’s joke, isn’t it? MSM reports are anti-semitic and absolutely pro-Muslim: they don’t even name “honor killings”, Honor Killings. And well, you also can read this, about the “accuracy” some Muslims want for the MSM:

    Billionaire Saudi Prince Alwaleed bin Talal owns a significant number of voting shares in the company and says he is prepared to raise his stake. He claims that he forced Fox News to eliminate on-air references to the Muslim role in the riots in France by speaking directly to News Corporation chairman Murdoch. Was such a call made and what did Alwaleed say?

    And don’t you think that the fact that Palestinian people laughed and danced in the streets and Muslims around the world justified the attacks, can be a cause of this violence?

    I’m not justifying violence to any extent, I really believe it does not get anywhere. But Muslims should understand that among them there are those who consider “good” and “pleasing to God” the murder of people in 9/11. If one part of society legitimises violence, the rest of the same society is going to do the same. They are just “obtaining what they have swon”.


    July 18, 2008 at 6:45 am

  5. The joke of the day is your response. You jump from one point to another trying to save face.. since your ignorance is quite obvious. The Palestinians dancing in the street joke was dismissed (or haven’t you heard yet?) as it turned out to be an Israeli TV crew asking these people to act jubilant! The kids were given candy and asked to act joyful! Or haven’t you noticed that this was done in broad day light when it should have been night time there?

    If Hitler, a supposed Christian, targeted Jews and killed them, did that make Christians anti-Semites and/or murderers? Likewise, the act of a few (out of 1.5 billion) does not represent a whole religion!!!



    July 18, 2008 at 7:13 pm

  6. And yet, you do the same: no link to prove it!!!

    No, I do not “jump from one point to another”: you said there was “a pro-Zionist” conspiracy not to let people know about the hate crimes against Muslisms (something that as I said was not justified, because violence is not justified in any case…). SO I present you an example of a Saudi prince just boasting about asking to change a webpage on FOX because it was not good for Muslims… and you say I am changing from one point to another!!! 😆

    They are even trying to have a special treatment in courts in the USA and the Sharia Law to be applied in UK, something I have written about in this blog.

    You said it: Hitler was a supposed Christian, not really a Christian… But one of the five “commandments” of Islamic faith is Jihad against the Infidel. Only Muslims who reject that can live normally in an “infidel” society. The rest of them that “tiny minority”, cannot.

    But we are not seeing here the acts of a “tiny minority”, just look at the answer Muslim communities have when yet another honor killing happens: they just consider it normal and adequate. They justify 9-11, so they are just paving the way for others to do the same: if you attack someone, then that someone can feel legitimized to attack you. I am not saying that’s good, I’m telling you what happens!

    But of course, you can see the real world or continue with your theories about the “pro-Zionist” conspiracy… Disgusting, absolutely disgusting.


    July 18, 2008 at 7:44 pm

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