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R.P. BenDedek

Jews and Christians Can Go to Hell!
By R.P. BenDedek
Aug 20, 2014 - 12:12:51 AM

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Between July 27th and August 15th I published five (5) articles in relation to the 2014 Hamas - Israel war. They each contained links to online articles and videos that provided a counterweight to the 'unbalanced and unjustified' western support for the terrorists of Gaza.

Throughout the war people cried for the people of Gaza, blaming Israel for the deaths of Palestinian civilians while remaining quiet on Hamas' use of human shields. Undoubtedly those same people reading the following New York Times report on Gaza, will find their compassion oozing blood.

In Torn Gaza, if Roof Stands, It's Now Home By Jodi Rudorenaug 17, 2014

On Sunday, more than 235,000 people were still crammed into 81 of the United Nations' 156 schools, (Where Hamas stores its rockets? RPBD) where classes are supposed to start next Sunday. "The chances of that," acknowledged Scott Anderson, deputy director of the agency that runs them, "are zero."

After a month of fierce fighting between Israel and Palestinian militants that killed more than 1,900 Gaza residents, the extension of a temporary cease-fire through Monday was a great relief. But with an estimated 11,000 homes destroyed and many more severely damaged, Gaza's housing and humanitarian crises are just beginning, and the uncertainty over the timing and terms for a more durable truce makes recovery planning elusive.

While the bleeding hearts pretend to be full of genuine concern and compassion for the terrorist supporting people of Gaza, I wonder just how many would express any concern at all for the 170,000 Muslims who have died in Syria so far. Where can we find the weeping and wailing on the Western street for these victims of Muslim aggression? Andrew Bolt was right on the money in pointing out that no one cries for victims of Muslim terrorism unless they can attack Israel in the process. He called it 'Jew Hatred'.

OK so the bleeding hearts hate JEWS! I get it! Dirty Jews! Christ Killers! Filthy Money Lenders!

But what about the Christian victims of Muslim violence and terrorism? Do any of the bleeding hearts which cry for the people of Gaza care about the Christian victims of Muslim Violence?

Aleppo's Christians in Syrian crossfire

Aleppo's forgotten Christians

Genocide and ethnic cleansing are very real threats that haunt the collective conscience of Syria's Christians.

The recent repeated rebel shelling of the Syriac Catholic Church, a large and iconic building in the heart of the old Christian community at Azizeh, is seen by many as a clear message by the rebels, revealing their true intent toward their community."

The State Department's International Religious Freedom Report for 2013, released last month, notes: "In Syria, as in much of the Middle East, the Christian presence is becoming a shadow of its former self. After three years of civil war, hundreds of thousands fled the country desperate to escape the ongoing violence perpetrated by the government and extremist groups alike. In the city of Homs the number of Christians dwindled to as few as 1,000 from approximately 160,000 prior to the conflict."

In the face of Palestinian loving, Jew hating, bleeding heart activism's utter silence over the deaths of 170,000 Syrians and the destruction of Christian communities in Middle Eastern Countries (including the city of Bethlehem), how is it not possible to come to the conclusion, that the righteous and politically correct activists are either Jew haters or else demented chaos theory adherents who will do anything that might lead to the destruction of traditional western culture so that the world might begin again.

Either way they are hypocrites!

R.P. BenDedek

Hamas - Israel Comments between August 15th and July 27th

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