Discussion in 'Israel and Palestine' started by Jos, May 22, 2012.
Settler shooting Palestinian, 'Asira al-Qibliya, 19.5.2012, raw footage, 2nd camera - YouTube!
He shouldn't have missed. If those animals came throwing rocks at me and and my house I would have shot them in between the eyes.
You would never pass a psychological test for a weapons license
but still, in jewland they let even mad jews have guns
It is not illegal under international law to shoot a settler.
This is why.
A Message To You Rudy
[ame=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TGDQ85Dg-ss]A Message To You Rudy - YouTube[/ame]
Not illegal to scotch a rock slinger either.
Shit you should see Islam land. They give weapons to little kids, in hopes that they get shot and they can whine about it to the media. Heck they even strap suicide bombs on them and they celebrate when they blow up and become shahid and get the 72 virgins. The parents are visited by friends and neighbors and "congratulated", streets are named after these child mass murderers, its a full blown Islamic psycho-party. You should know about this, right Jos? I mean as an Iranian Hezbollah piece of Shiite, didn't the Mullahs in Iran give "keys to heaven with the 72 virgins" to little 9 and 10 year old boys and tell them (well, actually force them) to go walk on minefields along the border in the Iran Iraq war? You Shiite Muslim are even sicker savages than the Sunnis. But who's counting when it comes to Islam?
UNHCR | Refworld | Child Soldiers Global Report 2001 - Iran
Government-allied groups were known to recruit children during the Iran-Iraq war. The Hezbollahi organization for example made announcements in various newspapers inviting registration with the sole entry requirement being a "belief in God" and sympathy for the Hezbollahi. Age was "unimportant". The leadership of Iran also urged youths to take an active part in fighting. In a series of rulings issued in the autumn of 1982, Ayatollah Khomeini declared that parental permission was unnecessary for those going to the front, that volunteering for military duty was a religious obligation, and that serving in the armed forces took priority over all other forms of work or study. Various sources reported that children were indoctrinated into participating in combat. They were given "keys to paradise" and promised that they would go directly to heaven if they died as martyrs against the Iraqi enemy.
No estimates are available on the number of children who participated in the Iran-Iraq war, but Hojjatoleslam Hashemi Rafsanjani, later president, stated in 1982 that Iran's armed forces had been supplemented by 400,000 volunteers. An exiled source claims that since military service was compulsory from the age of 18, most of these "volunteers" were likely to be younger. Gulf war statistics about prisoners, casualties and their ages are unreliable, but according to the International Committee of the Red Cross at least 10 per cent of Iranian prisoners were under 18. Iranian officers captured by the Iraqis claimed that nine out of ten Iranian child soldiers were killed.
According to one journalist, most recruits had between one and three months of military training before being sent to the front, but some had no training at all. Boys as young as nine were reportedly used in human wave attacks and to serve as mine sweepers in the war with Iraq. Many child soldiers were captured by the Iraqis and transferred to a special Prisoner of War camp for children. Some, most believed to be 15 or younger were held by Iraq in a special, separated compound at Al-Ramadi, about 60 miles west of Baghdad, where they were exploited by the Iraqi authorities for propaganda purposes.
Martyrs' families enjoyed some social prestige and reportedly received monetary compensation per child, plus a martyr's card entitling the family to food and other privileges. Child soldiers were nearly all from poor villages or slum families.
Hundreds of Iranians boys at a time, many as young as ten to twelve, come in waves. Some carry rifles and some are unarmed. Their mission is to detonate mines and draw fire in preparation for full-scale attacks Iraqi lines. The boys carry plastic keys to heaven. They have been assured by their leader, Ayatollah Ruhollah Khomeini, that if they are killed on the battlefield they will go directly to paradise. "The purest joy in Islam," Khomeini has explained, "is to kill and be killed for Allah."
A boy named Hassan, who was 12 when captured, said: "They told us, 'If you don't die a martyr on the battlefield, you'll be executed in the rear.'" Gesturing towards a group of boys, an adult prisoner said: "Each one you see here represents 100 killed on the battlefield."
Gee I wonder where Hezbollah pig boy Jos went? Did his Mullah summon him to "fix" his hardon?
Gee I wonder where ZioNazi pig boy roudy went? Did his Rabbi summon him to "fix" his semi-hardon?
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