Short lists of Palestinian savagery on Christians

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Yeah! Let's give these barbarians some land in the holy land! Why not? What the world needs today is yet another Islamic shariah terrorist state!

Historical Fact: Palestinian terrorism and war crimes

September 1975
Men belonging to the armed groups of the Palestinian leaders George Habash executed all the Christian villagers from Beit Mellat in the north of Lebanon, who had fallen into their hands. Nayef Hawatmeh is a member of the DFLP and his group was recently removed from the list of terror groups by the Clinton administration so he could work with Arafat. Subsequently, Israel refused to allow him to enter Gaza as Israel considers him a dangerous terrorist.


September 3, 1975
At Deir Ayach in Northern Lebanon, a monastery transformed in 1947 into a school was twenty eight years later attacked by Lebanese and Palestinians. The school had 960 children (660 Muslims) who mainly were attending at no cost. Three monks aged, respectively, 60, 78, and 93, the sole occupants of Deir Ayach on that day were murdered. The veins of the blind Boutros Sassine's arms were severed. Antoine Tamini was slaughtered, decapitated, and burned. Hanna Maksoud was found in his room, his throat cut. The Christian villagers living around the school monastery fled, and the aggressors destroyed their village.

January 15, 1976
The Palestinians arrived at Kab Elias, an Islamic Christian village situated in the Bekaa. Some ten days later, 16 Christians were killed and another 23 were injured. Following that, we witnessed the exodus of the Christians towards Zahlþ, East Beirut and Jounieh.

At the beginning of January 1976
In Damour and Jieh, two Christian towns south of Beirut, the Palestinians and Syrians went so far as to cut the fingers of Christian children to ensure that they never would be able to pull a gun's trigger. In Damour, at least 300 inhabitants were killed and their churches profaned.

January 19, 1976
The village of Hoche Barada in the Bekaa was attacked by Palestinians and Muslim Lebanese and completely pillaged and destroyed.

In 1976
The Army of Arab Lebanon, founded by the Palestinians, attacked the city of Aintoura and destroyed it. The attack was led by the Lebanese officer Ibrahim Chahine.

In 1976
The Lebanese officer Samir Abou Zahr led the massacre perpetrated by the Army of Arab Lebanon on the Emir Bechir Barracks in Beirut. During this massacre, Lebanese soldiers and officers were murdered in their sleep.

In 1976
The Lebanese officer Mostapha Sleiman, a member of the Army of Arab Lebanon, led the massacre of the Lebanese population in the city of Chekka.

March 10, 1976
Officer Moiin Hatoum, member of the Army of Arab Lebanon led an attack on the Khyam Barracks. Over 30 Lebanese soldiers were killed.

March 1985
Exodus of tens of thousands of Christians from Iklim El_Kharroub and the eastern part of Saida. The Palestinians and Lebanese Druze laid siege to, pillaged and burned over twenty Christian villages. Walid Joumblatt, Yasser Arafat and Syrian officers, planned these massacres.
 

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Yeah! Let's give these barbarians some land in the holy land! Why not? What the world needs today is yet another Islamic shariah terrorist state!

Historical Fact: Palestinian terrorism and war crimes

September 1975
Men belonging to the armed groups of the Palestinian leaders George Habash executed all the Christian villagers from Beit Mellat in the north of Lebanon, who had fallen into their hands. Nayef Hawatmeh is a member of the DFLP and his group was recently removed from the list of terror groups by the Clinton administration so he could work with Arafat. Subsequently, Israel refused to allow him to enter Gaza as Israel considers him a dangerous terrorist.


September 3, 1975
At Deir Ayach in Northern Lebanon, a monastery transformed in 1947 into a school was twenty eight years later attacked by Lebanese and Palestinians. The school had 960 children (660 Muslims) who mainly were attending at no cost. Three monks aged, respectively, 60, 78, and 93, the sole occupants of Deir Ayach on that day were murdered. The veins of the blind Boutros Sassine's arms were severed. Antoine Tamini was slaughtered, decapitated, and burned. Hanna Maksoud was found in his room, his throat cut. The Christian villagers living around the school monastery fled, and the aggressors destroyed their village.

January 15, 1976
The Palestinians arrived at Kab Elias, an Islamic Christian village situated in the Bekaa. Some ten days later, 16 Christians were killed and another 23 were injured. Following that, we witnessed the exodus of the Christians towards Zahlþ, East Beirut and Jounieh.

At the beginning of January 1976
In Damour and Jieh, two Christian towns south of Beirut, the Palestinians and Syrians went so far as to cut the fingers of Christian children to ensure that they never would be able to pull a gun's trigger. In Damour, at least 300 inhabitants were killed and their churches profaned.

January 19, 1976
The village of Hoche Barada in the Bekaa was attacked by Palestinians and Muslim Lebanese and completely pillaged and destroyed.

In 1976
The Army of Arab Lebanon, founded by the Palestinians, attacked the city of Aintoura and destroyed it. The attack was led by the Lebanese officer Ibrahim Chahine.

In 1976
The Lebanese officer Samir Abou Zahr led the massacre perpetrated by the Army of Arab Lebanon on the Emir Bechir Barracks in Beirut. During this massacre, Lebanese soldiers and officers were murdered in their sleep.

In 1976
The Lebanese officer Mostapha Sleiman, a member of the Army of Arab Lebanon, led the massacre of the Lebanese population in the city of Chekka.

March 10, 1976
Officer Moiin Hatoum, member of the Army of Arab Lebanon led an attack on the Khyam Barracks. Over 30 Lebanese soldiers were killed.

March 1985
Exodus of tens of thousands of Christians from Iklim El_Kharroub and the eastern part of Saida. The Palestinians and Lebanese Druze laid siege to, pillaged and burned over twenty Christian villages. Walid Joumblatt, Yasser Arafat and Syrian officers, planned these massacres.
First of all, what is your point? What does it have to do with Israel and the Palestinians.

Secondly, you claim that it is historical fact, what is your neutral source? Are you cutting and pasting from a Hasbara site?

And finally, the very first event is interesting George Habash and his fighters in Lebanon were Christians. So, if it actually occurred it was Christians fighting Christians.
 

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Lebanese Forces, of course. They were originally the Kataeb militia responsible for the Sabra and Shatila massacres. Just another epic fail by Rude-eeee.
 

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Yeah! Let's give these barbarians some land in the holy land! Why not? What the world needs today is yet another Islamic shariah terrorist state!

Historical Fact: Palestinian terrorism and war crimes

September 1975
Men belonging to the armed groups of the Palestinian leaders George Habash executed all the Christian villagers from Beit Mellat in the north of Lebanon, who had fallen into their hands. Nayef Hawatmeh is a member of the DFLP and his group was recently removed from the list of terror groups by the Clinton administration so he could work with Arafat. Subsequently, Israel refused to allow him to enter Gaza as Israel considers him a dangerous terrorist.


September 3, 1975
At Deir Ayach in Northern Lebanon, a monastery transformed in 1947 into a school was twenty eight years later attacked by Lebanese and Palestinians. The school had 960 children (660 Muslims) who mainly were attending at no cost. Three monks aged, respectively, 60, 78, and 93, the sole occupants of Deir Ayach on that day were murdered. The veins of the blind Boutros Sassine's arms were severed. Antoine Tamini was slaughtered, decapitated, and burned. Hanna Maksoud was found in his room, his throat cut. The Christian villagers living around the school monastery fled, and the aggressors destroyed their village.

January 15, 1976
The Palestinians arrived at Kab Elias, an Islamic Christian village situated in the Bekaa. Some ten days later, 16 Christians were killed and another 23 were injured. Following that, we witnessed the exodus of the Christians towards Zahlþ, East Beirut and Jounieh.

At the beginning of January 1976
In Damour and Jieh, two Christian towns south of Beirut, the Palestinians and Syrians went so far as to cut the fingers of Christian children to ensure that they never would be able to pull a gun's trigger. In Damour, at least 300 inhabitants were killed and their churches profaned.

January 19, 1976
The village of Hoche Barada in the Bekaa was attacked by Palestinians and Muslim Lebanese and completely pillaged and destroyed.

In 1976
The Army of Arab Lebanon, founded by the Palestinians, attacked the city of Aintoura and destroyed it. The attack was led by the Lebanese officer Ibrahim Chahine.

In 1976
The Lebanese officer Samir Abou Zahr led the massacre perpetrated by the Army of Arab Lebanon on the Emir Bechir Barracks in Beirut. During this massacre, Lebanese soldiers and officers were murdered in their sleep.

In 1976
The Lebanese officer Mostapha Sleiman, a member of the Army of Arab Lebanon, led the massacre of the Lebanese population in the city of Chekka.

March 10, 1976
Officer Moiin Hatoum, member of the Army of Arab Lebanon led an attack on the Khyam Barracks. Over 30 Lebanese soldiers were killed.

March 1985
Exodus of tens of thousands of Christians from Iklim El_Kharroub and the eastern part of Saida. The Palestinians and Lebanese Druze laid siege to, pillaged and burned over twenty Christian villages. Walid Joumblatt, Yasser Arafat and Syrian officers, planned these massacres.
We Americans must look at the bright side of this. It has united Christians & Jews for Israel like never before.
 

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Not at all. Most Christians support Palestine. The U.S. evangelicals (a tiny minority of Christians in the world) are an aberration on a worldwide basis but even they are starting to come around as younger people grow older:

"Christian Support for 'Palestinian Cause' Ascendant"

" a new generation of Evangelical leaders are "committed to spreading the Palestinian version of the conflict," said Jim Fletcher, a long-time Christian publisher, in an interview published to Israel National News. "These pro-Palestinian leaders currently control the narrative within the Church."

Christian Support for Palestinian Cause Ascendant - Israel Today Israel News
 
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We Americans must look at the bright side of this. It has united Christians & Jews for Israel like never before.
In Israel, a Jew and a Christian could never be united in marriage
Did you bray again, Chos Goozo?

Since 1998 the possibility to have a Civil marriage in Israel is possible. Through New Family Organization couples can get Relationships Card that changed their status to a couple, and entitles them with all of the rights that come from it, by the state.
 
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Yeah! Let's give these barbarians some land in the holy land! Why not? What the world needs today is yet another Islamic shariah terrorist state!

Historical Fact: Palestinian terrorism and war crimes

September 1975
Men belonging to the armed groups of the Palestinian leaders George Habash executed all the Christian villagers from Beit Mellat in the north of Lebanon, who had fallen into their hands. Nayef Hawatmeh is a member of the DFLP and his group was recently removed from the list of terror groups by the Clinton administration so he could work with Arafat. Subsequently, Israel refused to allow him to enter Gaza as Israel considers him a dangerous terrorist.


September 3, 1975
At Deir Ayach in Northern Lebanon, a monastery transformed in 1947 into a school was twenty eight years later attacked by Lebanese and Palestinians. The school had 960 children (660 Muslims) who mainly were attending at no cost. Three monks aged, respectively, 60, 78, and 93, the sole occupants of Deir Ayach on that day were murdered. The veins of the blind Boutros Sassine's arms were severed. Antoine Tamini was slaughtered, decapitated, and burned. Hanna Maksoud was found in his room, his throat cut. The Christian villagers living around the school monastery fled, and the aggressors destroyed their village.

January 15, 1976
The Palestinians arrived at Kab Elias, an Islamic Christian village situated in the Bekaa. Some ten days later, 16 Christians were killed and another 23 were injured. Following that, we witnessed the exodus of the Christians towards Zahlþ, East Beirut and Jounieh.

At the beginning of January 1976
In Damour and Jieh, two Christian towns south of Beirut, the Palestinians and Syrians went so far as to cut the fingers of Christian children to ensure that they never would be able to pull a gun's trigger. In Damour, at least 300 inhabitants were killed and their churches profaned.

January 19, 1976
The village of Hoche Barada in the Bekaa was attacked by Palestinians and Muslim Lebanese and completely pillaged and destroyed.

In 1976
The Army of Arab Lebanon, founded by the Palestinians, attacked the city of Aintoura and destroyed it. The attack was led by the Lebanese officer Ibrahim Chahine.

In 1976
The Lebanese officer Samir Abou Zahr led the massacre perpetrated by the Army of Arab Lebanon on the Emir Bechir Barracks in Beirut. During this massacre, Lebanese soldiers and officers were murdered in their sleep.

In 1976
The Lebanese officer Mostapha Sleiman, a member of the Army of Arab Lebanon, led the massacre of the Lebanese population in the city of Chekka.

March 10, 1976
Officer Moiin Hatoum, member of the Army of Arab Lebanon led an attack on the Khyam Barracks. Over 30 Lebanese soldiers were killed.

March 1985
Exodus of tens of thousands of Christians from Iklim El_Kharroub and the eastern part of Saida. The Palestinians and Lebanese Druze laid siege to, pillaged and burned over twenty Christian villages. Walid Joumblatt, Yasser Arafat and Syrian officers, planned these massacres.
First of all, what is your point? What does it have to do with Israel and the Palestinians.

Secondly, you claim that it is historical fact, what is your neutral source? Are you cutting and pasting from a Hasbara site?

And finally, the very first event is interesting George Habash and his fighters in Lebanon were Christians. So, if it actually occurred it was Christians fighting Christians.
You can run but you can't hide. Palestinjan animals were the worst killers of Lebanon's Christians. They participated in ethnic cleansing and genocide, it is a historical fact.

The Damour massacre took place on January 20, 1976, during the 1975–1990 Lebanese Civil War. Damour, a Maronite town on the main highway south of Beirut, was attacked by the Palestine Liberation Organisation units. Part of its population died in battle or in the massacre that followed, and the remainder were forced to flee.
 
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Not at all. Most Christians support Palestine. The U.S. evangelicals (a tiny minority of Christians in the world) are an aberration on a worldwide basis but even they are starting to come around as younger people grow older:

"Christian Support for 'Palestinian Cause' Ascendant"

" a new generation of Evangelical leaders are "committed to spreading the Palestinian version of the conflict," said Jim Fletcher, a long-time Christian publisher, in an interview published to Israel National News. "These pro-Palestinian leaders currently control the narrative within the Church."

Christian Support for Palestinian Cause Ascendant - Israel Today Israel News
I would say that it's going in the opposite direction. Especially considering the recent attrocities committed by Islamic savages. The world doesn't really see a difference between ISIS and Hamas. Same barbaric animals, different geographical location.
 

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Not at all. Most Christians support Palestine. The U.S. evangelicals (a tiny minority of Christians in the world) are an aberration on a worldwide basis but even they are starting to come around as younger people grow older:

"Christian Support for 'Palestinian Cause' Ascendant"

" a new generation of Evangelical leaders are "committed to spreading the Palestinian version of the conflict," said Jim Fletcher, a long-time Christian publisher, in an interview published to Israel National News. "These pro-Palestinian leaders currently control the narrative within the Church."

Christian Support for Palestinian Cause Ascendant - Israel Today Israel News
I would say that it's going in the opposite direction. Especially considering the recent attrocities committed by Islamic savages. The world doesn't really see a difference between ISIS and Hamas. Same barbaric animals, different geographical location.
What you say and reality are two different things.
 

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We Americans must look at the bright side of this. It has united Christians & Jews for Israel like never before.
In Israel, a Jew and a Christian could never be united in marriage
Did you bray again, Chos Goozo?

Since 1998 the possibility to have a Civil marriage in Israel is possible. Through New Family Organization couples can get Relationships Card that changed their status to a couple, and entitles them with all of the rights that come from it, by the state.
from your link
Certain countries, such as Israel, allow couples to register only on the condition that they have first been married in a religious ceremony recognised by the state, or were married in a different country.
 

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Not at all. Most Christians support Palestine. The U.S. evangelicals (a tiny minority of Christians in the world) are an aberration on a worldwide basis but even they are starting to come around as younger people grow older:

"Christian Support for 'Palestinian Cause' Ascendant"

" a new generation of Evangelical leaders are "committed to spreading the Palestinian version of the conflict," said Jim Fletcher, a long-time Christian publisher, in an interview published to Israel National News. "These pro-Palestinian leaders currently control the narrative within the Church."

Christian Support for Palestinian Cause Ascendant - Israel Today Israel News
I would say that it's going in the opposite direction. Especially considering the recent attrocities committed by Islamic savages. The world doesn't really see a difference between ISIS and Hamas. Same barbaric animals, different geographical location.
UN Report Reveals How Israel is Coordinating with ISIS Militants Inside Syria
US secretly backs rebels to fight al-Qaeda in Syria - Telegraph
 
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Not at all. Most Christians support Palestine. The U.S. evangelicals (a tiny minority of Christians in the world) are an aberration on a worldwide basis but even they are starting to come around as younger people grow older:

"Christian Support for 'Palestinian Cause' Ascendant"

" a new generation of Evangelical leaders are "committed to spreading the Palestinian version of the conflict," said Jim Fletcher, a long-time Christian publisher, in an interview published to Israel National News. "These pro-Palestinian leaders currently control the narrative within the Church."

Christian Support for Palestinian Cause Ascendant - Israel Today Israel News
I would say that it's going in the opposite direction. Especially considering the recent attrocities committed by Islamic savages. The world doesn't really see a difference between ISIS and Hamas. Same barbaric animals, different geographical location.
UN Report Reveals How Israel is Coordinating with ISIS Militants Inside Syria
US secretly backs rebels to fight al-Qaeda in Syria - Telegraph

Really???

Exclusive Israel Is Tending to Wounded Syrian Rebels Foreign Policy

addition site said ISIS but the source calls them opposition groups or insurgents.

>>while potentially extracting a valuable vein of intelligence on the activities of President Bashar al-Assad’s army as well as extremist opposition forces within Syria.<<

those would be the ISIS
 
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Not at all. Most Christians support Palestine. The U.S. evangelicals (a tiny minority of Christians in the world) are an aberration on a worldwide basis but even they are starting to come around as younger people grow older:

"Christian Support for 'Palestinian Cause' Ascendant"

" a new generation of Evangelical leaders are "committed to spreading the Palestinian version of the conflict," said Jim Fletcher, a long-time Christian publisher, in an interview published to Israel National News. "These pro-Palestinian leaders currently control the narrative within the Church."

Christian Support for Palestinian Cause Ascendant - Israel Today Israel News
I would say that it's going in the opposite direction. Especially considering the recent attrocities committed by Islamic savages. The world doesn't really see a difference between ISIS and Hamas. Same barbaric animals, different geographical location.
UN Report Reveals How Israel is Coordinating with ISIS Militants Inside Syria
US secretly backs rebels to fight al-Qaeda in Syria - Telegraph
Ha ha ha. Been there done that. Israel which should praised highly for this, provides medical assistance to the REBELS, which have zero to do with ISIS or any other Islamic group.

You should call that bullshit website "21st century whine", choseh GOOZOO. Ha ha ha.
 
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We Americans must look at the bright side of this. It has united Christians & Jews for Israel like never before.
In Israel, a Jew and a Christian could never be united in marriage
Did you bray again, Chos Goozo?

Since 1998 the possibility to have a Civil marriage in Israel is possible. Through New Family Organization couples can get Relationships Card that changed their status to a couple, and entitles them with all of the rights that come from it, by the state.
from your link
Certain countries, such as Israel, allow couples to register only on the condition that they have first been married in a religious ceremony recognised by the state, or were married in a different country.
And then they passed a law that allows secular marriage, you friggin idiot.
 
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Not at all. Most Christians support Palestine. The U.S. evangelicals (a tiny minority of Christians in the world) are an aberration on a worldwide basis but even they are starting to come around as younger people grow older:

"Christian Support for 'Palestinian Cause' Ascendant"

" a new generation of Evangelical leaders are "committed to spreading the Palestinian version of the conflict," said Jim Fletcher, a long-time Christian publisher, in an interview published to Israel National News. "These pro-Palestinian leaders currently control the narrative within the Church."

Christian Support for Palestinian Cause Ascendant - Israel Today Israel News
I would say that it's going in the opposite direction. Especially considering the recent attrocities committed by Islamic savages. The world doesn't really see a difference between ISIS and Hamas. Same barbaric animals, different geographical location.
What you say and reality are two different things.
What I say is reality. The world is waking up to the barbarism and intolerance of Islamism, and palestinians are definitely part of the barbarians that the world is waking up. It's also true that Palestinian animals slaughtered and committed ethnic cleansing in tens of thousands of Lebanese Christians.

You can squeal all you want. There is no denial of these truths.
 
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Lebanese Forces, of course. They were originally the Kataeb militia responsible for the Sabra and Shatila massacres. Just another epic fail by Rude-eeee.
You seem to have forgotten all the massacres committed by Palestinian animals on the Christian Lebanese, which led to Sabra and Shatilla. Now why is it that you always take the Moooooslems side, no matter what they do?
 

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Some of the parts edited out by the OP, include
(a Christian) and Nayef Hawatmeh (a Muslim)
yet the Clinton administration has not reversed its' decision.
Plagiarized from
Lebanese Forces Historical Fact Palestinian terrorism and war crimes
Would you prefer a longer list?
http://gotc.info/images/TheBlackPage/Chronology_of_crimes_en.pdf
Aah Guardians of the Cedars, whose motto is "the duty of every Lebanese to kill one Palestinian". So that's an unbiased source then?
 

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