|One day in Britain, pro-Palestinians made their point|
Just about everybody sympathizes with the Palestinians these days, and make excuses for their violence and terror. But once that violence comes home, that's different.
What people don't understand is that these people are used to get what they want through violence and intimidation.
It works for them. They not only often get what they want, but they get additional sympathy every time they behave badly.
In a different form of racism, most people tend to have lower expectations from Palestinians, and Muslims in general. As if they were incapable of exercising control over their emotions, and can't help themselves.
|Every day in Israel - Arabs making a point|
These shoppers in Birmingham were lucky. It was only threats and stuff being thrown around. Israelis have to cope with "frustrated" rock throwers and firebomb throwers every day in Israel, and rockets fired from Gaza.
They also have to put up with murder and suicide bombers. That's how Palestinians are used to make a point - while the world gives them money and moral support.
Daily Mail - Police officers attacked and stock thrown around as Gaza protestors 'wreak havoc' in Tesco store in Birmingham.
Police officers were attacked and stock was thrown around today as Gaza protestors 'wreaked havoc' in a Tesco store. Around 100 demonstrators gathered outside the shop in Hodge Hill, Birmingham, before some of them entered the premises. Once inside, they started hurling produce around and 'getting aggressive' - leaving both staff and shoppers traumatised.
Photos of the protest show more than 20 police officers trying to control demonstrators, while Tesco products are seen strewn across the floor. West Midlands Police said one person was later arrested for assaulting its officers, while a further two had to be escorted from the premises.
Today, Tesco customers took to social media to share their experiences of the protest against the Gaza conflict, which resulted in nearby roads being cordoned off by police. One told Birminghamupdates.com: 'I was just in the Tesco in Hodge Hill, scanning my items and I heard chanting.
Then a group of Asian men holding Palestinian flags came walking in and starting to push products over and getting aggressive with staff and shoppers. Police officers tried to stop them but I ran out.'
The protestors, many of whom were waving flags and placards, were calling on Tesco to stop all trade with Israeli agricultural companies. This evening, Twitter users condemned the demonstrators' actions, which many deemed 'wrong' and 'idiotic'.
A spokesman for West Midlands Police said: 'Our officers dealt with a protest at Tesco Hodge Hill this morning where some disorder was reported. One arrested for assaulting police. The protest was largely peaceful among the 100 protesters but some began throwing stock inside Tesco store. Two escorted from premises.'
A spokesman for Tesco said the demonstration resulted in 'minimal damage' to goods. He added that the store was closed for 'just a few minutes' before it was reopened.
Source - http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2726831/Police-officers-attacked-stock-thrown-Gaza-protestors-wreak-havoc-Tesco-store.html
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Just a normal day in Israel - Rabbi injured by rock-throwers
Prominent Israeli Rabbi Moshe Levinger Injured in Rock Attack
79-year-old Rabbi Levinger is one of the founders of the modern-day Jewish community in Hevron, whose ancient Jewish community was wiped out during the 1929 Hebron Massacre by local Arabs.
|Rabbi Levinger being treated|
A gang of Arab youths ambushed his car and pelted it with rocks, shattering his window as well as the front passenger window. The rabbi was treated for light head wounds at Kiryat Arba medical center.
His son and head of the Kiryat Arba-Hevron Regional Council, Malachi Levinger, condemned the attack, saying: "Terror has reared its head and dared to indiscriminately attack Jews in every city in the country. It is important that those murderers know that every rock like this only deepens our roots here in the land of our forefathers, and every blow plants more firmly and strengthens our beliefs and our hold on the land," he added.
Levinger termed the fact that his father had emerged relatively lightly from the attack "a miracle", but warned that that fact should not lead to complacency. Many others had been killed or maimed in similar attacks, he said, "and therefore I call on the security forces to act with as firm a hand has they can against these rioters, and bring to bear the fullest extent of the law against them."
Burn Victim in Judea Firebomb Terror Attack
Arab terrorists threw a molotov cocktail on Saturday night at an Israeli car near Bethlehem, in the Gush Etzion area of Judea, leaving the driver of the car suffering from moderate wounds.
After the firebomb exploded, inflicting damage on the car, a 40-year-old resident of Beitar Ilit driving the car was inflicted with first- and second-degree burns, as well as as a cut to his head, apparently from a stone that was also thrown in the attack.
Britain's future - The most common baby name now is MOHAMMED in a variety of spellings.
The top three spellings alone accounted for the names of 7,445 boys, easily beating the second most popular name Oliver which got just 6,949. Also the statistics are only published for the top 100 names, so the even more obscure spellings of Mohammed are likely to push the total even higher.
Read more - http://www.breitbart.com/Breitbart-London/2014/08/15/Muhammad-IS-Britains-Most-Popular-Boys-Name
Just think about it. All those past heroic sacrifices for Britain's freedom. And now the country submits to the invasion of a population with the mindset of 7th century Arabian peninsula. All in the name of multiculturalism.