Protest rally scheduled for Monday 4.p.m. outside Knesset
Groups of southern Israeli residents are organizing a popular rally outside the Knesset in Jerusalem on Monday afternoon to protest what they call “lack of government transparency” about the reported ceasefire deal with Palestinian terrorists. Their leaders say that, with no official word on the security situation surrounding their places of habitation, they are at sea about what the future holds for them. They are not prepared to be thrown back to the on-and-off Palestinian terrorism blighting their lives after every ceasefire for more than a decade, and peaking in 700 rockets in the latest round.
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I wonder what the BBC would report first if Israel fired 400 explosive warhead rocket willy nilly into Gaza? Would it still show the Palestinians as being victims of Israeli oppression or because in that case it was the Israelis who fired the most rockets would it then show the Israelis as victims for a change. Getting unbiased news in UK is tricky even Russia today is less biased than good old BBC.
Would you expect anything different from the blood libel capital of the world?
Why the British let David Ben Gurion declare the state of Israel?
Because the British hoped for the Arabs to destroy Israel and the Jews there.
But their plan failed 71 nearly years ago, baruch Hashem!