Monday, April 11, 2011

Har Nof is over the Green Line

Mainstream leftist protested today the illegal Israeli occupation of Har Nof in Jerusalem, and more specifically, the the battle of Deir Yassin, a town whose inhabitants were heavily involved in the organized attacks on Jews and the blockade on Jerusalem some 63 years ago.

In the Battle of Deir Yassin 5 Jews were killed and 35 Jews were injured by the Arab combatants of Deir Yassin.

The mainstream Leftist protesters are apparently angry that the Jews chose to defend themselves 63 years ago against Arab snipers, the Arab blockade of Jerusalem, and irregular militia that occupied Deir Yassin and murdered Jews.

Nothing's changed.

Enjoy the pictures.

Can't wait for those Friday protests to begin.

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JoeSettler said...

Looks more like they are standing in Givat Shaul to me. Maybe they didn't want to cross the imaginary green line.

Anonymous said...

I can proudly say that my great grand pop was a fighter in Lechi who took part in that battle!

tzip said...

Woohoo! I'm a settler :-)

JoeSettler said...

Prof: For which side?

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Anonymous said...

What do u mean for which side? He was in Lechi.

Akiva said...

Joe, give them a break. They've never even heard of Jerusalem before (an Israeli occupied territory in their mind), so how are they to know they're standing in their capital city by their primary government buildings in Givat Shaul and not in Har Nof?

I don't think they've ever heard of a barber before, either.

NormanF said...

Har Nof?

I don't think its ever been in the news before.

People know Gilo and Ramat Eshkol are "occupied."

But Har Nof? I don't think they even list it on Shalom Achshav!

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