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Israel agrees to 48 hr “cessation of air activities”

Unable to withstand the fury of global outrage, Israel has capitulated and agreed to 48hrs of "cessation of air activities" to allow for civilian evacuations. But, CNN reports live that there is currently an extraordinary amount of air activity, with some planes approaching very close to the ground. It's not accompanied by explosions, but the reporter says it's unprecedented in frequency.

This remains a very precarious situation, and as I said in response to another comment, today the naked truth of Israeli agression has them flipping about like fish out of water extracted from the safety of their lies.

Unfortunately, with their lies and brutality exposed, they are now cornered. We can only anticipate even more desperate measures on their part, as their only recourse is unbridled terror.

I pray to God that I am wrong.



In ten minutes, it will be reduced to 12hrs. Israelis measure in dog years.


Israel reserves the right to attack ANY target that it SUSPECTS is about to target it.


At Sunday, July 30, 2006, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Time's up!

At Sunday, July 30, 2006, Blogger The Sphinx said...

"Israel reserves the right to attack ANY target that it SUSPECTS is about to target it."

That'll be it's carte-blanche for attacking whatever it wants to. Scum..

At Sunday, July 30, 2006, Blogger Unknown said...

Government buildings and residential buildings are right next to one another in Tel Aviv and in every capital in the world.

Bombing to fight guerrillas is the extreme act of cowardice. Go in there on foot, and fight like men.

Dresden, Hiroshima, Nagasaki, Baghdad, Lebanon - all extreme acts of cowardice - that's the crucial point.

There is a silver lining to all this, however perverse it may sound: all people under 40 (more than half the world population) were not around in '48, '67, '73 or '82. But they've seen it now - Zionism at its best - in the age of the Internet.

Who said Israel hit the self-destruct button???

At Sunday, July 30, 2006, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Just in - Israel bombed a Lebanese Catholic radio station

Great now they have the Muslims AND the Catholics P.O.ed -- who are they going after next? The Amish? The Buddhists? The Church of the Flying Spaghetti Monster?

BEIRUT, Lebanon, JULY 30, 2006 Radio MNS, an Arabic Catholic radio station, was one of the many means of communication recently silenced by Israeli bombs in Lebanon....
Buisson explained that the radio had broadcast prayer and the Mass in Arabic 14 hours a day, and "covered Lebanon, Syria, southern Turkey, eastern Iraq, northern Palestine and Jordan."

(rest of article at link)

At Sunday, July 30, 2006, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Notice the barely contained glee at these deaths from the anti-Israeli crowd. You delight in their deaths because you think it will help you win an argument on the internet.


At Sunday, July 30, 2006, Anonymous Anonymous said...

GLEE??? Have you ever been in a warzone? Obviously not.

When faced with the unimaginable one often resorts to sarcasm because it is the only way to survive. Unless you're a sociopath like it appears many in both the U.S.. and Israeli governments are.

I don't want to win an argument on the internet: I want to educate others so that they can educate others.

I want Catholics to call their parrishes and protest. I want them to take the pictures of the dead of Qana and the Gaza Strip to every church in their diocese and show every single person coming out what Israel is using their tax dollars for.

I want them to call the Vatican and scream. That's what I want.

At Sunday, July 30, 2006, Anonymous Anonymous said...

The only silver lining in any of this is the impending flaming death of I$rael.

At Sunday, July 30, 2006, Blogger DigitalSpy said...

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At Sunday, July 30, 2006, Blogger qrswave said...

Digital, you know that I care about you. I appreciate your efforts and very much appreciate your continued support, but I find that statement very offensive as I believe that Jesus is God's prophet and that he is the son of the virgin Mary, peace be upon her.

It is not necessary nor helpful to insult him or her, especially since we all value the same things whether or not we believe in God and His prophets.

Just because some people (calling themselves Christians) grossly misinterpret the word of God and kill and pillage in His name, that does not justify defaming the name and reputation of people who others believe are God's prophets.

Please, I beseech you to accord them some measure of respect (not endearment), if only for my sake. Thanks.

At Sunday, July 30, 2006, Blogger Su said...

Would you guys be intrested in carrying amnesty international's "Irrepressible Info" content- it automatically updates with exerpts of censored content from other political internet sites and is downloadable at http://irrepressible.info/. I created a blog to carry it but it would be so much more useful on sites with substantial readership- if you could pass the message around it would help.

Another query- does anyone know of accepted procedures for estimating accurate crowd numbers at rallies and protests? It seems that one method in which information is distorted for propaganda purposes is by selective under or over reporting of crowds at these events. Cheers.

At Sunday, July 30, 2006, Blogger DigitalSpy said...


This radio broadcast explains everything you ever wanted to know about crowd estimation and solves many of the myth's about it.

At Sunday, July 30, 2006, Blogger qrswave said...

Thanks, Digital. You are an angel.


At Sunday, July 30, 2006, Blogger Michael Price said...


Good points. The Israeli bombing of Lebanon has seemed to me to be especially cowardly, since civilians have been targeted and because Lebanon has no real airforce with which to fight back.

Your other point is accurate as well: countless millions of young people around the world are witnessing these events. Most of the world, unlike the US, Canada, and Britain, still have the freedom to allow the media to report the events honestly.

There will come a day of reckoning for the Zionists, perhaps not in the immediate future but within a decade or two. Someday they will have to answer for their war crimes.

At Sunday, July 30, 2006, Blogger Nepos Libertas said...

I took the time to write up a blog entry in light of Qana massacre.

It's exhaustively thoughtout that went through a few rough draft stages before I finally submit to post the entry.

The post would be properly perceived as disturbingly polemical with a touch of hard Swiftian satire.

Whew. Back to relaxing, doing house chores and returning to work the next day...

At Monday, July 31, 2006, Blogger DigitalSpy said...

what happened to the anonymous-megas? I guess registering is too difficult for them.

qrs: never my intention to upset you. I believe Jesus was a man with a message and that message got him killed. I believe I have removed all comments that may have offended YOU.
I really couldn't give two hoots about christian sensibilities and all I wanted to do was try and shock them into doing some research for themselves.
I am still trying to IM you but it aint working. I think I have come across something very relevant but cannot really just comment it because it will be gone probably shortly after the megas get to it.

At Monday, July 31, 2006, Blogger gordonthevet said...

Get Real,

I am a Catholic, and I have to say after seeing graphic pictures of the children killed, I could care less about the christian being offended by general comments - what offends me is the death of so much innocense. Any man who insults christians or any other religion is reacting to this TRULY offensive material and to the Christian Whack jobs that would readily support the genocide of the entire muslim community and the onset of Armageddon.

At Monday, July 31, 2006, Blogger Alan Cabal said...

Perhaps if people worldwide begin killing, say, five or six Jews wherever they are for every child killed by Israel, they might stop.

Certainly it would diminish the tedium of the nonstop Jewish whining. It's just a thought.

At Monday, July 31, 2006, Blogger Alan Cabal said...

A more humane solution might be found in redirecting all of the aid we give to Israel to Lebanon, to help them rebuild. Then Israel would be forced to rely on stolen software and pornography to survive. The Dutch do better porn, and the Bulgarians are the kings of piracy. Israel would just fade away, like the bad dream it is.

At Monday, July 31, 2006, Blogger qrswave said...

digital, nevermind friend. Give me your yahoo handle again. I misplaced it. Or just add me as a friend (qrswave) and let's chat.

You can always send email to qrswave@yahoo.com

And yeah getting rid of the anonymous worked pretty well.People are going to have to own up to their comments.Too many whiners roaming around.

mathman, of course the lives of innocent people are more important than insults. But, the two aren't mutually exclusive.

Alan, I think redirecting aid to any coutry would be better than giving it to Israel.

At Monday, July 31, 2006, Blogger DigitalSpy said...

It appears to be against the rules to kill innocent(very loosely used in this context) Zionists. I don't have a problem with jews except for the ones that live in Israel and the ones that support Israel. Then again if they knew the religion they profess to follow then they would know that in the eyes of God they are heretics.

At Monday, July 31, 2006, Blogger DigitalSpy said...

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At Monday, July 31, 2006, Blogger DigitalSpy said...

i can see your mesages and have authorised you and I can see what your saying but for some reason my messages don't appear to be leaving my PC. My email address is digitalspy42@yahoo.com.au

At Monday, July 31, 2006, Blogger Alan Cabal said...

For every dead innocent Lebanese child, six dead innocent Jews.

Until it ends.

At Monday, July 31, 2006, Blogger qrswave said...

"For every dead innocent Lebanese child, six dead innocent Jews."

That's as ridiculous as it is evil.

What's up with you? Are you some sort of agent provocateur?

At Monday, July 31, 2006, Blogger Alan Cabal said...

No, I was drunk & angry as hell. Please remove that, it's stupid.

At Monday, July 31, 2006, Blogger Alan Cabal said...

This endless wave of dead children killed with our tax dollars is driving me slowly insane. The way to stop it is to cut off all aid to Israel. It is OUR responsibility to rebuild Lebanon. This is OUR holocaust. And we have an obligation to raise ourselves above the level of violence. Things can and have been accomplished without it.

I've never been this angry. I was treated better in Beirut than in my own New York. Which one of those faces I see bought me a drinK? Which one shared coffee with me? Which child made me smile? Where are the youth of Monot Street?

It's a struggle to remain rational in the face of such barbarous aggression.

At Monday, July 31, 2006, Blogger ksdrover said...

This is deplorable. IF they are fighting 'terror' then why do I see all these dead children's pictures on my miniter? I have yet to see a single picture of a 'captured terrorist' or even a 'dead terrorist'. What were they all pulverized? Did they spontaneously combust or evaporate? Did run off faster than an incoming artillery shell and leave the women and children to suffer? NO to all of them, especially the last one.

I was disappointed when 'israel' refused to grant the 72 hour ceasefire. I am outraged that my computer screen is filled with the results of that refusal. I errantly believed after causing such carnage that perhaps they would 'go to a neutral corner' and give the people and the world a moment to collect themselves. My heart grieves for these children.

I find myself at a loss for words right now. I need a break from this crap, as I'm sure my brothers and sisters and their children are in far greater need of one than I.



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