Wednesday, January 14, 2009

What constitutes legitimate resistance/objection to the Occupation?

Let's first begin by considering what does NOT constitute legitimate resistance/objection to the Occupation:

1. Armed resistance by Palestinians: is to be branded part of Global Jihad and to be crushed with any means necessary.

2. Capturing Israeli soldiers by Palestinian resistance fighters: is to be branded "kidnapping" and followed by military incursions into Gaza.

3. Peaceful demonstrations by Israeli Arabs: this is to be considered 'fifth column' activity and to be followed with immediate suppression of democratic rights of said Arabs.

4. Peaceful demonstrations by WB Palestinians: seriously to be frowned upon and discouraged by arrests made by more pro-Western Palestinian security forces.

5. Peaceful demonstrations outside of Israel/Palestine: to be considered anti-Zionist, anti-Israeli, possibly anti-Semitic and pro-Jihad.

As regards what does constitute legitimate resistance/objection to the Occupation:

Erm... well... you see... erm... not sure but... surely... I'll get back to you on that one!


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