Hodjanernes Blog

19 januar 2009

Øje for øje, tand for tand

Filed under: Israel, Medier DR m.fl., Palæstina - Libanon — Hodja @ 13:44

Et af vore mange forhenværende klogehoveder, der ikke kan undvære mediernes bevågenhed, fik 6.jan. på TV2 News lejlighed til at kritisere Israel for at reagere overdrevent og disproportionalt på Hamas´s raketter mod Israels civilbefolkning.

Han foreslog, at Israel i stedet skulle holde sig til det gamle princip om øje for øje og tand for tand – og raket for raket! Med andre ord burde Israel over de senere år have sendt omkring 8000 raketter ind over Gaza rettet specifikt mod civile mål og derved forbrudt sig mod Geneve konventionen og sikkert mange andre konventioner, ligesom Hamas gør det, hver gang de affyrer en raket.

Han har nok glemt, at det kun er palæstinensiske arabere og andre muslimer, der i praksis er fritaget for at overholde alle de konventioner, som vi i Vesten har pålagt os selv.

PM

Britisk sæbe-opera skjuler kors for at tækkes muslimer

Filed under: Demografi, Dhimmi, Immigration, Islam, Kristne, Politisk korrekte, UK — Tags: , — Hodja @ 13:41

Coronation Street, the Brit soap, hid the cross so that Muslims would not be offended.

The scene was the Christian sanctuary interior for a wedding ceremony. There was the cross in full view.. But it had to be sliced out of the picture in order that Islamics would stay happy.

It’s a 14th-century edifice. The environs are gorgeous as far as Christian churches are concerned. In the focus of it all is, of course, the Christian cross. Why not?

Dødstrusler mod radiovært

Filed under: Australien, Islam, Medier DR m.fl., Tørklæde, Ytringsfrihed — Hodja @ 13:28

En australsk radiovært foreslog et forbud mod hijab i banker og butikker.

Det forslag koster dødstrusler.

Og radioværten skal selvfølgelig bruge tid på at forklare, at han ikke er racist.

The Muslim march the BBC didn’t let you see

The first was filmed outside the Israeli Embassy in London a fortnight ago.

It shows graphically the extent to which the police have lost the ability and the will to face down threats and violence from angry Muslims (compare this pathetic retreat with the truncheon-wielding head-cracking of peaceful Countryside Alliance demonstrators outside Parliament).

The second five minutes of film was shot by an iron-nerved team from BNPtv in Blackburn on Sunday 11th January. As you’ll see the first short section is silent, but still gives a good impression of the scale of the protest.

Despite – or rather, because of – the size of the demo, and its exclusively Muslim nature, none of the broadcast media or national newspapers carried a single word on the story. The BBC in particular gave extensive air-time to rival pro-Palestinian and pro-Israeli protests in London over the same weekend, and mentioned a left-wing rally in Manchester, but all covered up what was probably the largest Islamic protest march in the UK since the Bradford book-burnings against Salman Rushdie and free speech twenty years ago.

The main camera crew, which included Burnley BNP Councillor Derek Dawson and former Blackburn BNP Councillor Robin Evans, were threatened with arrest and escorted out of the town by the police. A second back-up crew with an amateur video camera, however, were not picked up by the police and managed to attend the protest rally itself. This was held in Blackburn’s Corporation Park and included a short but inflammatory speech by Tony Blair’s sister-in-law Lauren Booth, which was recorded under very difficult circumstances by our brave volunteers.

Se filmene her.

Anonyme kommentarer ikke redaktørers ansvar

Filed under: Tonen, Ytringsfrihed — ManInBurka© @ 13:13

Chefjurist for Danske Dagblades Forening mener ikke, at der skal en lovændring til, der gør de enkelte mediers redaktører ansvarlige for indholdet af anonyme kommentarer til blogindlæg i medierne.

Læs videre her

Skal Hodja være ansvarlig for dette:

Muslimsk britisk embedsmand opfordrede til drab på britiske soldater

A senior Muslim civil servant has launched an astonishing verbal onslaught against the Government over its response to Israel’s military strikes in Gaza – and has suggested that killing British troops in Iraq is justified.

Treasury official Azad Ali, president of the Civil Service Islamic Society, now faces the sack over the remarks.

Venstrefløjens ny bibel

Filed under: Loonies, Politisk korrekte, USA/Canada, Venstrefløjen — Tags: , — Hodja @ 13:02

The Nation Guide to the Nation

Jødisk historie

Filed under: Antisemitisme, Historie, Holocaust, Israel, Palæstina - Libanon — Hodja @ 12:54

jewish_history

Tip: GG

Se også IDF chicks vs hamas “girls”

Kujon-agtig HamaSS leder flygtede i ambulance

Palestine Press Agency is reporting that Hamas leader Mahmoud Zahar escaped from Gaza into Egypt using an ambulance.

Mere på Elder of Ziyon

Tip: GG

Med hjælp af Røde Kors?

‘The Beep’ om Gaza-konflikten

Filed under: Antisemitisme, Humor, Israel, Journalister, Medier DR m.fl., Palæstina - Libanon, UK — Tags: , — Hodja @ 12:43

Hugget på En Bombe i en Turban.

Tip: GG

Britisk antisemitisme.

TV-Lægen nægter at støtte ‘Læger Uden grænser’

Mads Gilbert vil ikke støtte organisationen ‘Læger Uden Grænser’ fordi de ikke vil vælge side i Gaza-konflikten.

Aftenposten: It was during a debate on the Culture of Tromsø Thursday night that Gilbert made the statement that he does not want to give money […] The reason was that Gilbert deeply disagrees with the Doctors Without Borders’ working on both sides of a war without taking a position on it. He disagrees with the stated political line. The organization is apolitical and independent.