Hodjanernes Blog

29 september 2014

Kurdere forsøger at hindre Tyrkiet i at forsyne ISIS under angrebt på Kobane

Filed under: ISIS, Jihad, Kurdistan, Syrien, Våben — Tags: — Hodja @ 23:16

KURDS form defensive barrier to stop arming for their attacks on .


Hvad en malajsisk universitetsprofessor opfordrer sine kvindelige studenter til…

Seksuel Jihad – mao. at være feltmadresser for ISIS

Jo, Islam respekterer virkelig kvinder 🙂

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Jeg ved ikke om det er “kvinder” som “denne her”, han tænker på…

Taget herfra, hvor du kan læse mere

Ny forfatter: Nicolai Sennels

Filed under: Bloggere, Danmark — Hodja @ 13:59

Nicolai Sennels begynder at skrive på Hodjanerne fra i dag – vi hilser ham velkommen og håber I tager godt imod ham.

Palæstinensere: Hamas tvangs os ind i raketregn så de kunne vinde medie-krigen mod Israel

Filed under: Antisemitisme, Gaza, HamaSS, Israel, Journalister, Medier DR m.fl., Palæstina - Libanon — nicolaisennels @ 06:01

Læs hele artiklen her – især hvis du er journalist…

“If Hamas does not like you for any reason all they have to do now is say you are a Mossad agent and kill you.” — A., a Fatah member in Gaza.

“Hamas wanted us butchered so it could win the media war against Israel showing our dead children on TV and then get money from Qatar.” — T., former Hamas Ministry officer.

“They would fire rockets and then run away quickly, leaving us to face Israeli bombs for what they did.” — D., Gazan journalist.

“Hamas imposed a curfew: anyone walking out in the street was shot. That way people had to stay in their homes, even if they were about to get bombed. Hamas held the whole Gazan population as a human shield.” — K., graduate student

“The Israeli army allows supplies to come in and Hamas steals them. It seems even the Israelis care for us more than Hamas.” — E., first-aid volunteer.

“We are under Hamas occupation, and if you ask most of us, we would rather be under Israeli occupation… We miss the days when we were able to work inside Israel and make good money. We miss the security and calm Israel provided when it was here.” — S., graduate of an American university, former Hamas sympathizer. …

S., a medical worker, told Zarhan:

“The Israeli army sends warnings to people [Gazans] to evacuate buildings before an attack. The Israelis either call or send a text message. Sometimes they call several times to make sure everyone has been evacuated. Hamas’s strict policy, though, was not to allow us to evacuate. Many people got killed, locked inside their homes by Hamas militants. Hamas’s official Al-Quds TV regularly issued warnings to Gazans not to evacuate their homes. Hamas militants would block the exits to the places residents were asked to evacuate. In the Shijaiya area, people received warnings from the Israelis and tried to evacuate the area, but Hamas militants blocked the exits and ordered people to return to their homes. Some of the people had no choice but to run towards the Israelis and ask for protection for their families. Hamas shot some of those people as they were running; the rest were forced to return to their homes and get bombed. This is how the Shijaiya massacre happened. More than 100 people were killed.'”