comes out as an open supporter of Islamic jihad terror against the Jews. "Hamas have every right to fire rockets into Israel".
Fair play to atheist
for calling him on it.
July 2014 thread.
And again in
"Palestinians have a right under international law to resist occupation."
And again in
"Hezbollah did good job kicking Israel out of Lebanon."
He keeps digging in this hole of support for "resistance".
He seems to say
that under the right circumstances he would support firing rockets randomly at Arabs and Iranians!
I tell him:
"I'm glad Israel is more moral than you!"
He comically claims to be "against war".
(He is gung-ho in favour of war. Even when it is not necessary or moral.)
he seems to withdraw his support for rocket fire:
"Nobody has a right to fire rockets at civilians in international law, or any law."
But this contradicts his earlier statement that:
"Hamas have every right to fire rockets into Israel".
This kind of passive-aggressive support for terrorism is common on the left.
He comically says that the sharia thugs of Hamas believe in "freedom".
"Citizen of the world residing in Ireland".
"SlabberCart" has a
supports Hezbollah in
The other person, despite the handle
is gung-ho in favour of terrorist war and violence.
A remarkably common sight on Twitter: "K_M_C_90"
declares on 28 Dec 2014 that he is Irish, not Muslim,
but still a supporter of the Islamic religious jihad against the kuffar.
lots more support for Hamas
from this person.
He also supports
Cathy Hutton tweeted her support for the Hamas Islamic terror group in public.
She then got angry when I quoted her!
It's amazing how often Twitter exchanges end up in the same dark place
- with the opponent (often not a Muslim at all) declaring open support for the Islamic jihad against the Jews.
Cathy Hutton, 15 Nov 2014: "Hamas are freedom fighters".
"people under occupation have right to resist
It is not Islamic Terror Campaign ... Its a struggle for freedom & Justice".
Hamas members explain what they stand for - Islamic terror.
Hamas suicide bomber farewell video.
"There is no god but Allah.
... We are a nation that drinks blood.
We know that there is no better blood than the blood of Jews.
We won't leave you alone until we have quenched our thirst with your blood, and our children's thirst with your blood. We will not rest until you leave the Muslim countries."
These guys are clearly not Islamic terrorists!
Hamas music video:
"Killing Jews is worship that draws us close to Allah".
These guys are clearly not Islamic terrorists.
Islamic terrorists would look quite different to this!
Hamas suicide bomber farewell video:
Jews are descendants of monkeys and pigs.
He will get virgins in paradise as a reward for killing Jews.
Hmm, I wonder what sort of terrorist this guy is?
Anti-Israel Irish people tend to
have simplistic nationalist views of Irish history.
There are the extremist Irish republicans, of course.
But even the more mainstream Irish nationalists have simplistic ideas about Irish history.
Which makes sense, given their simplistic ideas about Israeli and Arab history.
Dara de Brun
has ludicrous views on Israel, the Arabs, the cause of the conflict
and the solution.
It is no surprise that he has ludicrous views of Irish history too.
I asked why Gaza and the PA do not set up a democratic structure while waiting for statehood.
Irish nationalists did.
Ireland has a long and noble democratic tradition that pre-dates 1922.
It is the reason why the Irish revolution led to a democracy.
Catholics got the vote from 1791.
Catholics could stand from 1829.
My own family has had elected members since 1877.
In response to me pointing this out,
Dara de Brun
"Puppet establishment like the PA".
Another anti-Israel person who is a simplistic Irish nationalist.
If you see a Palestinian flag and an Irish flag,
you know you're going to get a very simple view of both Israeli and Irish history.
delivers comic book history
this thread in May 2015.
In the minds of people like this, all years are a jumble. 1652
is the same year as
which is the same year as 1915.
She claims that every Catholic who improved their lot in the 19th century
"worked with the British & against freedom".
Simplistic Maoist drivel.
But dangerous too.
This kind of illiterate, black and white, emotional history has inspired endless violence
in Israel and Ireland,
and will inspire more violence in the future.
Like many simplistic Irish nationalists,
her grasp of Irish history is rudimentary.
She seems to think Catholics were seriously "oppressed" in 1915.
some idiot talks about the
having to be down a side street.
Um yeah, but that was decided in 1803.
This was ancient history long before 1915.
I point out
that, long before 1915,
the tallest building in Ireland was a
"stscholasticas" reveals she has never heard of the Catholic cathedral in Limerick, built in 1861, the tallest building in Ireland.
It's a good rule of thumb that anti-Israel Irish people generally know little about Ireland as well as little about Israel.
Who I block:
I will debate almost anyone.
I love ideas.
I will not debate (and will block) people who do the following:
(a) Make threats.
(b) Accuse me of crimes.
(c) Comment on my appearance.
(d) Drag in stuff about me not related to the topic. (My professional career, my personal life.)
(e) Complain to my employer.
Yes, people do all these things.