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2014-02-10 05:55:59 PM
I don't want your blood money
oh that doesn't matter our expenses are good...
 
2014-02-10 06:08:27 PM

TappingTheVein: Uncle Tractor: You, apparently.

Don't get me wrong, i'm not judging you. i'm just curious how deep is the level of your delusional stupidity regarding this matter.
The most notorious anti-semitic literature being a raging best seller in Iran is purely coincidental ? Iranian academia teaching anti-semitic jewish conspiracies is a joke by the lecturer ?


All countries have a gutter.

Once we were alarmed when we discovered anti-Israeli propaganda, accompanied by racist caricatures, which was included in textbooks used by refugee children in Gaza. And now it is clear, although only few parents know about it, that we, the Israelis, are employing much worse material of racist hatred which is accompanied by caricatures no less racist.

I guess it's not racist when israelis do it.

But it's about Israel right ?.. right ?

Israel and zionism is the driving force behind today's hostility towards jews, so yes, it is.
 
2014-02-10 06:17:20 PM
I can imagine a day when Iran has a moderate, secular president who does away with all the old hate and intolerance.

And I can imagine our government killing him and installing a dictator in his place.
 
2014-02-10 06:40:31 PM
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I don't like this C-note, Rosato..
 
2014-02-10 06:59:53 PM

Uncle Tractor: All countries have a gutter.


I repeat:

Uncle Tractor: Why does this surprise anyone? It's about Israel, not jews.


He made that statement about the topic at hand with a straight face. He wasn't kidding. About Iran, one of the biggest anti-semitic places in the world.

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Uncle Tractor: Once we were alarmed when we discovered anti-Israeli propaganda, accompanied by racist caricatures, which was included in textbooks used by refugee children in Gaza. And now it is clear, although only few parents know about it, that we, the Israelis, are employing much worse material of racist hatred which is accompanied by caricatures no less racist.

I guess it's not racist when israelis do it.


Oh yes. The "but..but..israel" approach. Definitely will diminish the incredible stupidity of your statement. Should i mentioned that you pulled that link from an islamic propaganda site ? quoting a rabid post-zionist haaretz piece which is a farking joke ? nah, why bother. I don't want to diminish the efforts you made digging for that, um, source.

Great site by the way, i'm digging the beauty of Jihad piece.
You do realize you buried yourself even deeper with that farking joke of a site right ? or are you too farking stupid to realize that one as well ?

Uncle Tractor: Israel and zionism is the driving force behind today's hostility towards jews, so yes, it is.


Oh yes. Just like it did prior to the existence of Israel.
Repeating your delusional bullshiat won't somehow make it reality. Do some reading about anti-semitism in Iran (and the arab world for that matter) before Israel existed before you humiliate yourself further (if that's even possible..).
 
2014-02-10 07:05:46 PM
The one thing they need: Money. They still want the US to bomb you.
 
2014-02-10 07:12:43 PM

Uncle Tractor: Once we were alarmed when we discovered anti-Israeli propaganda, accompanied by racist caricatures, which was included in textbooks used by refugee children in Gaza. And now it is clear, although only few parents know about it, that we, the Israelis, are employing much worse material of racist hatred which is accompanied by caricatures no less racist.


Ok, i just realized where I heard that name 'danidin' before mentioned in that Haaretz link. It's a children's book from over 40 farking years ago.
Farking idiot. Good stuff, very recent and relevant. You didn't check the date on that article did you.

By the way thank you for that site you linked too, very counterproductive for you but some incredible stuff. The anti-evolution link seems to be dead but the Islamic perspective link is very entertaining. I'm currently at the 'spirit of Jihad' bit.
 
2014-02-10 07:24:15 PM
I blame the Pope!
 
2014-02-10 07:34:52 PM

mayIFark: Propaganda.

/Just trying to figure out why right wing nuts will try to spin this.


What's the rationale of labeling this 'spin'?  That's what everything is: propaganda, spin.  You think any government gives anything if they don't think they're getting something in return?  It doesn't always have to be tangible.

And of course they do this because they realize the world doesn't have a high opinion of them, which rather shows your right wing nuts aren't entirely as nutty as you'd wish them to be. 

/though, I mean, they surely are nutty, of course.
 
2014-02-10 07:37:05 PM

Mercutio74: Hmmm... I don't even...  well..   hmm.  Good job.

I have a feeling this is also a signal to the western world that Iran's ready to get out of timeout permanently.


Too bad Israel and the Saudis don't want to see that happen. And we just go along with it like their little biatch.
 
2014-02-10 07:58:53 PM
Wet's see, Iwan has stated on multiple occasions that they want to obwibewate Iswael.  They are sitting on the largest fuel deposit in the wowld but need nucwear.

That's why we think wiberals are useful idiots.  Don't wowwy, a wepubwican will cwean up the mess.
 
2014-02-10 08:29:45 PM

Mean Daddy: Wet's see, Iwan has stated on multiple occasions that they want to obwibewate Iswael.  They are sitting on the largest fuel deposit in the wowld but need nucwear.

That's why we think wiberals are useful idiots.  Don't wowwy, a wepubwican will cwean up the mess.


So you mean your "friend" Biggus Dickus?

Liberals don't need people like you to protect them from other people like you.
 
2014-02-10 08:49:46 PM

geek_mars: Between Pope Francis and Iranian President Rouhani, it's like oppressive regimes are starting to take a turn for the better. Now if we can just get Syria's Assad to follow suit we'll be looking at some real progress.


The neocons will run out of people to fear and loathe. Then what will they do?
 
2014-02-10 08:56:31 PM

TappingTheVein: The most notorious anti-semitic literature being a raging best seller in Iran is purely coincidental ?



Not even wrong. What are you talking about? What list? When? Or do you mean best seller in the sense that it 'was sold'?
 
2014-02-10 09:18:52 PM
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2014-02-10 10:48:42 PM
Hmm, I was under the impression that the largest middle eastern Jewish community outside of Israel might be a good gauge to see if, in fact, Iran had a problem with Jews as a whole rather than just Israel.

It seems that, despite all the extremely generous offers of financial compensation to come to live in Israel, the Jews in Iran - perhaps one of the oldest Jewish communities in the world - have been quite happy to stay in Iran.

From this, we can only conclude that the Jews in Iran are a bunch of anti-Semitic monsters who spend their days dreaming up ways to destroy every Jew in the world, including themselves.

Why won't these Jews stop hating on the Jews? What have the Jews ever done to the Jews that was so bad?

If only all the people of the world, both Jew and Jew, could get along, then the world would be a better place.
 
2014-02-10 11:59:16 PM

Mean Daddy: They are sitting on the largest fuel deposit in the wowld but need nucwear.


Every barrel used domestically is one less they can sell for cash.

Best Princess Celestia: He's a politician, so he's still giving away someone else' money to someone else.


Iran is an oil exporter. They get cash from other places that want that oil and use the money on stuff they need at home. Sort of like what Alaska claims to be but without handouts for multimillion dollar bridges to islands with less than a dozen people.
 
2014-02-11 12:14:33 AM
 
2014-02-11 12:30:42 AM

m00: mayIFark: /Just trying to figure out why right wing nuts will try to spin this.

I'll take a stab at this :) I'm kinda a wing nut.

I think Iran is making peaceful gestures towards the Jewish Community, and ultimately Israel. Iran is so belligerent that it's put the Saudis and Israelis on the same side. That has to be a wake up call.


Arabs and Persians have long been at odds. Nothing new.
 
2014-02-11 12:54:29 AM
I'm curious to know how it is to be a Jew in Iran. I'd go there and find out for myself, if it weren't so likely that I'd be imprisoned and murdered.
 
2014-02-11 03:09:30 AM

murray208: Not even wrong. What are you talking about? What list? When? Or do you mean best seller in the sense that it 'was sold'?


I thought that it was obvious. Are you not familiar with the popularity of the, um, book in the arab/islamic world ? i suggest you do some reading about it.
 
2014-02-11 03:13:02 AM

The Repeated Meme: It seems that, despite all the extremely generous offers of financial compensation to come to live in Israel, the Jews in Iran - perhaps one of the oldest Jewish communities in the world - have been quite happy to stay in Iran


Oh yes. The fact that their numbers dropped from around 150,000 to around 20,000 - 25,000 means absolutely nothing.
 
2014-02-11 04:55:33 AM

TappingTheVein: The most notorious anti-semitic literature being a raging best seller in Iran is purely coincidental ? Iranian academia teaching anti-semitic jewish conspiracies is a joke by the lecturer ?


How's Oral Roberts University doing these days? "The Turner Diaries" still selling well in the US, are they?
 
2014-02-11 06:15:27 AM

Summoner101: Didn't we already know the current Iranian president is less of an asshole than the former Iranian president?


I'm pretty sure the Iranian clerics made Ahmadinajad the president to cement their (large) power base of violent, ignorant, religious assholes.  Once he'd shot his mouth off for a few years, murdered some protesters and hanged a few homos, and let them know that there wasn't going to be any secular revolution happening, they bring this guy in prevent the US from getting too fed up with them and start dropping bombs/more sanctions.  The long term plan is "rinse and repeat".
 
2014-02-11 06:34:38 AM

TappingTheVein: Oh yes. The "but..but..israel" approach.


...And when someone says something critical about Israel, we see the "but ...but ...Sudan" approach. (or Saudi Arabia, or Iran or ...)

Definitely will diminish the incredible stupidity of your statement. Should i mentioned that you pulled that link from an islamic propaganda site ? quoting a rabid post-zionist haaretz piece which is a farking joke ?

It's a "rabid post-zionist joke" because ...you disagree with it? Sounds like the "self-loathing jew" script to me.

Uncle Tractor: Israel and zionism is the driving force behind today's hostility towards jews, so yes, it is.

Oh yes. Just like it did prior to the existence of Israel.


Before the early aliyahs, the driving force behind anti-jewish bigotry was Christianity -- not Islam. The history of the sephardim really highlights this.

Repeating your delusional bullshiat won't somehow make it reality. Do some reading about anti-semitism in Iran (and the arab world for that matter) before Israel existed before you humiliate yourself further (if that's even possible..).

Yes, because every bad thing that ever was done to a jew was motivated by hatred of jews.

*eye roll*

Being a minority often sucks ...even for the black jews of Israel.
 
2014-02-11 06:48:26 AM

TappingTheVein: Ok, i just realized where I heard that name 'danidin' before mentioned in that Haaretz link. It's a children's book from over 40 farking years ago.
Farking idiot. Good stuff, very recent and relevant. You didn't check the date on that article did you.


Yeah, my bad. Here's something more recent:

1999:
Israeli school textbooks as well as children's storybooks, according to recent academic studies and surveys, portray Palestinians and Arabs as "murderers," "rioters," "suspicious," and generally backward and unproductive. Direct delegitimization and negative stereotyping of Palestinians and Arabs are the rule rather than the exception in Israeli schoolbooks.

2004:
Referring to Israeli texts of the '80s and '90s, Bar-Tal reports: "Geography books for the elementary and junior high schools stereotype Arabs negatively, as primitive, dirty, agitated, aggressive, and hostile to Jews ... history books in the elementary schools hardly mention Arabs ... history textbooks of the high schools, the majority of which cover the Arab-Jewish conflict, stereotype the Arabs negatively. Arabs are presented as intransigent and uncompromising."

So I've got three examples; from 1974, 1999, and 2004. I guess this means that anti-arab bigotry in israeli literature is not the works of a small group of extremists, not a passing trend, but a permanent fixture of the israeli eduction system.
 
2014-02-11 06:51:07 AM

Uncle Tractor: Referring to Israeli texts of the '80s and '90s, Bar-Tal reports: "Geography books for the elementary and junior high schools stereotype Arabs negatively, as primitive, dirty, agitated, aggressive, and hostile to Jews ... history books in the elementary schools hardly mention Arabs ... history textbooks of the high schools, the majority of which cover the Arab-Jewish conflict, stereotype the Arabs negatively. Arabs are presented as intransigent and uncompromising."


Huh ... fark threw away the link.
 
2014-02-11 07:12:52 AM

TappingTheVein: murray208: Not even wrong. What are you talking about? What list? When? Or do you mean best seller in the sense that it 'was sold'?

I thought that it was obvious. Are you not familiar with the popularity of the, um, book in the arab/islamic world ? i suggest you do some reading about it.


Yep, that's obviously a bestseller and not at all anecdotal. Say, I heard you can buy Mein Kampf on Amazon. Sound the alarm!
 
2014-02-11 08:11:55 AM

Mean Daddy: That's why we think wiberals are useful idiots. Don't wowwy, a wepubwican will cwean up the mess.


As weak as this was, you did get me to look up "Council Tucky" and I found this gem on Urban Dictionary:

"The dingy asshole of America (whereas Omaha is the wonderful, silky inner thigh) where all is well if you drive a sputtering multi-colored vehicle and have a mullet so dirty and full of nasties that it's almost sentient. Also known as Council Bluffs, Counciltucky looks like a mythical drab, rundown, post-apocalyptic world where nobody knows the definition of tooth care, showers, vehicle maintenance, or proper driving. However, this is no fantasy. It is a sad and horrifying reality.

Everything is grey and old and broken. Even the prostitutes. Merely driving through Counciltucky with the car windows rolled down will get you a contact meth high.
An overall sh*tty place to even think about, let alone live in or drive through."
 
2014-02-11 08:29:21 AM

Uncle Tractor: It's a "rabid post-zionist joke" because ...you disagree with it? Sounds like the "self-loathing jew" script to me.


Explain to me how the hell does it diminish the stupidity of your statements in any way or form ? i'm saying it's completely irrelevant.

Uncle Tractor: Before the early aliyahs, the driving force behind anti-jewish bigotry was Christianity -- not Islam. The history of the sephardim really highlights this.


You of course didn't understand what i was saying. I'll repeat: It's not Israel, it's jews. Plain and simple, as it has always been. Go over all the examples i provided in this thread, explicit anti-semitism, same as traditional anti-semitism down to the conspiracies bullshiat.

Uncle Tractor: Yes, because every bad thing that ever was done to a jew was motivated by hatred of jews.

*eye roll*


Never said that , simply pointed out that you are flat out wrong, period.

Uncle Tractor: Being a minority often sucks ...even for the black jews of Israel.


Again bringing in irrelevant shiat (that was refuted quite some time ago) that you have no clue about. You were wrong, hilariously so. Deal with it.
 
2014-02-11 08:37:37 AM

Uncle Tractor: 1999:
Israeli school textbooks as well as children's storybooks, according to recent academic studies and surveys, portray Palestinians and Arabs as "murderers," "rioters," "suspicious," and generally backward and unproductive. Direct delegitimization and negative stereotyping of Palestinians and Arabs are the rule rather than the exception in Israeli schoolbooks.


Nope, referencing old stuff from the same period of your original article. Read the farking link yourself.

Uncle Tractor: Referring to Israeli texts of the '80s and '90s, Bar-Tal reports: "Geography books for the elementary and junior high schools stereotype Arabs negatively, as primitive, dirty, agitated, aggressive, and hostile to Jews ... history books in the elementary schools hardly mention Arabs ... history textbooks of the high schools, the majority of which cover the Arab-Jewish conflict, stereotype the Arabs negatively. Arabs are presented as intransigent and uncompromising."


No link ?

Uncle Tractor: So I've got three examples; from 1974, 1999, and 2004. I guess this means that anti-arab bigotry in israeli literature is not the works of a small group of extremists, not a passing trend, but a permanent fixture of the israeli eduction system.


No you didn't and if you think this has any comparison to the anti-semitic, rabid incitement of the arab/palestinians you are beyond clueless. I suggest some reading on the subject.
 
2014-02-11 08:41:34 AM

murray208: Yep, that's obviously a bestseller and not at all anecdotal. Say, I heard you can buy Mein Kampf on Amazon. Sound the alarm!


Yes, arab anti-semitic literature in arab/islamic countries is anecdotal.
I don't think i can stress out how farking hilariously stupid that remark is. Seriously, it's bordering on comedic genius.

Here's your anecdotal evidence.
 
2014-02-11 09:00:27 AM

TappingTheVein: murray208: Yep, that's obviously a bestseller and not at all anecdotal. Say, I heard you can buy Mein Kampf on Amazon. Sound the alarm!

Yes, arab anti-semitic literature in arab/islamic countries is anecdotal.
I don't think i can stress out how farking hilariously stupid that remark is. Seriously, it's bordering on comedic genius.

Here's your anecdotal evidence.


NOT A BESTSELLER. I know you can only move the goalposts at this point, but please try harder.
 
2014-02-11 09:25:38 AM

murray208: NOT A BESTSELLER. I know you can only move the goalposts at this point, but please try harder.


Oh i'm sorry. One of the most popular anti-semitic literature in the arab/islamic world but i don't have the sales figures so it's anecdotal, right ?

Right ?
 
2014-02-11 09:35:47 AM

Uncle Tractor: Huh ... fark threw away the link.


For a good reason apparently, because describing arabs as ' negatively. Arabs are presented as intransigent and uncompromising'When presenting the palestinan-Israeli conflict was not exactly far fetched ? do you remember the slaughter of Israelis, was not exactly gentle if i recall from that period, especially the 90's.

Do you compare that to this ? and this ? are you farking joking ?
And how the hell does this in any shape or form has anything to do with your stupidly wrong original statement ?
 
2014-02-11 09:39:24 AM

murray208: NOT A BESTSELLER. I know you can only move the goalposts at this point, but please try harder.


And here's some more evidence about it being a best seller and extremely popular in the arab/islamic world. Or maybe the Lebanese were playing a joke placing it on the best sellers list ?
 
2014-02-11 09:41:31 AM

TappingTheVein: murray208: NOT A BESTSELLER. I know you can only move the goalposts at this point, but please try harder.

Oh i'm sorry. One of the most popular anti-semitic literature in the arab/islamic world but i don't have the sales figures so it's anecdotal, right ?

Right ?


You said it was a raging bestseller. That means it has some _current_, _popular_ support (and not popular as in popular amongst antisemetic literature, popular in the general population). I'm sure you could find evidence of that if it were true.
 
2014-02-11 10:04:35 AM

murray208: You said it was a raging bestseller. That means it has some _current_, _popular_ support (and not popular as in popular amongst antisemetic literature, popular in the general population). I'm sure you could find evidence of that if it were true.


So you're saying the info in this link is anecdotal ? no current popular support ? i'm just trying to understand the level of retardation so i can accommodate accordingly.
 
2014-02-11 10:23:56 AM

murray208: That means it has some _current_, _popular_ support


It's especially popular among the PA. Currently. Also the (current) Hamas charter section is based on it.
Here some viewing and reading material (of current, popular support). Enjoy.
 
2014-02-11 10:24:42 AM

TappingTheVein: murray208: You said it was a raging bestseller. That means it has some _current_, _popular_ support (and not popular as in popular amongst antisemetic literature, popular in the general population). I'm sure you could find evidence of that if it were true.

So you're saying the info in this link is anecdotal ? no current popular support ? i'm just trying to understand the level of retardation so i can accommodate accordingly.


Links about palestine? A reference to a magasine in iran in 1999? You are really digging. We're talking about iran, today.
 
2014-02-11 10:39:04 AM

murray208: Links about palestine? A reference to a magasine in iran in 1999? You are really digging. We're talking about iran, today.


You are really clueless about this aren't you. Link, Link, link, Link etc and so on.
 
2014-02-11 10:47:30 AM
I also recommend reading about contemporary Iranian book publishers and their merchandise. They have a taste for the classics.
Also a link mentioning the bestseller status. Apparently the iranians expanded on the original version. Very creative of them.
 
2014-02-11 03:09:21 PM

TappingTheVein: Explain to me how the hell does it diminish the stupidity of your statements in any way or form ? i'm saying it's completely irrelevant.


It's "irrelevant" because it clashes with your narrative.

Uncle Tractor: Before the early aliyahs, the driving force behind anti-jewish bigotry was Christianity -- not Islam. The history of the sephardim really highlights this.

You of course didn't understand what i was saying. I'll repeat: It's not Israel, it's jews.


It's not jews; it's Israel, and you know it.

Uncle Tractor: Being a minority often sucks ...even for the black jews of Israel.

Again bringing in irrelevant shiat (that was refuted quite some time ago) that you have no clue about. You were wrong, hilariously so. Deal with it.


*CAMERA*? You're using CAMERA as evidence of anything? Really? However, it's telling that you had to resort to a shoddy outfit like CAMERA to "debunk" this story. Even Faux News has more credibility than CAMERA. Could you not find  any reputable news site that actually proves that the israeli eugenics program never happened?

BTW: Your CAMERA article was ripped apart the previous time you Israel-apologists posted it on fark. It disproves nothing, yet you keep on posting it.
 
2014-02-11 03:12:56 PM

TappingTheVein: Nope, referencing old stuff from the same period of your original article. Read the farking link yourself.


Yes, because 1974, 1999, and 2004 are all the same period.
 
2014-02-11 03:15:30 PM

TappingTheVein: Uncle Tractor: Huh ... fark threw away the link.

For a good reason apparently, because describing arabs as ' negatively. Arabs are presented as intransigent and uncompromising'When presenting the palestinan-Israeli conflict was not exactly far fetched ?


I see you conveniently omitted the bit about "primitive, dirty, agitated, aggressive, and hostile to Jews" in your little quote.
 
2014-02-11 03:29:51 PM

Uncle Tractor: It's "irrelevant" because it clashes with your narrative.


No, it's irrelevant because it has nothing to do with your hilariously stupid original comment. This is the 3rd time i'm saying this, are you farking retarded ?

Uncle Tractor: It's not jews; it's Israel, and you know it.


The proof i provided over and over again in this thread suggests otherwise and you know it. Lie to yourself as much as you like, i don't care.
It still won't change the fact that rabid anti-semitism (Jews, not Israel) is alive and well in Iran.

It farking amazes me that you dismissed this as "All countries have a gutter", as if you have been huffing paint for the last couple of decades while living under a rock, not realizing some of the basics facts about Iran's culture and society (or other arab/islamic nations for that matter).

Uncle Tractor: *CAMERA*? You're using CAMERA as evidence of anything? Really?


A link with cited proof, from the original publication, facts which you can double check, all in there. Point a single fact they present which is false, a single one. Your bullshiat was refuted some time ago. Squint your eyes and cover your ears as much as you want, it won't change the fact that your bullshiat accusations about Israel are nonsense.

Uncle Tractor: BTW: Your CAMERA article was ripped apart the previous time you Israel-apologists posted it on fark. It disproves nothing, yet you keep on posting it.


by all means, point to a single fact they present which is incorrect.
Do you have any more irrelevant bullshiat to bring up which has absolutely nothing to do with what we were discussing in a pathetic attempt to evade the fact that you drank the iranian kool aid and made one of the most stupid comments i have ever seen on Fark ?
 
2014-02-11 03:37:25 PM

Uncle Tractor: Yes, because 1974, 1999, and 2004 are all the same period


No, the books they referenced were as i explained quite clearly. I'll add pictures next time.

Uncle Tractor: I see you conveniently omitted the bit about "primitive, dirty, agitated, aggressive, and hostile to Jews" in your little quote.


It wasn't the section i was referring to about the conflict. I would really like to see the original text you are referring to, i have a feeling, like everything you posted so far, it's total bullshiat.

I see you conveniently ignored all the proof i provided pointing out that your original comment, the one we were discussing before you went on your various irrelevant tangents, is a farking joke.
 
2014-02-11 04:45:14 PM
Somebody close this thread and put it out of its misery.
 
2014-02-11 05:44:01 PM

TappingTheVein: Uncle Tractor: *CAMERA*? You're using CAMERA as evidence of anything? Really?

A link with cited proof, from the original publication, facts which you can double check, all in there.


Have they added any new "facts" that weren't there the previous time that article was used as "proof" that this never happened? Because if they haven't, then I'm not going to waste more time on it. There were facts in it, but none that disproved the existence of the eugenics program. It was just a poorly written hasbarah piece.

Uncle Tractor: BTW: Your CAMERA article was ripped apart the previous time you Israel-apologists posted it on fark. It disproves nothing, yet you keep on posting it.

by all means, point to a single fact they present which is incorrect.


How about you quote the proof part of the article?

Also, don't you find it just a little bit suspicious that CAMERA is the  only website / blog that has managed to "debunk" the israeli eugenics program? (do you know of others?)

BTW:
The women's testimony could help explain the almost 50-percent decline over the past 10 years in the birth rate of Israel's Ethiopian community. According to the program, while the women were still in transit camps in Ethiopia they were sometimes intimidated or threatened into taking the injection. "They told us they are inoculations," said one of the women interviewed. "They told us people who frequently give birth suffer. We took it every three months. We said we didn't want to."
 
2014-02-11 05:48:50 PM

TappingTheVein: t wasn't the section i was referring to about the conflict. I would really like to see the original text you are referring to, i have a feeling, like everything you posted so far, it's total bullshiat.


You can find the links in my posts. Enjoy.
 
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