Thursday, March 29, 2012

Looks like Iran is giving Israel open season on Muslim invaders

Looks like Iran is giving Israel open season on Muslim invaders

Iran flying thousands of Jew-hating pro-Palestinian terrorist supporters to Syria, who will join what Muslims and lefties are hoping will be a million protesters or more, attempting to break through Israel borders and take over Jerusalem, eternal capital of Israel.

DEBKA  Israel boosted its Syrian and Lebanese border units as special flights carrying thousands of pro-Palestinian activists from Tehran touched down in Damascus Tuesday, March 27 for the international Global March to Jerusalem Friday, March 30.
FRONTPAGE  The Global March to Jerusalem is being billed as a peaceful march, but in reality it’s a Muslim crusade calling for the ethnic cleansing of a Jewish city and a number of its organizers have Hamas ties and have made genocidal statements about the Jews.

Tipping its hand is the logo of the Global March which encompasses all of Israel from Kiryat Shmona in the north all the way down to Eilat in the south, making it quite clear that this isn’t just about one city; it’s about all of them and all the land around them. It’s about the complete destruction of Israel.
Like the Gaza Flotilla, the Global March depends heavily on harnessing Western useful idiots, whom it needs in order to avoid looking like the Iran/Hamas ethnic cleansing project that it is. Like revenants summoned from their crypt, the living dead of the left, widely discredited, morally bankrupt and repugnantly shrill, rise to the call of their Islamic masters.
Protests are set to take place along the Israeli borders and at various Israeli embassies in Europe. Although the protests are primarily comprised of Arab protesters, the movement has received endorsements from a number of high profile European and American NGOs and individuals such as U.S. based NGO Code Pink and public figures such as Cornel West, Tariq Ali, Judith Butler, and Noam Chomsky.

Before taking off, they were split into small groups and tutored by Iranian Al Qods (Arabic name for Jerusalem) Brigades officers in tactics for breaching Israeli border barriers, bursting through and challenging the Israeli military forces defending the border.
On arrival in Damascus, one group of activists was sent by special bus to Lebanon, where Hizballah officers stood by to lead them to villages close to the Israeli frontier; a second is assigned to face Israeli lines on the Golan.
These anti-Israeli activists from several countries are being planted at strategic points to carry out the plan hatched together by Iran, Syria and Hizballah to ignite Israel’s two northern borders in solidarity with the annual Israeli-Arab Earth Day next Friday.
Earlier reports from Damascus that the demonstrators would keep the Quneitra sector of the Golan and the Lebanese Beaufort were meant to put the Israeli command off its stroke by disguising the real scope of their plans and their objective:  a mass assault on Israeli borders. They are programmed to coincide with the outbreaks the Palestinian Authority is preparing for Jerusalem and the West Bank and Israeli-Arab disturbances inside Israel – all on the same day, as debkafile reported earlier Tuesday. The Palestinian extremists of the Gaza Strip will certainly not stand aloof.

Tens of thousands or maybe (as organizers are boasting) millions of allegedly ‘peaceful’ protesters from all over the world will line up Israel’s borders on March 30th, and many of them will physically try to invade the sovereign nation of Israel.
Hopefully Israel will not hesitate to shoot these hostiles who will be penetrating  their country illegally, as any country would (except America on its southern border). Whatever happens, you can be sure the global media will be there condemning Israel for murdering  innocent, unarmed civilians, many of them hoping to become martyrs for the cause, no doubt.
And what would a protest be without the requisite Pallywood cameramen being there to stage fake casualties in case there are none.

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