Tuesday, July 27, 2010

Cameron denounces Israeli blockade of 'Prison Camp" Gaza but forgets British crimes against our nation in the mandate years

"The Israeli attack on the Gaza flotilla was completely unacceptable, Gaza cannot and must not be allowed to remain a prison camp."
(British PM David Cameron July 27 '10)

According to the BBC, no British prime minister has ever spoken so harshly of Israel's handling of Gaza.

Ron Prosor, Israel's ambassador to Britain, reacted quickly to the prime minister's remark, saying that Hamas is responsible for the misery in Gaza.

"The people of Gaza are the prisoners of the terrorist organization Hamas," Prosor said in a statement. "The situation in Gaza is the direct result of Hamas' rule and priorities."

The ambassador also raised the issue of Gilad Shalit, the Israeli soldier taken hostage four years ago who is being held in Gaza.

"We know that the prime minister would also share our grave concerns about our own prisoner in the Gaza Strip, Gilad Shalit, who has been held hostage there for over four years, without receiving a single Red Cross visit," Prosor said.

Cameron denounces Israeli blockade of "Prison Camp" Gaza. that is ruled by a government that is not recognized by any Country as a Nation or the right of a State of their own but is relatively young, therefore he forgets British crimes against our nation that had its right of their promised Homeland in the mandate years.

Israel Forum brings down the fact as it is:
When Jordan occupied Judea and Samaria only 2 states recognized this illegal occupation: Pakistan and Britain. When we build homes to our people in Judea and Samaria e.g in our eternal homeland then the British call it "illegal settle in the west bank".

Not surprising cause the British nation is one of the most hypocrite and cruel in the world which responsible to many crimes, including against our nation and it's time to talk about it.

When the British conquered the land of Israel (as they did to many other lands in the world) in WW1 they decided to establish a Judean house in the land of Israel (Bayit Yehudi be eretz Yisrael) but then they changed their opinion and decided to establish an Arab house in order to please the Arabs.

It's time to take a look at some of the British atrocities against our nation:

- The British closed the land of Israel to Judeans who were escaping from the nazis and by that sentenced their fate to be murdered in the death camps.

- It's a well known fact that the British (and also the other allies, when Bush and Condoleezza Rice visited Israel last year they visited Yad Va Shem museum. Bush asked Condoleezza Rice why the allies didn't bomb the gas chambers and she replied that they couldn't identify them in the camps. Bush answered that he would give an order to identify them and to destroy them from the air. This conversation of them was published in the Israeli media) refused to attack the railways that led Judeans to the death camps although they knew very well to where they led, they flew over them and filmed them, they heard the witnesses who escaped from these camps, they refused also to bomb the gas chambers and the incinerators. Judean survivors say that they would prefer to be killed in this kind of bombing from the air in the price of stopping the genocide. The British (and also the other allies who participated in the bombings) wanted that the nazis will murder more Judeans.

Hundreds of Judean pilots served in the US Air Force and begged to allow them to attack the gas chambers in the death camps but they got refused.

- The British instigated the Arab enemy to carry out terror attacks against Judeans in Israel and prevented from Judeans to hold weapons for self defense against these terror attacks. For example, the Black Sabbath in which the British eliminated the Haganah as a defensive force in one Saturday.

- The British officer Roy Farran kidnaped a 16 years old Israeli boy in the name of Alexander Robovich and smashed his head with a rock. The Hebrew Wikipedia, which is much more detailed and accurate regarding Israeli issues than the English one, and also mentions things that the English one doesn't want to mention, tells that in year 2004 a credible report of Colonel Bernard Ferguson was discovered in which he (Ferguson) says that Roy Farran murdered the boy. The Hebrew Wikipedia tells that when Farran heard that his army is going to put him on trial for murder, he escaped to Syria but then was convinced to return and was kept in custody but then escaped to Jordan but again had to return and in the end was brought to justice and guess what? Because his soldiers, who witnessed him murdering the boy, refused to testify against him, the court found him innocent.

These facts must be remembered!