April 30, 2015
Even as we Nazi racist haters continue to condemn the filthy Jews for genociding the Arabs by literally bombing hospitals and schools full of babies on purpose, the idiot Arabs are sending the people that are genociding them love letters.
What the hell is wrong with these people?
It all began as a personal project by a young Israeli Arab who lives in northern Israel. He wanted to use social networking to convince other Israeli Arabs that the Israel Defense Forces (IDF) are not some “army of evil” and that its soldiers are not as bloodthirsty as they tend to be portrayed in Arab propaganda films. He soon learned, however, that in the digital age, there is no end to surprises. Instead of messages and responses from the Israeli Arab audience he was targeting, he began receiving messages of peace and love from young Arab men and women from across the Arab world.
It is Arab movies that portrayed them as an “army of evil” (why is this in quotes?) rather than pictures like this?
Or any of the thousands of way worse ones I won’t post?
It’s not the actual slaughter of babies which makes people think they’re evil, but movies?
Are you sure of this, Arabs?
What then is the relevance of the fact that there is endless amounts of actual documentary evidence showing that they are committing a genocide against you? Why is that not mentioned?
M. is an Israeli Arab Muslim who served in the IDF. He spoke to Al-Monitor on condition of anonymity. Last year, he came across a series of billboards sponsored by the Balad Party as part of its campaign against the recruitment of Israeli Arabs into the IDF. He decided to fight back. “I saw the signs that were hung in Arab villages, and I kept track of the Facebook campaign being run by activists of Balad and the other Arab parties under the name ‘TZaHaL ma bistahal’ [‘The IDF isn’t worth it’]. It infuriated me,” he said.
“Activists would show up in the main square of Shfaram with bits of rubble, as if the rubble were from Gaza. They carried big signs too, as if they were trying to say, ‘Look what the army that is calling on you to enlist is actually doing in the Gaza Strip.’ Some of the activists would even paint their faces red, as if they were injured, while they tried to relay their message of ‘Don’t enlist!’ to young Bedouin, Druze, Christians and Muslims. I decided to respond to them on Facebook, so I made a page called ‘TZaHaL bistahal’ [‘The IDF is worth it’], but instead of getting responses from the young Arabs to whom I was directing my personal campaign, I started to get photos and texts from young people around the Arab world. My jaw dropped.”
So did mine. I mean, I knew Arabs were stupid, but this is beyond the pale – “these people killing our kids are heroes.”
The photos and video clips sent from Iraq, Saudi Arabia, Egypt, Tunisia, Jordan and other countries can be found on the Facebook page “BeTzaHaL” (“In the IDF”), and there are lots of them. One young woman from Saudi Arabia filmed a green Saudi passport. Her voice plays in the background, against a street scene in Jeddah, with a message for the people of Israel: “Good evening. I am a young woman from Jeddah in Saudi Arabia. I am a member of one of the better-known tribes of the Hijaz, and I am showing you Darajeh Square, a famous landmark in Jeddah. I’d like to send a message of peace and love to Israel and its dear citizens. I know it is surprising that a Saudi Arabian citizen sends a message to the people of Israel, but it is a basic principle of democracy that everyone is free to voice an opinion. I hope the Arabs will be sensible like me and recognize the fact that Israel also has rights to the lands of Palestine.”
Stupid bitch. Isn’t there some law in your country where you’re not allowed on the internet? If I were the King of Saud, I would have you executed for this. How are people not demanding it?
A young man from Iraq shot a picture of his passport along the Tigris River. “I want to send a message of peace and love to the dear Israeli people,” he says. “I decided to shoot this video and tell you, ‘True, we are two countries that do not have friendly relations, but that doesn’t matter. I believe that the number of people who support Israel here will grow consistently.’”
Other young people send M. photos of their passports with handwritten messages in Hebrew, Arabic and English. It is always the same: “We love Israel.” One Egyptian police officer took it a step further by including his police cap along with his passport in the shot and wrote in Arabic, “We love, love, love Israel and its army.” He even added a picture of a heart with a Star of David in the middle of it.
Hey retards – I’m starting to believe you deserve to be genocided.
How the hell are we Whites supposed to stand up for you and defend your right to exist while you are going behind our backs and praising the people murdering you?
Why would I even have to ask a question like that?
You could say “well, this is a fakeout” – but who are they faking out and for what reason? These people are their mortal enemies that are killing all of their dudes, and they are sending them love notes with hearts. This is not a strategy, it is plain lunacy.
Even if this is some “beg them for mercy” campaign of cowardice, that is still lunacy, as everyone in their right mind knows that begging Jews not to destroy you simple makes your destruction at their hands all the more sadistic.
No wonder a billion and a half Moslems can’t deal with 6 million kikes who just rolled in and took over their base like they were stealing a bag of soup from a crippled homeless junkie.
History of the Arab-Israeli Conflict: Arab Perspective
Oh hey, you stole our base
Oh wow, you’re slaughtering us wholesale like livestock
Oh hey, you can keep our base
Oh wow, you’re still exterminating us like insects
Oh hey, we’re just going to kill each other constantly for no reason instead of getting together and attacking you
Oh wow, you’re genociding even more of us
Oh hey, we love you and we wrote these love letters to your army that is bombing our hospitals and schools