Wednesday, November 08, 2023

11/08 Links Pt1: How Israel tries to protect Gaza's civilians; The memory-holed massacre; Footage of Hamas barbarism shows why ceasefire is not an option

From Ian:

Seth Frantzman: Israel celebrates breaching ground Hamas didn’t foresee as war enters second month
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu spoke to members of Israel’s elite Egoz unit on Tuesday, exactly one month after Hamas’ surprise attack on the country flipped the world upside down. The Egoz unit specializes in guerilla-style warfare and is part of Israel’s commando brigade. It uses special weapons and tactics. “I would like to tell you that what we see on the ground, from the reports the War Cabinet and I receive, and the conversations with commanders and soldiers, it is an extraordinary success. I tell you, the Americans were here. They explained to us what was in Fallujah and what was here and there, and they are amazed at what we have achieved,” Netanyahu told the soldiers at a base in the Negev desert.

The Prime Minister admitted there are challenges. “There are UAVs, IEDs and anti-tank fire. That is true. Sometimes there are very painful losses but all in all, the success is phenomenal because we went in there and hit the enemy – this is a great success. We do not intend to stop; we intend to continue to the end,” he said, according to a statement from Israel’s Government Press Office.

Netanyahu also gave an address to the country on Tuesday. He reiterated that there would be no ceasefire in Gaza without the return of the 240 hostages being held by Hamas and other terror groups.

Israel’s former Minister of Defense Benny Gantz spoke to the country as well in a separate statement. He joined the War Cabinet from the opposition early in the war. He stressed that there would be a time for protests or criticism, but that the country should remain united during the war and support the soldiers. He also referenced the multi-front threats Israel is facing.

That all came as Hezbollah tried to target Israel with an anti-tank missile and fired more than 20 rockets toward northern Israel. The IDF also intercepted “a suspicious aerial target” that flew from Lebanon, likely another Hezbollah drone. Hezbollah has used drones, rockets and anti-tank missile threats often against Israel over the last month. Naim Qassem, Hezbollah’s deputy secretary-general, gave an interview to NBC in which he threatened escalation if Israel continues its war in Gaza.

The challenges for Israel and the U.S. continue to grow in the region. Hamas leader Ismael Haniyeh flew to Turkey on Tuesday. Haniyeh, who lives in Doha, has already visited Iran and consulted with the Iranian foreign minister in Qatar several times. This week’s meetings in Turkey began as pro-regime Tasnim News media in Iran published an article suggesting that Iranian-backed proxies in Iraq and Syria were working as a “single front” to target U.S. forces in the region and also Israel. There have been 40 attacks so far on U.S. forces in Iraq and Syria.

Israeli leaders hinted that Hamas will no longer run Gaza when the war is over, but Gantz was light on details on who might run the area after the war. Netanyahu told ABC that Israel would control Gaza for an indefinite period and have security responsibility in the future. Meanwhile, CIA director William J. Burns met with IDF Chief of Staff Herzi Halevi on Tuesday as well.
Melanie Phillips: How Israel tries to protect Gaza's civilians
The BBC’s story reveals the remarkably precise and detailed intelligence that Israel possesses on what’s going on in Gaza. It also illustrates the extraordinary lengths to which the Israeli Defence Forces go to spare the lives of Gaza’s civilians. As any dispassionate person who has followed Israel’s wars knows very well, the IDF try everything they can to get enemy civilians out of harm’s way — by leafleting, “knock on the roof” warning shots, phone calls and other means of communication.

No other army in the world has ever done this. When coalition forces bombed Afghanistan or when US forces flattened Mosul, no-one even bothered to mention the civilians who must have been killed there. Yet Israel’s wars repeatedly engulf it in international outrage with accusations that it kills enemy civilians wantonly or deliberately. This is not just a malevolent lie; it could not be a more grotesque inversion of the truth.

The lie is nevertheless perpetrated day in, day out by western media. While the Israelis say they have killed “thousands of Hamas terrorists” in this current war, western media outlets publish Hamas claims that 10,000 “civilians” have been killed — with no attempt whatever to acknowledge that any of these were Hamas operatives and referring only to women and children among the dead.

Sadly, many civilians will unavoidably be killed in Gaza, as in any war. But the wicked distortion that turns the Israelis from scrupulous adherents to the international law requirement to try to avoid civilian deaths into war criminals turns these media outlets into Hamas accomplices.

While the BBC is a principal and habitual offender, it is to its credit that it has published the story related by Mahmoud Shaheen. It says it contacted him after many al-Zahra residents identified him as the man who had received the warning call.

Elsewhere, further evidence of Israel’s concern for Gaza’s civilians has been venomously distorted.

Yesterday, a remarkable video surfaced showing a long line of people streaming from the north of Gaza to the south. The Israelis have repeatedly warned that residents of the north should move to the south for their own safety since the north was about to become Israel’s principal focus for attack.

Some 800,000 Gazans did so, but Hamas tried to stop more joining them by firing on them, in order to keep them in place as human shields. The reason for yesterday’s large line moving south was that, with the IDF now having moved into Gaza City, its tanks could protect the evacuating civilians from Hamas attack. The video, which you can see here, shows this clearly. Yet this is how the Guardian chose to report it:
Waving white flags and holding their hands above their heads, Palestinian families fled past tanks waiting to storm Gaza City in the next stage of the war that the Israeli prime minister, Benjamin Netanyahu, has said will give Israel “indefinite” control over the besieged territory.

Israel’s military gave civilians inside the encircled city a four-hour window to leave on Tuesday, as its forces prepared to retake the biggest city in the strip. Men, women and children, some carrying their belongings on donkeys, fled their homes past Israeli troops out of the city.

Posting online, one resident, Adam Fayez Zeyara, said the walk on Tuesday was the most dangerous of his life. “We saw the tanks from point blank. We saw decomposed body parts. We saw death.”

In other words, the Guardian portrayed the Gazans who were being protected by Israeli troops as fleeing from Israeli troops.

By such malevolent misrepresentation, of the kind that the media has habitually promulgated against Israel for decades, the western mind has been poisoned and fatally subverted to endorse evil against its victims.
The memory-holed massacre
This memory-holing takes many forms. Some Hamas spokespeople and their useful idiots continue to actively deny the atrocities. Moussa Abu Marzouk, a senior Hamas figure, told the BBC this week that ‘women, children and civilians were exempt’ from the 7 October violence, even though civilians were Hamas’s primary targets. Then there are the legions of online cranks, Islamists and anti-Semites who say the worst of 7 October, from the butchering of babies to the rapes of young women, did not actually happen – despite the vast documentary evidence of these crimes, most of it filmed by Hamas terrorists themselves. It’s a kind of ‘Holocaust denial in real time’, as journalist Bari Weiss has described it.

Then there are those who seek to violently erase the memory of the attacks. In New York and London, posters of Israeli hostages have been defaced and torn down. One man scrawled the word ‘coloniser’ over the faces of kidnapped children. So intense is these people’s loathing of Israel, so unhinged is their anti-Semitism, that they cannot bear to be confronted with Jewish suffering, even that endured by children. What happened on 7 October must be forgotten and suppressed, it seems, so that these activists might once again feel at home on the ‘right side of history’.

Others try to reframe the slaughter as a righteous act of resistance. 7 October was ‘a day of celebration for supporters of democracy and human-rights worldwide’, according to one pseudo-radical journalist. It has been celebrated as a blow for ‘decolonisation’ by academics the world over. Before the bodies were even cold, a joint statement was issued by 31 social-justice campaign groups at Harvard University, insisting that Israel’s ‘apartheid regime’ be held ‘entirely responsible’ for the unfolding violence. In other words, forget Hamas’s decision to wage a genocidal campaign against Israel’s Jews – Israel is the aggressor here. Massacres like that on 7 October apparently cannot be allowed to intrude on this simplistic identitarian worldview, of colonised against coloniser. And so the grotesque anti-Semitic savagery of Hamas is, at best, excused. At worst, it is rebranded and transformed into a progressive struggle for justice.

Finally, there are those who were unmoved by 7 October, but have leapt at the chance to condemn Israel’s response. Artists for Palestine UK, a group including Tilda Swinton, Steve Coogan and Maxine Peake, has produced an open letter denouncing Western governments for supporting Israel. It makes no mention of Hamas, 7 October or the deaths of 1,400 Israelis. The likes of Swinton or Coogan are far from alone. Centrist dads, woke celebs and leftish politicians are all keen to lecture Israel to lay down its weapons. To render itself defenceless against its tormentors. To surrender its civilian hostages to the enemy. To give free rein to Hamas’s genocidal hostility.

We must not let Hamas’s evil be forgotten, obfuscated or downplayed. The forces of irrationalism and racism that drove this pogrom are arguably even more potent today than they were just one month ago. If we memory-hole this massacre, then we are in serious danger of greenlighting the next one. Those who have excused or denied this evil ought to be ashamed.
Photographers Without Borders: AP & Reuters Pictures of Hamas Atrocities Raise Ethical Questions
On October 7, Hamas terrorists were not the only ones who documented the war crimes they had committed during their deadly rampage across southern Israel. Some of their atrocities were captured by Gaza-based photojournalists working for the Associated Press and Reuters news agencies whose early morning presence at the breached border area raises serious ethical questions.

What were they doing there so early on what would ordinarily have been a quiet Saturday morning? Was it coordinated with Hamas? Did the respectable wire services, which published their photos, approve of their presence inside enemy territory, together with the terrorist infiltrators? Did the photojournalists who freelance for other media, like CNN and The New York Times, notify these outlets? Judging from the pictures of lynching, kidnapping and storming of an Israeli kibbutz, it seems like the border has been breached not only physically, but also journalistically.

AP: Photojournalists or Infiltrators?
Four names appear on AP’s photo credits from the Israel-Gaza border area on October 7: Hassan Eslaiah, Yousef Masoud, Ali Mahmud, and Hatem Ali.

Eslaiah, a freelancer who also works for CNN, crossed into Israel, took photos of a burning Israeli tank, and then captured infiltrators entering Kibbutz Kfar Azza.

HonestReporting has obtained screenshots of Eslaiah’s now-removed tweets on X in which he documented himself standing in front of the Israeli tank. He did not wear a press vest or a helmet, and the Arabic caption of his tweet read: “Live from inside the Gaza Strip settlements.”

Masoud, who also works for The New York Times, was there as well — just in time to set foot in Israeli territory and take more tank pictures.

Ali Mahmud and Hatem Ali were positioned to get pictures of the horrific abductions of Israelis into Gaza.

Mahmud captured the pickup truck carrying the body of German-Israeli Shani Louk and Ali got several shots of abductees being kidnapped into the Strip.

Interestingly, the names of the photographers, which appear on other sources, have been removed from some of the photos on AP’s database. Perhaps someone at the agency realized it posed serious questions regarding their journalistic ethics.

Reuters: Lynching as “Image of the Day”
Reuters has published pictures from two photojournalists who also happened to be at the border just in time for Hamas’ infiltration: Mohammed Fayq Abu Mostafa and Yasser Qudih.

They both took pictures of a burning Israeli tank on the Israeli side of the border, but Abu Mustafa went further: He took photos of a lynch mob brutalizing the body of an Israeli soldier who was dragged out of the tank.

Reuters was kind enough to add a graphic warning to the photo caption, but it didn’t prevent editors from shamelessly labeling it as one of the “Images of the Day” on their editorial database.

Let’s be clear: News agencies may claim that these people were just doing their job. Documenting war crimes, unfortunately, may be part of it. But it’s not that simple.

Footage of Hamas barbarism shows why ceasefire is not an option
In truth, nothing that I or anyone else writes will change the minds of the Islamists and their useful idiots on the progressive left. But we should expect more from world leaders, who, aside from a few notable exceptions, have ranged from somewhat supportive of Israel but unwilling to lift a finger to help, to openly hostile.

South Africa — a country that surely knows the difference between an actual apartheid state and one that needs to build security barriers to prevent hostile neighbours from blowing up buses and mowing down hundreds of party-goers at a music festival — announced on Monday that it’s recalling all its diplomats from Israel and called for a “comprehensive cessation” to the hostilities.

Politicians in Ireland — an island that’s no stranger to the horrors of terrorism — have been vocally critical of Israel, with its premier suggesting the Jewish state’s response amounts to “collective punishment” and its foreign minister saying the campaign in Gaza has been “disproportionate by any measure.”

Yet the fact of the matter is that Israel has been taking steps to minimize civilian casualties in Gaza. For weeks it has been begging residents in the north to flee to the south. The Israel Defence Forces has placed calls, sent text messages and dropped leaflets warning civilians to evacuate areas that are being targeted.

This is made harder due to the fact that Hamas has purposely built tunnels and subterranean bases underneath hospitals. It has placed rocket launchers next to playgrounds. And it has told its people not to comply with Israel’s evacuation orders.

And herein lies the difference between civilization and barbarism: while Israeli officials repeatedly stress that they are not at war with the Palestinian people and take active steps to minimize civilian casualties, Hamas fighters are willing to shoot innocent children in their beds, burn their bodies and then revel in joy at the number of Jews they have hunted.

No world leader could watch scenes such as these take place in their own country and suggest that a ceasefire and a return to the status quo would be in any way tenable. But when Israel is the victim? Well, that’s a different story.
Biden: Netanyahu rejected call for ‘pause’ in Gaza fighting
U.S. President Joe Biden confirmed on Tuesday that Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu had rejected his request for a pause in Gaza fighting.

“I did ask him for a pause. He passed,” Biden said in response to a reporter’s question at a White House event in Washington. “I’m still waiting to hear some other things.”

During a phone call on Monday, the two leaders discussed “the possibility of tactical pauses” to afford residents of the Gaza Strip “opportunities to safely depart from areas of ongoing fighting, to ensure assistance is reaching civilians in need and to enable potential hostage releases,” according to a White House readout.

Netanyahu reiterated during an ABC News interview on Monday that “there will be no ceasefire in Gaza without the release of our hostages.”

Such a pause, he said, “will hamper the war effort. It will hamper our effort to get our hostages out. The only thing that works on these Hamas criminals is the military pressure we are exerting,” he said.

Blinken: US wants Gaza under Palestinian Authority

Qatar, Egypt talking pause in Hamas war in exchange for hostages

How Hamas Weaponizes International Law

JPost Editorial: Exposed: Hamas's hospital hideouts - a grave abuse of Gaza's medical lifelines

IDF strikes deep in Gaza, cuts Hamas rocket fire

Hamas leaders admit hope for ‘permanent’ Israel war, don’t care about running Gaza

‘Dead men walking’: Israel’s ‘directive’ to ‘capture or kill’ Hamas leaders
IDF spokesperson Lieutenant Colonel Jonathan Conricus says the leaders of Hamas are “dead men walking” as it's only a matter of time before they will either be “captured or killed” by Israeli forces.

Lieutenant Colonel Conricus spoke to Sky News Australia to discuss the latest mission into Gaza and also the current situation facing Israeli hostages held by Hamas terrorists.

He said the “directive” is to “kill or capture” all the leaders of Hamas "who planned, facilitated, and executed the murderous October 7 massacre in Israel".

“We’ve said so clearly, all of them are dead men walking and it’s only a matter of time, inside Gaza and outside of Gaza, until these Hamas leaders will either be captured or killed by Israel.”

Warning – this video contains distressing content.

IAF strike kills senior Hamas weapons developer IDF intercepts ‘hostile aircraft’ from Lebanon

Gaza man: Israeli agents spent hours on phone with me to evacuate targeted buildings

State Department Denies Pushing Gaza Ceasefire in Back Channel Talks with Iran

Pompeo: Not Surprised There’s ‘AOC, Rashida Tlaib Wing’ of State Dept., They Were There when I Was in Charge Senate Republicans Rally Behind Israel As Democrats Call For A Ceasefire

'Confounding': Media pushing 'narrative' about Israel trying to deliberately kill civilians
Filmmaker Ami Horowitz says members of the media from all over the world are “aghast” he could be of the opinion that Israel is not trying to deliberately kill civilians.

This comes after Israeli troops moved into Gaza City to eliminate Hamas’ leadership.

“I can’t tell you how many times I’ve spoken to members of the media in Israel while I was there, from outlets all over the world,” Mr Horowitz told Sky News host Andrew Bolt.

“And they’re just aghast that I could have the opinion that Israel is not trying to deliberately kill civilians.

“This is kind of the narrative they’ve been pushing and it’s just confounding to me on so many levels.”

The Israel Guys: Hamas Leader Claims NO Civilians Were Killed On October 7th
In an interview with the BBC, a senior Hamas leader claimed that no civilians were killed in the October 7th massacre. Yes, Moussa Abu Marzouk said that the October 7 attack focused on "conscripts" and that "women, children and civilians were exempt" from the Hamas' attacks.

As the nation of Israel marks 1 month since the massacre by Hamas on October 7th, the IDF continues to operate in Gaza. Just this morning, they captured a Hamas stronghold and took out 10 terrorists.

And four cowboys from Montana and Arkansas on their way to serve Israel became a viral sensation overnight.

Pro-Palestinian protester ‘stalked’ Paul Kessler before alleged fatal punch: witness

Police Hold Off on Charging Anti-Israel Protester Who May Have Killed Elderly Jewish Man in California

A Jew Was Murdered at a Pro-Israel Protest. You Wouldn't Know It From the Press Coverage.

Ben Shapiro: Man Dies at Pro-Palestinian Rally
A 69-year-old man Jewish man passed away recently due to a head injury sustained during a pro-Palestinian rally in California. The violence at these protests needs to stop.

Witness from Palestine protest that led to Jewish man's death rages against cops for not arresting person he argued with before falling to ground - as shocking new video shows vile chants continued even AFTER police arrived at scene

Jewish man brutally attacked by Palestine supporters in Sydney’s Inner West
Sky News can reveal the exclusive details of how a group of Palestine supporters brutally attacked a Jewish man in a Sydney park in broad daylight.

The man was at a children's playground in Arncliffe in Sydney's Inner West on Saturday, October 28, and saw a poster advertising a Palestinian rally which was half-torn down.

It was past the event's date and he absent-mindedly tore the rest of it down.

A father at the children's playground saw him do this, came up to him, asked him if he supported Israel, and started threatening him. He said to him: "I will murder you".

The Jewish man rang police but they didn’t turn up in time. A crowd of pro-Palestinian men and women gathered around him, yelling slurs and insults.

He then felt a knock to the back of his head and immediately fell to the ground. As he lay there, unable to move, three men pummelled him, taking turns punching and kicking him.

He said he took at least 12 punches to the head and ended up in hospital for four days.

NSW Police have confirmed they are now investigating.

Heartbreak for Hamas victims' fathers: Emily Hand's parent pleads with the terror group to 'show humanity' and release the girl in time for her ninth birthday as Shani Louk's father says he's 'happy I know she is dead and not suffering' in Gaza

Karine Jean-Pierre in clean-up mode: Biden press secretary condemns pulling down Hamas hostage posters - moments after telling reporters she had 'kinda sorta seen the reporting' and 'couldn't get into specifics'

‘Let’s Hope There Will Be Some Evolution of Humankind’: Pioneering Israeli Music Duo Red Axes Reflect on Oct. 7 Hamas Massacre

Return to Hell: Bartender who survived Nova festival massacre by hiding under a stage, smearing her face with blood and pretending to be dead goes back to the scene and warns the world to ‘wake up’ to Hamas

'My whole life has frozen, that day changed us forever': British-Israeli tells how her family has been ripped apart by Hamas after terrorists snatched her brother and mother and murdered another of her siblings

Executed without mercy: Unseen footage shows wounded Israelis who crashed while trying to escape Nova festival shot dead in their vehicle one-by-one by Hamas terrorists

‘Symbol of light’: Father of Hamas victim Shani Louk speaks out
The father of 22-year-old tattoo artist Shani Louk has addressed her tragic murder by Hamas on October 7.

Nissim Louk sat down with Sky News Australia host Piers Morgan to discuss the tragedy which unfolded when the Palestinian terrorist group attacked the festival his daughter was attending in Israel.

“With all her friends, there were like 3,000 people there, dancing together the whole night, drinking and talking and loving,” Mr Louk told Mr Morgan.

“Everything was fine until the morning they saw the rockets … and they started leaving the party, but the psychopath terrorists of Hamas attacked them on the way and just killed them on the spot.”

Mr Louk said he views his daughter as the “symbol” of light and beauty amid the sadness and death inflicted by Hamas.

“On the main pages all over Europe, you could see my daughter on the left side beautiful and shining and her name was Shani and happy.

“And on the other side of the main paper, you could see the people of the Hamas with the crazy sadistic brutal way they threw her on the back of a pickup.”

DSA-Linked Group Tries to Organize Protest Against Holocaust Museum Screening Hamas Atrocities

UN Official Says Israel Has No Right to Self-Defense

Kirby Destroys Journalist Blaming Israel: ‘Hamas Actually Does Have Genocidal Intentions Against the People of Israel’

Megyn Kelly: Jewish Man Killed in California, and Election Day 2023, with Podhoretz, Rosen, Ngo, and Stirewalt
Megyn Kelly is joined by John Podhoretz and Christine Rosen, co-hosts of The Commentary Magazine Podcast, to talk about the rise in anti-Semitic violence in the U.S. and worldwide, including the Jewish man killed in California, the way Jews have been prepared for what we've seen since the terror attack, differences between pro-Israel and anti-Israel protests, the mentality of those who rip down hostage posters, and more. Then Andy Ngo, senior editor at The Post Millennial, joins to discuss the anti-Israel violence he witnessed in the U.K., the connection the anti-Israel protests and riots has with BLM and Antifa in previous years, what we've learned from the "trans" Nashville shooter's manifesto that has been made public by Steven Crowder, the efforts to censor and suppress it, and more. Then Chris Stirewalt of The Dispatch joins to talk about the key states to watch tonight on Election Day, including Virginia and with Gov. Glenn Youngkin's potential rise to power, the governor's races in Mississippi and Kentucky, the mayor race in Bridgeport, CT, and more.

John Anderson: Israel, Immigration & Islam | Douglas Murray
In this conversation, John sits down with journalist and author Douglas Murray to discuss the war on Western culture in light of the recent conflict between Israel and Hamas.

Murray argues that Western Civilisation is being eroded by the collapse of history, faith and moral clarity. This cultural decay, Murray suggests, has been caused by a variety of factors including illegal immigration, secularisation, identity politics and the rise of radical Islam. Nonetheless, Murray is encouraged by the growing support for initiatives like the Alliance for Responsible Citizenship (ARC) and a common sense middle class who reject elitist identity politics.

Douglas Murray is the author of 7 books and a journalist based in Britain. He has been a contributor to The Spectator since 2000 and has been Associate Editor at the magazine since 2012. He has also written regularly for numerous other outlets including The Wall Street Journal, The Times, The Sunday Times, The Sun, The Evening Standard and The New Criterion. He is a regular contributor to National Review and has been a columnist for Standpoint magazine since its founding.

In his latest books, "The War on the West" and "The Madness of Crowds", Murray examines the twenty-first century’s most divisive issues: sexuality, gender, history and race.

Douglas Murray Gives His Opinion On “Gays For Gaza”
Chris and Douglas Murray discuss the latest wave in social justice. What does Douglas Murray think about the 'Gays for Gaza' trend? Why does Douglas Murray think oppressions are independent of each other? What does Douglas Murray think of the growing trend of hypocrisy?

End the source behind extremism: Iran's Exiled Crown Prince on 'radical Islamists'
Exiled Crown Prince of Iran Reza Pahlavi has urged people to see Iranians as “totally different” from the “radical” regime in their country as he advised the cure for the extremism fuelling terrorist groups was to end it at the source.

“I’ve always asked for the world community, including media when they talk about Iran, to specify they are talking about the regime in Iran, not the people,” he told Sky News Australia host Piers Morgan.

“The principal support and the principal funding that comes to these (terrorist) groups must have a money trail … it is not a secret that the regime in Tehran has been behind most of these groups, has financed them, has armed them, has used them as proxies.

“Today we hear this ominous sound of radical Islamists who are trying to shape a different future for countries even in Europe.

“The cure is to put an end to the source behind this extremism.”

Australia's top Muslim cleric pens chilling post on the 'blood of the martyrs' as he praises Palestinian resistance in escalating Middle East conflict

Muslim leader who told followers to 'kill Jews' in vile sermon is exposed - as his troubling links to Islamic extremism resurfaces

Anti-Semitic Islamic preacher ‘drumming up hate’ in Western Sydney Sky News host Peta Credlin says there has been an anti-Semitic Islamic preacher “drumming up hate” in Western Sydney.

Islamic Preacher Wissam Haddad was seen “citing Islamic scriptures about killing the Jews”.

Police are investigating the comments made by Mr Haddad at the religious centre.

The Australian revealed new information that the preacher was unmasked as an ‘Islamic state backer’.

The Australian's NSW Political Reporter Alexi Demetriadi joined Sky News host Peta Credlin to discuss the preacher’s comments.

Campus Reform went to the DC pro-Palestine rally. Activists tried to get us arrested.

Federalist Radio Hour: The Dark Money Behind Domestic Anti-Israel Protests
On this episode of “The Federalist Radio Hour,” Washington Examiner Investigative Reporter Gabe Kaminsky joins Federalist Culture Editor Emily Jashinsky to discuss the dark money groups organizing anti-Israel protests all across the nation and explain why their ties to terrorists pose a national security risk to the U.S.

Sarah Vine: My message to the ignorant snowflakes who plan to desecrate Remembrance Day and glorify Hamas

Rishi Sunak warned the Met he will hold them “accountable” for the decision to give the go ahead of “disrespectful” pro-Palestine marches on Armistice Day, stating that he will summon Metropolitan Police Commissioner Mark Rowley to a meeting later today over the decision.

Speaking to broadcasters in Lincolnshire, he said:
“[Rowley] has said that he can ensure that we safeguard remembrance for the country this weekend as well as keep the public safe. Now, my job is to hold him accountable for that. We’ve asked the police for information on how they will ensure that this happens. I’ll be meeting the Metropolitan Police Commissioner later today to discuss this.”

Rishi reinforced his views that these marches are “disrespectful“, adding he’ll reiterate this to Rowley. Thousands are expected to show up…

Nigel Farage calls for planned UK Pro Palestine protest to be shut down
GB News host Nigel Farage says a pro-Palestinian protest planned to take place in London on Saturday “must be stopped”.

The planned demonstration is set to happen on Remembrance Day which has drawn significant criticism.

“What they must not be allowed to do is demonstrate this Saturday, the 11th of November,” Mr Farage told Sky News host Paul Murray.

“I want this march stopped – it’d be a disgrace if it goes ahead.

“But I worry that the people that run my country now are so gutless that they may fail to act.”

The five faces behind London's Gaza protests: Leicester optician, a 'senior Hamas operative' and a university professor are some of the ringleaders of groups organising pro-Palestine rally on Armistice Day

Fury as pro-Palestinian supporters deface Rochdale war memorial before Armistice day with police now standing guard at monument

The Met Police WON'T ban Poppy Day pro-Palestine rally: Force Commissioner says Gaza event 'does not meet the threshold' to be outlawed - despite fears of clashes on London's streets

Vile moment former LA female soccer player Stefany Ferrer Van Ginkel flashes HITLER salute at pro-Israel rally while being driven by United City FC player boyfriend, Samim Haydari

'My son has no future': Mom of Cornell student accused of threatening to shoot up Jewish dining hall breaks her silence - and says he posted apology online signed from 'a depressed suicidal person' before arrest

Meet the Anti-Semites Tearing Down Posters of Kidnapped Israeli Kids

Black-clad NYC knifewoman, 20, is arrested for 'threatening Jewish safety volunteer with blade and blasting him with pepper spray after being confronted about tearing down kidnapped Israeli posters'

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