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GOOD NEWS! Syrian Wounded Flee to Hospitals in Israel


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Cal
- 56 days ago - canadaka.net
Syria and Israel have been at war since 1948, but Israeli hospitals offering care



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Justin Vale (11)
Tuesday February 18, 2014, 3:52 pm
i would state that hezbollah is caring for more, but i'm not gonna.
israel has got no money. and they are caring for a huge population of illegal african immigrants that would be like this country caring for the entire population of florida. and they don't have to, those africans are not Beta Jews that israel MUST care for. they're doing it out of kindness and nobody is helping them cause when they ask for help the entire planet brings up gaza. the only times those african illegals have ever seen a doctor was when they got to israel. all of those enslaved in the sinai are there because they were trying to get to israel.
israel loses a lot more of it's resources caring for non jews than the world is ready to admit.
 

Elderberry C. (48)
Tuesday February 18, 2014, 4:47 pm
"When I ask Yousef if he’s with the Free Syrian Army, he denies it, but one nurse says he has privately confided this fact to hospital staff. "

He is one of those hired killers/mercenaries....anti Syria not pro...
 

Natalie T. (110)
Wednesday February 19, 2014, 1:01 am
Agreed Justin.
 

Alfred Donovan (44)
Wednesday February 19, 2014, 1:32 am
An act of charity and humanity lets hope these people appreciate what is being done for them.
 

Alexandra G. (189)
Wednesday February 19, 2014, 2:49 am
noted, thanks
 

Winn Adams (179)
Wednesday February 19, 2014, 7:05 am
I hope this act of humanity will be rewarded with peace for all.
 

Jaime A. (30)
Wednesday February 19, 2014, 8:53 am
Noted, Justine is spot on.!
 

Beth S. (315)
Wednesday February 19, 2014, 10:58 am
Thanks for posting, Cal, even at the likely wrath of the fervent Israel-basher club.

"He is one of those hired killers/mercenaries....anti Syria not pro."

Whenever Israel does something good, they are right there to cast doubt and aspersions on Israel's tremendous humanity and humaneness.

Israel treats Syrian incoming casualties every day, but of course this does not count to them. Their unwavering course is to condemn, vilify, demonize, deligitimize, regardless. Palestinians killed by other Arabs don't warrant mention.

I do hope that Syrians treated by Israelis will come to appreciate that Israelis/Israel is not what they've been indoctrinated to believe, and that they can become future peacemakers. It's unlikely, but stranger things have happened.....
 

Parsifal Rain Satori (111)
Wednesday February 19, 2014, 12:17 pm
what a twisted canadaka.net - 'truth'
 

Ge M. (216)
Wednesday February 19, 2014, 12:24 pm
And here comes Parsifal, an anti-Israel person who claims to believe in peace, knocking the only country in the Middle East willing to help any Syrian who needs help. Israelis actually go out and look for wounded to help and the wounded crawl to Israel knowing that they will be helped. A country that is willing to fight but prefers to help and surely offering that help is a road to peace.

What a twisted persona Parsifal has.
 

Stan B. (124)
Wednesday February 19, 2014, 2:16 pm
Nothing surprising here. Israel is the only civilized country in the entire Middle East.
 

Walter Firth (44)
Wednesday February 19, 2014, 9:12 pm
An old Jewish saying my grandmother used to quote"a loving heart is always full a giving purse is never emptied".The world underestimates how much help physically and financialy Israel gives to other countries..Parsifal and her Anti Jewish friends will of course deny this and spit out their anti Jewish venom.
 

Parsifal Rain Satori (111)
Wednesday February 19, 2014, 10:08 pm
so much about loving hearts:

In 1928, Marcus Ravage a Jewish
Rothschild biographer wrote an essay entitled 'The real trial of the Jews':
'The non-Jews have not yet begun to understand the real depth of our guilt.
We are intruders.
We are disturbers.
We undermined.
We have taken their ideals from them, taken their natural world, their fate, and destroyed them.
We have created in your history not only the last great war, but almost all wars, not only Russian, but also all the other great revolutions.
We have brought discord, confusion and frustration into their personal and public life.
We are still doing it'
(THE CENTURY MAGAZINE, JANUARY 1928, Vol. 115, No. 3, pp. 346-350)
 

Shil O. (0)
Wednesday February 19, 2014, 11:51 pm
No wonder Israel is G-ds country
and they know they will find succour (or suckers) dependent on your point of view
 

Olivia D. (4)
Thursday February 20, 2014, 12:20 am
very cool.

G M I don't understand how you can say Israel is the only country in the ME offering Syrians help when its the only country without a large population of Syrian refugees.
 

Natalie T. (110)
Thursday February 20, 2014, 1:59 am
Well said Boods and Stan B.! Patricia Martinez, careful, you sound very bigoted. Would you like to see the Jews driven into the sea??? Spew your race hatred somewhere else. Frankly, you sound like a nazi.
 

Natalie T. (110)
Thursday February 20, 2014, 2:10 am
Actually Patricia, I'm now wondering if you were being sarcastic. If so I am very sorry. I've read so much anti Israel crap on here, and I assumed you were making yet another anti Israel statement. The hatred is getting to me... So again, if you weren't being serious, I am truly sorry.
 

Kerrie G. (135)
Thursday February 20, 2014, 3:30 am
Noted, thanks.
 

Patricia Martinez (12)
Thursday February 20, 2014, 5:59 am

Natalie, I was being funny, but that's because I was trying to emphasize the stupidity and bigotry of the "blame it all on Israel" crowd. Nothing to be sorry about!

In the Arab world, no matter what goes wrong, even the most internal, private and trivial problems are routinely blamed on Israel by Arab leaders. The Morsi government did this and many people stopped believing it, because they experienced first hand the brutality of not Israel, but the Muslim Brotherhood.

Even in Syria and Lebanon, people are rolling their eyes at their leaders who keep doing this, because people are starting to see through, and that the Arabs themselves are the problem.
 

Patricia Martinez (12)
Thursday February 20, 2014, 7:35 am
It looks like someone deleted my comments about the Israel- and Jew-basher crowds that automatically blame everything on Israelis and Jews, no matter how fantastic and ludicrous the charge.

Here's an example from the Muslim Brotherhood in Egypt:

Egyptian TV play depicts Mossad agents scheming for world domination, engineering Arab Spring (http://www.jihadwatch.org/2014/02/egyptian-tv-play-depicts-mossad-agents-scheming-for-world-domination-engineering-arab-spring)

The Muslim Brotherhood has been driven from power for now, but that doesn’t mean that everyone in the corridors of power in Egypt is now a Western-style pluralist “moderate.” This bizarre and ugly TV play gives full vent to Islamic antisemitism, abundantly (and risibly — I love the part where they start shouting “Long live Israel” in a patent imitation of Muslim hordes screaming “Allahu akbar”) expressing the Qur’anic view that the Jews are “the most intense of the people in animosity toward the believers” (5:82).
“Antisemitic Egyptian Play on TV: Mossad Agents behind Arab Spring,” from MEMRI, n.d.:
 

Patricia Martinez (12)
Thursday February 20, 2014, 7:37 am

Oh it's now back...
 

Jude Hand (47)
Thursday February 20, 2014, 8:23 am
Noted, signed and tweeted. I'm not at all surprised that Israel would do this, but I'm beyond delighted to know about it, thanks!
 

Patricia Martinez (12)
Thursday February 20, 2014, 8:31 am
It looks like someone deleted my comments about the Israel- and Jew-basher crowds that automatically blame everything on Israelis and Jews, no matter how fantastic and ludicrous the charge.

Here's an example from the Muslim Brotherhood in Egypt:

Egyptian TV play depicts Mossad agents scheming for world domination, engineering Arab Spring

(http://www.jihadwatch.org/2014/02/egyptian-tv-play-depicts-mossad-agents-scheming-for-world-domination-engineering-arab-spring)

The Muslim Brotherhood has been driven from power for now, but that doesn’t mean that everyone in the corridors of power in Egypt is now a Western-style pluralist “moderate.” This bizarre and ugly TV play gives full vent to Islamic antisemitism, abundantly (and risibly — I love the part where they start shouting “Long live Israel” in a patent imitation of Muslim hordes screaming “Allahu akbar”) expressing the Qur’anic view that the Jews are “the most intense of the people in animosity toward the believers” (5:82).
“Antisemitic Egyptian Play on TV: Mossad Agents behind Arab Spring,” from MEMRI, n.d.:
 

Zee Kallah (39)
Thursday February 20, 2014, 2:23 pm
Let me share something with you that troubles me. I am in ...U S A. A few days ago, I answered a knock on my door to find a lady giving out flyers. It was a Christian group holding classes on "End Times". I later found a copy of the flyer ALSO in my mail box.

This flyer named 5 locations throughout the city, one near me. It also gave 3 dates and times for the "End Times" studies.

There are many Muslims in my apartment complex. There is even a Muslim who wears black and is always eagerly greeted by other Muslims in our complex. I have not heard any negatives about these people who live in my complex. However, they also have friends.

In our last big desert fire, where many firemen were killed, the Muslims tried to take credit for the fire.

Now here, on flyers all over the city there are listed the locations and times where the "sheep" are gathered.

A friend and I had decided to go together to these studies. I already know the signs and such of the "end times" but my friend doesn't. Last night I was in bed thinking about the coming event. I was pondering what I would say if asked, "Are you a Christian?" Some of my possible responses were, "I don't follow Constantine's religion''. Or I might say, ''if you're a Christian asking me this, my answer is "No". If you're a Muslim with a sword at your side, my answer is "There is only one God and his name is "I AM". His son is Yahshua. (That's a take off from the statement you make to become a Muslim".) Hey, my murder would be over in a few minutes. And I'd be a martyr and I would not have denied my faith in Yahshua! YAY!!!"

And then it hit me. With this event advertised door to door and through the mails, where the "sheep are gathered and when"....... the Jihads might well show up. I wouldn't mind being a martyr but most of the victims of the many recent events of slaughter don't get killed.....they get seriously injured.
That I would mind.

My friend says he's going. He does not know what's really happening. I've tried to tell him but you know how men are, especially Hebrew Men!!!

He can go if he wants to go. I'm not going.

I do pray that the event be UN event full. I pray that no one gets harmed whether Muslim or Christian or Seeker. I have talked to my close friends and advised them not to go. I also talked with the manager of our apartments who is a Christian. That's about all I can do.

I don't think I'm a coward. BUT if I did go, I would be, to some degree, possibly participating in a tragedy that would do much harm both to Christians and to Muslims. I have already learned, the hard way, you don't get "heavenly reward" by allowing others to do you harm and create karma for themselves. Muslims are people too!

Thank you for letting me share.
 

Zee Kallah (39)
Thursday February 20, 2014, 2:35 pm
I have printed this because I'm sure I'm not the only one in this position where there is a gathering of the persecuted (Jews and Americans are considered as one). Christians are among the most persecuted in our world.

I thought that perhaps another person considering the pros and cons of attending a public event of Christians or Jews might benefit from another's viewpoint.
 

Zee Kallah (39)
Thursday February 20, 2014, 4:51 pm
I apologize if my comment offended anyone, Christian or Muslim. I was only trying to make it clear that I do not consider myself to be a Christian. I respect every religion. I did not want to name the sacred name to the Muslims which I do reverence as I also respect their phrase of converting. I think we should hold respect to all religions. I did not mean to offend any. We have some wonderful Muslim people among our membership. If I offended any, I did not intend to do that.
 

Charmaine Shannon (79)
Thursday February 20, 2014, 9:57 pm
Noted and Shared !! Thank-You......
 

Judy S. (0)
Friday February 21, 2014, 7:47 am
Do you also know that Israel was the first country to respond to the 2010 Haiti disaster? Israel sent 200 soldiers, doctors, and other aid workers who built field hospitals and saved countless lives. Israel was among the first to arrive in Japan following the 2011 earthquake and Israel’s search and rescue teams are second to none in saving lives following natural disasters. This includes countries with no formal relations with the Jewish state. And much much more.
As for Parsifal's c shameful anti-Semitic comment, it was taken out of context. Read the original 1928 Marcus Ravage piece for yourself. Ravage's point is that Judaism led to Christianity, which spelled the end of paganism as a national force. And that Christianity, being the majority religion in modern Western civilization, is the force still at work today. I am Jewish, and I believe that no one religion has "The Truth." The three "Abrahamic Faiths" (Judaism, Christianity and Islam) share the same basic values. Each religion has always had its extremists. Extremism and fanaticism are the true enemies of peace, freedom and human dignity.
 
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