israel’s army is world’s best terrorist organization

Israeli army is world’s best terrorist organization

Before some idiot call me antisemite – the title of this post comes from Israel-American author and human rights activist Miko Peled 2012 statement (watch video below).

US Army Capt (ret) Joe Cortina made a similar statement about Israeli army during an interview he gave to Iranian journalist Kourosh Ziabari in August 2012.

On December 17, 2015, the Jewish News Online published an interview with Jurgen Todenhofer, the German reporter who had spent 10 days with the US-Israel created terrorist group ISIS in Iraq – claiming the terrorist group only fears Israeli army – knowing the latter is far greater terrorist organization than ISIS.

On December 12, 2001, Rob Miller (Jew) posted an article, entitled, Israel: A terrorist success story at Australia’s Green Left Weekly.

Ran HaCohen, an Israeli academic says that if someone need to see Israel’s best terrorism in action – he/she should visit Hebron City. Israeli army’s ex-sergeant Eran Efrati who participated in wars against Palestinians claimed in a recent interview (below): I was the terrorist.

It’s interesting to know that 13 Jew terrorists were elected as prime ministers of the Zionist entity.

Israeli and Zionist leaders, and the Jewish-controlled Western mainstream media have long succeeded in brainwashing the Christian world that any group or nation which resist the Judo-Christian occupation and imperialism, is a terrorist organization. While Israeli terrorist state receives billions of dollars in aid and charity from Western governments – no Muslim or Christian charity is allowed to send a few hundred-thousand dollars to feed and clothe victims of Israeli and western colonialism.

Israeli writer and human right activist Lilach Ben-David wrote at +972 blog (March 13, 2016): “In order to understand why the political leadership of Palestinian citizens of Israel does not view Hizbullah as a terrorist organization, we must first rid ourselves of one of the unspoken conventions of internal Zionist political discourse and ask ourselves a simple question: do Israel’s Arab neighbors – be they Palestinians, Lebanese or others — have the moral right to defend themselves against Israeli (and American) military aggression?”

Then she provide answer to the question by saying: “In the Israeli political consensus is such an unequivocal negative that merely posing the question is considered treasonous. According to the same political consensus, Israel has the supreme moral right to behave in the Middle East like a thuggish child behaves in a playground, and the moral obligation of the neighboring Arab peoples is to suffer quietly from Israel’s attacks and not raise any military entity that might deter Israeli aggression and defend the lives and land of the Arab peoples.”

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