Tuesday, April 19, 2016

The Golan Height of Derangement on Display in Khomeinist E-Zine

These Crescent Khomeinists are deranged--and unintentionally hilarious!:
Zionist Israel occupied the Golan Heights from Syria and other lands from Egypt and Jordan during the June 1967 War. That defeat of the Arabian armies puffed up the Zionists so much that they have started to usurped various parts of these territories. The Zionists' latest outrageous claim came today when Benjamin Netanyahu claimed the Syrian Golan Heights will remain "forever" part of Israel. It truly takes chutzpah! 
Beirut, crescent-online.net
Sunday April 17, 2016, 13:19 DST

Like alcohol addition, thieves that get used to stealing others’ lands think this is natural. We just heard this from the obnoxious character called Benjamin Netanyahu, who masquerades as the prime minister of ‘Israel’ (better known as Occupied Palestine) proclaim that Syria’s Golan Heights will forever remain part of Israel.

"The Golan Heights will remain in the hands of Israel forever,” declared the illegal immigrant to Occupied Palestine while trespassing Syrian territory on the Golan Heights today (Sunday). Showing absolute chutzpah, he even assembled his cabinet for a meeting in the occupied territory.

Netanyahu went on to say that he held the first cabinet meeting on the illegally occupied Syrian territory to “send a clear message: Israel will never withdraw from the Golan Heights.”

The Zionists occupied the Golan Heights from Syria, the West Bank that was under Jordanian control, and Gaza and Sinai Peninsula from Egypt in what came to be called the Six Day War in June 1967. The Arabian armies fed on a nonsensical diet of Arab nationalism withered under the Zionist onslaught...
Oh, those thieving Zionists. Them and their "alcohol addition." 
(I'm not sure--is it progress or its opposite that zany Khomeinists are now referring to Israel as "Occupied Palestine" instead of "the Zionist entity"?)

Also--Shias using the word "chutzpah": that's cultural appropriation, no?

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