Beheaded Palestinian Boy (VIDEO) & Photographer of Supposed Human Rights Viral Photo of Aleppo Boy Applauds Terrorists in Syria & Posed w/Beheaders

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    Aug 21, 2016 7:18 PM GMT Palestine Liberation Organization’s Executive Committee, on Thursday, condemned the heinous murder of 12-year-old Abdullah Issa, a Palestinian refugee in Syria and demanded immediate international intervention to bring those behind the beheading to justice.

    Chief Palestinian negotiator Dr. Saeb Erekat issued a press release, recently, in which he addressed a video circulating on social media, on Tuesday (see below — WARNING: content graphic in nature), that showed rebel fighters beheading a boy after capturing him north of Syria’s second city, Aleppo.

    The video shows the boy lying down in the back of a truck as a fighter begins to cut off his head with a small knife.

    One fighter shouts “We will leave no one in Handarat!”, an area north of Aleppo city, where there has been fighting between rebels and government forces.

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    Aug 22, 2016 7:14 PM GMT Raslan, the photographer who snapped the photo of a five year-old boy after he was rescued from the rubble in Syria, has now been accused of fraternizing with terrorist groups in the region.
    Back in July, Raslan was spotted by online users posing for a picture with the terrorists that filmed themselves beheading a Palestinian child....

    ...this photographer absolutely is known on Facebook, on YouTube for continually posting images, pictures applauding the Zinki militia, really a terrorist organization – well known even before this horrendous beheading of a Palestinian-Syrian child. He is not by any stretch of the imagination a human rights activist. He calls himself a ‘media activist’, but his role has been to applaud and support the terrorist activity in Syria...
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    Aug 23, 2016 2:35 AM GMT
    I swear to God! If I have enough money to fly to Syria, I will chop off every single terrorist heads in the Middle East.

    This is not the first time Palestinian boy was beheaded by terrorist. There were few others too.

    "Israel" needs to look in their own backyard too. Terrorist "Jewish state".
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    Aug 23, 2016 11:10 AM GMT
    Israel doesn't have clean hand's.
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    Aug 23, 2016 1:22 PM GMT
    This thread has nothing to do with Israel.
    Except for people who have Jews on their mind, and not in a good way.

    Once again revealing they hate Jews/Israel more than they care for the Palestinian Arabs or Syrians.

    About 5x as many Arabs have been killed in Syria in the last 5 years as in the 100+ years of the Arab-Israeli conflict.
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    Aug 23, 2016 9:27 PM GMT
    One wonders what this retarded elephant thread (complete with vile picture) is trying to prove? That many of the anti-Assad fighters, funded by the "moderate" states in the region, are crazed jihadists? Or that Palestinians expelled to Syria in 1948 and 1967 are left there to rot while their internationally recognized right to return to their homes is denied?

    The criminals behind the Israeli expulsion didn't entertain illusions. Benny Morris summarizes their internal report:

    || "At least 55% of the total of the exodus was caused by our (Haganah/IDF) operations." To this figure, the report's compilers add the operations of the Irgun and Lehi, which "directly (caused) some 15%... of the emigration". A further 2% was attributed to explicit expulsion orders issued by Israeli troops, and 1% to their psychological warfare. This leads to a figure of 73% for departures caused directly by the Israelis. In addition, the report attributes 22% of the departures to "fears" and "a crisis of confidence" affecting the Palestinian population. As for Arab calls for flight, these were reckoned to be significant in only 5% of cases...

    The Global Policy Forum:

    || It is a generally recognized principle of international law that when sovereignty … over an area changes hands, there is a concurrent transfer of responsibility for the population of that territory. Therefore it cannot be argued that Palestinians … no longer had any rights with regard to the country in which they had lived simply because of a change in the nature of the … government in that territory. Moreover, where expulsion or prevention from return results in … statelessness, Article 15 of the Declaration, which stipulates that "[e]veryone has the right to a nationality," becomes a further relevant protection of the right of return.
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    Aug 24, 2016 12:42 AM GMT
    Again we see that the haters only care as far as they can (never mind the stretch) implicate Israel.

    The majority of the Arab refugees (not yet then known as "Palestinians") in 1948 were not "expelled" but fled the Arab-initiated violence and war following the Arab rejection of the UN partition compromise.

    1947-1948: Arabs reject compromise and attack Israel

    There were scores of millions of refugees in the 1940s across the world.
    None had a so-called "right of return".

    To the contrary, the Geneva Convention Relating to the Status of Refugees calls on host countries to grant fast-track citizenship to refugees.

    Their descendants are not refugees but should be citizens in the country where they - and their parents, grandparents and now great-grandparents - were born.

    It is not Israel but the neighboring Arab countries that locked these people into refugee camps, and it is the Arab governments that have - for generations - denied them the rights guaranteed to all other refugees: education, work, relocation and naturalization (citizenship).

    AyaTrolLiar Founcer/JTheM only cares about these people if he can use them as a demographic army by which to over-run Israel and destroy it as we know it.

    Never mind that in the largest (if now dated) poll (from about 10 years ago) only 10% of the refugees/descendants even wanted to "return" to and become Israeli citizens.

    He'd rather they stay locked up in camps - for how many more generations? - than lose this card.
    That's the kind of "humanitarian" he is.
    (Oh, that's right, he's admitted he's not a humanitarian. He's a hater.)

    Which is why they also ignore that Palestinian Arabs face apartheid systems not in Israel but in Arab countries.