March 28, 2013
I’m going over to my station right now with my video camera. don’t worry I won’t attack anyone like Mona Eltahawy did to Pamela Hall
(Carl)And afterward they’ll tell us that there were no complaints….
Billboards calling for an end to US aid to Israel were erected this week at 25 train stations in suburban New York and Connecticut.
The billboards that went up Tuesday, on the first day of Passover, in Metro North train stations are sponsored by a group called American Muslims for Palestine.
The ad also calls Israel’s treatment of Palestinians in the West Bank and Gaza a form of apartheid, and features a quote by South African social rights activist Desmond Tutu. They are scheduled to run for one month, and were reportedly timed to coincide with US President Barack Obama’s visit to Israel this month.
“The campaign against US aid for Israel targets neither Jews nor Passover, but rather Israeli apartheid and injustice. And the best way to honor Passover, which celebrates Jewish liberation from ancient oppression, is to champion Palestinian human rights today,” said Michael Letwin of Jews for Palestinian Right of Return, who spoke at Tuesday’s launch of the billboards at the Metro North Harlem station.
I wonder how many American Jewish morons are funding this….
July 26, 2012
taking a trip into the city? let me know if you see this. it denies that the majority of Palestine was owned by the state and while yes I think that is “Socialist” and bad… you can’t tell me Palestinians owned it
(EOZ) From Fox News:
Advertisements at train stations in suburban New York depicting shrinking Palestinian territory in Israel are riling some critics who say they are “deliberately misleading and inaccurate,” FoxNews.com has learned.
The ads, which were purchased by The Committee for Peace in Israel and Palestine, show the “Palestinian Loss of Land” from 1946 to 2010. An accompanying headline reads: “4.7 million Palestinians are classified by the U.N. as Refugees.”
Henry Clifford, co-chairman of the group, told FoxNews.com he paid $25,000 to display posters at 50 Metro-North Railroad stations for 30 days. They are to “educate and inform people” on the proper historical context of the region, he said.
“There’s always room for discussion of different sides of every story, but there’s no room for discussion on fact,” Clifford said. “Anyone who challenges these maps and the content of these ads, it’s they’re obligation to show that they’re historically wrong. The ball is in their court.”
Excellent! This gives me the chance to repost this😦MORE)
yeah we have a big ass sign in Poughkeepsie that you can’t miss downtown. It says remember the USS Liberty and generally promotes 911 Truth. We have a serious cultural problem in that people don’t investigate their conspiracies.