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#1598 by Gilad Atzmon, 18 July 2008
However, it is rather astonishing to find out how short the Israeli collective memory is. The failed IDF rescue of Regev and Goldwasser, following Hezbollah's successful ambush evolved into Israel launching the Second Lebanon War. In an act of retaliation, retribution and vengeance Israel demolished Lebanon's infrastructure, it flattened southern Lebanon towns and villages as well as some neighbourhoods in Beirut. It killed thousand of Lebanese civilians. Somehow the Israelis managed to forget all of this. The only thing the Israelis see is two black coffins. They even managed to neglect the fact that in return they themselves traded 190 plain coffins containing the bodies of Hezbollah militants.
The Israelis are pretty gifted in seeing themselves only. In their eyes, their pain is somehow superior to the pain others feel. Yet something puzzles me. In the light of the Israeli collective necrophilic weeping event I find myself rather confused. If Israel and the Israelis can hardly get over two tragic Israeli military casualties, how will they be able to cope with the global war they insist upon launching against Iran. If the Israelis cannot cope with two coffins, how will they ever be able to cope with Tel Aviv turning into the site of a mass grave? Their war cries suggest that this is something they seem to insist upon involving themselves in. More details

#1777 by Gilad Atzmon, 18 November 2008
Miliband should be in London in time so he can join President Peres and unveil a special plaque at the Foreign Office, honoring British diplomats who helped save Jews during the Holocaust. I wonder how many British Diplomats will be honored for saving a single Palestinian kid within the current Israeli inflicted Holocaust? More details

#1996 by Gilad Atzmon, 11 November 2009
It is not just the Negev and Galilee. It is actually every piece of land between the river and the sea: Tel Aviv, Jerusalem, Haifa, Be'er Sheva and every village, orchard, field, river and tree in between. The only question that is left open is how long will it take for the Shekel to drop? How long will it take before Israelis grasp that they dwell on stolen land? More details

#2049 by Gilad Atzmon, 16 January 2010
Once you take Judaism from the Jew all you are left with is "chicken soup" and "anti-Semitism". Foxman had to choose whether to open a kosher delicatessen or chase anti-Semites. He clearly has chosen the latter. More details

#2070 by Gilad Atzmon, 19 February 2010
The truth of the matter is tragic. The British political system is paralysed by the Israeli Lobby. Like in the USA, British national interests are sacrificed for the sake of dirty Zionist cash. If Britain wants to liberate itself from the Zionist grip and have any prospect of a future, it must move fast and clean the entire list of Zionist infiltrators from its political ranks, Government offices and strategic positions. I am not talking here about Jews. By no means do I mention ethnicity or race. I am talking here about a political and ideological affiliation. Considering Zionism is a murderous, racist, expansionist ideology, it is natural to stress that people who are affiliated with Israel and Zionism must be removed immediately from any political, government, military or strategic posts... More details

#2470 by Gilad Atzmon, 2 November 2010
British multiculturalism is indeed a funny concept, it basically means tolerance towards everyone except Muslims. More details

#3101 by Gilad Atzmon, September 2011
While in the past an 'anti-Semite' was someone who hated Jews, nowadays it is the other way around, an anti-Semite is someone the Jews hate. More details

#3105 by Gilad Atzmon, 28 September 2011
An antisemite used to be someone who hates Jews; nowadays an antisemite is someone Jews hate. More details

#3875 by Gilad Atzmon, 7 June 2013
Israel is now facing a new reality. It is facing Hezbollah reinforcements streaming in from Lebanon towards the Golan heights and its border with Syria. More details

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