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Scumbag accuses Israel of murdering innocent children on The Kelly File

Posted on Jul 23, 2014 at 9:51 PM in Politics | 163 Comments

By The Right Scoop
Once again we have a Muslim scumbag, Harris Zafar, preaching ‘peace’ in order to condemn Israel for ‘killing children,’ while he says little to condemn Hamas for their use of human shields, only to call it ‘nefarious.’ He certainly won’t directly blame Hamas for dead civilians and to call it ‘nefarious’ is on the verge of being dishonest. Using human shields is at worst evil and barbaric.

While Zafar is incredibly dismissive of any argument against Hamas, he argues that Israel’s version of winning is murdering civilians which is just blatantly dishonest. And I don’t think I really need to explain that one.

When asked about the point that the people of Gaza elected Hamas in 2005, he argues that is just like Osama Bin Laden saying that we (Americans) elected our government here and therefore we forfeit the right to be protected…or something.

Such bullcrap.

For one, which Megyn Kelly points out, we don’t have in any genocidal goals in our Constitution. The US Constitution doesn’t say that any country or people group should be eliminated.

And secondly, we didn’t elect a terrorist group to run this country like they did in Gaza.

Lastly, of course, he takes the side of the UN citing that Israel has committed war crimes.

« Last Edit: July 24, 2014, 10:04:49 AM by rangerrebew »
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