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Smirking Israeli soldier mocks Palestinian prisoners.
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That beautiful Israeli girl can’t smile at the camera without someone adding a stupid caption to it. How about a picture of Muslims beheading a prisoner in Islamic righteousness.
This is intensely unshocking. Is it because she's a woman and we can see her face?
Do you really have nothing else to do? Shouldn;t you be in school?
As a Jewish woman whose family live in Israel and whose cousins are soon to join the IDF, can I say: this is horrible, and disgusting, and thank you for posting it.
As a feminist, EdWelthorpe: fuck off and die.
See my post.
"This is intensely unshocking. Is it because she's a woman and we can see her face?"
I was thinking the same,an unveiled Jewish women with Muslim detainees A women,how humiliating,doesn't she know her place and smiling when they cant see.
What a despicable form of torture.How truly cunning.Smirking a new form of Zionist torture.
Imagine a nice photo of Israeli prisoners and a Palestinian women wearing a niqab,we would of course not be able see her expression and that would of course make it fine maybe that would restore Muslim honour.
With thousands of children in Pakistan in need of aid he raises this non issue,what a Muppet.
''Shocking photo from Israel .''
Yeah, she aint in a burqua, is she, Medhi ?
16 August 2010 at 18:56
care to comment?
''As a feminist, fuck off and die.''
Why do all these leftist women have Tourettes, for F**k sake ?
Lynndie England's Isreali cousin.
what countries are engaged in ilegal occupation? who carved up the middle east after the fall of the ottoman empire? Oh yeah so some countries like saudi force woman to wear piece of cloth on their face but hey america and UK force their citizens to pay tax to pay for war that kill people! GO FIGURE! We Westerns find it so hard to criticize our governments pro war pro zionist pro bankers foreign policy! people will try to find double standard and hypocrisy in my words but its out of love for humanity and true patriotism is to criticize our own governments faults not others!
This is not a discussion, it's group therapy.
The photo is aweful because the girl doesn't realise it is. Nor do many of these comments.
not shocking enough come on Piers doctor it a bit
Mehdi Hasan is a contributing writer for the New Statesman and the co-author of Ed: The Milibands and the Making of a Labour Leader. He was the New Statesman's senior editor (politics) from 2009-12.