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Expect violence and chaos if the Palestinian hunger strikers perish.
Tags: Israel Palestine human rights
People with an ideology to follow (in this case Zionism) more often than not have to be blind in their support. n this way they can avoid seeing the gross injustices and the suffering inflicted upon the victims of Zionist policy.
Keep up the good work Arminius. SOmebody has to fly the flag for Palestine, justice and freedom!!!
Mehdi calls the article by Sherwood in the guardian 'excellent' and it never ceases to surprise me that such superlatives are usually accorded to pieces which merely reinforce the reader's prejudices.In this case, Mehdi Hasan's.
Clearly you do not have any standards. I cannot believe the predictable claptrap that you come outiwht time and time again. Clearly you are a very important man on a mission. LOL
Poor, Poor Mehdi. He can relax from the usual anti-Israeli diatrabe: Israel and the Palestinians have signed an agreement to stop the hunger strike.
Of course, this confounds the Alibhai-Browns and the Hasans who so wished to see a Palestinian striker die so that they could crow: 'told you'!
And where's the latest instalment on Netanyahu who according to Hasan months ago, was about to endanger the WHOLE world with an imminent attack on Iran.
When are you going to get it into your thick skull that nobody is buying into your pro Israeli rage. Seems to me you have divided loyalties in respect of the US and Israel. You really should put your money where your moth is and serve in the Israeli army. I imagine you would take great pleasure in gunning down a Palestinian child.
Well Mehdi Hasan isn't relaxing. He has written a primitive hysterical piece which seems to be about declaring a jiyad against other animal species such as lambs. See his other diatribes on this site.
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.