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Posté par: darlett (IP enregistré)
Date: 21 mars 2015 a 08:09

Un clip incroyable et qui, tout simplement, dit tout de la situation.

Un palestinien dévoile la vérité sur le Hamas. Mudar Zahran "Le Hamas tue mon peuple !"

Posté par: sarah bavs (IP enregistré)
Date: 22 mars 2015 a 04:46

Malheureusement, la personne qui a fait les sous-titres soit comprend mal l'anglais, soit en a profité pour faire de la désinformation, j'ai relevé deux erreurs très graves.

1. Il parle de "settlements", des implantations, les sous-titres parlent de colonies. 'P(^

2. Il dit que la Jordanie devait être créée sur 78 % du territoire, et Israël sur 22 %, les sous-titres disent que les Palestiniens devaient obtenir 78 % de la Jordanie. (*%

Posté par: anidavid (IP enregistré)
Date: 26 mars 2015 a 04:16

QUEL ARTICLE ! Y a-t-il une ame charitable qui pourrait le traduire ? svp


By Dov Fischer

Besides being an attorney and law professor, I also have been a rabbi for more than thirty years. Almost every Yom Kippur and Tish’a B’Av -- Judaism’s two 25-hour-long fast days -- I see congregants looking at their watches or the clock (and, on Tisha B’Av, at their smart phones) as the fast day wanes on. They are the ones who are beginning to suffer headaches, perhaps nausea, or -- worse -- migraines. They come to me, 19 or 20 hours into the fast, and ask the ultimate theological question: “Rabbi, how many hours are left to the fast?”
When we Orthodox Jews fast, man, do we fast — no food and no water. None of this “I-am-fasting-so-I-only-drink-juice” baloney. When we fast, we do it full-court-press. And the result, for some, is that the head swoons a bit, and other discomforts hit as we pass the three-quarters mark. But we always make it to the end of the fast day. We know that water and other beverages are just around the bend. And bagels and lox in their wake. Just five more hours left to the fast.
That is how all Americans now should view Obama. Only five more hours left to the fast. He has wreaked more damage on America, and on the world, often through incompetent interventionist policies and equally often through incredibly incompetent inaction, than has any American president before him. He never was qualified to get the job, and -- remarkably -- he somehow never grew while in the job. He rose in American politics without any executive experience, lacked world affairs experience, and had served only very briefly in the United States Senate, doing limited legislative work and leveraging his very brief time there to focus primarily on running for president. He ran for president at a perfect time for him -- facing the weakest of Republican presidential candidates, John McCain, and an American economy that was in utter collapse amid his campaign. So everyone wanted a change, and he slipped in, with the famous proclamation that this would be the day that the oceans stopped rising and the earth healed.
Suddenly we had a narcissistic incompetent, a vindictive and petty megalomaniac who surrounded himself at one famous public speech with Greek or Roman columns on either side, like an emperor addressing his empire. And the world’s liberals and bleeding hearts lapped it up. Historians will scratch their heads a century from now as they try determining how Obama got awarded the Nobel peace prize practically on the day he was elected. Americans will remember the president who left his post to shower the International Olympic Committee with his awe, expecting them to respond by awarding the Olympic games to Chicago. He lost that one, as he has lost every single negotiation in which he has engaged with foreign sources.
He does not know how to negotiate. He opened America’s relations with Cuba -- a thoroughly defensible political decision half a century after tensions with Havana reached a boiling point during the Cuban Missile Crisis -- but he got nothing in return for it. He pulled back Poland’s and Czechoslovakia’s ability to defend themselves from Russian aerial aggression without gaining a reset with Vladimir Putin. He announced to the Taliban that we would be withdrawing soon unilaterally from Afghanistan, and he announced that all the gains America had achieved in quieting Iraq, after the “Surge” urged by Sen. McCain and overseen by Gen. David Petraeus had succeeded, would be abandoned by a complete American withdrawal. As ISIS emerged to fill the void in Iraq, he joked of them, calling them a mere “J.V.” — a junior varsity team of first- and second-year students, nothing serious, nothing to lose one’s head over.
On his watch, Putin has seized the Crimea and now makes territorial inroads in Ukraine, while opponents either get assassinated in front of the Kremlin or get imprisoned for decades. On Obama’s watch, Egypt went from Mubarak to Morsi and the Moslem Brotherhood — in which Obama strangely rejoiced — until Gen. Al-Sisi miraculously rose to put down the Moslem Brotherhood, a development that initially saw Obama restrict American support for Egypt. On Obama’s watch, America remained silent as Iranians risked their lives in the streets to protest fraudulent elections and demand freedom. On Obama’s watch, Libya went from a crazy and deranged dictator who had slowed somewhat with age, to new crazy and deranged terrorists running wild, tearing up the country, murdering Westerners and assassinating an American ambassador in Benghazi. On Obama’s watch, Yemen now is in flames while China has gained control of 90 percent of militarily strategic rare-earth elements.
When our American ambassador in Benghazi was murdered, Obama and Hillary Clinton -- the latter another blight, though far less appealing to American voters -- tried a ploy to shift blame for their own incompetence and mismanagement to a schlemazel (guy with bad luck) who had posted a dopey 10-minute film on Youtube that was disrespectful to the Mohammed of the Koran. It was a pathetically bad film, with maybe 300 views and four “likes,” and virtually no one had seen it. So Obama, Clinton, and their staff put out the word that the murder of the American ambassador in Benghazi, actually timed to coincide with the eleventh anniversary of the September 11 World Trade Center tragedy, was the result of the insignificant Youtube video. They sent out Susan Rice, a remarkably unqualified political amateur whom they had elevated to America’s United Nations ambassador and who now fittingly is Obama’s National Security Advisor, to go on one television talk show after another, blaming the massacre in Benghazi on the ten-minute Youtube video. They even arrested Nakoula Nakoula (aka Sam Bacile), the maker of the video -- as they now are moving to arrest United States Sen. Robert Menendez of New Jersey, who has opposed Obama on both his Cuba giveaway and on Obama’s now trying to give away Israel.
Even with America’s friends, Obama is an embarrassment. In South Africa at the somber memorial for Nelson Mandela, Obama was taking selfies with Angela Merkel. When he visited England, he gave Queen Elizabeth an iPod and Prime Minister Gordon Brown a box of 25 movies DVDs, a gift the London Telegraph described as “exciting as a pair of socks.” After notably missing the mass march in Paris after the Charlie Hebdo massacre, he sent John Kerry to France with folksinger James Taylor to sing “You’ve Got a Friend.” And then, of course, Israel.
It is important to remember that 6 years and two months have passed since Obama’s first inauguration. More than three-quarters of his maximum eight-year term are done. Only 22 months to go. Only five hours left to the fast. These will be a painful 22 months, as the last five hours of the fast always are. He has done so much damage already, to all of us, including his supporters, who have him to thank for their lost jobs, frozen wages, and forced healthcare options that compel them to pay for Sandra Fluke’s bed time, and there is so much more damage yet to be wreaked. But, on the other hand, as Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has demonstrated, we all “have his number” now. He no longer fools us with sweet promises he will not keep. We know he wants to destroy America’s oil industry, so that industry now is conducting hydraulic fracking on private lands that he cannot control. The Congress knows how his Internal Revenue Service targeted political conservatives for harassment, how his Justice Department under Eric Holder became a tool of politics that has fanned racial tensions in a country where race no longer is a factor in people’s everyday decisions, that he has no intention of securing America’ southern border but instead plots to add 11 million votes and then to force them to vote. We all have him figured out now. The voters know him well enough to surround him on both sides with both a Republican Senate and a Republican House of Representatives, augmented with an overwhelming array of Republican governors.
Little by little, his power and authority is being reined in. He is a lame duck from whom many in his own Democrat Party are shirking and withdrawing, even as he quacks ever louder as his oceans recede and ponds recede. We just need to be strong a bit longer. Not to give in to the temptation to buckle, not to snack and not to drink. Just five more hours left to the fast. The tea and coffee, bagels and lox, are just around the corner. We can do it.
We always have.

Read more: [www.americanthinker.com]

Posté par: darlett (IP enregistré)
Date: 08 mai 2015 a 21:26

Un clip en anglais a voir et ecouter. Terrible


Posté par: anidavid (IP enregistré)
Date: 09 mai 2015 a 04:27

I thought you might enjoy this song with an historical twist.

Somewhere over the Rainbow

Some may not know this story about the song, "Somewhere over the Rainbow"
At the 2014 Oscars, they celebrated the 75th anniversary of the release of the "Wizard of Oz" by having Pink sing "Somewhere Over the Rainbow", with highlights from the film in the background. But what few people realized, while listening to that incredible performer singing that unforgettable song, is that the music is deeply embedded in the Jewish experience.
It is no accident, for example, that the greatest Christmas songs of all time were written by Jews. For example, "Rudolph, the Red-Nosed Reindeer" was written by Johnny Marks and "White Christmas" was penned by a Jewish liturgical singer's (cantor) son, Irving Berlin.
But perhaps the most poignant song emerging out of the mass exodus from Europe was "Somewhere Over the Rainbow". The lyrics were written by Yip Harburg. He was the youngest of four children born to Russian Jewish immigrants. His real name was Isidore Hochberg and he grew up in a Yiddish speaking, Orthodox Jewish home in New York. The music was written by Harold Arlen, a cantor's son. His real name was Hyman Arluck and his parents were from Lithuania.
Together, Hochberg and Arluck wrote "Somewhere Over the Rainbow", which was voted the 20th century's number one song by the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA) and the National Endowment for the Arts (NEA).
In writing it, the two men reached deep into their immigrant Jewish consciousness - framed by the pogroms of the past and the Holocaust about to happen - and wrote an unforgettable melody set to near prophetic words.
Read the lyrics in their Jewish context and suddenly the words are no longer about wizards and Oz, but about Jewish survival:
Somewhere over the rainbow Way up high, There's a land that I heard of Once in a lullaby. Somewhere over the rainbow Skies are blue, And the dreams that you dare to dream Really do come true.
Someday I'll wish upon a star And wake up where the clouds are far behind me. Where troubles melt like lemon drops Away above the chimney tops
That's where you'll find me. Somewhere over the rainbow Bluebirds fly.
Birds fly over the rainbow. Why then, oh why can't I? If happy little bluebirds fly Beyond the rainbow Why, oh why can't I?
The Jews of Europe could not fly. They could not escape beyond the rainbow. Harburg was almost prescient when he talked about wanting to fly like a bluebird away from the "chimney tops". In the post-Auschwitz era, chimney tops have taken on a whole different meaning than the one they had at the beginning of 1939.
--Pink's mom is Judith Kugel. She's Jewish of Lithuanian background. As Pink was belting the Harburg/Arlen song from the stage at the Academy Awards, I wasn't thinking about the movie. I was thinking about Europe's lost Jews and the immigrants to America.
I was then struck by the irony that for two thousand years the land that the Jews heard of "once in a lullaby" was not America, but Israel. The remarkable thing would be that less than ten years after "Somewhere Over the Rainbow" was first published, the exile was over and the State of Israel was reborn. Perhaps the "dreams that you dare to dream really do come true".

Posté par: darlett (IP enregistré)
Date: 09 mai 2015 a 06:49

Absolument magnifique chanson ! Merci Anidavid, je connaissais cette chanson mais jamais je n'aurais imagine que derriere il y avait deux compositeurs juifs issus de familles juives orthodoxes. nouveaux immigrants russes et qui a travers ses paroles exprimaient l'esprit et la conscience juive de ceux qui fuyaient toujours.

Et quelle belle voix que celle de la divine Judy Garland !! Merci beaucoup.

Posté par: darlett (IP enregistré)
Date: 09 mai 2015 a 11:56

Qui aurait pu imaginer que cette fameuse chanson qu'on ecoute et reecoute a Noel sur "Christmas" sur toutes les ondes a ete ecrite par un Juif du nom de Johnny Mark ?

Rudolph The Red Nosed Reindeer(Lyrics)

Et cette chanson aussi... "White Christmas"

Posté par: anidavid (IP enregistré)
Date: 14 mai 2015 a 13:46

The San Remo conference.

Posté par: anidavid (IP enregistré)
Date: 15 octobre 2015 a 13:17

I am embarrassed to be an Arab

Fred Maroun

Fred Maroun is a Canadian of Arab origin who lived in Lebanon until 1984, including during 10 years of civil

I have long resisted saying this, but the ongoing Arab violence in Jerusalem has pushed Arab idiocy beyond my capacity for tolerance. I now need to say it and to say it publicly: I am embarrassed to be an Arab.
From the start, we have refused to accept the existence of one tiny Jewish state. We fought that state tooth and nail using all the venom and anti-Semitism that we could muster. We isolated and mistreated our own Palestinian siblings so we could use them as tools against the Jews. We have not relented. We have not shown an ounce of compassion, humanity, or even smarts. We made the destruction of the Jewish home our signature cause. We made hate our religion. When will this nonsense stop?
Even some of us Arabs who have the privilege of also being Israeli have not learned to behave like civilized people. We dismissed, threatened, and silenced Mohammad Zoabi, one of our own, because he dared profess love for his country and revulsion towards terrorists. We have demonstrated in support, not of our own state, Israel, but in support of the terrorists who want her destroyed.
Those of us who are able to accept Jews as the brothers and sisters that they are, are few and far between. I can count on the fingers of my hands the honorable Arabs who take such a stand publicly. The rest of us are an embarrassment, the plague of the Middle East, and a blotch on humanity.
We created Hezbollah, Hamas, Al Qaeda, Daesh, and scores of other terrorist groups. We also created generations of tyrannical dictatorships across the Middle East. Some of those dictatorships are the best we can show for in a world that sees us as leeches incapable of building democracies or even economies.
Jerusalem belongs to the Jews, not only because it is rightfully theirs, but also because we don’t deserve any of it. Those of us Arabs who live in Israel, the West Bank, and Gaza, would long ago have been deported if Jews behaved like us. Yet we keep pushing and pushing, hoping to break them.
The Jews will not break. They will not break in Jerusalem or anywhere else because they are much better than us. We will continue to wallow in our own victimhood complex while the Jews thrive, and this, my fellow Arabs, is all that we deserve.


Posté par: darlett (IP enregistré)
Date: 15 octobre 2015 a 16:54

Quelles paroles !!! Merci Anidavid. Malheureusement, ils sont peu nombreux ceux qui osent s'exprimer ainsi mais tout est dit et c'est tellement juste.

Posté par: anidavid (IP enregistré)
Date: 19 octobre 2015 a 19:48

Dear Mr. Secretary of State,

re: Middle East Peace Process

Back in February 2014, I sent you a letter (acknowledged by State Dept. as Incident #140215-000660) urging you to refrain from pursuing a “peace process” the basis of which has been flawed since its inception.

I followed it up with a second letter on May 14, 2014, in which I stressed the futility of such a pursuit in light of the duplicity of Palestinian leaders eager to join international conventions, in material breach of the Oslo Accords, and their desire to strengthen their alliance with the terrorist organization Hamas.

While recognizing your laudable perseverance in the search for peace, I tried to impress on you the obvious: the stubborn unwillingness of the Palestinians to sign any peace treaty, due to their pathological hatred of Israel.

That hatred burst out once more with a fury of Palestinian random stabbings and shootings of Jews in various parts of Israel during the past few days.

But your reaction to this Palestinian frenzy of terror was most disappointing. In your speech at Harvard on October 13, 2015, you insidiously exonerated the Palestinians on account of their “frustration” due to “a massive increase in settlements over the course of the last years.” Your analysis of the situation is simply appalling, in spite of your late lame retraction. I fully concur with Elliott Abrams who characterized your observations as “mistaken, ill-informed...morally obtuse and factually wrong.”

It is now apparent that after many years as Secretary of State you are still impervious to the most basic facts pertaining to the Arab-Israeli conflict. Your relentless pursuit of the chimerical “peace process” is driven by an ideology that proved to be bankrupt long ago.

And so, Mr. Secretary, I take the liberty to offer a suggestion. Spare yourself another debacle in the wake of the Iran deal. Do not fly to Jerusalem. You will only be adding tons of CO2 to the atmosphere, thus exacerbating the threat of climate change – the new priority of the Obama Administration. By staying home you will contribute more to peace than by remaining actively involved in a conflict you never understood.

Most respectfully

Salomon Benzimra, P.Eng.
Canadians for Israel’s Legal Rights -- CILR
Toronto, Canada

Mr Salamon Benzimra is the co-founder of Canadian for Israel's legal rights.

Posté par: darlett (IP enregistré)
Date: 23 octobre 2015 a 08:21

Yair Lapid qui tente de repondre aux questions du journaliste de Hardtalk de la BBC.
Comme le dit Lapid, la BBC a perdu son objectivite dans l'expose de ce conflit.

Voici tout l'interview place sur Youtube en entier alors que la BBC en a coupe une partie

Posté par: anidavid (IP enregistré)
Date: 25 octobre 2015 a 05:18

Palestinians have become obsessive “tragedy tourists”

Posted by: Ryan Bellerose

Dear Palestinians,
Lets get a few things straight. You do not get to claim a genocide when your population has exploded. As someone whose family has gone through one, I am telling you to cut that s*** out, it’s offensive and it’s annoying.
You did not “go through what Native Americans went through.” Nobody forced you to speak an alien language, worship God in an alien manner and steal your sacred places. As a matter of fact THAT’S WHAT YOU DID. You stole sacred places, forced indigenous people to speak Arabic and worship god as Muslims. So seriously cut that out too.
You did not in fact have a civil rights struggle like black people in America. Black people in America didn’t blow up school buses or pizzerias filled with school kids in order to achieve equal rights, and they damn sure didn’t talk endlessly about pushing white people into the sea.
You are not persecuted like gay people, for something that is beyond your control. Nobody throws you off buildings because you love someone you shouldn’t. So again, cut that out, it’s getting old, especially when some of us are well aware that your society not only hates gay people but actively persecutes them. You are the guys throwing them from buildings.
You do not get to keep stealing stories. You stole the identity of what was known as ‘Palestinian’. Before World War II the term meant Jews. But that’s OK, it’s a colonialist term, and I am sure that my Jewish friends don’t want it. They prefer to be called Jews, Hebrews, Israelites or Israelis, so you can take your colonialist garbage and get lost.
You think that yours is the only struggle in the world that has relevance. When anyone else has the nerve to have a tragedy, you make damn sure to jump in immediately to prevent him/her from ever having five minutes in the media without you trying to co-opt their struggle.
Ferguson? Screw Ferguson, it’s Ferguson to Palestine! Black lives matter? Hell no, you gotta hashtag Blacklives matter, but then you hashtag “palestianianlivesmatter” right after, because god forbid anything not be about you.
Ethnic cleansing? So why is it there is 0% Jews in the Arab controlled area of the Palestinian Authority and almost 2 million Arabs in the Jewish controlled areas? I think it’s clear who is ethnic cleanser here.
Idle No More? Native rights? Nope, it needs to be Palestine stands in solidarity with idle no more or Palestine supports Native peoples rights, even though you clearly don’t. Nobody offered to give us a state, and we actually are on our ancestral lands.
Bring back our girls? People were upset about Muslims kidnapping Christian girls in Nigeria and you managed to hook your wagon to that? Seriously? Come on, seriously you had to at least chuckle on that one. You can admit it.
The native American struggle against settler colonialism? Nope it’s always “from turtle island to Palestine”, even though anyone with a 3rd grade education knows that the Arabs are in fact the colonists who colonised the entire damn region in the 7th century killing and force converting indigenous people all over the entire region. YOU ARE NOT INDIGENOUS TO THE LANDS YOU ARE TRYING TO CLAIM. Say it with me: “Jews are from Judea, Arabs are from Arabia.” You can live there, you just don’t get to oppress people anymore.
When 3 Jewish kids were kidnapped (murdered actually) you celebrated, you handed out candy, and you smiled and took pictures holding up fingers celebrating an evil act, but then you had the absolute unmitigated gall to start hashtagging “bringbackourboys”? Really?
Now a little boy’s body washes up on shore in Turkey, a victim of an uncaring world that has allowed the conflict in Syria and the proliferation of ISIS to cause the deaths of hundreds of thousands, all while fixating on the “plight of the Palestinians” and you jerks can’t even let the world see that without trying to jump on the back of that child’s death? Shame on you, shame on you, shame on you. If you had a conscience you would be ashamed.
I could go on, because let’s be honest, every single tragedy I have seen in the world during the past few decades has immediately been followed by “but have you seen what the Jews are doing to the Palestinians?” You have become tragedy tourists. You have no legit tragedy of your own, so you are forced to exaggerate and co-opt, and you have no shame.
Yes, I have seen what’s happening in Gaza and the PA, and it’s not even remotely the same goddamn thing as the things you claim. It’s time for you people to grow the hell up, not everything is about you, not every refugee gets to be a whiny entitled refugee for 67 goddamn years. Some of us move forward, some of us don’t steal from our own people and perpetuate the conflict to keep skimming money.
You want to know the truth? This is why the Palestinians cannot have nice things.
Absolutely no regards,
Ryan Bellerose,
P.S. Feel free to be butthurt, oddly enough I remain unconcerned.

Ryan Bellerose is a Métis from Northern Alberta. His father, Mervin Bellerose, co-authored the Métis Settlements Act of 1989, which was passed by the Alberta legislature in 1990 and cemented his land rights. Ryan founded Canadians For Accountability, a Native rights advocacy group, and he is an Idle No More movement organizer. He is also a founding member in the Calgary United with Israel (CUWI) organization. Ryan is a self-proclaimed Zionist.

Posté par: anidavid (IP enregistré)
Date: 26 octobre 2015 a 05:16

Hitler's Imam Haj Amin Al Husseini

Posté par: anidavid (IP enregistré)
Date: 27 octobre 2015 a 02:40

Suing Facebook – Disconnecting Terror

Israeli non-profit – Shurat HaDin – is recruiting the Israeli public to a lawsuit against Facebook for incitement and encouragement of violence against Israelis.

One of the significant characteristics of the current terror wave is the incitement on the social media networks, headed by Facebook.

This is much more than just sharing anti-Israel song lyrics set to Eyal Golan music and anti-Semitic cartoons. This incitement consists of the Facebook pages of many young Palestinians who inflame their friends to embark on terrorist attacks, provocative videos glorifying and encouraging terrorist attacks, instructions for terrorists “How to Carry out a Terrorist Attack” – all on Facebook.

Thus, for example, a short time before yesterday’s combined vehicular stabbing attack, the terrorist announce on Facebook that he intends to carry out an attack. Another terrorist wrote “I want to become a martyr” just before going out to stab Jews. The 19 year old terrorist Mohannad Halabi, published a post on his Facebook page stating that the Third Intifada had erupted and that the current war is for the al-Aqsa Mosque. One day later, Halabi stabbed and murdered Aharon Benita z”l and Rabbi Nehemia Lavi z”l. There are many examples. In general, Facebook is being flooded with many messages in support of terrorists.

In the wake of this terror wave, Israeli NGO Shurat HaDin, which leads the legal battle against terrorism, has commenced an unprecedented proceeding: a class action against the global Facebook website, captioned “Suing Facebook – Cutting off Terrorism”. The organization calls on all Israelis to join this lawsuit which will be conducted against Facebook in the United States.

It is the organization’s intention to obtain an injunction against Facebook to remove these inciting pages, a court order directing Facebook to monitor these methods of incitement and block them and to place the responsibility on Facebook for allowing these terrorists on their network.

“Facebook has the means to research and monitor every word that appears on its website. It cannot be that entire pages on Facebook are devoted to incitement to murder Jews and that terrorists are permitted to publish posts that become popular among their friends and encourage them to kill. It is absurd that Facebook is being transformed into a tool for supporting incitement and attacks against Jews, and we intend to put an end to it,” says Shurat HaDin.

As a first step, Shurat HaDin is creating a special page where Israelis can join this large lawsuit. The lawsuit will be handled by a New York law firm and there is no fee to join. The organization clarifies that the matter has been seriously considered from a legal standpoint.

Shurat HaDin also intends to invite the public to send it as many examples as possible of Facebook incitement for use in this planned class action.

The page created by Shurat HaDin states: “The terrorists do not come on their own. They write posts and encourage their friends to kill Jews. Facebook has been transformed into an anti-Semitic incubator for murder. Join us for the lawsuit against Facebook – that will shut down the inciting pages and stop the terror.”

Israeli attorney, Nitsana Darshan-Leitner, Director of Shurat HaDin, said that “for every Israeli that is sitting now at home – there is something that can be done against terror. Join us now. This action is important in the same way as actions to increase security on the ground and its goal is to stop the terror. Today, Facebook has become a haven for terrorists: they publish their actions on their Facebook pages, garner support, receive instructions and direction to murder Jews – and all this under the sponsorship of a commercial company that has the power to stop it easily. At the time that Facebook suffices with words and tells us that it intends “to remove inciting pages” – the website is filling up more and more each moment with severe incitement and it is our task to do everything to stop this.”


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