Der kan man bare se – jødernes, amerikanernes og Pia Kjærsgaards ondskabsfuldhed kender ingen grænser. Man husker stadig med forfærdelse, at USA inficerede de irakiske kyster med hajer, som skulle æde fiskerne.
Iøvrigt er denne beskyldning rent historisk interessant, når man husker, at muhamedanske erobrere bevidst spredte den sorte byldepest ved at smide pest-lig ind over Konstantinopels mure med ballista’er.
Men man må da i det mindste sige at rotter er mere bæredygtige end kamp-helkoptere (som jo forurener værre end en brændeovn), så israelerne gør da i det mindste en indsats for øgologien.
For det har selvfølgelig intet at gøre med, at de såkaldte “palæstinensere” bruger alle deres penge på koranskoler til at give nye generationer de rette holdninger, samt våben til at slå jøder og andre vantro ihjel med, frem for at bruge dem til at få oprettet en infrastruktur, vel?
Moskéer og våben er jo – som vi alle ved – vigtigere end lokummer og daglig renovering.
Via Jihad Watch, hvor en af læserne kommenterer:
Don’t forget, Jerry, that the Prophet himself proved the Hebraic origin of (some) rats by offering them a choice between goat’s milk (kosher), and camel’s milk (nonkosher)–the rats prefered the goat’s milk. So there, all you sneering Zionist progeny of rodents! /sarc
Jul. 20, 2008
Khaled Abu Toameh , THE JERUSALEM POST
The Palestinian Authority’s official news agency Wafa says Israel is using rats to drive Arab families out of their homes in the Old City of Jerusalem.
In the past the news agency, which is controlled and funded by PA President Mahmoud Abbas’s office, has accused Israel of using wild pigs to drive Palestinians out of their homes and fields in the West Bank. In the reports, Palestinians were quoted by the agency as saying that they had seen Israelis release herds of wild pigs, which later attacked them.
But this is the first time that Palestinians have spoken of rats being used against them.
“Rats have become an Israeli weapon to displace and expel Arab residents of the occupied Old City of Jerusalem,” Wafa reported under the title, “Settlers flood the Old City of Jerusalem with rats.” The report continued: “Over the past two months, dozens of settlers come to the alleyways and streets of the Old City carrying iron cages full of rats. They release the rats, which find shelter in open sewage systems.”
Wafa quoted unnamed Arab residents as saying that they had tried to eliminate the rats with various poisons, but to no avail.
Israel’s goal was to “increase the suffering of the [Arabs] in Jerusalem by turning their lives into a real tragedy and forcing them to evict their homes and leave the city,” Hasan Khater, secretary-general of the Islamic-Christian Front in Jerusalem, was quoted as saying.
Jerusalem Municipality spokesman Gidi Schmerling said that the report was “pure fiction,” and had no connection to reality.