Troubling Israeli army T Shirts

March 24, 2009

In a story that is mind boggling in the current world climate T-Shirts have been made and given to the Israeli army, recommending the shooting of women, children, and even pregnant mothers! See article here.

Current Israeli behaviour is nothing like the Nazi’s, come on!

The article says that the T-shirts, “make light of shooting pregnant Palestinian mothers and children and include images of dead babies and destroyed mosques.” Make light!?  No, these T Shirts out right recommend and promote the action amongst soldiers. These T Shirts therefor promote and make a gag out of war crimes. Funny haha, as in, “… as if any Israeli will ever be prosecuted for war crimes?”.

Would the US Government allow soldiers to receive T Shirts from anyone that recommend the killing of women and children in Iraq or Afghanistan? No. And if they did, the shit would hit the motherfucking fan.

Did the Nazi’s ever have attire declaring their homicidal desire. No.

This is totally wack. How do they get away with it? Oh, hang on a minute, what am I saying…

One of the T-shirts suggests a form of genocidal eugenics, just read this from the article above, “Perhaps the most shocking design shows a Palestinian mother weeping next to her dead baby’s grave, also in the cross hairs of a rifle. It suggests it would have been better if the child had never been born, with the slogan “Better use Durex”. It also suggests she should be shot for not wearing Durex. Charming.

I mean, I’m all for a strong Israel, but this is getting a little out of hand, no? On the heels of the recent Gaza war crimes, one has to ask the question, can anyone stand up to this small rogue state and get it to pull its head in a little? Again, the answer, No.

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4 Responses to “Troubling Israeli army T Shirts”

  1. nigger said

    you are for a strong israel but call it a ‘rogue state’…
    fuck you

  2. Peacelover42 said

    Before posting something as provocative as this on the internet, make sure you have your facts right. (and I say ‘provocative’ intentionally – controversy is not a prolem unless it incites hatred with invalid justification).
    You need to cite sources for this. How are we to know that it is a true story? It could just as easily be an anti-Zionist warmongerer wearing the T-shirts. The media thrives of images and photos are easily faked and framed. Even if this is genuine, there is NO WAY that this is common practice in the Israeli army. Unfortunately people will be people and if you look hard enough, of course there will be examples of evil individuals. But the Israeli army operates on the basis of achieving peace and social justice.
    If you want to question that, be prepared to back it up with FACT.

  3. Peacelover42 said

    And while I’m ranting, always be prepared to question photos!!! Notice how the models in the pictures appear to be wearing army uniform but are so conveniently facing away. There is no army slogan on their hats and their faces aren’t on view so they can’t be identified.
    I know it sounds like I’m very one-sided but what’s important to me is the truth. I in no way condone all of the Israeli government’s actions but I DO think that the facts need to come before the fiction.
    Kindly check out this link:
    http://www.awesomeseminars.com/mediabias.php
    I haven’t seen the entire site but while it may not be neutral, this particular video is clearly logical and creditable. Perhaps, at the least, it will encourage you not automatically to accept everything in photo form.

  4. richard777 said

    Here is the link to Murdoch’s Sky News I included in the article and hardly a nest of anti-Zionist feeling, I might add:

    http://news.sky.com/skynews/Home/World-News/Israeli-Army-T-Shirts-Mock-Killing-Palestinian-Women-And-Children-During-Gaza-Offensive/Article/200903315245946?f=rss

    Here are two more links:

    http://imeu.net/news/article0016292.shtml

    and

    http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/7960071.stm

    The last is from the BBC, that enough for you? I’m not making it up.

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