Monday, June 21, 2010

Lebanese "humanitarian" behind Gaza boats: Israeli Jews should "go back to Poland"

The Jerusalem Post provides the following informative portrait of Yasser Kashlak, the man behind the "humanitarian" boats being sent from Lebanon to Gaza:
Meanwhile, Yasser Kashlak, a Syrian businessman of Palestinian descent who heads the "Free Palestine Organization" and is funding this boat, as well as another that is to carry journalists and parliamentarians, said over the weekend on Hizbullah's al-Manar television station that he was more and more optimistic that one day these same boats would take "Europe's refuse [the Jews] that came to my homeland back to their homelands.
"Gilad Schalit should go back to Paris and those murderers go back to Poland, and after that we will chase them until the ends of the earth to bring them to justice for their acts of slaughter from Deir Yassin until today." Kashlak, a fervent Hizbullah supporter, called Israel a "rabid dog sent to the region to frighten the Arabs. He said he had a message for Israelis: 'Get on the ships we are sending you and go back to your lands. Don't let the moderate Arab leaders delude you, [you] cannot make peace with us. Our children will return to Palestine, you have no reason for coexistence. Even if our leaders will sign a peace agreement, we will not sign.'" He said the boat carrying journalists and parliamentarians will carry 12 former American diplomats as well..
The nature of the mission and its initiator seem to be clear. The IDF would be foolish to suppose this ship can be boarded peacefully. The world would be foolish to characterize the voyage as a "humanitarian" "peace" mission.
Ami Issroff 

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