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LWW
07-24-2010, 12:25 PM
>>>OF COURSE THAT ISN'T HOW THE PESKY JEWS ARE SPINNING IT<<< (http://barenakedislam.wordpress.com/2010/04/26/israel-saves-the-life-of-a-top-hamas-official’s-daughter-but-arab-and-western-media-wont-report-it/) Noooo.... They would have you believe that a Palestinian doctor botched a surgery, and when the King of Jordan requested Israel allow the 3 year old oppressed victim of Israeli aggression into Israel for surgery, that they agreed, sent a team of doctors to stabilize the girl, and then sent a fighter escort to ensure safe passage of a Jordanian military helicopter carrying the little girl.

They would then have you believe that this victim was given a proper surgery and returned in good health to her Hamas father.Which we all know is more Israeli-Yankee Imperialistic LIES!They clearly kidnapped the girl, tortured her, and then only returned her upon threat of a massive and righteous Jihad that would sweep the scum of Israel off the map.

Lets face it. Who are you going to believe? The Israelis? Or the Ghost of Rachel Corrie?

I LOVE SATIRE (http://www.thepeoplescube.com/red/viewtopic.php?t=5716)

<div class="ubbcode-block"><div class="ubbcode-header">Quote:</div><div class="ubbcode-body">Israel, over the weekend, saved the life of a three-year-old daughter of a top Gaza-based Hamas leader, though the act of kindness was completely ignored by the terrorist group and regional Arab and Western liberal media.
The girl, daughter of Hamas Interior Minister Elham Fathi Hammad, was the victim of a unsuccessful heart operation in Gaza. She was in critical condition when Jordan’s King Abdullah II requested that Israel allow her immediate transport to Amman for emergency surgery.

Israel agreed to the transfer, but the girl was in no condition to travel such a distance, so she was first rushed to Barzilai Hospital in the nearby Israeli coastal city of Ashkelon, where doctors worked for hours to repair the damage of her earlier surgery and stabilize her. A Jordanian helicopter was later escorted through Israeli airspace to pick up the girl and move her to Amman.

<span style='font-size: 14pt'>Our medical ethics do not distinguish between patients. We treat whoever needs to be treated.</span>

One Gaza Arab woman refused to identify herself to AP because of fear of retribution by terrorists if it were known that her two-month-old granddaughter is being treated in an Israeli hospital. “I am very sad and hurt. We want peace, not war,” she said as Israel began retaliating after hundreds of Arab rocket and mortar attacks, some of them lethal.
Jordanian media later reported on the incident, but completely cut out the portion where the girl’s life was saved by Israeli doctors or that Israel has not hesitated to allow the unfettered transport through its territory of a family member of one of its most dedicated enemies.

Since the start of 2009, approximately 8,000 Gazan patients and their families have entered Israel for medical reasons.

<span style='font-size: 26pt'>Hammad later issued a public statement thanking Jordan and King Abdullah. He did not mention Israel at all. </span></div></div>

http://www.israeltoday.co.il/default.aspx?tabid=178&nid=20976 (http://)

LWW