Wednesday, December 30, 2009

Mr. Palestine House walked at the front of the parade

Just in case Palestine House claims never to have seen this man (seen here waving both the "Palestinian" and Hezbollah flags simultaneously) before, here he is leading the parade.

In the bottom photo, that's Rafeef Ziadah of Palestine House on the truck leading the chants.

(Click to enlarge.)

Update: Thanks to macondo for pointing out Mr. Palestine House's appearance on this video taken at the January 3rd anti-Israel hate orgy (pay attention at the 1:08 and 2:00 marks). When I saw him on Sunday, I knew he looked familiar. I wonder where else I've seen him?

Tuesday, December 29, 2009

Nazi salutes at the Gaza Freedom March

Read what the stick says in the second photo from the top: Palestine House.

Gee, maybe it's time someone started looking into whether or not Palestine House receives government funding.

If you look at the bottom two photos here, you will see that these sieg-heilers were standing directly across from the (mostly Jewish) pro-Israel counter-protesters.

(Photo Credit: A friend.)

Update: Blazing Cat Fur has info on Palestine House's substantial government funding, plus a photo of the same man waving both the "Palestinian" flag and the Hezbollah flag at the same time.

Nasrallah on his scarf

What's that on his necklace?

Does Peggy Nash know she was so ably represented?

Sartorial splendor

Moths to a flame

Like moths to a flame, some of the Israel-haters felt compelled to get as close as possible to the Zionists.

This month's Gaza Book Club selection

Reading faces, reading signs

Sign of the times

Sunday, December 27, 2009

It's Arabic

My conversation with one of the women holding the banner for Code Pink's Canadian delegation (which looked like a grand total of three women):

Me: "What does it say on the bottom of the banner there?"

CP'er: "What? Where?"

Me (pointing): "There. What does that say?"

CP'er: "Oh, that's Arabic. I don't know. Maybe it's a repeat or something."


Photo Credit: A Friend


Photo Credit: A Friend.

Nae in my name

He's nae kin o' mine.