Skip to comments.Wikileaks documents, in the Arab media (It's a US/Israel hate fest)
Posted on 10/24/2010 12:26:15 PM PDT by Mister Ghost
Syria Al-Baath newspaper op-ed:
From Hillary Clinton to the Head of the NATO Anders Rasmussen
Those who condemned the publication of Wikileaks documents, not a single person said sorry for the killing of Iraqi civilians at U.S. checkpoints.
In the history of racism, there are no racists more than those people, O, with the exception of the fascist terrorist entity of Israel.
From Saudi Arabia newspaper Al-Riyadh:
If crimes were prosecuted on behalf of the [international] law, then what happened in Iraq is no less horrible of what happened in Bosnia and Herzegovina, or what said on the extermination of the Jews, Armenians, and Darfur and others.
The problem is that this case, is very similar to Israels crimes in Palestine when its leaders are excluded from the [international] courts, or in the U.S., which avoided the name of power and hegemony, it leaders are unquestionable of the crimes of Hiroshima, Nagasaki, My Lai, and then finally what the series of documents uncovered by what happened in Afghanistan and Iraq.
From Al-Khaleej newspaper
Wikileaks documents of the Iraq war, are evidence of war crimes against humanity of the leaders of U.S and British politicians and military, must not stay above the law, but the international justice is selective. Unfortunately, applied in Rwanda, Burundi, Sierra Leone, and Darfur, excludes the tyranny of the United States, Britain and Israel.
(Excerpt) Read more at roadstoiraq.com ...
All moslems hate kafirs & infidels.
So what’s new?
Wikileaks documents curiously appear just before a major U.S. election.
Is it possible that October Surprises have made the jump to treason?
What do the Dems know about this, and when did they know it?
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