All we hear from the American Pravda regarding the Palestinians is how they are experiencing terrible suffering due to mistreatment by those nasty Israelis. But, is that really the case? Of course not; the American Pravda and the leftists have an agenda that they are pushing.
Read from Israel Matzav:
UN envoy to Peres: No humanitarian crisis in Gaza
"Well, how's this for a bombshell that will be ignored by the mainstream media: President Shimon Peres met on Wednesday with Robert Serry, the very same United Nations coordinator for the 'Middle East peace process' who ripped the government on Tuesday for including the Machpeila Cave and Rachel's Tomb as part of the Jewish heritage project. Serry, obviously no great lover of Israel, admitted to Peres that there is no 'humanitarian crisis' in the Gaza Strip.
'United Nations Middle East envoy Robert Serry, who met with President Shimon Peres in Jerusalem on Wednesday, said, “There is no humanitarian problem in Gaza.”
Serry acknowledged, however, that there is a need for certain goods in Gaza, such as materials for the rehabilitation of several buildings. This puts the lie to claims by international groups of a “humanitarian crisis” in Gaza caused by Israel’s partial blockade. In fact, Israel has allowed tens of thousands of tons of humanitarian and basic goods to be brought into Gaza via its crossings.'
Hmmm. I'll bet you won't find this story in the New York Times or al-Beeb."
FYI, Americans aren't falling for the "poor Palestinians" agenda. In fact, support for Israel is rising. Read from Atlas Shrugs:
American Support for Israel at Near Record High
"Yes, because America is essentially a good country. Decent and kind. And in any war between the civilized man and the savage, you always side with the civilized man.
Obama, OTOH, ................... better get a clue. The country does not share his anti-semitism.
Support for Israel in U.S. at 63%, Near Record High Gallup hat tip George
Near-record-low 30% optimistic about Muslim-Israeli peace by Lydia Saad
PRINCETON, NJ -- 'For the first time since 1991, more than 6 in 10 Americans -- 63% -- say their sympathies in the Middle East situation lie more with the Israelis than with the Palestinians. Fifteen percent side more with the Palestinians, down slightly from recent years, while a combined 23% favor both sides, favor neither side, or have no opinion.
The 63% sympathizing with Israel today is statistically unchanged from the 58% to 59% seen from 2006 to 2009; however, it is considerably higher than most of the previous readings on this Gallup measure since 1993. The trend includes two 38% readings in 1996 and 1997.
Only in January 1991 -- shortly after Israel was hit by Iraqi Scud missiles during the Gulf War -- did U.S. support for Israel register as high as it does today.
Over the last five years, support for Israel has increased slightly among Republicans (rising from about 77% for each of the past several years to 85% today) and independents, but has stayed roughly the same among Democrats. Since 2001, however, there has been a more dramatic shift in partisan attitudes: a 25-point increase in sympathy for Israel among Republicans and an 18-point increase among independents. Even on this longer-term basis, support for Israel among Democrats has been relatively flat.'
And the Jews cling to the Democrat party, like the Gazans cling to 'occupation.'"