Morning Star: 100 Britons join Israel’s campaign of-terror
According to Reuters in January, “Britons travelling to Syria to help the rebels fighting President Bashar al-Assad could be arrested on their return, a senior police chief warned on Saturday, saying they may pose a security risk to the UK.
“Peter Fahy, head of the Association of Chief Police Officers, said there was “huge concern” about Britons, including a rising number of youngsters, fighting in Syria and becoming radicalised by hardline Islamists.
“British police have already arrested 16 people on suspicion of terrorism offences in Syria this year, some as young as 17, compared to 24 arrests in all of 2013.
“Nawal Msaad, 26, a university student, was arrested at Heathrow Airport and charged with trying to smuggle 20,000 euros (16,373.56 pounds) to fighters in Syria. She appeared in court but did not enter a plea and was remanded in custody.”
But Israel’s so-called Israel Defence Force has claimed that 100 British youths have now joined the Israeli forces and may be deployed in the invasion of Gaza. A Facebook web page has been set up to recruit more young men for their campaign.
According to the BBC, under the Government’s Serious Crime Bill in the Queen’s Speech, “Those suspected of attending terrorist training camps abroad, such as in Syria, and other acts preparatory to terrorism will be liable for prosecution in the UK.”
The Bill is not yet law, but we must demand that MPs see that this recruiting of vulnerable young men to fight in foreign wars stops right now.
An Israeli song glorifies the soldiers massacring Palestinians in Gaza
|A mother sitting by the phone, shes scared and tired, she feels alone. Her only son is serving on the line. And as she waits, she cries out loud. She prays the he’s o.k., her child. The world joins in this prayer for him in time.O Hashem, protect our men in arms. As they defend our land, shield them from harm. Hu yivarech et chayalei tzava hagana li Yisroel, Hu Yivarech.
May you bless the soldiers of the Israel Defense Forces, may you bless.
A boy looks out at his front yard – a passing jeep filled with guards. And he knows he’s not much younger than these men. Some day soon he will be called to defend his country that he loves. And the world joins him in prayer again for them.
Ha’omdim al mishmar artzeinu, al mishmar artzeinu V’arech elokeinu, Hu Yivarech et Chalei tzavah.
May He bless the fighters of the Israel Defense Forces, who stand guard over our land and the cities of our God.