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Tuesday, January 06, 2004

This is too much

Likud militants??


Hard-line Likud militants yell and clap their hands in disapproval as
Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon speaks during a meeting of the
central committee of his right-wing Likud party in Tel Aviv Monday
Jan. 5, 2004. Speaking above boos and catcalls, Sharon said Israel
would agree to formation of a Palestinian state in negotiations
dictated by the U.S.-backed 'road map' peace plan and that Israel
would withdraw from some Jewish settlements in a peace agreement
with the Palestinians. (AP Photo/Ariel Schalit)
Jooooos attending a political conference are militants? Are, by definition, "engaged in warfare"?
While terrorists are activists? I can't bear this crap any more.

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NOTE that the AP uses the word, militants, for Likud Party members,
but THESE MILITANTS are ACTIVISTS:

Palestinian masked Islamic Jihad militants ride a truck and supporters
raise their hands up while chanting Islamic slogans during a rally to
mark last week's killing of Islamic Jihad's top commander in the Gaza
Strip, Mekled Hameid in Jabaliya refugee camp northern Gaza Strip,
Friday Jan. 2, 2004. Hameid, two more Islamic Jihad militants and
two bystanders were killed during an Israeli air strike in Thursday
Dec. 25, 2003 in Gaza city. Activists wave black Islamic Jihad flags.
Arabic on headband that reads 'Al Quds Brigade', a militia linked
to Islamic Jihad. (AP Photo/Adel Hana)

and in AP-DEMENTIA-LAND, this F***ING MURDEROUS BOMBER
- may he rot in hell and his name be erased -
IS AN ACTIVIST!!!


Palestinian Saed Hanani, an activist in the Popular
Front for the Liberation of Palestine (PFLP) from the
West Bank village of Beit Fourik near Nablus is seen
in this picture released Thursday Dec. 25, 2003.
Hanani, 17, blew himself up at a bus stop in the town
Bnei Brak next to Tel Aviv Thursday, killing three
bystanders and injuring at least 13 people
. (AP Photo)
AP - Dec 25 2:28 PM

ARGHH and GRRRRRRR. A POX ON THE ASSOCIATED PRESS AND ALL THEIR PROFITS.


Associated Press
50 Rockefeller Plaza
New York, N.Y. 10020
Phone: 212-621-1500
Fax: 212-621-7520
E-mail: info@ap.org or feedback@ap.org
President, Louis Boccardi
International Desk Phone: 212-621-1663
Photos Phone: 212-621-1900
Graphics Phone: 212-621-1905
Corporate Communications Phone: 212-621-1720