Tuesday, September 18, 2007

Another not so fun post

I got this info from a broadcast email sent to me by a distant cousin a few weeks back and just stumbled upon it again a few minutes ago. I checked it out on Snopes.com and there was no info on it pro or con so I would have to believe that these sources are correct. As I have mentioned in earlier blogs my intent of this blog site is not for posting downer stories like this one but at the same time nothing irks me more than the hypocrisy of the liberal left in the Western World. Not to compare Israel's occupation of the West Bank to the French's occupation of Algeria (Jews need the buffer of troops in the PA for mere survival while with the French it was for imperialist reasons) yet the French followed closely by the English (More Imperialists) are so quick to jump on Israel and try to make it appear like an a partied state. So if given the forum to expose what can only be referred to as bull s%#t I give you the latest by our good friends from HBO..

Dear friends

Today's New York Times carries a review of a film called "Hot House"
that goes inside Israeli prisons and examines the lives of
Palestinian prisoners. We're not recommending the film or the review .
But we do want to share our feelings with you about the beaming
female face that adorns the article. You can see it here.
The film is produced by HBO. So it's presumably HBO's publicity
department that was responsible for creating and distributing a
glamor-style photograph of a smiling, contented-looking young woman
in her twenties to promote the movie.

That female is our child's murderer. She was sentenced to sixteen
life sentences or 320 years which she is serving in an Israeli jail.
Fifteen people were killed and more than a hundred maimed and injured
by the actions of this attractive person and her associates. The
background is here.

Neither the New York Times nor HBO are likely to give even a moment's
attention to the victims of the barbarians who destroyed the Sbarro
restaurant in Jerusalem and the lives of so many victims. So we would
be grateful if you would pass along this link to some pictures of our
daughter whose name was Malki. She was unable to reach her twenties -
Hamas saw to that.

Though she was only fifteen years old when her life was stolen from
her and from us, we think Malki was a beautiful young woman, living a
beautiful life. We ask your help so that other people - far fewer
than the number who will see the New York Times, of course - can know
about her. Please ask your friends to look at the pictures - some of
the very few we have - of our murdered daughter.

They are at

And remind them of what the woman in the Israeli prison - the woman
smiling so happily in the New York Times - said last year. "I'm not
sorry for what I did. We'll become free from the occupation and then
I will be free from prison."

With so many voices demanding that Israel release its terrorist
prisoners, small wonder she's smiling.

With greetings from Jerusalem,
Frimet and Arnold Roth
On behalf of Keren Malki


The-View-From-Ramot said...

Thanks for passing this along. As you said, it's quite authentic. My wife and I wrote and circulated it, and the New York Times, after a considerable delay, published my wife's letter.

Good wishes,
Arnold Roth

Published: July 7, 2007
The New York Times
To the Editor:

Re “An Odd Understanding Reached in Israeli Prisons,” by Neil Genzlinger (Television review, June 27):

I wonder when the photo of Ahlam Tamimi was taken. Perhaps when she learned that the bombing of Jerusalem’s Sbarro restaurant had killed 15 and not 8, as she had presumed. She helped execute that massacre and actually smiled upon hearing that.

Ms. Tamimi decimated one family — a mother, a father and three of their eight children; robbed another American couple of their only child, pregnant with their first grandchild; and ended the life of my beautiful, kind 15-year-old daughter, Malki.

The photo reinforced Mr. Genzlinger’s message: There is no black or white here. Just intransigents playing at “cat and mouse.” But he did not mention this: Hundreds of Israeli children have been targeted and murdered in playgrounds, on school buses and in pizza shops.

Their murderers were not freedom fighters or militants or attractive young women. They were simply evil people who, like Ms. Tamimi, enjoy murdering children and babies.

Frimet Roth
Jerusalem, July 6, 2007

Online at http://www.nytimes.com/2007/07/07/opinion/l07jerusalem.html?ex=1341460800&en=d53e193eafb502cc&ei=5124&partner=permalink&exprod=permalink

bpositive said...

Thanks for stoping by my site..how did you know about my posting your letter?

The-View-From-Ramot said...

A friend pointed us to it. We appreciate you helping us to get the message out.
- Arnold.