Postcards from Hell – The Face of Gaza’s Humanitarian Crisis
by YORI YANOVER
July 11, 2012
According to Shari'ah or Islamic doctrine (Koran and Hadith), deception - taquiya - is not only permitted in certain circumstances with other Muslims but it is required or obligatory in dealings with infidels (non-Muslims). It is the duty of Muslims to establish the eventual supremacy of Islam and Muslims worldwide; to institute a global caliphate under shari'ah using deceit (taquiya), if necessary.
Shari'ah is completely unlike Catholic Canon law or Halacha, which are both optional for Catholics and Jews, respectfully, and do not apply to practitioners of other faiths. Shari'ah is imposed on everyone regardless of religion and nullifies all man-made law.
A Catholic woman may freely choose to have an abortion, commit adultery or obtain a divorce. She may be excommunicated from the Church but will never be stoned to death or honor killed by her husband and father. Both Halacha and Canon law recognize the higher authority of State law; Judaism with "Dina de malchuta dina" or "the law of the land is the law" and Catholicism with the "rendering unto Caesar things which are Caesar's and unto G-d the things that are G-d's" defining the relationship between Christianity and secular authority.
As is evidenced below, the West has been fed a diet of "taquiya" on the "desperate" situation in Gaza. See for yourself.
Janet Levy, Los Angeles
"Gaza is the largest Palestinian city, roughly 500,000 in the metro area, out of 850.000 altogether in the province of Gaza. In 2009 the total population of the Gaza Strip was estimated in 2009 at 1,600,000."
We Google-translated the above from رحلة سياحية لغزة (Tourist Trip to Gaza), which is part of the Tourism section of a website belonging to a radio station named "Sun." The section on Gaza encourages tourism to the city which has been associated in popular public opinion with images of starving refugees huddled in shacks under daily Zionist air raids.
Sun is a regular radio broadcast of the Arab minority in Israel since 2003. Its slogan is: "Free Radio, modern Radio." It says it represents the generation that no longer accepts being second class citizens in Israel. It is open to liberals who dare to break all political or social taboos. It also works to challenge the institution of the state and at the same time to build bridges of understanding and co-existence between Jews and Arabs.
The "Visit Gaza" section is current, and offers stunning images of Gaza City, a beautiful and vivacious place that could easily compete with many Israeli beach towns, including my own gorgeous city of Netanya.
So, all we have left to do is to take you on a tour of Gaza, and for the fun of it, we'll add to these fabulous images quotes from two sources about conditions in this lovely city by the sea, UNRWA and the PA. In the end there's a video you don't want to miss. Enjoy!