Thursday, 16 January 2014

Gaza Wrecking Ball - A parody of the Miley Cyrus single

"They came in with a wrecking ball
Tore down our homes and all we loved
All we wanted was to live our lives
All they ever did was hate us
Yeah, they, hate us"

In August 2005, the State of Israel forcefully evacuated 9,000 Jews from the Gush Katif "Harvest Belt" of Gaza and from northern Samaria. Orange was the color of the protest. While billed as an act of peace, the operation has caused untold devastation to both Jews and Arabs alike. Ultimately, it was a strategic retreat, an act of appeasement of Palestinian terror and an act of aggression against innocent Jews. The story of the Jewish victims of this tragedy has gone largely untold, until now, in this parody of the Miley Cyrus mega-hit "Wrecking Ball." #gazawreckingball

Read more about the aftermath of the withdrawal through the eyes of a good Gaza girl gone bad in "The Settler," a novel by Orit Arfa. Go to:

Appeasing the terrorists didn't work in 2005 and won't work now.

Thanks to Guido Fawkes for the spot.

1 comment:

Edward Spalton said...

I was astonished to see the Palestinians wrecking and destroying the well maintained farms, factories and facilities which the Israelis had left behind. It was a hate-filled rampage of self-harming destruction targeted against valuale assts assets which could have brought prosperity to many Palestinians