jeudi 26 octobre 2006

Un peu de médias arabes

Un peu d'histoire version télévision palestinienne :
“Who would have believed, back then, when Islam began in the time of the prophet…that the Israelis would arrive 1400 years later, conquer Jerusalem and would make this wall into their special place of worship, where they worship and pray? It’s incredible!”­Hassan Khader, founder of the Al Quds Encyclopedia, arguing on Palestinian Authority television that the Jews have no ancient historical connection to the Western Wall of the Second Temple in Jerusalem. “The first connection of the Jews to this site began in the 16th Century…its roots are not like the roots of the Islamic connection… The Jewish connection to this site is a fabricated connection, a coincidental connection.”
(Palestinian Media Watch, Oct. 19)

Un peu de menace version télévision iranienne :
“You should believe that this regime [Israel] cannot last and has no more benefit to you... What benefit have you got in supporting this regime, except the hatred of the nations? We have advised the Europeans that the Americans are far away but you are the neighbours of the nations in this region… You should know that the rage of people is boiling and is like an ocean that is welling up… Once its storm begins blowing, it will go beyond the borders of Lebanon and Palestine and it will hurt European countries.”­
Iranian leader Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, threatening Europe for supporting Israel. Speaking on Al-Quds Day­an annual protest held on the last Friday of the fasting month of Ramadan when Iranians are officially encouraged to demonstrate in support of the Palestinians­Ahmadinejad announced that Israel could not last long after its experience this summer fighting against the Lebanese Shiite militia Hezbollah. “Hezbollah shattered the myth that Israel is undefeatable,” he said. “Now Israel has no reason to exist.” State-run television showed tens of thousands of demonstrators around the country who carried pictures of Hassan Nasrallah, the leader of the terrorist Hezbollah, and set fire to American and Israeli flags.
(Ha’aretz, Oct. 20; New York Times, Oct. 21)

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