Parisians For Hezbollah: An On-Going Series
There was another large pro-Hezbollah demonstration in Paris on Saturday. France-Echos has a whole gallery of frightening photos and videos. Unfortunately I cannot access the videos without certain plug-ins that I haven't been able to download. The photos are a reminder to me that every time I wish I were back in Paris, I should really think again.
The top photo is interesting because the sign in the background seems to be saying "Jews and Arabs united for justice." I'm guessing that the first word is "Juifs", since the sponsor of the sign is the French Jewish Union for Peace (UJFP), another reminder of the divide within the French-Jewish community. The UJFP is a militant group that advocates self-determination for Palestine. The letters "bardeme" on the first sign are from "bombardement". I don't know, but I would imagine that most of the Jews remaining in France are of the left-wing variety, the others having left for Israel or elsewhere. Statistics I've seen place the number of Jews in France at anywhere from 350,000 to 600,000.
Here is what France-Echos says:
While Germany bans Nazi-Islamist demonstrations on its territory, another pro-terrorist rally took place on Saturday August 12, in Paris. With impunity. The cries, "We are all Hezbollah" and "Allah Akbar" rang out.
Towards the end, France-Echos posts another photo (not from August 12) of Hezbollah making the Nazi salute and points out that the photo is discussed in more detail at the satirical blog Cochon Hallal (Halal Pork):
For the first time, as far as I know, an image proving that the idols of MRAP, PCF, LCR...are Nazis, was shown on French television. Note that already in July, an image of the Fatah making the Nazi salute had been printed in Libération. That the picture was from an archive is noteworthy, for it proves that the media has known for a long time that the Palestinians are Muslims drawing their inspiration from Hitlerism...The idiots of the retarded Left who are re-enacting the German-Soviet pact will never be able to say "I didn't know"...
The author of the above is none other than Imam Grouik-Grouik.