Rest in Peace Mohammed Abu Khadr
This magnificent poem by English poet, actor and awards-winning playwright Heathcote Williams is a stunning revelation of the evil that lies at the heart of modern Israel and the Zionism from which its founders sprang. Following are the first four stanzas.
An old man holds a placard that reads,
“You take my water, burn my olive trees,
Destroy my house, take my job, steal my land,
Imprison my father, kill my mother,
Bombard my country, starve us all,
Humiliate us all, but I am to blame:
I shot a rocket back.”
Here are some ungodly chants
From the Zionist Book of Psalms
Which are used to justify
Laying waste to a whole country
And to its inhabitants:
“We must blow Gaza back to the Middle Ages
Destroying all the infrastructure including roads and water”
Eli Yishai, former Deputy Prime Minister.
“There should be no electricity in Gaza,
No gasoline or moving vehicles, nothing. …
We need to flatten entire neighborhoods
… flatten all of Gaza”
Israeli journalist Gilad Sharon in the Jerusalem Post.
For the rest of the poem, please click on the link below.
I have never read such a brilliant condensation of the evil that lies at the root and heart of modern Israel than this. I am stunned. This is a message that needs to be passed on around the world so that the message finally gets to the leaders of the U.S., the UK, France, Germany, Japan and every other nation on this planet of ours. Enough is, finally, way more than enough of this vicious charade.
Such anger on both sides in that whole region. Shame.