Two mortar shells kill ‘refugees’ fired from Syria

Remember this quote from Danny Gillerman, outgoing Ambassador to the United Nations?

“Muslims are killing Muslims. When Christians kill Muslims, it’s the Crusades. When Jews kill Muslims it’s murder, and when Muslims kill Muslims, it’s like talking about the weather. Nobody really cares about it,”

The story below is a rather sterling example of exactly that:

Mortar shells kill 20 in Damascus Palestinian camp

BEIRUT (Reuters) – At least 20 people were killed on Thursday when Syrian security forces fired three mortar rounds at a Palestinian camp in Damascus, medical sources said.

Witnesses in the camp told Reuters by telephone that the mortars hit a busy street as people were preparing a Ramadan meal to break their fasting.

“I saw it all, I was going to my house when the first round hit the street, people ran to check the damage when the second one hit the same area,” a resident said.

“Many people were killed immediately,” she said.

Doctors at three nearby hospitals said at least 20 people were killed

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3 Replies to “Two mortar shells kill ‘refugees’ fired from Syria”

  1. Muslims are killing Muslims. When Christians kill Muslims, it’s the Crusades. When Jews kill Muslims it’s murder, and when Muslims kill Muslims, it’s like talking about the weather. Nobody really cares about it,”

    And yet when we talk about them we are racists…….go figure

  2. Another nail in the coffin of the Palestinian myth. We’ve known all along that the Arabs don’t give a damn about the Palestinians and that the Palestinians are just a tool to discredit Israel. There are countless examples of this and this is just another one.
    Although, I do use the word ‘countless’ with some hesitation as even countless is not enough, so it seems, to convince the morons on the Left, that the Palestinian cause is one big farce.

  3. Why are they still calling these “refugee camps”? From what event would refugees exist in Damascus?

    They surely can’t be referring to refugees from a war that happened in history the greater part of a century ago?

    A lie kept too long turns always morphs into something far different from the intent of the lie.

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