May 31st, 2010
12:32 PM ET

Latest developments: Israeli raid on flotilla

[Updated at 10:57 p.m.] Here are the latest developments involving the pre-dawn raid by Israeli military on a flotilla of six ships carrying aid for the Palestinian territory of Gaza:

LATEST DETAILS

- Times Square protest draws 500 outside Israeli consulate

- One American among wounded, State Department official says

- Venezuelan network TeleSur calls on Israel to release journalist seized in raid

- As many as nine Americans may have been aboard the Gaza relief flotilla and were being held by Israeli authorities, a State Department
official said.

- The U.N. Security Council held an emergency meeting Monday called by Turkey in response to the incident.

- On Monday, Israel insisted its soldiers were defending themselves when they opened fire. "They deliberately attacked soldiers," Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said of the activists.

- In Iraq, hundreds of supporters of radical Shiite cleric Muqtada al-Sadr took to the streets of Baghdad in protest of the Israeli action.

- Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said Monday Israeli soldiers were attacked as they attempted to stop a convoy headed to Gaza to deliver aid. The soldiers were beaten and stabbed, and there was also a report of gunfire, Netanyahu said, appearing in Ottawa, Canada, with Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper. Four Israeli soldiers were injured, he said.

- Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has cut short his visit to Canada, and will return to Israel after holding a working meeting with Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper to "update him on the recent events," said an e-mailed statement from a spokesman. Netanyahu spoke with German Chancellor Angela Merkel earlier Monday, the statement said.

- The Israeli troops "were not expecting to be attacked," said Jonathan Peled, minister-counselor at the Israeli embassy in Washington. He said the soldiers came aboard carrying paintball pistols, but were attacked with knives and metal bars. One naval commando was stabbed, prompting the soldiers to open up with live fire, killing the nine, he said.

- The Palestinian Cabinet, in its weekly meeting, "strongly condemned the Israeli crime against international supporters on board of the Freedom Flotilla, which reveals, once again, Israeli disregard to the lives of innocent civilians and its disrespect to international law, norms and resolutions," the Palestinian Authority said in a statement.

THE RAID

- Israeli soldiers stormed a flotilla of six ships carrying aid for the Palestinian territory of Gaza in a pre-dawn raid on Monday, killing at least nine people, the country's military said.

- Israel Defense Forces says the number of people killed is nine, not 10 as previously reported.

- Seven Israeli soldiers were wounded in the raid, Israel Defense Forces said.

- Fifteen people captured on board the flotilla have been transferred to an Israeli prison in Beer Sheva, a spokesman for the Israeli Prison authority said Monday.

- Two Israeli naval commandos, speaking on condition of anonymity, said the Israeli soldiers boarded the ships armed with paint guns along with loaded pistols which they were only supposed to use in an emergency. Only when the soldiers felt they were mobbed and their lives were in danger did they pull our handguns and begin shooting live ammunition, they said.

- All six boats in a Gaza-bound aid flotilla were boarded by Israeli naval commandos, according to the Israel Defense Forces. Only one, the Mavi Mamara, offered resistance; the other five surrendered peacefully, the military said.

- An Israeli senior military official speaking on condition of anonymity said 15 soldiers aboard several commando boats were involved in the incident. An Israeli commando said upon descending into a boat with ropes, he was immediately attacked by a group of people. "They beat us up with metal sticks and knives," he said. "There was live fire at some point against us ... They were shooting at us from below deck." The account could not be independently verified by CNN.

- A senior Israeli military official, speaking on condition of anonymity in an independent account cleared by military censors, said Israeli troops were planning to deal with peace activists on a Gaza-bound flotilla, "not to fight." The official displayed a box from the boat containing switch blade knives, slingshots, metal balls and metal bats. "This was not spontaneous," he said. "This was planned."

- The military official said most of the nine deaths were Turks, he said. Twenty people were wounded.

- "We didn't come here for war," he said. "... They came to fight us. This was a voyage of terror."

- The Free Gaza Movement, one of the groups sponsoring the flotilla, said in a Twitter post that Israeli commandos dropped from a helicopter onto the deck of one of the ships and "immediately opened fire on unarmed civilians." Video aired on CNN sister network CNN Turk showing soldiers rappelling onto the deck of a ship from a helicopter above.

- The boarding of the ships took place more than 70 nautical miles outside Israeli territorial waters, according to the Turkish-based Humanitarian Relief Foundation or IHH - one of the organizers of the flotilla.

- The Israeli troops "were not expecting to be attacked," said Jonathan Peled, minister-counselor at the Israeli embassy in Washington. He said the soldiers came aboard carrying paintball pistols, but were attacked with knives and metal bars. One naval commando was stabbed, prompting the soldiers to open up with live fire, killing the nine, he said.

- Israeli Deputy Foreign Minister Danny Ayalon said of the organizers of the flotilla, "They have a history of arms smuggling and deadly terror. On board the ship, we found weapons that were prepared in advance and used against our forces. The organizers' intent was violent, their method was violent and unfortunately, the results were violent."

- Five soldiers were among the wounded, with two suffering serious injuries.

- The Israeli military said the soldiers were attacked with knives and gunfire and that their lives were in danger. "We did not attack any boat, we merely fulfilled the Israeli government's decision to prevent anyone from going into the Gaza strip without coordinating with Israel," a military statement said.

- IDF spokeswoman Lt. Col. Avital Leibowitz said light weapons and handguns were confiscated from the flotilla. "We basically encountered a lynch," she said. "We had to control this violence."

- Israeli government spokesman Mark Regev accused the leaders of the flotilla of looking for a fight. "They wanted to make a political statement. They wanted violence," according to Regev, who said Israel wanted a peaceful interception of the ships trying to break Israel's blockade of Gaza. "They are directly responsible for the violence and the deaths that occurred."

- The ships of the flotilla were being taken to the Israeli port of Ashdod, the military said.

- On Monday, Israel insisted its soldiers were defending themselves when they opened fire. "They deliberately attacked soldiers," Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said of the activists.

THE REACTION

- The U.N. Security Council held an emergency meeting Monday called by Turkey in response to the incident.

- In Iraq, hundreds of supporters of radical Shiite cleric Muqtada al-Sadr took to the streets of Baghdad in protest of the Israeli action.

- "We will not stop. We will go again," Free Gaza, one of the groups organizing the flotilla, said on its website. "Please, donate for the next trip ... we will go until Gaza is free."

- A protest in Paris over the incident attracted an estimated 1,000 people on the Champs-Elysees, according to CNN personnel at the scene. CNN producer Nikki Cook saw police fire tear gas at protesters, who smashed a window and threw bottles. Police riot trucks were lining up to corral the crowd, Cook said.

- German Chancellor Angela Merkel said she had spoken with Netanyahu and Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan to express her "deep concerns." Merkel said she advised both officials that everything possible should be done to avoid escalation.

- Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said Monday Israeli soldiers were attacked as they attempted to stop a convoy headed to Gaza to deliver aid. The soldiers were beaten and stabbed, and there was also a report of gunfire, Netanyahu said, appearing in Ottawa, Canada, with Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper.

- Netanyahu said he was cutting short his Canadian trip and would return to Israel.

- President Barack Obama spoke on the phone with Netanyahu Monday morning, according to a statement from the White House press office. He "said he understood the prime minister's decision to return immediately to Israel to deal with today's events ... (and) agreed to reschedule their meeting at the first opportunity."

- Obama "expressed deep regret at the loss of life in today's incident, and concern for the wounded," the statement noted. He "also expressed the importance of learning all the facts and circumstances around this morning's tragic events as soon as possible."

- Israeli Foreign Minister Avigdor Lieberman has spoken with Baroness Catherine Ashton, the European Union High Representative for Foreign Affairs, and with German Foreign Minister Guide Westerwelle on Monday, the Israeli Ministry of Foreign Affairs said in a statement. Lieberman "told them that the passengers on the ships are not freedom fighters, but terrorist supporters who fired at IDF soldiers as soon as the latter boarded the ships."

- The Palestinian Cabinet, in its weekly meeting, "strongly condemned the Israeli crime against international supporters on board of the Freedom Flotilla, which reveals, once again, Israeli disregard to the lives of innocent civilians and its disrespect to international law, norms and resolutions," the Palestinian Authority said in a statement.

- Egyptian President Mohammed Hosni Mubarak condemned Israel's interception Monday of humanitarian aid ships that were bound for Gaza, calling Israel's use of force "excessive and unjustified."

- Pakistani Prime Minister Syed Yusuf Raza Gilani, in a statement, "strongly condemned" what he called an "assault" by the Israeli military on the flotilla.

- United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon said Monday he was "shocked by reports of killing of people in boats carrying supplies to Gaza. I condemn the violence and Israel must explain." Ban spoke at a news conference shortly after the official opening of the International Criminal Court Review Conference in Uganda.

- Westerwelle said he was "very concerned" about the incident. Westerwelle said in a statement, "we want a thorough and transparent investigation. It is clear that there must be some balance in international law. It is not acceptable to distort this balance."

- Six Germans, including two members of parliament, were on board the flotilla, Westerwelle said. Their conditions were unknown. Two German embassy officials were en route to the Israeli port of Ashdod, he said.

- White House spokesman Bill Burton said Monday regarding the incident with the Gaza-bound flotilla, "The United States deeply regrets the loss of life and injuries sustained and is currently working to understand the circumstances surrounding this tragedy."

- Three members of Germany's Die Linke party were participating on board the boat where 10 people were killed, the party said Monday. So far, efforts to reach Bundestag members Annette Groth and Inge Hoeger, along with former member Norman Paech, have been unsuccessful, the party said.

- Amnesty International called for Israel to launch an immediate credible and independent investigation into the killing by its armed forces of at least 10 activists on boats protesting the Israeli blockade on the Gaza Strip. "Israeli forces appear clearly to have used excessive force," said Malcolm Smart, Amnesty International's director for the Middle East and North Africa, in a statement.

- France, Greece, Sweden and Ireland are among nations summoning their Israeli ambassadors. Other nations, including Russia, Spain, France and Indonesia, condemned the violence.

- Former British Prime Minister Tony Blair, the Mideast envoy for the so-called Quartet, a group of nations working toward peace in the region, said in a statement Monday: "I express deep regret and shock at the tragic loss of life. There obviously has to be a full investigation into what has happened. Once again I repeat my view that we need a different and better way of helping the people of Gaza and avoiding the hardship and tragedy that is inherent in the present situation."

- The Vatican said it was following the situation with "great attention and concern."

- "We have consistently advised against attempting to access Gaza in this way, because of the risks involved," said British Foreign Secretary William Hague. "But at the same time, there is a clear need for Israel to act with restraint and in line with international obligations."

- Turkey has recalled its Israeli ambassador over the incident, canceled three military exercises with the Israeli military and called back its youth national football team from Israel, where two games were scheduled, said Deputy Prime Minister Bulent Arinc. Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan will return to Turkey from Chile after meeting with the Chilean president, Arinc said. The chief of the Turkish military is cutting short a trip to Egypt. The Turkish-based Humanitarian Relief Foundation or IHH was one of the organizers of the flotilla.

- "This operation will leave a bloody stain on the history of humanity," said Arinc.

- Nations including France, Spain and Bahrain, among others, condemned the violence. The Italian foreign minister has asked the European Union for a "serious and detailed" investigation.

- Police stepped up security across Israel.

- Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas called for three days of mourning in the Palestinian territories.

- "We condemn in the strongest possible terms this Israeli attack on civilians who came from all over the world peacefully with wheelchairs and food supplies and medical supplies," said Saeb Erakat, the chief Palestinian negotiator.

- Said Palestinian Prime Minister Salam Fayyad: "Nothing can excuse this attack by armed forces on a humanitarian convoy. The Palestinian government strongly condemns this crime, which portrays, once again, Israeli disrespect for the lives of innocent civilians, and its disrespect for international law."

- Sami Abu Zuhri, a spokesman for Hamas, said: "The Israeli occupation tries to deny this massacre by saying that the activists on the boat are from Hamas and Muslim Brotherhood and this is a lying campaign, because the activists are international activists and between them are parliament members of western countries and know international peace activists."

- The British Foreign Office said it was seeking "urgent clarification" into the incident.

- After summoning its Israeli ambassador, the Greek foreign ministry said that the visit of the Israeli Joint Chiefs - scheduled for Tuesday - is being postponed, and that the Greek-Israeli military exercise that was in progress has been discontinued. A Greek foreign affairs ministry official could not say how many Greeks were aboard the six ships.

- Among the activists aboard the flotilla was Fatima Mohammadi from Chicago, according to the Free Gaza Movement – Chicago. Kevin Clark, a member of the organization, said that neither he nor Mohammadi's mother, who lives in Boise, Idaho, had heard from her. "None of us envisioned they would do this," said Clark. "Speaking for myself, this will not deter us."

- The Israeli Prime Minister's Office has issued a serious travel warning for Israelis visiting Turkey. The warning calls Israelis who are about to travel into Turkey to postpone their trip and for Israelis in Turkey to remain indoors and avoid presence in the city centers.

- More than 15,000 Israelis have canceled plans to visit Turkey, according to Guliz Akdeniz Ay, an official with tourism sales for Brontes Travel Agency, a leading travel agency in bringing Israeli tourists to Turkey. "So far, we have received more than 15,000 cancellations," he said Monday, for tours beginning the second week of June and continuing throughout the summer. All charter planes from Israel to the Turkish Mediterranean resorts of Bodrum and Marmaris have been canceled, he said.

- Lebanese Prime Minister Saad Hariri said the raid will inflame the region. "Lebanon strongly condemns this attack and calls on the international community, and specifically on the major countries which are supposed to be responsible about the peace process, to take action in order to stop this continuous violation of human rights, which is putting the international peace at risk," he said.

THE CONVOY

- The convoy of boats left European ports in a consolidated protest organized by two pro-Palestinian groups to deliver tons of food and other aid to Gaza by breaking a blockade imposed by Israel in 2007. The groups are: Free Gaza Movement and the Turkish-based IHH, a humanitarian relief foundation affiliated with the Muslim Brotherhood religious group.

- The convoy approached Gaza in defiance of an Israeli blockade, and was shadowed by three warships. Free Gaza had reported Sunday that they had been contacted by the Israeli navy. Israel wanted the flotilla to dock at Ashdod port, where supplies would be unloaded and transferred to Gaza.

- About 15,000 tons of humanitarian aid flows into Gaza per week, said Israeli government spokesman Mark Regev.

- Saying that Israeli civilians were subjected to rockets and missiles fired from Gaza that had originated from places like Iran and Syria, the military prevents all ships from reaching the Gaza shore so that ammunition or missiles cannot be brought in, Regev said.

- Israel said Sunday that Western and Turkish authorities have accused IHH of having "working relations" with different terrorist organizations.

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  1. John

    Why exactly do we (USA) give Israel $3 billion a year in aid ?? Over half of which is given as Military Aid. I guess so they can get a few more helicopters so they can attack aid ships in International Waters. I think we can find a better use for that money...maybe add it to the BP cleanup efforts ??

    May 31, 2010 at 1:44 pm | Report abuse |
    • sivan

      My dear freind, you dont understand.
      Israel fight the terror. that is why you give them money.
      it is so sad that you keep your eyes closed to see that the goverment fof Gaza dont want any aid or help, they want lgitimacy to keep on doing terror acts against the world. they are not different from Osama ben-laden and his people.

      May 31, 2010 at 2:16 pm | Report abuse |
  2. Bob

    ROB i ratted you out again lol

    May 31, 2010 at 1:46 pm | Report abuse |
  3. Bonny

    [youtube=https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gYjkLUcbJWo&w=640&h=360]

    May 31, 2010 at 1:54 pm | Report abuse |
    • Ajax

      @Bonny

      That is called resistance against your oppressors and occupiers when they were attacked in International waters.
      You could hardly say that heavily armed soldiers dropped out of Military Helicopters have friendly intentions.

      May 31, 2010 at 2:15 pm | Report abuse |
    • Bonny

      Right, right, these "peaceful" people simply trying to bring aid to the Palestinians are so oppressed by the Israeli government when they don't even live in Palestine.

      You could hardly say these individuals had peaceful intentions, as is spouted off over and over by their supporters, after watching that video. Also, if the Israelis had truly had bad intentions from the get-go they would have came in blasting people away. They only fired after being attacked, can't say the same for the "peaceful" aidbringers.

      May 31, 2010 at 2:51 pm | Report abuse |
  4. Ajax

    Reading the comments here one would think Israel owns CNN.

    Itsy bitsy teeny weeny Israel and it's supporters are the greatest danger to world peace. Some day soon they will get what is coming to them but only after they comsume and destroy the US.

    A successful parasite doesn't destroy the host.

    May 31, 2010 at 1:54 pm | Report abuse |
    • John

      You forgot: Hiel Hitler

      May 31, 2010 at 2:08 pm | Report abuse |
    • David M.

      You must be reading a different CNN than I am. CNN is the master at creating headlines that could make Mickey Mouse look like Al Capone. CNN said this flotilla was one of aid, but has not given one shred of evidence that there was any "aid" on those boats at all. So much for objective reporting.

      Also, you wrote "Itsy bitsy teeny weeny Israel and it's supporters are the greatest danger to world peace". Are you serious??? What rock do you live under? I don't recall Israel killing over 3000 people in a terrorist attack in the US. I don't recall Israel blowing up train stations in Spain. I don't recall Israel blowing up night clubs in Russia. I don't recall Israel attemptimg to blow up an airliner full of people on Christmas day. I don't recall Israel trying to blow up an SUV on Times Square a few weeks ago. Seems these acts were ALL done by those peaceful Muslims who have the stated goal of eliminating Israel from the face of the earth. And you think Israel is the greatest threat to world peace?????

      I agree that they used excessive force in this particular case, but to say they are the greatest danger to world peach is an ill-informed, prejudicial statement that has no basis.

      May 31, 2010 at 2:59 pm | Report abuse |
  5. The Dude

    1st) Israel really can not hold it's own.....we help them.....I am okay with that. 2nd) Do I like it, not really. But it's better than the alternative, I mean until the large Islamic theocracys bring thier backwards asses into the present day this wont end. Last) Sure both sides do wrong...but we got more in common with israel than we do Saudi Arabia. I think the only times there has really ever been peace there is when the romans and greeks ruled the area and ironically ....persia, right?

    May 31, 2010 at 1:56 pm | Report abuse |
  6. Gavin Cato

    This is the same nation that attacked the USS Liberty. The whole world believes that Israel is guilty of crimes against humanity because of their blockade of the Gaza ghetto. Only the USA gets brainwashed with pro-Israel news media.

    May 31, 2010 at 1:57 pm | Report abuse |
  7. BostonJudy

    I'm now officially and unequivocally done with my ongoing empathy and free pass for Israeli bad behavior. I am no longer a "friend" of Israel, and do not support giving aid to them in any form. Those who do not learn from the past are condemned to repeat it. Israel has not learned from her own tortured past, that racially and religion based hatred, aggression and intolerance makes her no better than the despots of history. I call on our Congress and President to end all financial aid and loans to Israel until there is an internationally recognized Palestinian state free from all interference. How can a people who are still recovering from the holocaust perperate a similiar injustice on another people without even a hint of conscience? Israel is no friend of America or our values.

    May 31, 2010 at 1:59 pm | Report abuse |
    • William

      Would you be willing to return the land you live on to the native Americans?

      May 31, 2010 at 2:07 pm | Report abuse |
    • Ajax

      @ BostonJudy

      Well spoken!

      May 31, 2010 at 2:07 pm | Report abuse |
    • John

      I really don’t understand why Israeli is taking the f… $3B a year from the US. I think they should stop receiving the money and close down the base in Hafa-Isreal.

      The Israeli economy is one of batter economy’s in the world they don’t need the $3b.

      May 31, 2010 at 2:12 pm | Report abuse |
    • Anti-Zionist Christian

      William, native Americans have the Right of Return in America. Jews have the Right of Return in Israel, the Palestinian diaspora is not yet afforded that right. Oh wait, UN Resolution 194 states; "... that the refugees wishing to return to their homes and live at peace with their neighbors should be permitted to do so at the earliest practicable date, and that compensation should be paid for the property of those choosing not to return and for loss of or damage to property which, under principles of international law or in equity, should be made good by the Governments or authorities responsible."

      But as par for the course, Israel disregards the UN, both in the Right of Return of Palestinians, their illegal nuclear weapon facility in Dimona, international water boundaries, the 1967 Green Line....

      May 31, 2010 at 2:59 pm | Report abuse |
  8. William

    Every day around the world people are deliberately murdered in the name of Islam. Where is the outrage? All the hypocrites that condemn Israel for defending itself are obviously biased.

    May 31, 2010 at 2:00 pm | Report abuse |
  9. sivan geisler

    הצג סקריפט אנגלי

    Israel is too good and considerate. what did you expect? ship passengers wanted to attack the soldiers of the Israel! the soldiers had to respond!!!!!!
    GAZA isNot missing a humanitarian supplies, Israel gives them enything they need, and therefore all thatch rally is a provocation. Open your eyes, and be open minded to see that the real victim that the State of Israel!!!!!

    May 31, 2010 at 2:00 pm | Report abuse |
    • asmer

      No one believes in your lies anymore! Why don't you try to be more realistic? This is not the truth and you know it for sure. Please stop doing the same things that the Jews had UNFORTUNATELY lived.

      June 5, 2010 at 12:39 pm | Report abuse |
  10. Lars Sweden

    sivan geisler

    You must have better eyes then anyone or state in this world,,you must be Jesus Christ him self

    May 31, 2010 at 2:06 pm | Report abuse |
  11. mystic

    This is an international act of war. Turkey threatened that if Israel dared to halt the flotilla there"would be reprisals" = act of war.How dare these Nazis act with the clear intention of starting a world war? JFK was right when he said "the lying sons of b****** lie to me all the time".

    Now the entire world will know for sure that Israel is pure Satan, the exemplification of evil, and it surely puts Iran front and centre as the peaceful nation that it is. The act was perpetrated in international waters so it is an act of war on the world. As a Jew I am horrified that my religion is being used to justify these acts of butchery, genocoide and mass murder, the very same act committed when the Israeli Nazis slaughtered the Gazans.

    The explosion of anti-Semitism that is justifiable now, splits the Jews in two, those few decent ones who have no power but believe in the Torah's commandement "Thou Shalt Not Kill" and the Israeli Nazi Jews and American Nazi Jews who finance them and who are complicit in this genocide. I have not heard from Obama denouncing this act of war. Why the silence? Does he intend to have a world war with the US and Nazi Israel against the entire world?

    The "excuse" that the Israeli Nazis were fired upon is laughable. No one believes a liar. Remember 9/11. Remember
    when the Israeli Nazis murdered 34 American crewmen on the USS Liberty and lied about it? There are still living witnesses to testify about this slaughter. Israel is our blood enemy, not our friend.

    May 31, 2010 at 2:08 pm | Report abuse |
    • Adolph warnedus

      amen to that brudder well said. jews are parasites that feed off their hosts until drained dry then they move on to feed on a new host.

      May 31, 2010 at 2:10 pm | Report abuse |
    • William

      Who do you expect to convince with such nonsence? Israel haters will support you regardless.

      May 31, 2010 at 2:17 pm | Report abuse |
  12. Adolph warnedus

    the eastern European Ashkenazi Khazar Zionist commie Bolshevik Jews occupying Israel are not related to any biblical Hebrews but the Palestinians and Arabs are.

    the zionists need to tone it down a notch or two or be taken out and shot.

    May 31, 2010 at 2:08 pm | Report abuse |
    • John

      Adolph: 30% of noble price winner are Jews the internet (Google) the PC (Intel) and more… are Jewish related. This doesn’t feet the ingredients of parasites.

      May 31, 2010 at 2:18 pm | Report abuse |
  13. Philippe

    For all of you ignorants red necks brainwashed by the zionists owned media, ths vessel had onboard German diplomats as well, so much for terrorists isn't it?

    Better start learning another language to be able to read news from across the world instead of your one sided blind media...

    Israel has done nothing but create trouble since its creation. Maybe there is a reason for which their people are not welcomed anywhere since 5000 YEARS!!!!!!

    May 31, 2010 at 2:09 pm | Report abuse |
  14. i

    Lars Sweden:
    sivan geisler is only giving his point of view
    you don't have to be offensive

    May 31, 2010 at 2:10 pm | Report abuse |
  15. ROB

    BOB YOU CANT DO ANYTHING EVEN IF YOU ARE HOT CHICK DANCING ON THE POLE.TAKING TO YOU IS FRUITLESS.CHECK WITH SOME DOCTORS,YOU NEED VITAMINS.YES,LIBERTY WAS ATTACKED BY ISRAEL,YES THEY DO THIS S*** AGAIN,GO YOU LOVING JEW PEOPLE TELL THE WORLD HOW NECCESSERY IS TO KILL.F*** YOU.F***ISRAEL.AND I WORK FOR WORLD CHARITY MYSELF,WOMEN GROUP,HELP NOT HATE.THERE IS NOTHING WRONG WITH PERSON OPOSSING ISRAEL OFFENSIVE BEHAVIOR.F*** EM

    May 31, 2010 at 2:10 pm | Report abuse |
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