Thursday, October 31, 2013

Tel Aviv blocks anti-Jihad websites

Tel Aviv beach 31 October 2013
Anyone who spends a lot of time in Israel or with Israelis living in Europe or the USA will know that a very sizable number (especially those under 40) have been indoctrinated with left-wing (and at times extremely anti-Zionist) views that would put most Guardian readers to shame. It can also be surprising to discover, given that they are effectively 'living in the eye of the storm', how little those same Israelis know of the extent to which Islamists hate them and want them destroyed. This is especially true of many in Tel Aviv. The main stream Israeli newspapers and TV channels are not much different to those in the UK both in their left-wing bias and in covering up Jihadist activities around the world (e.g. still no main stream comment anywhere on the Jihadist suicide bombing in Beijing which the BBC -when it mentioned it -  tried to convince viewers was down to 'democracy dissidents').

Religion of Peace website:blocked as "Discrimination"
I discovered today an example of the above, which confirms that those in power in the Jewish State are determined to show that they are the biggest 'dhimmis' of all.  On LaLa beach in Tel Aviv today I noticed that the Municipality was now providing a free wifi service (FREE_TLV). I'm not sure how new this is because I normally go to Bograshov beach and I have never noticed this service before. After checking my emails I decided to catch up on some real  news only to discover that websites like Robert Spencer's excellent jihadwatch and thereligionofpeace (which simply documents jihadist attacks and news stories) were blocked as either "Discrimination" or (strangely) "Advocacy Organisation" (curiously one of the only anti-Jihad sites not blocked was Pamela Geller's). I did a quick check of some well known antisemitic and anti-Israel websites and not one of those was blocked.
Jihad Watch website blocked

Isn't is great to imagine that you can avoid a problem simply by trying to make sure nobody knows about it?  And is it any wonder therefore that the Israeli Government can actually get away with releasing convicted terrorist murderers (like the latest bunch freed yesterday to appease Obama and the PLO) without there being mass demonstrations?

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Kyra said...

Thank you for posting this. We're not all Leftard Lemmings.

Anonymous said...

If TROP or Jihad Watch won't work, try MidnightWatcher's Blogspot:

Infidel Task Force said...

Strange that they didn't block Pam Gellers.
But people will always find a way to the truth. There are many anti-jihad sites out there, including my own:

Anonymous said...

how about Creeping Sharia?

Anonymous said...

How about "I-f**king-hate-Islam-and-all-it-stands-including-all-its-supporters,-barbaric-halal-slaughter," ?

Anonymous said...

Would you be so kind as to check my site and reply?

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Thank you in advance!


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Confronting antisemitism and Israel hatred said...

I am not in Tel Aviv currently (and won't be for a few weeks) so I cannot check on or

I can confirm however that my own site was not blocked, which suggests they may be focusing on high volume sites like the ones mentioned in the article.

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