Israeli school bus hit by Hamas anti-tank missile
This is a picture of the school bus which was hit today by an anti-tank missile outside Kibbutz Sa'ad in Sha'ar Hanegev. Just 20 minutes before, it was packed with around 50 schoolchildren. It is reported that some 45 rockets and mortars exploded within three hours today, all fired from Gaza into Israel.
But the source for all this is the Jerusalem Post.
So, when they say 'anti-tank missile', they actually mean the regular, relatively harmless kind of mortar shell; when they say it was a 'direct hit', they mean the bus had a few windows blown out; when they tell us that two people were injured, they mean a few scratches and mild shock.
O, and anything they say about Hamas being terrorists or asserting that the elected government of Gaza are indiscriminately targeting unarmed Israeli citizens can also be discounted as Zionist propaganda.
No doubt we will very soon be hearing reports via the BBC and The Guardian of a wholly disproportionate response by the Israeli government and of further 'war crimes' propagated by the IDF. We will hear of the unfortunate killing of women and children in retaliation, probably with rolling film footage and commentary by Palestinian medics.
And there will be no reporting at all of the fact that Hamas is armed and financed by Iran or that both are dedicated to the killing of Jews and the eradication of the Jewish state.
It was Benjamin Disraeli who said: "The Lord deals with the nations as the nations deal with Jews."
And we wonder why the world is in the mess it's in.