Friday, December 12, 2008

Why Can't Apartheid Israel Potty Train It's Military? Mothers In Occupied Palestine Want To Know

Here are but of few of the doo-doo problems reported in occupied Palestine and everywhere else these youngsters/war criminals in the IDF travel.

A Palestinian mother's tale from Bethlehem:

"They took up the good carpets so the soldiers would not defecate on them like they did before, and anything of value was removed. Still, she said, the house was damaged again, and she was constantly in fear of the harm to her children, physically, verbally, and emotionally.

From the Occupied National Conservatory of Palestine:

The (Israeli) soldiers urinated, vomited and defecated on the walls and floors.

From the Occupied Palestinian Ministry of Culture:

In every room of the various departments - literature, film, culture for children and youth books, discs, pamphlets and documents were piled up, soiled with urine and excrement.

There are two toilets on every floor, but the (Israeli) soldiers urinated and defecated everywhere else in the building, in several rooms of which they had lived for about a month. They did their business on the floors, in emptied flowerpots, even in drawers they had pulled out of desks.

They defecated into plastic bags, and these were scattered in several places. Some of them had burst. Someone even managed to defecate into a photocopier.

The soldiers urinated into empty mineral water bottles. These were scattered by the dozen in all the rooms of the building, in cardboard boxes, among the piles of rubbish and rubble, on desks, under desks, next to the furniture the solders had smashed, among the children's books that had been thrown down.

Some of the bottles had opened and the yellow liquid had spilled and left its stain. It was especially difficult to enter two floors of the building because of the pungent stench of feces and urine. Soiled toilet paper was also scattered everywhere.

In some of the rooms, not far from the heaps of feces and the toilet paper, remains of rotting food were scattered. In one corner, in the room in which someone had defecated into a drawer, full cartons of fruits and vegetables had been left behind. The toilets were left overflowing with bottles filled with urine, feces and toilet paper.

Shouldn't the Zionist mothers of these potty challenged uncivil monsters be held accountable for their children's behavior while occupying the homes of their neighbors? Perhaps it is too late to potty train this generation of monsters, but never less, shouldn't Israel at least make an effort. Might I suggest that the commanding officers of these young war criminals try rubbing their snouts in their own fecal matter, in the same manner that one might try to house train a dog.

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