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Galloway stoned in Egypt
Published on March 9, 2009 By Leauki In War on Terror

A humanitarian convoy [meaning they carried equipment for terrorists, the actual humanitarian convois cross the border from Israel under UN auspices (Leauki)] led by maverick MP George Galloway carrying medical supplies for Gaza has come under attack in Egypt

The convoy, carrying aid worth £1 million, was pelted with stones and vandalised after it stopped in El-Arish, a small town around 28 miles from the Rafah border crossing with Gaza.

"It's an absolute disgrace,'' convoy organiser Yvonne Ridley told AFP. "The power was cut. Under cover of darkness members of our convoy were attacked with stones.

"Vandals also wrote dirty words and anti-Hamas slogans,'' she said. "Several people in the convoy were injured in the attack."


"Attacked with stones" is not a problem for those people. They keep telling us that "Palestinians" throwing stones at Jews is not an "attack". Which means that what we have here is a peaceful protest against the terror supporters.

Yay for the peaceful protest against the terror supporters!


"George Galloway is still in negotiations," said Ms Ridley. "What we have agreed to do is to separate the medical aid from the non-medical aid. The non-medical will go into Gaza via the Egyptian Red Crescent."

[Why? Why cannot the Egyptian Red Crescent distribute everything in the convoi?]

In early February, it was alleged that three Islamist terror suspects arrested in northwest England had planned to leave the country under cover of Mr Galloway's convoy. Intelligence sources said that the men were planning a terrorist operation abroad.

That explains it.

So what we have here is Europen terror supporters legally smuggling terrorists and equipment that the Red Crescent cannot handle into Gaza while Egyptian protesters tried to stop them.



on Mar 09, 2009

When will Galloway send aid to the people in Darfur?

on Mar 09, 2009

I just see thatEl-Arish is a Bedouin town.


Bedouins are not very political and often too conservative to fall for modern Islamists. The Bedouins in the Negev (in Israel) and the Sinai (in Egypt) are also known for their excellent relations with the Jews.


on Mar 10, 2009

I don't know them...I don't love them...what's the deal with your title?

on Mar 10, 2009

Big Fat Daddy
I don't know them...I don't love them...what's the deal with your title?

Maybe you know them too well.