zondag 31 juli 2011

Hezbollah bedreigt Libanese buikdanseres die met Israelische band optrad

 

Op een festival in Frankrijk traden een Israelische metalband en een Libanese buikdanseres samen op. Resultaat: de Libanese danseres kan niet meer terug naar Libanon vanwege doodsbedreigingen afkomstig van Hezbollah.

 

Israel and Lebanon are technically at war and it is illegal under Lebanese law for any citizen to have public interactions with an Israeli. Media outlets around the world carried the image of Fakhri and Fahri brandishing their national flags, prompting a seething Hezbollah to declare Fakhri a traitor and issue a death warrant for her. The dancer has since been hiding out in France, fearing for her life if she returns to her homeland.

In Israel zijn zulke wetten er niet, wel is het voor knessetleden verboden om naar landen te reizen waarmee Israel officieel in oorlog is en enkele Arabisch-Israelische parlementsleden zijn daarvoor vervolgd. Dat riep vervolgens weer de verontwaardiging op van antizionisten, die dat een ongeoorloofde inperking van hun vrijheden vond. Maar ik geloof niet dat iemand zich over de Libanese buikdanseres zorgen maakt. En veel mensen blijven roepen dat organisaties als Hezbollah, Hamas en de Moslim Broederschap pragmatisch zijn geworden en dat het allemaal reuze meevalt en we ons vooral niet teveel zorgen moeten maken dat zij aan de macht komen.

 

RP

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Hezbollah threatens belly dancer for appearing with Israelis

http://elderofziyon.blogspot.com/2011/07/hezbollah-threatens-belly-dancer-for.html

 

From Israel HaYom:

 

A Lebanese belly dancer is facing death threats and cannot return to her homeland after embracing an Israeli musician at an international festival in France.

Beschrijving: Beschrijving: http://2.bp.blogspot.com/-ctvqYghRY-A/Ti_zjagbsRI/AAAAAAAAEgU/KnHwsglCXZ4/s320/bellydancer.jpg

 

On June 19, Israeli heavy metal band Orphaned Land performed alongside Lebanese belly dancer Johanna Fakhri at the Hellfest music festival in the western French town of Clisson. At the end of their performance, the Lebanese dancer held up her country’s flag while Orphaned Land's singer, Kobi Fahri, held up an Israeli flag. The two then hugged and clasped each other's hands.

Israel and Lebanon are technically at war and it is illegal under Lebanese law for any citizen to have public interactions with an Israeli. Media outlets around the world carried the image of Fakhri and Fahri brandishing their national flags, prompting a seething Hezbollah to declare Fakhri a traitor and issue a death warrant for her. The dancer has since been hiding out in France, fearing for her life if she returns to her homeland.

The threats against Fakhri have now spread from Lebanon. Last week, the French Muslim party PMF, which is closely tied to Hezbollah, carried a quote from Hezbollah on its website, declaring Fakhri “a traitor who collaborates with the Zionist enemy.”

In response, Fakhri released a statement calling her appearance with Fahri an act of peace.

 

Here's the performance on YouTube.


That is not the limit of anti-Israel nuttiness, however. Dr. Azzaf Eshrat, an MD writing in the crazy-left Salem News, says that this entire show was orchestrated by the Israeli government in order to distract attention from the flotilla! (He also claims that Orphaned Land stole their song from an Egyptian pop song. And that there is no archaeological evidence that Jews ever lived in Israel.)

Which just goes to show that upper class Egyptians are not necessarily more sane than crazed Hezbollah terrorists.

 

 

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