Tuesday, June 7, 2011

Anti-semitism for sale: $1,000 per head

Even if they are Druze, the fact that Syria is paying $1,000 to those who will invade Israel makes this a much wider conflict than just "protesters" wanting to make a point.  We get the point; it's a rabid, irrational hatred of Jews and Israel.  The Druze are not in it for the ideological aspects, they are poor and want the money.  Syria wants Israel gone and will support, either tacitly or covertly any actions which might produce that result.

It's a shell game of sorts, with no pea under the shell in order to keep the game going. 

From YNet News June 6

Syrian opposition: Anti-Israel rioters paid $1,000 

Protestors for hire? Demonstrators along the Syria-Israel border were paid thousands of dollars by President Bashar Assad's regime to take part in Sunday's riots, Syrian opposition activists charge.

Israeli officials later reinforced the claims, accusing the Syrian regime of encouraging protests along the northern border.

Sunday’s riots were an attempt "to divert attention away from the massacre in Syria,” one official charged. "The Syrians will be held accountable for these events.”

Late Sunday, Syrian officials claimed that 23 people were killed and 350 were wounded after the IDF fired at protestors aiming to rush the border fence earlier in the day. However, the army dismissed the figures, claiming that they were inflated.
Washington-based members of the Reform Party of Syria said intelligence sources close to the Syrian government in Lebanon informed them that the protesters on the Syrian side of the Druze community of Majdal Shams were in fact poverty-stricken farmers paid by the Assad regime.

According to the sources, the farmers migrated over the last few years from drought-stricken northeast Syria to the south. They reached the Israel-Syria border on Sunday in the aims of reenact "Nakba Day" events, the sources said.

The Syrian opposition group claimed that each farmer was promised $1,000 for showing up at the rally and $10,000 to their families if they are killed by IDF fire.

According to the report, the average salary of a Syrian citizen is about $200 per month, meaning that participation in Sunday's demonstration could provide a protester and his family with five months worth of financial relief.

Now we know that $1,000 is the price for the life of a non-Muslim in Islam.

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