We just don’t care anymore


The NZ Government and TV 3 need to rethink their support of World Vision *UPDATED

We have been contacted by World Vision regarding this post.?

You can read their Press release on the topic here.

Due to the seriousness of the allegations World Vision says that they have already suspended operations in Gaza.

The man allegedly responsible for the theft of millions of dollars from the charity World Vision, was featured by Mike McRoberts in his videos from Gaza.?Mike McRobert’s TV 3 videos helped raise money in New Zealand for World Vision and if the allegations are true, 60% of World Vision’s fundraising was funneled directly to the terrorist arm of Hamas.

World Vision received more than $7M in grants from the New Zealand Government. How much of that money ended up in Palestine is anyones guess if the claims are true.

The New Zealand government has given more than $7m in grants to World Vision over the past two years. There has been no statement from any New Zealand officials at the time of publishing about whether this support will continue or not in light of the allegations…

…The director of the Gaza branch of World Vision, Mohammed El-Halabi, was arrested by the Israeli internal secret service for allegedly diverting tens of millions of dollars of World Vision funds to the terrorist arm of Hamas.

It is reported that during the investigation El-Halabi admitted that he had been a member of Hamas since his youth, had undergone military training and had been commissioned by Hamas to infiltrate World Vision. He also reportedly admitted that his father, Halil El-Halabi, who had served as head of UNWRA?s educational institutions in the Gaza Strip for years, was a member of Hamas and used his position as a UN employee to help the terrorist organization.

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Face of the day

Palestinian children are being taught how to stab a Jewish person as part of their being “brainwashed” with “incitement and hate”

Israel’s ambassador to the UN Danny Danon says Palestinian school children are being “taught to hate” instead of learning maths.

… Danny Danon, Israel’s new ambassador to the United Nations, is urging the Security Council to make a statement against what he described as “the incitement that fuels terror”.During his speech he held up a piece of card with a diagram of a human body entitled “How to Stab a Jew”, which he says is “an example of what Palestinian children are being exposed to day in and day out, in school, after school”.He said: “When a Palestinian child returns from school and opens (sic) the television, he doesn’t see Barney or Donald Duck, he sees murderers portrayed as heroes.

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Fury and Lust watch Dante kill Terror

Marty Sharpe writes for Stuff:

A pitbull freed from the Napier dog pound after a community fundraising campaign has mauled a dog to death within days of being liberated.

Dante, a 2-year-old red-nose pitbull, was caught by animal control officers late last month and was due to be put down on Monday, March 10.

His owner, Teressa Kati, 23, could not afford the $532.30 Napier City Council wanted for unpaid registration fees and desexing fees, so she took to Facebook to see if anyone would pay the fees and make him their own.

In a local newspaper article on March 14, she described Dante as “an absolute honey” who loved being cuddled and playing with her two kids, Fury-James, 4, and Lahtezia-Lust, 5.

Instead of offering Dante a new home, people donated money – enough for Kati to pay the fees

That’s nice.

Isn’t it great when a community can pull together like this?

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That’s one way to enforce internet

In Somalia the terrorist group al-Shabaab has decreed that the internet should be shut down.

Of course they have allowed themselves to continue to use the internet, in particular Facebook where they posted their threat to ISPs that don’t comply.

Somalia warned telecommunications companies Saturday not to comply with an Islamist terror group’s order to shut down the Internet nationwide.

Al-Shabaab, the rebel group behind years of chaos and violence in the nation, banned the use of the Internet this week. It gave Internet providers 15 days to comply or face attacks.

But the interior ministry urged companies to disregard the threat.? Read more »