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Who is Goliath now? by anatolian Who is Goliath now? by anatolian
Our greatest failure is to become the thing in which we hate, worse is to become the enemy of what we stood for.



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Anonymous10000 Featured By Owner May 23, 2013
My money's still on the Israeli tank.
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kaka0002 Featured By Owner Dec 12, 2011
Who Goliath now?
Still Israel, against 400 million Arabs who did not recognize us and boycotting us.
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iddbbi Featured By Owner Mar 7, 2011
nice!
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DomonicKoslov Featured By Owner Mar 17, 2009
Too bad a rock won't stop a tank like it would a man. FAIL.
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anatolian Featured By Owner Mar 18, 2009
Rock would stop your face. GG.
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DomonicKoslov Featured By Owner Mar 18, 2009
I already said that. lol You should write a book of comebacks.
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anatolian Featured By Owner Mar 18, 2009
You said... Rock would stop your face... already?

Thats, frankly, amazing.

I'd write the book, but you should learn to read, otherwise you wouldn't get the skills you need to insult people without looking like an idiot.
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DomonicKoslov Featured By Owner Mar 18, 2009
lol You're ridiculous and I don’t care what you think of my IQ. The whole point of me commenting on your shitty little picture was to get an angry response out of you. I got what I wanted. :) As far as reading, judging from what I’ve seen of you, your idea of reading means simply judging the covers.
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Tarik94 Featured By Owner Apr 9, 2009
go to hell you bullbating son of a bitch
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anatolian Featured By Owner Mar 18, 2009
Angry response? I'm not angry you little weasel I just don't like you.

Shitty picture? Coming from the guy who makes motivational posters and shitty one liner pictures?

I am... trully... offended.

You aint seen nothing yet baby, you just scratching the surface.
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DomonicKoslov Featured By Owner Mar 18, 2009
The feeling is mutual. Dude, you sound incredibly insecure right now. "You aint seen nothing yet baby!" lol I'm shaking.
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anatolian Featured By Owner Mar 18, 2009
insecure? Are you high or something?
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Urikson Featured By Owner Feb 2, 2009
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anatolian Featured By Owner Feb 2, 2009
What is this?
Are you saying that Jews are outnumbered and must defend themselves due to the fact that there are more 'arabs' and 'muslims' than 'jews' and 'israelis'?

If this is the case, I pity you.
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Urikson Featured By Owner Feb 3, 2009
You should pity us, because we are few who stand against many. So very few, against so very many.
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anatolian Featured By Owner Feb 3, 2009
If you believe you are 'against' so many, you will be against them, and if you believe all are against you, you are paranoid.
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Urikson Featured By Owner Feb 4, 2009
It is you who banded together some 6 times to eradicate us from '48 to '73, didn't you?
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anatolian Featured By Owner Feb 4, 2009
What me? Are you fucked? I'm Kurdish dickhead, I'm not an arab.
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Urikson Featured By Owner Feb 5, 2009
Same shit.
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anatolian Featured By Owner Feb 5, 2009
Different smell.

Are you clinically retarded?

I don't want to make fun of someone who is disabled.
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WakenTheDead Featured By Owner Mar 24, 2008  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Hi there. :wave: I loved your piece of art so much I have used it in an article here [link]

Many thanks for the creativeness you bring to Deviant Art!

Hugs :glomp:
Lisa x
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anatolian Featured By Owner May 14, 2008
hey sorry I've been away from DA for ages, so I only just read and replied to this comment. Thanks alot for the feature Lisa, I've read your article and its very good; I didn't realise the community in DA was so big! Some of the stuff featured was mind blowing.
Again I'm really sorry about the late reply (and if i did reply to you ages ago, I forgot, so sorry if thats the case).

Cheers!
Emre
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WakenTheDead Featured By Owner May 15, 2008  Hobbyist Digital Artist
no problem emre, thanks for getting back in touch x
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gonras Featured By Owner Dec 7, 2007
even though im israeli this one is great!
i like it.
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anatolian Featured By Owner Dec 20, 2007
Thank you very much, and I hope that you don't think I'm making an attack on the Israeli people, but I appreciate your support very much :)
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gonras Featured By Owner Dec 20, 2007
no problem (:
you're welcome to my gallery to post some comments too if you want.
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iraqiguy Featured By Owner Sep 22, 2007
awesome work, I'm going to feature this in my journal
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anatolian Featured By Owner Sep 23, 2007
hey thanks a lot buddy! :)
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Carbon-V Featured By Owner Jun 26, 2007
I love this. :+fav:
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Jahan-X Featured By Owner Dec 31, 2006  Hobbyist Photographer
Amazing work. I made a similair piece recently without knowing that you had allready made one: [link]
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Sadiya Featured By Owner Jul 31, 2006
:shakefist: bold, i like it
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anatolian Featured By Owner Jul 31, 2006
thank you :)
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Sadiya Featured By Owner Aug 1, 2006
you're welcome :)
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jaakobou Featured By Owner Jul 30, 2006
beautiful drawing but i dont understand the wording.

in any event those images are a tool of propoganda 0 they do not depict the reality at all.
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anatolian Featured By Owner Jul 30, 2006
I am not suprised that you dont understand the wording, after all you've commented in duality to all of my other works without really considering the message behind them. Simply saying 'great drawing' does not trick me into believing that you are a diplomatic in any sense, it is easy to bait with a complement and deliver a political blow.

This image is the symbol of the fight between Palestine and Israel. They are real, because many kids have been shot or beaten for throwing rocks at tanks.

The wording means that Israel should look to their own cultural past to understand how the Palestinians view them, on how perhaps to these people they have become the towering Goliath. The symbolic links are great and many, as such the simple act of throwing a rock against a Abraham Tank is as similar David casting the rock off his sling to down the Goliath.

And dont label my artwork as pure, factless, propoganda - I make every effort to restrain myself from attacking the Israeli people and only seek to have people *think* about the conflict rather than to make petty statements about each other.
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jaakobou Featured By Owner Aug 1, 2006
I am not suprised that you dont understand the wording, after all you've commented in duality to all of my other works without really considering the message behind them.

i don't yet know you, and as such i ask questions... but i'm starting to know you ^^;

Simply saying 'great drawing' does not trick me into believing that you are a diplomatic in any sense, it is easy to bait with a complement and deliver a political blow.

true to that. i'm not looking to strike blows, but to share opinions and perspectives... a compliment can also be a way to say hello.

This image is the symbol of the fight between Palestine and Israel. They are real, because many kids have been shot or beaten for throwing rocks at tanks.

imo, these stories are mostly propoganda. israel has no reason to target a kid with a rock directly unless things get out of hand... it's not just rocks, they sometimes add molotov coctails into the mix, and sometimes even more dangerous weaponry... why do these kids go to throw rocks at tanks in the first place.. they are tought that this is good.. but it only brings them into the line of fire when mature militants make actions and these kids pose for human shields.

The wording means that Israel should look to their own cultural past to understand how the Palestinians view them, on how perhaps to these people they have become the towering Goliath. The symbolic links are great and many, as such the simple act of throwing a rock against a Abraham Tank is as similar David casting the rock off his sling to down the Goliath.

thank you for explaining... i think i allready know how they see us - and your image captures that well.

the problem is that they don't see when we try to make peace with them and they thing we do this because we are scared from their resistance and that if they continue they will destroy israel... at least that's how i see it.

back in the oslo peace talks israel offered arafat 95% of the occupied territories including east jerusalm and great financial aid... he refused and started an infernal barrage of suicide attacks.. not a great way to persuade us that they are intent of genuine talks in order to resolve the conflict.

the situation with hamas coming to power when we considered the fatach to be a possible peace partner and we've left gaza.. was just a sad blow to the peace proccess... and this escalation was bound to happen.

And dont label my artwork as pure, factless, propoganda - I make every effort to restrain myself from attacking the Israeli people and only seek to have people *think* about the conflict rather than to make petty statements about each other.

i'm sorry about that accusation, it was premature... this image represents for me the multitude of such pictures made to portray the palestinians as weak but very brave children fighting cowardly and inhumain tanks.. and i personally disagree with that image considering the other tactics not so well associated with the resistance is that of an imploded bus with corpses of all nationalities [including arabs and foreign workers] laying in it.

again, i'm sorry about the accusation, i admit that you do refrain from inflamatory comments
as additions to your images.. and i appreciate your honest perspective on things also.

with respect
jaako
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anatolian Featured By Owner Aug 1, 2006
There is better ways of saying hello, and also better ways of simply asking a question. You know rather well that in the context of all three messages being structured to begin with a compliment, make a political statement and end with a question can be viewed in a rather suspicious way, however I apologize if you meant to simply establish a discussion.

The act of rock throwing is within the culture, there are interesting comments made from Palestinian elders that stones and rocks were simply toys that the kids used to play with. But now, the kids throw them to show their resistance - in a way this is justified as the Abraham tank is very dangerous and having one roll through your neigbourhood would invoke fear, the kids are just making their statement of 'wer not afraid' towards the IDF. The act of throwing molotov or pipe bombs is different, that is the act of revolt and not a mere statement. However make no mistake that Israel as an entity may not target kids, but you cannot account for the actions of all soldiers (some, even identified by Israel to be dangerous or unstable) and we can further discuss that if you believe, without a doubt, that no harm has come to Palestinian rock throwers at the hand of the IDF or Zionist militias.

And interesting that you make a statement like that without considering another peace talks that ended with the shooting of a certain Israeli Yitzhak Rabin by a Zionist fanatic (and arguably Shin-Bet themselves...bastards!), a leader that I and perhaps many other people saw to be one of the greatest of Israeli leaders. Also we could talk about the Israeli support, official or unoffical, of Hamas to fight Fatah and act as a counter-balance - which in turn went completely off track and ended with Hamas staging suicide attacks every time a Fatah reach out for peace talks or a cease fire.

The suicide attacks are not a arab trademark i may add, it is known that certain Japanese Red Army trainers allied with the movements in the Middle East first brought down the tactic and concept of suicide attacks, derived from the concept Kamikaze. The act of rock throwing is symbolic because it is specific to the Palestinian youth, no other people around the world consider their great act of defiance to be that of throwing a simple stone at something that will shrug it off. Atleast no other people within this century.

Also i thank you for re-considering your accusation, the whole aspect of being labelled as a simple propaganda producer really annoys me when I have to fight hardline zionists and hardline anti-semitics all at the same time, my comments and pictures are not aimed at supporting the popular belief or jumping on the band wagon - this art is just to capture the emotions of people and promote the people in this conflict something other than just simple terrorists. It is easy to shoot at terrorists, and it is easy to label someone a terrorist in order to shoot him and unfortunetly it is hard when your community has members who talk like terrorists too.

This art is just to give a human aspect to the Palestinian resistance so that Israelis can consider them something different then just a threat, and perhaps apply their own logic of zionism to what the Palestinian people (at the grass roots) feel about their own national existance.
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jaakobou Featured By Owner Aug 14, 2006
sorry for my late reply...

1st paragraph:

i agree, some soldiers are doing bad things, some get away with it.. i don't like the concept of calling the IDF a zionist army - the concept of zionism is that there should be a jewish state in israel... nowdays army has nothing to do with that early 1950s concept.

2nd paragraph:

the assasination of itshak rabin was not the end of the peace talks, his murderer is denied basic human rights in prison, and the absolute most of israelis don't buy into the conspiracy murder theory.. you also don't see him saying he was framed or in any way related to an underground orgenization.. his brother who sorta knew about it was also in prison for a long while... in any event - peres who was even more peace preaching was his replacement - and nothing came to fruition as the hizbullah attacks became more inncesants which forced israel into the grapes of wrath operation in soutern lebanon... the way that operation ended raised ehud barak to office and he gave the best offer the palestinians ever got from the israelis.. so rabin's murder was not the final accord to the peace talks as some people think.,, as for israel's support of hamas, i'm not aware of that one and havn't heard about it - i do know that israel gave weapons to the fatach so that they will have an easier time to keep the extremists at bay.. not that they ever did it all too well.

3rd paragraph:

i thought you'll mention the old story about samson and the philistines .. *giggle* .. i'm aware that the palestinians didn't invent the idea - there's many stories about suicide squads along history... tho i havn't heard about anyone doing it with actual children... strapping them with bombs.. not to mention doing so with costumes and taking pictures.

on the issue of the rock, i agree with the concept that it's a symbol - the only problem is that in reality - there's far more than just rocks being used and the symbol, as far as i'm concerned, is a lie.. it's a david vs. goliath story where in reality, israel is no goliath - it's a tiny stretch of land sorrounded by arab land more than 60 times larger... yes, the US helps us.. but in the fight of israel vs. palestinin resistance - it's not an honorary man vs. man battle of the best two fighters to save lives of the other fighters.. this is the opposite.. an attempt to bring down the enemy by avoiding direct fighting and killing as many civillians as possible to try and bring israel down... i'm not saying israel is "good" and the palestinians are "evil" ... but somewhere along the way this war turned uglier than ever.. and we had enough.. we really don't think much of the backing down from land theory we tried now that hamas attacked from the areas we left.. the next step was a jewish intifada against this terror activity. </end rambling>

4th paragraph:

i'll apologize again for any feeling i've left that i blame you for propoganda, even tho i find the concept of a boy throwing a rock at the tank to be propoganda - as you've read above in my text about my interpretation on it, i do now, understand your interpertation a little better - we don't ahve to agree on everything.

i figure some artist comment about not supporting suicide bombing would be good to avoid the wrath of most israelis.. probably won't help against the really extremist ones.

last paragraph:

i voted for peace... i don't know what to vote about it next considering how things developed from our retreat from gaza and lebanon.. many people who support peace are confused about it these days. right now i hope hizbullah will be disarmed as it will probably help the peace talks is an extremist group that does not want a resolution is out of the equasion.

peace.
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anatolian Featured By Owner Aug 15, 2006
The comments about zionism and the army are derived from friends serving in the IDF, some of them feel that there is a growing extremist zionist mindset within members of the army, especially ones who've come to serve from overseas. The idea of zionism may be, fundamentally, about the existance of Israel but you over simply this belief to quite an extent. The pure idea of zionism is not twisted by people like me, instead it has been hijacked and perverted by the extremists in the Israeli side. Even calling these people Israeli is wrong, because the most racist and hardline zionists comments seem to come from Jews who have only spent very little time in Israel. The zionists movement is seen as one with its main body being the settlers, as they identified themselves as such during the removal of illegal settlements. I do not presume to know how many in general, but most of the Israelis I've spoken to in Israel found alot of the settlers to have corrupted the very meaning of zionism just to fuel their own cause. I agree with zionism in its pure form, that the Israeli people have a right to exist, but all the attached extremist beliefs that follow it directly clash with my belief that hardline nationalism only leads to facism, racism and war. To not believe that Israelis do not deserve a land is to contradict my own mixed bloodline, as I am half Kurd and half Chechen.

The mention of Rabin was to show you that the death of peacetalks, and those who initiate them, seem to be rather prevelant in both sides. The shooting of Rabin, when you read the investigation, outline that Shin Bet was either completely incompitent or they allowed for the shooting to take place. Incompitent is what I would go for, as 4 of their senior officials resigned after the assasination, but the context of when it happened does not rule out the possibility of any shifty business. The peace talks are always disrupted by someone, or party, who was currently profiting from the war. Hamas was gaining alot of lower class support due to the fighting, fatah was gaining alot of international support from leftist groups and Israel was recieving alot of international military support - it is literally biased to rule out Israel from featuring anyone with power who would not want peace.
You may of had your facts a little confused, Hamas was supported to act as a right wing counter-balance against leftist movements in the area. Israel supported Hamas when Hamas was fighting left wing movements, now corrupt IDF members support Hamas for simple economic reasons. This is not a accusation, it is literally admitted by Hamas that they buy their weapons from corrupt IDF officials now. Fatah may of been supported when Hamas became rogue, as Fatah was a leftist party built on a support base of educated arabs, however Fatah also suffered due to its idiot corrupt leader Arafat.

Strapping their kids with bombs - I would say this is a over generalisation of the Palestinian resistance by quite a margin. That and the concept of arming children due to desperation is a very old and prevelant tactic. Israel has even made its mark on amnesty international's list of countries using child soldiers (blame the settlers, nothing to do with Israel as a country). I dont support suicide bombings, and personaly I feel it is a tactic used by many puppet movements to simply strike the very definition of fear, that is why I believe that the kids throwing rocks should be supported as more of a symbol of resistance than a suicide bombing. Throwing a rock at a tank shows that military force will be challenged, the boy is not throwing the rock at a person or a Israeli civilian. The kid does not know the conflict as well as you and I do, he simply knows that an Israel tank should not be rolling down his neighbourhood. Now add that these kids have witnessed acts of violence from the Israel side, justified in your eyes or not, and I think the concept of throwing a rock rather than a blowing yourself up is a form of resistance that should be promoted rather than vilified. I've spoken to some jews, not israelis, who believe these kids are stupid because a rock doesnt do anything - but in my opinion it proves more than throwing a pipe bomb, and such attitude in both sides result in the more extreme uses of force taking place.

The idea of David vs Goliath was that David was told by everyone his resistance to Goliath would do nothing, that he really wouldnt do anything, but he still cast his rock. He didnt march an army, or fire a catapult, he threw the rock because he knew that the act of defying the Goliath was enough in itself. This is the concept applied here, a concept that promotes Palestinian resistance against a militaristic entity, not Israel itself, and as such I stand by its message that it ultimately shows these people as more than mere terrorists.

I do not have to place a disclaimer on my work on the account of people who make assumptions, although it would be good to do so, but I prefer to talk with people rather than just avoid conflict altogether. And I stand with you on hoping hizbollah is disarmed, it is a cancer that feeds on the war and destruction at the cost of the people.
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jaakobou Featured By Owner Aug 21, 2006
note/warning: i was in a bad mood and probably got a little propogandish/preaching at some point.. i hope you won't take offense.

the extremists on the israeli side just got their asses kicked by the majority with the disengageent from gaza - we keep our extremists at bay... now it's gonna be a little harder though, considering what nasrallah did. [and the army has pretty much every israeli there so you can get any opinion you look for] .. i think the most extremists are the bnei karta jews that support the destruction of israel because it's not based of religion.. they want to rebuild it as religios .. now those are weird people.. yes, the people who come from abroad to serve probably are very attached to the old concept of zionism and faith - but they don't control the descision making, this war was not religious and was definately not an attempt to take over lebanon as nasrallah likes to try and portray it.

most of the Israelis I've spoken to in Israel found alot of the settlers to have corrupted the very meaning of zionism just to fuel their own cause.

perfect way to put it... they stopped seeing themselves as part of the israeli people, much like hizbullah people don't connect themselves with any peacful lebanese person - only here we tore down their homes away from gaza - and there, they let them do whatever they want even though they are the minority... they do not control our contry i assure you, they have about 14 out of 120 and arab israeli have a similar number also and they pull israel in the opposite direction.. kinda trying to defamate israel to the outside world everytime they have a chance - personally, i think they're overdoing it and we should make a law or two to stop people from hurting israel on pourpose... for example they refused to sign a petition to release the kidnapped israeli soldiers... like WTF ?!

2nd paragraph:
probably incompetence - no one in israel thought someone would go as far as murder the PM - he was going down the steps after the rally without any vest, with all the people just tired and thinking about going home - no one was thinking about security against an assasin, but against maybe arab terrorists or an opposing group that might try to make a mess... yes, the Shin Bet fucked up badly, and i think a few of them lost their jobs... not to mention the accusations that were flying all over the place.

nowdays, there was a strong israeli sentiment for peace - after what hizbullah and hamas just did - i expect the next PM to not want peace but to be allways in preparation for war... the peace process truely died with the kidnapping of gilad shalit after we left the gaza strip.

You may of had your facts a little confused, Hamas was supported to act as a right wing counter-balance against leftist movements in the area. Israel supported Hamas when Hamas was fighting left wing movements

you're gonna have to give me a link or something so i can have more input on this.. to be honest it sounds fictiscious, but i don't rule it out before i hear any detail.

now corrupt IDF members support Hamas for simple economic reasons.

same deal here, i seriously doubt any israeli supports hamas.. esp. these days.. the conspiracy theory is flaued only by reality, i don't see any extremist zionist giving money to people that kill his own children with random attacks... the bets they will do is kill a random palestinians and hide it.... there are a few cases that currupt IDF people were selling weapons to make some money on the side.. but there was no iseology behind it except for the "mo' money" ideology that regular criminals share.

Fatah also suffered due to its idiot corrupt leader Arafat.

100% agree with you.. suha still gets 22 million per year out of the palestinian funds... for that kind of money i'd marry arafat also!

3rd paragraph:

how many cases of children abused by setllers compared with the numbers of palestinians use of them?

they made summer camps for teaching kids to be successful martyrs and kill as many jews as possible before they die.. their TV station was nothing but jew hate ... this stuff is on national TV not just inside a few homes:

[link] <- nice girl ?
[link] <- good poetry ?
[link] <- their religious leaders on TV
[link] <- lecturer, you think he knows that jews payed for tel aviv - you think his students know?
[link] <- disguisting spin on the holocaust

[link] <- why civillians who hide in buildings get hurt in lebanon.

[link] <- great children's TV in gaza and west bank.
[link] <- great children's TV in iran.

our kids see pinochio and marco and the transformers .. not this hate inducing crap... no wonder they send kids strapped with explosives.

out national TV shows documentaries about the palestinian hardships - to make us more humain to them despite the suicide bombings and the rammalah lynchin' - you may have seen this pic somewhere: [link]

that is why I believe that the kids throwing rocks should be supported as more of a symbol of resistance than a suicide bombing.

this statement of yours truely scares me, either you do not konw the ramifications or you deny them.
[i.e. rock leads to molotov leads to explosives and RPGs and kidnappings and checkpoints and helicopters that fire missiles at terrorists because to move in would result the death of soldiers from explosives or RPGs]

such attitude in both sides result in the more extreme uses of force taking place.

exactly - you also promote them to throw rocks and they think it's not effective so they go to the next level...
supporting the rock leads to far more dangerous things... that's why i was upset in the first place at this simbolism, there's nothing about finding a solution in there - it's all about weak vs. evil and finding a way to hurt the evil... that's the way i see it, and if you ask most palestinians - i take the liberty that you'll hear the same only with a different wording.

an Israel tank should not be rolling down his neighbourhood.

a good question is why did israel send a tank there.. just to terrorize everybody? i'm afraid not.

here many people ask "why" about everything - i've heard they used to ask if it's ok if arabs die in suicide bombings also.

that's as far as their questioning went.

4th paragraph:
what you said is exactly how they portray their struggle for the outside world and to their children also... but the people who died at sbarro, and the children who died at the dolphin disco and the people who died on buses and the people at the dizengof shopping center... those are not goliaths. *i'm filled with pain now* the amounts of terror attacks on innocent people are the reason for many many many of the israeli supposed "war crimes".. the protective fence is being built.. can you imagine what it would take to make a country decide to build a defencive barrier against "regular" people? .. same as you support the rock - i support going back to gaza and to lebanon and to wipe out baal beck because that's where the "rock" started... i will not agree to sitting quietly when my people get butchered.. this is no joke - we hate whoever hates us enough to kill, we hate those who send their children to kill also. and we still offer peace with full honesty - [link] , and we still withraw from gaza hoping that it will appease the resistance.. but no - no tanks in gaza and still no peace from gaza - they fired rockets at shderot from the areas we left.. they could have used those grounds, rich farming land for 4000 jobs but they did nothing to this day about it.

last paragraph:
for peace to happen - it's not about weapons, as you said it - a rock doesn't hurt... it's about disarming hate, and that should happen from inside the aram and muslim world towards the extremists... because they will not listen to anyone with western values.
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Orkideh84 Featured By Owner May 29, 2006  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
well done, well done :clap::+fav:
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anatolian Featured By Owner Jun 15, 2006
thank you for the fav! sorry bout late reply (been gone a while :S )
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Orkideh84 Featured By Owner Jun 16, 2006  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
that's ok, I've also been busy! ^^
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mypillow Featured By Owner May 6, 2006   Interface Designer
a very beautiful artwork

i really enjoyed it

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anatolian Featured By Owner Jun 15, 2006
hey sorry for the late reply, ive been MIA from deviantART, anyway thank you for enjoying the piece :)
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Drummond Featured By Owner Mar 1, 2006
awesome work mate
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anatolian Featured By Owner Mar 1, 2006
thanks dude
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RedRising Featured By Owner Feb 1, 2006  Hobbyist Photographer
nice work man!
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anatolian Featured By Owner Feb 5, 2006
thanks mate!
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