Saturday, June 18, 2016

Video of Gaza Deer Cavorting in Concrete Blasted Jungle

What beautiful people! Living among all those bombed-out buildings might make some depressed, but not these human deer. They take up the sport of 'parkour' and show their skills flying thru the air.

After the Gaza Strip was heavily bombed in 2014, all that remained in many areas were ruins – which became a training ground for young free runners. The sport, also known as parkour, is particularly dangerous in debris-strewn Gaza, but the young men say that as Palestinians they’ve become accustomed to danger.

Whew! The way these guys jump into the void is amazing, like they could fly. Truly amazing, some of the concrete canyons they jump into.

For decades, the Jew terrorists have been stealing their land and murdering the indigenous Palestinians; maiming them with artillery shells, rockets and bombs; kidnapping them and torturing them. Sometimes, even gutting them for their kidneys and other organs and yet they can't kill the indomitable Palestinian spirit to live and enjoy life. If some Jews had to face this harsh reality, they'd be pissing and moaning, griping and groaning, since they are the masters of the never-ending pity party. And BTW, how about donating some money, and if you don't, you're just some Jew-hating anti-Semite, and a Nazi to boot.
But not the brave, resolute Palestinians, who can have a good time and still smile thru decades of Jew-imposed nightmares.

Bravo Palestine, you shall overcome, from the river to the sea, you WILL be free.

Khalil Beidas's 1898 use of the word "Palestinians" in the preface to his translation of Akim Olesnitsky's A Description of the Holy Land6.18 photo Parkour_zpsthtjdkgy.png

4 comments:

  1. Very good and inspirational piece you have here, Greg. Leaping for joy in their most natural way like Thompson's Gazelles. The beauty of dance in the face of the most violent conditions in the world.

    May they dance their dance forever, and spit in the eyes of their oppressors.

    "Let them praise His Name with Dancing." Psalm 149:3

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  2. When I first began blogging seriously, right after the Gaza holocausst of 2008, I posted photos of children in the camps playing, leaping madly through the sand dunes of the camps to which they and their remaining families had been "lucky enough" to be housed in at the time.

    What has warmed me to the cockles of me old heart has always been that instant smile and peace sign that comes so quickly to most Palestinian children ~ the others hide in sorrow and do not show their faces. The images of survivors leaping and rolling from high dunes always remained with me as the essence of the Palestinian spirit.

    I wonder how many of these young men were among those children.

    Lovely film, Greg. Thank you. I am always happy to see inside life of Palestine beyond the bombings and the pain, what keeps these incredible people going.

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  3. Yes, the pure joy on their faces, even though they're stuck in an Israeli Hell, is amazing.

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