The world has watched for decades, this continuous, ruthless violence against the hapless and beleaguered people of occupied Palestine. The Zionist ideology is poisonous and has given rise to a state poisonous to its roots. It has taught to hate and kill without guilt and without conscience.
The Media Review Network (MRN) is deeply concerned at the latest exposure of Israeli Defence Force (IDF) soldiers establishing training facilities across South Africa to sections of the right wing community. The Government and people of South Africa should be anxious and worried that this poisonous mentality will be imported to our country with very serious implications. Almost all the victims of this form of state terrorism are civilian.
In 2008 one Hussein Solomon, a self- styled “terror expert”, claimed that South Africa was playing a key role in global “Jihadi” networks providing “safe housing” and funding. Also reporting that paramilitary camps were established to provide training for local recruits. He did not provide any evidence to support his claims.
It has now been uncovered that the IDF is providing military style training to the extreme right wing. The integrity of Solomon and his team of “terror” experts must be questioned. They must be prepared to admit to their partisan and biased nature of their “research” and “reports”. They should inform the South African public who the real terrorists are.
The MRN calls on the South African Government and the State Security Agency, headed by Ms. Ayanda Dlodlo, to leave no stone unturned when examining, investigating and scrutinising this latest expose’ which threatens our young democracy as well as our hard fought sovereignty. The investigation must be totally transparent and the public must be taken into its confidence. We deserve that much from our Government.
It is not enough to say that it is not uncommon for soldiers of one country to provide military training in another country. Training the military and training civilians is not the same thing.
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