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Singapore has picked the wrong target in its balance of powers strategy: Global Times commentary

Will the real Kuan Yew please stand up?




Noam Chomsky: Sabra & Shatila Massacre That Forced Sharon’s Ouster Recalls Worst of Jewish Pogroms

Published on Jan 13, 2014

http://www.democracynow.org – We look at one of the most shocking incidents in the career of the late former Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon: the Sabra and Shatila massacre. Up to 2,000 Palestinians died on Sept. 16-17, 1982, when the Israeli military allowed a Christian militia to attack the camp. Then-Defense Minister Ariel Sharon was forced to resign after a special Israeli investigative panel declared him to be “personally responsible” for the massacre. We air a description of the killings by Ellen Siegel, a Jewish-American nurse who was working at Gaza Hospital at the Sabra camp at the time of the attacks, and speak with Rashid Khalidi, Edward Said Professor of Arab Studies at Columbia University, and Noam Chomsky, world-renowned political dissident, linguist, author and Institute Professor Emeritus at Massachusetts Institute of Technology.


HARDtalk with Dr Swee Ang Part 1.wmv

Uploaded on Aug 18, 2011

Tim Franks talks to Dr Swee Ang, founder of the charity Medical Aid for Palestinians, and asks, should charities try and rise above the conflicts in which they operate?


A Stubborn Doctor

Uploaded on Feb 19, 2012

This is an old video from a series called The Human Factor. This episode is about about Dr Ang Swee Chai (Swee Ang) who, after fleeing from persecution in Singapore, became a prominent surgeon in the UK despite prejudice against women in the field. She went on to witness a massacre of Palestinians civilian refugees in Lebanon, and became and activist advocating for the health and rights of the Palestinian people. Along with her husband, Francis Khoo (who also features in the video), she founded a charitable organization called Medical Aid for Palestinians.


Eyewitness Account of the Sabra-Shatila Massacre from Dr. Ang Swee Chai, 18-9-2014

Published on Sep 18, 2014

Dr Swee Chai Ang co-founded Medical Aid for Palestine as a result of her experiences in Beirut and Sabra and Shatila. Surgeon, Dr Swee Chai Ang went to help the wounded of Beirut after the 1982 Israeli invasion and witnessed the Sabra and Shatila massacre of unarmed men woman and children, Palestinian and Lebanese, between the 15th-18th September,1982.”Now more than 30 years later, we know that the killers were brought in by Israeli armoured cars and tanks, obeyed Israeli commands, their paths lit by Israeli military flares, and some of them also wore Israeli uniforms. The mutilated bodies of the victims were thrown into mass graves by Israeli bulldozers.” http://www.palestinechronicle.com/ari…


I, Chong Sun Wah must sacrifice my life for the Palestinians because our government did wrong to the Palestinians by keeping silence, in short we have condoned it. This was what Dr Ang Swee Chai had written and I have taken from “Reflection on the 25th anniversary of the Sabra-Shatila massacre, 2007”


“Jesus was crucified 2,000 years ago. Both Jesus and the massacred Palestinians were innocent and did not deserve to be tortured and killed. But there is one difference. Jesus chose to suffer and die for our sins, to take on the punishment which we deserved. He is our messiah. The will of God is always justice and that would mean the perpetrators of crimes have to be punished. Jesus had borne the punishment for us. We are all therefore on a level-playing field before God our judge and redeemer. And I am just as guilty as those who committed the massacre. To some, war crimes are sins committed by others; and so they are but that morning in the full glare of the blazing Beirut sun, I understood. Palestinians could only have died because collectively we have condoned it. Like the crucifixion, some Christians blame the Jewish leaders in Jesus; others blame Pontius Pilate and the Romans. Others blame the crowd which shouted: “Crucify Him”. But He was crucified on our behalf. In the same way I ask myself again and again – who has got the Palestinians’ blood on their hands?

After going through soul-searching, I came to the conclusion that I, too, had blood on my hands. Up to that time I was bigoted and prejudiced. I cannot excuse myself by claiming ignorance. For the weeks preceding the massacre, I was too prejudiced to believe the stories told to me by the camp people. I rejoiced in the evacuation of the PLO from Beirut and failed to see the pain of the Palestinian families being split up. I was naive to trust the Western countries which guaranteed the safety of those left behind. I was self-righteous, still thinking of Palestinians as terrorists. I cannot blame others if I who had eaten with them, stayed in their homes, enjoyed their kindness and hospitality, refused to understand until they were murdered. My prejudice had blinded me.

When I saw those broken bodies, i was stunned and emotionally numb. I asked God to forgive me and remembered praying, “Lord Jesus, I have spent more than 30 years denying the Palestinian people their existence. I have hated Arabs. I was blinded by prejudice. Please forgive me. Please let me make amends. Grant that I may spend the next 30 years serving the Palestinians and help me be their friend”. I repented. God forgave me, and the Palestinians embraced me. Suddenly I am no longer the living dead. God had breathed into my withered should and filled my heart with love for Him and for the Palestinians.

He has brought me back to life. step by step he brought me back to His side.

many of my Zionist Christian friends have since shunned me. they refuse to talk to me for I have fallen for the “Philistines”. But I am no longer intimidated by all this. I have seen a difference face of God- that of love, compassion and grace. I believe He will heal the broken bodies of the Palestinians people and give them strength to carry their burden. just as he raised Jesus on the third day, he will bring salvation to the Palestinian people. from their crucifixion will come their resurrection!

For a long time after the massacres I could not bring myself round to read the Old testament, thinking it was full of prejudiced passages supporting Israel. i finally plucked up courage to read it and feared it would be the last time before giving it up. I was pleasantly surprised. I went no further than the first book Genesis when I found out how God, after driving Adam and Eve from the Garden of Eden, followed them our. I learned God never abandoned them. He made clothes of animal skins for them to keep them warm. I broke down when I read how God saved Ishmael by his jealous wife, Sarah, the mother of Isaac, to abandon them in the desert to die. Hagar placed Ishmael under a bush when their water ran out. She went into the desert and cried out to God. God heard her and a fountain was opened.  for them to drink. he promised Ishmael would be a father of many nations. Palestinians are the children of Ishmael and the children of Abraham.

So on this 25th anniversary of the massacre I would want you, my dear friends, to open your hearts so that God can fill you with His love and compassion. may He also grant you the honour of joining the Palestinians in their journey from “Beirut to Jerusalem”. As we journey on, may we always have faith that God who made us is compassionate and just and there will be room in His heart for all His children, and Hos grace and justice will always sustain us as we submit ourselves to him. May we be able to be like the grieving old grandmother from Shatila, who lost 27 loved ones that morning. Yet she could still say:”the will of God be done”. She still called God holy and committed her dead children to his care. may we draw strength from our faith that He will heal the deep wounds. he will restore the broken lived. He will bring His justice, He will pour His grace and love on His children, He will mend the broken hearts, he will tears. And bring us home, to the city, He has built and bears His name. Al Quds…Next years in Jerusalem.

Dr Ang Swee Chai

September 2007


Coalition of Churches Calls on Obama to End Israeli “Occupation”

Presbyterian Church USA Voted on Erasing “Israel” from Prayers

A BROTHER from FACEBOOK send me this, I dedicate this song to you as an Earth Angel. Please don’t take as a come-on. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VJcGi4-n_Yw and now I dedicated this beautiful song to DR ANG SWEE CHAI BECAUSE SHE IS THE TRUE ANGEL OF ALMIGHTY GOD

I’m Chong Sun Wah is just a messenger.


On Friday, February 12, 2016 10:46 AM, marie <marie@hotmail.com> wrote:

Dearest Sunflower,

As always, I am sending Janie’s message as soon as I receive it….hope you like the news on the views of CCB #6! The petition news is not so good.

Love you, Marie

From: Jane <jane@hotmail.com>
Sent: Friday, February 12, 2016 6:42 PM
To: marie ; hair dresser
Subject: Feedback!

Dear Marie and Steve,

I have feedback on CCB #6 and it’s mostly good! First 24 hours views according to YouTube tech people: 624,559 VIEWS! That’s a new record! http://thepoisonappleoftheworld.com/ccb-creaming-6-an-ultimatum-for-the-babylonian-joos-on-palestine/

Now on the down side, I got this comment:

“Shitflower, you scuzzy bitch! We are going to do everything possible to block the idiots who follow your lying blogs from communicating on World Harmony Day! http://thepoisonappleoftheworld.com/where-is-solutions-institute-president-dan-johnson-integrity-because-he-wiped-out-world-harmony-day-site/ We proud and beautiful Zionist women are also going to make sure that shit petition doesn’t move…. Scumflower, had any complaints about accessing the petition, you Singaporean whore? http://www.gopetition.com/petitions/call-for-support-for-a-palestinian-state.html We will yet use your mop of hair for toilet paper to wipe our superior Zionist asses!!!”

OK, that’s all I have so far. Love to you both and my dear Sunflower!



From: Sunflower Chong <sunflower_chong@yahoo.com>
To: “lee_kuan_yew@pmo.gov.sg” <lee_kuan_yew@pmo.gov.sg>
Sent: Monday, November 28, 2011 8:24 PM
Subject: Call for Support for a Palestinian State – Online Petition


Lee Kuan Yew

Dear MM Lee Kuan Yew,

I am the founder of World Harmony Day but how can we have world harmony when the Palestinian people still do not have a homeland? In primary school my teacher Mr Tony Wong brought us to see the film ‘To Kill A Mocking Bird’ and back to the classroom he wanted us to wear the shoes of the government to understand them better. (If we disagreed with the government policy we cannot just open our mouth and criticized instead we should do proposal to convince them to see thing our way.) When I put on the shoes of the Palestinian people I felt so much pain and sorrow for their plight. The essence of education is courage and character, I have posted this petition because I wanted the Palestinian people to have a normal life like us.

My teacher Ms Low Kum Yoke said that the politicians should be doing God’s job which means building a better world. But they often fail humanity, like what has happened in the conflict between the Israelis and Palestinians. She wanted us to develop our social consciousness and not allow Capitalism to rob us of our moral values and our very souls. When we only care about money and power, our sense of right and wrong becomes blurred. She said that when we have acquired a higher level of consciousness, it is as if God is within us, and we will recognize when something is not right and know how to make it right.

In short, she wanted us to be the conscience and eyes of the politicians, who are often blinded by greed and power, which often leads to false pride and arrogance. Look at what had happened in Gaza, one Israeli soldier was captured and 1800 Palestinians got to die! This is insane, outrageous and inhumane! When the politicians do something wrong, we the citizens of the world must Stand Up and Speak Up without fear or reservations.

We have been bystanders for far too long and it’s time we take action. The world needs us to be proactive; it’s time for us to rally our efforts as one concerted voice to claim back our beautiful world. First and foremost, we would need to let the Prime Minister of Israel Mr Netanyahu and the Jewish people hear our voices and our strong mandate to give the Palestinian people a homeland now.  http://www.guardian.co.uk/commentisfree/2011/sep/18/observer-editorial-palestine-statehood

In 1948, United Nation had promised the Palestinian people 45% of the land. In 1993, Yitshak Rabin in the Oslo Agreement had given the Palestinians 22%. After his assassination, all agreements were in disarray. It has been 20 years since. The Netanyahu government refused to conclude the deal citing security as the reason.

I remain convicted to my belief and my fight for world harmony. I strongly believe that with the support of like-minded individuals and world communities we would be able to rally the Israeli government to give the Palestinian people a homeland in time to come. (Sad to say Israel Prime Minister Netanyahu has no intention to give the Palestinian people a homeland http://www.commentarymagazine.com/2011/09/27/netanyahu-diplomacy-france-spain/)

This petition is not “pro Palestinians”; it is “pro Humanity”. WHEN THE OCCUPATION STOPS, THE TERROR WILL STOP TOO.

I hope to get your support for this Petition for a Palestinian State.


The success of the “Arab Spring” tells us that a “Global Spring” is possible to achieve, too. And it can begin with nothing more than a click of your mouse supporting our petition. The Palestinian people need our support, now more than ever, for a “World Spring” to finally achieve a homeland for their people.

To build a better world everyone must care. We must have the strong faith that we can build a better and fairer world for all. On behalf of the Palestinian people, I thank you very much for your support.

Love, light, peace, harmony and unity,

Sunflower Chong

Founder of  www.worldharmonyday.com

NB: As a young child I often heard my mother said that Mr Lee Kuan Yew was not an unreasonable man. If we do something with good intention we will not get into trouble with the government. This gave me the courage to strive for what I believe in and I truly believe we need to help the Palestinian people to have a homeland. My teacher said that the Palestinians were very sad people because they were victims. In the late 60’s my teacher believed the Singapore government can play a role in helping them bridge the great divide. (My English not so good so cannot explain well.)

From: Adam & Beate
To: Sunflower Chong <sunflower_chong@yahoo.com>;
Cc: 1453@gmail.com
Sent: Tuesday, October 25, 2011 5:02 AM
Subject: Re: Call for Support for a Palestinian State – Online Petition

Dear Friend

As an Israeli peace activist, I wholeheartedly support your initiative. A
Palestinian state is not only good for Palestinians – it is also good for
Israelis. With a Palestinian state the Palestinians will be free of the
occupation – but also the Israelis will be free of being occupiers and
oppressors, and will at last have the chance to live in peace.

all the best

Adam Keller

Gush Shalom (Israeli peace Bloc)



The World is Crying for the Palestinians! But most of my fellowmen don’t seem to care what is happening in Palestine but my mother and teacher told me WE MUST CARE if not it will come back to bite us later:(

Palestinian Kid crying because Crimes Of Israel

Uploaded on Apr 30, 2011
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Published on Nov 23, 2012

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Palestine Defended on the BBC (a rare moment)

Published on Nov 22, 2012

Owen Jones puts the record staight regarding Israel’s share of responsibility for the recent violence. The BBC has tended to be biased against Palestine in recent years (espesially during the recent crisis) so this makes a refreshing change.


Documentary: “The Prisoners’ Children”

Uploaded on Jun 14, 2007

Almost 9,000 Palestinians are being held in prisons inside Israel, in violation of international humanitarian law. In hundreds of cases, Israel forbids adult relatives to visit, so it is left to children under 16 to maintain the family contact. www.btselem.org
B’Tselem is an Israeli Information Center for Human Rights in the Occupied Palestinian Territories.


Palestine Kids – 52 minute documentary – trailer

Uploaded on Dec 20, 2007

What’s it like growing up in a war zone? Dodging bullets, hiding from Israeli soldiers and losing their land to settlers is part of every day life for these children. A fresh perspective on everyday life for Palestinians.

Watch the Full film on Journeyman: http://jman.tv/film/3098/Palestine+Kids
Or for downloads and more information: http://www.journeyman.tv/?lid=57231

Across Palestine it’s the children who come off worst. Traumatised, hungry and always fearful they grow up emotionally scarred,primed to repeat the terrible cycle of violence.

Diana, 5, lives in a cave in the West Bank. Mufida, 16, has Israeli soldiers living on her roof. Mohammad, 10, who attends a weekly demonstration against Israel’s security fence, exclaims, “I’m going to bomb the Jews” and is described by his father as obsessed with “defending the Palestinian people”. All different stories but with one common theme, a sense of persecution.


Evil zionist attack Palestinian child,women,and man

Uploaded on Oct 18, 2011

A recently released video by human rights activists shows Israeli police as brutally beating up a Palestinian family in the occupied territories, Press TV learnt.

The video showed an Israeli police using excessive force against a defenseless woman in front of a child while kicking a young boy who is detained minutes later, Press TV reported on Saturday.

Meanwhile, a report released on Thursday by the Palestinian Central Bureau of Statistics (PCBS) said that Israel has since 1967 detained about 750,000 Palestinians including some 12,000 women and tens of thousands of children.

PCBS said that Israel currently holds some 6,000 Palestinians in prisons, including 35 women and 285 children.

In addition, one or more members of almost every Palestinian family have been detained by the Israeli police.

PCBS further said that more than 200 detainees have since 1967 been killed as a result of medical negligence, torture or murder by Israeli soldiers and prison guards.

On Friday, about 12,000 Gazans staged a mass rally, which was called for by the democratically elected Hamas government, to express their solidarity with the Palestinians prisoners who are on a hunger strike for the second consecutive week in response to harsh measures used against them.

“We will not rest until every Palestinian prisoner has returns to his family, we will continue our activities and resistance until we secure the release of all of our brothers and sisters who are being held captive by the Zionists,” one of the demonstrator told Press TV.

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