The 61 year-old of Jewish origin is speaking out on Palestinian casualties since the conflict intensified last week

Naomi Wimborne-Idrissi says Palestinians are being slaughtered on a

Naomi Wimborne-Idrissi says Palestinians are being slaughtered on a "horrific scale"

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Naomi Wimborne-Idrissi, 61, of Highams Park, is a primary school teacher in Waltham Forest.

She is of Jewish origin and a member of the Waltham Forest Palestine Solidarity Campaign (WFPSC), a local branch of the nationwide organisation. 

Ms Wimborne-Idrissi sympathises with the Palestinians and the 200 plus deaths since the conflict intensified on July 8 and is calling on the community to boycott Israeli goods "until it abides by international law".

 

 

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5:31pm Sat 19 Jul 14

jackblack007 says...

and shes an idiot. and as naive as it comes. 6000 years of mutual hatred isnt going away , we hope one day for a few brave people to stop all this madness , i just dont think they're born yet
and shes an idiot. and as naive as it comes. 6000 years of mutual hatred isnt going away , we hope one day for a few brave people to stop all this madness , i just dont think they're born yet jackblack007
  • Score: 7

7:54pm Sat 19 Jul 14

Villagecranberry says...

jackblack007 wrote:
and shes an idiot. and as naive as it comes. 6000 years of mutual hatred isnt going away , we hope one day for a few brave people to stop all this madness , i just dont think they're born yet
Why are you so rude? You can make your point with decorum if you purchase a cheap dictionary from Oxfam.
[quote][p][bold]jackblack007[/bold] wrote: and shes an idiot. and as naive as it comes. 6000 years of mutual hatred isnt going away , we hope one day for a few brave people to stop all this madness , i just dont think they're born yet[/p][/quote]Why are you so rude? You can make your point with decorum if you purchase a cheap dictionary from Oxfam. Villagecranberry
  • Score: -10

10:47pm Sat 19 Jul 14

jackblack007 says...

Villagecranberry wrote:
jackblack007 wrote:
and shes an idiot. and as naive as it comes. 6000 years of mutual hatred isnt going away , we hope one day for a few brave people to stop all this madness , i just dont think they're born yet
Why are you so rude? You can make your point with decorum if you purchase a cheap dictionary from Oxfam.
sadly, you should stick to discussing asbo kids and off licences and chicken shops . bless.
[quote][p][bold]Villagecranberry[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]jackblack007[/bold] wrote: and shes an idiot. and as naive as it comes. 6000 years of mutual hatred isnt going away , we hope one day for a few brave people to stop all this madness , i just dont think they're born yet[/p][/quote]Why are you so rude? You can make your point with decorum if you purchase a cheap dictionary from Oxfam.[/p][/quote]sadly, you should stick to discussing asbo kids and off licences and chicken shops . bless. jackblack007
  • Score: 6

1:27am Sun 20 Jul 14

Villagecranberry says...

jackblack007 wrote:
Villagecranberry wrote:
jackblack007 wrote:
and shes an idiot. and as naive as it comes. 6000 years of mutual hatred isnt going away , we hope one day for a few brave people to stop all this madness , i just dont think they're born yet
Why are you so rude? You can make your point with decorum if you purchase a cheap dictionary from Oxfam.
sadly, you should stick to discussing asbo kids and off licences and chicken shops . bless.
Clarify why you feel that this should please. Did not know that you had a monopoly on viewpoints on middle eastern politics.
[quote][p][bold]jackblack007[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Villagecranberry[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]jackblack007[/bold] wrote: and shes an idiot. and as naive as it comes. 6000 years of mutual hatred isnt going away , we hope one day for a few brave people to stop all this madness , i just dont think they're born yet[/p][/quote]Why are you so rude? You can make your point with decorum if you purchase a cheap dictionary from Oxfam.[/p][/quote]sadly, you should stick to discussing asbo kids and off licences and chicken shops . bless.[/p][/quote]Clarify why you feel that this should please. Did not know that you had a monopoly on viewpoints on middle eastern politics. Villagecranberry
  • Score: -8

12:35pm Sun 20 Jul 14

jackblack007 says...

Villagecranberry wrote:
jackblack007 wrote:
Villagecranberry wrote:
jackblack007 wrote:
and shes an idiot. and as naive as it comes. 6000 years of mutual hatred isnt going away , we hope one day for a few brave people to stop all this madness , i just dont think they're born yet
Why are you so rude? You can make your point with decorum if you purchase a cheap dictionary from Oxfam.
sadly, you should stick to discussing asbo kids and off licences and chicken shops . bless.
Clarify why you feel that this should please. Did not know that you had a monopoly on viewpoints on middle eastern politics.
unlike you who has monopolised certain subjects and brought them down with farcical comments , i'm sure you have your own agenda for doing so.
Bless.
[quote][p][bold]Villagecranberry[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]jackblack007[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Villagecranberry[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]jackblack007[/bold] wrote: and shes an idiot. and as naive as it comes. 6000 years of mutual hatred isnt going away , we hope one day for a few brave people to stop all this madness , i just dont think they're born yet[/p][/quote]Why are you so rude? You can make your point with decorum if you purchase a cheap dictionary from Oxfam.[/p][/quote]sadly, you should stick to discussing asbo kids and off licences and chicken shops . bless.[/p][/quote]Clarify why you feel that this should please. Did not know that you had a monopoly on viewpoints on middle eastern politics.[/p][/quote]unlike you who has monopolised certain subjects and brought them down with farcical comments , i'm sure you have your own agenda for doing so. Bless. jackblack007
  • Score: 2

1:15pm Sun 20 Jul 14

Villagecranberry says...

jackblack007 wrote:
Villagecranberry wrote:
jackblack007 wrote:
Villagecranberry wrote:
jackblack007 wrote:
and shes an idiot. and as naive as it comes. 6000 years of mutual hatred isnt going away , we hope one day for a few brave people to stop all this madness , i just dont think they're born yet
Why are you so rude? You can make your point with decorum if you purchase a cheap dictionary from Oxfam.
sadly, you should stick to discussing asbo kids and off licences and chicken shops . bless.
Clarify why you feel that this should please. Did not know that you had a monopoly on viewpoints on middle eastern politics.
unlike you who has monopolised certain subjects and brought them down with farcical comments , i'm sure you have your own agenda for doing so.
Bless.
You are talking in riddles again.
[quote][p][bold]jackblack007[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Villagecranberry[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]jackblack007[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Villagecranberry[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]jackblack007[/bold] wrote: and shes an idiot. and as naive as it comes. 6000 years of mutual hatred isnt going away , we hope one day for a few brave people to stop all this madness , i just dont think they're born yet[/p][/quote]Why are you so rude? You can make your point with decorum if you purchase a cheap dictionary from Oxfam.[/p][/quote]sadly, you should stick to discussing asbo kids and off licences and chicken shops . bless.[/p][/quote]Clarify why you feel that this should please. Did not know that you had a monopoly on viewpoints on middle eastern politics.[/p][/quote]unlike you who has monopolised certain subjects and brought them down with farcical comments , i'm sure you have your own agenda for doing so. Bless.[/p][/quote]You are talking in riddles again. Villagecranberry
  • Score: -3

2:39pm Sun 20 Jul 14

Creina73 says...

I think it is wonderful that someone of Jewish origin is showing solidarity with the Palestinians. Keep up the good work Ms Wimborne-Idrissi!
I think it is wonderful that someone of Jewish origin is showing solidarity with the Palestinians. Keep up the good work Ms Wimborne-Idrissi! Creina73
  • Score: 9

8:54pm Sun 20 Jul 14

jackblack007 says...

Creina73 wrote:
I think it is wonderful that someone of Jewish origin is showing solidarity with the Palestinians. Keep up the good work Ms Wimborne-Idrissi!
meanwhile 100 of thousands of syrians being murdered , and same in Iraq, and all over middle east and yet she doesnt give a hoot about them, she's a hypocrite of the highest nature
[quote][p][bold]Creina73[/bold] wrote: I think it is wonderful that someone of Jewish origin is showing solidarity with the Palestinians. Keep up the good work Ms Wimborne-Idrissi![/p][/quote]meanwhile 100 of thousands of syrians being murdered , and same in Iraq, and all over middle east and yet she doesnt give a hoot about them, she's a hypocrite of the highest nature jackblack007
  • Score: 5

9:33pm Sun 20 Jul 14

St George1 says...

jackblack007 wrote:
Creina73 wrote:
I think it is wonderful that someone of Jewish origin is showing solidarity with the Palestinians. Keep up the good work Ms Wimborne-Idrissi!
meanwhile 100 of thousands of syrians being murdered , and same in Iraq, and all over middle east and yet she doesnt give a hoot about them, she's a hypocrite of the highest nature
Has it not occured to you she is speaking about her own people who is doing the killing, the same people who suffered under the Nazis now act like them.
[quote][p][bold]jackblack007[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Creina73[/bold] wrote: I think it is wonderful that someone of Jewish origin is showing solidarity with the Palestinians. Keep up the good work Ms Wimborne-Idrissi![/p][/quote]meanwhile 100 of thousands of syrians being murdered , and same in Iraq, and all over middle east and yet she doesnt give a hoot about them, she's a hypocrite of the highest nature[/p][/quote]Has it not occured to you she is speaking about her own people who is doing the killing, the same people who suffered under the Nazis now act like them. St George1
  • Score: -1

9:40pm Sun 20 Jul 14

G_Whiz says...

Egyptian-brokered ceasefire:

Accepted by Israel
Backed by the Arab league
Backed by Ban Ki Moon
Backed by the 'Palestinian' Authority.

Rejected by Hamas.

Violence is what Hamas wants, Wimborne should at least accept that continuation always comes from that organisation. And condemn them also, or she will always come across as naive.

Not that i am pro Israel, they have been stupid, and would do themselves a great favour by calling in the UN to monitor the border and ceasefire. And of course i would just would like everyone to see both sides of the story.
Egyptian-brokered ceasefire: Accepted by Israel Backed by the Arab league Backed by Ban Ki Moon Backed by the 'Palestinian' Authority. Rejected by Hamas. Violence is what Hamas wants, Wimborne should at least accept that continuation always comes from that organisation. And condemn them also, or she will always come across as naive. Not that i am pro Israel, they have been stupid, and would do themselves a great favour by calling in the UN to monitor the border and ceasefire. And of course i would just would like everyone to see both sides of the story. G_Whiz
  • Score: 11

8:43am Mon 21 Jul 14

St George1 says...

G_Whiz wrote:
Egyptian-brokered ceasefire:

Accepted by Israel
Backed by the Arab league
Backed by Ban Ki Moon
Backed by the 'Palestinian' Authority.

Rejected by Hamas.

Violence is what Hamas wants, Wimborne should at least accept that continuation always comes from that organisation. And condemn them also, or she will always come across as naive.

Not that i am pro Israel, they have been stupid, and would do themselves a great favour by calling in the UN to monitor the border and ceasefire. And of course i would just would like everyone to see both sides of the story.
Bit of a oxymoron this.

All parties accepted the status quo, namely collective punishment for the Gazan pupulace, borders under control, airpsace under control, fishing limited, no economic activity, minimal imports, restricted travel, controlled imports, minimial charity imports, etc.

No wonder it was rejected by Hamas, you would as well.
[quote][p][bold]G_Whiz[/bold] wrote: Egyptian-brokered ceasefire: Accepted by Israel Backed by the Arab league Backed by Ban Ki Moon Backed by the 'Palestinian' Authority. Rejected by Hamas. Violence is what Hamas wants, Wimborne should at least accept that continuation always comes from that organisation. And condemn them also, or she will always come across as naive. Not that i am pro Israel, they have been stupid, and would do themselves a great favour by calling in the UN to monitor the border and ceasefire. And of course i would just would like everyone to see both sides of the story.[/p][/quote]Bit of a oxymoron this. All parties accepted the status quo, namely collective punishment for the Gazan pupulace, borders under control, airpsace under control, fishing limited, no economic activity, minimal imports, restricted travel, controlled imports, minimial charity imports, etc. No wonder it was rejected by Hamas, you would as well. St George1
  • Score: 3

7:46pm Tue 22 Jul 14

hursthill says...

Wimbourne Indrisi does & says everything she can to damage Israel.

THIS HATE FILLED CREATURE MUST BE TREATED WITH CONTEMPT.
Wimbourne Indrisi does & says everything she can to damage Israel. THIS HATE FILLED CREATURE MUST BE TREATED WITH CONTEMPT. hursthill
  • Score: -1

7:52pm Tue 22 Jul 14

hursthill says...

Israel wants the conflict to stop. It is Hamas who want to carry on killing civilians, & have rejected calls for a cease fire from the UN & Arab League.

Hamas fires rockets at Israeli civilians, & uses it's own civilians as human shields to protect it's rockets. A double war crime.
Israel wants the conflict to stop. It is Hamas who want to carry on killing civilians, & have rejected calls for a cease fire from the UN & Arab League. Hamas fires rockets at Israeli civilians, & uses it's own civilians as human shields to protect it's rockets. A double war crime. hursthill
  • Score: 0

11:20pm Tue 22 Jul 14

Villagecranberry says...

hursthill wrote:
Wimbourne Indrisi does & says everything she can to damage Israel.

THIS HATE FILLED CREATURE MUST BE TREATED WITH CONTEMPT.
She seems as mad as a bag full of ferrets.
[quote][p][bold]hursthill[/bold] wrote: Wimbourne Indrisi does & says everything she can to damage Israel. THIS HATE FILLED CREATURE MUST BE TREATED WITH CONTEMPT.[/p][/quote]She seems as mad as a bag full of ferrets. Villagecranberry
  • Score: -2

11:26am Wed 23 Jul 14

stickmanny says...

hursthill wrote:
Israel wants the conflict to stop. It is Hamas who want to carry on killing civilians, & have rejected calls for a cease fire from the UN & Arab League.

Hamas fires rockets at Israeli civilians, & uses it's own civilians as human shields to protect it's rockets. A double war crime.
neither side is interested in peace, however Israel is the aggressor.

Back to 1967 borders, then some progress can be made.
[quote][p][bold]hursthill[/bold] wrote: Israel wants the conflict to stop. It is Hamas who want to carry on killing civilians, & have rejected calls for a cease fire from the UN & Arab League. Hamas fires rockets at Israeli civilians, & uses it's own civilians as human shields to protect it's rockets. A double war crime.[/p][/quote]neither side is interested in peace, however Israel is the aggressor. Back to 1967 borders, then some progress can be made. stickmanny
  • Score: -1

2:50pm Wed 23 Jul 14

hursthill says...

stickmanny wrote:
hursthill wrote:
Israel wants the conflict to stop. It is Hamas who want to carry on killing civilians, & have rejected calls for a cease fire from the UN & Arab League.

Hamas fires rockets at Israeli civilians, & uses it's own civilians as human shields to protect it's rockets. A double war crime.
neither side is interested in peace, however Israel is the aggressor.

Back to 1967 borders, then some progress can be made.
How can Israel be the aggressor. Hamas fires rockets ( 3,000 to date) with the stated aim of murdering civilians. Israel takes every measure to avoid civilian casualties, but they cannot be avoided when the Hamas terrorists uses Palestinians as human shields for it's missiles.

Hamas has rejected a ceasefire, proposed by the UN & Arab League, because it's stated aim (In it's constitution) is to erradicate Israel. It is not interested in 1967 borders.

Meanwhile 200,000 + killed in Syria. That doesn't bother Indrisi.
[quote][p][bold]stickmanny[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]hursthill[/bold] wrote: Israel wants the conflict to stop. It is Hamas who want to carry on killing civilians, & have rejected calls for a cease fire from the UN & Arab League. Hamas fires rockets at Israeli civilians, & uses it's own civilians as human shields to protect it's rockets. A double war crime.[/p][/quote]neither side is interested in peace, however Israel is the aggressor. Back to 1967 borders, then some progress can be made.[/p][/quote]How can Israel be the aggressor. Hamas fires rockets ( 3,000 to date) with the stated aim of murdering civilians. Israel takes every measure to avoid civilian casualties, but they cannot be avoided when the Hamas terrorists uses Palestinians as human shields for it's missiles. Hamas has rejected a ceasefire, proposed by the UN & Arab League, because it's stated aim (In it's constitution) is to erradicate Israel. It is not interested in 1967 borders. Meanwhile 200,000 + killed in Syria. That doesn't bother Indrisi. hursthill
  • Score: 3

4:39pm Wed 23 Jul 14

stickmanny says...

We are not talking about Syria.

For Israel-Palestine check your history first. Look back to 1948, 1967 to understand what is happening today. Israel is an aggressive occupier that cannot expect displaced people to roll over and take it.

The Palestinian Authority demands a return to 1967 borders. Israel should guarantee this as a first step to peace.
We are not talking about Syria. For Israel-Palestine check your history first. Look back to 1948, 1967 to understand what is happening today. Israel is an aggressive occupier that cannot expect displaced people to roll over and take it. The Palestinian Authority demands a return to 1967 borders. Israel should guarantee this as a first step to peace. stickmanny
  • Score: -1

7:55pm Wed 23 Jul 14

hursthill says...

1.) You don't want to talk about Syria, but other people do ! I repeat 200,000 murdered !

2. ) I suggest you check history 1st ! The link between Israel & Jewish people goes back over1,000 years. Israel has also absorbed 1 million Jewish Arab refugees.

3.) Israel demands an end to violence by Hamas. It has no territorial claims on Gaza. It is Hamas that does NOT accept internationally recognised borders, & according to it's constitution wants to eradicate Israel.

As a socialist stuckmoney you should oppose Hamas who persecute gays, treat women as inferiors, ban free trade unions, & want to impose a racist apartheid ideology.

Israel is a free open democracy. We could have this discussion between us in England & Israel, but not in Hamastein.

Even now Israeli kids have 15 seconds when they hear a siren to get into an air raid shelter when the terrorists fire their rockets . But Hamas refused a ceasefire - says it all !!
1.) You don't want to talk about Syria, but other people do ! I repeat 200,000 murdered ! 2. ) I suggest you check history 1st ! The link between Israel & Jewish people goes back over1,000 years. Israel has also absorbed 1 million Jewish Arab refugees. 3.) Israel demands an end to violence by Hamas. It has no territorial claims on Gaza. It is Hamas that does NOT accept internationally recognised borders, & according to it's constitution wants to eradicate Israel. As a socialist stuckmoney you should oppose Hamas who persecute gays, treat women as inferiors, ban free trade unions, & want to impose a racist apartheid ideology. Israel is a free open democracy. We could have this discussion between us in England & Israel, but not in Hamastein. Even now Israeli kids have 15 seconds when they hear a siren to get into an air raid shelter when the terrorists fire their rockets . But Hamas refused a ceasefire - says it all !! hursthill
  • Score: 3

7:58pm Wed 23 Jul 14

hursthill says...

NB : Stuckmoney - Are you Naomi Wimbourne - Indrissi in disguise ?
NB : Stuckmoney - Are you Naomi Wimbourne - Indrissi in disguise ? hursthill
  • Score: 1

8:06am Thu 24 Jul 14

Villagecranberry says...

stickmanny wrote:
hursthill wrote:
Israel wants the conflict to stop. It is Hamas who want to carry on killing civilians, & have rejected calls for a cease fire from the UN & Arab League.

Hamas fires rockets at Israeli civilians, & uses it's own civilians as human shields to protect it's rockets. A double war crime.
neither side is interested in peace, however Israel is the aggressor.

Back to 1967 borders, then some progress can be made.
Don't be silly, they had a ceasefire last week and. Hamas continued firing their ''harmless ' rockets
[quote][p][bold]stickmanny[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]hursthill[/bold] wrote: Israel wants the conflict to stop. It is Hamas who want to carry on killing civilians, & have rejected calls for a cease fire from the UN & Arab League. Hamas fires rockets at Israeli civilians, & uses it's own civilians as human shields to protect it's rockets. A double war crime.[/p][/quote]neither side is interested in peace, however Israel is the aggressor. Back to 1967 borders, then some progress can be made.[/p][/quote]Don't be silly, they had a ceasefire last week and. Hamas continued firing their ''harmless ' rockets Villagecranberry
  • Score: 3

8:46am Thu 24 Jul 14

stickmanny says...

1. Not now thanks

2. There was no international law a thousand years ago. We intervened and partitioned the Middle East after WW2 and as usual created a total mess. Israel has been an occupying power since 1967 and under international law is obliged to withdraw.

3. I note you say 'Gaza' when discussing territorial claims, but Gaza is Palestine. Gaza is the same country as the West Bank, the same country as East Jerusalem. All share the same injustice.

You're right Hamas does not accept internationally recognised borders. We should not expect terrorists to do this should we? Israel is a signatory to the Geneva Convention and has no such excuse.

Until 2009 the Hamas constitution called for restoration of 1967 borders and nothing more. Their present stance is borne of desperation. Israel needs to give the Palestinians something to lose.

I neither support Hamas nor oppose them. Childish knee-jerk opposition is preventing both sides from seeing solutions.
1. Not now thanks 2. There was no international law a thousand years ago. We intervened and partitioned the Middle East after WW2 and as usual created a total mess. Israel has been an occupying power since 1967 and under international law is obliged to withdraw. 3. I note you say 'Gaza' when discussing territorial claims, but Gaza is Palestine. Gaza is the same country as the West Bank, the same country as East Jerusalem. All share the same injustice. You're right Hamas does not accept internationally recognised borders. We should not expect terrorists to do this should we? Israel is a signatory to the Geneva Convention and has no such excuse. Until 2009 the Hamas constitution called for restoration of 1967 borders and nothing more. Their present stance is borne of desperation. Israel needs to give the Palestinians something to lose. I neither support Hamas nor oppose them. Childish knee-jerk opposition is preventing both sides from seeing solutions. stickmanny
  • Score: -3

3:30pm Thu 24 Jul 14

hursthill says...

stinkmonkey - there is an easy solution - :

1. Hamas stops firing rockets at Israeli kids, & digging tunnels to attack Israeli villages. Israel has said the conflict would then immediately stop.

2. Direct peace negotiations then resume, to reach agreement on the disputed territories.
stinkmonkey - there is an easy solution - : 1. Hamas stops firing rockets at Israeli kids, & digging tunnels to attack Israeli villages. Israel has said the conflict would then immediately stop. 2. Direct peace negotiations then resume, to reach agreement on the disputed territories. hursthill
  • Score: 4

4:17pm Thu 24 Jul 14

Villagecranberry says...

Maybe Gaza could come by with 6 cans lager and a fishing rod to appease the situation.
Maybe Gaza could come by with 6 cans lager and a fishing rod to appease the situation. Villagecranberry
  • Score: 1

5:50pm Thu 24 Jul 14

stickmanny says...

hursthill wrote:
stinkmonkey - there is an easy solution - :

1. Hamas stops firing rockets at Israeli kids, & digging tunnels to attack Israeli villages. Israel has said the conflict would then immediately stop.

2. Direct peace negotiations then resume, to reach agreement on the disputed territories.
1. The conflict stops when the occupation stops

2. See 1.

3. That's it.
[quote][p][bold]hursthill[/bold] wrote: stinkmonkey - there is an easy solution - : 1. Hamas stops firing rockets at Israeli kids, & digging tunnels to attack Israeli villages. Israel has said the conflict would then immediately stop. 2. Direct peace negotiations then resume, to reach agreement on the disputed territories.[/p][/quote]1. The conflict stops when the occupation stops 2. See 1. 3. That's it. stickmanny
  • Score: -1

6:47pm Thu 24 Jul 14

ChingfordRomeo says...

Stickmanny.....

1) The Palestinians never claimed that they were "occupied" between 1948 and 1967, when Gaza was part of Egypt and the West Bank was part of Jordan.

2) If the only thing the Arabs want is for the end of the "occupation" from 1967, why did they attack Israel in 1948, 1949, and 1967?
Stickmanny..... 1) The Palestinians never claimed that they were "occupied" between 1948 and 1967, when Gaza was part of Egypt and the West Bank was part of Jordan. 2) If the only thing the Arabs want is for the end of the "occupation" from 1967, why did they attack Israel in 1948, 1949, and 1967? ChingfordRomeo
  • Score: 4

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