Monday, February 11, 2008

The zionists are going nuts....their illegal existence in Palestine is being challenged everywhere..

The so called town of "Kiryat Yam" is suing Internet giant Google for slander, a local official said Monday, because a feature of its worldwide map service shows the town was built on the ruins of an Arab village.

The dispute brings together two controversies, one old and one new.

Officials from the town deny they displaced Arabs , and Google is defending the practice of allowing any surfer to change information in its files.

" Kiryat Yam" is a town of 40,000 racist settlers on the Mediterranean coast just north of the port of Haifa.

An entry on Google Earth, a feature that allows users to zero in on locations around the world, alleges that the town was built on the ruins of Ghawarina, an Arab village.

Hundreds of thousands of Arabs fled or were expelled during the 1948-49 war. The forces from the new zionist state also overran Arab villages, destroying dozens.

" Kiryat Yam" was pulled into the dispute when a Google Earth user, Thameen Darby, inserted a note on the map saying it was built on the location of Ghawarina. Darby has inserted at least 10 such notes over Google's map of zionist state.

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Anonymous said...

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