Apple Removes 3rd Palestinian Intifada iPhone App

23 Jun, 2011

Apple has resonated to Israeli demand to remove 3rd Palestinian Intifada iPhone app from the iPhone app store.

“Israel today” is reporting that “Israeli” Diaspora Affairs Minister Yuli Edelstein sent a letter to Apple requesting the app be removed, and a day later it was. he said “By its action, Apple has proven, as Facebook did, that it shares the values that oppose violence, incitement and terrorism.”

We did not look at the app, but like the 3rd palestinina intifada page we do not think it called for terrorism, with this move Apple proves that free speech and the right for palestinians to be free from Israeli occupation are not granted at Apple.

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  1. Atef  |  June 23rd, 2011 at 3:34 PM #

    that’s totally expected from the people that pretend to be democratic they just uses it to punish weak countries … but who matters we are the consumers and we must obey producers this is the hard fact that we should know .. when we are the producers then we control

  2. Grace Cheng  |  June 23rd, 2011 at 4:39 PM #

    As long as Arabs define themselves by their hatred of Israel, the world will continue to treat them as hate-filled, dangerous, and juvenile.

    Why do you spend so much time focusing on a war that someone else lost decades ago, yet no time on the treatment of Palestinians in Jordan & Lebanon, or the cruel treatment of Muslims by other Muslims around the world?

  3. Aman  |  June 23rd, 2011 at 4:47 PM #

    @Grace you are twisting the truth. Israel is an illegal country that occupies the land of palestinians.

    As for cruel treatment it is by the hands of our governments who are popets to America and Israel, and by God welling we are removing them one by one, so no one will be there to protect israel, we will librate Palestine from the river to the sea. be prepared

  4. Grace Cheng  |  June 24th, 2011 at 7:51 AM #

    Well done, Aman.

    Keep talking like a terrorist, and see who has any sympathy for your cause.

  5. Aman  |  June 24th, 2011 at 3:03 PM #

    @grace calling to librate people from obsessed popets of America is not terrorisme . Liberating Palestine and defending against criminal israelis is not terrorisme.

    terrorism is what israelis and America are doing to Muslims.

  6. Omar  |  June 25th, 2011 at 9:03 AM #

    Well Grace, I sympathize with you, really. You simply don’t know anything about the conflict.

    Israel’s occupation is illegal by international law. The UN has declared that Israel’s illegal settlement expansion is population transfer, yet they continue. They steal the land of the Palestinians regularly, and are building a wall twice as high and three times as long as the Berlin wall.

    They treat them like animals, uproot their trees, steal their ground water, blockade them, and leave them in limbo for many decades. Listen to Jewish scholars like Norman Finkelstein and Noam Chomsky, see what they say about this.

  7. Raed  |  July 9th, 2011 at 10:22 AM #

    @Grace
    are you mad? there’s no comparison between how the Palestinians USED to be treated in Jordan and the treatment they get in their own country!
    and it’s easy for you to say to let go when you yourself aren’t a Palestinian and haven’t witnessed the brutal force of the Israeli army.

  8. Malik  |  July 12th, 2011 at 4:01 PM #

    I guess I am coming in late on this.
    But before the Arabs can criticize other countries for treating them badly, why not look inside and sort out the treatment of Arabs by Arabs.

    Before everyone jumps at me, here are a few examples:
    -Western nationalities get preferred treatment in most Arab countries starting at the airport all the way to getting a job.
    -How many Palestinians holding travel documents can travel to Egypt?
    -How many Jordanians can easily get a visa to Qatar?
    -Have you seen how the Palestinian refugees are living in Jordan, Egypt, Lebanon?

    If the Arabs can’t take care of their own people, why is it they expect others should pay attention and have their voices considered.

    Based on how Arabs treat one another, so far have not proven that they deserve to listened to

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