Wednesday, January 31, 2007

IDF ordered not to change Gaza RESTRAINT policy (DESPITE TERROR ATTACK)

IDF ordered not to change Gaza RESTRAINT policy (DESPITE TERROR ATTACK)Jerusalem Post, Israel -
Despite Monday's suicide attack in Eilat, the government will maintain its policy of restraint in Gaza.

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EU, US slam Eilat bombing

EU, US slam Eilat bombing (by Arab "palestinian" terrorists that butchered 3 innocent Israelis)

Tuesday, January 30, 2007

Israeli officer gave bomber a ride (Israel - Good VS Evil-Palestine)

Israeli officer gave bomber a ride (Israel - Good VS Evil-Palestine),20867,21145761-601,00.html

January 31, 2007

Israeli officer gave bomber a ride

Abraham Rabinovich

EXTRAORDINARY details emerged yesterday of how an Israeli army reserve colonel gave a lift to a suicide bomber and considered running him over when he suspected his true mission. The revelations came as the Israeli Government rejected a request from the army to immediately retaliate against Monday's suicide attack in the southern city of Eilat, in an attempt to hold together the fragile peace process. The attack on a bakery killed three people and the bomber, marking the first such suicide bombing in nine months.

Friday, January 26, 2007

UN unanimously slams Holocaust denial

UN unanimously slams Holocaust denial Jerusalem Post - By JPOST.COM STAFF. The bill was proposed by the US delegation to the UN. No vote was taken on the bill as no objection by any member of the UN was registered in the council.

The first HUMANE thing by the UN in a very long time!

some latest news from the war on terror

Hamas, Fatah resume clashes
B92, Serbia - 39 minutes ago
Fatah officials said that a night of factional clashes ended with a Hamas militiaman dead in a bomb attack while each side took captives. ...,23599,21125981-1702,00.html

Factional clashes kill three in Gaza, Australia -
TENSIONS rose in the Gaza Strip today after renewed clashes between the ruling Hamas movement and president Mahmud Abbas's Fatah party left another three ...

Reuters AlertNet, UK -
Palestinian Hamas supporters attend a Hamas rally marking the first anniversary of its election victory in the northern Gaza Strip January 26, 2007. Rival Palestinian factions clashed in Gaza on Friday, killing two people, as the Islamist Hamas movement marked the first anniversary of its election victory over the once-dominant Fatah

Wednesday, January 24, 2007

Terror TV & US money to "moderate" Egypt that sponsors it!

Why is Egypt airing insurgent TV from Iraq?

Why is Egypt airing insurgent TV from Iraq?
Al Zawraa's broadcasting of Sunni attacks on American soldiers highlights sectarian politics.
By Sarah Gauch Correspondent of The Christian Science Monitor
CAIRO - Al Zawraa television station, the face of Iraq's Sunni insurgency, shows roadside bombs blowing up American tanks, dead and bloody Iraqi children, and insurgent snipers taking aim and firing.

And all this blatant anti-Americanism is broadcasting 24/7 on an Egyptian government-controlled satellite provider from one of Washington's closest allies. Even though Iraq and the US have asked Egypt to pull the plug, the station remains on the air.

The question is, why? While Nilesat, which broadcasts Al Zawraa, argues that it's airing the channel for purely commercial reasons, analysts point to the political benefits for Egypt.

Some say the country's reluctance to shut down the channel shows that Egypt, predominantly Sunni, may be taking a stand against what it sees as the unjust aggressiveness of Iraq's Shiite-led government and the dangers of Iran's influence there.

"With Iran flexing its muscles in Iraq and Lebanon and talking about becoming a nuclear power, all of this puts the Sunni Arab regimes – Egypt, Saudi Arabia, Jordan – on the defensive," says Lawrence Pintak, director of American University in Cairo's television journalism program and author of "Reflections in a Bloodshot Lens: America, Islam, & the War of Ideas."

Mr. Pintak says Egypt's decision to keep Al Zawraa on the air plays into the Sunni-Shiite cold war that has descended on the region, caused largely by sectarian bloodshed in Iraq and Iran's nuclear ambitions. In essence, he says, it's a show of support for fellow Sunnis.

American officials have reportedly called the station "utterly offensive," saying that closing it down is a priority.

But one Egyptian government official, who asked to remain anonymous, reiterated Nilesat's stand that the station remains on air purely for commercial reasons. "We're merely a carrier of this station. We're not producing it. This is a straightforward business deal," he says, adding that, "none of us would reject the principle of freedom of speech and broadcasting for everyone."

Egypt has a history, though, of arresting bloggers and journalists and violently dispersing protests critical of Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak's government. On Saturday, Egyptian authorities detained an Al Jazeera journalist for allegedly fabricating scenes of torture in Egyptian police stations. The journalist was later released.

If Nilesat should buckle under US pressure, however, Al Zawraa will soon have other venues.

Station owner Mishan al-Jabouri says he's just signed contracts with Paris-based satellite provider Hot Bird and Emirates-based Arabsat. He also hopes to sign a contract soon with an American satellite company, which he didn't want to name, and to open new studios in Paris. American subtitles, too, are in the offing, he says.

"I want to show people everywhere what the Americans are doing to my country," says Mr. Jabouri, a former member of Iraq's parliament, now based in Damascus, "what American democracy has done to Iraq, how it has killed children, what has happened in the prisons, how the Americans gave Iraq to Iran."

While many see Nilesat as Al Zawraa's staunch supporter, Jabouri complains that the satellite provider is already reacting to US pressure by raising technical obstacles that prevent him from sending new footage from the field, forcing him to loop already-broadcast material.

Al Zawraa began two years ago as an above-ground, hard-line Sunni TV station, based in Iraq, until the Iraqi government closed it down last November, around the time Saddam Hussein was sentenced to death. Today, it's an underground station with brutal, no-holds-barred content, often amateur, shaky footage showing American soldiers crumpling to the ground after being shoot, and alleged American atrocities against Iraqi civilians. The station's anchors wear military fatigues and rail against the Shiite-led Iraqi government.

The Iranian flag is superimposed over Iraq's Shiite leaders shown on air and news crawls call on viewers "to liberate Iraq from occupying US and Iranian forces" and say that "the mafia" of Moqtada al-Sadr are all "criminals and thieves."

The station closely resembles Islamic extremist websites, with even religious chanting backing up some footage, although Jabouri emphasizes that his station has no ties to Al Qaeda.

The business deal between Al Zawraa and Nilesat is all the more curious, commentators say, since Islamic extremism remains a threat in Egypt and Al Zawraa appears the perfect militant recruiting tool. But, it seems Egypt is more concerned about reasserting its leadership in the Sunni Arab world than it is in gagging a possible militant mouthpiece, analysts say.

This is also a sign that Egypt may be further distancing itself from Washington. Recently, it defiantly announced a nuclear energy program of its own and criticized Mr. Hussein's execution last month.

However, US Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice met with Egyptian officials Monday to shore up this country's support for American efforts in Iraq. Ms. Rice is traveling through the Middle East on a trip intended largely to bolster support for President Bush's new plan to stabilize Iraq and to reassure the US's Arab allies of its commitment to Israeli-Palestinian peacemaking. Arab states are anxious for Washington to renew efforts to find a solution to the historical conflict, which they say is the underlying cause of the region's political problems.

In Egypt, Ms. Rice said, "We share risk and we share responsibility, because this is an area of the world which will very much be affected by how Iraq turns out."

Egyptian Foreign Minister Ahmed Aboul Gheit, a frequent critic, was ready to give Mr. Bush's plan the benefit of the doubt. "We are supportive of that plan because we are hopeful that the plan would lead ensure the stability, the unity, and the cohesion of the Iraqi government."

• Material from Reuters was used in this report.


Qaeda's Successful Recruiting Efforts
New York Sun, NY - Jan 18, 2007

Qaeda's Successful Recruiting Efforts
The MEMRI Report

January 19, 2007

In response to reports that recruitment into America's armed forces is at its lowest level in years, Secretary of Defense Gates has called for increasing the Army and Marine corps by 92,000 troops over the next five years.

On the other hand, Al Qaeda and other Islamist terrorist groups seem to have an unlimited pool of recruits. This is because their followers are brainwashed — through messages that they receive in schools and mosques as well as on television — that if they give their lives for jihad, they will be rewarded in the afterlife with 72 black-eyed virgins.

As Sheik Ahmad Qattan explained on Saudi Iqra TV on January 3, 2005, "The martyrdom seeker … these heroes who stand in line and await their turn … to sacrifice themselves for the sake of their God's religion … seek the … longest life in the heavens. They want to join their brothers, the martyrs, and to reap martyr's rewards. … He is married off to 72 black-eyed women."

Al Qaeda in Iraq, an organization led by the late Abu Musab Al-Zarqawi, published a statement addressed to America on January 26, 2005, which discussed what is promised to its recruits: "We have men who love death as you love life. Our fallen [go to] heaven, and yours — to hell. While your reinforcements come from the Jews and the Christians, ours come from the Blessed and Lofty Allah. … Oh the gardens [of Eden], prepare yourselves; oh black-eye [virgins], approach. ... The martyrs' wedding is at hand." A year and a half later, Zarqawi's clan celebrated his wedding in Jordan after he was killed.

During the second intifada, the Palestinian Arab press frequently reported the death of suicide bombers by printing wedding announcements and "bridal" pictures.

One announcement read, "In the name of Allah, all merciful, all the compassionate, do not consider who died for the sake of Allah as dead. Rather as alive, the Martyr, Ali-Khadha Al-Yassini, who was wedded to the blackeyed virgin in the Garden of Eternity on the morning of September 16, 2001. Congratulations to him for his wedding."


on January 24, 2007 Neil Cavuto had Peter Brooks speaking out to pressure Egypt that we the US are aiding with 2 Billion dollars a year!!! and they broadcast Al Qaeda's propaganda 'Terror TV' to cause loss of American lives???


Terror TV
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On any given night of the week, between 10 and 15 million Arabic speakers in Europe, North Africa and the Middle East tune into Al-Manar (the Beacon), the television channel produced in Beirut by the terrorist group Hezbollah. The station's purpose, an Al-Manar official told researcher Avi Jorisch of the Washington Institute for Near East Policy, is to "help people on the way to committing what you call in the West a suicide mission."

Watch some of its programming (revealing clips ...)


Michelle Malkin: Shutting down Terror TVThe Coalition Against Terrorist Media has done tremendous work fighting al Manar's Terror TV programming and successfully pressing the US Treasury Dept to ...

Tuesday, January 23, 2007

Dozens Are Hurt in Lebanon by ANTI WEST ISLAMIC HUZBULLAH

Dozens Are Hurt in Lebanon by ANTI WEST ISLAMIC HUZBULLAH

Dozens Are Hurt in Lebanon Amid Strike By Opposition
Associated Press
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BEIRUT, Lebanon -- Hezbollah-led opposition protesters paralyzed Lebanon Tuesday by burning tires and cars at major thoroughfares in and around the capital, sparking clashes with government supporters amid a general strike aimed at toppling U.S.-backed Prime Minister Fuad Siniora.

What had been planned as a peaceful work-stoppage around the country turned into the worst violence since the pro-Syrian Shiite Hezbollah movement and its allies launched its campaign two months ago to oust the government. Black clouds billowed over parts of Beirut as opposition supporters set up burning roadblocks on main routes and at entrances to the capital, as well as ...

"Moderate" Palestinian Arab leader: Abbas says won’t obligate Hamas to recognize Israel

"Moderate" Palestinian Arab leader: Abbas says won’t obligate Hamas to recognize Israel

YNet ^,7340,L-3355855,00.html Jan. 23, 2007

Ali WakedTalks on the establishment of PA unity government expected to resume; Palestinian president says early elections possible if negotiations fail; ‘Hamas recognition of Israel not a precondition,’ he adds
Ali Waked Published: 01.23.07, 12:11
Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas said Tuesday he would not demand that Hamas recognize Israel as a precondition for the establishment of a unity government in the Authority.
“However, I am demanding that the government adhere to the agreements of the Palestinian Legislative Council and the decisions reached by the United Nations,” he said.
The talks on the establishment of a Palestinian unity government are expected to resume Tuesday on the heels of Abbas’ meeting with Hamas leader Khaled Mashaal in Damascus.
“Early elections (in the Palestinian Authority) are a serious possibility should the negotiations on the establishment of a unity government fail,” Fatah leader Abbas told London-based Arabic newspaper al-Hayat.
As to the chances of a civil war erupting in the PA Abbas said, “This marks a red line for us, and we will not allow it to be crossed. This is why I have held the talks (on unity).”
'We'll uphold Palestinian principles'
Following the Abbas-Mashaal meeting Hamas and Fatah officials agreed that the current round of talks would not exceed two weeks and that if no agreement is reached during this period Abbas would be forced to consider declaring early elections.
A senior Hamas official said the group would not agree to any preconditions for dialogue, adding that the group would ‘uphold Palestinian principles even for the international community’s commitment to lift its economical siege.’
Fatah officials claimed the dispute is lingering due Hamas’ refusal to declare that a unity government would be committed to past agreements signed by the PLO and the Authority.
Roee Nahmias contributed to the report

Monday, January 22, 2007

Christians' Suffering in the middle east under Islamofascists Hamas, Hezbullah

Christians' Suffering in the middle east under Islamofascists Hamas, Hezbullah

Difficult for Christians to Survive in the Middle East
Journal Chrétien - 21 Ene 2007
And since the election victories of the Muslim Brotherhood in Egypt and Hamas in the Palestinian Authority, the rise of Hezbollah in Lebanon and the bloody ...

Terrorism Tehran-style (via Hezbullah Islamic Terrorists)

Terrorism Tehran-style (via Hezbullah Islamic Terrorists)

Terrorism Tehran-style

Courier Mail, Australia - Jan 21, 2007

YOU know it's not business as usual when prosecutors from one country file a criminal indictment against another country's head of state.

But that's precisely what happened late last year when Argentine authorities laid terrorism charges against former Iranian president Ali Akbar Rafsanjani.

In open court, Rafsanjani and other retired Iranian government officials were formally accused of masterminding the bombing of a Jewish community centre in 1994. The AMIA building in Buenos Aires was flattened in an explosion that killed 85 people and wounded more than 200 other civilians.

But despite countless litres of innocent blood on its hands, Hezbollah's defenders insist the movement does not engage in terrorism. ...,23739,21094377-27197,00.html

80% of 'Palestinians' in fear under Hamas reign of terror

80% of 'Palestinians' in fear under Hamas reign of terror Jerusalem Newswire, Israel - Palestinian Arabs
80% of 'Palestinians' in fear under Hamas reign of terror

January 22, 2007

Palestinian Arab society is harvesting the fruits of the violence it has agreed to live with for decades.
A new poll shows that 80 percent of these Arabs who live in areas under control of the Hamas-led Palestinian Authority fear for their personal safety.
Seventy-six percent believe their security situation is worse under Hamas than it was when the PLO's Fatah faction held a majority in the PA.
Hamas was handed control of the PA by the "Palestinian" electorate a year ago, in general elections international monitors vouched had been "free and fair."
Self destructive palestinian Arabs? say it again!

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Sunday, January 21, 2007

Another 'Palestinian' MYTH, 'right of return'

Another 'Palestinian' MYTH, 'right of return'

...Thus, the accusations that the creation of the State of Israel led to the eradication and dispossession of a Palestinian ‘nation,’ and that Israel continues to obstruct and deny the Palestinian’s right of self-determination, are spurious at best, since, as Robert Spencer, scholar of Islamic history, notes, before the 1967 war when Israel took control of Gaza and the West Bank, no one — including the Palestinians themselves — thought of themselves as a nation, that this “supposed national identity was invented in the 1960s in what turned about to be an extraordinarily successful ploy to adjust the paradigm of the Arab-Israeli conflict with the newly-minted Palestinians as the underdogs.”

Nor was the land that the Palestinian Arabs fled from in what would become Israel ever land to which Palestinian refugees could ever make a legally sound claim. “None of the West Bank and Gaza Strip has ever been ‘Palestinian Land,’” said columnist and historian David Meir-Levi. “Before Israel’s, the last legal sovereignty over these territories was that of the Ottoman Empire. The British Mandate was a temporary care-taker control established by the League of Nations. And from 1948 to 1967, the West Bank was illegally occupied and annexed by Jordan, and the Gaza Strip by Egypt — both in stark defiance of international law, the Fourth Geneva Convention, and UN resolutions 181 and 194.”

There is some irony in the fact that the Palestinians have repeatedly violated both the spirit and intent of 194, that particular UN resolution containing a reference to the concept of ‘return’ to one’s country, although two key points are characteristically ignored by those pointing to this source as justification for their legal claim. First, Resolution 194 was the product of the UN General Assembly and "is an expression of sentiment and carries no binding force whatsoever," meaning that it is meant to make recommendations but not binding law. What it did suggest, however, was that “the refugees wishing to return to their homes and live at peace with their neighbors should be permitted to do so at the earliest practicable date, and that compensation should be paid for the property of those choosing not to return and for loss of or damage to property which . . . should be made good by the Governments or authorities responsible.”

According to the evaluation of law professor Ruth Lapidoth of The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, this language precludes an interpretation of the UN resolution that supports a Palestinian claim for an unqualified right of return as opposed to a suggested one. “Though the Arab states originally rejected the resolution,” she wrote (specifically because it would mean giving implicit recognition of the existence of Israel), “they later relied on it heavily and have considered it as recognition of a wholesale right of repatriation.”

But according to Professor Lapidoth, “this interpretation . . . does not seem warranted: the paragraph does not recognize any ‘right,’ but recommends that the refugees ‘should’ be ‘permitted’ to return. Moreover, that permission is subject to two conditions — that the refugee wishes to return, and that he wishes to live at peace with his neighbors,” something the Arab world, even now, has clearly never seen fit to do. And there is another significant aspect of the “refugee” problem from the 1940s that everyone demanding rights of return and reparations for Palestinian refugees conveniently forgets: some 800,000-900,000 Jews, some of whom had lived in Arab lands for 1,000 years and were fully integrated into those societies, were expelled and all their wealth (estimated to be about ten times that of the Palestinians) confiscated as the nascent Israel was being established. No one now cries over their lost possessions, homes, property, and citizenships.

So for observers like professor Karsh, the recommendations of Resolution 194 "could as readily apply to the hundreds of thousands of Jews who were then being driven from Arab states in revenge for the situation in Palestine," and in fact were meant to, since the refugees mentioned in the resolution are purposely not defined as being either Arab or Jew. In fact, many diplomats and officials had anticipated an exchange of refugees, as has happened successfully in other similar social upheavals, where Palestinian refugees would have been absorbed in Arab states and Jewish refugees would have settled in Israel — exactly what happened to some 600,000 Jewish refugees.

Legal scholars also point out that international law grants the right to leave or return to one’s country only to individuals, not as a collective right as the Palestinians claim. More importantly, no population of refugees has ever presumed that the right of return — if such a right even exists — could be claimed, not only by the original refugees, but also by all of their descendants.

Palestinians kill Palestinian children - and not by accident. No criticism is heard

Palestinians kill Palestinian children - and not by accident. No criticism is heard , From Ze'ev Schiff's op-ed titled "A tiny, but important, problem"
Haaretz, January 12, 2007

Again, and again, Arabs DON'T want the 'Palestinians' but use them 4 anti Israel fascism

Again, and again, Arabs DON'T want the 'Palestinians' but use them 4 anti Israel fascism
Palestinians told to (by Shiites) leave immediately or 'prepare to die', Palestinians told to leave immediately or 'prepare to die' Gulf News, United Arab Emirates - Baghdad/London: Palestinians living in Iraq have been warned that they will be killed by Shiite militias unless they leave the country immediately. ... from WWW.GULFNEWS.COM

Again, and again, Arabs DON'T want them but use them 4 anti Israel fascism, never ever believe that there is ANY Arab entity that cares for Arab "Palestinians".
Then again I can not blame the Iraqis for not wanting the troublemakers.

Monday, January 15, 2007

(Towards the 23rd Arab state) Palestinians up quality of improvised explosives

(Towards the 23rd Arab state) Palestinians up quality of improvised explosives

Palestinians up quality of improvised explosives

Under Hizbullah guidance, Palestinian terror groups in the West Bank have recently obtained high-grade explosives that have significantly improved the effectiveness of roadside improvised explosive devices (IED) used against IDF patrols, senior defense officials told The Jerusalem Post on Monday.

Israeli Restraint Continues to Enrage Muslim World

Israeli Restraint Continues to Enrage Muslim World

Israel’s restraint in the face of Kassam rockets launched from Palestinian territory is said to be heightening tensions in the Middle East.

Two rockets slammed into Sderot, one of them striking a community center and another hitting a bus. Three people were injured. A separate attack hit the port city of Ashkelon. In total, 45 rockets have been launched from Gaza into Israel since the November 26 truce went into effect.

Israel’s lack of retaliatory response has been widely decried as “provocative.” “The failure of the Jews to strike back reveals their evil scheming nature,” said Sheik Hassan Nasrallah of Hezbollah. “It’s inhuman to adhere to a truce under such conditions. The evidence of the Jews’ link to satanic powers couldn’t be clearer. For the love of God they must be exterminated.”

Iranian President Mahmud Ahmadinejad called Israel’s actions “sinister.” “Throughout recorded history the Jews have tried to lull the unwary by their nonviolent responses to pogroms and repression,” Ahmadinejad warned. “Their diabolical cunning brought down the great Adolf Hitler. It will bring down the world if we are not careful.”

The United Nations has promised to look into the matter. “We should not allow ourselves to be fooled by Jewish trickery,” outgoing Secretary-General Kofi Annan advised. “If Jews are being attacked there must be a good reason. We will get to the bottom of this.”

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Sunday, January 14, 2007

Islamo Fascism, Islamo Nazism, FACTS!

The Islamic activists are only offended at definging the Islamists, but never what they do! Wonderful palestinian parents... any wonder their kids die?

Hey, even paying Jimmy Carter to be recruited... all the money is "holy" for Islamic hate

So you know what they mean by "apartheid"...

Lying palestinians dreass their kids as "jews", the usual to invent "stotries" on the Zionists, to instill "anger" and HATE

The usual slogan by the "religion of peace" palestinians shout "itbach al yahood", sloughter the Jews!

"Itbach Al-Yahud!" thousands of PA Muslims chant in frenzied anger, Like Germans of the Third Reich, the Palestinians worship dark gods. ...




As strated by the chief palestinian Arab Muslim "spiritual" leader in the 1920's, the MUFTI, that orchestrated the massacre of Jews in Hebron in 1929...

Here he meets his buddy Adolf Hitler, inspects SS troops in WW2. Nazi Roots Of Islamofascism

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What Right of Return, Mr. Baker?

What Right of Return, Mr. Baker?

By Richard L. Cravatts
Mr. Cravatts, PhD, director of Boston University’s Program in Book & Magazine Publishing at the Center for Professional Education, writes frequently on law, politics, religion, housing, and culture.

President Bush’s January 10th speech about a strategy for the Iraqi war going forward did ignore two key suggestions found last month in Jim Baker and company’s meretricious Iraqi Study Group report: that, first, the U.S. should initiate diplomatic conversations with Syria and Iran, and, second, that it should withdraw its troops in 2008. Thankfully, another specious suggestion from the report also went unmentioned in Bush’s speech, namely the notion of creating some linkage between Iraq and the need for “a renewed and sustained commitment by the United States to a comprehensive Arab-Israeli peace.”


Saturday, January 13, 2007

California Muslim Arrested after Threat to "Kill All Jews"

California Muslim Arrested after Threat to "Kill All Jews"
PALM SPRINGS a 35-year-old man was arrested after he allegedly made terrorist threats inside a Palm Springs bar, police said


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How they dealt with the lying Muslim-Arabs in Israel the holyland, at that time...

How they dealt with the lying Muslim-Arabs in Israel the holyland, at that time...

At the time of the Ottoman empire, there were already Arab-Muslims that tried to ¨claim¨ the land of the Jews to themselves.

The Arab Muslim Representative claimed that Arabs were before the Jews there, as well as about Muhammad being in Jerusalem (though only in his dream... as Muhammad decided to write in HIS Quran).

The ridiculous argument went so far that the Arab even denied the biblical history in order to base his claims.

The main focus was of course on the wailing wall - the area where the Jewish temple was more than 2,000 years ago.

The argument arrived to the Pasha who was the Ottoman Turkish governor at that time.

When the Jewish representative came along the Arab rep. the Jew took off his shoes at entering the Pasha's place.

The Arab took the advantage to bash the Jew that he doesn't respect the governor, which is why he is without shoes and carries them along in his hands, at such a form he stands before the governor?

The Pasha asked the Jew why?

The Jewish rep. replied:

'Dear Pasha, we know the story of mount Sinai, when the Almighty told Moses the prophet: ¨Take your shoes off Moses you're on holy ground Holy ground¨. But it doesn't mention what happened to the shoes afterwords, Did Moses put them on right after, or else?

Well, we know that there was an Arab that robbed, took aways Moses' shoes, since then, Dear Pasha, I have to be careful on my shoes as I am walking with an Arab along side me.

The pasha asked the Arab to respond to his defense, the Arab jumped and said:

'What does the Jew talk about? there weren't even ANY Arab at that time in the whole area!'


The Pasha said, you just admitted it!

______________________ The Smoking Gun: Arab Immigration into Israel 'Palestine', 1922-1931 The Arabs in the Holy Land - are NOT Natives but Aliens!-

Time-Immemorial-Arab-Jewish-Conflict-Palestine (Book)

Myths & Facts, Guide to the Middle East

(Truth is) "PALESTINE" - Never an Arab Country - One of the myths (LIES!) of our time is that Israel, before it was settled by the “alien” Jews and “stolen” from the Arabs ...

Thursday, January 11, 2007

(Some of) Anti Semitism Global Incidents 2006 (Arab racism & Islamofascism)

(Some of) Anti Semitism Global Incidents 2006 (Arab racism & Islamofascism)


August 6, 2006 – Bogotá – Anti-Semitic and anti-Israel graffiti was found in the area around the Israeli Embassy. The spray-painted vandalism included a Star of David intertwined with a swastika and the slogans, “F***ing Jews,” “Jews Nazis,” “Put an end to the Nazi/Imperialist occupation – Free Palestine,” and “No more Israel.”


November 8, 2006 – Gagny – Unknown arsonists set fire to the ground floor of the Merkaz Hatorah Jewish school in a northern suburb of Paris. The fire was quickly extinguished. The school was similarly attacked in 2003. No injuries were reported, and police have initiated an investigation.

September 13, 2006 - Paris – After identifying him as Jewish, four students attacked a 13-year-old boy in his suburban middle school, sending him to the hospital. Legal action was being taken against the assailants.

August 2, 2006 – Saint-Quentin – A synagogue was vandalized. Panes of glass were broken, chairs were overturned, a silver item of worship was stolen, and a Star of David was covered in black ink.

May 28, 2006 – Paris – Members of a black extremist group marched through a Jewish quarter in central Paris shouting anti-Semitic slogans. Police broke up the march. Security was increased in the area.

March 12, 2006 – Paris – Vandals broke into a synagogue in the Paris suburb of Sarcelles and threw religious objects to the ground. Police were investigating.

March 6, 2006 – Lyon – A Jewish pupil was attacked and kicked in the face by four youths. Police placed the youths in custody for violence and injury “with anti-Semitic character.”

March 4, 2006 – Sarcelles – A 28-year-old Jewish man was beaten by youths who made anti-Semitic remarks during the assault. The man suffered a dislocated shoulder. The police have arrested four suspects.

March 3, 2006 – Sarcelles – A 17-year-old Jewish man, the son of a local rabbi, was attacked by two men. The victim suffered a broken nose. The incident occurred near the synagogue of Sarcelles in a district known as “Little Jerusalem,” where there is a sizable Jewish community.

March 3, 2006 – Sarcelles – An 18-year-old Jewish man was attacked by a group of five men, who threw him to the ground while shouting insults and anti-Semitic threats. They escaped with the victim’s cellular phone.

February 13, 2006 – Bagneux – Police believe the kidnapping and murder of a young Jewish man in Paris was motivated by anti-Semitism. Ilan Halimi, 23, was found naked, tortured and burned south of Paris after being held for three weeks by a gang demanding a large ransom. He died of his injuries shortly afterwards. On February 23, French police arrested 12 of the members of the gang. Another suspect was arrested in Belgium. During the investigation police reportedly found literature linking some suspects to Muslim causes and there are indications that the torture and killing was an anti-Semitic crime. Interior Minister Nicolas Sarkozy on February 21 described the crime as anti-Semitic in nature.

January 9, 2006 – Créteil – Two Jewish boys wearing yarmulkes were attacked in front of a train station in Créteil, a Paris suburb. The 11- and 12-year-olds were approached by four men of African and Arab origin, who hurled anti-Semitic epithets at them before striking one of the boys to the ground and holding the other forcefully. One of the victims suffered a broken nose. Police arrested four suspects in the assault.

January 7, 2006 – Sarcelles – A synagogue was vandalized, with the words “Juden raus” (“Jews get out”) and “Death to Sharon” etched into the roof. A man later confessed to using an ice-pick to vandalize the building.


There is no secret who attacks Jews in (Arab populated) Paris & who calls for "free palestine", it's NOT white KKK types...
Colombia has a large Lebanese Arab population.

Wednesday, January 10, 2007

Deporting the largest Ohio's Mosque TERROR-IMAM Islamofascist to Israel "angers" Muslims...

Deporting the largest Ohio's Mosque TERROR-IMAM Islamofascist to Israel "angers" Muslims...

Former Ohio imam's deportation to Israel angers US Muslims

Thursday, Jan 11, 2007, Page 6
Israel arrested the former imam of Ohio's largest mosque after he was deported from the US last week, the Shin Bet internal security service confirmed.

Fawaz Damra, 46, was arrested because of his ties to Islamic Jihad, a militant Palestinian group classified by Israel and the US as a terrorist organization, Shin Bet said on Tuesday. It gave no other details.

Smadar Ben-Natan, an Israeli lawyer retained by Damra's family to represent him, said Damra was being held at the Kishon prison and she planned to meet with her client yesterday.

Damra's family, friends and members of the Islamic community in Ohio reacted with outrage on Tuesday and demanded that the US government be held accountable for Damra ending up in Israeli custody.

Damra, a Palestinian originally from the West Bank city of Nablus, was deported by US authorities last week because he concealed his ties to Islamic Jihad when he applied for US citizenship in 1994. Relatives expecting him to enter the West Bank on Friday reported he never showed up and said they had been told by the Red Cross he was detained, but there was not any official Israeli confirmation until Tuesday.

"We waited for him all day and he didn't come," said Nabil Damra, the imam's brother.

"He is not an extremist and we don't understand why he was arrested. My mother is crying. Our house is sad. My father, who is 83, is waiting for his son. We pray that my brother will come home and see his father before he dies," he said.

Islamic Jihad, a small radical group with links to Iran and Syria, has carried out dozens of suicide bombings and rocket attacks against Israel.

During his trial, jurors were shown evidence that Damra raised money for the organization, along with footage of a 1991 speech in which he called Jews "the sons of monkeys and pigs."

He later apologized for making anti-Semitic statements.

Damra, whose wife and three daughters remain in the US, served as the imam, or religious leader, of the Islamic Center of Cleveland in suburban Parma.

His supporters gathered at the mosque on Tuesday along with his wife and children, expressing concern for his safety.

"There seems to be widespread speculation that my husband's disappearance has him in a place where there is no due process, where he is likely to be tortured or worse," said Nesreen Damra, barely able to read her prepared statement through tears.

A US Immigration and Customs Enforcement spokesman denied accusations that the government's intent was to hand Damra over to Israeli authorities.


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Monday, January 08, 2007

Why radical Islam – and why now?

Why radical Islam – and why now?


Read any newspaper or turn on any news broadcast and you’re bound to encounter stories of Islamic radicals fighting, killing and threatening each other – and just about everyone else.

In Somalia, jihadists, with the support of al-Qaida, have clashed with troops loyal to the country’s internationally recognized interim government and now threaten neighboring Ethiopia with all-out war.

Nearby in Darfur, Muslim militiamen called janjaweed are waging genocide against black Christian and animist villagers – apparently with the consent of the Sudanese government.

Shiite and Sunni militias, each claiming to represent true Islam, keep slaughtering each other in Iraq.

Hezbollah (“Party of God”) seeks to destroy democracy in Lebanon by provoking Israel, which it is sworn to eliminate.

On the West Bank, Hamas and Fatah have taken a timeout from their attacks on Israel to murder each other and innocent bystanders.

The Iranian Shiite theocracy – when not hosting Holocaust deniers or sending terrorists into Iraq – issues serial pledges to finish off Israel.

The shaky Pakistani leadership pleads that it can neither target Osama bin Laden nor stop Taliban jihadists hiding out in the remote regions of Pakistan from streaming back into Afghanistan.

In Europe, opera producers, novelists, cartoonists and filmmakers are increasingly circumspect out of fear of death threats from Islamists.

While each conflict is unique and rooted in its own history, the common thread – radical Islam – is obvious. It’s thus worth asking why this violent, intolerant strain of Islam has taken hold in so many unstable places – and at this particular time.

The ascent of radical Islam is, perhaps, the natural culmination of a century’s worth of failed political systems in Muslim countries that were driven by morally bankrupt ideologies, led by cruel dictators, or both.

In the 1930s, German-style fascism appealed to Arabs in Palestine and Egypt. Soviet-style communism had sympathetic governments in Afghanistan, Algeria and Yemen. Baathism took hold in Syria and Iraq. The secular Egyptian dictator Gamal Abdel Nasser promised a new pan-Arabism that would do away with colonial borders that divided “the Arab nation.” Then there is the more pragmatic authoritarianism that survives in Muammar el-Qaddafi’s Libya or in the petrol-monarchies in the Gulf.

Radical Islam may be as totalitarian and as morally bankrupt as any of these past or mostly defunct “isms,” but its current appeal isn’t hard to figure out. Unlike fascism or communism, radical Islam is locally grown, and not plagued by charges of foreign contamination. Indeed, Islamists claim to wage jihad against the modernism and globalization of the outside, mostly Westernized world. Such a message resonates in stagnant, impoverished Muslim countries.

Of course, while the people of the region may be poor, the Islamist movement isn’t. Huge oil profits filter throughout the Muslim world, allowing Islamists to act on their rhetoric. In today’s world, militias can easily acquire everything from shoulder-held anti-aircraft missiles to rocket-propelled grenades. With such weapons, and on their own turf, Islamists can nullify billion-dollar Western jets and tanks.

There is still another reason for the rise of Islamists: They sense a new hesitation in the West. We appear to them paralyzed over oil prices and supplies and fears of terrorism. And so they have also waged a brilliant propaganda war, adopting the role of victims of Western colonialism, imperialism and racism. In turn, much of the world seems to tolerate their ruthlessness in stifling freedom, oppressing women and killing nonbelievers.

So how, aside from killing jihadist terrorists, can we defend ourselves against the insidious spread of radical Islam? Here are a few starting suggestions:

Bluntly identify radical Islam as fascistic – without worrying whether some Muslims take offense when we will talk honestly about the extremists in their midst.

At the same time, keep encouraging consensual governments in the Middle East and beyond that could offer people security and prosperity, while distancing ourselves from illegitimate dictators, especially in Syria and Iran, that promote terrorists.

Establish that no more autocracies in the Middle East and Asia will be allowed to get the bomb.

Seek energy independence that would collapse the world price of oil, curbing petrodollar subsidies for terrorists and our own appeasement of their benefactors.

Appreciate the history and traditions of a unique Western civilization to remind the world that we have nothing to apologize for but rather much good to offer to others.

Finally, keep confident in a war in which our will and morale are every bit as important as our overwhelming military strength. The jihadists claim that we are weak spiritually, but our past global ideological enemies – Nazism, fascism, militarism and communism – all failed. And so will they.

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