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Video: Geert Wilders is a Mossad Agent!

Posted by avideditor on April 3, 2008

It looks like the antisemitism of the Islamist is so great that they call anyone that they want to kill a JewGeert Wilders is not a Jew. It looks like the jihadis are trying to distory the facts. It is just scary to me that their greatest insult to someone is to call them a Jew. To watch to Fitna click here. 

Video: Geert Wilders is a Mossad Agent!: ” 

‘The Arab European League’s’ new video ALMOUFTINOUN claims they know what the ‘missing link’ is in the Geert Wilders mystery.geert_wilders_mossad.jpgThe first half of the movie exposes Geert Wilders as a ‘racist’ [oddly, forgetting that Islam is not a race] and then goes on to explain how he’s secretly a Jew from the heart of Jew-land itself, and therefore not to be trusted. Consistent, no?More details, screenshots, and links to vid from the Mossad’s internet guy.

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British Muslims Planned To Kill Thousands Over The Atlantic

Posted by avideditor on April 3, 2008

It is sad how little the Main Stream Media and liberal news blogs address news about previous terrorist threats. It is like if they stick there head in the sand it will all just go away. The longer we allow jihadis to infiltrate or education and media the worse off we are going to be prepared to prevent future jihadi attacks. Here is a great post on a threat that was stopped that saved thousands of lives.

British Muslims Planned To Kill Thousands Over The Atlantic: “

This is truly some scary shit. The trial that began in Britain yesterday regarding the terror plot by British muslims to blow up as many as eight airliners over the Atlantic is revealing what would have been the biggest terror attack since 9/11. From the article:

Two thousand passengers would have died in the plot by eight fanatics working ‘in the name of Islam’, the jury was told.
It could have involved up to 18 suicide bombers. And they were almost ready to strike.
The jets they targeted would all have been bound from Heathrow to cities in the U.S. and Canada, it was claimed.
Once the first had exploded the authorities would have had to watch, powerless, as the six others were downed.
Plastic soft-drink bottles were to be the murder weapon – filled with explosive and connected to a detonator.

It will be an eye-opening trial for sure and while the prosecution seems well prepared and adamant about their objectives, this is afterall Britain and Europe and anything can happen. If ever there was a time to make an example of these islamic jihadists, this is it. The world of islam needs to see the consequences of plotting attacks. The Brits have this one chance to send a resounding shot across the bow of jihad. Let’s all hope and pray this conspirators, these slime are found guilty and in some quirck of Western justice, they are made an example of by the Brits.

I encourage you to read the entire article here at the DailyMail. It truly is shocking and fascinating.

British Muslims ‘planned to kill thousands by bombing SEVEN transatlantic airliners in one go’

Had it been successful, the death toll would have far eclipsed the 52 killed on July 7, 2005, when four suicide bombers detonated their rucksacks on the London transport system.
And if the conspirators chose to blow themselves up over land, the number of casualties in the air and on the ground could have exceeded the Twin Towers attacks in which nearly 3,000 died.

Yesterday eight men went on trial at Woolwich Crown Court in South-East London accused of conspiracy to murder and conspiracy to commit an act of violence likely to endanger the safety of an aircraft.
Peter Wright QC, prosecuting, said: ‘What these men intended was a violent and deadly statement of intent which would have a truly global impact.
‘These men were actively engaged in a deadly plan designed to bring about what would have been, had they been successful, a civilian death toll from an act of terrorism on an almost unprecedented scale.
‘If each of these aircraft was successfully blown up the potential for loss of life was indeed considerable.
‘And there would be little if any chance of saving any of them from their impending disaster.
‘For when the mid-flight explosions began the authorities would be unable to prevent the other flights from meeting a similar fate as they would already be in mid air and carrying their deadly cargo.’
He described the defendants as having the ‘cold-eyed certainty of the fanatic’.
The alleged plot was foiled on August 9, 2006 when two of the key gang members – Abdulla Ahmed Ali and Assad Sarwar – were arrested by police in a town hall car park in Walthamstow, East London following several months of surveillance.

this post came from Holger Awakens

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Arabs see through Pali bull

Posted by avideditor on April 3, 2008

Another great post by the Elder of Ziyon

Arabs see through Pali bull: “Qatar hosted a formal debate on the motion, ‘This House believes that Palestinians risk becoming their own worst enemy’.

It wasn’t even close.

DOHA • A crushing majority of the participants at Qatar Foundation’s Doha Debates yesterday expressed the view that the destructive feud between Palestine’s Hamas and Fatah factions has cast a doubt on the Palestinians’ ability to create a unified sovereign state in the West Bank and Gaza.

The motion ‘This House believes that Palestinians risk becoming their own worst enemy’ was carried with a resounding 70.9 per cent votes against 29.1 per cent votes.

Among the panelists, Dr Munther Dajani, Dean of the Faculty of Arts at Al Quds University in Jerusalem and Akram Baker, political analyst and co-founder of the Arab Western Summit of Skills (AWS), supported the motion.

‘Israeli occupation in Palestine is a fact. The Palestinian movement lost its focus. The enemy is really occupying the land. If we cannot help ourselves no one else can help us. What Palestinians need is a genuine government. The Palestinian Authority should be dissolved today, not tomorrow’, Baker said.

Supporting the motion, Dr Dajani said Palestinians must show the guts to grab real freedom from ‘the mouth of the lion’. ‘The leadership is steeped in corruption and nepotism. We failed to build roads, hospitals and other basic infrastructure. We ourselves are our worst enemies‘ Dr Dajani said.

Those who were holding the war responsible for Palestine’s poor development must remember that there was no war in the mid ’90s. We failed because the leadership was not able to put up institutions and infrastructure. There was no transparency and accountability. Now we are at the end of the tunnel‘, he said.

Why can Qataris see obvious truths that Western liberals are blind to?

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431 Reasons Israel Distruts Hamas

Posted by avideditor on April 3, 2008

Hamas Charter (article 28) states clearly that “Israel, by virtue of its being Jewish and of having a Jewish population, defies Islam and the Muslims”. These words are backed by hundreds of terror attacks. Here is an interactive time line of 431 attacks and their victims from 2000 until now. Click read more to go to the article and see all 431 of them.

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A look inside Al Qaeda

Posted by avideditor on April 3, 2008

If Al Qaeda strikes the West in the coming months, it’s likely the mastermind will be a stocky Egyptian explosives expert with two missing fingers. It is a surprisingly good article from The LA Times. When I found this on digg. The Wakos just started commenting saying Al Qaeda is really just the CIA. It is really scary how some people will go down any chain of reasoning to stick there head in the sand and avoid the truth.

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Bipartisan US House resolution 185 would declare Jewish, Palestinian 1948 refugees equal

Posted by avideditor on April 3, 2008

Wow this is great news. This is restoring my faith the competency of the United States Government.

Bipartisan US House resolution 185 would declare Jewish, Palestinian 1948 refugees equal: “

It was introduced Tuesday by Reps. Jerrold Nadler (D-NY), Ileana Ros-Lehtinen (R-FL), Joseph Crowley (D-NY) and Mike Ferguson (R-NJ).

From 1948, 850,000 Jews were attacked, dispossessed and expelled from 10 Arab lands, where some Jewish communities had existed for 2,500 years. The number of Jewish refugees exceeds Arab refugees from Israel by more than 100,000 (United Nations Conciliation Commission, October 23, 1950).

All prior UN resolutions referred only to Arab refugees. The new nonbinding resolution affirms for the first time that the U.S. government must now recognize that all victims of the Arab-Israeli conflict must be treated equally. It further urges that, as a member of the Middle East Quartet, the President and U.S. officials ensure that any reference to Palestinian refugees must henceforth “also include a similarly explicit reference to the issue of Jewish refugees from Arab countries.”

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Condi Show Some Morality–BOYCOTT DURBAN II

Posted by avideditor on April 3, 2008

Condi Show Some Morality–BOYCOTT DURBAN II: “Remember when the US had a foundation of morality supporting our foreign policy? When we rewarded those who fought terrorism and punished those who supported that bigotry? Those days are gone.

The 2001 World Conference Against Racism conference in Durban, South African also known as Durban I, was an anti-Semitic hate-fest (UN World Conference Against Racism Ramps up for More Jew Hatred).

The follow-up conference (next year) is being planned by a committee which includes ‘human rights activists’ such as Libya and Iran and is shaping up to be worse than the last one. Already congress has voted to de-fund the United Nations by the amount it costs to run the hate-fest. Canada and France said that they would NOT participate and the Leader of the Free World the United States…..the United States…

On Jan. 23, the Canadian foreign minister made the clear statement of principle that ‘Canada will not participate in the 2009 conference.’ A week later, 27 senators sent a letter to Rice asking her to do the same. Having had no response, on Feb. 13 during a Senate hearing, Sen. Norm Coleman asked Rice point-blank, would she make the same statement and refuse to ‘provide credibility to this process by participating?’ Rice answered: ‘No, we’ve not made that statement. … We have not tried to make a final decision on this.’

No decision? Why not. You know, and I know what the conference is going to be all about. Hell, my DOG is smart enough to know that it is going to be another opportunity for a world convention promoting anti-Semitism. Colin Powell walked out of the last one. JUST WHAT THE HELL IS RICE WAITING FOR? Maybe its just another way for her to help her Saudi controllers.

Elie Wiesel, law professor Alan Dershowitz and former CIA Director James Woolsey among others are urging Condoleezza Rice to skip the conference. Thy have signed a ad which will appear in newspapers tomorrow:

Wiesel, Dershowitz urge U.S. to skip UN anti-racism conference

Nobel laureate Elie Wiesel, law professor Alan Dershowitz and former CIA Director James Woolsey are urging the United States to skip next year’s United Nations anti-racism conference in a full-page advertisement appearing Thursday in four newspapers.

The ad, a copy of which was obtained Wednesday by The Associated Press, was signed by 25 people, including religious, academic and legal figures. They label the conference anti-Semitic, and urge Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice to announce that the United States will not participate.

The ad is scheduled to run in the New York Sun and The Washington Times, as well as the Washington political newspaper Politico and Roll Call, a newspaper designed for the use of members of Congress and others who work there.

The conference, known as Durban II for the South African city that will host it, follows the 2001 World Conference Against Racism. At that meeting, criticism of Israel prompted the U.S. and Israeli delegations to walk out.

A few months later, Israel’s then-deputy foreign minister, Michael Melchior, said the conference hosted the most racist speeches and proposals to be heard in an international forum since World War II. He added that the conference became the mouthpiece for a new and venal form of anti-Semitism.

The ad says that next year’s conference ‘seeks not to combat racism, but to promote and fuel hatred toward IsraelAmerica. … There is an immediate way to act against growing anti-Semitism around the world – say no to Durban II. Declare that the United States will not participate in a dialogue that promotes prejudice.’ and

Canada has already announced that it is boycotting the conference.

‘We’ll attend any conference that is opposed to racism and intolerance, not those that actually promote racism and intolerance,’ said Canada’s secretary of state for multiculturalism and Canadian identity, Jason Kenney.

At the United Nations, spokesman Brenden Varma said racism is too important an issue for member states not to work out their differences. He added that the conference will provide an opportunity to help stamp out racism.

The Bush administration already has taken a symbolic position opposing the conference. In December, the United States cast the only no vote when the General Assembly passed a two-year UN budget because of objections to funding for the conference that it considers anti-Israel.

The U.S. State Department has said, however, that a decision whether to attend or boycott will be made closer to the time of the conference.

At a Senate Foreign Relations Committee in February, Sen. Norm Coleman, a Republican and frequent critic of the United Nations, asked Rice if the United States would say publicly that it would not participate.

‘We have not made that statement, but let me assure you, Senator, we have no intention of participating in something like Durban I,’ Rice responded.

On Wednesday, State Department spokesman Edgar Vasquez said that ‘although no decision has been made, Based on past experience, we think it’s very unlikely that the U.S. will be willing to participate.’

Last month, the Senate passed a Coleman amendment to block the use of any U.S. money to finance the conference.

After such a brazen display of racism, one would think that the leadership at the UN would have distanced itself from such a sham, he said, referring to the first conference. Instead, the U.N has set the stage for a reprise of the same old song and dance.

Anne Bayefsky, who runs a UN watchdog Web site EYEontheUN.org, helped organize the ad effort and was among its signatories. Bayefsky said that she had initially expected the United States to skip the conference, but is not certain anymore.

Secretary Rice was asked point-blank by Senator Coleman for an answer, and she didn’t give it, she said.

Bayefsky said the ad was paid for by Lawrence Kadish, a board member at the Hudson Institute, a think tank. The Hudson Institute Web site identifies him as a commercial, retail and industrial real estate investor and philanthropist. Bayefsky said she did not know how much the ad buy cost.

Other signatories on the ad include former New York City Mayor Ed Koch, former U.S. Education Secretary William Bennett, political commentator Dick Morris and lawyer Floyd Abrams, who specializes in free speech cases.

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Arabs Trying to Ban Press at UN Security Council Meetings

Posted by avideditor on April 3, 2008

Arabs Trying to Ban Press at UN Security Council Meetings: “Apparently the Arab Block is tired of looking stupid at UN Security Council meetings so they want them held behind closed doors. Of course the Security Council is the only body of the UN with any teeth and the Arab States want to do their one-sided BASHING of Israel behind closed doors. Well it would certainly make them feel more at home since that is how their OWN governments work:

Sensing affront, Arabs seek to close Security Council doors

BY Shlomo Shamir

NEW YORK – Arab diplomats in the United Nations are leading an initiative to get the UN Security Council to halt its practice of holding open sessions. Instead, all sessions would be held behind closed doors.

A key Arab diplomat in the United Nations met a few days ago with the ambassador of one of the five permanent members of the Security Council to discuss the suggestion, which would keep sessions closed to the media as well as the general public.

Reliable UN sources said the ambassador, considered one of the most influential in New York, promised the Arab leader to consider the move and bring it up for discussion with the other members of the Security Council.

The Arab proposal was described on Tuesday as unusual and far-reaching. The Security Council is the only body in the UN whose decisions have practical significance and which has enforcement authority, including the right to use force.

The initiative to have closed sessions, which is being pursued through covert channels for the meantime, is an expression of the frustration and affront that Arab and Muslim envoys to the UN feel.

The Arabs have recently been embarrassed during recent Security Council meetings concerning the Middle East in the wake of the condemnation of extremist comments by representatives of Arab countries who participated in open Security Council meetings.

A veteran Western diplomat said on Tuesday that the Arabs in the UN want to prevent media reports on the meetings, which have recently become a source of criticism and scorn against extremist Arab positions.

In last week’s Security Council meeting on the Mideast, Israeli ambassador to the UN Dan Gillerman said the ‘assassins of Damascus and the butchers of Sudan’ had no right to be preaching at Israel.

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Will Europe Resist Islamization?

Posted by avideditor on April 3, 2008

Pipes new piece gives me hope

Will Europe Resist Islamization?: “[JP title: ‘A movie and a conversion: Europe begins to resist?’] Some analysts of Islam in Western Europe argue that the continent cannot escape its Eurabian fate; that the trend lines of the past half-century will continue until Muslims become a majority population and Islamic law (the Shari‘a) reigns. I disagree, arguing that there is another route the continent might take, one of resistance to Islamification and a reassertion of traditional ways. Indigenous Europeans –– who make up 95 percent of the population – can insist on their historic customs and mores. Were they to do so, nothing would be in their way and no one could stop them.

Indeed, Europeans are visibly showing signs of impatience with creeping Shari‘a. The legislation in France that prohibits hijabs from public school classrooms signals the reluctance to accept Islamic ways, as are related efforts to ban burqas, mosques, and minarets. Throughout Western Europe, anti-immigrant parties are generally increasing in popularity.

That resistance took a new turn last week, with two dramatic events. First, on March 22, Pope Benedict XVI himself baptized, confirmed, and gave the Eucharist to Magdi Allam, 56, a prominent Egyptian-born Muslim long living in Italy, where he is a top editor at the Corriere della Sera newspaper and a well-known author. Allam took the middle name Cristiano. The ceremony converting him to the Catholic religion could not have been higher profile, occurring at a nighttime service at St. Peter’s Basilica on the eve of Easter Sunday, with exhaustive coverage from the Vatican and many other television stations.

Allam followed up his conversion with a stinging statement in which he argued that beyond “the phenomenon of Islamic extremism and terrorism that has appeared on a global level, the root of evil is inherent in an Islam that is physiologically violent and historically conflictive.” In other words, the problem is not just Islamism but Islam itself. One commentator, “Spengler” of Asia Times, goes so far as to say that Allam “presents an existential threat to Muslim life” because he “agrees with his former co-religionists in repudiating the degraded culture of the modern West, and offers them something quite different: a religion founded upon love.”

Second, on March 27, Geert Wilders, 44, released his long-awaited, 15-minute film, Fitna, which consists of some of the most bellicose verses of the Koran, followed by actions in accord with those verses carried out by Islamists in recent years. The obvious implication is that Islamists are simply acting in accord with their scriptures. In Allam’s words, Wilders also argues that “the root of evil is inherent” in Islam.

Unlike Allam and Wilders, I do distinguish between Islam and Islamism, but I believe it imperative that their ideas get a fair hearing, without vituperation or punishment. An honest debate over Islam must take place.

If Allam’s conversion was a surprise and Wilders’ film had a three-month run-up, in both cases, the aggressive, violent reactions that met prior criticisms of Islam did not take place. According to the Los Angeles Times, the Dutch police contacted imams to gauge reactions at the city’s mosques and found, according to police spokesman Arnold Aben, “it’s quieter than usual here today. Sort of like a holiday.” In Pakistan, a rally against the film attracted only some dozens of protestors.

This relatively constrained reaction points to the fact that Muslim threats sufficed to enforce censorship. Dutch Prime Minister Jan Peter Balkenende denounced Fitna and, after 3.6 million visitors had viewed it on the British website LiveLeak.com, the company announced that “Following threats to our staff of a very serious nature, … Liveleak has been left with no other choice but to remove Fitna from our servers.” (Two days later, however, LiveLeak again posted the film.)

Three similarities bear noting: both Allam (author of a book titled Viva Israele) and Wilders (whose film emphasizes Muslim violence against Jews) stand up for Israel and the Jews; Muslim threats against their lives have forced both for years to live under state-provided round-the-clock police protection; and, more profoundly, the two share a passion for European civilization.

Indeed, Allam and Wilders may represent the vanguard of a Christian/liberal reassertion of European values. It is too soon to predict, but these staunch individuals could provide a crucial boost for those intent on maintaining the continent’s historic identity.

Mr. Pipes, director of the Middle East Forum, is the Taube/Diller Distinguished Visiting Fellow at the Hoover Institution of Stanford University during the spring semester.

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You cant occupy your own home

Posted by avideditor on April 3, 2008

I think this writing is one of the clearest on the rights of Jews to live in all of Israel.

My Letter is in the Jerusalem Post: “A bit edited from the original but its finally in:-

You cant occupy your own home

Sir, – I suspect that Amnon Rubinstein has allowed personal political ideology to overcome principles of jurisprudence and rational thought. In writing ‘Settling Jews outside of Israel proper is… illegal in international law and defective morally,’ while basing himself on the Fourth Geneva Convention,”claiming that document “prohibits such settlements,” he is misrepresenting facts (“The folly at Givat Ze’ev,” March 25).

Firstly, that convention, like any contractual obligation, applies to those who are signatories, defined as the “High Contracting Parties.” As there was no “Palestine” when the convention was produced, Israel cannot be considered as occupying its territories.

Secondly, David Ben-Gurion, in a Knesset statement on December 3, 1949, declared that the UN resolution of November 29, 1947 – the Partition Plan – no longer had any moral force and was null and void.

Taken together with the reality that the official representative bodies of the Arab community of the British Mandate refused to acknowledge the plan, the area administered currently by Israel since 1967 – what Rubinstein refers to as “occupied” – is, in essence, still part of what the League of Nations Supreme Council defined on July 24, 1922 as the area to be reconstituted as the national home of the Jewish people.

A state institution representing the Jewish people – Israel – cannot be an “occupier” in its own country.

Moreover, Jews moving to places such as Givat Ze’ev and Shiloh are fulfilling the principle established in the League of Nations decision which guaranteed them the “right to immigration to and close settlement on the land” (paragraph 6). Therefore, even if Israel is not actively encouraging such acts, individual Jews surely maintain those rights up to this day.

Thirdly, since Jews lived in, owned and tilled property in those “territories” for hundreds of years prior to the wars of aggression in which Arabs, local and foreign, sought to eliminate the State of Israel in 1947-49 and 1967, they are only returning home.

Certainly Jews must protect the civil liberties of the non-Jewish population (note: the term “Arab” appears nowhere in the text of the Mandate decision because the international community and its law did not recognize any specific Arab ethnic or national right to the area of the Mandate). But that does not affect Jewish rights as stated above.


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