Avid Editor's Insights

Archive for September, 2010

Stuxnet; Almost Worth the Wait

Posted by Glezele Vayne on September 29, 2010


An alarmed Iran asks for outside help to stop rampaging Stuxnet malworm

From AZ Rainman's Photostream


Cross-posted at Avid Editor’s Insights

Link to AZ Rainman’s Photostream

Posted in Iran | Tagged: , , | Leave a Comment »

Secret is Out: Pro-PA Billionaire George Soros Funds J Street

Posted by Glezele Vayne on September 26, 2010


I would have titled this article, “It’s Official: Pro-PA Billionaire George Soros Funds J Street” had anyone asked me. They didn’t. If this was a secret, it was one of the worst kept secrets in known history.. …. Ellie Katz.

By Tzvi Ben Gedalyahu

Pro-Palestinian Authority billionaire George Soros, who once said Israeli and American policies fuel anti-Semitism, helps fund the J Street lobby that is sympathetic to Hamas, The Washington Times revealed Saturday. Soros never was a supporter of  Zionist activities, and a biography of him states that Judaism “did not express itself in a sense of tribal loyalty that would have led him to support Israel.”

He has long been rumored to be behind the left-wing political lobby, but J Street previously denied that he contributed money to the group until now.

“George Soros very publicly stated his decision not to be engaged in J Street when it was launched — precisely out of fear that his involvement would be used against the organization,” the J Street website stated before The Times questioned it about Soros. The site immediately was changed to read, “J Street has said it doesn’t receive money from George Soros, but now news reports indicate that he has in fact contributed.”

Times’ reporter Eli Lake said that the newspaper obtained tax forms revealing that Soros and his two children gave J Street nearly a quarter of a million dollars.

Soros originally helped found J Street as an alternative lobby to the American Israel Public Affairs Committee (AIPAC), whose pro-Israel polices angered him. He contributed heavily in an attempt to defeat President Bush when he ran for re-election in 2004, telling The New York Times that getting rid of Bush was  the “central focus of my life” and “a matter of life and death.”

To continue reading click here….

I have previously written 3 other posts on George Soros:

‘The Aktions of George Soros; Holocaust Survivor’ by Ellie Katz

A Visit from Mr. Michael Vachon, Director of Communications for Soros Fund Management by Ellie Katz

Why George Soros’ Ideas Won’t Bring Peace…and What Will by Ellie Katz


George Soros: An Illustrated Biography of the World’s Most Powerful Investor by Kaoru Kurotani

Masquerade: Dancing Around Death in Nazi Occupied Hungary by Tivadar Soros

From Glezele Vayne

Posted in America, Israel, J street | Tagged: , , , , , , , , | Leave a Comment »

Arab Women: Harassed and Hurt

Posted by Glezele Vayne on September 22, 2010


by Dr. Phyllis Chesler

Arab women are being subjugated by the hijab. Obediently wearing the Islamic Veil does not protect Muslim women from being raped and beaten within their own families, harassed on the streets, sold into sexual slavery.

In Palestine, more specifically, in Gaza, the territory that is currently most adored by western artists, “free” thinkers, and flotilla “activists,” any woman who refuse to wear hijab, the headscarf, faces new punishments.

In the fall of 2010, Asmaa al-Ghoul, a Palestinian journalist whom I interviewed here, and who has written about honor killings among Palestinians, was literally arrested for not wearing hijab and for wearing jeans; perhaps she was also arrested due to her work which exposed honor killings. In any event, Asmaa now writes that a friend who “refuses to wear the hijab has not been allowed to graduate from university.”

It is not clear whether Asmaa is writing about the Islamic University of Gaza, about al-Azhar University in Cairo or about both universities.

In any event, in the past, women in Gaza, and for that matter, in Egypt, wore modern and western dress. Arab feminists fought for and won the right to be naked-faced, to feel the sun on their cheeks. With the rise of Khomeini in Iran, the Taliban in Afghanistan and Pakistan, coupled with the increasing influence of both Khomeiniism and Saudi Wahhabism, worldwide, especially on Hamas in Gaza and Hezbollah in Lebanon, freedom for women ended.

Asmaa writes: “In Gaza, you will come across repressive rules, hurtful comments, stupid words and contemptuous looks, and scorn for the women not wearing hijab. In the small world of Gaza, we need someone to defend the rights of women who don’t wear hijab, or the jilbab, or the niqab. It’s a system that establishes the idea that women should be treated as bodies.”

Asmaa goes on to explain that, in Gaza, Christian Arabs are required to wear hijab as well as Muslim Arabs.

Although the head of Al-Azhar University recently snatched the niqab from a girl’s face and said that face-covering is not religiously required by Islam—Asmaa decries the fact that the university still demands that female students wear the hijab, headscarf, if they are to graduate. And, they must take their official photo wearing hijab, not bare-headed, even if they are bare-headed in their daily lives.

Click here to continue reading….

From Glezele Vayne

Posted in Hamas | Tagged: , , , , , , | Leave a Comment »

Journalist Reveals The PA’s ‘Palestine Plot’

Posted by Glezele Vayne on September 21, 2010


by David Lev

“There’s a method to PA chief Mahmoud Abbas’ ongoing refusal to negotiate seriously with Israel”, journalist Uri Elitzur told Israelnationalnews in an interview – “and unfortunately, his plan has a relatively good plan of succeeding”.

Elitzur laid out the plot in the weekend edition of Hebrew newspaper Mekor Rishon, of which he is one of the editors, last Friday. “The PA’s insistence that it will walk out of the talks if Israel ends the building freeze in Judea and Samaria” he says, “is a political gambit for something Abbas and company are far more interested in: An Israeli agreement on the borders of a Palestinian state before resolving other sensitive issues, such as security, Jerusalem, and PA demands that descendants of Arabs who abandoned Israel in 1948 be allowed to return to their former homes”.

“The strategy is apparent to anyone who bothers to look”, Elitzur says. “Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu knows that the talks are a game, Abbas knows the talks are a game, and both are playing well.” The game, in this case, is to pass the blame for failure of the talks to the other party. U.S. President Barack Obama knows it’s a game, too, Elitzur says – and he also knows how far he can push Israel. “Obama knows that an American president is not a Caesar who can do whatever he wants, and there is a limit to the pressure the White House can impose on Israel.” Given that both Israel and the PA have so many red lines that they dare not cross, the talks were doomed to fail, even before they started, Elitzur says.

So why bother? “Behind this endless game lies an important consideration: What happens the day after the talks fail? What is the alternative plan?” Unlike Israel, Elitzur says, the PA has such a plan: To back Israel into a corner and get Netanyahu to agree to a “shelf agreement” – meaning that most of the impassable issues would be put “on the shelf” for the time being, while the one issue that the PA really wants to see resolved – the borders of the Palestinian state – are decided right now. Tsipi Livni actually agreed to this when she was Prime Minister, Elitzur says.

If the borders between Israel and Palestine are delineated, Elitzur says, the PA can declare an official Palestinian state – one that has a reasonable chance of being accepted by the rest of the world. Contrary to popular thinking, the PA would not be able to get away with declaring a state unilaterally – not after they signed agreement after agreement that specifies negotiations as the only legitimate path to a PA state.

Click here to continue reading….

From Glezele Vayne

Posted in America, Fatah, Israel, jihad | Tagged: , , , , | Leave a Comment »

Arabs Harass Female ‘Peace’ Activists; Left Silences Victims

Posted by Glezele Vayne on September 21, 2010


Note: Well this clears up a mystery to me. When examining photos of western women surrounded by Arab villagers, I always wondered how those Arab men would deal with the “liberated” female activists among them. — Ellie Katz

Two activists have exposed a disturbing phenomenon that they say is an open secret within the “peace camp”: female “peace” activists are routinely harassed and raped by the Arabs of Judea and Samaria with whom they have come to identify. They say the phenomenon has gotten worse lately and that many foreign women end up as wives of local Arabs against their will, but cannot escape their new homes.

Roni Aloni Sedovnik, a feminist activist, penned an article in News1 – an independent website run by respected investigative reporter Yoav Yitzchak – under the heading “The Left’s Betrayal of Female Peace Activists Who were Sexually Assaulted.”

“A nauseous atrocity has been going on for a long time behind the scenes at the leftists’ demonstration at Bil’in, Naalin and Sheikh Jarrah [Shimon HaTzaddik],” she writes. “A dark secret that threatens to smash the basic ideological values upon which the demand to end the occupation of the Territories rests.”

It turns out, she explains, that when female peace activists from Israel and abroad come out to Judea and Samaria and demonstrate against the Israeli “occupation,” they are assaulted sexually by the Arab men whom they have come to help. These are not isolated incidents, Aloni-Sedovnik stresses. Rather, this is an “ongoing and widespread” phenomenon that includes verbal and physical abuse. She accuses the ‘peace’ camp of purposely covering up the trend so as not to offend “the Palestinians and their heritage, which sees women as sexual objects.”

Media cover-up

Aloni-Sedovnik cites two specific cases which she has knowledge of – one is a case of rape and another is “severe sexual harassment.” The attackers in both cases, she stresses, were familiar with the victims and knew that they were “peace activists.”

The rape occurred several months ago in the village of Umm Salmona, near Bethlehem. The victim, an American activist, wanted to press charges but leftist activists put pressure on her not to do so, so as not to damage the struggle against the ‘occupation.’

The second case involved an Israeli activist who took part in the demonstrations at Shimon HaTzaddik neighborhood in eastern Jerusalem, where the High Court ruled that Jewish families may move into homes that they have owned for generations. This woman filed a complaint with the police but retracted it after “severe and unfair pressure” from the demonstrations’ organizers, according to Aloni-Sedovnik. Furthermore, the organizers appealed to demonstrators to dress modestly when they come to the Arab neighborhoods and suggested that they wear head scarves.

Aloni-Sedovnik accuses the Israeli media of complicity in the cover-up.

“How is it that we do not hear the voice of the radical feminists who repeat, day and night, that occupation is occupation, and it does not matter if it is a nation that is doing the subjugation, or a man who is subjugating a woman.

“It appears that there is a gap between the radical-leftist feminist theory about the active resistance to the occupation of the Territories, and the stuttering self-annulment in the face of the violent conquest of women.”

The Umm Salmona case was reported in Haaretz as an attempted rape but does not seem to have made it beyond the blog pages.

Click here to continue reading….

Cross-posted at Avid Editor’s Insights

Posted in Israel | Tagged: , , , , | Leave a Comment »

The NYTimes reporter who wrote in favor of the terrorist mosque was trained by Rauf

Posted by avideditor on September 20, 2010


A reporter who helped write the first and positiveNew York Timesstory on the Ground Zero Mosque was trained by the group run by mosque leader Feisal Abdul Rauf, according to that group’s website. Read the rest here

Posted in Uncategorized | Tagged: , , , , | Leave a Comment »

President Obama trip to church was to hear from a Jihadi Israel hating Muslim

Posted by avideditor on September 20, 2010

On September 22 Obama went to Church for his 3rd time this year to hear Ziad Asali. Who is a Israel hating Jihadi. http://www.stjohns-dc.org/article.php?id=41_ Don’t believe me look at the “church” he went to website. Look at the white wash that wikipedia give the Jihadi Obama went to see http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ziad_Asali Don’t be fooled look at this insane jihadis book . While Obama skip golf to hear this Jihadis second appearance at this “Church” ? I guess we will see.

Posted in Uncategorized | Tagged: , , , , , | 2 Comments »

tribal update Yom Kippur edition

Posted by avideditor on September 17, 2010

Posted in Uncategorized | Tagged: , , | Leave a Comment »

Jihadis lie to the Israeli public in English while Threatening death in Arabic with American Tax money

Posted by avideditor on September 15, 2010

From here


Israel’s Partners for Peace: What They Say in English vs. What They Say in Arabic

by Khaled Abu Toameh
September 13, 2010 at 5:00 am

A number of senior Palestinian officials who do not have much credibility among their own people are now trying to sell themselves to Israelis as “partners for peace.”

This is the same group of Palestinians who in the past advised Yasser Arafat to reject then-Prime Minister Ehud Barak’s offer during the botched Camp David summit in 2000. They were among Arafat’s inner circle when he walked out of the Camp David summit and initiated the “Second Intifada.”

These are also the same officials who, back then, justified the eruption of the intifada as a “natural response” to Israel’s refusal to comply with 100% of the Palestinians’ demands.

Saeb Erekat, Jibril Rajoub and Yasser Abed Rabbo are now trying to persuade the Israeli public that Israel does have partners for peace on the Palestinian side. And who are the new-old partners? Erekat, Rajoub and Abed Rabbo, of course.

With the help of US taxpayers’ dollars, the three, together with other Palestinian officials, are sending their “peace” messages to the Israelis in English. The campaign, according to Palestinians, is being funded by the US Agency for International Development [USAID].

The campaign targets only the Israeli public. No similar messages are being sent to the Palestinians despite promises that they would.

It would have been more effective had the campaign, which some say costs about $250,000, been directed also toward the Palestinian public.

What is wrong with funding a campaign directed toward the Palestinians with a message that talks about peace, coexistence, compromise and cooperation with Israel?: Isn’t there also a need to address the Palestinians about the need for peace and compromise?

Ironically, the same officials who are offering themselves to Israelis as “peace partners,” are, at the same time, telling Palestinians — in Arabic — that Israel does not want peace. The tone in the Palestinian media remains as anti-Israel as ever.

Read the rest of this entry »

Posted in Uncategorized | 1 Comment »

Another lie:The mythical Arab village of “Tel ar-Rabi”

Posted by avideditor on September 15, 2010

Elder of Ziyon

Ma’an News has an article about the violent fantasy video of Palestinian Arabs ethnically cleansing Tel Aviv of Jews. It includes this curious part:

Gaza native Muhammad Al-Amrity says he and his friend Ayman Hijazi made the film. It was inspired by a dream he had of his family that originates in Tel Ar-Rabi, which became Tel Aviv. “I tried to go back to my city in the dream.”

Was there ever an Arab village named “Tel ar-Rabi” that the Jews Judaized with the imperialist name of Tel Aviv?

Here is a map of the area of Jaffa from a guidebook published in 1906 by Karl Baedeker three years before Tel Aviv was founded. (The original edition of the guidebook was published in the late 1800s, but I do not know in which edition this map was first published. The identical map can be found in the 1912 edition.)To the southwest of Jaffa, where Tel Aviv is now, the map shows a large section of sand dunes by the coast, with a section called simply “vineyards” a bit inland. And, in fact, Jews purchased that land from the al-Jabali family – the area was known as “Karm al-Jabali,” which literally means the al-Jabali vineyards (in Hebrew, Kerem Jabali) in 1905.

Needless to say, there is no mention of “Tel ar-Rabi” in this map nor in the fairly exhaustive Baedeker guidebook itself. Neither is it mentioned in an entire book written by rabid anti-Zionist Mark LeVine who tries, unsuccessfully, to prove that Tel Aviv was built on top of Arab-owned land.

The entire idea of an Arab town or village that was obliterated by Tel Aviv fits in nicely with the Arab narrative of violent Jewish colonialism, but it is simply another lie that gets promulgated in the Arab media and, from there, excites the imaginations of the anti-Israel crowd in the West.

And notice the very name of the fictional village is chosen to make it sound like Jews humiliated Arabs by naming their town Tel Aviv, a name that in fact came from the original Hebrew translation of Herzl’s Altneuland, taken from Ezekiel 3:15.
HT http://docstalk.blogspot.com/

Posted in Uncategorized | Tagged: , , , | 1 Comment »

The Palis has publicly labeled Jewish worship at the Western Wall* to be “sin and filth”

Posted by avideditor on September 15, 2010

The Palestinian (peace partners)Authority has publicly labeled Jewish worship at the Western Wall* to be “sin and filth” in a television program broadcast in Arabic on Rosh HaShanah, the Jewish New Year.

read more about it http://barenakedislam.wordpress.com/2010/09/15/jews-praying-at-the-western-wall-is-sin-and-filth/

Posted in Uncategorized | Tagged: , , , , | Leave a Comment »

Nancy Pelosi, Wicked Witch of the West

Posted by avideditor on September 13, 2010

] HT skept
It is a funny ad. But I doubt she will lose with her corruption and money. I wish dhimmis like her would just move to Fraudi Arabia instead of trying to turn america in to a bankrupt version of it.

Posted in Uncategorized | Tagged: , , , , | 1 Comment »

Eight Year Old Jewish Boy a Threat to World Peace

Posted by Glezele Vayne on September 12, 2010


That’s what Barack Obama would have us believe, and apparently Bibi Netanyahu as well, if we’re to judge him by the fact that he is agreeing to restrict (er, not really freeze, it’s more like a slushy) Jewish building in the Jewish heartland and Jewish capital.

Arabs Wound Boy in Shimon HaTzaddik

by Gil Ronen

Nonstop rock-throwing attacks by Arabs against Jews in the eastern Jerusalem neighborhood of Shimon HaTzaddik led to the wounding of an eight-year-old Jewish boy Sunday afternoon. The child was treated on the spot by Magen David Adom emergency services and a complaint was filed with police.

Click HERE to continue reading, and see the shocking photo of an innocent little boy being stoned just for being Jewish and living in the Jerusalem neighborhood of Shimon HaTzadik….

From Glezele Vayne

Posted in Israel | Tagged: , , | Leave a Comment »

Geert Wilder’s Speech at 9-11

Posted by avideditor on September 11, 2010


Posted in Uncategorized | Tagged: , , , , , , , | 1 Comment »

10 reason why Islam is not for me

Posted by avideditor on September 11, 2010

If you like hevey metal you might like this

HT Everybody Burn the Quran Dance Noah Ben Simon

Posted in Uncategorized | Tagged: , , , | Leave a Comment »

International Delete the Koran day

Posted by avideditor on September 11, 2010

Thanks to Florida Jay Hawk and others that promoted this 🙂

Update: See videos of Mo Cartoons the koran being shoot and burned

IMHO There is no moderate Islam. But there are moderate muslims. The koran promotes killing non believers where ever they find them and enslaving women. It is a modern day Mien Kampf. I typically am against book burning. But if you want to burn Mien Kump or Korans I am behind it. Anyways that is my 2 cents https://avideditor.wordpress.com/2008/03/16/islam-is-not-a-religion-nor-is-it-a-cult-it-is-a-complete-system/ I think it is important to burn korans to signify that we are not down for killing non believers or making women slaves. But if you are against buying that horrible book just download the PDF here. (right click on the link) and then delete it.

HT windbag

I finally heard an argument that makes sense about not burning the koran here http://www.blogtalkradio.com/the-gathering-storm I agree that people should know the horrible things in that book. Just read it publicly and cross out the verses promoting violence and slavery 😉 You still deface it making the right people upset.

Posted in Islam | Tagged: , , , , , , , | 3 Comments »

We Are Infidels, but Stupid Ones

Posted by Glezele Vayne on September 7, 2010


Ellie Katz’s note: We aren’t allowed to denigrate ourselves by saying we are stupid. That is lashon hara. However, we must do teshuvah as a nation and fight our enemies as HKB”H has commanded us.

by Paula Stern

There is an anger, so deep and vast, that it can choke you. It comes and goes without much warning, much like the terror attacks that cause its rebirth. It is a feeling of confusion, of wonder. How, you want to cry out. How can you be so stupid? How can you be so blind? How could you think this was anything but inevitable? Why? Why didn’t you think? Why didn’t you do something to stop it? 
You can’t say you didn’t know. It’s happened so often, each time, really. The inevitable outcome of all attempted “peace” negotiations is death. Harsh though that sounds, that is reality. If you offer a hand to the Palestinians, there will be much conversation and discussion among the Arabs. Stupidly, the world, the western world, the United States, the State Department, even our out stupid, stupid leaders, will think the Arabs are discussing our latest offerings and the talks that will take place.
The politicians will dream of peace and international fame for themselves. They will imagine the spotlights shining as the world deems them the ultimate peacemakers. They will dream of Nobel Prizes and going down in the history books. It’s true. So stupid. So naïve.
Yes, the Arabs are discussing something, but the world is too blind, too ignorant to understand or accept that what the Arabs ARE discussing, what they are planning – is how to cut off that hand that the world demands we reach out.
That hand offered in peace is an abomination to their culture. It is the hand of an infidel, they will whisper among themselves. Easily ignored, even laughed at. How stupid these infidels are, let us offer them the peace of Mohammed, the Arabs snicker among themselves. We can agree to anything. There is no dishonor in betraying a hand offered to an infidel, an agreement made with these non-Muslim leaders.
The greater the lie, the more impressive, the more powerful the deception, they believe, the more manly is the Arab leader that pulled off the ruse. That conned the infidel into making the deal. How much sweeter the deal, how much weaker the opponent, when you can get them to offer something for nothing but words. Stupid infidels.
There is an anger that burns inside me that so many of my own people refuse to understand this; that many say we settlers are the cause. The Arabs have murdered a pregnant woman. Shot her as she drove with her husband, and then again in the head to crown their victory. The agony incapacitates; the pain overwhelms and so the world rationalizes. Wait, it’s bad, but wait, she lived where? She makes her home over there? Ah, six children she had…she must have been one of those. Religious. Right-wing. Settler. Labels meant to separate when the only really important label here is the one the Arabs have given us. She was murdered because she was an infidel, like you, like me. Like so many of us.
We settlers can ask a simple question, a most logical one – if it is the SETTLERS that stopped peace from happening, why was there no peace in 1966 before there were any settlers or settlements? Why did we not all bask in the sunshine of peace and humanity in 1949 when the Arabs had more land than they are supposedly willing to settle for now? The answer, of course, is so obvious. We are all settlers – each and every one of us Israelis. We settled Tel Aviv as much as we settled Har Bracha and Beit Haggai. This week, it was two parents from Beit Haggai; next week, it could as easily be parents from Netanya. Why can’t you understand that in this battle, we are all settlers, all infidels?

 To continue reading click here….

From Glezele Vayne

Posted in Israel | Tagged: , , , , , , , , , | Leave a Comment »

The Peace Process Creating Facts on the Ground

Posted by avideditor on September 3, 2010

HT http://muqata.blogspot.com/

Posted in Uncategorized | Tagged: , , , | 1 Comment »

%d bloggers like this: