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The Utter Disaster of Obama’s Middle East Foreign Policy Comic

Posted by avideditor on February 19, 2011

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‘Arab Muslim role in the Nazi Holocaust’ — International Holocaust Remembrance Day

Posted by avideditor on January 27, 2011

Not only are the Jihadis the nazis of this century, they helped the nazis of last century. Never Again

HT http://www.democracybroadcastingnews.com/2011/01/arab-muslim-role-in-nazi-holocaust.html

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Anti-Jewish Insanity in the Middle East Transcends All Previous Limits

Posted by avideditor on January 17, 2011

From Anti-Jewish Insanity in the Middle East Transcends All Previous Limits‏

After more than 30 years working professionally on Middle East history and politics, I can still be astonished by things that happen in the region. Yet, precisely as William Shakespeare wrote in his play about Cleopatra:

“Age cannot wither her, nor custom stale/Her infinite variety:”

Well, not exactly “infinite variety.” It’s just more of the same, to an infinite extreme. Who would have thought, say 20 year ago, that the Arabic-speaking world’s obsession with demonizing Jews might go even further than where it was at that time?For one thing, in the 1990s, history seemed to be moving toward moderation; for another thing, who could believe it could become even more intense.
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The 2% that drives the hypocrites crazy

Posted by avideditor on January 17, 2011

Seems Israel is the only free country in the region. That is one factor on why the jihadis hate it so much. Like commies the jihadis like tyranny over liberty.
From http://elderofziyon.blogspot.com/2011/01/2-that-drives-hypocrites-crazy.html
Freedom House put out their annual survey of how free every country in the world is.

Here’s the graphical representation of freedom in the Middle East and North Africa. Click to enlarge.
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In the Middle East and North Africa, only 2% of the population live in countries that are considered “free” while 88% live in countries considered “not free” and 10% in “partially free” countries.

In fact, out of the five regions that Freedom House used for their statistics, the Middle East/North Africa was by far the least free in the world. In sub-Saharan Africa, for example, only 37% live in “not free” countries.

And the 2% in the Middle East/North Africa who do live in freedom? All of them happen to live in Israel.

It puts the Middle East problem in perspective, doesn’t it?

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Pictures from the Gaza Stips new mall

Posted by avideditor on July 21, 2010

HT Scenes From the Gaza Mall : Israellycool

“Look at what the Israeli soldier did to me, mother. I am humiliated!”

Sure, it looks like plenty of food, but are there mangos? Oh, the inhumanity!

“I can’t wait to show off my new hairstyle…. or not.”

“Dear me, I can’t believe I am already shopping for Mahmoud’s bomb vest. They blow up so quickly these days.”

“Ok, who’s the smart arse who put up the Christmas decorations?”

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The humanitarian crisis of the Gaza Mall

Posted by avideditor on July 21, 2010

Don’t let the jihadi propaganda fool you.
] HT (MUST SEE VIDEO) The Humanitarian Crisis of the Gaza Mall: The Horror! – Jewish Internet Defense ForcePerviously posted The poor starving people of Gaza /sarc ( photo collage ) « Avid Editor’s Insights
The poor starving people of Gaza /sarc {photo} « Avid Editor’s Insights

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The Islamist OIC’s Pitiful Excoriation (read: persecution) of Armenia over the Nagorno-Karabagh Dispute — & Increased Worries Over a Renewal of War (by Philip Daniel of WesternCivHereToStay.Blogspot.Com)

Posted by westerncivisheretostay on February 24, 2010

The Islamist OIC’s Pitiful Excoriation (read: persecution) of Armenia over the Nagorno-Karabagh Dispute — & Increased Worries Over a Renewal of War In Nagorno-Karabakh

Below is the text of the thuggish OIC’s condemnation of Armenia over her “ongoing illegal occupation of Nagorno-Karabakh” and her “aggression against Azerbaijan” during the 1988-94 Nagorno-Karabagh War:

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Obama Kills another Jew in Israel Today. His policlies are clearly linked to the death

Posted by avideditor on December 25, 2009

No Responsibility: “

IDF officer: Israel recently removed road block from site of fatal attack

Last week, Israel removed a West Bank road block on the very road where 40-year-old Meir Hai was killed in a shooting attack Thursday afternoon, so said an Israel Defense Forces officer who preferred to remain nameless.

The roadblock, known as the barrels road block, the officer said, monitored the traffic around Nablus in the direction of Tul Karm. The perpetrators of Thursday’s attack, apparently fled through the point where this roadblock used to be, the officer explained.

I wrote about responsibility before (here).

We warned the IDF that terror would return if facilitated and that the US pressure to lessen our security for the sake of Arabs is wrong.

Oh, and as AP reported in the NYTimes:

An Israeli man was shot to death in the West Bank on Thursday. A little-known militant group identifying itself as a faction of the Fatah movement of the Palestinian president, Mahmoud Abbas, claimed responsibility for the attack, in an e-mail message to journalists. Israel Radio identified the victim as a 45-year-old resident of a nearby Israeli settlement. Christmas celebrations proceeded without incident in Bethlehem.

The full report it seems:

Gunmen kill Israeli in West Bank shooting attack
By TIA GOLDENBERG
The Associated Press
Thursday, December 24, 2009; 5:15 PM

JERUSALEM — Gunmen killed an Israeli man in a shooting attack in the West Bank on Thursday as local attention was focused on Christmas celebrations in nearby Bethlehem.

A Palestinian group took responsibility for the killing.

The man, a resident of a Jewish settlement nearby, was in his 40s and was a father of seven, said Col. Avi Gil, the Israeli military commander in the area. Gil said the military had lifted restrictions on Palestinian movement in the area and that the perpetrators of the attack took advantage of that.

Shooting attacks were once commonplace on routes around the West Bank but have now become rare. Thursday’s incident was one of only a handful to take place this year.

The Israeli military has kept many West Bank roads off-limits to Palestinian drivers in restrictions imposed after similar attacks against Israelis, but those restrictions have been gradually loosened and some checkpoints removed as violence in the West Bank has subsided.

A little-known Palestinian militant group identifying itself as a faction of President Mahmoud Abbas’ Fatah movement claimed responsibility for the attack in an e-mail sent to journalists.

The quiet in the West Bank in recent years has been due both to action by Israel’s military against armed Palestinian groups and to the increasing control of security forces loyal to Abbas’ Western-backed government.

The relative quiet allowed holiday celebrations to go ahead without incident Thursday in Bethlehem, where thousands of locals and visitors thronged the square outside Jesus’ traditional birthplace.

(Via .)

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Mark Levin Talks About Obama’s Speech to the muslim world: A great short audio lesson on the middle east.

Posted by avideditor on June 9, 2009

This is from the best radio show ever found here for a limited time under the show for June 4th. Here is the audio clip I would embed if I could. It is amazing. It is a short lecture on what really happened in the middle east. It is jihadi propaganda free IMHO. Enjoy it. Here is the shows notes from this date. 

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RASHID KHALIDI On Gaza and Obama’s Middle East Policy

Posted by avideditor on January 20, 2009

I think Obama will kill all the Jews: He will be worse then Hitler or Stalin but I guess time will tell. I am still in the US because moving out is taking longer then I expected. Obama hates White People Listen to him say it in his own words. I he will never be my president, I am leaving america because he was elected. I am still in shock that the majority of Americans voted for a jihadi.  Here is a great article on Obama’s foreign policy from Yid with A Lid. 

If you like this you might like this from Yid with A Lid “There Arose a New President over America, Who Knew Not Joseph”

President-Elect Obama’s Palestinian Buddy Rashid Khalidi sat down on the Radically Left radio show Democracy Now. You might remember Khalidi, it was a tape of his “Going Away Party” Featuring Barack Obama the LA Times refused to release during the campaign.
Khalidi has been described as the former PLO Spokesman. Calling him a spokesman is like saying Jabba the Hut has a slight weight and/or slimy skin problem.

As Reported by WND:

Khalidi director of the official PLO press agency WAFA in Beirut from 1976 to 1982, while the PLO was based in Lebanon and committing scores of anti-Western attacks and was labeled by the U.S. as a terror group. Even though Rashid Khalidi at times has denied working directly for the PLO but Palestinian diplomatic sources in Ramallah told WND he indeed worked on behalf of WAFA and was an adviser the Palestinian delegation to the Madrid Conference in 1991. During documented speeches and public events, Khalidi has called Israel an “apartheid system in creation” and a destructive “racist” state [see a video of one of Khalidi’s hate speeches at the end of this post

Khalidi is a SUPPORTER of Palestinian terror, calling homicide bombings response to “Israeli aggression.” He dedicated his 1986 book, “Under Siege,” to “those who gave their lives … in defense of the cause of Palestine and independence of Lebanon.” Critics have described the book as excusing Palestinian terrorism.

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Bomb Iran Now! Iran test fires new missile and the IAEA says they will have a Nuke soon

Posted by avideditor on November 11, 2008

Bomb Iran Now! Iran test fires new missile and the IAEA says they will have a Nuke soon. Bomb them before they can kill us. If Iran gets a nuke the US and Israel will not be safe. I think they will give a Nuke to Hezballah. Iran’s terrorist wing of its army. Hezballah can sneak it anywhere. The world is not safe with a nuclear Iran.

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PLO Acknowledges: Still at War with Israel

Posted by avideditor on November 5, 2008

Check out this great article by Daniel Pipes

summary: it’s hardly a suprise that the PLO, Hamas, Hezbollah, and other jihadist groups are at war with Israel, only that it is said in the English-speaking public for a change (it’s a constant in the Arabic press) – the charters of both the PLO/PA and Hamas are quite clear on the matter, yet virtually no one in Israel, the UN, EU, or even the US chooses to read their very words or to question them on their stance –   – just as Iran has been at war with the US since 1979, and the Islamists with the rest of the world for 1,400 years, the Arab hatred of Israel will never go away since it is part of their ‘faith’ – they would rather lie, as is usually the case, than make peace, see conspiracies always aimed at them rather than deal honorably as part of the civilized world – that the world is anti-Israel is quite clear and unlikely to change 

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Meir Kahane was right in this essay No to Guilt For Israel

Posted by avideditor on August 12, 2008

I don’t know enough about Meir Kahane to say he was right about everything else. But I do know this essay despite its age is spot on. I found this at Yid with a Lid. I would appreciate links to other well written essays like this with a similar point of view to be left as a comment. 

 

NO TO GUILT FOR ISRAEL

Rabbi Meir David Kahane

There is a specter haunting Israel and its American Jewish supporters. It is called guilt. Guilt over the “repression of Palestinian human rights.” Guilt over the refusal to remove “the main obstacle to peace in the Middle East, the “occupation of Arab land seized in 1967.” Guilt over the unwillingness to give the “Palestinians” their own state in the “occupied lands.” And now, guilt over the killing of “Palestinians” and “innocent civilians in Lebanon.”

It is a powerful weapon, this guilt; Jews have a difficult time coping with it. A people that has been the most debased of losers for 2,000 years finds it difficult to cope with victory. It finds it extraordinarily difficult to remain normal. It inherits insecurities, complexes, guilt. It begins to believe its enemies slander. It loses its self-respect and longs for the love of a hating world. It is important that those who have retained their self-esteem and some Jewish survival speak out against the disease of guilt and moral insecurity.

No guilt. Are the lands of 1967, “occupied” by the Jews, the main obstacle to peace? Is the year 1967 the origin of the conflict? How peaceful it must have been in 1966, when Sinai and Gaza were in Egyptian hands and the Golan was possessed by the Syrians to shell for 19 years the Jewish settlements below, and when Judea-Samaria (the “West Bank”) and East Jerusalem were in the hands of the “moderate” King Hussein. Why did they all go to war? What did they want then? When one has East Jerusalem and attacks Israel, can it be that he desires, West Jerusalem? And Tel Aviv?

And what did they wish in 1947 when they rejected the “Palestine” state offered them by the United Nations and went to war, killing fully 1 percent of the population? And what did they wish in the riots of 1936-38 when there was no country called Israeland they murdered more than 500 Jews? And in 1929 when no “Zionist occupation troops” were inHebron, why did the “Palestinians” rise up to murder 67 Jews in one day? And why the pogroms in Jerusalem and Jaffa in 1920 and 1921?

What troubles the Arabs is the very presence of large numbers of Jews in the land, Israel of any size, Zionism. That is what troubles the Arabs. That is the obstacle to peace. Let us inscribe that on our hearts lest we open the doors to a repetition – on – a grand scale – of that which the Arabs have done to Jews since 1920. And the bearers of guilt would do just that.

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Nancy Pelosi thinks Iran is behind our success in Iraq instead of the cause of trouble

Posted by avideditor on May 30, 2008

Pelosi sounds more like the speaker of the house in Iran. Despite sharing opposite values in everything except for a shared hatred of America, Pelosi gives the people that are funding and supplying most of the insurgency credit for the success of the surge. Iran is trying its best to kill as many of our heros as possible but Pelosi is in la la land. Libtards like her are allowing Iran to build nukes and kill our soldiers. Bomb Iran now before it is too late. Iran is going to sneek a nuke into the US and blow up a major city and try to nuke Israel the second it gets the bomb. Time is ticking. Someone really needs to check the sanity of some of the people running our government. The thought of Pelosi being 3rd in line for the presidency scares the hell out of me. 

Konservo has the audio of the speech on his site but I don’t agree with his thoughts on Pelosi pandering to the Israelis. Saying she is behind more talks does nothing to stop Iran from nuking Tel Aviv. Keep in mind Israel is just the little Satin to the loons in Iran. Big Satan is the USA. Iran controls Hezbollah which has sleeper cells in North America and Military bases in South America. The only solution is to bomb Iran before they bomb us. 

Commentary has a more scholarly analysis. It is from the editor who wrote. The Case to Bomb Iran Have any of my readers read Podhoretz’s World War IV? I have been wanting to read it. Does it have any mind blowing insight or is it already dated?

 

Pelosi Credits Iran’s “Goodwill” for Surge Success

In an interview yesterday with the San Francisco Chronicle, Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi claimed the U.S. troop surge failed to accomplish its goal. She then partially credited the success of the troop surge to “the goodwill of the Iranians,” claiming that they were responsible for ending violence in the southern city of Basra.

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Opening check points leads to “palis” planting bombs the next day

Posted by avideditor on May 18, 2008

In accordance with the road map Israel removed check points yesterday. Guess what? Today the IDF found a bomb. Lucky no one was injured. 

Repeating the same mistake over and over with out learning is insane. Just look at the map. There is enough land for jihadis outside of Israel. Jews have been living in Israel for 3,000 years. It is time we no longer negotiate with terrorist. Read my short essay on what Israel should do here: The solution to the “Palestinian” curse on Israel

IDF Soldiers Discover Bomb Near Hevron 
(IsraelNN.com) IDF soldiers discovered a pipe bomb during a routine counterterrorism patrol west of Hevron on Sunday afternoon.The bomb, which was found near the Judean village of Beit Awa, was detonated safely by army sappers in a controlled explosion.

 

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Nakba Means There’s No Palestine

Posted by avideditor on May 13, 2008

I found this great essay at Israel National News.

Read my recent essay on this for my views.  

 

by Prof. Steven Plaut

 

The real origin of the term Nakba.

Over the past few years, the term Nakba (also spelled Naqba) has become the favorite nonsense word of the Anti-Israel Lobby. Meaning “catastrophe” in Arabic, it has been embraced by anti-Semites all over the planet to refer to Israel’s creation, which supposedly imposed a “catastrophe” upon the “disenfranchised Palestinian Arabs.”

Of course, the real catastrophe that befell the Arabs in 1948-49 was that they failed in their attempt to annihilate Israel and exterminate its population, and for that they paid a price.

Meanwhile, Nakba Nonsense has been spreading. Google finds over 85,000 web pages referring to Israel’s creation as a nakba, and a Yahoo! search finds even more than that. The anti-Israel web magazineCounterpunch cannot mention Israel without using the term. Even Israel’s leftist Minister of Education, Yuli Tamir, has ordered that the Nakba be taught as part of the curriculum in Israeli schools, where Israel’s schoolchildren can be taught to mourn their own country’s existence. Nakba ceremonies are now held each year by those leftist professors at Israeli universities who mourn the very creation of their country.

The nakba of the late 1940s and 1950s that befell large numbers of Jews living in Arab countries, who were suddenly expelled, persecuted and stripped of their property, does not interest such people. Those Jewish refugees made new homes in Israel and actually outnumbered the Palestinians who fled Israel.

Meanwhile, an urban legend has been fabricated about the origin of the term Nakba – a fairy tale that claims the word was a banner waved by Palestinians starting in 1948, and that its very use shows how deep the roots of “Palestinian nationality” go. So, here is a little current events quiz: What is the real origin of the term Nakba and what is its original meaning?

If you get the answer to the quiz wrong – in other words, if you say it refers to the events of 1948 – then you are in very good company. I myself would have flunked the quiz up until a few days ago, when I stumbled on the correct answer. Not only does the bandying about of the nakba nonsense word not point to any “depth of the roots of Palestinian nationality,” it proves the very opposite: namely, that there is no such thing as a Palestinian nation or nationality at all.

The authoritative source on the origin of Nakba is none other than George Antonius, supposedly the first “official historian of Palestinian nationalism.” Like so many “Palestinians,” he actually wasn’t (Palestinian, that is). He was a Christian Lebanese-Egyptian who lived for a while in Jerusalem, where he composed his official advocacy/history of Arab nationalism. The Arab Awakening, a highly biased book, was published in 1938 and for years afterward was the official text used at British universities.

Antonius was an “official Palestinian representative” to Britain, trying to argue the cause for creating an Arab state in place of any prospective homeland promised the Jews under the Balfour Declaration of 1917. By the 1930s, Antonius was an active anti-Zionist propagandist and, as such, was offered a job at Columbia University (where some things don’t seem to change much). He served as an academic fig leaf for xenophobic Arab nationalists seeking to deny Jews any right to self-determination in or migration to the Land of Israel. And he was closely associated with the Grand Mufti Haj Amin Al-Husseini, Hitler’s main Islamic ally, and also with the pro-German regime in Iraq in the early 1940s.

Antonius was so passionately anti-Zionist that he continues to serve as the hero and mentor of Jewish leftist anti-Zionists everywhere. For example, the late Hebrew University sociology professor Baruch Kimmerling relied on Antonius at length in his own pseudo-history, Palestinians: The Making of a People (Free Press, 1993).

So how does Antonius provide us with the answer to the current events quiz concerning the origin of Nakba?

The term was not invented in 1948, but rather in 1920. And it was coined not because of Palestinians suddenly getting nationalistic, but because Arabs living in Palestine regarded themselves as Syrian and were enraged at being cut off from their Syrian homeland.

At the end of World War I, Britain and France divided the spoils of the Ottoman Empire between them. Britain got Palestine, including what is now Jordan, while France got Lebanon and Syria. The problem was that the Palestinian Arabs saw themselves as Syrians and were seen as such by other Syrians. The Palestinian Arabs were enraged that an artificial barrier was being erected within their Syrian homeland by the infidel colonial powers – one that would divide northern Syrian Arabs from southern Syrian Arabs, the latter being those who were later misnamed “Palestinians.”

The bulk of the Palestinian Arabs had in fact migrated to Palestine from Syria and Lebanon during the previous two generations, largely to benefit from the improving conditions and job opportunities afforded by Zionist immigration and capital flowing into the area. In 1920, both sets of Syrian Arabs, those in Syria and those in Palestine, rioted violently and murderously.

On page 312 of The Arab Awakening, Antonius writes: “The year 1920 has an evil name in Arab annals: it is referred to as the Year of the Catastrophe (Aam An-Nakba). It saw the first armed risings that occurred in protest against the post-War settlement imposed by the Allies on the Arab countries. In that year, serious outbreaks took place in Syria, Palestine, and Iraq.”

The original Nakba had nothing to do with Jews, and nothing to do with demands by Palestinian Arabs for self-determination, independence and statehood. To the contrary, it had everything to do with the fact that the Palestinian Arabs saw themselves as Syrians. They rioted at this nakba – at this catastrophe – because they found deeply offensive the very idea that they should be independent from Syria and Syrians. In the 1920s, the very suggestion that Palestinian Arabs constituted a separate ethnic nationality was enough to send those same Arabs out into the streets to murder and plunder violently in outrage.

If they themselves insisted they were simply Syrians who had migrated to the Land of Israel, by what logic are the Palestinian Arabs deemed entitled to their own state today? Palestinian Arabs are no more a nation and no more entitled to their own state than are the Arabs of Detroit or of Paris.

Speaking of Palestinians as Syrians, it is worth noting what one of the early Syrian nationalists had to say. The following quote comes from the great-grandfather of the current Syrian dictator, Bashar Assad:

“Those good Jews brought civilization and peace to the Arab Muslims, and they dispersed gold and prosperity over Palestine without damage to anyone or taking anything by force. Despite this, the Muslims declared holy war against them and did not hesitate to massacre their children and women…. Thus, a black fate awaits the Jews and other minorities in case the Mandates are canceled and Muslim Syria is united with Muslim Palestine.”

That statement is from a letter sent to the French prime minister in June 1936 by six Syrian Alawi notables (the Alawis are the ruling class in Syria today) in support of Zionism. Bashar’s great-grandfather was one of them (hat tip to Daniel Pipes for reference).

3 Iyar 5768 / 08 May 08

See pictures of jihadis and brain washed lefties remembering the “catastrophe” in that the arabs didn’t push the jews into the sea. Looking at Barack Obama’s recent comments it looks like he would join these loons. It just makes me sick. People should counter protest these loons so they don’t infect the rest of the population with there dangerous delusions. 

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U.S. Poised To Strike “Al Quds In Iraq” Base In Iran

Posted by avideditor on May 4, 2008

     I really want to see the US engage in action, instead of just threats. Iran needs to be bombed now! Bomb Bomb Bomb Bomb Bomb IRAN.
It is just sick to let these people kill our heroes and do nothing. It is pay back time.
       Every day we do not bomb Iran the more of our soldiers will be killed and the closer they will get to obtaining a nuke.

Times Online: 

The US military is drawing up plans for a “surgical strike” against an insurgent training camp inside Iran if Republican Guards continue with attempts to destabilise Iraq, western intelligence sources said last week. One source said the Americans were growing increasingly angry at the involvement of the Guards’ special-operations Quds force inside Iraq, training Shi’ite militias and smuggling weapons into the country.

Despite a belligerent stance by Vice-President Dick Cheney, the administration has put plans for an attack on Iran’s nuclear facilities on the back burner since Robert Gates replaced Donald Rumsfeld as defence secretary in 2006, the sources said.

However, US commanders are increasingly concerned by Iranian interference in Iraq and are determined that recent successes by joint Iraqi and US forces in the southern port city of Basra should not be reversed by the Quds Force.

“If the situation in Basra goes back to what it was like before, America is likely to blame Iran and carry out a surgical strike on a militant training camp across the border in Khuzestan,” said one source, referring to a frontier province.

They acknowledged Iran was unlikely to cease involvement in Iraq and that, however limited a US attack might be, the fighting could escalate.

Although American defence chiefs are firmly opposed to any attack on Iranian nuclear facilities, they believe a raid on one of the camps training Shi’ite militiamen would deliver a powerful message to Tehran.

British officials believe the US military tends to overestimate the effect of the Iranian involvement in Iraq.

But they say there is little doubt that the Revolutionary Guard exercises significant influence over splinter groups of the radical cleric Moqtada al-Sadr’s Mahdi Army, who were the main targets of recent operations in Basra.

The CBS television network reported last week that plans were being drawn up for an attack on Iran, citing an officer who blamed the “increasingly hostile role” Iran was playing in Iraq.

The American news reports were unclear about the precise target of such an action and referred to Iran’s nuclear facilities as the likely objective.

According to the intelligence sources there will not be an attack on Iran’s nuclear capacity. “The Pentagon is not keen on that at all. If an attack happens it will be on a training camp to send a clear message to Iran not to interfere.”

President George W Bush is known to be determined that he should not hand over what he sees as “the Iran problem” to his successor. A limited attack on a training camp may give an impression of tough action, while at the same time being something that both Gates and the US commander in Iraq, General David Petraeus, could accept.

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Relentless: The Struggle For Peace In The Middle East – Documentary

Posted by avideditor on April 17, 2008

Watch this great documentary on what the Palis mean when they say “peace” . If you want to learn more about Islam check out this movie.  It looks like islam is offering “peace” here with this movie.  Which one is your favorite? 

 

Vodpod videos no longer available. from video.google.com posted with vodpod

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Most Jews regard Judea and Samaria as liberated – not occupied – and Oslo as a mistake

Posted by avideditor on April 10, 2008

I found this reassuring article at Israel Matzav: I hope Israel changes its leadership before it is too late.

The Peace Index Project is conducted at the Tami Steinmetz Center for Peace Research and the Evens Program in Mediation and Conflict Resolution of Tel Aviv University, headed by Prof. Ephraim Yaar and Prof. Tamar Herman. It has been issued monthly since the heyday of Oslo ‘peacemaking’ efforts. This month, they surveyed Jews separately and those those who run the ‘peace index’ had a bit of a shock.

While most of the Jews (68%) still support what’s called the ‘two-state solution,’ when you get beyond that basic question, it becomes clear that Israeli Jews have a very different idea than the ‘Palestinians’ of what a ‘two-state solution’ means:
About three-quarters do not believe the negotiations will lead to an Israeli-Palestinian peace agreement, and an identical proportion says that even if an agreement is signed it will not, from the Palestinians’ standpoint, end the historic conflict with Israel.

This pessimism is apparently what fosters the hard-line positions that most of the Jewish public now takes on central aspects of the conflict and the chances of resolving it. It turns out, for instance, that in retrospect only among Meretz, Labor, and Kadima does a majority say the decision to launch the peace process at the beginning of the 1990s was correct. In the public overall, the number of those who think so (40%) is lower than the percentage of those who believe it was a mistake to enter the peace process that enabled the Oslo accords (47%). We found a similar mindset among those who say that if a peace treaty entails difficult concessions, it’s preferable to remain in the existing situation (49%, with 43% preferring an agreement even if its price is difficult concessions).

We were surprised to discover that even though, over the years, the concept of “occupation” has become more common both in the political discourse and the media, [Translation: Even though the leftist media has done its best to brainwash the Israeli public. CiJ] today a majority of the Jewish public defines the West Bank as “liberated territory” (55%) and not as “occupied territory” (32%). This may explain the new popularity of the position (57%) that the Green Line should not be considered the future border between Israel and the Palestinians, and that a new borderline should be established so that most of the settlements will be on the Israeli side and large Israeli Arab communities would move to the Palestinian side (only 23% of the Jewish public currently favors the Green Line as the future border; only among Meretz voters does a majority take the opposite view).

Interestingly, even among those who see the West Bank as “liberated territory” there is a clear majority-albeit small compared to the majority among those who see it as “occupied territory”-of supporters of a two-state solution. Here too the pessimism about the chances of ending the historic conflict with the Palestinians is widespread among both groups, though, as expected, more so among those who view the West Bank as liberated.

Moreover, if a peace agreement is signed on the basis of the two-states-for-two-peoples formula, the majority (65%) would want the border between the two states to be a closed one, without free passage from state to state. [Under current circumstances, that would leave the ‘Palestinians’ without an economy and – depending on arrangements between Judea and Samaria on the one hand and Gaza on the other – without a port. CiJ] The desire for segregation of the two peoples also emerges in the broad opposition (75.5%) to the idea of a binational state as an alternative solution to the two-state formula.

Finally, a considerable majority (61%) does not believe in Prime Minister Olmert’s sincerity when he says he intends to reach a peace agreement with the Palestinian Authority by the end of this year. Indeed, only among Labor voters (not even among Kadima voters) does a majority credit the sincerity of his intentions.

The telephone interviews were conducted by the B. I. Cohen Institute of Tel Aviv University on March 31 and April 1, 2008, and included 588 interviewees who represent the adult Jewish and Arab population of Israel (including the territories and the kibbutzim). The sampling error for a sample of this size is 4.5%.

You can’t fool all of the people all of the time.

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A solution to the “Palestinian” curse on Israel

Posted by avideditor on April 9, 2008

           Israel since its founding has been attack by Arabs around them that don’t want any Jews to live in land they once controlled. It is against Islam to give up land that was previously under the control of Muslims. That is why the muslims created a fictitious people called the “Palestinians” , after Israel defeated the armies of the arab countries which out gunned and out number the Israelis. All of Israel’s major wars where won with the help of G-d, for this reason students of war strategy do not study the major Israelis wars (48, 67, and the yom kipper war). The  defeated the armies of the arab countries realized this and but they did not give up because it was a holly war to rid the land of the Jews because the Koran forbid them from living on previously controlled Islamic land. 

As long as Israel doesn’t lose faith in G-d Israel will be protected. The muslims deiced to take lessons from their holy book the Qu’ran and copy how there profit Mohammed. In one of the major battles of the Qur’an Mohammed destroys the neighboring jewish tribes by destroying their faith in G-d by making false promises and deceit. That is what the arab countries did in creating the myth of the Palestinian people.

      There where very few Arabs living in Israel most of them where nomads. The zionist saying was “a land without people for a people with out a land.” When England controlled Israel the jews called themselves the Palestinians. However do to a great amount of reconstructing of facts and history funded by oil money and spread by anti semites, the world now believes there is such thing as the Palestinians who where refugees when Israel was founded.  

    There where more Jews kicked out of Arab lands then nomads and arabs that willing left what is now Israel. Before Israel was created the arabs didn’t call themselves Palestinians, they called themselves “Southern Syrians”. The segment of land was divided into Jordan for the Muslims, and Israel for the jews. But after Israel started winning wars against the arab nations,  the Arab counties paid people and emptied their jails into what they called “refugee camps”. They purposely left them in a state of neglect and  didn’t let them into their counties. The arabs realized they would have no chance to defeat Israel on a military level so they created a class of people to try to break the will of the Israelis through Guerilla warfare.  

  Some jews love peace so much they are blinded by it. In their blinded state some jews and factions of the government that wanted political power tried to help out their unfortunate pali neighbors (I am now going to refer to “Palestinians” as Pali). The more Israel gives or acknowledge the existence of the fictional palis the more power the palis gain and the more jews they end up killing.   Jordan got sick of the palis and killed thousands of them during black september but the world said nothing.  “Palis” use children as human shieds and when one dies the media manipulation called Paliwood funded with oil money cause the world to cause condemnation.

     Israelis have a great value for human life and they respect the lives of even their enemies. This causes palliwood to have to make up deaths like the Al Dura tapes. Where the french media showed and caused world outrage on a fictional killing. If you look farther in the tape the boy is not dead and he gets up. It is just sick that the french media aired this piece of propaganda. The Al Dura tapes gave rise to the second intifada which took the lives of thousands of innocent jews. Al Queda in Iraq gave the Al Dura tapes as justification of beheading Daniel Pearl. 

    The United States pressured Israel into giving the most historically Jewish regions in Israel over to the Palis which will use them as launching grounds to try to destroy Israel and to “push all the jews to the sea.” The anti semites at the state department give hundreds of millions of dollars and guns to the palis knowing full well that almost all of the money is going to be embezzled and used to buy weapons to kill jews, while keeping the average pali in a state of poverty. When foreign governments have given the “Pali” enough money to build every family a 2 story house with a pool. 

Most of the Israelis know anything they give to the Palis will just be used to try to kill them. A vast majority of the people do not want to give the Palis any land. However, politicians that want to stay in power and lefty loons in Israel believe that by making consions they will appease the Palis but if you listen to their “moderate leaders” and watch their “moderate leaders” actions the appeasing branch of the Israeli people are wrong. 

   I started writing this proposal when the news that the “Palestinian” jihadis attacked Israel when Israel was trying to give give their enemy fuel. This news came as no shock to me, niether did the news that palis where planning on lacing the plates at a restaurant they work at with poison. If Israel gives the palis jobs they will use the jobs to try to kill Israelis. The same thing is true with land. Israel should not be supplying its enemy anything especially fuel. What do you think they use to launch several rockets at civilians everyday?  Fuel. The utter blindness of some of Israels leaders to agree to supply the terrorist with weapons to kill jews just socks me.

The solution to the “palestinian” problem is Israel should move all the so called “Palestinian” out of the Judea and Summeria and into Gaza. If Jordan, Egypt or any of the other arab counties that are a million times bigger then Israel want to take them it would be great. But I doubt the arabs want to give up their most effective strategy to destroy Israel.  The palis are turing the world favor against the only free democratic society in the middle east. Jews have been hated with out just cause through out history but the jews suffer most when they lose faith in G-d. The arab states see that following Mohammeds example and through lying and deception they are causing more jews to lose their faith in Israel and G-d. Hopefully the Jews will not fall for the same trap that the pedophile blood lusting profit pulled on the Jews in the Koran. 

    So once you get the Palestinians in to Gaza build a Large wall and missile shied around gaza and let the Jihadis figure their own problems out. I am sure the international community will condemn Israel but it is already condemning Israel for defending itself. If Israel just follows this course it will be able to flourish with out the guerrilla armies of the arab states trying to kill every jew they have a chance to in Jewish land. Israel should just take these actions to protect themselves.

         Gaza has Egypt to the south. I am sure the world can pressure Egypt to provide fuel electricity and food. The Egypt is one of the greatest recipients of US foreign aid thanks to Carter and I am sure it would not want to give that up. So I am sure Egypt can supply the palis with fuel electricity, water, and food.

        Israel should not supply food, water, fuel or anything to these terrorist. It is not Israelis fault these people that call themselves “Palestinians” have started a death cult and use their land and everything else Israel has given them to attack Israel instead of grow food and starting an economy.  If you see what they are indoctrinating their children with you will see there is no chance that the “Palestinians” would ever have a lasting true peace with Israel. 

I am going to add pictures, links, and videos when I have time. 

PS I know there are grammar mistakes this is a blo,g not the MSM or a book. I will fix them at a later time. 

 

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