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Palestinian Arabs really mad at Al Jazeera for “Palestine Papers”

Posted by avideditor on January 24, 2011

The Jihadis really shoot them selves in the foot this time. It is a good thing to have them fight with themselves. They are losing the illusion of there lies

From http://elderofziyon.blogspot.com/2011/01/palestinian-arabs-really-mad-at-al.html

The fallout from Palileaks continues….

Besides Yasser Abed Rabbo’s attack on the Emir of Qatar this morning for supposedly being behind the “Palestine Papers,” we have…

A mob – no doubt “spontaneous” – attacked the Al Jazeera offices in the West Bank. They broke in and vandalized the office.
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Turkel Commision: Israel’s #Flotilla Raid Was In Accordance With International Law

Posted by avideditor on January 24, 2011

Surprised that the jihadis where wrong again?

From http://daledamos.blogspot.com/2011/01/turkel-commision-israels-flotilla-raid.html

The Turkel Commission has concluded that Israel’s boarding of the Gaza Flotilla’s Mavi Marmara was done in accordance with International Law.

Of course, this will upset self-proclaimed humanitarian activists around the world who have hijacked the term “international law” to attack anything that does not fit the way they think the world should be run.

The verdict of the commission follows the opinion of actual legal opinions that have come out since the incident of the Mavi Marmara itself.

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Palestinians receive highest per capita foreign aid in world

Posted by avideditor on January 24, 2011

Yet the jihadis there still complain. Nothing can make the jihadis happy except for taking over the world and then even then they will be busy killing themselves.

From http://docstalk.blogspot.com/2011/01/palestinians-receive-highest-per-capita.html

Provided – mostly by the US taxpayer

From: yoramtex)

Since 1994, there has been an unprecedented intensification of Palestinian anti-Semitic, anti-Israel and anti-US hate-education and incitement in PA-controlled schools, mosques and media, an all-time high PA non-compliance with commitments made to the US and Israel and an unparalleled expansion of Palestinian terrorism infrastructure and activity.

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Turkel on whether Gaza is “occupied”

Posted by avideditor on January 24, 2011

Facts seems to get in the way of jihadi lies.
From http://elderofziyon.blogspot.com/2011/01/turkel-on-whether-gaza-is-occupied.html
Here is a section of the Turkel report that discusses whether the Gaza Strip is legally “occupied” by Israel, as Amnesty and other organizations continue to bizarrely insist:

In Al-Bassiouni v. Prime Minister, the Supreme Court of Israel held that since the disengagement in 2005, Israel does not have ‘effective control’ over the Gaza Strip. Because of the importance of this conclusion, the actual wording of the Supreme Court is cited below:

‘… since September 2005 Israel no longer has effective control over what happens in the Gaza Strip. Military rule that applied in the past in this territory came to an end by a decision of the government, and Israeli soldiers are no longer stationed in the territory on a permanent basis, nor are they in charge of what happens there. In these circumstances, the State of Israel does not have a general duty to ensure the welfare of the residents of the Gaza Strip or to maintain public order in the Gaza Strip according to the laws of belligerent occupation in international law. Neither does Israel have any effective capability, in its present position, of enforcing order and managing civilian life in the Gaza Strip.’

In its judgment, the Supreme Court further held that the main obligations imposed on the State of Israel vis-à-vis the inhabitants of the Gaza Strip derive from the existence of an armed conflict between Israel and the Hamas organization; the degree of control exercised by the State of Israel over the border crossings between it and the Gaza Strip; and the relationship of dependency that was created – at least in certain spheres, such as the electricity supply to the Gaza Strip – during the long period of military rule in the Gaza Strip.

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Palestine Papers: 99 Percent Hype, 1 Percent News

Posted by avideditor on January 24, 2011

I thought even 1 percent is way to high for those liars.
From Palestine Papers: 99 Percent Hype, 1 Percent News

You wouldn’t expect Al-Jazeera and the Guardian newspaper in Britain to do anything but spin the “Palestine Papers” — the leaked transcripts of late Bush administration negotiations between Israeli, Palestinian, and American officials — to the max. And so they have, today, with shocked responses from foreign-policy types. Indeed, an editor at Foreign Policy magazine went so far as to declare on Twitter that the “two state solution is dead” as a result.

But the reality of the papers themselves turns out to be incredibly boring. Yes, during the months surrounding the Annapolis summit in 2008, there were negotiations. Yes, these negotiations concerned issues such as borders, Jerusalem, refugees, security, and settlements. Yes, the two sides discussed land swaps that would enable Israel to retain major settlement blocs. Yes, in private, the Palestinians acknowledged that the Jewish Quarter of Jerusalem is not going to be handed over to them and that Israel will not consent to being flooded with millions of Arab refugees. Yes, in private, the negotiators treated each other with respect and even graciousness. No, the talks did not succeed. This is news?

The Palestine Papers, however, come off badly for the leader of Israel’s opposition, Tzipi Livni, who was then-PM Ehud Olmert’s foreign minister at the time and one of the dramatis personae of the negotiations. Livni’s political liability is that too many Israelis think she isn’t tough enough to be prime minister. She has a tendency to denigrate her own side as a way of ingratiating herself to hostile audiences. To this day, she forcefully criticizes her own country and government while abroad and in front of audiences who have little affection for Israel (see her recent appearance with ABC’s Christiane Amanpour). She seems to think this wins her points for impartiality.

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Saddam Hussein’s handwritten order to shoot rockets at Israel

Posted by avideditor on January 23, 2011

More proof that Saddam Hussein was a crazy jihadis. Don’t buy into the that he was secular.
From http://elderofziyon.blogspot.com/2011/01/saddam-husseins-handwritten-order-to.html

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Only Israel Can Be Accused Of War Crimes

Posted by avideditor on January 23, 2011

An angry Arab mob protested against a statement of French Foreign Minister Michele Alliot-Marie–one that she never made:

A crowd of angry Palestinians protesters on Friday mobbed the car of French Foreign Minister Michele Alliot-Marie as she arrived in Gaza, an AFP correspondent said.

Some demonstrators hurled shoes at the car and one jumped on top of it in a protest over a statement which was mistakenly attributed to the French minister when she met with the parents of captive Israeli soldier Gilad Shalit in Jerusalem a day earlier.

Oddly enough, the article above, by YnetNews, doesn’t mention what the mistaken statement was.

But the Hebrew version of the article does.

Apparently the Arab language version of Kol Yisrael mistakenly quoted Alliot-Marie as having said that the kidnapping of Gilad Shalit is a war crime–as if crossing into Israel and kidnapping a soldier and holding him without allowing the Red Cross to visit him is perfectly acceptable.

Personally, I think an angry Israel mob should protest that the French Foreign Minister does not think that the treatment of Shalit qualifies as a war crime.

Once again, international law is only invoked when it can be applied against Israel.

From http://daledamos.blogspot.com/2011/01/only-israel-can-be-accused-of-war.html?utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=feed&utm_campaign=Feed:+blogspot/dafW+(Daled+Amos)

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Lebanon’s Druze Leader Sells Out Completely, Backs Hezbollah and Syria In Forming New Lebanese Government

Posted by avideditor on January 23, 2011

To bad he is choosing the wrong side. I though Druze where cool and anti Jihadi.
From http://holgerawakens.blogspot.com/2011/01/lebanons-druze-leader-sells-out.html

You know, there was a time when I could respect Walid Jumblatt, the Druze leader in Lebanon – it was after the Syrians and Hezbollah conspired to and did kill former Prime Minister Hariri and at that time Jumblatt blew a gasket and set himself up as the opposition to the Syrian influence. But ever since then, Jumblatt has been caving in, slowly but surely, to the Syrians – I’m guessing he was assured power in a new government but today’s announcement makes his betrayal complete and in my view, on the expendable list.

The Druze in Lebanon will not fair well in a government run by Hezbollah and Syria and this piece of shit is turning his back on his own people. Sure, Jumblatt might be making some secret deals but would you be confident in deals made with two parties that have already committed a high level assassination?
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Palestinian Incitement It’s no mickey Mouse operation

Posted by avideditor on January 22, 2011

Palestinian Incitement It’s no mickey Mouse operation

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Fatah calls on ‘Palestinians’ to build illegally in Jerusalem

Posted by avideditor on January 22, 2011

Insain jihadis are telling others to not follow Israel’s laws and to attemept to crowed out the Jews. I think Israel should respond by steeping up destroying illegally built buildings.

Fatah has called on the ‘Palestinians’ tobuild illegally in Jerusalem.

In response to the destruction of homes by Israel and the Jewish settlement in East Jerusalem, Hatem Abdel Qader who has the Jerusalem portfolio in Fatah, said that the rate of house demolitions could not match the pace of illegal construction
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Palestinians greet French minister with stones and shoes

Posted by avideditor on January 21, 2011

In order to prove that they’re a peaceful group of beleaguered victims. That’ll do it, all right. “Palestinians receive French minister with throwing stones,
From Palestinians greet French minister with stones and shoes

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‘Palestinians’ renaming Jewish historical site

Posted by avideditor on January 20, 2011

The crazy jihadis are trying to rewrite history by changing the name of jewish holy sites. They are going to fail. Not many are stupid enough to fall for their bs.
From http://israelmatzav.blogspot.com/2011/01/palestinians-renaming-jewish-historical.html
A new study indicates that since 2001, the ‘Palestinian Authority’ has systematicallychanged the names of Jewish historical sites in ‘Palestinian’ textbooks in order to deny the Jewish heritage.

According to the CEO of the institute and the author of the report, Shelley Elkayam, the phenomenon is characterised by a few levels of significance, among them gender symbolism alongside subversive logical undermining and a slipping away from the modern-historical to the mythical-legendary.

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Posted by avideditor on January 16, 2011

Talked about it earlier here ‘Palestinians’ lamely back Tunisian revolution . Now it is Hamas and other Jihadis.
From http://atlasshrugs2000.typepad.com/atlas_shrugs/2011/01/devout-islamic-groups-hamas-and-islamic-jihad-applaud-uprising-in-tunisia.html


The “pure” devout Muslims are strapping one on in celebration of the uprising in Tunisia, Arafat and Fatah’s center for operations (until 1993).

And the predictable Jew-haters and erudite annihilationists at the New York Times blame (drum-roll, please) the Jews, despite the fact that they concede, “Tunisians’ grievances were as specific as universal: rising food prices, corruption, unemployment and the repression of a state that viewed almost all dissent as subversion.” What pigs.

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‘Palestinians’ lamely back Tunisian revolution

Posted by avideditor on January 16, 2011

Thought it was secular. I guess there are some jihadi forces I do not know about.
From Here http://israelmatzav.blogspot.com/2011/01/palestinians-lamely-back-tunisian.html

On Saturday afternoon, after it was all over, after Tunisian President Zine El Abidine Ben Ali had fled to Saudi Arabia (probably the only country that could have accepted him without causing domestic problems), the PLOcame out in favorof the Tunisian revolution.
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Palestinians vandalize Joseph’s Tomb with swastikas and other anti-Semitic graffiti

Posted by avideditor on April 27, 2009

From Eye of the World

Palestinians vandalize Joseph’s Tomb with swastikas and other anti-Semitic graffiti
Their favorite Nazi symbols aside, this is how they respect other people’s holy sites, all the while whining about nonexistent threats to and disrespect of theirs.

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Hamas indoctrination of Kids: Bombs more precious than children

Posted by avideditor on January 12, 2009

Hamas indoctrination of children is sick. Watch them teach there kids that “Bombs more precious than children” with you own eyes. 

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1300 liters of sulfuric acid confiscated at roadblock Condi Rice wants opened

Posted by avideditor on June 5, 2008

Just look at the actions of the “Palestinians.” They just want to want to kill Jews. Any concession to these jihadis is going to result in more innocent people dying. I found this at Israel Matzav

1300 liters of sulfuric acid confiscated at roadblock Condi wants opened


The IDF found 1300 liters of sulfuric acid in a truck stopped for inspection at yet another one of those terrible ‘roadblocks’ that infringes on the ‘freedom of movement’ of the ‘Palestinian people’ on Thursday. This time, the roadblock was in Kalkilya, less than one kilometer (0.6 miles) from the large Jewish town of Kfar Saba. Kalkilya and Kfar Saba face each other on opposite sides of the ‘green line.’

Sulfuric acid is used in – you guessed it – bomb making.

The World Bank (which has blamed Israel’s ‘roadblocks’ for the collapse of the ‘Palestinian economy’) was not available for comment.

Hat Tip: Arutz Sheva.

/Give the ‘Palestinians’ ‘freedom of movement’ so they won’t ‘suffer’ from ‘poverty’ any more. 

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Great News Even Israel’s Left sees appeasing the “Palestinians” doesn’t work

Posted by avideditor on May 27, 2008

This is some great news from Israel from Israel Matzav.

Even the left is getting tired of the ‘Palestinians.’

Anyone who has read this blog for any period of time has seen me refer to Haaretz as Israel’s ‘Hebrew ‘Palestinian’ Daily‘ (a term which was not coined by me, but by Steven Plaut). Bradley Burston is one of Haaretz’s most left-wing writers. But look what he’s telling the ‘Palestinians’ now.

We in the post-modern West have spent years educating ourselves to believe that all cultures are equally valid – with the possible exception, of course, of our own. We have taken it on faith that to criticize the culture of an indigenous people is obscenely imperialist, paternalist.

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Olmert offers 91.5% of Judea and Samaria, ‘Palestinians’ say not enough

Posted by avideditor on May 26, 2008

Olmert is trying to sell out the jewish people and state in his last days in office. Luckly the jihadis calling them selves the ‘Palestinians’ refused. Jihadis want war not peace. Olmert needs to be kicked out off office and the jihadis need to be kicked out of Israel now!

Here is the report from Israel Matzav:

Despite some denials that have been coming in throughout the evening, it appears that Prime Minister Ehud K. Olmert has offered the ‘Palestinians’ 91.5% of Judea and Samaria, and has offered them land between Hebron and Gaza (for ‘safe passage’) in return for the rest. The ‘Palestinians’ have turned down the offer as not good enough.

Palestinian officials close to peace talks said Sunday that Israel has offered a West Bank withdrawal map that leaves about 8.5 percent of the territory in Israeli hands, less than a previous plan but still more than the Palestinians are ready to accept.

Palestinian negotiator Saeb Erekat and other PA officials, however, told The Jerusalem Post that the report is unsubstantiated.

Also Sunday, Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas was quoted as telling backers that the negotiations have achieved no progress since they were restarted last November with a pledge to US President George W. Bush to try for a full peace treaty by the end of the year.

The Palestinian officials said that Israel presented its new map three days ago in a negotiating session. The last map Israel offered had 12 percent of the West Bank remaining in Israel. Israel wants to keep West Bank land with its main settlement blocs, offering land inside Israel in exchange. The land would be between Hebron in the southern West Bank and Gaza – at least part of a route through Israel to link the two territories.

The officials, speaking on condition of anonymity because the negotiations are being conducted behind closed doors, said Palestinians were ready to trade only 1.8% of the West Bank for Israeli land.

Israeli officials refused to comment.

I’ll comment. I don’t see any reason to offer that much. In fact, it’s suicidal, because somewhere in that 8.5%, just about every bit of what’s left of the rump State of Israel – God forbid – will be exposed to ‘Palestinian’ terror attacks. Including the airport. So what the heck is Olmert offering them? By the way, this does not include Jerusalem, which they hope to agree on later.

But ‘moderate’ ‘Palestinian’ President Mahmoud Abbas Abu Mazen is losing patience again.

Abbas indicated skepticism about the prospects of the renewed talks.

“Nothing has been achieved in the negotiations with Israel yet,” Abbas told a meeting of the Fatah Revolutionary Council, according to a report Sunday in the Fatah-associated al-Ayyam daily and confirmed by meeting participants.

Domestic issues in both Israel and the US are diverting attention from peacemaking, Abbas told Fatah leaders.

“I fear the (corruption) probe against Olmert and the American preoccupation with the (presidential) elections will negatively affect the negotiations,” Abbas said, according to a member of the council, Salah Taameri.


The problem with these kinds of ridiculous offers is that even if the ‘Palestinians’ say no, they just become starting points for the next time. In fact, one of the reasons they are saying no now is because Ehud Barak offered them about 98% in 2001 at Taba (plus control of the above ground part of the Temple Mount and all the Arab neighborhoods in the Old City of Jerusalem) and they still turned it down. The ‘Palestinians’ figure there has to be a better offer on the way. And with Olmert negotiating with himself and the prosecutors, they are probably right.

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Contact CNN and tell them to fix their lies

Posted by avideditor on May 19, 2008


I found this on the Camera site. Please write to CNN. Help prevent CNN from being the Caliphate News Network. 

ARAB VIOLENCE – Not Israel – Created Refugees

A May 15th CNN report by Ben Wedeman on Israel’s 60th birthday parrots many similar segments in the media which focus not on Israel, but on the Palestinians’ view of the event. An Arab man emotively and inaccurately claims that the “establishment of Israel” caused the Palestinian refugee problem. Wedeman fails to note that it was actually the Arab attack against the reborn Jewish state which created the war and refugee problem. If the Arabs had not attacked the Jews, there would not be a single Palestinian Arab refugee.

Click here to submit a complaint to CNN.

This is what I wrote:

I will no longer watch your station as long as you keep lying about the creation of Israel. On May 15th CNN report by Ben Wedeman he blamed the refugee problem on Israel. However if the arabs did not start fighting then there would not have been a single refugee. How dare you call it a catastrophe that all the jews where not killed. Please email me when you make an on air correction. Look at your ratings people are turning you off due to your anti-semitic bias. Please promote truth and the news. 

I would advise you write your own letter. But if you don’t have much time feel free to copy and paste what I have wrote. 

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