Sunday, December 23, 2007
Thursday, December 20, 2007
Monday, December 10, 2007
Shas minister: Americans' attitude to report reminiscent of Auschwitz and US Intelligence report on Iran
The real question readers though is where is this information coming from? I sincerely hope they have stopped making nuclear weapons but that does not change that they are still enriching uranium and that they still pocess the technology to attack the west. Also, as we all remember, the US intelligence really messed up the intelligence regarding the invasion into Iraq, so who are we to trust this piece of intelligence? Is this President Bush's way of trying to avoid another conflict by putting this report out?
Here is John Bolton's review on the intelligence report
Here is Alan Dershowitz's review and response to the intelligence report
I recommend you read both of them.
Sunday, December 9, 2007
Wednesday, December 5, 2007
Thursday, November 29, 2007
Born in Bethlehem of Judea, Walid's grandfather was the Muslim Mukhtar (chieftain) of Beit Sahour-Bethlehem (The Shepherd's Fields) and a friend of Haj-Ameen Al-Husseni, the Grand Mufti of Jerusalem and notorious friend of Adolf Hitler.
Walid's great grandfather, Abdullah Ali Awad-Allah, was also a fighter and close associate of both Abdul Qader and Haj Amin Al-Husseini, who led the Palestinians against Israel. Walid lived through and witnessed Israel’s Six Day War while living in Jericho.
As a young man, he became a member of the Palestinian Liberation Organization, and participated in acts of terror and violence against Israel, and was later imprisoned in the Russian Compound, Jerusalem's central prison for incitement and violence against Israel.
After his release, he continued his life of violence and rioting in Bethlehem and the Temple Mount. After entering the U.S, he worked as a counselor for the Arab Student Organization at Loop College in Chicago and continued his anti-Israel activities.
In 1993, Walid studied the Tanach (Jewish Bible) in a challenge to convert his wife to Islam. Six months later, after intense study, Walid realized that everything he had been taught about Jews was a lie. Convinced he was on the side of evil, he became an advocate for his former enemy.
Driven by a deep passion to heal his own soul, and to bring the truth about the Jews and Israel to the world, Walid shed his former life and his work as a software engineer and set out to tirelessly bring the cause of Israel to tens of thousands of people throughout the world: churches and synagogues, civic groups, government leaders and media.
Walid has written several online books including "Dear Muslim, Let Me Tell You Why I Believed" and "Israel, And The World's Mock Trial”, where he exposes anti-Semitism and the hatred of Jews in both the Islamic Christian and secular worlds.
Walid is an American citizen and lives in the USA with his wife and children, under this assumed name.
The following clip is from an interview he did with CNN:
Saturday, November 24, 2007
What I want to know is that while countries such as Germany and Poland make it a crime and crack down on it the best they can, where is the French government in all of this?
Wednesday, November 21, 2007
Tuesday, November 20, 2007
Monday, November 19, 2007
Sunday, November 18, 2007
If this isn't anti-Semitism, then I don't know what is.
Saturday, November 17, 2007
This only shows us that, at the very least, among those close to his royal highness, have some very anti-Semitic views regarding the Jewish State, Israel.
Friday, November 16, 2007
It is good to see a French President, even when his country is one of the leaders in Europe of anti-Semitism, waking up and finally showing that it is not dead, but that anti-Semitism is alive and well, for now.
With the government there getting more and more like a dictatorship, it is time to get out before it is too late.
Once again, if there are any Nazi's out there who, by chance, are reading this blog, remember you can run, but you cannot hide from the long outstretched arm of Justice!
Thursday, November 15, 2007
I'm sorry Mr. Finkelstein, Mr. Chomsky, and Mr. Massad, but I strongly disagree with your notion that these pro-Israel groups are trying to silence the scholarly community. Maybe I don't understand how the only democracy in the Middle East that guarantees equal rights for Arabs, Palestinians, Homosexuals, and minorities and has defended itself properly all times in wars of defense against its Arab neighbors (I'm not saying Israel is perfect, but I am saying every time they fight, it is a War of Defense), not to mention leading a lot of the Middle East in terms of Technological and Medical advances deserves your attacks. I do not have a problem criticizing Israel as a country, but when you attack it making claims like, in a piece titled "The Ends of Zionism: Racism and the Palestinian Struggle," by Mr. Massad, I can only assume you bang the outright lie of Zionism is Racism. And you, Mr. Chomsky, claim that Israel's actions are like that of Nazi Germany, why would I even want to listen to your claim? And to you, Mr. Finkelstein, you have a problem with those who are pro-Israel referring to you as the son of a Holocaust survivor yet you have no problem attacking those like Alan Dershowitz and those who support Israel and claim their work is fraudulent and a hoax so many times, it begins to come into question what exactly are you doing? Do you not understand that groups like Hezbollah, Fatah, and Hamas support the killing of Jews?
What do you readers think? Do you think groups are silencing the anti-Israel scholars or is the work of the David Project, Campus Watch, etc just acting as a way of informing students and faculty what is going on with certain professors and their writings?
In a statement released by the ADL, they say:
We received strong assurances from President Yushchenko that he and his administration are firmly committed to finding effective means to prevent acts and expressions of anti-Semitism and xenophobia in Ukraine and to vigorously investigate and prosecute perpetrators of such hate crimes. We welcome the establishment of a new inter-ministerial committee under the direction of the national Security Service that is charged with the responsibility for centralizing and focusing the resources of the Ukraine government on fighting these hate crimes.
In our meeting with representatives of the national Security Service we heard in detail the plans underway to address the problems of hate crimes in Ukraine, particularly those motivated by anti-Semitism, and we were pleased that our offer to cooperate with the Security Service was accepted. ADL will be providing training to members of the Ukraine law enforcement community.
In partnership with the Jewish Community of Ukraine, ADL will help adapt its A WORLD OF DIFFERENCE Institute® peer-training program for high school students.
We are pleased with the willingness of the Ukraine government and Jewish community to work with ADL to find ways to combat hatred, bigotry, xenophobia and anti-Semitism in Ukraine.
Wednesday, November 14, 2007
Thankfully, Australia is prosecuting those who commit these horrible acts. Lets hope Europe can finally speed things up and properly do what is necessary to stop and end anti-Semitism!
Now why do they feel they need to sing about this topic? Hussam Abu Abdu, a member of this band says "We aim to entertain, to help ease the people's suffering and at the same time we deliver a message about morals and values."
You know nothing says give peace a chance like singing songs that call for destruction of the only Jewish country in the Middle East.
Hamas has done things like this before. Earlier in the year, the media showed us Farfur, a Mickey Mouse look alike who sang on a TV show intended to be viewed by children to encourage Jihad against Israel, among other things. This kind of culture where children are taught to hate is the worst kind of child abuse. What can you do? Call Congress and/or send a message to the UN (via telephone or e-mail or mail) that we demand something be done about what children are being taught on Palestinian Public Television! If we think the upcoming peace conference in Annapolis is going to be a success, maybe for now, but Hamas and even Fatah are getting the next generation of Palestinians to hate Jews and Israelis and to create what we see today in the world of tomorrow, otherwise, if an agreement is reached in Annapolis, the peace described will just be a word on a page and not something that is practiced by Palestinians.
Many Jewish Organizations as well as members of the International Community were quick to condemn these remarks. According to a representative of Belarus, the President's speech "alluded to the myth that I thought had died, at least among the progressive part of humanity," Ben-Ari said. "This myth sees the Jews as untidy and dirty people who smell bad -- and is undoubtedly anti-Semitic."
There have even been writers who came quick to defend of this man, talking about how he understands the Jewish people and that how Belarus has virtually no anti-Semitism and how they saved Jews during WWII (for which even saying "Thank you" is not enough to properly thank the country of Belarus). However, when a leader in any European country says such horrible things, in almost no context is such a comment allowed to be said.
For those readers out there who do not know about what is going on in Europe, anti-Semitism is on the rise again in Europe and in alarming numbers! More to come about that story.
Tuesday, November 13, 2007
Let the revolution against anti-Semitism begin!