Israel: UN Giving Palestinians Fictitious Sense of Reality


November 29th, 2007 marked the 60th anniversary of Resolution 181; the United Nations voted to created two states, one Arab and one Jewish. The Arabs rejected the offer, the Jews accepted the offer. To cope with their shame of making one of the stupidest mistakes in Islam’s 1,400 year history which includes various episodes of regression, repression, imperialism, murder, slaughter, genocide, terrorism, and beheadings, the Muslims fabricated a holiday to be celebrated on subsequent November 29ths, and call it the “International Day of Solidarity with the Palestinian People”. It’s enough to make one puke. Fortunately, the Jews have articulate and

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They Went to the Gallows Singing “Hatikva”


From They Went to the Gallows Singing “Hatikva”: The 12th day of the Hebrew month of Av, which falls this year on Friday July 27, marks the 60th anniversary of the execution by the British authorities in Palestine of three members of the Irgun underground – Avshalom Haviv, Yaakov Weiss, and Meir Nakar. This column is dedicated to their everlasting memory. As 1947 dawned, the British governing authorities, driven by an irresistible hubris of self-interest and colonial blindness, and embracing the delusion of decaying imperialists in every age that punitive brutality will cow the rebels into giving up their resistance,

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The Peel Commission


Tomorrow is the 70th anniversary of the Peel Commission Report, released on 7 July 1937. From INN. The Peel Commission recognised that there was an insoluble conflict in Palestine between the Arabs and Jews, necessitating the partition of Palestine into two independent sovereign states. There was no mention of a third interested party – the “Palestinians” or “the Palestinian people” – who also deserved a separate state. This “people” was the subsequent creation of skillful Arab propaganda in the 1950’s and ’60’s in response to Israel’s creation in 1948. The Peel Commission Report succinctly summed up the nature of the

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The National Revelation – Shavuot


Who did God give the Torah to at Mount Sinai? Moses, right? Wrong. According to the Torah, all of the Israelites heard God speak at Mount Sinai. He appeared to everyone, approximately 3 million people and this is mentioned several times in the Torah. [Moses told the Israelites]: ‘Only beware for yourself and greatly beware for your soul, lest you forget the things that your eyes have beheld. Do not remove this memory from your heart all the days of your life. Teach your children and your children’s children about the day that you stood before the Lord your God

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Jerusalem and Peace


An excellent article. From Jerusalem and Peace: There is no reason or justice in the international refusal to recognize Jerusalem as Israel’s capital. Every nation has a right to determine its capital, even if the borders of that capital are destined to be the topic of negotiations. In essence, the U.S., Europe, and other nations are acting as if the 1947 UN partition plan, which envisioned Jerusalem as an “international” enclave, is somehow still in force. This is a legally strange position, given that the last binding legal apportionment of this territory was made by the League of Nations, which

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Captured Britons Taken to Tehran


From Captured Britons Taken to Tehran: Fifteen British sailors and marines seized Friday by Iranian naval forces have been taken to Tehran for questioning. British officials insist that the sailors and marines, on two small patrol boats, were in Iraqi waters in the Persian Gulf conducting a routine patrol under a UN mandate. In London, British officials summoned the Iranian ambassador to “demand that our people be released immediately,” according to a spokesman for the Foreign Office.

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Arab Muslim Jew hatred


You want the truth, folks? Do any of you have the guts to really want to know what Arab Muslims think about Jews? Read this, an excerpt from INN: Israel’s first Muslim Arab Minster of Science, Culture and Sports, Raleb Majadle, refuses to sing Israel’s national anthem, HaTikvah. Majadle, a long-time member of the Labor party defended his decision, saying he does not believe that “enlightened and sane Jews” would request a Muslim to sing a song which speaks to the Jewish people. “The Arabs are not in a mood to sing right now,” the Arab minister in Israel’s government

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Book: The Case for a Larger Israel


A new book, The Case for a Larger Israel, by David Naggar is available for you to read at From the author’s website: When I was an active litigator, I kept in mind what decent lawyers know: if someone sues your client, it is generally advisable to sue back. With a countersuit in place, the dynamics of the negotiation changes. Each side may be owed something, and advocates and peacemakers alike must take this into account when proposing a settlement. As of yet, Israel’s advocates have not presented a credible countersuit against those who demand that Israel withdraw to

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