Keeping a Jewish State as Jewish seen as Problem by Israeli Government

November 30, 2010

Jewish Rabbis were condemned by the international community for defending a Jewish Community from Intermarriage? Jews have to rent to non Jews in the only holy Jewish City on earth? What next? A Christmas tree for the Western Wall?

No one ever says a thing about Mecca where non Muslims are not even allowed to visit.

Weinstein: Criminal and disciplinary issues raised by state-employed rabbis’ statement about renting to non-Jews will be explored; Yad Vashem states rabbinic letters a “severe blow” to Jewish values.

Attorney General Yehuda Weinstein on Thursday stated that his office would check if the behavior of state-employed rabbis, who signed a letter against renting to non-Jews, was “criminal.” via jpost.com

Weinstein’s comments came in a letter to Meretz MK Ilan Gilon who had called on the rabbis to be ousted from their positions.

53% of Israelis say Arabs should be encouraged to leave:

The poll showed that the more religious respondents were, the less they believed Arabs should have equal rights, with 33.5% of secular Jews opposing rights for Arabs, as opposed to 51% of traditional Jews, 65% of religious Jews, and 72% of haredim. In addition, 86% of Jewish Israelis believe that important decisions should be made by a Jewish majority.

The Israel Democracy Institute released the results of its Israeli Democracy Ranking and poll on Tuesday, revealing that 53 percent of Jewish Israelis say the government should encourage Arabs to emigrate from Israel, and only 51% believe Jews and Arabs should have equal rights.

this is what happens when you deny the limitations of a Democratic Republic. Republics are not meant to mix hostile people into Democracy. That is what borders are for.  The problem is that Democracy has become a buzz word for what is ethical.  Even the Greeks (for example Plato) understood that pure Democracy is tyranny.  More and more Jews are starting to realize that Rabbi Kahane was right.  What is ethical for both Jews and Muslims is separation.


Israeli Settlement Areas

October 25, 2010
Here are the five most populous settlements in the West Bank.
Ariel Zirulnick, Contributor

A laborer carries tiles on a construction site in the West Bank Jewish Settlement of Ariel August 31. (Nir Elias/Reuters)

5.
Ariel

Founded in 1978
Population: 16,716
Of the five largest settlements in the West Bank, Ariel is located the furthest from the Green Line – more than 9 miles. It lies east of Tel Aviv and north of Jerusalem. Though it remains on the Palestinian side of the separation barrier, it is considered a strategic bulwark protecting Israel’s narrow middle. It has a university, the Ariel University Center of Samaria, that enrolls 8,500 students, both Jews and Arabs.

A Palestinian and foreign worker ride on a trailer hauling crates of Cabernet Sauvignon grapes during the harvest, August 31, in one of the vineyards of the Israeli Gush Etzion Settlement region in the West Bank. (Newscom)

4.
Gush Etzion bloc

First post-1948 settlement was founded in 1967
Population: 20,532 (excluding Betar Illit)
Gush Etzion is the collective name used for a group of Israeli settlements in the vicinity of the West Bank city of Bethlehem. The Foundation for Middle East Peace counts 15 settlements as part of the bloc, including Betar Illit. The settlements lie on both sides of the separation barrier, but entirely on the Palestinian side of the Green Line.
Israelis first attempted to settle the area now part of the Gush Etzion bloc in the 1920s. The first attempt was unsuccessful, and later attempts were destroyed in the 1948 war. Efforts began again in 1967, when Israel took over the West Bank in the Six-Day War.


3.

Betar Illit

Founded in 1985
Population: 34,829
Betar Illit is situated about six miles south of Jerusalem and west of Bethlehem, and is located less than a kilometer within the Palestinian side of the Green Line. It is an Orthodox Jewish community with one of the fastest-growing populations in the West Bank. Because much of the population is engaged in religious study, rather than employed in nearby cities, it is relatively self contained. Betar Illit is often considered part of the Gush Etzion settlement bloc.


A Palestinian laborer works on a construction site in the West Bank Jewish settlement of Maale Adumim September 14. (Ronen Zvulun/Reuters)

2.
Maale Adumim

Founded in 1975
Population: 33,821
Maale Adumim lies east of Jerusalem, about 2.5 miles from the Green Line. Considered by many Israelis to be a suburb of the city because of its close proximity, it began as a planned community and commuter town for Israelis working in Jerusalem. A mix of religious and secular Jews live there.
Israel values the “strategic depth” Maale Adumim offers against an army coming from the east. But Palestinians and their international supporters have criticized Israel’s efforts to incorporate Maale Adumim, as well as an adjacent area known as E-1, because those plans threaten the territorial contiguity of a future Palestinian state. The Maale Adumim bloc extends far into the West Bank, leaving only a narrow corridor of land in the eastern West Bank to connect the northern and southern regions of the territory.

A Jewish settler walks with children near a construction site in the West Bank Jewish settlement of Modiin Illit, Sept. 14. (Bernat Armangue/AP)

1.
Modin Illit

Founded in 1981
Population: 41,869
Modiin Illit sits about halfway between Tel Aviv and Jerusalem. With more than 42,000 settlers today, Modiin Illit alone has about four times the number of settlers that were in the entire Gaza Strip before the 2005 disengagement. Most of its residents are Orthodox Jews.
Modiin Illit is encompassed by the Israeli separation barrier – designed to protect Israeli citizens from Palestinian militant attacks – even though it lies outside the pre-1967 Israeli border known as the Green Line. Just on the other side of the wall from Modiin Illit is Bilin, where Palestinians have held weekly protests against the wall for several years.

via csmonitor.com 
As I have not had great experiences with the credibility of this publication… please let me know if any of this information is false…

Facts About Settlements

By Mitchell Bard

(Updated September 24,
2009)


Settlements
are actually towns and villages where Jews have gone to live since
the capture of Judea and Samaria — the West
Bank
— and Gaza Strip
in the 1967 war . In many
cases, flourishing Jewish communities lived in the same area for thousands
of years.
Strategic concerns led both Labor
and Likud governments
to establish settlements. The first were built by Labor governments
from 1968-1977. The objective was to secure a Jewish majority in key
strategic regions of the West Bank, such as the Tel
Aviv
Jerusalem corridor,
the scene of heavy fighting in several Arab-Israeli
wars
.
The second wave of settlements began with the occupation
of the Park Hotel in Hebron
in 1968, a town with a long, rich Jewish history, that had been interrupted
by an Arab massacre in 1929.
These were the first of the ideological settlers who believed that
Israel’s victory in 1967 was an act of God and indicated divine providence
that the historic Land of Israel should be restored to the Jewish
people. Very few such settlements were established until Menachem
Begin
assumed power. His government and subsequent Likud governments
provided financial incentives for Jews to move to parts of Judea and
Samaria that did not necessarily have any strategic value. Their purpose
was to solidify Israel’s hold on territory that was part of biblical
and historical Palestine/Israel (minus the nearly four-fifths of Palestine
Great Britain severed in 1921 to create Transjordan)
and preempt the creation of a Palestinian state.
A third group of Jews who are today considered “settlers,”
moved to the West Bank primarily for economic reasons; that is, the
government provided financial incentives to live there, and the towns
were close to their jobs.
Today, roughly 130 settlements
are in the territories, with an estimated population of 276,440.
Critics suggest these figures imply territorial
compromise with the Palestinians is impossible;
however, the distribution of the Jewish
population is such that a solution is
conceivable. When Arab-Israeli peace talks
began in late 1991, more than 80 percent
of the West Bank contained no settlements
or only sparsely populated ones. Today,
roughly 70 percent of Israelis
living in the West Bank, approximately
190,000 people, live in what are in effect
suburbs of major Israeli cities such as Jerusalem and Tel
Aviv
. They could be brought within
Israel’s borders if Israel were to redraw
them
so as to retain an Arab population
(from the West Bank) of less than 50,000.
These include Israelis living in the following
regions of the West Bank: Ariel, the
area surrounding Ariel, Gush
Etzion
, Maaleh Adumim, Givat Zeev
and Latrun.
It is inconceivable that Israel would
evacuate large cities such as Ariel,
with a population of approximately 20,000,
even after a peace agreement with the
Palestinians, and even Yasser
Arafat
grudgingly accepted at Camp
David
the idea that the large settelement
blocs would be part of Israel.
It is also important to
understand that most settlements are relatively
small towns. Of 124 of the
West
Bank
settlements, the data shows
that only 5 (4%) have populations greater
than 10,000, 45 have populations greater
than 1,000 (45%), and 74 have populations
greater than 500 (60%). Fifty settlements
(40%) have fewer than 500 residents.1 More
than 40% of the Jews live in just six
settlements near the 1967 border. The Arab
city of Nablus alone
is larger than those six Jewish cities
put together. Nearly half the settlements
and 70% of the Jewish population live
within
five miles
of the Green Line; three-fourths
of the settlements and 94% of the population
live within 10 miles.
The area in dispute
is also very small. According to one organization
critical of settlements, the built-up areas
constitute only 1.7% of the West Bank.
That is less than 40 square miles. Even
if you add the unbuilt areas falling with
the municipal boundaries of the settlements,
the total area is only 152 square miles.

Legalities

Another charge is that settlements are “illegal.”
The United States has never adopted this position and legal scholars
have noted that a country acting in self-defense may seize and occupy
territory when necessary to protect itself. Moreover, the occupying
power may require, as a condition for its withdrawal, security measures
designed to ensure its citizens are not menaced again from that territory.
According to Eugene Rostow, a former Undersecretary
of State for Political Affairs in the Johnson Administration, Resolution
242
gives Israel a legal right to be in the West Bank. The resolution
“allows Israel to administer the territories” it won in
1967 “until ‘a just and lasting peace in the Middle East’ is
achieved,” Rostow wrote in The New Republic (10/21/91).
During the debate on the resolution, he added, “speaker after
speaker made it clear that Israel was not to be forced back to the
‘fragile’ and ‘vulnerable’ [1949] Armistice Demarcation Lines.”

Obstacles?

Israel’s adversaries, and even some friends, assert
that settlements are an obstacle to peace. The evidence points to
the opposite conclusion. From 1949-67, when Jews were forbidden to
live on the West Bank, the Arabs refused to make peace with Israel.
From 1967-77, the Labor Party established only a few strategic settlements
in the territories, yet the Arabs showed no interest in making peace
with Israel. In 1977, months after a Likud government committed to
greater settlement activity took power, Egyptian President
Anwar Sadat
went to Jerusalem. One year later, Israel froze settlements,
hoping the gesture would entice other Arabs to join the Camp
David peace process
. But none would. In another Camp
David summit
in 2000, Ehud
Barak
offered to dismantle most settlements and create a Palestinian
state in exchange for peace, and Yasser Arafat rejected the plan.
Israel also proved willing to dismantle settlements
in the interest of peace. During the Camp David negotiations with
Egypt, all of the issues
had been resolved, but one remained, Sadat’s insistence that all settlements
in the Sinai be removed. Begin didn’t want to remove them, but he
called Ariel Sharon for
advice. Sharon said that in the interest of peace, the settlements
should be dismantled. Israel did just that in 1982, providing compensation
to residents for the loss of their homes, farms and businesses that
ranged from $100,000 to $500,000 (Jerusalem Post, January 8,
2004). Nevertheless, a small group of settlers in the town of Yamit
refused to leave and Sharon had the army literally drag them out of
their homes to comply with the terms of the agreement
with Egypt
.
In short, the historical record shows that with
the exception of Egypt,
and Jordan, the Arab states
and Palestinians have been intransigent regardless of the scope of
settlement activity. One reason is the conviction that time is on
their side. References are frequently made in Arabic writings to how
long it took to expel the Crusaders
and how it might take a similar length of time to do the same to the
Zionists.
Settlement activity may be a stimulus to peace because
it forces Arabs to question this tenet. “The Palestinians now
realize,” said Bethlehem
Mayor Elias Freij, a member of the Palestinian delegation to the Madrid
talks, “that time is now on the side of Israel, which can build
settlements and create facts, and that the only way out of this dilemma
is face-to-face negotiations.” Consequently, the Arabs went to
Madrid and Washington for peace talks despite continued settlement
activity. Similarly, the Palestinians negotiated with Prime Minister
Yitzhak Rabin, even though
he also allowed the number of settlers to grow.

Rights Versus Wisdom

The implication of many settlement critics is that
it would be better for peace if the West Bank were Judenrein.
It would certainly be called racist if Jews were barred from living
in New York, Paris or London; barring them from living in the West
Bank, the cradle of Jewish civilization, would be no less objectionable.
On the other hand, though Jews may have the right
to live in the territories, it still might not be to Israel’s advantage
for them to do so. Settlements create serious security concerns for
Israel, requiring the deployment of forces to protect Jews living
in communities outside the boundaries of the state and diverting resources
that might otherwise be used to prepare the military for possible
conflicts with enemy armies. The settlements also have had a budgetary
impact as hundreds of millions of dollars are spent each year on infrastructure,
incentives, and other material needs for Jews living in these communities.
Many Israelis believe that the military and economic cost is not justified
and support the removal of some settlements. Those closest to the
1967 border, and especially those surrounding Jerusalem, however,
are generally regarded as justified on a variety of grounds and are
likely to be incorporated within the ultimate boundary of Israel.
Israelis also increasingly believe the Palestinians
may be correct about time being on their side. If Israel were to annex
the territories, it would face a dilemma that no official has yet
solved, and that is how Israel could remain both a Jewish and democratic
state. Though some Jews on the right of the political spectrum hold
out hope of a dramatic demographic shift as a result of immigration,
most projections foresee an exponential increase in the population
of Arabs in Israel and the territories. According to Arnon Soffer,
Israel’s most prominent demographer, 6,300,000 Jews are expected to
live in Israel, the West Bank, and Gaza combined while the Palestinian
population would be 8,740,000. If these Palestinians all had the right
to vote in a “Greater Israel,” Israel could not maintain
its Jewish character, and if they were denied the right to vote, Israel
would no longer be a democracy (Forward, (January 9, 2004).
This is why no Israeli prime minister, even those believed to support
“Greater Israel,” was ever prepared to annex the territories,
and why most Israelis, including Prime Minister Sharon, have favored
trading land for peace and security.

Peace Agreements

When he presented the Interim
Agreement
(“Oslo 2”) before the Knesset
on October 5, 1995, Prime Minister Rabin stated, “I wish to remind
you, we made a commitment…to the Knesset not to uproot any settlement
in the framework of the Interim Agreement, nor to freeze construction
and natural growth.” Neither the
Declaration of Principles
of September 13, 1993, nor the
Interim Agreement
contains any provisions prohibiting or restricting
the establishment or expansion of Jewish communities in the West Bank
or Gaza Strip. While a clause in the accords prohibits changing the
status of the territories, it was intended to ensure only that neither
side would take unilateral measures to alter the legal status of the
areas (such as annexation or declaration of statehood).
According to the road
map
for peace, Israel is supposed to freeze settlement activity
and remove illegal outposts. Israel has been removing illegal outposts,
but has not been willing to implement the freeze because the Palestinians
have failed to fulfill their commitments to stop the violence.
In August 2005, Israel
evacuated all
the settlements in the Gaza
Strip
and four in the West
Bank
under the disengagement
plan
initiated by Prime
Minister Sharon.
This was
a dramatic shift in policy by a man considered
one of the fathers of the settler movement. Sharon has
also said that Israel will not keep
all the settlements in the West
Bank
Israel gave up all the
territory it held in Gaza and
evacuated some West
Bank
settlements without any agreement
from the Palestinians, who now have
complete authority over their population
within Gaza.
This offered the Palestinians an opportunity
to prove that if Israel made territorial
concessions, they would be prepared to
coexist with their neighbor and to build
a state of their own. Instead of trading
land for peace, however, Israel exchanged
territory for terror. Hamas came to power
in the Palestinian
Authority
and instead
of using the opportunity to build the infrastructure
for statehood, the Gaza
Strip
became a
scene of chaos as rival Palestinian factions
vied for power. Terrorism from Gaza
also continued unabated and Israeli towns
have been repeatedly
hit by rockets
fired
from the area Israel evacuated.

Source:
Anthony Cordesman, “From
Peace to War: Land for Peace or Settlements
for War
,” (DC:
Center for Strategic and International
Studies, August 15, 2003), pp. 17-21. B’tselem,
July 11, 2009.

Everyone is fighting Israel and America’s War this year except Israel and America

January 26, 2010

I’m disgusted. Obama takes most of Hamas off the terrorism list so they can get Western funding, but at least Canada sees the danger and ended all funding to the United Nations Relief and Works Agency for Palestine Refugees in the Near East (UNWRA). The money simply goes straight into the Palestinian Authority’s (PA) general treasury, where it might be used for humanitarian projects or might be used to arm and train terrorists

As America continues to drop the ball as fighter for freedom and democracy, it is reassuring to see others pick up the slack. America has abdicated its divine role as the world’s leading force for good and right under Obama’s rule, and instead has aligned the country with the dark and evil axis.
We do not lead the way, and it is a dark time for proud Americans — and worse yet for those across the globe who look to America as a beacon, a light unto the nations.
But Canada has taken up the slack under the brave stewardship of Stephen Harper. While Obama is busy removing Hamas from the terror list so that the jihad can be better funded, Harper is cutting off the snake.

“Canada has just become the first Western government to cut off aid to UNRWA, the UN agency that runs Palestinian “refugee” camps and does so much to abuse and radicalize Palestinians and prevent any resolution of the conflict.”
“Although UNWRA has long been a biased player in the Arab-Israeli conflict, it is seldom criticized for its incitement of anti-Israeli hatred and violence by
Palestinians. It has funded textbooks that deny the right of Israel to exist and
paid teachers who call on Palestinian children to push the Jewish state into the sea. It harbours radical Islamists and anti-Semites on its payroll and was even caught in 2004 using its own ambulances to ferry terrorists away from Israeli sites they had just attacked.”

US Terror Blacklist Whitewashes Hamas, Enables Funding (IsraelNN.com) The United States Treasury has taken all but one member of Hamas off the international list of terrorists, thus enablingfunds from the European Union to enter Hamas-controlled Gaza.

Since last fall, the federal Conservative government has been withdrawing taxpayer funding from non-governmental organizations (NGOs) that use their grants to take sides against Israel in the Middle East conflict. Now comes word that last week, Ottawa told the United Nations it would no longer fund the world body’s Palestinian refugee agency. From now on, Canadian aid to Palestinians will be directed to specific projects. We will no longer give lump-sum aid to the United Nations Relief and Works Agency for Palestine Refugees in the Near East (UNWRA), since most of that money simply goes straight into the Palestinian Authority’s (PA) general treasury, where it might be used for humanitarian projects or might be used to arm and train terrorists.
This is a bold move for Ottawa, which is the first Western government to cut off funding for UNWRA.
Although UNWRA has long been a biased player in the Arab-Israeli conflict, it is seldom criticized for its incitement of anti-Israeli hatred and violence by Palestinians. It has funded textbooks that deny the right of Israel to exist and paid teachers who call on Palestinian children to push the Jewish state into the sea. It harbours radical Islamists and anti-Semites on its payroll and was even caught in 2004 using its own ambulances to ferry terrorists away from Israeli sites they had just attacked.

But most politicians and journalists consider UNWRA to be sacrosanct. Too many swallow whole the agency’s assurances that it is not involved in promoting terrorism and anti-Israeli sentiments in the West Bank and Gaza. Criticism of it always elicits howls that UNWRA’s mission is only to care for four million refugees in 59 camps and promote peace and understanding in the region.

So rather than get dragged into a public relations war with the UN and its acolytes, last week, before Prime Minister Stephen Harper shuffled his Cabinet, then-Treasury Board President Vic Toews informed UNWRA and the PA that from now on, Canadian aid would be earmarked to specific projects, chosen by Ottawa, such as food aid.

Ottawa also announced it would defund Alternatives, a Montreal NGO that two summers ago organized an education camp in Quebec, welcoming “500 motivated militants” from Lebanon, Iraq, “Palestine” and Venezuela.

International Development Minister Bev Oda withdrew $7-million in tax dollars, too, from KAIROS, an “ecumenical partnership” that had adopted a vehemently anti-Israel policy and been at the forefront of boycotts against the importation of Israeli goods and visits by Israeli professors.

For too long, Ottawa has subsidized NGOs that claim to be after peace, but that in truth seek to demonize Israel. It’s good the Conservatives are seeking to halt these attacks.

The United States Treasury has taken all but one member of Hamas off the international list of terrorists, thus enabling funds from the European Union to enter Hamas-controlled Gaza.
It is an open secret that large sums of money from the EU flow into Gaza in the guise of humanitarian aid and salaries for officials, but are actually funneled into the coffers of Hamas, which controls Gaza with an iron grip. This method of transferring funds into terrorists’ hands could have been blocked by an international lawsuit, but according to journalist Avi Tarango, the United States Treasury has made this impossible by removing all but one Hamas man – Deputy Chairman of the Political Bureau, Musa Abu Marzouk – from the list of international terrorists.The updated terrorist list, published last week, takes up 443 pages. However, according to Tarango, who went over the list, none of the tens of thousands of people who form Hamas is mentioned – other than Abu Marzuk, who resides in Damascus. The terrorist list is meant for distribution in the world banking system, where the transfer of funds to anyone on the list is prohibited.
Cleared for Funding
Abu Marzouk is listed as having been born in Gaza on February 9, 1951, and as bearing an Egyptian passport with the number 92/664. “While branches of Hamas appear in the list under different names, such as ‘The Students of Ayash,’ ‘The Muslim Brotherhood in Gaza,’ ‘The Iz A-Din El-Kassam Battalions,’ the rest of Hamas’s men do not appear on the list at all,” Tarango said.
“Musa Abu-Marzouk’s presence on the list means that whoever tries to transfer money to him personally will be rejected by the world banking system and be accused of funding terrorism, but the transfer of funds to any other Hamas man will not arouse suspicion,” he explained.
According to published reports and other sources, the journalist said, the EU sends millions of Euros every month to cover the salaries of 77,000 employees of the Palestinian Authority and about 70,000 recipients of welfare aid in Gaza.
“EU laws define Hamas as a terror organization and therefore the EU people need to verify on a name-by-name basis that none of the people receiving salaries and support is a terrorist,” Tarango said. “This is done by the EU’s cash transfer mechanism, PEGASE, which verifies that none of the recipients of salaries are members of Hamas’s police force or activists of the military wing of Hamas, by comparing the names as received from the PA treasury department with the list of international terror activists. However, since the newly-updated list contains no Hamas officials except for Marzouk, the European check will find nothing and the funds for Gaza salaries will be transferred in whole to the Gaza banks.”

Here is what Hamas believes:

Hamas was created to annihilate the Jews. It is their charter, the Hamas Charter
“Israel will exist and will continue to exist until Islam will obliterate it, just as it obliterated others before it.” (The

Martyr, Imam Hassan al-Banna, of blessed memory).
“The Islamic Resistance Movement believes that
the land of Palestine is an Islamic Waqf consecrated for future Muslim generations until Judgement Day. It, or any part
of it, should not be squandered: it, or any part of it, should not be given up. “
“There is no solution for the Palestinian
question except through Jihad. Initiatives, proposals and international conferences are all a waste of time and vain
endeavors.”
“After Palestine, the Zionists aspire to expand
from the Nile to the Euphrates. When they will have digested the region they overtook, they will aspire to further
expansion, and so on. Their plan is embodied in the “Protocols of the Elders of Zion”, and their present conduct is the
best proof of what we are saying.”
some good news in Europe however. Looks like everyone is learning except for the United States:
Swedish far-right businessman Patrik Brinkmann has announced he will pour €5 million ($7.1 million) into the coffers of Pro NRW, an anti-Islam populist partybased in Cologne, Germany

The Local
In a Sunday report aired on Germany’s public broadcaster WDR, Brinkmann said he fears Germany is becoming “too foreign” and that Sharia law will be introduced in the country. “However, there are no, or very few, politicians who take this seriously,” Brinkmann said.
Geert Wilders does, that’s why he is in the dock. So is Philip DeWinter, from Vlaams Belang. The cowards, the sheeple and the Socialist disinformation machine are in overdrive to serve their Mohammedan masters….

and unbelievable. Bibi destroys a synagogue in Israel…

Somehow, the promise that communal buildings like synagogues and schools would be exempt from the ‘freeze’ did not bother the Netanyahu – Barak government. And if the ‘religious parties’ are going to object to the wanton destruction of a synagogue, I haven’t heard it yet.
A resident of Nachliel told Arutz Sheva that the synagogue was completed a month before the ‘freeze’ went into effect.

In an interview with Arutz 7, a resident of Nachliel said that the synagogue demolished Tuesday by police, soldiers, and Civil Authority workers, had been built long before the building freeze in Judea and Samaria went into effect. The structure, which had been in use daily, sustained tens of thousands of shekels worth of damage. “This was a shameful destruction,” he said. “All of the holy books are strewn about the floor, as are the mezuzot. We intend to begin rebuilding today,” said Avi Cohen, a Nachliel resident. Cohen said that the building had been completed on 11 Cheshvan (October 29).
Cohen said that he begged with authorities to spare the building, but to no avail – and that after much pleading they let him remove the Torah scroll from the building. “It is unbelievable that they would destroy a synagogue without thinking twice, but they would not dare to touch a mosque,” he said.


Are these Jews in Jerusalem in 1948 the occupier?

November 30, 2009
Looting of the Jewish Jerusalem, John Phillips. Jume 1948
Looting in burning Jerusalem, John Phillips. June 1948
An Israeli NGO has sent a letter to US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton threatening a class action lawsuit if she continues to call Jewish cities and towns in Judea and Samaria ‘illegal settlements.’ The letter, which was also sent to Prime Minister Netanyahu, argues that the ‘settlement freeze’ is illegal under a 1924 treaty in which the United States recognized that Judea and Samaria were part of the British Mandate for ‘Palestine.’ The Office for Israeli Constitutional Law, a non-governmental legal action organization, sent a letter to US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton last week, warning that by labeling Jewish settlements in the West Bank illegal, she is violating international law via israelmatzav.blogspot.com“The little-known Anglo-American Convention, a treaty signed by the US and British governments in 1924, stipulated that the US fully accepted upon itself the Mandate for Palestine, which declared all of the West Bank within its borders.”

Jewish girl, Rachel Levy, 7, fleeing from street w. burning bldgs. as the Arabs sack Jerusalem after its surrender. May 28, 1948. John Phillips
Jewish girl, Rachel Levy, 7, fleeing from street w. burning bldgs. as the Arabs sack Jerusalem after its surrender. May 28, 1948. John Phillips
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Jewish families leaving the old city through Zion’s Gate. June 1948. John Phillips
Jewish people attempting to leave portion of city surrendered to Arab forces. Jerusalem, Israel. June 1948. John Phillips
Jewish people attempting to leave portion of city surrendered to Arab forces. Jerusalem, Israel. June 1948. John Phillips http://xrl.us/1948jerusalem UPDATE Bibi has agreed to freeze housing building in Jerusalem and Samaria, but the agreement did not include Jerusalem. Obama and his administration are complaining anyway.


Are these Jews in Jerusalem in 1948 the occupier?

November 30, 2009


Looting of the Jewish Jerusalem, John Phillips. Jume 1948Looting in burning Jerusalem, John Phillips. June 1948

An Israeli NGO has sent a letter to US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton threatening a class action lawsuit if she continues to call Jewish cities and towns in Judea and Samaria ‘illegal settlements.’ The letter, which was also sent to Prime Minister Netanyahu, argues that the ‘settlement freeze’ is illegal under a 1924 treaty in which the United States recognized that Judea and Samaria were part of the British Mandate for ‘Palestine.’

The Office for Israeli Constitutional Law, a non-governmental legal action organization, sent a letter to US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton last week, warning that by labeling Jewish settlements in the West Bank illegal, she is violating international law
via
israelmatzav.blogspot.com

“The little-known Anglo-American Convention, a treaty signed by the US and British governments in 1924, stipulated that the US fully accepted upon itself the Mandate for Palestine, which declared all of the West Bank within its borders.”
Jewish girl, Rachel Levy, 7, fleeing from street w. burning bldgs. as the Arabs sack Jerusalem after its surrender. May 28, 1948. John Phillips
Jewish girl, Rachel Levy, 7, fleeing from street w. burning bldgs. as the Arabs sack Jerusalem after its surrender. May 28, 1948. John Phillips
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Jewish families leaving the old city through Zion’s Gate. June 1948. John Phillips
Jewish people attempting to leave portion of city surrendered to Arab forces. Jerusalem, Israel. June 1948. John Phillips
Jewish people attempting to leave portion of city surrendered to Arab forces. Jerusalem, Israel. June 1948. John Phillips


BIBI REPORT: SIGN THIS PETITION – Mr. Obama – Please Respect the Israeli sovereignty

November 24, 2009

Mr. President of the United States of America, Obama,

Please Respect the Israeli sovereignty, democracy and the elected government in Israel

And stop Pressure the elected government of Israel and Prime Minister Netanyahu and stop telling them which decisions they should take and where the citizens of Israel can build their homes and where not.

Mr. President Jerusalem is the holy and undivided capital of the Jewish people and Israel and will stay as is forever
.
The Israeli government is entitled to and must decide on policy when pressure is released, and a sober view of reality and the good of the country and its citizens safety and injury prevention.

Is it conceivable Mr. Obama that you will agree that the President of the Soviet Union or any other state leader will tell you and your government which decisions you should take ? And where can the citizens of the United States of America can build their homes and where not ?

You Should Mr. Obama make the Iranian nuclear issue and the threat of radical leader like Ahmadnigad that want to destroy the State of Israel a top priority of your energies and the rest of the world, and not the issue of construction in Jerusalem the Israel’s holly and united capital

Mr. President, A great clock stands above us , ticking. The significance of a nuclear weapons producing by Iran the a state that is the maim sponsor of terrorism and terrorist organizations like Hezbollah and Hamas is a real danger not only to the safety and security of Israel but to the safety and security of the all world and to the safety and security in the Western free world In particular!

Ahmadinejad will not hesitate to use weapons of mass destruction. The world must set him an ultimatum and act immediately.

And, as was already said by the British -Irish philosopher Mr.
Edmund Burke:

“All that is necessary for the triumph of evil is good men that do nothing.”

The American people and the people of Israel, Mr. President Obama are sharing true friendship with many years and share the same values of ,democracy, Liberty , freedom, Humanism and brutal war Against terror. The terror that struck on September 11, thousands of innocent American citizens.

Let us strengthen this truth friendship that fighting together against terror and against radical regimes threaten world peace

May God give might to his people, may God bless his people with peace!

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Navon Katsav , Attorney of Law.
Council Member City Town Of Azor- Likud Party


BIBI REPORT: SIGN THIS PETITION – Mr. Obama – Please Respect the Israeli sovereignty

November 24, 2009

Mr. President of the United States of America, Obama,

Please Respect the Israeli sovereignty, democracy and the elected government in Israel

And stop Pressure the elected government of Israel and Prime Minister Netanyahu and stop telling them which decisions they should take and where the citizens of Israel can build their homes and where not.

Mr. President Jerusalem is the holy and undivided capital of the Jewish people and Israel and will stay as is forever
.
The Israeli government is entitled to and must decide on policy when pressure is released, and a sober view of reality and the good of the country and its citizens safety and injury prevention.

Is it conceivable Mr. Obama that you will agree that the President of the Soviet Union or any other state leader will tell you and your government which decisions you should take ? And where can the citizens of the United States of America can build their homes and where not ?

You Should Mr. Obama make the Iranian nuclear issue and the threat of radical leader like Ahmadnigad that want to destroy the State of Israel a top priority of your energies and the rest of the world, and not the issue of construction in Jerusalem the Israel’s holly and united capital

Mr. President, A great clock stands above us , ticking. The significance of a nuclear weapons producing by Iran the a state that is the maim sponsor of terrorism and terrorist organizations like Hezbollah and Hamas is a real danger not only to the safety and security of Israel but to the safety and security of the all world and to the safety and security in the Western free world In particular!

Ahmadinejad will not hesitate to use weapons of mass destruction. The world must set him an ultimatum and act immediately.

And, as was already said by the British -Irish philosopher Mr.
Edmund Burke:

“All that is necessary for the triumph of evil is good men that do nothing.”

The American people and the people of Israel, Mr. President Obama are sharing true friendship with many years and share the same values of ,democracy, Liberty , freedom, Humanism and brutal war Against terror. The terror that struck on September 11, thousands of innocent American citizens.

Let us strengthen this truth friendship that fighting together against terror and against radical regimes threaten world peace

May God give might to his people, may God bless his people with peace!

Please share this note and sign this petition :

Navon Katsav , Attorney of Law.
Council Member City Town Of Azor- Likud Party