Cameron resigns as Jewish National Fund patron

May 30, 2011

Palestine on an institutional level is more interested in burning people and the land of Israel down then actually saving it:

Palestine Against Trees?



Due to pressure from a pro-‘Palestinian’ group, British Prime Minister David Cameron has resigned as a patron of the Jewish National Fund.

A pro-Palestinian group is claiming responsibility for British Prime Minister David Cameron’s stepping down as a patron of the Jewish National Fund.
Cameron’s name was removed from the JNF’s list of honorary patrons in recent days; earlier this month the pro-Palestinian Stop the JNF campaign sent a letter to Cameron calling on him to end his association with the charity.
Cameron recently stepped down from several charities, his spokesperson told the British newspaper The Guardian. His predecessors Gordon Brown and Tony Blair remained associated with JNF throughout their terms in office, according to the newspaper.
“Following the formation of the coalition government, a review was undertaken of all the organizations and charities the prime minister was associated with. As a result of this review, the prime minister stepped down from a number of charities – this included the JNF,” the prime minister’s office said in a statement.
“There has been a change in public opinion and awareness about Israel’s behavior and there was specific pressure on [Cameron] to step down from the JNF,” Sofiah Macleod of the UK-based Stop the JNF Campaign told The Guardian. “We believe he has stepped down as a result of this political pressure. Given the establishment support that the JNF has received, it’s not a decision he will have taken lightly.”

The next thing we will hear is that someone in the British government belongs to the IHH.

JNF are a progressive organization that plants trees. if anything they plant trees where Muslims live too. I have a feeling this is more about Cameron’s weakness more then anything to protect his own people from the assault of Islam more then anything else. He also could be completely stupid… that too.


Video: Women In Green–Planting As A Response To Terror

April 9, 2011

The Women In Green in action, planting in response to Arab attacks–both physical and agricultural.

Jewish National Fund is a non-profit organization founded in 1901. It all started with a dream. Theodor Herzl, a Viennese journalist, witnessed virulent anti-Semitism at the Dreyfus trial. He knew it was time to take action, and was determined that before the Fifth Zionist Congress in Basel, Switzerland came to an end, a national fund would be established to purchase land for a Jewish State in Ottoman-controlled Palestine. via jnf.org

Hat tip: JoshuaPundit: Some Stubborn, Heroic Israeli Women via daledamos.blogspot.com
image via
treesfortheholyland.com


Palestine Against Trees?

February 9, 2011

Palestine on an institutional level is more interested in burning people and the land of Israel down then actually saving it:
Fatah wasn’t upset about taking the donation – only that it had been publicized. I wrote that I was upset that the Jewish National Fund was donating trees to the ‘Palestinians’ at all.  Uri Davis, a Jew who is a member of the ‘Palestine National Council’ (we have all types here), has now criticized the ‘Palestinian Authority’ for accepting the trees. He’s now calling Rawabi a ‘Zionist project.’  
If building homes for Jews is an atrocity like Obama and his ass hat’s in Washington think,imagine what a tree is perceived to do for a Jew: 
Salaam, Came across something interesting. Was talking to someone and they said that the Jews are planting a certain type of tree all over Israel.  It reminded me of this Hadith:  “The Day of Judgement will not come about until Muslims fight the Jews  

(killing the Jews), when the Jew will hide behind stones and trees. The 


stones and trees will say O Muslims, O Abdullah, there is a Jew behind me, 

come and kill him. Only the Gharkad tree, (a certain kind of  

tree) would not do that because it is one of the trees of the 

Jews.” (related by al-Bukhari and Muslim).  

via ummah.com



Makes one wonder how Abu Mazen could have made the argument for global warming at the U.N. and the rest of us did not call him out on his bullshit.  I notice Al Gore was quiet on this issue

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Don’t donate money to fight Israel’s forest fires?

December 5, 2010

Jeffrey Goldberg has been spending too much time listening to the lunatic ravings of his co-blogger Andrew Sullivan. He’s urging you not to donate money to help rebuild from the ravages of the forest fire in Israel (Hat Tip: Shy Guy via Hot Air).

Inevitably, the Jewish National Fund, which, among other things, plants forests in Israel, is asking for donations from Americans for its “Forest Fire Emergency Campaign,” in response to the massive fire spreading across the Carmel mountains. But I’m not giving.
Israel’s per capita GDP is nearly $30,000. Israel is a rich country. The fact that it doesn’t possess adequate firefighting equipment is its own fault. The fact that the leadership of its fire service is incompetent is its own fault (you can read more about that here). At some point, the good-hearted Diaspora Jews who still think of Israel as a charity case are going to have to tell their cousins to learn to fully-fund basic services like firefighting if they want to be thought of as citizens of an advanced country.
There are a great many good causes in Israel that deserve help, and a great many causes here in America that deserve our help. It seems to me, however, that Israel’s national fire service should be funded by Israel’s government, not by the people of Boca Raton, Potomac and the Upper West Side.

By Goldberg’s logic, I suppose Israel should not have sent any equipment to help out with Hurricane Katrina. For that matter, neither should anyone else outside New Orleans have helped. After all, it was well-known that the levees around New Orleans were at a risk of flooding. New Orleans is a rich city, and America is a rich country. The City of New Orleans should have dealt with the problem, and if it didn’t, its residents should have paid the ultimate price.
The same goes for the specialized equipment Israel sent to help after the earthquake in Turkey. They should be prepared for earthquakes – they’re relatively frequent occurrences there. The same for tsunamis in Indonesia and Thailand earthquakes in Haiti (okay, they really are poor) and embassy bombings around the world.
In fact, why don’t we just become isolationists altogether? You know – ignore everyone outside our own neighborhood/city/country. Ridiculous….
If this had been any country other than Israel, would Goldberg (or anyone else) even have suggested it?

the entire Atlantic publication is full of vile hate. Goldberg is just another strawman

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