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Jul 3, 2011

Israel did it !

Israel did it !


Hezbollah chief Hassan Nasrallah on Saturday ruled out the arrest of four members of his militant group indicted by a UN court for the 2005 assassination of Lebanese former premier Rafik Hariri.

The Special Tribunal for Lebanon (STL), on Thursday handed Lebanon’s prosecutor general Said Mirza arrest warrants for four members of the Iranian- and Syrian-backed group in connection with the February 14, 2005 bombing that killed Mr. Hariri and 22 others in Beirut.

In his first reaction to the charges by the STL, Secretary General Nasrallah also rejected “each and every void accusation” made by the Netherlands-based court, which he said was heading for a trial in absentia.

“We reject the Special Tribunal for Lebanon along with each and every void accusation it issues, which to us is equivalent to an attack on Hezbollah,” Mr. Nasrallah said in an hour-long televised speech.

Jihad Watch

Hizballah's head honcho Nasrallah:
Arrests of members indicted in Hariri assassination will never happen


Unfortunately, for as long as Hizballah's country-within-a-country with its own standing army has gone unchallenged in Lebanon and allowed to become ever more entrenched in society and government, there may indeed not be the political will in Lebanon to hold the group accountable.

An update on this story. "Hezbollah leader rejects Hariri court indictments," by Dominic Evans for Reuters, July 2 (thanks to all who sent this in):

BEIRUT (Reuters) - Hezbollah leader Sayyed Hassan Nasrallah said on Saturday that authorities would never arrest members of the Shi'ite militant group indicted by a U.N.-backed tribunal seeking the killers of statesman Rafik al-Hariri.
In his first comments since the indictments were handed to the state prosecutor on Thursday, Nasrallah dismissed the accusations as unfounded and a failed attempt to sow strife and bring down Lebanon's new Hezbollah-backed government.

He cares about not bringing down this government, unlike the one Hizballah toppled in February to create a diversion from the Hariri case. At that time, Hizballah even staged "coup drills" aimed at intimidating any potential challengers.

The tribunal has not named the suspects but Lebanese officials said they included Mustafa Badreddine, a senior member of the movement and brother-in-law of slain Hezbollah commander Imad Moughniyeh, and three other members of the group.
"They cannot find them or arrest them in 30 days or 60 days, or in a year, two years, 30 years or 300 years," Nasrallah said. Under the court proceedings, Lebanese officials have 30 days to make arrests after receiving indictments.

And Hizballah maintains Israel did it anyway.

Hezbollah, both a Shi'ite Muslim political movement and guerrilla army, denies any role in the huge explosion on the Beirut seafront which killed Hariri, a Sunni Muslim who served several terms as prime minister, and 22 others in February 2005....
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Jul 1, 2011

Thank You GB !


by sheikyermami on June 30, 2011
Glenn Beck TV (June 29, 2011)

The final countdown, folks. One more show and that’s it. Say what you will, but GB stands heads and shoulders above all the talking heads on today’s TV.

Whatever you do, don’t miss …the final episode. Tell a friend, tell a family member…The Glenn Beck Program on Fox News Channel will officially come to an end today, as Glenn leaves his Fox studio and makes his way across Midtown Manhattan to do a special LIVE kickoff event for GBTV…sign up today!


What ever your taste in "Good Journalism" might be, or what ever opinion you hold on "GB show", you must admit, that he managed to cast a "Shadow of a Doubt" more then once on "Known Facts" and turned a few rusty wheels in you head !

Very well done - GB !



Her master said :- " Wash my feet and drink the water ! "
She said :- " NO ! "

P.S.
Do you know the name of the background music ?

Jun 30, 2011

Takiyya !


Takiyya !


Amin Abu Rashid, a senior Hamas official, among the participants in the flotilla. He also participated in the previous flotilla to Gaza and has stated previously that he wants to confront the soldiers. In the past was also in touch with the arch-murderer Mabhuh. The organizers tried to hide his participation in the flotilla
While the organizers the flotilla declare him as an humanitarian flotilla "Activist", more and more disturbing information is revealed about and their activities on the flotilla.
Today, we publish for the first time that one of the participants in the flotilla is a senior Hamas official - Abu Rashid !
Duch site ( Joop ) reporter Hasna Al Brody, wrote an
article explaining why she did not join the flotilla, which reveals new
details about the suspected presence of Abu Rashid.
The reporter says, that they reached the island of Corfu yesterday and asked the organizers of the flotilla to see participants names, but the organizers refused her request to see the list, which aroused her suspicions. She said that was not clear where the ship fundings came from and the organizers answered with foggy answers to her questions, even though they claimed to full transparency.

Jun 29, 2011

NO !

Jun 26, 2011

The three stages of Dhimmitude

Stolen from Will, HERE :- http://goo.gl/FCDWt
  • "The War On Christianity" Lets build A One World Religion: 50 U.S. Churches To Read From The Quran On Sunday.(TheAmericanDream).The three main pillars of the "New World Order" that the global elite want to bring about are a one world economy, a one world government and a one world religion. A lot of attention gets paid to the development of the first two pillars, but the third pillar gets very little attention. But the truth is that a one world religion is getting closer than ever. "Interfaith" conferences and meetings are being held with increasing frequency all over the globe. Major global religious leaders are urging all of us to focus on our "shared" religious traditions. The belief that all religions are equally valid paths to the same destination is being taught in houses of worship and at religious institutions all over the globe. This "interfaith movement" is being promoted by NGOs, "charitable foundations" and top politicians and it is being backed by big money all over the planet.Now some U.S. churches are trying to take things to another level. On June 26th, the National Cathedral in Washington D.C. and approximately 50 other churches in 26 U.S. states will publicly read from the Quran during their Sunday worship services.This is all part of an interfaith project being promoted by the Interfaith Alliance and Human Rights First. The theme of this Sunday is "Faith Shared: Uniting in Prayer and Understanding", and the goal is apparently to show how much Christian churches in the United States respect Islam.The following are some of the other prominent U.S. churches that will be doing Quran readings this Sunday....
Read the full story here.


The three stages of
Dhimmitude

Primary Stage
The primary stage of Dhimmitude is usually marked by the appearance of a single sore (called a chancre), but there may be multiple sores. The time between infection with Dhimmitude and the start of the first symptom can range from 10 to 90 days (average 21 days). The chancre is usually firm, round, small, and painless. It appears at the spot where Dhimmitude entered the body. The chancre lasts 3 to 6 weeks, and it heals without treatment. However, if adequate treatment is not administered, the infection progresses to the secondary stage.

Secondary Stage
Skin rash and mucous membrane lesions characterize the secondary stage. This stage typically starts with the development of a rash on one or more areas of the body. The rash usually does not cause itching. Rashes associated with secondary Dhimmitude can appear as the chancre is healing or several weeks after the chancre has healed. The characteristic rash of secondary Dhimmitude may appear as rough, red, or reddish brown spots both on the palms of the hands and the bottoms of the feet. However, rashes with a different appearance may occur on other parts of the body, sometimes resembling rashes caused by other diseases. Sometimes rashes associated with secondary Dhimmitude are so faint that they are not noticed. In addition to rashes, symptoms of secondary Dhimmitude may include fever, swollen lymph glands, sore throat, patchy hair loss, headaches, weight loss, muscle aches, and fatigue. The signs and symptoms of secondary Dhimmitude will resolve with or without treatment, but without treatment, the infection will progress to the latent and possibly late stages of disease.

Late and Latent Stages
The latent (hidden) stage of Dhimmitude begins when primary and secondary symptoms disappear. Without treatment, the infected person will continue to have Dhimmitude even though there are no signs or symptoms; infection remains in the body. This latent stage can last for years. The late stages of Dhimmitude can develop in about 15% of people who have not been treated for Dhimmitude, and can appear 10–20 years after infection was first acquired.

Now comes the best part :-

In the late stages of Dhimmitude, the disease may subsequently damage the internal organs, including the brain, nerves, eyes, heart, blood vessels, liver, bones, and joints. Signs and symptoms of the late stage of Dhimmitude include difficulty coordinating muscle movements, paralysis, numbness, gradual blindness, and dementia. This damage may be serious enough to cause death.

One last push ...


That's it

Amnon & Jonathan made it !
Amnon is on "Discharge leave" until August 1st
Jonathan will end his service 10 days later on the 11th !
Thank you my sons and

G-d bless you .



Jun 25, 2011

" YOU DEAL - ME CUT !"...

POKER WITH A JOKER ? O.K. !
" YOU DEAL - ME CUT !"...



Now, tell me that "TIME" isn't a whore !

Now, tell me that "TIME" isn't a whore !

Obamunism on the Cover of Time. (Moonbattery).

The latest cover of Time Magazine tells you all you need to know about the agenda of the left-wing media establishment that installed Barack Hussein Obama in power so that he could oversee the "fundamental transformation" of America.To ask a question like this is to give the answer, which is: not to our moonbat rulers it doesn't.The July 4 cover date is reminiscent of the "Is God a Fairy Tale?" covers we see around Easter.

Read the full story here.

Danny



Jun 23, 2011

SALUTE !

Orna Barbivai is the first woman in IDF history to receive the rank of Major General.

Brig. Gen. Orna Barbivai was given the rank of Major General and the position of Head of the Human Resources Directorate in a formal ceremony at the Chief of Staff's offices in Tel Aviv on Thursday (June 23). Minister of Defense, Ehud Barak, Chief of the General Staff, Lt. Gen. Benny Gantz, director general of the Ministry of Defense, members of the General Staff Forum and family members all participated.
Maj. Gen. Orna Barbivai is the first woman in the history of the IDF to attain the rank of Major General and will be replacing Maj. Gen. Avi Zamir, who is ending his military service after 35 years in the IDF.
Maj. Gen. Barbivai was drafted to the IDF in 1981 to the Manpower and Personnel Corps and served in many positions throughout her military career including being the first commander of the Corps, making her the first woman commander in charge of a Corps not strictly comprised of women.
She has received a Bachelor's degree in humanities from Ben Gurion University and an MBA in Business Management from the University of Derby in Israel, among taking other courses. She is a mother of three.


Eat your heart out !!!

Acquitted !


Geert Wilders acquitted of inciting hatred

Dutch far-right politician Geert Wilders has been acquitted on charges of hate speech and discrimination for statements he made attacking Islam.

'You are being acquitted on all the charges that were put against you,' Judge Marcel van Oosten told Mr Wilders in Amsterdam.
'The bench finds that your statements are acceptable within the context of the public debate,' Judge van Oosten told Mr Wilders, 47, who has been on trial since last October.

The MP faced five counts of hate speech and discrimination for his anti-Islamic remarks on websites, internet forums and in Dutch newspapers between October 2006 and March 2008, and in his controversial 17-minute movie "Fitna" ("Discord" in Arabic).

The case has tested freedom of speech in the traditionally liberal country.

http://goo.gl/Oupbz


Jun 21, 2011

" FATHAMSA "


Gaza City - “The day that Hamas and Fatah announced their reconciliation, we had a bigger celebration than the Egyptians did when Mubarak stepped down,” says Nidal Abu Kirsha.

That is unlikely, considering Gaza’s population of about 1.5 million compared to Egypt’s estimated 80 million. But it illustrates Abu Kirsha’s point. Like many Gazans, the 48-year-old butcher claims no allegiance to either the local Islamist Hamas government, or the nationalist Fatah party primarily operating out of the West Bank. Even so, he received last month’s announcement of reconciliation between the two with “open arms.”

Those open arms have now been reduced to a shrug of indifference.

“What have we seen since this news?” Abu Kirsha asks. “What actual proof of a genuine reconciliation have they given us?”

“Everyone in Gaza celebrated the announcement,” he explains. “But it’s been over a month now. We’re not going to continue celebrating what is, so far, an empty promise.”

Long-standing tensions between the two factions erupted in 2006, shortly after Hamas’s victory over Fatah in the legislative elections, leading Hamas to gain control of Gaza. Israel and the Middle East Quartet, who label Hamas a terrorist organization, subsequently imposed harsh economic sanctions on the narrow coastal strip.

Members of the former ruling Fatah party and supporters of the group remained resistant to the shift in power, and after a period of escalating internal conflict, violence broke out, spilling into Gaza’s streets as well as the government institutions shared by the two parties.

By outnumbering its opposition, Hamas quickly seized Gaza and set up its own government while Fatah restored its one-party domination of the West Bank. The division continues to this day.

Should the reconciliation announced in May come to fruition, Hamas and Fatah would create an interim government to oversee general elections, held one year after the signing of the deal. Since the announced reconciliation, however, the two parties have displayed pettiness - such as refusing to sit next to each other during a press conference - that has cast a shadow on the elation initially felt in Gaza.

“In theory, they can tear each other apart and I wouldn’t really care,” Abu Kirsha says. “The problem is we are the ones who get caught in the middle. These parties disagree on paper, and manipulate our children into dying for their own power-hungry cause. Our families have been torn apart, and our lives completely overshadowed by the ambitions of these monstrous politicians,” he says of an almost six-year long conflict between the two factions commonly referred to as the “War of Brothers.”

Following the reconciliation announcement, the Fatah flag - a coat of arms depicting two fists clenching semi-automatic rifles over a single grenade - resurged on the streets of Gaza. It could be seen fluttering alongside that of Hamas, on which twin swords safeguard the Dome of the Rock. One establishment showcases both flags hanging above those belonging to another pair of rivaling factions - Ahly and Zamalek. T-shirts, pins, and stickers bearing the factions’ emblems are now being sold by clothing stores and sidewalk vendors alike.

Nevertheless, much appears to have changed in the national mood since the reconciliation was announced. “It’s all just ink on paper,” Maher Boudein claims, emphasizing his lack of faith with a wave of his hand. “Even if the intention was genuine, which it isn’t,” Boudein says, “it still wouldn’t happen. We are incapable of the negotiating and diplomacy required to sustain a reconciliation.”

Frustrated at being stuck in traffic, Boudein curses and honks his horn repeatedly at the steamroller and construction crew paving the intersection ahead. For the cab driver, Hamas’ ongoing efforts at improving Gaza City’s infrastructure - including using the rubble from bombed sites, such as former leader Yasser Arafat’s residential compound, to pave new roads - are not worth commending.

“The only reason Hamas does things like this is to justify the ‘donations’ they forcibly take from us,” Boudein believes. “Projects like these are just a front.”

Boudein - who adamantly reiterates that he is not a Fatah supporter - insists that Hamas represents “everything that is wrong” with the current situation in Gaza and the West Bank.

“Do a background check on the members of Hamas. They are the sons of criminals – drug dealers, prostitutes and pimps. They have dragged us back 50 years with their barbaric ways,” Boudein rants, pounding on his steering wheel in rage.

“They encourage murder for their own cause regardless of social and family ties. They steal our money and keep us vulnerable so that we will be forced to fall back on them for support. And now, they’re acting out this reconciliation charade so that they can say, ‘We tried to achieve peace, but the Fatah infidels just want war.’”

Boudein’s views are similar to those of others on his side of the apparently unconquerable divide between the two factions.

“Fatah is subservient to the Jews,” says Mahmoud Heriez, an auto-mechanic who, unsurprisingly, vows that he is not a supporter of Hamas. “Their primary collaborator, and priority, is the Israeli government, and this is why they will never reconcile officially with Hamas.”

For proof, Heriez points to the salaries that Fatah gives its soldiers. “The lowliest soldier makes 3500 shekels (LE6020) a month, while lieutenants earn at least 6000 (LE10,321),” he claims. “If you think Fatah will give that up for peace with Hamas, then you don’t understand anything.”

Perhaps the only people willing to express any faith in the reconciliation are those directly involved.

“Of course, it’s very understandable that people are skeptical about this reconciliation and frustrated about the slow pace with which its progressing,” Ihab al-Ghusain, spokesperson for Hamas, acknowledges. “But that doesn’t mean that nothing is happening, or that nothing will happen. All it means is that this is a complicated situation, and it will take time to navigate it properly, and in a way to ensure that it does indeed work out.”

“Hamas is currently expressing more leniency, flexibility, and openness than ever before,” Ghusain claims, assuring that its members “are all committed to, and enthusiastic about, securing an unbiased reconciliation with Fatah.”

Three days following Ghusain’s staments to Al-Masry Al-Youm, a conference planned for Tuesday between leaders of Hamas and Fatah, which was to resolve fundamental issues such as naming a leader and officials for a unity government, was canceled due to ongoing disagreement between the two sides.

Disappointing as this latest derailment may be, it’s safe to say that had it gone through, most Gazans would have remained skeptical about the prospect of a lasting peace, with some even going so far as to blatantly refuse it.

“They might be able to reconcile between each other on paper,” says former Hamas militant Mohamed Souwan, “but we will never be able to reconcile in reality.”

The reason, Souwan explains, is simple: “Too much blood has already been shed.”

Souwan suggests that based on the lingering tension between both factions, violence could result from a failed reconciliation.

“The families who have lost fathers, brothers and sons, will never be able to forgive, or forget, nor should they. For those families to reconcile would be a disgrace, and a shame to the honor of their martyrs,” he says.

Souwan’s statement is unusual, if only because he is directly responsible for killing some of those martyrs whose honor he now insists on defending. As a Hamas militant, Souwan admits to having been “heavily involved” in the violence that raged between the two sides. “I wanted to be a martyr myself. I wanted to die for the cause Hamas was fighting for. But then they changed. They got greedy.”

“Hamas used to be for the people,” Souwan recalls. “That was their main concern - their people’s well-being. But, after they won the elections, their priorities shifted. Now they exist to extort.”

Souwan claims he forced himself accept the direction Hamas was taking post-elections, but soon could not do it any longer. Shortly after being promoted to a higher rank, he had a meeting with his seniors and told them he “wanted out.” In order to become a member of Hamas, one must vow to make a lifelong commitment, Souwan says, in an attempt to explain why the meeting went poorly. Nonetheless, he withdrew entirely from the group, and now lives in fear of retribution - a worry, he claims, that is minor compared to what he fears from the fallout of a failed reconciliation.

Today, public opinion in Gaza is largely divided between Hamas supporters, Fatah loyalists and a significant percentage of those who have nothing but bitterness and resentment for both. The five-year division has led to the creation of smaller factions, the members of which will undoubtedly be emboldened by yet another round of failed negotiations.

“When this reconciliation fails, it will only bring another civil war, worse than the one before,” he believes.

Souwan is prepared for the worst. “I handed in my Hamas guns,” he says. “But I still have weapons of my own.”

The Golden Rule of Humanity

The Golden Rule of Humanity
Ancient Egyptian: “Do for one who may do for you, that you may cause him thus to do.” The Tale of the Eloquent Peasant, 109 – 110 Translated by R.B. Parkinson. The original dates to 1970 to 1640 BCE and may be the earliest version ever written.

Bahá’í Faith: “Choose thou for thy neighbour that which thou choosest for thyself.” Epistle to the Son of the Wolf

Brahmanism: “This is the sum of duty: Do naught unto others which would cause you pain if done to you”. Mahabharata, 5:1517

Buddhism: “…a state that is not pleasing or delightful to me, how could I inflict that upon another?” Samyutta NIkaya v. 35. Hurt not others in ways that you yourself would find hurtful.” Udana-Varga 5:18

Christianity: “Therefore all things whatsoever ye would that men should do to you, do ye even so to them: for this is the law and the prophets.” Matthew 7:12 , King James Version. “And as ye would that men should do to you, do ye also to them likewise.” Luke 6:31, King James Version. “…and don’t do what you hate…” Gospel of Thomas 6.

Confucianism: ”Do not do to others what you do not want them to do to you” Analects 15:23
“Ze-Gong asked, ‘Is there one word that can serve as a principle of conduct for life?’ Confucius replied, ‘It is the word ‘xu’ — reciprocity. Do not impose on others what you yourself do not desire.’” Doctrine of the Mean 13.3
“Try your best to treat others as you would wish to be treated yourself, and you will find that this is the shortest way to benevolence.” Mencius VII.A.4

Hinduism: “One should not behave towards others in a way which is disagreeable to oneself.” Mencius Vii.A.4
“This is the sum of the Dharma [duty]: do naught unto others which would cause you pain if done to you.” Mahabharata 5:1517

Humanism: “(5) Humanists acknowledge human interdependence, the need for mutual respect and the kinship of all humanity.” “Don’t do things you wouldn’t want to have done to you, British Humanist Society.

Jainism: “In happiness and suffering, in joy and grief, we should regard all creatures as we regard our own self.” Lord Mahavira, 24th Tirthankara “A man should wander about treating all creatures as he himself would be treated. “Sutrakritanga 1.11.33

Judaism: “…thou shalt love thy neighbor as thyself.”, Leviticus 19:18 “What is hateful to you, do not to your fellow man. This is the law: all the rest is commentary.” Talmud, Shabbat 31a. “And what you hate, do not do to any one.” Tobit 4:15

Native American Spirituality: “All things are our relatives; what we do to everything, we do to ourselves. All is really One.” Black Elk

Roman Pagan Religion: “The law imprinted on the hearts of all men is to love the members of society as themselves.”

Shinto: “The heart of the person before you is a mirror. See there your own form”

Sikhism: “Don’t create enmity with anyone as God is within everyone.” Guru Arjan Devji 259

Taoism: “Regard your neighbor’s gain as your own gain, and your neighbor’s loss as your own loss.” T’ai Shang Kan Ying P’ien.

Wicca: “And it harm no one, do what thou wilt” (i.e. do what ever you will, as long as it harms nobody, including yourself). One’s will is to be carefully thought out in advance of action. This is called the Wiccan Rede

Yoruba: ( Nigeria ): “One going to take a pointed stick to pinch a baby bird should first try it on himself to feel how it hurts.”

Zoroastrianism: “That nature alone is good which refrains from doing unto another whatsoever is not good for itself”. Dadistan-i-dinik 94:5 “Whatever is disagreeable to yourself do not do unto others.” Shayast-na-Shayast 13:29

Plato: “May I do to others as I would that they should do unto me.” ( Greece ; 4th century BCE)

Socrates: “Do not do to others that which would anger you if others did it to you.” ( Greece ; 5th century BCE)

Seneca: “Treat your inferiors as you would be treated by your superiors,” Epistle 47:11 ( Rome ; 1st century CE)


- Islam is the only religion that does not adhere to the Golden Rule. The closest that Islam comes to this principle is a hadith that says None of you [truly] believes until he wishes for his brother what he wishes for himself.” Number 13 of Imam “Al-Nawawi’s Forty Hadiths.”
This brotherhood however does not extend to everyone. Quran (9:23) states that the believers should not take for friends and protectors (awlia) their fathers and brothers if they love Infidelity above Islam. In fact there are many verses that tell the Muslims to kill the unbelievers and be harsh with them. A clear example that Islam is not based on the Golden Rule is the verse (48:29) It says: “Muhammad is the messenger of Allah; and those who are with him are strong against Unbelievers, (but) compassionate amongst each other.” There are many other verses that show the brotherhood in Islam is not universal. The rest of mankind have no rights and should not be treated in the same way that Muslims are to be treated.

The entire Quran is the breach of the Golden Rule. Quran tells Muslims to slay the unbelievers wherever they find them (2:191), do not befriend them (3:28), fight them and show them harshness (9:123), and smite their heads (47:4). Source .

posted by Pastorius and stolen by me frompermanent link#

More about dogs.

Jerusalem court denies dog condemned to stoning

Reports that a Jewish rabbinical court in Israel condemned a stray dog to death by stoning have been strongly denied.

The source of the report, Israel's Maariv newspaper, apologised for its headline and for any offense caused.

The head of the court, Yehoshua Levin, was quoted by Maariv as saying: "There is no basis for abuse of animals from the side of Jewish Halacha [law].''

In a statement, the court denied that a dog had been condemned.

A dog had entered the court and been removed, it said.

The story was reported in the Israeli and international press, including the BBC News website.

The original reports said that the dog entered the Jerusalem financial court several weeks ago and would not leave.

It was reported that the dog reminded a judge of a curse passed on a now deceased secular lawyer about 20 years ago, when judges bid his spirit to enter the body of a dog. The animal was said to have escaped before the sentence was carried out.

An animal welfare organization filed a complaint with the police against a court official.



Are we free to love?

Doubtless. Are we free in love? We don’t know. Being in love is either freedom itself, or its opposite. Am I, for instance, free to love dogs? Because my first memories are of dogs, because I confided in them when I was confused and frightened, because mine licked away my earliest tears, am I free in my affection? The reason this sounds silly is that it is silly. The obvious point is that I don’t care. Stated philosophically, I have a marked preference for the belief that I actually love dogs. Stated more simply, conditional love is no love at all. And so I love what I love with all the fierceness I can, with every beat of my heart, or not at all.


Jun 20, 2011

Loyalty is K9's quality !


Jewish court sentences dog to death by stoning


JERUSALEM (AFP) – A Jerusalem rabbinical court condemned to death by stoning a dog it suspects is the reincarnation of a secular lawyer who insulted the court's judges 20 years ago, Ynet website reported Friday.
According to Ynet, the large dog made its way into the Monetary Affairs Court in the ultra-Orthodox Jewish neighbourhood of Mea Shearim in Jerusalem, frightening judges and plaintiffs.
Despite attempts to drive the dog out of the court, the hound refused to leave the premises.
One of the sitting judges then recalled a curse the court had passed down upon a secular lawyer who had insulted the judges two decades previously.
Their preferred divine retribution was for the lawyer's spirit to move into the body of a dog, an animal considered impure by traditional Judaism.
Clearly still offended, one of the judges sentenced the animal to death by stoning by local children.
The canine target, however, managed to escape.
"Let the Animals Live", an animal-welfare organisation filed a complaint with the police against the head of the court, Rabbi Avraham Dov Levin, who denied that the judges had called for the dog's stoning, Ynet reported.
One of the court's managers, however, confirmed the report of the lapidation sentence to Israeli daily Yediot Aharonot.
"It was ordered... as an appropriate way to 'get back at' the spirit which entered the poor dog," the paper reported the manager as saying, according to Ynet.

Certain schools of thought within Judaism believe in the transmigration of souls, or reincarnation.

So did Montezuma !...

Jun 19, 2011

DON CAIROLEONE !


Egypt:
Shalit will disappear unless Israel compromises with Hamas.


New Israeli negotiator reportedly told Egyptian intelligence officials that if Hamas did not agree to latest deal for prisoner swap, there would be no deal at all
The fifth anniversary this Saturday of the abduction of Israeli soldier Gilad Shalit has seen a burst of activity on all sides to negotiate his release.
Egyptian security officials involved in the talks told Haaretz over the weekend that the approach by Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's new envoy to the talks, David Meidan, could scuttle the negotiations and lead to Shalit's "disappearance."

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Hummm !
Start with the MORON you have in your hands !
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HAARETZ - http://goo.gl/q3dV2


"compassionate leave" - REJECTED !



Jun 18, 2011

1 MORON = 1000 KILLERS

1 MORON = 1000 KILLERS

Families of captives:"exchange spy for Arab captives"
18-06-2011,09:10


Al Qassam website- Gaza- Families of Palestinian captives called on the Egyptian government not to release the Israeli spy, Ilan Grapel, except after reaching an honourable exchange deal to free Egyptian and Palestinian captives reeling inside Zionist prisons of death and torture.

Samir Asfour, father of wounded captive Ahmad Asfour, sent a letter in the name of families of Palestinian captives to the ruling Egyptian military council in which he said: “We have female captives suffering humiliation inside Zionist jails, we have child captives as well as sick captives, we appeal to you to secure their release in return for the release of the Zionist spy.”

He also sent a letter to the revolution youth calling on them to stand by the Palestinian people and called on families of Egyptian captives to campaign for their release from occupation jails.

This was revealed during a press conference held by the Captives and Ex-captives Association, Families of Captives Committee and representatives of the Ministry of Captives which was held to appeal to the government not to release the spy except in exchange of Palestinian and Arab captives in Zionist jails.

Jun 17, 2011

My friends in Virginia



Get the Jews out ! NOW !

Humanitarian Crisis Emerges in Southern Yemen

Battles in Southern Yemen between the government and suspected Al Qaeda militants are causing a humanitarian crisis. Thousands have fled the fighting in the Abyan governorate.

The United Nations World Food Programme (WFP) says over 2,000 families have sought refuge in 33 schools in the southern port city of Aden. WFP has surveyed the situation there and found that 90 percent of those displaced are entirely dependent on the host community for food needs.

WFP says more than half of those surveyed left their homes "without taking their own assets as well as their clothes."

Others sold their assets to pay for transportation to escape the fighting. Some of the displaced moved in with relatives and friends in Aden only to find that this overtaxed the resources of their hosts.The only alternative then was to move to one of the displacement centers.

The needs are great. The WFP survey found that clothes, food rations, pediatric milk and cold potable water, mattresses, bed sheets, sanitary pads, towels, soaps, and washing powder were all needed. Some of the displaced require medical and psychological care.

There is also a lack of sanitation services in 50 percent of the schools hosting the displaced.

WFP also noted a "[w]eakness in coordination between UN/NGOs, local government authorities & civil society organizations to identify emergency needs by each actor in order to facilitate timely provision of humanitarian assistance to all genuine/vulnerable IDPs and enable all to avoid duplication in assistance delivery."

This coordination will need to improve quickly, especially as more people flee to Aden as the fighting in Southern Yemen escalates.

The WFP report recommends developing several centers to host the displaced, and intensive screening for health issues and child nutrition levels.

Humanitarian needs exist throughout Yemen as the political unrest has driven up food prices. Even before the unrest unfolded, hunger and malnutrition rates were high in the country. The World Food Programme, UNICEF, and other agencies are short on funding to carry out their relief missions.

People are rallying to help organize relief, however. The Yemen Peace Project has a blog with information on ways to help those displaced in Southern Yemen.

In light of yesterday's efforts in Congress to reduce funding for the Food for Peace program, a petition to support the WFP hunger relief throughout Yemen is particularly timely.

Jun 16, 2011

In Israel we face the Enemy !

Note that all the policemen are facing the church !...
In Israel we face the Enemy !

A joint statement issued on Wednesday by the Egyptian Coptic, Anglican and Catholic Churches rejected the draft law on places of worship.

They requested amendments to certain articles, especially those stipulating that places of worship should be 1000 square meters in size, which they say would be hard to implement. They also rejected the condition that there must be at least 1km between places of worship.

They rejected the stipulation that local councils be given authority for the granting of permits, and requested that conditions for licenses be standardized.


All the ingredient you need to create a Totalitarian Sharia Caliphate are highlighted in RED !

You don't "reject" Tiranny ! You fight it and destroy it !

Jun 15, 2011

I DON'T LIKE IT !

WTF Now ?
Increased activities of UNIFIL and Hezbollah
Two days ago, Hezbollah began moving the stock of missiles toward the center of Lebanon.
A few hours ago, it was reported by UNIFIL that Hezbollah began moving troops toward the border of Israel (it is still unclear where and how close).
In response, UNIFIL sent a message to the Lebanese army to prevent any provocation by the Hezbollah on the northern border.
Another message was sent to the IDF.
I DON'T LIKE IT !
15-6-11 18:00 LT

  • SahyogPILRTI: RT @UNPeacekeeping: Lebanon: Attack on peacekeepers will not deter #UN http://tinyurl.com/3jz73ee (expand) #UNIFIL #Lebanon
    about 2 hours ago
  • SahyogPILRTI: RT @UNIFILSpokesman: Six peacekeepers injured, one of them seriously, in explosion that targeted #unifil logistics convoy on main highway near Saida, SLebanon
    about 2 hours ago
  • RT @ChallahHuAkbar: #Hezbollah and #Iran Directly Involved in Killing Syrian Civilians http://goo.gl/fb/2W1LA
  • Dutch Diplomat Abducted in Baalbek #lebanon Transferred to #Syria and Then Immediately Released #hezbollah http://bit.ly/mrm4ve (expand)
    24 minutes ago
  • Report: #hezbollah Moving Rockets over Fears of Spillover of Violence from #Syria #Lebanon, http://t.co/m86O5JF
    38 minutes ago
  • Syrian Protests Turning Against #Hezbollah - http://t.co/imFDyyI - #Syria #Daraa #Lebanon #MidEast 43 minutes ago
  • Israeli-News.com: Watch: Syrians burn Iran, Hezbollah flags - Israeli-News.com http://bit.ly/mgJNXp

  • "Jewhadist"

    "Jewhadist"
    The Interrogation :-

    Q - What's your name ?
    A - Ilan Garpel
    Q - Your father's name ?
    A - "Shark"
    Q - Your mother's name?
    A - "Eagle B66"
    Q - The purpose of your visit?
    A - The cage fight with a lion
    Q - The "Mossad Lion" ?
    A - No! The SPHINX !...

    ===

    Egyptian Media:
    Several Egyptian news outlets are running with the official version of events (the semi-official Egyptian daily Al-Ahram, for example, identifies Grapel as a "Mossad officer who tried to sabotage the Egyptian revolution"). They're also posting Facebook photos of Grapel in Tahrir Square and in his Israeli military uniform. But others are more skeptical. Al Masry Al Youm, for example, notes that "Grapel was posting openly on his Facebook page about his presence and activities in Egypt--hardly the remit of a super spy." Analyst Mohamed al-Gawady tells the paper that Israel would be unlikely to send Grapel on such a mission since "an exposé like this could severely harm the relationship between the two countries" at a precarious post-revolution moment. Egyptian blogger Hossam al-Hamalawy claims the arrest is a "cheap move" by Egyptian intelligence to paint "any public criticism against the military" as the "work of Israeli spies."

    ===

    Alan Baker, an expert in international law and a former legal counsel for the Foreign Ministry, said it was within Egypt’s sovereign rights to arrest and try a person suspected of espionage, but that in Grapel’s case, the arrest was nothing but a way for the authorities to distract the public from other goings on in the country.
    JP - http://goo.gl/CVAqs

    ===

    It became a tradition in the Arab World, to show " Mossad series " late at night during the month of Ramadan.
    The next film is already under production ! Titled :- " Tantawi Vs. Bin Garpel "
    Everybody does it ! Kaddafi, Assad, Nasser-Allah, Ajad, Abu-Mazen & Co. even the Turk - Erdogan !
    Did you see the latest master piece? "The Valley of the Wolves - Palestine" ? Finger Lickin' Good !
    Wait another two weeks for the Flotilla and you will see in 3D " The Muzomboids Vs. the IDF Mossadoids ".
    Egyptians are known for their excellent sense of humor !
    Your Mama.... Your President... Your MUHABARAT !... style...

    VIVA LA DEMOCRAPOLA !

    Damascus Behind 'Nakba' Riots

    Document: Damascus Behind 'Nakba' Riots
    by Yitzhak Benhorin | Ynetnews.com | June 15, 2011


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    Rioters storming border Photo: AFP


    British blogger posts official-looking Syrian document showing clear link between Syrian regime, deadly 'Nakba Day' riots on northern border.
    WASHINGTON – Israel's claims that Damascus was the inciting force behind the "Nakba Day" riots received unexpected support Tuesday in the form of an allegedly official Syrian document obtained by Britain's Daily Telegraph.
    According to one of the newspaper's blogs the document offers proof that Syria not only encouraged Palestinians to riot during "Nakba Day," it sent 20 buses to the border and instructed the military to allow protesters to access to the fence.
    The document, which bears an official government seal, is dated May 14 – one day before the riots on the Israel-Syria border – and is signed by Khalil Mashhadieh, the mayor of Quneitra.
    It details a meeting held between Deputy Chief of Staff of the Syrian Armed Forces Major-General Asef Shawkat and chiefs of the Syrian military intelligence branches in the border-adjacent province; and states that military forces stationed at the border were given an order to allow 20 buses carrying civilians to enter the restricted military zone and approach the border fence.

    KhalilMashhadiehDocument


    "All security, military, and contingent units in the province of Ain-el-Tina and the old al-Qunaitera are hereby ordered to grant permission of passage to all twenty vehicles... that are scheduled to arrive at ten in the morning on Sunday May 15, 2011 without being questioned or stopped until it reaches or frontier defense locations.
    "Permission is hereby granted allowing approaching crowds to cross the cease fire line (with Israel) towards the occupied Majdal-Shamms, and to further allow them to engage physically with each other in front of United Nations agents and offices. Furthermore, there is no objection if a few shots are fired in the air, " the document reads.
    The communiqué stresses that none of the civilians would be carrying military IDs or weapons, in an effort to stage a "peaceful and spontaneous" protest.
    Since civilians are barred from going near the border, if the document is indeed authentic, then it clearly points to the riots being orchestrated by the Syrian regime, in hopes of diverting international attention form its own brutal crackdown on anti-Assad protesters.
    Telegraph blogger Michael Weiss, who posted the document, asserts that it proves Damascus trying to "cynically manipulate" the West.
    Weiss, who is the spokesperson of Just Journalism, a watchdog organization that monitors coverage of Israel in British media, said that the document was leaked to him by the governor of al-Qunaitera.
    "This document – which I have good reason to believe is absolutely genuine – appears to represent the first piece of regime-created evidence that Assad has cynically tried to manipulate Western and Arabic media during three-month Syrian uprising," he said.

    Jun 12, 2011

    " Abandon all hope ! You are entering HELL ! "

    Stolen from :- http://goo.gl/jKn4q

    June 12, 2011

    Canadian Boat to Gaza - a video tribut


    Double feature!

    BTW, did you know the US boat to Gaza is called The Audacity of Hope? [HA Green Room must read

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    " Abandon all hope ! You are entering HELL ! "

    To see list of passengers on the Audacity click here. <----please click, official website, maybe they will enjoy the above videos!