Ethnic Cleansing and Demographic War

Waged by ‘Palestinians’.

In 1946, there were 97,000 Jews, 31,000 Muslims, and 30,000 Christians in Jerusalem. The number of Christians in the city dropped drastically between 1948 and 1967 (during Jordanian occupation) to 14,000, and has remained static ever since then. Meanwhile, the Muslim population grew exponentially during that time, and now constitutes about 230,000 people.

Many Christians have been targeted by Muslims, who are trying to either drive them out of cities that have traditionally had large Christian populations, or to "persuade" them to convert. In 1999, for example, radical Muslims in Nazareth rioted as they attempted to wrest land from a major Christian shrine to build a mosque. Christians in Bethlehem too have complained of being persecuted by Muslims, and being encouraged to leave. In 1946, Bethlehem was 80 percent Christian and Nazareth 60 percent; those numbers are now 20 percent and 30 percent respectively, with the percentage of Christians in the city shrinking every year. (It is not only of Jews Arabs want to get rid of. They intend to clear Israel of all ‘unclean’ people on the way to the creation of the global Islamic caliphate. Israel is first, then Europe!)

IDF Preparing Fight Arab Fifth Column.

by Gil Ronen

The IDF is training troops to fight against Arab Israeli citizens, if they rise up during wartime as they did in 2000.

Traffic blocked for a week. The most serious disruption occurred in Wadi Ara, where traffic on Highway 65 was completely blocked for an entire week. Arabs in Umm El Fahm burned down their own bank and post office, took down road signs and traffic lights and set alight cars.

Intelligence to the enemy: Another danger that the IDF is concerned about, besides an attempt to block the strategic highway, is the intelligence gathering capability of the locals. The army believes that Arab citizens may report to the enemy on the nature and numbers of forces passing through the road.

Israeli Arabs Involved in Terror to Lose Citizenship. Interior Minister Eli Yishai decided Tuesday to begin revoking the citizenship of four Israeli Arabs from northern Israel who left the country in the 1970s and were involved in activities on behalf of the Palestinian Liberation Organization (PLO) and other terror groups. (A law has to be implemented that any Israeli Arab involved in terror, hate and crimes against Israel must automatically lose their Israeli citizenship and be deported from the Jewish state!)

Enemy Within. Seven Israeli Arabs and two juveniles were arraigned at Haifa district court on charges of plotting terrorist attacks and kidnapping Israeli soldiers during Israel's Gaza operation four months ago. Nine bombs ready for detonation were found in their homes and manuals on bomb-making and abduction techniques.

Muslimization of the World

Food for Thought. by Steven Shamrak

There are many genuine people around the world, who are still suffering from occupation by others: Kurds, Armenians, Tibetans, Chechens, Western Saharans, Basques. So-called Palestinians, a recently forged mix of people, are not one of them! In fact, they are the true occupiers of Jewish land!

Business as Usual - Hamas: No Ceasefire in Gaza. Senior Hamas terrorist Ismail Radwan has announced that Hamas does not plan to seek a ceasefire with Israel in the immediate future. Radwan denied reports that Hamas was willing to call a ceasefire in order to put an end to IAF strikes in Gaza.

Duplicity of International Investigations and Condemnations. Women and children are among the dead people in two Afghani villages where houses are ruined durining the bombing by the US forces. Abdul Basir Khan, a member of Farah's provincial council, collected the names of 147 dead - 55 at one site and 92 at another. (The international response is symptomatically mute compared to the treatment Israel is commonly receiving from ‘unbiased’ international anti-Semites!)

Continuance of Terror Approved. After a meeting on Tuesday in Syria, Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad and Syrian President Bashar al-Assad told media that they continue to support what they called “Palestinian resistance” - terrorism. Two leaders also conducting meeting with the leaders of Hamas and other Palestinian Authority groups based in Damascus. During the visit Ahmadinejad cynically said: “Those who one day called Iran and Syria part of ‘the axis of evil’ now want to develop relations with Iran and Syria.” (The meeting, which approved the continuation of terror against Israel, took place at a time when the United States has increased its efforts to improve strained ties with Syria and Iran.)

Shameless Exploitation of Holocaust Memories. US President Barack Obama is preparing to follow in the foot steps of his great-uncle Charlie Payne, as a US soldier  during WW2, with a visit to the Buchenwald concentration camp in Germany. The problem is that his uncle participated in liberation of Ohrdur, a satellite camp and only last May Mr Obama said that his uncle was involved in liberation of Auschwitz, which was liberated by the Soviet troops.

Will the UN (Useless Nothing) ‘Investigate’? A mortar shell, allagetely fired by Sri Lanka's army, struck the only functioning medical facility in Sri Lanka's northern war zone today, killing 47 patients and bystanders and wounding more than 50 others. A total of 430 Tamil civilians, including 106 children, were either brought to the hospital for burial or died there.

Quote of the Week:

"The time will come, by Allah's will, when their property will be destroyed and their children will be exterminated, and no Jew or Zionist will be left on the face of this earth." - Hamas religious leader Ziad Abu Alhaj, who once participated in an international conference of "Imams and Rabbis for Peace", which vowed to "condemn any negative representation" of each other's religions.

Dead-Line for Iran Must be Set. Israeli Foreign Minister Avigdor Lieberman told Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi: "It is important that the dialogue with Iran be limited, and if after three months it will become clear that the Iranians stalling and are not shelving their nuclear program, the international community will be required to take practical measures against them", if Iran does not show positive signs of backing off from its controversial nuclear program within three months.

No Consideration for Israel’s Security. Senior Israeli military circles as staggered by the discovery that US president Barack Obama had approved a large Turkish arms sale to the Lebanese army, half of whose manpower are Shiites loyal to Hizballah. This was taken as further proof that the US president is deaf to Israel's immediate security concerns. (The US often forbids Israel to sell arms and provide military services to other countries.)

Iran: 11 Days “to Wipe Israel Out”. General Commander of the Iranian Army Ataollah Salehi spoke openly about in a TV report: “The truth is that Israel does not have the courage to attack us… I do not think we will need more than 11 days to wipe Israel out of existence”

Spain/Europe still in Dark Ages. Israel’s ambassador to Spain, Rafi Shotz, was subject to an anti-Semitic attack after he left soccer game in Madrid. Three men called him a “dirty Jew” and other anti-Semitic epithets. Spanish police witnessed the incident but did not restrain offenders.

Arab Illegal Invasion in Jerusalem. Since the 1940s, Mazen houses pop up steadily in the East Jerusalem, slowly filling a strip of land just outside the walled Old City. A United Nations report showed how deep and festering the dispute over housing has become. It estimates that as many as a quarter of the ‘Palestinian’ homes in East Jerusalem have been built without permits, housing as many as 60,000 people. (Well, it is time for them to leave Jewish land they have illegally occupied.)

Israel is a Role Model.

British Chief Rabbi Jonathan Sacks, Yom Haatzmaut speech.

Time has come for Jewish religious leaders to speak up!

If there were justice in the world, Israel would be seen as a role model among the nations.

…Not lightly does the Torah give the name Israel to our people, for
it means "you have struggled with God and with men, and have
prevailed." To be a Jew, to be a member of the people
Israel, has
always been a struggle, sometimes with God, sometimes with our fellow human beings. But that is our destiny, our call, our task.

…No one summed up the irony of our present situation better than Amos Oz. "in the 1930s our enemies said: Jews go to Palestine. Now they say: Jews out of Palestine. They don't want us to be here. They don't want us to be there.

…Why, in a world in which there are 57 Islamic states and something like 100 Christian ones, is the desire of the Jewish people to have just one state of its own seen as - God forbid - racist, exclusionary, retrograde?

…Why, alone among the almost 200 nations that comprise the United Nations, is Israel the only one whose very right to be is still called into question?

…All too often, in defense of Israel against defamation, we have had to stand alone. No people should be left to face hate alone. As Martin Luther King said, "In the end we will remember, not the words of our enemies but the silence of our friends."

…Consider the five overriding problems that will face humanity in the 21stcentury:

The environment: Israel was the first country in the modern world to plant trees, not cut them down, to reforest not deforest. Long before ecology had entered the moral imagination, the Jewish people were turning a land that for centuries lay desolate into a landscape of farms and forests and fields.

Asylum seekers: Israel is the only country other than the United States built out of asylum seekers. They came from 103 different countries, speaking 82 different languages, and out of that global mixture a nation was born.

Terror: Israel's security fence, so often described as a wall, is the only effective non-violent protection against terror yet devised in this age of global terror.

Economic: Israel is only one country in the world that has moved in fifty years from being a third world economy to a first world one.

Democratic freedom: Not only is Israel the only genuine democracy in the Middle East, but it has sustained its democratic freedoms under strains and stresses that would have broken the back of weaker cultures.