Allow Israel Deal with Enemies.


A poll of US voters conducted by Public Opinion Strategies and Greenberg Quinlan Rosner Research has shown that 72 percent of voting Americans across the political spectrum believe "even with all the problems that America faces at home now, we must still work hard to stop Iran from getting nuclear weapons."

American voters are clear about what they expect from their new president. They worry about the economy, war in Iraq and Afghanistan and the success of the war on terror. At the same time, they support Israel but do not want the US to interfere in the Jewish state’s affairs:

Which TWO of the following should be the top foreign policy priority for the next president?  Is it...

57%     Ending the war in Iraq
42%     Defeating Al Qaeda and the Taliban
42%     Restoring global economic growth
19%     Bringing peace between Israel and the Palestinians
16%     Dealing with the instability of Pakistan
11%     Meeting the threat of Putin's Russia

Now, on another subject... Thinking about the ongoing conflict between Israel and the Palestinians in the Middle East, please tell me whether, in general, you consider yourself to be...

32%     a strong supporter of Israel
25%     a supporter of Israel
05%     a supporter of the Palestinians
01%     a strong supporter of the Palestinians


No More Evictions of Jews from Jewish Land!

Activists hoping to keep the Peace House in Hevron under Jewish ownership have rejected offers of help from the Council of Jewish Communities in Judea and Samaria (Yesha), according to organizer Daniella Weiss. The decision to reject the council's help was made by the forum managing the Peace House and was accepted by all of the relevant nationalist groups, she said. Among the groups that rejected the Yesha Council's attempts to participate were the Land of Israel Faithful, Youth for the Land of Israel, Women in Green, Homesh First, the Jewish Heart (HaLev HaYehudi), and Youth for the Complete Land of Israel.

"They cooperated with the government when we fought the horrible crime of the expulsion from Gush Katif; they are cooperating with the destruction of outposts and the plan to evacuate Migron,” Weiss said of the Yesha Council. "The Yesha Council's mission ended with the failure in Gush Katif.” (The inability to use human resources and organize proper resistance by the Gaza leadership, if not something more cynical, allowed Olmert’s unelected, traitorous government to deport 8,500 Jews from Gaza!)

Freedom of Speech? Israel Way. Three young men who were charged with incitement and rioting during the expulsion from Gaza will be put on trial. The three are the founders of the "National Home' movement, Shai Malka, Ariel Vangruber and Adiel Sharabani. (Only traitors, who advocate the demise of Israel, are allowed to demonstrate in Israel!)

Vision of Hypocritical Minds. U.S. President George W. Bush declared in farewell talks with Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Olmert on Monday that the vision of a Palestinian state remained alive, despite failure: "I believe that vision is alive and needs to be worked on." (How many more years of suffering and political pretence of “worked ons” must Jews endure to convince delusional leadership that Israel’s enemies do not want peace?)

Food for Thought: When Jewish people are finally able to shake off the slave mentality developed during the last two millennia, the world will see a shining country, free of terrorising neighbours. This Jewish state will then be the world’s spiritual and technological leader.  - Steven Shamrak

It is Time to Stop Worry and Start to Act. Iran said it test-fired a new generation of surface-to-surface missile with a range close to 2,000 km (1,200 miles), almost as far as another Iranian missile, Shahab 3. That would enable it to reach Israel and U.S. bases in the Gulf. (Development of an Atom bomb and testing of long-range missiles - the message is clear - Israel is the target! The Iranians have been quite frank about it.)

European anti-Semitism still Flourishing. Dozens of demonstrators rallied at Oxford University to protest against the visit by President Shimon Peres. During the speech he made there, demonstrators held signs reading ''Free Palestine'' and shouted anti-Israeli slogans. (They don’t just hate this traitor of the Jewish people. They just love to hate Jews!) with the Hidden Decay of Fascism. Sweden refuses to extradite a Danish neo-Nazi, saying that he has not committed any crime under Swedish law.

Blind 'Peace' is Like a Bad Marriage. President Shimon Peres told Diaspora Jewish leaders at the annual General Assembly of the United Jewish Committees, "making peace is a little bit like marriage [and] you have to close your eyes and accept what is possible to accept." His audience laughed and applauded. (It is due to ‘bad marriages’, which should not have occurred in the first place, that we have such a high divorce rate. But the ugliest part is that they all, the so-called Jewish ‘leadership’, applauded this stupidity!)

Quote of the Week: "Whenever the [peace] process stalls, there will be those who will pull out the Saudi plan, and the Saudis have an interest in pushing this out there now, to put on a 'constructive face' with which to greet the new US president." – unnamed Senior Jerusalem officials – Isn’t it time, after 60 years of suffering from Islamic terror, to start implementing a Jewish peace plan and free our land of enemies?

Delusional Summarization of Lies. Although the Israeli-Palestinian negotiations have yielded no agreements on core issues, US Secretary of State Rice has decided that a departmental panel will "summarize" their transcripts and hand them over to her successors.

Successful Business of Arab Countries. Police seized 82 kilos of heroin at the Jordanian border a week ago, in the biggest drug bust in the country's history. Two Arabs, aged 57 and 19, were caught carrying three large bags. (Heroin, hashish and marijuana are the major export products of the Islamic world! Oil was made by nature and is extracted by Western companies.)

'Racist' anti-Racist UN Conference. Israel had made a final decision not to participate in a U.N. forum on racism and urged other countries to boycott what she termed an "anti-Israel tribunal." In 2001 Israel and the United States walked out of the first conference in Durban, South Africa, in protest over draft texts branding Israel as a racist and apartheid. The United Nations said it regretted the decision. (The UN never regrets when Israel is deliberately excluded from participating in many UN sponsored conferences, committees etc… The UN is not a racist organization it is just an anti-Semitic one!)

Another Hamas Joke. Hamas is still committed to the temporary ceasefire with Israel, senior Hamas member Mahmoud Zahar has announced. The announcement came shortly after Gaza terrorists fired rockets at Israeli towns in the western Negev. (The key word “temporary”. It does not permit Israel to carry out counter-terrorism operations in Gaza, but it allows Hamas to get ready to attack Israel at any time!)

Jewish Knight? Buckingham Palace said Queen Elizabeth II has given Israeli President Shimon Peres an honorary knighthood. The palace says the royal presented the Israeli head of state with the Order of St. Michael and St. George today. (Has he defended or betrayed the virtue of the Jewish people? As it is the latter, why has the traitor been rewarded with a knighthood of non-Jewish orders!)

West Bank Outburst - Result of Pathetic Policy.

source: DEBKAfile

On one day, Tuesday Nov. 11, there were 30 Palestinian attacks on Israeli soldiers and border police officers on the West Bank, leaving four injured, including two policemen and an army platoon commander. The security situation plummeted from last month after Israel units were prohibited from posting snipers to defend them against Palestinian attacks. The prohibition came down from the office of prime minister Ehud Olmert and defense minister Ehud Barak. It was quickly picked up by the Palestinians, who realized that the IDF’s hands were tied.

By Tuesday, Palestinian terror peaked. They hurled firebombs and rocks at two border police bases in Abu Dis in southern Jerusalem and Atarot at the northern end of the capital and hit four IDF patrols. At Tekoa, southeast of Bethlehem, flying rocks pinned down a military force for hours until it was relieved by reinforcements. Rocks and bottle bombs hit at least 14 passing cars, seriously damaging some of them. Rioting Palestinians in Hebron and its vicinity hurled six firebombs, blocked main junctions with burning tires and set fire to a Jewish-owned wheat-field.

According to security sources, if this goes on and the government sticks to its policy of non-response, there is nothing to stop the Palestinian gangs from moving on to firearms. The US-trained PA security forces, funded by US taxpayers, keep to the main towns and do not venture outside. Palestinian terrorists have therefore won the freedom to terrorize most parts of the West Bank.