The Rulers of Israel.

1) PM Ehud Olmert is linked to yet another suspicious real estate deal. A home registered in his wife’s name was sold in 1996 to American business tycoon Uri Harkham of Los Angeles, for the amount of $650,000. Harkham sold the property on Sept 20, 2000 for $400,000.

2) The police investigation of President Moshe Katzav has widened to include allegations of wiretapping, fraud and breach of public trust. The police have been investigating President Katzav because of allegations of sexual misconduct brought by two women.

When the press is in bed with Corrupt Government. Haaretz Editor David Landau speaking on 28 September at a conference at Bar Ilan University said: “The Haaretz newspaper supported the disengagement in order to stop the corruption that resulted from the continued occupation of Gaza (he meant: removal of the Jews from the Jewish land), it was possible to ignore small corruption (he meant: grabby, greedy and unscrupulous left-wind politicians, who do not care about future of Israel and Jews)." (…journalists like him have no professional integrity also!)

Food for Thought. by Steven Shamrak

Prime Minister Ehud Olmert suggested that the definition of Zionism needed to be severely diluted to accommodate the self-hating political left. – No one has the right to change the more than 2000 years of Jewish inspiration, especially a person of his gutless and corrupt stature!

Making the World a Better Place. An Israeli expert in vegetables and field crops, Yigal Cohen received the "Mountain of the Sky Award", the highest award for excellence given by China to foreign experts who provide an extraordinary contribution to the development of Shinjiang province.

Lebanon was not an Innocent  Victim. Lebanese Prime Minister Fuad Siniora said that Hizbollah would not be disarmed "for as long as Israel was occupying a part of Lebanon". "The Israeli occupation justifies the existence of Hizbollah".

Not Bad for “Little Sh..y Country”. The Israel economy has been ranked as number 15 in the world by the WEF (the World Economic Forum), rising 8 places with respect to its previous rank. Israel is also ranked as number 3 in the class of "Openness to technology." 

Political Comedians. French FM Douste-Blazy was able to say with a straight face that Iran is a great force for stability in the Middle East. That one surely brought down the house, especially when President Ahmadinejad, our answer to the "soup Nazi," said (again) that Israel should be destroyed. Not to be outdone, his boss, President Chirac, said that Iran is a great country and recommended negotiations rather than sanctions…

Quote of the Week.

“To successfully resist influence of others, knowledge of oneself is most important!” – statement made by Teal'c, an alien from “StarGate SG-1”.

We Have No Partners for Peace. Defense Minister Amir Peretz, who is one of the early leaders of the "peace camp," told the Palestinian-Israeli Peace Forum: "It's not the case that Israel has rejected partners for peace. It's more correct to understand that every time Israel sought a partner over the past year, there wasn't one available." In his address, he said that all factions within the PA refused to take responsibility for the rockets barraging Israel.

Where are the Peace-Loving and Self-Hating Hypocrites? Last week an al-Qaida-linked group posted a Web video showing the bodies of two U.S. soldiers being dragged behind a truck and set on fire. Another al-Qaida related group in Iraq - posted a video in June showing soldiers' mutilated bodies and claiming it killed them. The video showed masked men dragging the corpses, first by hand, then behind a truck, beheading one of them and then setting them on fire. (…why are they silent when purveyors of Islamic terrorism brag about their hateful monstrous deeds?)

Islamic Infiltration. The Hezbollah group invading Venezuela is doing its work openly on the Venezuelan side of the Guajira Peninsula. The Islamic fanatics of Hezbollah are rapidly indoctrinating the members of the Wayuu tribe in order to convert them to Islam.

Gaza Arms. Shin Bet chief Yuval Diskin told the Cabinet on Wednesday that since Israel’s withdrawal from the Gaza Strip last year around 20 tons of military-grade explosives and hundreds of rifles have reached Gaza from Egypt. Terrorist factions are trying to bring in advanced anti-tank and anti-aircraft missiles, with Egyptian authorities doing enough to stop the flow.

Living in Fear, in Jerusalem. Fearing violence by Muslim mobs fired-up by the Ramadan sermons now being delivered daily atop Jerusalem's Temple Mount, Israeli authorities have instructed Jewish residents of parts of the capital's Old City to remain indoors during the evening hours. (Why are Muslims not instructed to stay indoors in the Jewish state?)

Why is it Always Later? Pakistan's leader said week ago that his nation will one day recognize and establish formal ties with Israel, but not until the Jewish state first surrenders its biblical heartland to the so-called "Palestinians."

Arabs did Recognized Israel in 1919.
by Chuck Morse.

The Arab position is that Jewish settlements on the West Bank and Gaza are "illegal" because they interfere with the right, usually articulated with vague references to international law, of the Arabs to create an all-Arab state west of the Jordan. In addition, over 50% of the Arab population on the West Bank and Gaza, according to a recent poll, support the idea of Arab control over all of "historic Palestine" which is to say they support Israel's destruction. History stands witness to the falseness of these claims.

The fact is that the international community, including the emerging Arab nations, recognized Israel at the 1919 Paris Peace Conference which was held by the victorious Allies in order to settle international questions after the 1918 Armistice ended World War-I. An official Arab and Zionist delegation, as well as delegations from nations and groups from around the world, were invited to attend the conference. The head of the Arab delegation, Emir Feisal, great-grandfather of Abdallah, the present King of Jordan, agreed that "Palestine" would be the Jewish homeland.

Feisal accepted the British Balfour Declaration of Nov. 2, 1917, which afforded recognition to a Jewish national homeland, and agreed with the Zionist delegation stating, "All such measures shall be adopted as we afford the fullest guarantee of carrying into effect the British Government's Balfour Declaration." Emir Feisal confirmed this determination in a March 3, 1919…

Footnote: Following WWI, the League of Nations established a system of "Mandates." In theory, the Mandate system had the benevolent intention of preparing the "natives" of various regions for self-government. The basis of the mandate system was Article 22 of the Covenant of the League of Nations. The Palestine Mandate was formalized on July 24, 1922: “Whereas the Principal Allied Powers have also agreed that the Mandatory should be responsible for putting into effect the declaration originally made on November 2nd, 1917, by the Government of His Britannic Majesty, and adopted by the said Powers, in favour of the establishment in Palestine of a national home for the Jewish people…” If Arab countries and the rest of the world refuse to recognize the right of Jews to all Palestine, they must reject the benefits of Arab statehoods, as they are all based on the same League of Nations’ Mandate system.

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