European Symbolism is anti-Semitic!

by Steven Shamrak

It was disgusting to watch the French Parliament celebrating with long standing ovations another ‘symbolic’ recognition of an Islamic terror state of non-existing (fake) nation! Do these French/European Jew-haters rejoice the same way when they adopt other resolutions?

At the time, when Pakistan, Afghanistan, Iraq, Syria, Nigeria, Somalia and other states are under the threat from Islamic terror - the EU, one of the bastions of Western democracy, is consumed by the ‘important’ issue - the recognition of some of the oldest and ‘original’ Islamic terrorist organizations, PLO and Hamas, the so-called Palestinian state. It seems that ugliness of traditional anti-Semitism is hard to weed out from the hearts of European ‘Jew-lovers’!

There are many genuine people and ethnic groups around the world who are still suffering from occupation by others - Kurds by Turkey, Iran, Syria and Iraq; Tibetans and Urdus by China; Chechens and others by Russia; Western Saharans by Morocco; Basques by France and Spain etc... The so-called Palestinians were forged by Arab countries with the help of the Soviet Union in the mid- 1960’s are not one of them. They are a mixed bag of people who came recently to Jewish land from all over the former Ottoman Empire! In fact, they are occupiers of the Jewish land and they are used by Arab states as well as by international anti-Semitic bigots to wipe off the only Jewish state from the map!

Anti-Semitic Political Blackmail

France is working on a "final" diplomatic push to overcome the impasse between Israelis and PA, including by setting a two-year timeframe to end the conflict through a UN-backed resolution. "If this final effort to reach a negotiated solution fails, then France will have to do what it takes by recognizing without delay the Palestinian state," said Foreign Minister Laurent Fabius. (Now Abbas has clear incentive not to negotiate with Israel at all and make sure that no agreement is reached within two years!)

Is Obama ‘Quiet’ Enemy of Israel?

State Department spokeswoman Marie Harf dodged several questions on report that the Obama administration is considering imposing sanctions on Israel for continuing construction on Jewish homes in Jerusalem. (Obama did not impose sanctions on the PA when tens of thousands of rockets were fired at Israel by Palestinians and terror attacks are still a daily ‘normality’ in the Jewish state!)

Israeli warplanes bombed positions near Damascus airport and in Dimas, near Lebanese border; strikes allegedly targeted S-300 missile launchers on route to Hezbollah.

Food for Thought by Steven Shamrak

Anti-Israel bias of International media has many faces. At the same time as news about death of Australian cricketer, Phillip Hughes, was reported by major TV networks several times, the death of Hillel Awaskar, international umpire and former captain of Israel's cricket team, who has died after being hit by a ball during a cricket match in the Israeli city of Ashdod was not even mentioned! It seems that international ‘Israel-lovers’ don’t think that Jewish cricketer needs the world’s sympathy.

Israel Must Take Lead from Egypt

Egypt has forcibly evicted an estimated 1,165 families in Rafah so that it can clear a buffer zone by the Gaza border, charged the human rights group Amnesty International. According to Amnesty, Egypt has destroyed some 800 homes in November in response to an attack on one of its military checkpoints in north Sinai on October 24. Clearing a buffer zone to stop Hamas from building infiltration and smuggling tunnels from Gaza into Egypt is one of the steps Egypt is taking to protect its armed forces from attacks by militant groups, Amnesty said. (Amnesty International softly condemns and deliberately justifies Egypt at the same time. Israel has more justifiable reasons to create a ‘buffer-zone’ in all Gaza!)

Egyptian Buffer Zone Collapses Gaza Economy

The Egyptian buffer zone along the Sinai border with Gaza has sent prices soaring in the Hamas-ruled enclave. Egypt has been imposing a severe siege so as to cut down the flow of weapons and cash for Hamas in the tunnels; Hamas is a Gaza offshoot of the Muslim Brotherhood group currently clashing with the Egyptian military-backed government. That siege was tightened last October after lethal attacks in northern Sinai. (Egypt imposed blockade on Gaza but Israel is blamed!)

EU Losing its Cool - Time Running out for Gaza

Time is running out to get post-war reconstruction going in Gaza, which needs not only cement and bricks but also fundamental political change, the EU's representative said during a visit to the enclave. Another obstacle is the failure so far of Hamas and the PA, led by President Mahmoud Abbas in the West Bank, to overcome their differences.

Wild Pigs Libel Accusation

Mahmoud Abbas claimed wild pigs are being released by Israelis to intimidate so-called Palestinians. “Every night they release wild pigs against us”. The accusation of using wild pigs as a weapon is not new. In the same speech, however, Abbas (pretentiously) called for bridges of love not war, instead of a “racist” fence, between the two communities. (This ‘racist pig’ must be kept not just behind the fence, but thrown far beyond Israel’s border!)

This is no Way for a NATO Member to Act

Shin Bet (Israel Security Agency) and IDF thwarted the Hamas cell that had its nerve center headquartered in Turkey. “Is this the sort of thing that one expects from a NATO state?” an official said.  This was the second time this year the Shin Bet uncovered a Hamas cell in the West Bank with ties to Turkey - several months ago a Hamas sell plotted to overthrow PA President Mahmoud Abbas.

Iran: Americans have Surrendered

Top Iranian leaders have been celebrating a recently inked extension in nuclear negotiations with the West, saying “Americans have very clearly surrendered to Iran’s might”. As negotiations in Vienna break up so that leaders from all sides can return to their countries for further deliberations, the Iranians have already begun mocking the West and insisting that the country’s nuclear rights will soon be recognized.

Lieberman - is he a Radical or Another Traitor?

Yisrael Beiteinu leader Foreign Minister Avigdor Lieberman has recently finished work on a document detailing his party's platform. In the document Lieberman says there is no choice but to give up on the idea of a Greater Israel, Eretz-Israel, in return for a comprehensive agreement with the Arab world. Lieberman has long called for talks with Saudi Arabia and other moderate Arab states - as opposed to the Palestinians - as part of a bid to achieve normalization, which he views as Israel's true interest. (The term “Moderate Arab states” is a deliberately created delusion! Fake negotiations are used by corrupt politicians to prolong conflict, which could have been resolved long time ago.)

Professional Refugees, ‘Palestinians’, won’t Suffer Funding Crisis

More than 1.7 million Syrian refugees will face a food shortage due to a "funding crisis," in the United Nations World Food Program. The WFP had to suspend its program providing food vouchers, which refugees use in Jordan, Lebanon, Turkey, Iraq, and Egypt. (For over 60 years millions of fake refugees, so-called Palestinians, have been draining UN resources, and international anti-Semites eagerly support them.)

Normal Islamic Behavior - No International Outrage!

Nigeria suffered one of its bloodiest terrorist attacks a week ago when three bombs exploded outside the Central Mosque in the northern city of Kano, killing at least 120 people. The assault was timed to coincide with Friday prayers and the blasts injured another 260 worshippers. As the blasts tore through the crowd, gunmen opened fire with automatic weapons. (It is no problem, for international bigots, when Muslims kill each other even during Friday prayer in a mosque. When Israel attacks terrorists, who were using mosques and UN facilities as a cover, condemnations come from ‘friends’ and enemies immediately!)

‘Ugly Nothing’ is not in a Rush to Investigate Itself

The United Nations has begun investigating attacks that hit UN facilities during last summer's Gaza war and how Hamas came to store weapons at several UN schools. (It will be definitely another anti-Israel biased report with a white-wash of the facts to exonerate Hamas and the UN!)

Kerry Blames Israel Again

Kerry said that whatever government will be formed, he hoped it would be able to "negotiate and move towards resolving differences between Israelis and Palestinians." (He conveniently forgot that the PA abandoned the peace talks, forming a unity agreement with Hamas and breaching the Oslo Accords by making unilateral moves.)

Palestinians 'imprisoned' - No International Outcry

Egypt kept the Rafah crossing closed to those looking to exit Gaza since October 25. Egypt has opened the crossing just once in one direction for two days, allowing residents of Gaza to return home. More than 10,000 medical patients with dire health conditions are currently living in the Gaza Strip, unable to seek adequate care due to the continuous closure of the Rafah crossing. (Muslim countries do not care about the well-being of their ‘brothers’, why must Israel care about the enemies of the Jewish state?)

Quote of the Week:

“Gaza will never become like Paris, but Paris will become like Gaza!” - Comment on Internet, after the French parliament recognised Palestine, the non-existing state of fake people.

Likud Must Return to the Zionist Way!

MK Danny Danon, who heads the Likud Central Committee said that elections could have been prevented, and said he hoped the Likud will learn the lesson from the coalition collapse. “The makeup of the coalition undermined the governance; the mistake was that instead of forming a government with Bennett and the religious parties, (Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu) first of all added Tzipi Livni. That was a mistake, and we saw that Livni and Lapid did nothing but mess things up.”

Political Recycling Bad for Israel - Unholy Mirage of the Left

Both Labor and Yesh Atid parties offered Hatnua leader second spot on united list; Livni, Herzog meet in Washington to discuss joint run; Mofaz might also join Herzog-Livni list. While no agreements have been finalized yet, former justice minister Tzipi Livni is being wooed by both Labor leader Isaac Herzog and Yesh Atid leader Yair Lapid as part of the center-left parties' attempt to form a united front against Lukud.

Election - Self-Hating Left Losing Ground!

(Einstein said: "Insanity: doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results." It is not the first time Netanyahu invited anti-Zionist Left parties to the government, allowing them to sabotage the Jewish national agenda. Is he a leader of the Likud party, or is it better if he joins the enemy camp and stops the pretence?)

After Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu fired ministers Yair Lapid and Tzipi Livni last Tuesday paving the way for snap elections, a Channel 2 poll has shown what results can possibly be expected from the upcoming voting session.

According to the poll, Likud would remain the largest party if elections were held today, gaining 22 mandates. Jewish Home would strengthen to 17 mandates. The third largest party would be Labor, at 13 seats.

Likud needs to change leader: When respondents were asked whether they want Netanyahu to remain prime minister after the vote - 60% percent said “No”, 34% said “Yes” and 6% did not know.

Yisrael Beytenu would gain ten seats, and the as yet unnamed new party of former Likud minister Moshe Kahlon would likewise gain ten, becoming the surprise of the elections.

The biggest loser in the elections would be Yair Lapid's Yesh Atid party, which was predicted to drop from 19 seats to a mere nine mandates. Livni's Hatnua would also weaken, dropping to four mandates.

The Shas party would like Yesh Atid get nine seats, the United Torah Judaism would get eight, radical leftist Meretz (‘Communist’) party would get seven, while the three Arab parties would get 11 seats together.

Kadima, headed by MK Shaul Mofaz, would not pass the minimum threshold to make it into the Knesset according to the poll. (Good riddance - let hope that Yesh Atid and Hatnua parties will follow suit soon, preferably during the next election!)