Fake Nation Nightmare

by Steven Shamrak.

According to all reputable anti-terrorist experts, negotiation with terrorists is a bad practice. It gives them legitimacy and encourages raising of the level of terror. The aim of terrorists is to destabilize society and facilitate the change of public opinion in support of their cause, whatever it is, regardless of its legitimacy.

Basque, Tibetans and Kurds have legitimate national claims. All of them have historical connections with their land, as well as the language, cultural and national heritage. In spite of this, neither Spain, France, China, five Central Asian countries, nor the United Nations have made any attempt to address their grievances. Strong legal and military measures are used to discourage any independence tendencies.

The idea of a Palestinian people was born in the middle of the 1960’s, after Arab states realized that it was impossible to destroy Israel using military force. The plan for destruction of the state of Israel through political maneuvering, propaganda campaigns and diplomatic arm-twisting was drawn and put into action.

After forty years of well-designed and persistently executed plans, the ‘Fake Nation’ is becoming real in the minds of many. Even Jews, exhausted by Arab terror and desperate for at least an illusion of peace, began to lean toward the idea. It has only become possible due to the weak and complacent leadership in Israel and Western leaders' lack of understanding of Islam's real goal.

It is time to return to basics, scrutinize the facts of history and wake up from this mesmerizing nightmare!

Gutless Policy Creates Ugly Reality!

The Ministerial Committee for Legislation rejected a bill that would have placed the Jewish communities of Judea and Samaria under Israeli sovereignty. The bill would have removed the threat of "construction freezes" and similar steps from the communities in Judea and Samaria, by taking them out of the jurisdiction of the Defense Ministry.

Food for Thought. by Steven Shamrak

Some people, with good intentions, make apologetic justifications like “Israel needs Judea and Samaria to be secure”. This sends the wrong message of weakness. Jews need to reclaim all parts of Eretz-Israel, land of Israel - ancestral Jewish land, as integral parts of the Jewish state. We must not apologise for wanting what is rightfully ours!

Another 'Friend' of Israel

Israel summoned Jordan's envoy on Tuesday to express anger over the Jordanian justice minister's call to free a soldier who killed seven Israeli schoolgirls in 1997. Israel's foreign ministry expressed "revulsion and shock at the statements of the minister, especially since they were made by the person entrusted with law and justice."

No More Lies. We're Keeping Hevron

Israel must make it clear that Jews will remain in the city of Hevron, Education Minister Gidon Saar said. “We must not mislead the Arabs into thinking that one day there will be no Jews living in Kiryat Arba and Hevron.” A Jewish presence in the Biblical city is crucial “in order to maintain our ability to visit and pray in the Tomb of the Patriarchs, one of the most important places to the Jewish people,” Saar explained. (And, it is Jewish land!)

Drums of War

Hezbollah leader, Hassan Nasrallah, told the Iranian-backed group’s members on Wednesday to be prepared to invade northern Israel if war breaks out. “I tell the holy warriors of the Islamic resistance to be ready for a day when, if war is imposed on us, your command might ask you to control the Galilee area,” the leader said in a televised speech, calling northern Israel “the Galilee”.

Rewarding Terrorists

Shawan Jabarin, whom Israel’s Supreme Court has described as a “Jekyll and Hyde” of international terrorism has been appointed by Human Rights Watch (HRW) to its advisory board. The board oversees the sensitive reporting on Arab-Israeli affairs. In 1985 he belonged to a Birzeit University student group associated with the PFLP, indicted as a terror group, by 30 countries. It’s a selection that has angered leading figures within HRW. Robert Bernstein, the founding chairman and now chairman emeritus stated, “I am of course shocked but even more saddened that an organization dedicated to the rule of law seems to be deliberately undermining it.” (The Human Rights Council does it all the time, when Israel is concerned! People like me, dedicated to the Zionist dream of the Jewish people, are never invited or asked for advice!)

Nobody Cares when Arabs Snub the US

On February 18 Arab nations called for a vote in the United Nations Security Council on a draft resolution demanding a halt to Israeli settlement construction, it produced the Obama administration’s first UN veto. The PA and Egyptian envoys said the group decided to put the measure to a vote after rejecting a US offer to increase pressure on Israel to stop settlement activity in exchange for the withdrawal of the text. “Too little, too late,” Egyptian Ambassador Maged Abdelaziz said. (Arabs can ignore, snub and reject the US ideas, then so can Israel. We must start working toward reunification of all Jewish land, Eretz-Israel!)

Another Challenge to Obama

In a stunning move, the U.S. Supreme Court has scheduled another ‘conference’ on a legal challenge to Barack Obama's eligibility to occupy the Oval Office. The court has confirmed that it has distributed a petition for rehearing in the case brought by attorney John Hemenway on behalf of retired Col. Gregory Hollister and it will be the subject of a conference on March 4.

Political Incorrectness of Israel's Enemies is Ignored by Press

Jordan's new Justice Minister Hussein Mjali called Israel an "enemy and terrorist state" in an interview with Jordanian Arabic-news daily during protest in support of a convicted terrorist who killed seven Israeli schoolgirls in 1997. (Just imagine how much noise would be created by ‘non-bias’ international media if a similar statement was made by Israel about Jordan or Egypt!)

Quote of the Week:

“All of us recognize that this great religion (Islam), in the hands of a few extremists, has been distorted.” - Barack Hussein Obama

“Those who know nothing of Islam pretend that Islam counsels against war. Those [who say this] are witless. Islam says: Kill all the unbelievers just as they would kill you all!” - Ayatollah Khomeini - I am aware that President Obama studied Koran in a high school, while he was living with his family in Indonesia. But who is a better authority on Islam, him or Ayatollah? Political blindness and inaction only facilitate more Islamic terror!

Egypt is Conniving Peace Partner

Two Iranian warships transited the Suez Canal and have reached the Mediterranean, Iran state TV announced Sunday, Feb. 20. Tehran and Cairo have connived fake delays to obscure the ships' movements. The region was beset with a sandstorm on Sunday, which would have masked the flotilla from spy satellites.

WORLD CONFLICTS - Why Focus on Israel?

Researchers have calculated that since 3600 BC, there have been 14,531 wars resulting in 3 billion deaths over the years (current world population is 5 billion).  Peace prevailed for a total of only 292 years on earth, about 5% of the time.

Most of the major conflicts in the world are sparked and sustained by extreme Muslim ideology. Islamic expansionistic drive, disrespect toward beliefs of others that is what motivates modern day barbarians. Millions have been killed and displaced by those conflicts. This is a short list of some of the main current world conflicts inspired by Islam:

Algeria vs. Islamic Groups                             -  Religious vs. Secular Rule

Iraqis: Sunni vs. Shi'ite vs. Kurds                 -  Religious and Territory

India vs. Kashmir, Pakistan                           -  Territory and Religious

Indonesia vs. Irian Jaya and Aceh                -  Autonomy and Religious

Philippines vs. Muslim Separatists              -  Territory and Religious

Russia vs. Chechens                                      -  Independence, Religious

Thailand vs. Muslim Separatists                   -  Religious and Territory

For a list of Ongoing World Conflicts:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_ongoing_military_conflicts