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  • Democratic Jews have their priorities ass-backwards

    09/23/2008 2:00:26 PM PDT · by tedbel · 10 replies · 322+ views
    ISRAPUNDIT ^ | SEPT 234/08 | Caroline Glick
    American Jews have good reason to be ashamed and angry today. As Iran moves into the final stages of its nuclear weapons development program - nuclear weapons which it will use to destroy the State of Israel, endanger Jews around the world and cow the United States of America - Democratic American Jewish leaders decided that putting Sen. Barack Obama in the White House is more important than protecting the lives of the Jewish people in Israel and around the world.On Monday, the New York Sun published the speech that Republican vice presidential nominee and Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin would...
  • Ahmedinejad: Israel exports disease so it can profit from curing it

    08/28/2008 7:12:34 AM PDT · by Victory111 · 13 replies · 231+ views
    Cross Action News ^ | 8-28-08 | Israel Today Staff
    Continuing his string of absurd assertions against Israel and the Jewish people at large, Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmedinejad on Tuesday stated that Israeli pharmaceutical companies are developing and exporting mystery diseases so they can then profit from selling the cures.
  • OBama speaks with Ahmedinejad

    07/24/2008 5:27:35 PM PDT · by Polarik · 1 replies · 189+ views
    World Net Daily ^ | 06/13/08 | Polarik
    Here's how I envision how Obama speaking with President Ahmadinejad without a ateleprompter: "Everybody knows that it makes no sense for you to want nukes when there is lots of oil … and ... and cheap oil, too. I mean, you can get oil everywhere, so why the nuclear power, and you don't want nukes. You don't, do you? Would you tell me if – if you want nukes, because y'know nukes are a big deal with the American public. Making nuke material, people are – they think that, 'Hey, you want to build a nuke to wipe Israel off...
  • Iran has resumed A-bomb project, says West

    07/06/2008 4:46:17 PM PDT · by Perdogg · 34 replies · 817+ views ^ | Last Updated: 11:35PM BST 06/07/2008 | By Con Coughlin
    Iran has resumed work on constructing highly sophisticated equipment that nuclear experts say is primarily used for building atomic weapons, according to the latest intelligence reports received by Western diplomats.
  • 'Indict Ahmadinejad for Inciting Genocide'

    05/19/2008 5:24:06 AM PDT · by SJackson · 19 replies · 263+ views ^ | 5-19-08 | Patrick Goodenough - As the U.S. election campaign revisits the question of whether an American president should meet unconditionally with heads of hostile regimes, a drive to haul the Iranian leader before an international court may be picking up steam. More than two years after Mahmoud Ahmadinejad began publicly calling for Israel's demise and questioning the veracity of the Holocaust, at least one government says it is looking seriously at the legal options that may be available. Last week, Ahmadinejad stepped up his rhetoric, greeting the Jewish state's 60th birthday commemorations by declaring on state television that "death and annihilation" awaited...
  • ‘Pope-bashing is going too far’

    11/15/2007 4:45:33 AM PST · by WesternCulture · 15 replies · 517+ views ^ | 11/08/2007 |
    A well-known art group has ruffled the Catholic Church’s feathers by portraying John Paul II as a paedophile. Artist group Surrend has again achieved its goal of provoking the establishment through two displays on a Polish website depicting the late Pope John Paul II as a paedophile, reported public broadcaster DR last week. The webpage, placed on the website, shows an image of the late pontiff lifting the gowns of two alter boys while saying: ‘I’m against homosexuality, but all for paedophilia.’ The second image is of the former pope burning in the flames of hell. The webpage was...
  • Official: Iran Opens 5 Border Crossings

    10/08/2007 9:17:01 AM PDT · by KeydetSocrates · 1 replies · 486+ views
    The Guardian Unlimited ^ | Oct 8 2007 | YAHYA BARAZANJI
    Monday October 8, 2007 12:01 PM By YAHYA BARAZANJI Associated Press Writer SULAIMANIYAH, Iraq (AP) - Iran opened on Monday five border crossing points with Kurdish-run northern Iraq, closed last month by Tehran to protest the U.S. detention of an Iranian here, an Iraqi Kurdish official said. Elsewhere, a joint U.S.-Iraqi raid in the Baghdad slum and Shiite stronghold of Sadr City ended in the deaths of two men, officials said. Jamal Abdullah, spokesman for the Kurdish regional government in northern Iraq, expressed relief that the crossings reopened at 9 a.m. Monday and added that the decision to reopen them...
  • Brainpower short-circuits

    09/25/2007 1:51:47 AM PDT · by suspects · 13 replies · 218+ views
    Boston Herald ^ | September 25, 2007 | Michael Graham
    If you’re Adolf Hitler’s agent and you’re trying to book a speaking gig, who do you call: Columbia University or the Carolina School of Straight Chiropractic? If you’re looking for a student to slap on a circuit board and Silly Putty and head for the airport, do you ask a drunk coed from the community college or dial MIT? If you want something done that’s really, really stupid, you need to find someone who is really, really smart. Or thinks they are, anyway. I had this epiphany reading reviews of the newest exhibition at the Boston Center for the Arts....
  • Intolerance in the Name of Tolerance

    09/24/2007 1:36:27 PM PDT · by SWBrowne · 2 replies · 192+ views
    Human Events ^ | 09/24/2007 | Cal Thomas
    Intolerance in the Name of Tolerance by Cal Thomas I would not be as bothered by Columbia University’s decision to host Iran’s President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad if Columbia and other universities had a consistent policy toward those they invite to speak and the rules applied equally to conservatives and liberals; to totalitarian dictators and to advocates for freedom and tolerance. Any conservative who has ever tried, or actually succeeded, in speaking on the campus of predominately liberal academic institutions knows it can resemble to some extent the struggle experienced by African Americans when they attempted to desegregate lunch counters in the...
  • Mahmoud Wants War

    06/17/2007 11:39:51 AM PDT · by Starman417 · 46 replies · 1,580+ views
    Pajamas Media ^ | 06-17-07 | Meir Javendanfar
    Increasingly, the angry speeches of Iran’s President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad reveal a desperate president in need of a conflict. Just a few days ago, he crossed a key rhetorical red line by expressing open hostility towards both Judaism and Christianity. While his rhetoric may seem completely reckless to the western world, in the past, there have been certain limits beyond which Mahmoud Ahmadinejad did not dare to venture. But this past week, he crossed a line which should be taken as a warning signal. In the past, the Iranian has claimed that his problem is with political ideologies and not religion....
  • Ending Iran's defiance

    02/07/2007 2:50:02 AM PST · by M. Espinola · 2 replies · 676+ views ^ | 02.07.07 | Alon Ben-Meir professor at NYU
    American pressure at this time will not be taken lightly by Iranian regime The fact that Iran stands today able to challenge or even defy the United States in every sphere of American influence in the Middle East attests to the dismal failure of the Bush administration’s policy toward it during the last six years. Feeling emboldened and unrestrained, Tehran may, however, miscalculate the consequences of its own actions, which could precipitate a catastrophic regional war. The Bush administration has less than a year to rein in Iran’s reckless behavior if it hopes to prevent such an ominous outcome and...
  • Gambian dictator's speech about his "cure" for AIDS (plans to share with Fidel)

    02/06/2007 11:42:14 AM PST · by lqclamar · 15 replies · 908+ views
    Gambian Daily Observer ^ | 1-18-07 | Yahya Jammeh
    Speech of President Yahya Jammeh of Gambia to the Gambian Congress, January 18, 2007 “I call you to this meeting and maybe you will wonder why I called you including the two Ambassadors from Cuba and Taiwan. I called the two Ambassadors and of course Rose Clair Charles because you have a direct link with the health delivery system of this country. You know that Cuba is a key partner in our health sector and Taiwan is the force behind the Medical Team in The Gambia. This is a follow up to what I said on GRTS that I will...
  • Bomb and Bombast

    12/27/2006 10:00:55 PM PST · by bruinbirdman · 3 replies · 457+ views
    The Times ^ | 12/28/06
    Iran is more vulnerable to external pressure than outsiders tend to suppose Iran’s official reaction to the modest but unanimous UN Security Council resolution passed just before Christmas is yesterday’s defiant pledge to “accelerate” the nuclear programme that has exposed it to UN sanctions. That much was to be expected, not least because of Russia’s insistence on restricting the resolution’s impact by exempting from sanctions the reactor it is building for Iran at Bushehr. The resulting text may make it slightly more difficult for Tehran to build the nuclear bomb it denies intending to possess, but no one is so...
  • (GAME) Prison Break: Escape the gentle Nazis, who would never have exterminated millions of Jews...

    12/13/2006 10:03:34 PM PST · by gophergas · 652+ views
    Nazi Prison Break GameHolocaust? What Holocaust??? In this game, you play the part of an evil American agent, caught infiltrating the gentle, peaceful Nazis. You must use your shrewdness and cunning to escape their comfortable detention center. However, if you are caught, the Nazis will lovingly perforate you. (Hope you enjoy it --- I thought it was relevant given Mr. Ahmedinejibjab's assertion that the Holocaust never happened.) Nazi Prison Break Game
  • Iran Direct Supply of IEDs to Al-Sadr Militias

    11/30/2006 11:20:54 AM PST · by daveinboca · 12 replies · 505+ views
    ABC News ^ | November 30, 2006 | daveinboca
    US Intelligence has confirmed that Iranian sources are directly supplying Shiite militias with IEDs and other weapons used against US troops, ABC reports. Iranian-made munitions found in Iraq include advanced IEDs designed to pierce armor and anti-tank weapons. U.S. intelligence believes the weapons have been supplied to Iraq's growing Shia militias from Iran's Islamic Revolutionary Guards Corps, which is also believed to be training Iraqi militia fighters in Iran. Evidence is mounting, too, that the most powerful militia in Iraq, Moktada al-Sadr's Mahdi army, is receiving training support from the Iranian-backed terrorists of Hezbollah. Two senior U.S. defense officials confirmed...
  • Ahmediniejad and WaPo's David Ignatius Agree: America should kneel before Iran

    09/10/2006 7:19:32 PM PDT · by Rickster Norfolk VA · 8 replies · 501+ views
    Washington Post reporter David Ignatius on NPR 9/6/06 NPR: "You described in one column last week the sense you get in Iran and elsewhere in the region that Iran's star is on the rise in the region." IGNATIUS: "Well, Iranians certainly tell you that. They think this is their moment. They see the United States in retreat. They look at our predicament in Iraq and have almost a kind of contempt. That's one of the dangerous things about this moment is the Iranian devaluation of American power. But they think this is their moment to emerge as the dominant country...
  • Ahmadinejad: US, Britain should pay for Zionist crimes

    07/30/2006 8:26:23 AM PDT · by markedmannerf · 21 replies · 835+ views
    Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad said the United States and Britain should pay for crimes committed by "the Zionist regime," the Fars news agency reported. Ahamdinejad said the United Nations' failure to impose an immediate ceasefire is a "mark of disgrace." (Dudi Cohen)
  • An Acceptable Ceasefire (Caroline Glick On A Post-Oslo Security Vision For Israel Alert)

    07/23/2006 8:08:02 AM PDT · by goldstategop · 2 replies · 487+ views
    Jerusalem Post ^ | 07/23/06 | Caroline Glick
    The week before Hizbullah launched its war against Israel in the country's north, Ha'aretz's chief diplomatic correspondent Aluf Benn wrote an ode to Hizbullah. Entitled, "We need a Nasrallah," Benn romanticized the terror master writing, "Nasrallah hates Israel and Zionism no less than do the Hamas leaders, [kidnapped IDF Cpl. Gilad] Shalit's kidnappers and the Qassam [rocket] squads. But as opposed to them -- he has authority and responsibility, and therefore his behavior is rational and reasonably predictable." Benn continued, "The moment Hizbullah took control over… south [Lebanon] and armed itself with thousands of Katyushas and other rockets, a stable...
  • Hitler Is Still Dead (Israel Needs To Focus On Present Not A Past Threat Alert)

    05/27/2006 5:02:02 PM PDT · by goldstategop · 21 replies · 819+ views
    Jerusalem Post ^ | 05/28/06 | Caroline Glick
    Wednesday Canada's National Post published an error correction. Last Friday, the newspaper's lead story reported that the Iranian parliament had approved legislation that would compel Jews to wear a yellow strip, Christians to wear a red strip and Zoroastrians to wear a blue strip on their clothes. The story fomented an international storm. Yet it turned out that the story was untrue - or jumped the gun. The Iranian parliament did pass legislation expressing its intention to install a compulsory Islamic dress code for the country's subjects, but it did not characterize the required attire. On its Web site last...

    04/16/2006 3:35:24 PM PDT · by Pikamax · 30 replies · 1,414+ views
    AKI ^ | 04/14/06 | AKI
    IRAN: TEXT MESSAGE TELLS PRESIDENT HE SHOULD WASH MORE Tehran, 14 April (AKI) - Iran's hardline president, Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, has apparently been incensed by an anonymous text message suggesting he does not wash enough. Ahmadinejad has taken legal action over the offending text, has fired the president of a phone company and has had four people arrested and accused of colluding with the Israeli foreign intelligence service, Mossad, the anti-government website Rooz Online reports. Poking fun at the president, the regime's senior figures and its policies, has reportedly become a national pastime in Iran. The Iranian authorities are paying particular...