Keyword: palistinian

Brevity: Headers | « Text »
  • US Ambassador: 'Best weapon against BDS - a Palestinian state'

    06/15/2016 8:09:40 AM PDT · by Nachum · 20 replies
    inn ^ | 6/15/16 | Yoni Kempinski, Arutz Sheva staff
    US Ambassador to Israel Daniel Shapiro addressed the 2016 Herzliya Conference on Wednesday, noting the close social, economic, and political ties between the US and Israel. “Israel is home to over 2,500 US firms,” Shapiro said, pointing out that there “are more Israeli companies listed on the NASDAQ exchange than Indian, Japanese, and Korean listings combined.” Looking to shore up President Barack Obama’s pro-Israel bona fides after more than seven years of diplomatic tensions with the Israeli government, Shapiro claimed the US President admired Israel for its many accomplishments. “’Americans admire a people’, said President Nixon, “who can scratch a...
  • Bill Clinton: I killed myself to give the Palestinians a state

    05/14/2016 3:21:45 PM PDT · by Eleutheria5 · 75 replies
    Arutz Sheva ^ | 14/6/16 | Ari Soffer
    Former President Bill Clinton delivered an impassioned defense of both his own foreign policy legacy and that of his wife, Hillary Clinton, who is currently the Democratic front runner for presidential elections later this year. During a Friday campaign event in Ewing Township, New Jersey, Clinton was heckled over his wife's support for Israel - prompting the former president to hit back, blaming the Palestinians for turning down generous peace offers. "She and the Muslim Brotherhood president of Egypt stopped the shooting war between Israel and Hamas in Gaza," Clinton responded to the heckler, who had shouted "What about Gaza?"...
  • Clinton mulled secret plan to spark Palestinian unrest

    01/11/2016 1:04:24 PM PST · by Nachum · 23 replies
    inn ^ | 1/11/16 | Gil Ronen
    Four years ago, then-secretary of state Hillary Clinton considered a secret plan created by her advisers to clandestinely foment unrest among Arabs in Judea and Samaria, in order to push the Israeli government back to the negotiating table. The revelation arises from emails released as part of the investigation into the Democratic presidential frontrunner’s private email server. The Washington Free Beacon reported Monday that in a December 18, 2011, email, former US ambassador to Israel Thomas Pickering suggested that Clinton consider restarting peace negotiations by stirring up Palestinian demonstrations against Israel. Pickering described the idea as a potential “game changer...
  • Michigan: Muslim State Dept rep defends “Palestinian” stabbings of Jews, says foes of stabbings

    12/31/2015 2:41:44 PM PST · by Nachum · 14 replies
    jihad watch ^ | 12/31/15 | Robert Spencer
    “In 2012, she represented the State Department’s U.S.-Middle East Partnership Initiative (MEPI) in the Jameed Festival in Jordan…” She thinks Jews are animals, but who cares? Remember: “Islamophobia”! Lina Allan, a Palestinian-Jordanian activist who lives in Michigan, published a video in which she attempted to rebut the position of people who prohibit the stabbing of Jews by Palestinians. Allan called on these people to not talk about something they don’t understand and to “go back to watching Turkish soap operas” instead. She added that objecting to the stabbing of Jews is like defending animal rights “at best.” In 2011, Allan...
  • Something else the 'moderate' 'Palestinian Authority' and Hamas can agree on: No refugees from

    09/04/2015 1:55:29 PM PDT · by Nachum · 1 replies
    Israel Matzav ^ | January 04, 2013 | Carl in Jeruslaem
    Hamas and the 'more moderate' 'Palestinian Authority' have found something else they can agree upon: They are both unwilling to take in 'Palestinian refugees' from Syria. The reason is that they don't want to create a precedent that those refugees will return to a 'Palestinian state' rather than being used to destroy the Jewish state of Israel if God forbid there is ever a 'two-state solution.' I kid you not (Hat Tip: Memeorandum). Finding themselves increasingly isolated, some 150,000 Palestinian refugees in Syria — there are approximately 350,000 in total in the country — were forced to flee the Yarmouk...
  • In Camp David homage, Obama says Israeli-Palestinian peace 'seems distant now'

    05/14/2015 5:32:32 PM PDT · by Nachum · 13 replies ^ | 5/14/15 | MICHAEL WILNER
    CAMP DAVID -- Sixty-seven years to the day since Israel declared independence, and 37 years since it signed a peace accord with Egypt here at the American presidential retreat in Maryland, US President Barack Obama cast doubt on the prospects for peace between Israel and the Palestinian people on Thursday after meeting with Arab leaders. A final Israeli-Palestinian accord "seems distant now," Obama said from Camp David, reiterating the US position that an agreement recognizing two states for two peoples is "absolutely vital" for greater Middle East peace. "Since we're up here at Camp David, I think it's important to...
  • Obama says there won't be a 'peace agreement,' blames Netanyahu, will try to force creation of

    03/24/2015 6:37:23 PM PDT · by Nachum · 29 replies
    Israel Matzav ^ | 3/24/15 | Carl in Jerusalem
    Barack Hussein Obama has acknowledged the 'reality' that there won't be a 'peace agreement' during his term in office, and has decided instead to attempt to force the creation of a 'Palestinian state' through the United Nations. For all of this he blames Binyamin Netanyahu. In a stark assessment of U.S.-Israel relations, Mr. Obama, speaking at a news conference, put a firm end to one of the top foreign-policy goals of his second term: a Middle East peace deal that includes the creation a Palestinian state.“What we can’t do is pretend that there’s a possibility for something that’s not...
  • 'We can't forget' Netanyahu comments on Palestinian statehood, US says

    03/19/2015 11:55:56 AM PDT · by Nachum · 20 replies ^ | 3/19/15 | Herb Keinon
    Despite attempts by Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to clarify comments made during his election campaign that a Palestinian state would not emerge under his tenure, the White House will nevertheless "still evaluate" its policy on the Middle East peace process, Press Secretary Josh Earnest told reporters on Thursday. The prime minister's comments, he said, call into question his commitment to the pursuit of peace and have forced the US government to reassess the the government's stance. With a sharpened tone since first reacting to Israel's election results on Wednesday,Earnest characterized Netanyahu's suggestion that Arabs were voting "in droves" against him...
  • White House seeks to replace Netanyahu? ID'd 'moderate' leader who can push for Palestinian state

    03/17/2014 10:20:42 AM PDT · by Nachum · 98 replies
    WND ^ | 3/17/14 | Aaron Klein
    TEL AVIV – In recent weeks, representatives for the Obama administration have held meetings with a senior politician here in which the U.S. delegates brought up the possibility of replacing Benjamin Netanyahu as prime minister, according to an informed Jerusalem diplomatic source. The meetings were held with Israel’s popular finance minister, Yair Lapid, founder and leader of the Yesh Atid Party, which became the second-largest party in the Knesset winning 19 seats in the last election. The diplomatic source said the Obama administration identified Lapid as a moderate who could be helpful in pushing the Israeli government into accepting the...
  • Government okays release of second group of 26 Palestinian prisoners for peace talks

    10/27/2013 11:27:12 AM PDT · by Nachum · 4 replies ^ | 10/27/13 | Tovah Lazaroff, jpost staff
    A ministerial committee headed by Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu on Sunday approved the list of 26 Palestinian prisoners to be released in the second stage of Israel's commitment to the Palestinian Authority to resume peace negotiations. The names of the pre-Oslo prisoners were expected to be published later Sunday night. Earlier Sunday, a bill sponsored by the Bayit Yehudi Party to ban future Palestinian prisoners release failed to pass the Legislative Ministerial Committee by an eight-to-five vote, as a separate panel prepares this evening to approve such a release.
  • ‘Moderate’ Palestinian Leader Swears: ‘If We Had a Nuke, We’d Have Used It This Very Morning’

    05/13/2013 11:58:54 AM PDT · by Nachum · 22 replies
    the blaze ^ | 5/13/13 | Sharona Schwartz
    Jibril Rajoub, a senior Palestinian Authority official who is frequently characterized as a “moderate” in both the Western and Israeli media, said on Lebanese television that if the Palestinians had a nuclear weapon they would have nuked Israel “this morning.” Palestinian Media Watch (PMW) discovered and translated to English the interview Rajoub gave to Lebanon’s Al Mayadeen TV on April 30. Rajoub also posted the video clip to his own Facebook page, according to PMW. When the interviewer referred to peace talks with Israel as “the negotiations game,” Rajoub suggested that the Palestinian Authority [PA] engages in negotiations because it...
  • The Palestinian Lie Machine Welcomes Obama, Defames America and Declares Its Love For Hitler

    03/20/2013 9:33:16 AM PDT · by Nachum · 4 replies
    Front Page Mag ^ | 3/20/13 | Itamar Marcus and Nan Jacques Zilberdik
    Reprinted from Palestinian Media Watch. Two days before US President Barack Obama’s visit to Israel and the PA, the official PA daily chose to print anti-American hate speech along with pro-Hitler comments in an op-ed: “Our history is replete with lies… [including] the lie about Al-Qaeda and the September 11 events, which asserted that Muslim terrorists committed it, and that it was not an internal American action by the Freemasons.” The op-ed further implies that Hitler was greater than both Churchill and Roosevelt, who were “alcoholics”: “Churchill and Roosevelt were alcoholics, and in their youth were questioned more than once...
  • What the Guardian didn’t mention about their Palestinian ‘prisoner of the day’

    02/12/2013 10:51:35 AM PST · by Nachum · 4 replies
    CIF Watch ^ | 2/13/13 | staff
    While we often post in response to Israel related news stories and commentary at the Guardian and ‘Comment is Free’ which are biased, misleading or inaccurate in some manner, often a Guardian ‘photo of the day’ can similarly serve as a vehicle for propaganda due to the emotive strength of the image, along with a paucity of relevant context. The following was included in the Feb. 11th edition of the Guardian’s ‘Best Photos of the Day’. Here’s the Guardian caption: Palestinian women hold pictures of prisoners jailed in Israel during a rally calling for their release in the West Bank...
  • Hamas to create first Palestinian Defense Ministry

    12/05/2012 7:15:22 PM PST · by Nachum · 4 replies
    Jerusalem Post ^ | 12/5/12 | KHALED ABU TOAMEH
    Hamas is about to establish its own “Defense Ministry” in the Gaza Strip as part of lessons drawn from Operation Pillar of Defense, Hamas Interior Minister Fathi Hammad announced on Wednesday. Hammad, who is in charge of the Hamas security apparatus in the Gaza Strip, made the announcement during a ceremony to honor policemen and security officers for their role during last month’s IDF air offensive. Hammad did not say when the new ministry would be established. This would be the first time that the Palestinians set up a Defense Ministry. The Palestinian Authority in the West Bank does not...
  • Bolton: U.S. Should Threaten to Defund UN Over Palistinian Statehood

    09/20/2011 7:30:34 PM PDT · by Nachum · 21 replies · 1+ views
    The Right Scoop ^ | 9/19/11 | The Right Scoop
    Gosh I love John Bolton. He really knows how to put the UN in its place: Well if I were Israel and/or the United States, I wouldn’t pay any attention to a General Assembly resolution. Look, the General Assembly could vote this week to make Disney Land a state and it wouldn’t have any more impact outside of the General Assembly hall for Palestine or Disney Land. When Greta asserted that the Obama administration is doing everything it can to fight Palestinian statehood, Bolton quickly challenged that premise by suggesting that they could threaten to defund the UN over a...
  • Man threatening to `kill all the Jews' taken off Miami flight, arrested

    01/07/2010 7:51:58 AM PST · by Chet 99 · 58 replies · 1,716+ views
    JLEBOVICH@MIAMIHERALD.COM An Ohio man who became loud and disruptive aboard a flight from Miami to Detroit -- at one point shouting ``kill all the Jews'' -- was removed from the airplane and taken into custody by Miami-Dade police. The man arrested was identified as Mansor Mohammad Asad, 43. Police say he caused a ``disturbance,'' forcing the pilot to decide to return to the jet-bridge. When Asad was taken off the plane to be interviewed by police, he threatened officers, made racial comments and charged an officer, authorities said. Asad was charged with threats against a public servant, disorderly conduct and...
  • AAR and VIDEO from Anti-Israel rally in Times Square

    01/04/2009 3:32:43 PM PST · by RaceBannon · 47 replies · 1,504+ views
    The Silent Majority ^ | 01/04/09 | Gathering of Eagles
    Please go to these links to see the Anti-Israel hatred of the hamas supporters in Times Square Sunday, 4 Jan, 2009
  • Man was arming for 'war,' FBI says

    02/02/2007 11:14:11 AM PST · by Lorianne · 21 replies · 962+ views
    ST. LOUIS POST-DISPATCH ^ | 02/02/2007 | Robert Patrick
    A St. Charles man obtained fully automatic weapons and tried to buy as many explosives as possible in preparation for what an associate called "war," the FBI says in court documents. He bought three rifles and a Claymore anti-personnel mine and negotiated for a case of hand grenades, documents obtained by the Post-Dispatch show. Mousa M. Abuelawi, 22, of Franjoe Court, was arrested Dec. 29 and charged on complaints accusing him of three counts of illegal possession or distribution of a machine gun and conspiracy to violate machine gun statutes. Abuelawi, a Palestinian immigrant free on $50,000 bond, could not...
  • Carter: "Too Many Jews"

    01/30/2007 6:11:57 AM PST · by Behind Liberal Lines · 19 replies · 650+ views
    Federal Review ^ | Monday, January 29, 2007
    HEMPSTEAD, NY--Another story has surfaced calling into question whether or not former President Jimmy Carter is an anti-semite. The New York Sun has reported that the former Executive Director of the Holocaust Memorial Council once received a note from Carter complaining that there were "too many Jews" on the Holocaust Memorial Council:(Former Director Monroe) Freedman also said that Carter's support for the Holocaust Memorial Council was "principally a political gimmick" based on getting political support from Jews. Freedman, now a law professor at Hofstra University, also confirmed that a respected Holocaust scholar was rejected as a board member by Carter's...
  • Our World: Bush's information offensive

    09/26/2006 8:03:48 PM PDT · by dervish · 6 replies · 604+ views
    Jerusalem Post ^ | 9/25/06 | Caroline Glick
    During the past week we learned a great deal about the nature of our enemies. We also learned a great deal about ourselves. If we draw the proper lessons from what we have seen we will go far toward winning the war. With their ghoulish presentations at the UN General Assembly, both Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad and Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez made clear their hostile intent, disdain for freedom and their foes, and their fanatical intent to use all murderous means toward their totalitarian ends. The men were so hostile that even their usual apologists in academia and the political...
  • Israel, Palestinians to swap prisoners within 48 hours: report

    09/05/2006 2:56:58 AM PDT · by prisoner6 · 26 replies · 1,004+ views
    Israel, Palestinians to swap prisoners within 48 hours: report Israel will release 1,400 Palestinian prisoners in exchange for its soldier taken hostage in Gaza since late June, the Qatar-based al-Sharq daily reported on Monday. According to a deal, which will take effect within 48 hours, Israel will release Hamas ministers and lawmakers and reopen crossing points into Gaza, the report said. Israel will also stop assassinations and return tax revenues owned to the Palestinian National Authority, it added. In addition to the release of Corporal Gilad Shalit, who was seized by Palestinian militant groups on June 25, the Palestinians are...
  • For a Palestinian leader, the name's the thing (Hitler)

    01/23/2006 9:07:32 PM PST · by Lorianne · 6 replies · 274+ views
    International Herald Tribune ^ | 22 January 2006 | Greg Myre
    The candidate's name is Jamal Abu Roub, but everyone here calls him Hitler because, well, that is the name he has answered to quite comfortably since he was a teenager. Roub, 40, is a leader of the militant Al Aksa Martyrs Brigades in this turbulent corner of the West Bank and has spent the past five years leading his ragtag band of gunmen in frequent clashes with the Israeli military. Roub's deeds include hauling a Palestinian suspected of collaborating with Israel and of molesting his own daughters into a town square, where the man was shot to death. Now Roub...
  • The Clash of Ideologies - A Review

    09/17/2005 5:44:30 PM PDT · by Salem · 3 replies · 2,041+ views
    Salem the Soldier's Homepage ^ | 11 September, 2005 | Michael A. Baker
    "The Clash of Ideologies" - A Review © 2005 Michael A. Baker Much has been written since the terrorist attacks and events of 9/11 and Islam, most from a secular perspective, but few have been written from a Biblical and spiritual one—until now. "...And so it is today, in the name of wealth, churches are accepting all religions as equal. It was then as it is today expensive to be a believing Christian." [1] Thus, author David Jonsson pilots a journey with the reader through the early years of the dawn of Christianity and a detailed history of the Seven...
  • Israel will retaliate if struck from Gaza

    09/10/2005 11:57:43 PM PDT · by konaice · 18 replies · 524+ views ^ | Sept. 10, 2005, 9:47PM | Associated Press
    JERUSALEM - Israel threatened Saturday to deliver an unprecedentedly harsh response to any attacks from Gaza after Israeli troops exit the territory next week and hand it over to the Palestinians. Egypt, meanwhile, deployed the first of 750 soldiers assigned to police the volatile Gaza border to prevent arms smuggling and illicit crossings after the Israelis end their 38-year occupation. "An hour after we leave the field, there will be a strategic change ... in the nature of our response to even an attempt at terror," Maj. Gen. Yisrael Ziv, the military's chief of operations, told Israel Radio. "We shall...
  • SPECIAL RELEASE ON DISENGAGEMENT - International Christian Embassy Jerusalem

    07/28/2005 6:34:11 PM PDT · by Salem · 19 replies · 606+ views
    International Christian Embassy Jerusalem ^ | 21 JULY 2005 | Malcolm Hedding - Executive Director
    SPECIAL ICEJ RELEASE ON DISENGAGEMENT FOR RELEASE - 21 JULY 2005 FOR ZION'S SAKE WE WILL NOT KEEP SILENT "For behold, in those days and at that time, When I bring back the captives of Judah and Jerusalem, I will also gather all nations, And bring them down to the Valley of Jehoshaphat; And I will enter into judgment with them there On account of My people, My heritage Israel, Whom they have scattered among the nations; They have also divided up My land. They have cast lots for My people, Have given a boy as payment for a harlot,...
  • Palestinians Who Cling to Israel

    07/06/2005 2:09:52 PM PDT · by Salem · 7 replies · 481+ views ^ | 06 July, 2005 | Daniel Pipes
    Palestinians Who Cling to Israelby Daniel PipesNew York Sun July 6, 2005 Israel's interior minister recently declared that after their release from long jail sentences, four Palestinian Arabs convicted of helping with suicide bombings in 2002, killing 35, will be expelled from Israel. They would, the Associated Press reported, "lose the privileges of permanent residents, such as social security and health insurance."The minister's decision raises a question: Why would Palestinians engaged in destroying the state of Israel feel punished by losing the right to live in Israel? One would expect that anti-Israel terrorists would prefer to live in the Palestinian...
  • PA Press Rife with Rabid Anti-American Cartoons

    07/03/2005 7:53:22 PM PDT · by Nachum · 9 replies · 719+ views
    Arutz 7 ^ | July 3, 2005 | staff
    The Palestinian Authority press has been using political cartoons as a vehicle for expressing its public's intense opposition to American policies, especially the war in Iraq. Although U.S. President George W. Bush has been cozying up to PA chief Mahmoud Abbas, the Palestinian Authority press has been overtly anti-American, especially in regard to the war in Iraq. While verbal attacks, primarily calls to kill Americans, are repeatedly broadcast in the Palestinian media, some of the most rabid anti-American incitement appears in the form of political cartoons published in PA daily newspapers.
  • Civil war is national suicide [Israel]

    06/30/2005 6:53:57 PM PDT · by Salem · 10 replies · 552+ views
    The Jerusalem Post ^ | 29 June, 2005 | AITON BIRNBAUM
    Civil war is national suicide AITON BIRNBAUM, THE JERUSALEM POST Jun. 29, 2005 As disengagement draws closer, some fear that growing tensions may erupt into armed conflict. Worst-case scenarios of disengagement, security chiefs warn, include assassination of the prime minister or other leaders and violent civil unrest . The more we positively discount such possibilities, the more likely it is that we are in denial. Civil war could threaten our very existence – the prospect of which, while naturally engendering avoidance of the topic, also demands overcoming anxiety in order to perform a realistic risk assessment. Clinicians evaluating suicidal clients...
  • Bush Policy Switch: Hamas Need Not Dismantle to Gain Recognition

    06/07/2005 1:40:42 PM PDT · by FreedomNeocon · 4 replies · 334+ views
    Debka File ^ | June 6th, 2005 | Debka
    The bolt from the blue from Crawford, Texas, hit a slumbering Middle East overnight Sunday, June 5. The news agencies took down every careful word dictated by “senior administration officials.” The Bush administration, they were told, is showing signs of easing its hard-line approach towards Hamas… It has acceded to the (terror group) running candidates in the Palestinian elections, even while they refuse to disarm and are still listed by Washington as a major terrorist organization. The “senior US officials” said they may be open to contacts with some Hamas political “affiliates” and left open the possibility of dealing with...
  • PA (Palistinian Authority) Anarchy Rages at Jerusalem Waqf Office

    03/03/2005 10:45:51 AM PST · by Nachum · 7 replies · 464+ views
    Arutz 7 ^ | 19:38 Mar 03, '05 | staff
    A resurgence of anarchy in the PA spilled over into Jerusalem today as Fatah gang members forcibly seized the offices of the Moslem religious trust (waqf) in the El Azariyeh neighborhood. The waqf office was raided by some 70 gang members who are holding several waqf officials hostage. The Fatah raid was prompted by a decision by the waqf to transfer administration of charitable organizations under its control to local authorities. The decision went against local Fatah leaders who claim that some of the charitable organizations are collaborating with Israel. One of the hostages is Salah Zukheika, an official of...
  • Pipes criticises Middle East leaders

    02/13/2005 10:16:13 AM PST · by Salem · 20 replies · 697+ views ^ | 13 February, 2005 | Prof. Daniel Pipes
    Pipes criticises Middle East leadersLateline - Australian Broadcasting Corporation February 9, 2005 TONY JONES: Joining us now is Dr Daniel Pipes, the Director of the Philadelphia-based Middle East Forum. 18 months ago, President Bush appointed him to the board of the US Institute for Peace. Dr Pipes was a scathing critic of Yasser Arafat, and he recently claimed that the new Palestinian leader, Mahmoud Abbas, is potentially a far more formidable enemy and remains intent on eliminating Israel. Daniel Pipes, thanks for joining us.DANIEL PIPES (DIRECTOR, MIDDLE EAST FORUM): Thank you, Tony.TONY JONES: It's time, isn't it, to put aside...
  • Support Growing For Blair's Summit

    12/22/2004 5:45:02 PM PST · by bruinbirdman · 146+ views
    The Daily Telegraph ^ | Dec. 23, 2004 | Toby Helm
    Tony Blair won the backing of Israel and the Palestinians yesterday for a high-powered international conference in London to help revive Middle East peace talks and prepare Palestinians for statehood. The gathering, expected in early March, will be chaired by the Prime Minister and will bring together about 20 foreign ministers, led by Condoleezza Rice, recently appointed as President George W Bush's new secretary of state. The American support is in sharp contrast with the last British-inspired Palestinian reform conference in London in January 2003, two months before the war in Iraq. Then the United States sent only a mid-ranking...
  • "Anti-Israeli slant harms Jewish-Christian dealings"

    12/08/2004 1:53:32 PM PST · by rogern · 4 replies · 313+ views ^ | 12/8/2004 | Joel Connelly
    In the Northwest: Anti-Israeli slant harms Jewish-Christian dealings By JOEL CONNELLY SEATTLE POST-INTELLIGENCER COLUMNIST As fundamentalist brethren were out beating the bushes for Bush, the annual convention of Western Washington's Episcopalians recently showed in a small way how "mainstream" churches are putting themselves on the margins. The diocesan convention approved a resolution condemning the security wall that Israel is building, ostensibly as protection against terrorists coming from the occupied territories. Debate was cut off before a priest, waiting at the microphone, could offer an amendment to condemn indiscriminate killing by Palestinian terrorists as well as Israeli soldiers. Instead of acting...
  • Islamic Jihad rules out truce

    12/04/2004 6:08:39 PM PST · by SmithL · 14 replies · 517+ views
    Jerusalem Post ^ | 12/5/4 | KHALED ABU TOAMEH
    Islamic Jihad leader in the Gaza Strip, Mohammed Al-Hindi, said Saturday that his group would not agree to a temporary ceasefire (hudna) "of any length" with Israel, "as long as the Zionist enemy occupies Palestinian lands." Al-Hindi added that Islamic Jihad was rejecting all talk of ceasefire "as long as the circumstances that led to the death of the late leader Yasser Arafat are still unclear, and we do not know if he died by poisoning or from radiation." "On the light of the numerous statements on ceasefire or truce, the Islamic Jihad rejects even discussing this issue and talking...
  • PA Historians: Israel's Biblical history is actually Arab Muslim history.

    08/08/2004 9:22:17 AM PDT · by Salem · 66 replies · 2,889+ views
    Palestinian Media Watch Bulletin ^ | 08 August, 2004 | Itamar Marcus
    Palestinian Media Watch BulletinAugust 8, 2004 PALESTINIAN MEDIA WATCH phone: 972- 2- 625-4140 fax: 972-2- 624-2803visit our website, click here: for further information, contact PMW Director, Itamar Marcus material may be quoted, citing PMW as the source subscribe free to PMW reports, details below PA Historians:  Israel's Biblical history is actually Arab Muslim history by Itamar Marcus IntroductionOn an educational program on PA TV, two senior Palestinian Authority [PA] historians went to great lengths to deny ancient Jewish history and erase the Jewish connection to the Land of Israel. At the same time they describe an ancient Palestinian -...
  • Palestinian Family Pays the Price for Asking Militants to Leave

    07/23/2004 1:17:13 PM PDT · by Southack · 19 replies · 836+ views
    NY Times ^ | July 23, 2004 | JOSEPH BERGER
    Palestinian Family Pays the Price for Asking Militants to LeaveBy JOSEPH BERGERPublished: July 23, 2004   ERUSALEM, July 23 — The battle between Israeli forces and Palestinian militants produces daily dilemmas for ordinary Palestinians living in the occupied territories, and this morning in the Gaza Strip the choice a farming clan made took the life of one of their teenagers.The slaying occurred in the village of Beit Hanoun in the northern Gaza Strip. Militants have used the village as a launching site for firing Qassam rockets and other missiles at Israeli villages like Sederot. Last month, a Qassam rocket killed...
  • Outrage at the Hague (Killing children is OK, self-defense is not)

    07/15/2004 6:31:04 PM PDT · by Starve The Beast · 7 replies · 598+ views ^ | 7-15/04 | P. David Hornik
    The World Court’s ruling against Israel’s fence reveals that for the UN-EU establishment that it represents, there’s not much Israel can do that would escape condemnation other than lie down and die. Targeted killings of terror masters are out. Military operations in places like Rafah or Jenin are out; they spark media frenzies of alleged massacres and wanton killing of civilians. Demolitions of the homes of suicide bombers—the only thing that can deter people who seek their own death—are out. Even curfews, roadblocks—out; they’re seen as oppressing the Palestinian people. And now the moralists of the World Court have informed...
  • Weblog - My Talk at UC-Berkeley

    02/17/2004 10:02:39 PM PST · by Salem · 13 replies · 295+ views ^ | 12 February, 2004 | Daniel Pipes
    Weblog My Talk at UC-Berkeley February 12, 2004 My Talk at UC-Berkeley. I spoke on February 10 at the University of California-Berkeley to a crowd of about 550; a sizeable number could not get in. As I had expected, this was the most out-of-control talk of the roughly one thousand I have given, with a core group of about 150 Islamists, Palestinian radicals, and far-leftists constantly disrupting me, mostly with insults that I would prefer to forget. The best and fullest account of the event is by Cinnamon Stillwell, "Fascism at UC Berkeley: Muslim Student Association Disrupts Daniel Pipes Lecture,"...

    01/21/2004 2:21:22 PM PST · by priceofreedom · 2 replies · 180+ views
    Jerusalem Center for Public Affairs ^ | 1 August 2001 | Saul Singer
    No. 459 12 Av 5761 / 1 August 2001 WHY ISRAEL REJECTS "OBSERVERS" Saul Singer Why Not Outside Observers? / The British Observe the Hadassah Convoy Massacre / UN Observers Before the Six-Day War / The One-Sided Response of UNIFIL / International Observers are Not Neutral / Further Examples of International Monitoring / The Experience of Observers in Hebron / Putting Observers at Risk / What About American Observers? Why Not Outside Observers? In the midst of an already crumbling cease-fire, U.S. Secretary of State Colin Powell dropped what to Israeli ears was a bombshell. Standing next to Palestinian Authority...
  • Throwing Stones

    01/09/2004 9:07:10 PM PST · by Salem · 16 replies · 725+ views ^ | 07 January, 2004 |
    COMMUNIQUE: 7 January 2004 Throwing StonesTwo news agencies omit the IDF's explanation for a deadly clash in Nablus. Media outlets regularly charge the IDF with brute over-reaction to Palestinian stone-throwers, described as mere "protestors" who pose no serious danger. The latest episode took place on Saturday (Jan. 3), when three Palestinians were killed during a clash in Nablus. Among them was 15-year-old Amjad al-Masri, who had engaged soldiers from a rooftop. Reuters reported a discrepancy between Palestinian witnesses who claimed al-Masri was merely "throwing stones" from above, and the IDF spokesman, who said he was "dropping large bricks on soldiers." ...
  • Why Evangelical Christians Support Israel

    12/21/2003 8:09:53 PM PST · by Salem · 22 replies · 3,679+ views
    Christian Broadcasting Network ^ | 17 December 2003 | Pat Robertson
    By Dr. M. G. "Pat" Robertson Address to the Herzliya Conference Lauder School of Government, Diplomacy, and Strategy December 17, 2003 – One day in the late 19th Century, Queen Victoria of England reportedly asked her Prime Minister, Benjamin Disraeli, this question... "Mr. Prime Minister, what evidence can you give me of the existence of God?" Disraeli thought for a moment and then replied, "The Jew, your majesty." Think of it, according to Disraeli the primary evidence that God exists is the existence of the Jewish people... A people who in 586 BC were deported to Babylon, yet returned...
  • Deja Vu All Over Again

    12/03/2003 9:08:03 AM PST · by Salem · 3 replies · 188+ views ^ | 02 December 2003 | Daniel Gordis
    Micha and I were sitting at the dining room table a couple of days ago. He was doing some homework, and I was reading. Out of the blue, he looked up at me and asked, "Do you think I'll still have asthma when I'm a grownup?" For the life of me, I couldn't figure out why in the world he was asking me that. "I don't know. You might. But I'm sure it's going to get a lot better. Why do you ask?" "Ema says that the army won't take me if I have asthma." Now, the truth is that...
  • My Anachronistic Home

    11/25/2003 7:30:53 PM PST · by Salem · 11 replies · 835+ views ^ | 27 October, 2003 | Daniel Gordis
      Monday, October 27, 2003Professor Tony JudtNew York Dear Professor Judt, Though I'm sure you weren't wondering, I'll begin by telling you that we had a pretty nice Shabbat here in Jerusalem. The weather was beautiful, we had a house full of guests, there was a wedding across the street that went way into the night. And nothing blew up. Kind of an idyllic day here in Jerusalem. For the most part. But not entirely. You see, I made the mistake of re-reading your recent piece in the New York Review of Books (Israel: The Alternative) before heading off...
  • Why not invade Israel?

    11/20/2003 5:56:21 PM PST · by Salem · 46 replies · 278+ views
    The ^ | 22 November, 2003 | Gerald Kaufman
    If rogue nations are to be brought into line by the US, shouldn’t Israel be punished for ignoring UN resolutions? Gerald Kaufman is just asking... The unprecedented security measures for President Bush’s visit to Britain this week prove that the war against terrorism, launched by the United States two years ago, has certainly not been won. If further proof were needed, the atrocious terrorist acts against two synagogues in Istanbul at the weekend provide blood-spattered confirmation. But if the invasion of Iraq last spring was not about Saddam Hussein’s alleged links to international terrorism, what was its rationale and...
  • The Photo That Started It All

    10/05/2003 8:10:06 AM PDT · by Dallas59 · 18 replies · 520+ views
    HonestReporting ^ | 10/4/2003 | Unkown
    The Photo that Started it All On the day the Intafada broke out, Tuvia Grossman was riding a taxi to visit the Western Wall. He was unwittingly thrust into the international limelight -- and nearly killed in the process. Updated May 2002 On September 30, 2000, The New York Times, Associated Press and other major media outlets published a photo of a young man -- bloodied and battered -- crouching beneath a club-wielding Israeli policeman. The caption identified him as a Palestinian victim of the recent riots -- with the clear implication that the Israeli soldier is the one who...
  • The Arabists Among Us

    09/21/2003 6:45:59 AM PDT · by Salem · 18 replies · 3,030+ views
    The Jerusalem Connection ^ | August-September 2003 | Rev. Dr. James M. Hutchens, Editor
    The Arabists Among Us By James M. Hutchens ________________________________________ In 1995, a New York Times “Notable Book of the Year,” was Robert D. Kaplan’s The Arabists. It is a fascinating and insightful account of how the State Department of the United States government became, and remains, pro-Arab. Basically, it is a story of how, over the last two centuries, the children of missionaries to the Muslim world of the Middle East, have been pipelined through Ivy League schools into the State Department. Once embedded there, in the Office of Near Eastern Affairs, their love for the Arab peoples and culture...
  • Germany: Prosecutors Charge Four Suspected Terrorists

    09/11/2003 10:33:50 AM PDT · by knighthawk · 1 replies · 227+ views
    Deutche Welle ^ | September 11 2003
    German officials arrested on Thursday charged three Jordanians suspected of belonging to a Palestinian extremist group prosecutors said was plotting attacks on Jewish and Israeli interests. Federal prosecutors in Karlsruhe said a fourth man had been charged with providing support to the al-Tawhid group. The four men will be tried in a Düsseldorf court, where the trial of another al-Tawhid member is underway. Together all five men have been accused of planning an attack near a Jewish institution in Berlin. They could face 10 year prison sentences if convicted.
  • What about the Palestinians

    08/09/2003 9:34:56 PM PDT · by Salem · 14 replies · 406+ views
    Christians For Israel, USA ^ | 2003 | Dr. James M. Hutchens
    As we proceed down the so-called "Road Map to Peace," there are some issues Christians need to deal with. One of the most prominent of those issues is the Palestinians. Those Christians who support the State of Israel as the national, ancestral, covenantal homeland of the Jewish people, are often charged with being calloused and totally insensitive to the needs and aspirations of the Palestinians. Is that a fair charge? First, let us clarify who the "Palestinians" really are. The notion of a distinct "Palestinian people" with a language, culture and religion of its own, is a creation of Yasser...
  • War and Peace: a Little Advice from an Israeli

    07/31/2003 8:05:35 PM PDT · by Salem · 3 replies · 323+ views
    Christians For Israel USA ^ | 2003 | By Naomi Ragen
    For all those of you who think that only war poses risks for innocent people, I would like to tell you of our experiences here in Israel. Nine years ago, we in Israel, encouraged by our own Peace-Nowers, signed a Peace Accord with a known terrorist, pulled our army out, handed him land and then sat around singing songs and painting doves because we were tired of fighting. And this is what happened: he brought in thousands of weapons, taught children to kill and be killed, set up bomb factories, and encouraged religious leaders to preach suicide bombing as a...
  • Professor Daniel Pipes Under Fire!

    07/30/2003 2:26:16 PM PDT · by Salem · 39 replies · 450+ views
    30, July 2003 | Me
            Dear Valued FRiends and Peers,         Professor Daniel Pipes, Director of the Middle East Forum and publisher of Militant Islam Comes To America, has been nominated by President George Bush to the United States Institute of Peace. Most people here know his credentials. This nomination, when brought up in the Senate Health, Education, Labor and Pensions Committee, "failed to reach a quorum," under pressure by Islamic activist groups like The American Muslim Council (AMC), the Muslim Public Affairs Council (MPAC), the Middle East Studies Association (MESA) and the Council on American Islamic Relations (CAIR), and Democrat collusion.         These extremist Islamic interest...