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Was Jesus a Jewish Porn Star?

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The Zionist Controlled Media’s Holocaust on Christianty and Islam

Keith Johnson

www.revoltoftheplebs.com

I want to thank Abraham H. Foxman of the Anti-Defamation League (ADL) for once again opening his big fat mouth and lending me the opportunity to expose Jewish chutzpah and Talmudic hypocrisy at its finest.

In a recent press release on the ADL website, Abe is all up in arms over the recent reaction in the Arab world to Judge Richard Goldstone’s FORCED reversal on “key findings of the United Nations fact-finding commission into the 2009 Israeli operation in Gaza.”

That “Israeli operation” they refer to is better known as Operation Cast Lead: Israel’s brutal and unprovoked massacre of over 1400 Palestinians—300 of which were children—that was carried out over a 22-day period using cluster bombs and white phosphorous.

In the ADL Press release entitled Goldstone Retraction Fuels New Round Of Anti-Semitism & Conspiracy Theories In Arab Press, Abe complains, “Newspapers across the Arab world have responded to the Goldstone developments with a series of hideous caricatures, many of them viciously anti-Semitic.”

The article provides a link to another page on the ADL website that showcases 14 of the cartoons from various Arab media outlets.

Come on, Abe! There’s nothing that sets these illustrations apart from any other political cartoon. Caricatures with exaggerated and stereo-typical features have been a steadfast tradition of satirical journalism for centuries.

But, then again, are these really stereo-typical features? Abe seems to think so. The article goes on to point out one particular cartoon that appeared in Hamas’ Filistin newspaper that—according to the article—“showed a vicious stereotypical Jew — with a large nose, beard and black hat.”

O.K…you tell me…

Take a look at the cartoon they’re referring to and gander at a few real life.

Shlomo Aviner, centre, shown during a rally in 2005, is among the rabbis who signed a decree commanding Jews not to rent homes to “gentiles”.

Here’s Rabbi Rabbi Ovadia Yosef who was once quoted as saying“Goyim were born only to serve us. Without that, they have no place in the world – only to serve the People of Israel. That is why gentiles were created.”

Here’s another unidentified asshole Rabbi giving Satan his due.

Large nose?…Check!

Beard?…You Betcha!

Black hat?…Affirmative!

VICIOUS?…Bingo!

So I ask you—how exactly are political cartoonists supposed to draw these Jews?

Of course, hateful characterizations of Muslims are commonplace in the United States. If you want some evidence of that, then I invite you to check out one of my previous articles entitled, The Arabs Run Hollywood…and I can prove it.!

However, since Sunday traditionally celebrates the resurrection of Christ by most Christian faiths, I think it’s appropriate to highlight some of the recent insensitive characterizations of Christians by Jewish Hollywood.

In an episode of HBO’s Curb Your Enthusiasm, Jewish comedian Larry David urinates in the bathroom of a Christian employee he is visiting. His urine splashes off the bowl of the toilet—and a drop of it lands just under the eye of Jesus Christ—whose picture is hanging nearby. The Christian employee later spots the urine, but mistakes it for a tear, and interprets it as a grand miracle from on high. She quits her job and embarks on a cross-country trip to share the picture with other Christians.

In an earlier episode, David steals the “Christ Nail” from the necklace of his wife’s Christian father. He uses it to hang a mezuzah over his front door to appease his visiting Jewish father.

In November 2010, Sumner Redstone’s [Rothstein’s] Comedy Central announced that it was developing a cartoon parody of Jesus Christ. According to The Hollywood Reporter, “As part of the network’s upfront presentation to advertisers (full slate here), Comedy Central is set to announce “JC,” a half-hour show about Christ wanting to escape the shadow of his “powerful but apathetic father” and live a regular life in New York City. In the show, God is preoccupied with playing video games while Christ, “the ultimate fish out of water,” tries to adjust to life in the big city. In general, comedy in purist form always makes some people uncomfortable,” said Comedy Central’s [Jewish] head of original programming Kent Alterman.”

Jewess  Commedianne Sarah Silverman claims to be non-religious, but actually serves as Talmudic Judaism’s foremost female purveyor of filth. Here she is enthusiastically showcasing her “Paper Doll Jesus” template that offers the user an opportunity to mock the crucifiction of Christ by applying dresses, hula skirts and gothic clothing to the suffering of the ailing Savior.

From DANTE’S INFERNO:

Abandon all hope ye who enter here

If you are faint of heart, then I suggest that you look away at what follows…

Here is the latest round in Hollywood’s assault against Christianity. It’s called Bloody Bloody Bible Camp.

According to the science fiction website Fangoria, “The story starts off in the ’70s on the last night of a Christian summer camp, where a group of campers get knocked off by Sister Mary Chopper—a crazed, ax-wielding nun. Seven years later, a new batch of campers arrive to reopen the old campground—and as luck would have it, Sister Mary Chopper just happens to be there for another round.”

Sister Mary Chopper is actually a killer transvestite played by actor Tim Sullivan.

But that’s not the worst of it. Jesus Christ makes a guest appearance, played by none other than Zionist Porn King Ron Jeremy.

I want you CHRISTIANS to let that sink in for a minute…

…Jesus Christ is being played by Zionist Porn King RON JEREMY!

In case you don’t know who that is, here is his Wikipedia BIO:

Ronald Jeremy Hyatt (born March 12, 1953), usually called Ron Jeremy, is an American pornographic actor. Nicknamed “The Hedgehog”,he was ranked by AVN at number one in their “The 50 Top Porn Stars of All Time” list. Jeremy has also appeared in non-pornographic films, such as The Boondock SaintsThe ChaseOrgazmo, and 54.

He is noted for his large 9.75-inch (~24.75 cm) penis (self-reported) —and he has gained some notoriety for being capable of autofellatio (which he first demonstrated on-screen in Inside Seka).

Ronald Jeremy Hyatt was born in Queens, New Yorkto a middle-class Jewish family;his father, Arnold, was a physicist and his mother a book editor who served in the O.S.S. during World War II, as she spoke fluent German and French.He had an uncle who was a gangster with mafia ties to Bugsy Siegel.

We live in a Jewish HELL reigned over by demonic forces that will not stop until every vestiage of Christianity and Islam is wiped from the face of God’s Earth.

What are you going to do about it?

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Nazi Gestapo Terrorist Execute 13 year old Palestinian girl

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Prelude to Upcoming Ceremony of Nazi Ritual Murder–’Zio-Nazi releases map detailing hundreds of Hezbollah sites in Lebanon

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Israeli military officials have provided a map detailing nearly 1,000 sites and facilities monitored by the Hezbollah militant group in southern Lebanon, the Washington Post reported on Wednesday.

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Map detailing Hezbollah sites in Lebanon Map detailing Hezbollah sites in Lebanon, provided by the Washington Post on March 30, 2011

 

Israeli intelligence officials believe that the 550 underground bunkers identified have been stocked with weapons transferred from Syria since the 2006 Second Lebanon War, according to the report. The map obtained by the Washington Post also details 300 surveillance sites and 100 other facilities Israel believes belong to Hezbollah militants.

The map indicates Israel’s deep concern regarding relations between Syria and Hezbollah, according to the Washington Post, which cites Israeli officials as having said in interviews that most of Hezbollah’s weapons are secretly transferred from arms depots near Damascus to facilities in southern Lebanon.

The Washington Post surmised that in releasing the map, the Israel Defense Forces was making a preemptive bid to dispel condemnation of any future Israeli attacks on civilian areas marked in the map.

A senior Israeli commander told the Washington Post that Israel’s interest in providing those details was “to show the world that the Hezbollah organization has turned these villages into fighting zones.”

In response to the report, the U.S. State Department said: “Our concern about Hezbollah’s activities, including in south Lebanon, is well known. It is logical that Israel shares this concern.”

The White House recently denied a report that the U.S. is mulling a dialogue with Hezbollah. The U.S. has made clear that it does not see Hezbollah as an autonomous player, separate from ambitions of Iran and Syria, or their assistance.

The topic of the weapons transfers from Syria to Hezbollah has been raised in Congress on several occasions over the past year. Since the anti-government protests began in Syria, U.S. officials have officials sent an ambiguous message to Damascus, condemning the violence.

The U.S. has stressed, however, that it does not view Syrian President Bashar Assad in the same light as Libyan leader Muammar Gadhafi and has said it was not planning to intervene in the unrest just yet.

The U.S. administration is at crossroads now with regard to its engagement with Syria and the possibility that Assad will change his policies and deepen his alliance with Iran and Hezbollah.


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U$ missile$ kill 25 people, including women and children, in Pakistan tribal area

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By MUNIR AHMED and ANWARULLAH KHAN, Associated Press


ISLAMABAD – U.S. drones fired a volley of missiles into a militant-held Pakistani region close to the Afghan border on Friday, killing 25 people, Pakistani intelligence officials said. The strike came a day after Pakistan’s army chief denounced such attacks, and could further sour deteriorating relations between Washington and Islamabad.

Ten missiles hit a house in Spinwam village in North Waziristan, a region home to Taliban militants targeting American and NATO troops just across the border in Afghanistan, as well as international al-Qaida terrorists, three intelligence officials said.

Three children and two women were believed to be among the dead, they said. There was no way to immediately independently confirm that.

America has been regularly firing missiles into the border region for 2 1/2 years now, but does not formally acknowledge the CIA-run program. U.S. officials rarely comment on specific strikes but have said in general terms that they accurately hit militants.

U.S. silence means the usual sources of information about the strikes are Pakistani intelligence officials, who speak on condition of anonymity. Their accounts are impossible to verify independently because access to the border area is forbidden.

The attacks have long been a source of tension between the two allies, at least on the surface.

The missiles are the only way Washington can directly hit Afghan Taliban factions hiding in Pakistan, something it says is essential to success in Afghanistan. That dilemma has become more acute given that the U.S. wants to begin withdrawing troops in the summer.

Pakistan’s army and political leadership has always publicly condemned the missile attacks, but is believed to have sanctioned them privately. That policy allows them to be insulated from some of the anti-American sentiment that runs strong in the country.

But ties have sunk to new lows this year after an American CIA contractor in January shot and killed two Pakistanis he said were trying to rob him. A March missile strike that allegedly killed dozens of innocent tribesmen also angered Pakistani leaders.

Pakistani officials say they now want America to limit the use of the strikes and give them more information about them. But several U.S. officials in Islamabad and Washington have said they will continue regardless of Pakistani objections, which some analysts have suggested were aimed at domestic political consumption or extracting more concessions from Washington.

The CIA honors an agreement to target within the geographic “boxes” of territory previously agreed to with Pakistan, but does not give the Pakistanis any notice of the strikes, said the officials, who spoke on condition of anonymity to discuss sensitive strategic decisions.

Persistent tensions over Pakistan’s alleged ties to Afghan Taliban factions have also had an airing.

During a visit here Wednesday, Adm. Mike Mullen, the chairman of the U.S. joint chiefs of staff, accused Pakistan’s military-run spy service of maintaining links with the Haqqani network, a major Afghan Taliban faction based in North Waziristan.

Islamabad denies supporting the group, but many analysts and U.S. officials suspect Islamabad may be trying to maintain its links to the Haqqanis so that it can use them as a means of retaining influence in Afghanistan — and keeping a bulwark against archrival India — after the Americans leave.

While officials from both nations have raised the level of rhetoric, they also say they want to keep the partnership intact. Washington needs Pakistani support to succeed in Afghanistan, while Islamabad relies heavily on U.S civilian and military aid.

Also Friday, a security official said hundreds of militants attacked a checkpoint in a northwest Pakistani district along the border, killing 14 security troops — a show of insurgents’ continued strength despite army offensives against them.

The fighting took place in Lower Dir on Thursday, where Pakistan’s army has staged operations in recent years. Initially, officials said the clashes took place late Thursday and into Friday.

The official did not give any details of how many militants, if any, may have died in the clashes. He spoke on condition of anonymity because he was not authorized to speak on the record. Army spokesmen did not immediately respond to requests for comment Friday.

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Humanitarian Pays With Life for Feeding the Children of Iraq

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by: Katherine Hughes

t r u t h o u t,

 

February 26, 2011, marks the eighth anniversary of the imprisonment of Dr. Rafil Dhafir. Dhafir continues to pay the price for feeding the children of Iraq during the US- and UK-sponsored UN sanctions against that country.

According to the United Nations’ own statistics, every month throughout the 1990′s, 6,000 children under the age of five in Iraq were dying from lack of food and access to simple medicines. Three senior UN officials resigned because of what they considered a “genocidal” policy of sanctions against Iraq. Dhafir’s charity, Help the Needy (HTN), openly sent food and medicines to starving civilians in Iraq during the brutal embargo.

Seven government agencies investigated Dhafir and HTN for many years. They intercepted his mail, email, faxes and telephone calls; bugged his office and hotel rooms; went through his trash; and conducted physical surveillance. They were unable to find any evidence of links to terrorism, and no charges of terrorism were ever brought against Dhafir. Yet he and other HTN associates were subjected to high-profile arrests in the early morning of February 26, 2003, just weeks before the US invasion of Iraq. Simultaneous to the arrests, between the hours of 6 AM and 10 AM, law enforcement agents interrogated 150 predominantly Muslim families because they had donated to HTN. On that day, former attorney general John Ashcroft announced that “funders of terrorism have been arrested.”

In light of the demonization of Muslims in the US in the post-9/11 period and the fact that the government was hinting at terrorism connections without bringing any charges, I felt compelled to attend all of Dhafir’s 14-week trial; I did not know Dhafir before attending. I have had a passion for protecting civil liberties since I was 14 years old, when I saw a documentary film about the Allies going into Bergen-Belsen. For 38 years, I have been a voracious reader of firsthand accounts of what happened in Germany in the 1930′s. I always knew that should anything like that happen in my lifetime, I wanted no part of it.

Dhafir was born in Iraq in 1948. He completed medical school before immigrating to the US in 1972 and has been a US citizen for more than 30 years. As an oncologist in an underserved community, Dhafir treated many of his patients for free, paying for expensive chemotherapy out of his own pocket. He is regarded as a pillar of the Central New York Muslim community and a well-known national and international figure. Although charged with white-collar crimes, Dhafir was held without bail for 19 months before trial, which greatly impeded his ability to prepare his defense.

The trial’s proceedings showed Dhafir to be a devout, compassionate man who was highly esteemed by all of his associates; the chilling message his conviction sent to the Muslim community cannot be overstated. Dhafir was convicted on 59 counts of white-collar crime (the government had made a mistake in one of the counts, and the jury was not allowed to deliberate on it) and is currently serving 22 years for a crime he was never convicted of in a court of law: money laundering to help terrorist organizations. Dhafir is imprisoned in a special Communications Management Unit (CMU) that houses almost exclusively Muslim and/or Arab prisoners.

Before attending Dhafir’s trial, I spent my entire life secure in the knowledge that my civil rights would always be respected. I no longer believe this to be true.

Iraq Under Sanctions and Dhafir’s Humanitarian Response

Saddam Hussein invaded Kuwait on August 1, 1990; US sanctions against Iraq were put in place the next day. On January 17, 1991, the first bombs of the Gulf War were dropped on Baghdad.

Before the war, the people of Iraq had a standard of living in some ways comparable to that of many Western countries. Although it was a brutal dictatorship, the government provided universal health care and education, including college, for all of its citizens. There was very little illiteracy, and the education and health systems were the best in the region. The sanctions changed all that.

Several government witnesses of Iraqi descent broke down on the stand when they began to talk about the effects of the sanctions on their families. Each time this happened, the prosecution immediately interrupted the testimony. In fact, throughout Dhafir’s trial, the government did its utmost to prevent any discussion of the conditions in Iraq under the sanctions. When the defense attempted to question Susan Hutner of the Office of Foreign Asset Control (OFAC) about the Oil for Food program, the court ruled the line of questioning irrelevant. Government employees, including Hutner, testified to having no knowledge of the effects of the sanctions. As the government attorney addressing the situation in Iraq, Hutner helped draft the initial legal documentation to implement the sanctions and then worked on them for 12 years.

During the Gulf War, more bombs were dropped on Iraq in a six-week period than were dropped in the whole of World War II; the country was devastated. In total, these bombs were at least six times more powerful than two atomic bombs. Many types of bombs were used, including ones containing depleted uranium (DU), the waste matter from nuclear plants; hundreds of tons of DU ammunition now lie scattered throughout Iraq. The DU dust has entered the food chain through the soil and the water. As a result, many diseases formerly unseen in Iraq are now prevalent there. Many pregnant women delivered babies as early as six months, and many babies were born with terrible deformities. Cancer rates increased dramatically. These effects have been compounded by the current war.

All major bridges and communication systems were bombed, making communications both inside and outside the country extremely difficult. The water purification system was bombed and the UN never allowed it to be repaired; as a result, 15 years’ worth of raw sewage piled up in the streets and resulted in widespread disease and death, particularly among the young and the very old. Hospitals and schools were not spared.

As a result of the bombings and sanctions, the health and education systems in Iraq, once the best in the region, became the worst.

The United States led the effort to place restrictive sanctions on Iraq. When Madeleine Albright, then-US ambassador to the United Nations, was asked in a CBS interview if the deaths of half a million children were a price worth paying to punish Hussein, she infamously replied, “I think this is a very hard choice, but the price – we think the price is worth it.” When adults and children over the age of five are included, the number of civilians killed as a direct result of the sanctions rises to between 1.5 and 2 million.

It was in direct response to this humanitarian catastrophe that Dhafir founded HTN. For 13 years, he worked tirelessly to help publicize the plight of the Iraqi people and to raise funds to help them. According to the government, Dhafir donated $1.4 million of his own money over the years. As an oncologist, he was also concerned about Iraq’s skyrocketing cancer rates and the role of DU.

Government Duplicity

From the outset of Dhafir’s case, the government was duplicitous. Using unfair tactics and innuendo and aided by a compliant media, the government transformed Dhafir’s community image from that of a compassionate humanitarian into one of a crook and supporter of terrorism.

Just before the start of Dhafir’s trial in October 2004, Michael Powell of The Washington Post wrote: “There is a shadow-boxing quality to the terror allegations lodged against Dhafir. In August [2004], Gov. George E. Pataki (R) described Dhafir’s as a ‘money laundering case to help terrorist organizations … conduct horrible acts.’ Prosecutors hinted at national security reasons for holding Dhafir without bail. But no evidence was offered to support the allegations.”

Pataki’s description of Dhafir was perfectly timed to reach potential jurors. While national and state figures tarred Dhafir with the terrorist brush, then-district attorney Glenn Suddaby (now a federal judge) and local prosecutors maintained that Dhafir was nothing more than a common thief. The prosecution even successfully petitioned the presiding judge to exclude any mention of terrorism from the proceedings. This meant that throughout the trial, the prosecution could hint at more serious (terrorism) charges, but the defense was prohibited from addressing these inflammatory innuendos head-on. The government’s “shadow-boxing” gave a surreal feel to the proceedings; what was happening in the courtroom was not what the trial was really about.

The first indictment against Dhafir contained 14 charges related only to the Iraq sanctions. Later, when Dhafir refused to accept a plea agreement, the government piled on more charges, and he eventually faced a 60-count indictment that included violating federal regulations related to economic sanctions imposed against Iraq, money laundering, mail and wire fraud, tax evasion, visa fraud – all related to running the charity – and Medicare fraud.

Medicare charges usually involve fictitious patients and made-up illnesses; none of these factors were present in Dhafir’s case. The government never contested that patients received care and chemotherapy. Its argument for all 25 counts was that, because Dhafir was sometimes not present in his office when patients were treated, the Medicare claim forms were filled out incorrectly, and he was thus not due any reimbursement for treatment or for the expensive chemotherapy his office had administered.

Mrs. Dhafir’s cross-examination by the defense also took on a shadow-boxing quality. Mrs. Dhafir was Dr. Dhafir’s bookkeeper, and took a plea deal by pleading guilty to one count of lying to a government agent; she had told a government agent that her husband had been present in his medical office on a day that he had not been. On the stand, she answered questions about the intricacies of Medicare reimbursement and identified office staff signatures on Medicare reimbursement forms. While she testified, a large screen opposite the jury featured an excerpt from the Medicare handbook, which said that in the event of a billing error, “a refund would be requested.”

This was the backdrop as Mrs. Dhafir described the mayhem at her house on the day of her husband’s arrest. (She was not arrested on that day and did not face any charge until later.) Her husband left for work at his usual time, 6:30 AM. After he left, the doorbell rang. Before Mrs. Dhafir could answer the door, five FBI agents broke it down. Finding her on the other side, they held guns to her head. Helicopters and local media hovered over the house as 85 government agents visited the house throughout the day. Mrs. Dhafir spent the day in her nightclothes and was not allowed to shut the door when she went to the bathroom.

Jennifer Van Bergen, author of “The Twilight of Democracy,” wrote a two-part article on Dhafir’s case entitled “New American Law: The Case of Dr. Dhafir” and “New American Law: Legal Strategies and Precedents in the Dhafir Case.” In these and other writings, Van Bergen warns about the danger of civil liberties being undermined when the government uses parallel legal tracks that were never intended to be mixed. She notes that, as happened in Dhafir’s case, conspiracy laws and money-laundering laws used “creatively” with the PATRIOT Act and the International Emergency Economic Powers Act (IEEPA) can be used to construct a vastly distorted picture.

“Collateral Damage: How the War on Terror Hurts Charities, Foundations, and the People They Serve,” a July 2008 report by OMB Watch, a nonprofit watchdog organization that monitors the White House Office of Management and Budget (OMB), describes the difficult terrain that Muslim charities must navigate:

“Since 2001, the Department of the Treasury’s Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC) and the Justice Department have incrementally expanded their interpretation of the International Emergency Economic Powers Act (IEEPA) and what is considered prohibited ‘material support’ of, or ‘otherwise associat[ing] with,’ designated terrorist organizations or individuals. Originally understood to be direct transfers of funds or goods, ‘material support’ is now interpreted to include legitimate charitable aid that may ‘otherwise cultivate support’ for a designated organization. Furthermore, ‘other-wise associated with’ can include indirect or past relationships, even when there is no claim that the relationship included aiding terrorists or participating in terrorist plots or conspiracies.”

Inconsistencies in the government’s position were a startling feature of Dhafir’s case from its inception and suggested two possibilities: either one hand of the government didn’t know what the other was doing, or the government was deliberately aiming to deceive. The fact that the district attorney and local prosecutors claimed Dhafir’s conviction as a successful prosecution in the “war on terror” suggests that the government’s duplicity was a strategy from the outset. Mrs. Dhafir is now listed on the government’s list of successful terrorism prosecutions along with her husband and other HTN associates, including Dhafir’s personal accountant, an older man from a small town in upstate New York who was also subject to a high-profile arrest.

According to the OMB Watch report, “The incremental expansion of what is prohibited activity, coupled with the vague standards defining alleged terrorist associations, makes it increasingly difficult for charities and foundations to predict what constitutes illegal behavior. Consequently, the US nonprofit community operates in fear of what may spark OFAC to use its power to shut them down.”

Dr. Dhafir’s case sets a legal precedent and means that others who provide humanitarian and medical assistance to those in need could end up like him: put away for the rest of their lives.

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Zio-Nazi Gestapo’s violent raid on Tareq Ibn Ziyad school in Al-Khalil

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Palestinian Information Center

 

The Zio-Nazi occupation forces (ZNOF) on Thursday morning violently stormed Tareq Ibn Ziyad school in the Old City of Al-Khalil and terrorized its students and teachers.

Eyewitnesses said the (ZNOF) encircled the school, knocked down its main gate before spreading in its courtyard.

They also broke into classrooms in a violent way forcing students and teachers to gather in the school yard.

The (ZNOF) have not given an explanation for such savage act.

In another incident, the (ZNOF) and Zio-Nazi settlers intensified their attacks against Palestinian citizens and their property in Al-Khalil city on the occasion of their purim holiday.

The (ZNOF) stormed many villages and towns in Al-Khalil city during this Jewish occasion and erected barriers throughou Zio-Nzi the city searching cars, checking IDs, and detaining citizens.

The armed  Nazi settlers, for their part, under military protection carried out many burglaries and acts of sabotage against the Palestinians and their agricultural property, while the Zio-Nazi occupation authority (ZNOA) issued decisions ordering some Palestinian farmers and villagers to evacuate their lands and hand them over to Nazi settlers.

In the same context, Zio-Nazi settlers on Thursday morning started to carry out construction activities to expand an outpost near Itamar settlement that was build on the territory of Awarta village southeast of Nablus city.

Palestinian sources said the (ZNOA)  soldiers, for their part, embarked on building a road leading to this new outpost that Nazi settlers established in response to the killing of five settlers from Itamar.

The (ZNOA) also proceeded to set up electricity towers in the area to power three mobile homes and three tents erected by Zio-Nazi settlers.

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Russia warns against Libya ground oper.

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Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov

Russia’s foreign minister says that a ground operation in Libya is ‘extremely risky’ and could have unpredictable consequences.

“We are not happy about the latest events in Libya, which are pulling the international community into a conflict on the ground. This may have unpredictable consequences,” Reuters reported Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov as saying in Slovenia on Thursday.

France, one of the main Western countries conducting airstrikes on Libya, has decided to send up to 10 military advisers to the North African country, reports say.

France has also promised to intensify NATO-led airstrikes to weaken Gaddafi’s offensive.

Britain has also said it will send military officers to advise Libyan revolutionary forces.

“We can remember how instructors were first sent to some other countries, and later soldiers were sent there and hundreds of people died on both sides,” Lavrov told a news conference.

In the meantime, US Defense Secretary Robert Gates said on Thursday that “President Barak Obama has approved the use of armed predator drones in Libya” to target Muammar Gaddafi’s forces, Reuters reported.

Thousands of civilians have been killed since Western warplanes began their air assaults on Libya last month under a UN no-fly zone mandate.

Libyan anti-government forces, inspired by revolutions that toppled authoritarian rulers in neighboring Tunisia and Egypt, are fighting to topple Gaddafi, who has ruled the country for over 41 years.

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McCain Lauds Anti-Gadhafi Force During Libya Vi$it

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BENGHAZI, Libya (AP) — U.S. Sen. John McCain, one of the strongest proponents in Congress of the American military intervention in Libya, said Friday that Libyan rebels fighting Moammar Gadhafi‘s troops are his heroes.

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The top Republican on the Senate Armed Services Committee made the remark after arriving in Benghazi, a city that has been the opposition capital in the rebel-held eastern Libya.

McCain said he was in Benghazi “to get an on the ground assessment of the situation” and planned to meet with the rebel National Transition Council, the de-facto government in the eastern half of the country, and members of the rebel military. 

“They are my heroes,” McCain said of the rebels as he walked out of a local hotel in Benghazi. He was traveling in an armored Mercedes jeep and had a security detail. A few Libyans waved American flags as his vehicle drove past.

McCain’s visit is the highest yet by an American official to the rebel-held east and a boost to the anti-Gadhafi forces. Details of the trip were shrouded in secrecy due to heightened security in a country fiercely divided by the two-month-old anti-Gadhafi rebellion.

McCain’s trip comes as Defense Secretary Robert Gates announced Thursday that President Barack Obama has authorized armed Predator drones against forces loyal to Gadhafi. It is the first time that drones will be used for airstrikes since the United States turned over control of the operation to NATOon April 4.

The rebels have complained that NATO airstrikes since then have largely been ineffective in stopping Gadhafi forces.

Invoking the humanitarian disasters in Rwanda and Bosnia in the 1990s, McCain pressed for U.S. military intervention in Libya in February, weeks before the U.N. Security Council authorized military action to protect civilians and impose a no-fly zone.

When Obama acted with limited congressional consultation, McCain — who was the 2008 Republican presidential contender running against Obama — defended the president, saying he couldn’t wait for Congress to take even a few days to debate the use of force. If he had, “there would have been nothing left to save in Benghazi,” the rebels’ de-facto capital.

But as the U.S. handed operational control over to NATO — and withdrew U.S. combat aircraft — McCain criticized the administration.

“For the United States to withdraw our unique offensive capabilities at this time would send the wrong signal,” McCain said. He said the U.S. must not fail in Libya and said he spoke as someone experienced in a lost conflict, a reference to his time as a prisoner of war in Vietnam, where he served as a Navy pilot.

McCain also has pushed for arming the rebels, saying the U.S. and its partners cannot allow Gadhafi to consolidate his hold on one section of the country and create a military deadlock.

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Snipers, attackers kill five across Syria

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Syrian state television shows weapons, ammunitions and wads of cash, belonging to an ‘armed group.’

At least five people have been killed across Syria during attacks on the crowds heading to bury the victims of the recent unrest in the country.


On Saturday, unidentified snipers gunned down three mourners and wounded another in Douma, a Damascus suburb, AFP reported. 

Two others died and several more sustained injury during an attack on a procession, which had departed from the southwestern city of Daraa.

Since mid-March, Syria has been struggling with protests that have left around 200 people, including security forces, dead.

Syrian authorities blame armed groups and foreign elements for the violence.

The tension comes despite Syrian President Bashar al-Assad’s recent introduction of a new package of reforms, which he has said would meet the demands of the protesters.

Assad has also granted amnesty for all those detained during the recent protests, aside from those who Damascus says have committed criminal acts against the homeland and its citizens.

Earlier in the month, Lebanese security forces intercepted two vehicles carrying weapons and ammunitions to Syria.

The Syrian interior ministry has pledged to suppress the ‘armed revolt’ undermining security in the country.

“The latest incidents have shown that… armed Salafist groups, particularly in the [western] cities of Homs and Banias, have openly called for armed revolt,” the ministry said.

The term Salafists refers to the Saudi Arabians, who practice Wahhabism — an extremely intolerant interpretation of Islam.

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Good Friday Massacre: At Least 88 Protesters Killed in Syria Crackdown

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Hundreds Reported Wounded as Protests Sweep Nation
by Jason Ditz
Antiwar.com

 

The protest movement in Syria delivered on a promised record turnout on Friday, with massive ralliesreported in virtually every city nationwide. The regime’s security forces were also out in force, however, shooting massive numbers of demonstrators.

A very preliminary count has at least 88 protesters killed and several hundred others wounded. The toll is almost certain to rise in what has been dubbed by opposition members the “Good Friday Massacre.”

Syria’s state media was largely mum on the protests, but accused “armed groups” (the regime’s chosen term for demonstrators) of injuring firemen in an attack in Damascus. Interestingly for an “armed” group, the attackers were said to have thrown stones at the firemen. They also accused al-Jazeera of “distorting facts” in covering the protests, saying it amounted to “incitement.”

The protesters were by far the most widespread Syria has seen, and the death toll was likewise much larger than in previous days. Each Friday has seen a larger rally than the last, with a tiny demonstration along the Jordan border five weeks ago swelling to a massive rebellion calling for regime change.

Leaders of the protest movement issued a statement today demanding the abolition of the Ba’ath Party’s system of single party rule in favor of full democracy. They also demanded that political prisonersbe released and the existing security state replaced.

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Hundreds Reported Wounded as Protests Sweep Nation
by Jason Ditz
Antiwar.com

The protest movement in Syria delivered on a promised record turnout on Friday, with massive ralliesreported in virtually every city nationwide. The regime’s security forces were also out in force, however, shooting massive numbers of demonstrators.

A very preliminary count has at least 88 protesters killed and several hundred others wounded. The toll is almost certain to rise in what has been dubbed by opposition members the “Good Friday Massacre.”

Syria’s state media was largely mum on the protests, but accused “armed groups” (the regime’s chosen term for demonstrators) of injuring firemen in an attack in Damascus. Interestingly for an “armed” group, the attackers were said to have thrown stones at the firemen. They also accused al-Jazeera of “distorting facts” in covering the protests, saying it amounted to “incitement.”

The protesters were by far the most widespread Syria has seen, and the death toll was likewise much larger than in previous days. Each Friday has seen a larger rally than the last, with a tiny demonstration along the Jordan border five weeks ago swelling to a massive rebellion calling for regime change.

Leaders of the protest movement issued a statement today demanding the abolition of the Ba’ath Party’s system of single party rule in favor of full democracy. They also demanded that political prisonersbe released and the existing security state replaced.

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