Archive | June 2nd, 2013

Facts, just facts, However Disturbing they may be to you. Not racist and not propaganda.


Question: Which country alone in the Middle East has nuclear weapons?

Answer: IsraHell .


Question: Which country in the Middle East has just recently used a weapon of mass destruction, a one-ton smart bomb, dropping it in the center of a highly populated area killing civilians including children?

Answer: IsraHell .


Question: What country in the Middle East was cited by Amnesty International fordemolishing more than 4000 innocent Palestinian homes as a means of ethnic cleansing?

Answer: IsraHell .


Question: What country on Planet Earth has the second most powerful lobby in the United States , according to a recent Fortune magazine survey of Washington insiders?

Answer: IsraHell .


Question: Which country in the Middle East receives U.S. weapons for free and then sells the technology to the Republic of China even at the objections of the U.S. ?

Answer: IsraHell .


Question: Which country in the Middle East regularly violates the Geneva Convention by imposing collective punishment on entire towns, villages, and camps, for the acts of a few, and even goes as far as demolishing entire villages while people are still in their homes?

Answer: IsraHell .


Question: Which country in the Middle East routinely kills young Palestinian children for no reason other than throwing stones at armored vehicles, bulldozers, or tanks?Answer: Israel .


Question: Which country in the Middle East refuses to sign the nuclear non-proliferation treaty and bars international inspections? ?

Answer: IsraHell .


Question: Which country in the Middle East seized the sovereign territory of other nations by military force and continues to occupy it in defiance of United Nations Security Council resolutions?

Answer: Israel .


Question: Which country in the Middle East routinely violates the international borders of another sovereign state with warplanes and artillery and naval gunfire?

Answer: IsraHell .


Question: What American ally in the Middle East has for years sent assassins into other countries to kill its political enemies (a practice sometimes called exporting terrorism)?

Answer: IsraHell .


Question: In which country in the Middle East have high-ranking military officers admitted publicly that unarmed prisoners of war were executed?

Answer: IsraHell .


Question: What country in the Middle East refuses to prosecute its soldiers who have acknowledged executing prisoners of war?

Answer: IsraHell .


Question: What country in the Middle East created millions of refugees and refuses to allow them to return to their homes, farms and businesses?

Answer: IsraHell .


Question: What country in the Middle East refuses to pay compensation to people whose land, bank accounts and businesses it confiscated?Answer: Israel .


Question: In what country in the Middle East was a high-ranking United Nations diplomat assassinated?

Answer: IsraHell .


Question: In what country in the Middle East did the man who ordered the assassination of a high-ranking U.N. diplomat become prime minister?

Answer: IsraHell .


Question: What country in the Middle East blew up an American diplomatic facility in Egypt and attacked a U.S. ship, the USS Liberty, in international waters, killing 34 and wounding 171 American sailors?

Answer: IsraHell .


Question: What country in the Middle East employed a spy, Jonathan Pollard, to steal classified documents from USA and then gave some of them to the Soviet Union ?

Answer: IsraHell .


Question: What country at first denied any official connection to Pollard, then voted to make him a citizen and has continuously demanded that the American president grant Pollard a full pardon?

Answer: IsraHell .


Question: What Middle East country allows American Jewish murderers to flee to its country to escape punishment in the United States and refuses to extradite them once in their custody?

Answer: IsraHell .


Question: What Middle East country preaches against hate yet builds a shrine and a memorial for a murderer who killed 29 Palestinians while they prayed in their Mosque.?

Answer: Israhell .


Question: Which country in the Middle East deliberately targeted a civilian U.N. Refugee Camp in Qana , Lebanon and killed 103 innocent men, women, and especially children?

Answer: IsraHell .


Question: Which country in the Middle East is in defiance of 69 United Nations Security Council resolutions and has been protected from 29 more by U.S. vetoes?

Answer: IsraHell .


Question: Which country in the Middle East receives more than one-third of all U.S. aid to the world yet is the 16th richest country in the world?

Answer: IsraHell .


Question: Which country in the Middle East had its Prime Minister announce to his staff not to worry about what the United States says because “We control America ?”

Answer: IsraHell .


Question: Which country in the Middle East signed the Oslo Accords promising to halt any new Jewish Settlement construction, but instead, has built more than 270 new settlements since the signing?

Answer: IsrHaell .


Question: Which country in the Middle East has assassinated more than 100 political officials of its opponent in the last 2 years while killing hundreds of civilians in the process, including dozens of children?

Answer: IsraHell

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Why Myanmar’s Rohingya are forced to say they are Bengali


Ethnic Rohingya in Myanmar who are being held in squalid camps and even beaten have been told there’s one way out: identify themselves as Bengali.

Christian Science MonitorBy Jared Ferrie | Christian Science Monitor 

It was just after 3 a.m. when the police kicked in Zia Ul Haq’s door, then handcuffed and dragged him to the nearby railway tracks. Then the beatings began.

Police with batons struck him and nine other Rohingya Muslims in handcuffs on the head and back, says Zia Ul Haq and three witnesses, some of whom also claim to have been beaten. “If you say you are Rohingya we will beat you,” the officer told him. “You have to say you are a Bengali.”

To do so would be to deny what Zia Ul Haq and hundreds of thousands of other Muslims in western Myanmar’s Rakhine Stateconsider to be their ethnic identity. Instead of “Rohingya,” the government and state authorities refer to them as “Bengali,” a term suggesting they are illegal immigrants from Bangladesh.

The May 6 raid by dozens of police and soldiers represents the dark side of Myanmar’s celebrated transition to democracy: The government continues to take a heavy-handed approach to resolving longstanding tensions between ethnic groups, a situation that’s worsened with looser controls over online speech.

The United Nations says close to 140,000 Rohingya remain displaced after clashes with the ethnic Rakhine Buddhist population drove them from their homes last year. The government has elected to keep them living in apartheid-like conditions, segregated from the Rakhines, in camps they are not allowed to leave for their own security. The government’s plan for eventual resettlement requires a registration process under which Rohingya are designated as “Bengali.” But many Rohingya are refusing to be registered even if it means they might be resettled from the squalid temporary camps where they now live.

“The Myanmar government’s response to Rohingya displacement has been guided by segregationist policies that perpetuate inter-communal tensions,” said Melanie Teff of Refugees international in a May 30 statement to launch a critical report on the government’s treatment of Rohingya.

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Most Rohingya, even those whose families have been in Myanmar – also known as Burma – for generations, are denied citizenship under a 1982 law that renders them stateless. Human Rights Watch accused security forces of failing to prevent – and in some cases participating in – atrocities against Rohingya during clashes last year with the state’s ethnic Rakhine Buddhist population.

Violence last June and October left at least 192 people dead, mostly Rohingya. Sittwe’s former population of about 73,000 Rohingya has now dwindled to 5,000 people confined in one neighborhood, guarded by security forces. The vast majority of displaced Rohingya are still living in temporary camps.


The Rohingya men arrested May 6 were apparently detained in connection to a protest over a government registration program that required them to state their identities as Bengali.

Zia Ul Haq and the nine others were released just before dawn. But four more villagers were shackled and driven an hour to the Rakhine capital Sittwe, where they were detained at a police station without charge for 10 days in abject conditions.

“I got only water, no food,” says Fazil Ahmad.

Officers at the police station and the district police headquarters denied all knowledge of the arrests. But another officer, who refused to provide his name, said the villagers had been brought in for questioning about an April 26 demonstration at a camp for displaced Rohingya during which a soldier was injured.

The Rohingya were protesting a registration process which the government was carrying before implementing a resettlement program.

Building temporary shelters is part of a three-step plan to resettle the displaced, says Hla Han, the state minister for development affairs. Afterwards, it will create jobs in industries like fishing and agriculture, then permanently resettle the displaced in locations to be determined in talks between ethnic leaders, government officials, and aid groups.

Hla Han declined to offer a timeline for the plan.

“We need to take time, we can’t say exactly,” he says. “Even the first stage is not settled yet.”


As part of the government’s resettlement plan, officials were to go to camps to compile a list of displaced people and where they were from. But the list required Rohingyas to identify themselves as “Bengali.” When officials tried to survey displaced people in camps around Theak Kae Pyin village, protests broke out with women and children chanting, “We are Rohingya.”

Hla Han says a soldier suffered a concussion after being hit in the head by a stick. A border police officer and a civilian official suffered bruises, he says.

Aung Kyaw Win, an administrator elected to represent several villages including Nga Pon Gyee and Nga Pon Shay, says the police told him they conducted the raid after hearing that protest organizers were hiding there.

But Fious Ahmad says he was never questioned about the protests while being held in jail without food, a bed, or even a blanket to sleep on.

“I don’t know why the police seized me,” he says in an interview outside Nga Pon Shay’s mosque a day after his release. “The police said to me, ‘Say you’re Bengali.’ I told them, ‘Yes, I’m Bengali.’ But the police beat me anyway.”

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Anger as record number of maimed troops are denied disability benefit in Government’s controversial assessments

  • Hundreds of injured ex-soldiers declared fit for work by Atos Healthcare
  • Royal British Legion announce rise in soldiers having claims rejected
  • Soldiers forced to undergo demeaning physical tests by firm
No help for heroes: A record number of wounded war veterans have been denied disability benefits in the past year (file picture)No help for heroes: A record number of wounded war veterans have been denied disability benefits in the past year (file picture)

A record number of wounded war veterans have been denied disability benefits in the past year after undergoing tests carried out by the Government’s controversial assessment company.

Hundreds of injured ex-soldiers are being declared fit for work by Atos Healthcare in spite of physical and mental injuries they suffered in the conflicts in Afghanistan and Iraq.

Last night, the Royal British Legion (RBL) announced a 72 per cent annual rise in former soldiers having their applications to receive Employment Support Allowance (ESA) turned down. Several hundred wounded personnel were denied the benefit on the basis of physical examinations conducted by Atos, according to the RBL.

The company is contracted by the Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) to assess benefits claimants’ capability to work.

In one case, Lance Corporal Mark Dryden, 35 – a former member of the Royal Regiment of Fusiliers who, after an explosion in Iraq, lost his right arm and the full use of his left – was asked by Atos assessors if he was left or right-handed. He is now taking his case against the DWP to a benefits tribunal.

That case, and others, have led to accusations that Atos Healthcare is under intense pressure to produce assessments that enable the Government to reject benefits claims.

Servicemen suffering from the mental scars of combat also complain that they have been turned down for disability benefits.

Many injured troops have also described having to undergo demeaning physical tests by the firm.

Last night, Peter Poole, the Strategic Director of Combat Stress, a charity serving ex-soldiers suffering from conditions such as Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder, told The Mail on Sunday that, when questioned, wounded troops tended to play down the discomfort they were feeling because to make a fuss went against the military ethos.

He said this led to Atos assessors marking down military candidates.

Showing respect: Prince Phillip, Duke of Edinburgh meets with patients and staff at the defence medical rehabilitation centre at Headley Court in Surrey last monthShowing respect: Prince Phillip, Duke of Edinburgh meets with patients and staff at the defence medical rehabilitation centre at Headley Court in Surrey last month

He added: ‘Atos needs to use its resources to the best effect to ensure soldiers receive the best attention. Many of the doctors and psychologists used by Atos might not have treated troops before.’

Atos is in the process of assessing two million claimants for ESA, which replaced Incapacity Benefit in 2008.

An Atos spokesman said: ‘A physical examination is a small part of the WCA process and people are only asked to do what they can and what is comfortable, with their specific consent.’

A DWP spokesman added: ‘The percentage of people getting long-term unconditional support has more than doubled in two years, but everyone has the right to appeal if they disagree with the outcome of their assessment.’


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Turkish Police Starts Using “CHEMICAL WEAPON” Agent Orange

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Reports of agent orange being used on protesters in Turkey (Photos)

Turkey protests

Protests spread across Turkey on Saturday as tens of thousands of demonstrators headed to the streets during the second day of civil unrest in the country. The protests began on what is now being called “Bloody Friday” over plans to destroy Gezi Park, known as the only green space left in central Istanbul. It started as a peaceful protest, with demonstrators setting up tents, singing, and reading books to at the park to keep out bulldozers. Police soon began to fire tear gas grenades, water cannons, and rubber bullets into the crowd or peaceful protesters. Protesters claim the Turkish government is using chemical weapons against them. There have beennumerous reports that the Turkish government is using Agent Orange, a chemical banned by the U.N. against the protesters.

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Without Irony, the U.S. Rebukes Turkey for Cracking Down on Protesters


by: by David Harris Gershon


Without a hint of irony, the State Department rebuked Turkey for cracking down on citizens assembling in public to protest the razing of Gezi Park in Instanbul.

“We believe that Turkey’s long-term stability, security and prosperity is best guaranteed by upholding the fundamental freedoms of expression, assembly and association, which is what it seems these individuals were doing.”These freedoms are crucial to any healthy democracy,” [Department Spokesperson] Psaki added.

Indeed, a country’s long-term prosperity is best guaranteed by upholding the fundamental freedom of assembly, a freedom “crucial to any healthy democracy.”Unfortunately, as we’ve seen all too often during the past several years, particularly with regard to Occupy Wall Street, this freedom in America has been viewed as anything but absolute, and it could be rightfully argued that this right has been viewed as anything but crucial as well.

After all, this is a country with increasingly militarized police forces in which local cops are being armed with weapons suitable for the battlefield.

This is a country in which large gatherings of peaceful protesters, from Occupy Wall Street to Stop and Frisk marches, are increasingly being met with police responses that often look like this:

If we are to rebuke other nations for cracking down on protesters gathering to air their grievances in public, it is first necessary to remind ourselves just how “crucial” that right to do so actually is. How fundamental a right the freedom to assemble has been in shaping the character of our nation.

It is first necessary to re-examine the way in which we have been muting, with force, the voices of many in our own country who gather to protest before rebuking others.

Otherwise, to engage in such international rebukes is to engage in self-parody.

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The Pain of the Others: Muslims Tour Auschwitz


Subject: RE: The Pain of the Others: Muslims Tour Auschwitz
Help!  Somebody please tell these people that they are in the wrong place!
Btw, excusez-moi…while I puke…! IMHO – these people should go to Gaza and witness 
the REAL ongoing holocaust there.  

The true Muslims (Allah (سبحانہ و تعا لی) Most High knows who they are) owe no apology to anyone for the atrocities committed in the name of Islam/Muslims because we are NOT the cause/perpetrator of such.  I am sick and tired of reading about 9/11, Madrid…, London 7/7, Boston.., Woolwich…and I am sure there will be more garbage being planned
to demonize/humiliate us further.

The Pain of the Others: Muslims Tour Auschwitz
by Abby Zimet
Often drawing parallels between the suffering of Jews and Palestinians, Muslim leaders from around the world made emotional visits last week to Dachau, Auschwitz and other European sites as part of a Holocaust awareness program. Imams recited the Janazah, the Muslim prayer for the dead, inside the crematorium at Dachau, and held afternoon prayers in front of Auschwitz’ infamous, bullet-hole-riddled “Wall of Death,” where many thousands died.
“What can you say? You’re speechless. What you have seen is beyond human imagination…Whether in Europe today or in the Muslim world, my call to humanity: End racism, for G-d’s sake, end anti-Semitism, for G-d’s sake, end Islamophobia for G-d’s sake, end sexism for G-d’s sake… Enough is enough.” – Imam Mohamed Magid, President of the Islamic Society of North America.

“A terrorist is someone who has a bomb but doesn’t have an air force.” — William Blum, Rogue State, p93 

 It will be a great day when our schools have all the money they need, and our air force has to have a bake-sale to buy a bomber. ~Robert Fulghum 

“We no longer have senators and congressmen who represent our interests. The great project of America has been hijacked by big corporations and the super rich.”— Doris”Granny D”Haddock 

“Rats and roaches live by competition under the laws of supply and demand; it is the privilege of human beings to live under the laws of justice and mercy.”
~Wendell Berry

Krishnamurti: “It is no measure of health to be well adjusted to a profoundly sick society.”

NOTHING will end war unless the people themselves REFUSE to go to war.” -Albert Einstein 

“Those who give up their liberty for more security neither deserve liberty nor security.” Benjamin Franklin

“None are more hopelessly enslaved than those who falsely believe they are free.” – Johann Wolfgang von Goethe 

“The most effective way to destroy people is to deny and obliterate their own understanding of their history.” – George Orwell

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Syria’s new anti-aircraft missiles will be game-changing, say defence analysts

Russian S-300 missiles
Syria‘s new anti-aircraft missile system will have a “game-changing” effect on the regime’s defence capabilities, and pose a serious military threat to any hostile aircraft, defence analysts say.

The S-300s supplied by Russia are designed to shoot down planes and ballistic missiles. They have a range of up to 125 miles. Once up and running, this will enable them to destroy not only civilian and military aircraft in Syrian airspace, but also inside Israel. The S-300s can also track and strike multiple targets simultaneously.

Robert Hewson, editor of IHS Jane’s Air-Launched Weapons, said it was plausible that some parts of the S-300s had already arrived in Syria, as the president, Bashar al-Assad, claimed on Thursday. “The whole thing is a collection of vehicles. You have a launcher, radar and a command and control vehicle. You need all of that working together.” He described the system as formidable and respected by western military planners: “If your plan is to waltz into Syrian airspace and start bombing things this is a big wrinkle.”

Hewson said he expected the Russians to supply military advisers who would work closely with their Syrian counterparts and train them how to use the system: “There is a big danger that if you blow the SA-300 up you will kill a lot of Russians. I don’t think the Israelis want to do that. This is Russia operating at a big international level and saying: ‘Assad is still our guy and we stand beside him.’”

The S-300s are similar to the US Patriot surface-to-air missile system. Last December Nato authorised the deployment of Patriots in Turkey to protect the country from missiles fired by Syrian government forces. Unlike the Patriots, however, the S-300s have not been tested in combat situations. Nonetheless, Hewson said they were a serious military threat. “If you are someone who wants to roam around Syrian airspace with impunity this makes it harder for you,” he said.

The Soviet Union developed a forerunner of the current system, the S-300P, back in the 1960s. The latest export version – the S-300PMU-1 and 2 – was devised in the late 1990s. The missiles are highly mobile and launched from all-terrain trucks. Each launcher vehicle carries four missile containers, with two missiles for each target; typically six vehicles operate together. The missiles are fired vertically and according to experts are “very fast”, fly very high and can be launched in just five minutes. Syria will almost certainly attempt to integrate the new S-300s into its existing air defence systems, they add.

The timeline for the anticipated Syrian deployment of the S-300 remains hazy. Hewson said it could be “up and running within a minimum of a few weeks” once all components were in, and provided qualified Syrian personnel were available.

But a source in Russia’s defence ministry told Reuters he knew of no Syrians who had already been trained by Moscow, and put the completion of the S-300 delivery at “six to 12 months from now”.

Assuming Assad survives in power, such a delay could allow Israel ample opportunity to destroy the S-300s – an option Israel’s defence minister said earlier this week was very real.

Hewson said the truck-towed S-300 would be physically hard to conceal. Its “distinctive radar signal” makes it relatively easy to identify and target, he added.

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Holocaust scammer nailed; gets nearly two years in jail for bilking German gov’t out of more than $57 M



A female forger from the former Soviet Union was slapped with nearly two years in prison today for creating phony identity papers that helped a fraud ring scam more than $57 million in Holocaust reparations from the German government.

A weeping Dora Grande bowed her head in shame and let out a whimper after Manhattan federal Judge Thomas Griesa said she deserved a “meaningful penalty” for forging about 300 documents at $100 a pop while working as a translator and notary public in Brooklyn.

In addition to the 21 months prison time — just three months shy of the maximum under her plea deal — Griesa ordered Grande to forfeit the $30,000 she pocketed through the scam, and also pay $75,000 in restitution.–300×300.jpg” width=”300″ height=”300″ /> 

Chad Rachman/New York Post
Dora Grande

Defense lawyer Glenn Morak argued that Grande, 65, had no idea that her fake birth certificates would be used in a massive scheme to rip off the Manhattan-based Conference on Jewish Material Claims Against Germany.

But prosecutor Christopher Frey said Grande “basically turned a blind eye” to her clients’ plans, noting that “the fraud permeated the Brighton Beach community” where she lives.

Grande sobbed as she begged for mercy, saying she was “so sorry and ashamed” of what she did that she told her family and friends not to show up in court to support her.

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Belgian students vote secretly for boycott of IsraHell


Motion to freeze ties with Israeli universities gains 85% support


In the vote last month, kept secret until this week, the general council of the Federation of French-speaking Students in Belgium, or FEF, adopted a motion calling for “a freezing of relations with Israeli universities,” the Belgian newspaper Le Soir reported Wednesday. The motion was supported by 85 percent of voters.

The resolution is not binding on Belgian institutions of higher education.

In an interview published Friday, FEF President David Mendez Yepez told Le Soir that his organization had kept the April 13 vote secret until now “to address people who would have been shocked or startled by our position.” Some 500 delegates voted, he said.

FEF represents some 100,000 students from 25 institutions.

FEF President David Mendez Yepez featured in a report in the newspaper Le Soir following FEF’s decision to freeze communications with Israeli universities. (FEF Facebook)

Citing “violations of various international law conventions committed by Israel,” the FEF motion states the “the time has come to sever ties with Israeli institutions of learning, be it through student exchanges or research.”

Maurice Sosnowski, president of the CCOJB umbrella organization representing French-speaking Jews in Belgium, slammed the vote.
“Isolating one party and preventing people from getting to know the other constitutes discrimination which runs contrary to the ethical, moral and educational role of the university,” he told the European Jewish Press.

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