Archive | August 30th, 2013

Anti-American protest: Jordanians protest possible US involvement

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PFLP condemns US threats and Western aggression against Syria



The Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine condemned US and Western threats and aggression against Syria, denouncing these countries’ threats to wage an illegal war and exacerbate the explosive situation in the region. The US is threatening severe harm to the Syrian people and the Arab people, through a lengthy conflict that threatens its future, the sovereignty and unity and its territory, that will benefit no one but warmongers and predators of neocolonialism, domination and occupation in perpetuating the enslavement of the region, its peoples and its wealth.

The Front rejected the Zionist and imperialist aggression and external intervention in all forms and warned against the crocodile tears of the forces of war and aggression against the Syrian and Arab people, who are doing all they can to prevent a political solution that can save the people and the nation and stop the bloodshed in Syria, The same forces provide their utmost support to the occupation of Palestine and the torture of its people for over a century. The Front warned of the role of the Arab League or some Arab or Muslim states being used by the advocates of war and aggression in an attempt to provide cover for this dirty war.

The people of the region and their children will be the ones who pay for it, again and again.

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Study: Holocaust site trips cause mental disease



new study led by Tel Aviv University researchers finds that the Holocaust education trips Israeli students take Poland every year can trigger mental health problems. The study was based on questionnaires filled out by 50 Israeli psychiatrists and residents specializing in children and adolescents. The Holocaust trips accounted for as many reported psychiatric referrals as high school “sleep-out” trips – multi-day hiking excursions to various parts of Israel – which are much more frequent and widely attended. Even so, the researchers say, severe psychological fallout from the Holocaust-education trips appears to be rare. Only four diagnoses of psychosis, one diagnosis of PTSD, and one hospitalization were reported. About a third of the psychiatric professionals surveyed in this pilot study said they had treated teenagers for psychological problems arising from the Holocaust education trips. While most of the teenagers were treated for less severe symptoms such as anxiety, adjustment, and mood disorders, reports also cited hospitalization, post-traumatic-stress disorder, and psychosis. In the majority of cases, the affected teenagers exhibited risk factors—like psychiatric or family crises or social difficulties – prior to the Holocaust education trips. Others had stressful experiences during the trips, such as being bullied, that were unrelated to Holocaust education. In the future, the study suggests investigating the role identity plays in teenagers’ reactions to preplanned stressors. For instance, do Holocaust-education trips affect Israeli teenagers differently than their peers from other countries? Or is having a Holocaust-survivor grandparent a risk factor? American Jewish scholar, professor Jacob Neusner once complained that American Judaism was becoming a ‘Holocaust memorial movement’. Israeli professor Yeshyahu Leibowictz has defined Holocaust as new Jewish religion. And finally a good prescription from an honest Jewish Shrink. “Remembering the Holocaust is like placing a live hand grenade in a room full of small children.[[[[ It is no good to them in any way, and sooner or later they will play with it, and kill or injure themselves]]]]. [[[[Only an evil person would do such a thing. ]]]]]]Those who place Holocaust memory on earth are the historians, the archivists, the museum directors, the writers, the designers of Holocaust memorials, the creators of memory websites.[[[[ Politicians and philosophers demand and emphasise Holocaust memory. They bear a heavy responsibility, and it is increasing. A hypothetical United States conquest of Africa, to “implement human rights and stop genocide”, would probably kill over ten million people. (That guess is based on the civilian casualties in Iraq and Vietnam). The longer the Holocaust is remembered, the more people will suffer, the more people will die, the more injustice will be done – all with reference to that memory. The right thing to do is to terminate the memory,” says Paul Treanor.]]]]
[ed notes:if my memory serves me right,according to a uk times correspondant in balkans.dennis glass(i think his name was) during and after ww2,who visited the concentration camps after allies defeated german nazis…wrote a series of pieces including his book,stating that most images fed to western audiances(via zionist press)of so called mountains of dead bodies in these camps,were actually not that of jews,but of other ethnic groups,polish,austrians,gypsies etc,who made up 90% of the majority of victims and people in camps,as opposed to only 10% jews who were in the camps and among dead…according to him this fact was conveniently left out of msm press in west…

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Turkey’s Opposition Parties Reject Military Strike in Syria

 there is a growing distrust among the Turkish opposition parties of the evidence provided for holding the Assad regime responsible for the chemical weapons attack. [[[“Turkey should not be pulled into a war in Syria based on fabricated and one-sided intelligence reports,” Haluk Koc, deputy chairman of the main opposition Republican People’s Party (CHP), said today, Aug. 29. “Before all the facts become clear about the Syrian [chemical weapons attack] issue, we need to be very careful about making warmongering speeches and its potential costs to us. At the end of this process, Syria may become an Afghanistan. All the terror activities around the world could be sparked from there. These [in the Syrian opposition] are the most radical, backward-minded people … And all these problems could be easily sucked into Turkey. We may end up witnessing same problems [related to radical Islamist activity] in Turkey.]]]]”
 Devlet Bahceli, leader of the Nationalist Movement Party (MHP) also sent a warning to his constituency in a written statement inviting them all to be more skeptical about the allegation that Assad is responsible for the chemical weapons attack in Ghouta“It’s only a matter of time for the internal strife in Syria to turn into an all-out regional war. The usage of chemical weapons, which was declared a red line, seems to be the triggering facilitator,” he wrote on Aug. 28, emphasizing that it’s everyone’s duty to objectively assess who actually attacked with chemical weapons in Syria. 
“[[[[It’s not only immoral, but against international law to engage in a warmongering approach with hollow excuses and fabricated evidence. There is no doubt that military deterrence should be pursued as a last resort. Moreover, the unbearable scenes coming out of Syria need to be brought to the attention of the UN Security Council as well as its General Assembly to make sure that whatever action is decided, it is agreed upon as a legitimate operation.” Bahceli added. “It’s sad and mind-boggling to observe the ruling [Justice and Development Party] AKP being so willing to see the international community carry out a military strike against Syria.”]]]] Haldun Solmazturk, a retired brigadier general, also draws attention to the credibility of US intelligence. “[[[If they are determined, and see it as in their interest, they find the right people to say it to the international community. Remember what happened before the Iraq war,” he said on Aug. 28 at a conference in Ankara. “They put Colin Powell, a highly respected former general, before the UN and it was proven later on that all he said was a lie. This should not repeat.]]]]” Adnan Sefik Cirkin, Hatay deputy of the MHP, also draws attention to the upper hand of radical Islamists in the Syrian opposition and sends his own warning about the impact of any military strike against the Syrian regime on regional countries. 
[[[[“Up until now, the Syrians considered the state to mean the Assad family. Now, they see that it’s providing them shelter from these radicals, and still continues to pay their salaries despite all that is going on. It may be the first time that Syria, since its establishment, is really growing to become a nation, a state,” he said. “If the Assad regime collapses now, it becomes a disaster for us.”]]]] [[[Atilla Kart, Konya deputy of the CHP, also sent in a mass email today that his inquiry regarding the landing of three Saudi Arabian military transportation C-130 flights to Ankara’s Esenboga Airport on Feb. 24 and 25 have finally been answered]]]]. “[[[[[These flights were intended to provide humanitarian aid to Syrian refugees [which is not only limited to] Saudi Arabia,” the Turkish Foreign Ministry wrote to Kart on July 15. “Turkey aims to help the Syrian people and its opposition in building a new Syria that is democratic, peaceful and comforting.” Drawing attention to the fact that such flights also landed on Aug. 15 to 17, Kart added: “Since when is it Turkey’s business to nation-build?”]]]] 
To sum up, Turkey’s political opposition is deeply concerned that this chemical weapons attack could be a setup to invite outside military intervention, which may unfortunately help to further strengthen the radical Islamist elements at Turkey’s doorstep, and that Turkey’s ruling party actually helped to strengthen these radical elements in Syria. Many worry that Turkey will end up paying a serious price for this reckless policy. [[[[“Al-Qaeda was once in Afghanistan. Now they gathered all the world’s jihadists in Syria,” one prominent official told Al-Monitor, harshly criticizing the US policies on Syria and the broader Middle East. “Where will they be next if [the United States] continues pursuing such wrong policies? Turkey? Why not?”]]]]]

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U.S. President Barack Obama should rearticulate his policy of regime change for Syria, saysMichael Weiss, a columnist at NOW Lebanon.(RUNS ZIONIST JEWISH HENRY JACKSON SOCIETY,WHOS AFFILIATED WITH JINSA AND TOP WEAPONS MANUFACTURERS IN WORLD)
“No direct U.S. military engagement would work without a concomitant commitment to building up the armed opposition, which has also been a long-neglected official U.S. goal,” he writes for Foreign Affairs. “A responsible and trustworthy rebel army could be tasked not only with fighting the regime and its manifold proxies but also with safeguarding (ZIONIST RAN)U.S., European, and regional interests from the rise of extremists in the Levant.”Unfortunately, he notes, the US and the West have failed to deliver on earlier commitments to send light weapons to the Supreme Military Command, a the coordination and logistics umbrella for the Free Syrian Army (FSA) led by Salim Idris (above).[[[“And yet, in spite of such torpidity, there are encouraging signs,” Weiss argues: Little covered by the international press and policy wonks, in recent months, the southern front in Syria has seen rebel units backed by the West and its allies winning more and more territory at the expense of both Assad and al Qaeda, which has been using the war in Syria as an opportunity to expand its reach to establish what it hopes will be a Islamic emirate in advance of a worldwide caliphate. The credit for this goes mainly to Saudi Arabia and to what it calls its “southern strategy,” or the buildup of rebel forces in and around Damascus, particularly in the towns of Barzeh, Jobar, and Qaboun, where rebels have seized regime weapons caches and even overtaken an electrical facility. All of these towns are located in Eastern Ghouta district, the very same area that Assad gassed last week and had gassed before then, too.
[ed notes:the above statements are encouraging to zionazi likudnik chickehawks like weiss and hjs!!!
Syrian President Bashar al-Assad wrongfully underestimated the (zionst ran)U.S. policy against intervening in any international conflicts……Assad had previously used chemical weapons on different occasions and the U.S. administration did not react in any way to deter the Syrian regime,”(Zionist) Syrian analyst Atef al-Souri writes for Fikra ForumAs for the rebels, they are achieving noticeable progress around Damascus after receiving sophisticated Saudi weapons….As for the strategic objective behind the [U.S.] intervention, we are hoping that it would be for the purpose of pushing Assad to accept the Geneva agreement and cede power.Any regime change should remain the task of the Syrian people, said the ranking Republican on the U.S. Senate Foreign Relations Committee.“I hope it is the kind of action that does not move us away from the policy we have right now of where we want to see the Syrian opposition group taking the lead on the ground,” said Senator Bob Corker.(corker is a zionist! see… 
GOP Sen. Corker: Obama did ‘very good job’ in AIPAC address
Train the opposition“The United States should now make recruiting and training many thousands more rebels a top priority,” Weiss contends: One incentive for doing so is that, unless Washington plans to dispatch Joint Special Operations Command units into Syria at a later date (and that does not seem likely), it will require its own proxy — a Syrian gendarmerie — for curtailing the military and political influence of al Qaeda. …Some have said that building a trustworthy rebel ally is an impossible task. But there is perhaps no better indicator of the readiness of certain rebel formations to play ball than the confidence with which top FSA commanders in Deraa openly condemn Jabhat al-Nusra and the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant — the two al Qaeda franchises in Syria — and label them hirelings of Syrian intelligence. Conditions are “fertile for the weakening of the jihadists” to the benefits of opposition moderates, Weiss contends.
[ed notes:you have to laugh really,when a zionist jewish chickenhawk advocating wars for israhell,comes out with such a statement,that proof zionist ran us and allies can build a trustworthy new regime under fsa(made up of all kinds of extremists and directed by major general paul e vallely a ziocon israhell lapdog,see ) after they gave a silly statement claiming to not align with alqaeda al nusra and other fronts,wich are directed and funded by zionist ran,client regimes like saudi arabia,qatar,and other gcc puppet monarchies lol
“Assad has emerged unscathed from every reprehensible escalation of violence he has committed against his own people,” says Ziadeh, a former Reagan-Fascell fellow at the National Endowment for Democracy.
[ed notes:backround on ziadeh lol 

SYRIA FALSE FLAG_0001.wmv – YouTube

Prevent ‘a Congo on the Mediterranean’

[ed notes:preventing a congo scenario,interesting prashing really considering israhells role in that genocidal conflict as well as zionist ran us’s ..see 
Israel and the Ongoing Holocaust in Congo
16 Years of U.S. Genocide in Congo “In the next few days and weeks, then, it is not just live images of explosions in Damascus that should consume the United States’ attention, but also to activity at the northern and southern borders of Syria,” Weiss writes in Foreign Affairs: Are the rebels receiving adequate weapons and training? Are they gaining ground in the southern front? Has Idris stopped drafting open letters to the president begging him for more help than he’s yet received? The answers will indicate whether a coherent strategy is in play….It would be folly to have witnessed the shattering of previously held myths about Syria only to see the recrudescence of another: that a Syria with Assad in it will prove more stable and manageable than a Syria without him. Obama needs to start by recognizing how foolish and dangerous that assumption is.[[[“Two or three days’ worth of airstrikes that are not geared toward regime change would do little to prevent the emergence of a Congo on the Mediterranean,’ Weiss concludes. “But they would guarantee that the United States will be returning to this conflict later, at time not of its own choosing.”]]]]]


Syrians In Ghouta Claim Saudi Supplied Rebels Behind Chemical Attack


“My son came to me two weeks ago asking what I thought the weapons were that he had been asked to carry,” said Abu Abdel-Moneim, the father of a rebel fighting to unseat Assad, who lives in Ghouta.Abdel-Moneim said his son and 12 other rebels were killed inside of a tunnel used to store weapons provided by a Saudi militant, known as Abu Ayesha, who was leading a fighting battalion. The father described the weapons as having a “tube-like structure” while others were like a “huge gas bottle.”Ghouta townspeople said the rebels were using mosques and private houses to sleep while storing their weapons in tunnels. “They didn’t tell us what these arms were or how to use them,” complained a female fighter named ‘K.’ “We didn’t know they were chemical weapons.
We never imagined they were chemical weapons.”“When Saudi Prince Bandar gives such weapons to people, he must give them to those who know how to handle and use them,” she warned. She, like other Syrians, do not want to use their full names for fear of retribution.A well-known rebel leader in Ghouta named ‘J’ agreed. “Jabhat al-Nusra militants do not cooperate with other rebels, except with fighting on the ground. They do not share secret information. They merely used some ordinary rebels to carry and operate this material,” he said.“We were very curious about these arms. And unfortunately, some of the fighters handled the weapons improperly and set off the explosions,” ‘J’ said.

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Israelis are sneaking into Jordan to help Syrian refugees

Quote from the article at link below:

“… the Arab countries offer condolences… but the best role is provided by the Israelis because they are crossing the border to provide assistance to the refugees who fled deprived of everything, risking their lives without a word of thank you…”


The organisation is an NGO called IL4Syrians – front page of website has some pics:

Website also describes themselves, their mission and their projects (they do work elsewhere as well).We are a group of Israeli citizens who love their homeland and believe in a Jewish tradition and culture that values a compassionate, open-minded respect for the sanctity of human life and dignity.  We believe we are blessed to be born in a democratic country that enables its citizens to travel to challenging and dangerous places. the Israeli (MOSSAD FRONT)NGO works with cash only: in order to buy the humanitarian aid locally, to stay under the radar, and protect the lives of volunteers and local contacts.So far we have delivered: 3. Media Coverage:  We want to broadcast the brutal and honest pictures from the crisis.  Therefore we trained young boys ages 15-20 to use the equipment, take shots that the media will want to see, and teach them to remained untraceable, so they stay out of danger:

  • 500 digital camera
  • 3 satellite transmitters

Let’s go to the videotape.

[ed notes:can you imagine?fake zionist ngo’s in arab countries and Syria itself,admitting to handing out digital cameras,training young boys how to create videos zionist west will want to display against Syrian govt,also admitting they are handing out cold cash to opposition elements?this all coming from a fake ngo made up of zionist israhellis representing a state of israhell whom they claim is democratic,wich practices equal rights for all,a most absurd and propagandistic twisting of reality,wich fools noone knowledgable on israhells apartheid,colonial expansionism…


Why is the Zionist Lobby keeping quiet on Syria Crisis?

Damien Lataan, Aug 29 2013
In a recent article in Politico, Anna Palmer pondered the question of why the Israel lobby is silent on Syria. After having spoken with a number of pro-Israel activists representing organisations like AIPAC and the AJC she reports that most have kept quiet about the events in Syria for two main reasons: one is the uncertainty of what is going on in Syria and, two, not wanting to seem in any way influential about US foreign policy relating to affairs in the Middle East, especially after the disastrous invasion of Iraq which was strongly supported by most Israeli lobby groups on the basis that Saddam supported the Palestinian cause during the Second Intifada and had WMDs likely to be used against Israel. Meanwhile, at Commentary online magazine, lead neocon propagandist Jonathan Tobin attempts to spin that the pro-Israeli groups in the US, better known as the Israel Lobby (‘so-called’ as Tobin would have it), don’t have a vested interest in the outcome of the Syrian war because, regardless of who wins, it will not, he says, be in Israel’s interests. He denies that the pro-Israeli organisations are not trying to keep a low profile for any nefarious reasons that they could take advantage of or that they are worried about public opinion if they supported intervention against al-Assad. The reality, which Palmer has ignored and which Tobin would vehemently deny, is that the Israeli Zionists, including the neocons and those in AIPAC, the AJC and the other pro-Israeli organisations are hoping that the war in Syria where al-Assad is supported by Hezbollah and Iran, will spill out into Lebanon which will then provide Israel with an opportunity to attack Hezbollah. Further escalation may then even involve an attack against Iran by either Israel and/or the US. Israel will play its usual game of provocation such as IDF incursions into Lebanon, drone flights over Lebanon, low level strike jet overflights into Lebanese airspace, shootings of Palestinians in the West Bank and Gaza Strip, etc., in the hope of provoking retaliation from the Palestinians and Hezbollah that would justify a full on attack against both. A US and allied attack against Syria might also provoke retaliatory attacks against Israel that would also justify Israeli action. But, of course, none of this is likely to be talked about openly by Zionist Israelis or their representative Israel Lobby organisations are they? Hence the silence.
[ed notes:for a long list showing the ”not so silent”(quite open and vocal actually) likudnik and zionist israhelli and even western zionist support for intervention and regime change,not seen anywhere else on net,go here..

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2- videos Hands off Syria New York Times Square Do not be Al Qaeda’s Air Force


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 Obama Constituency Overwhelmingly Supports War with Syria 
Despite a Reuters/Ipsos poll showing that only 9% of Americans support military intervention in Syria, the White House today assured the public that a more recent and reliable poll leaves no doubt that the President’s constituency favors war.
The poll was conducted by Defense Industries Systems Information, Inc. (DIS Information). It shows that 99.9% prefer increased U.S. military intervention. The poll has a .1% margin of error. DIS Information spokesperson Lyon Daly spoke to this reporter about the polling methodology and findings.
Lyon Daly: We use the same scientific polling methods as Reuters/Ipsos, but our job is to come up with results that support what our clients and the President want to hear without compromising quality. It’s very similar to the way the press provides facts without informing the public, and we even provide many such facts.”
Barb Weir: How do you do this and still maintain methodological integrity?”
LD: The Reuters/lpsos poll used all Americans as its base, whereas we used all constituents. Elected officials are much more likely to listen to their constituents than to random Americans.
BW: Who are these constituents? Can you provide us with a few subjects to interview?
LD: Of course. Here is a short list, and we can provide more, if you like:
General Atomics
Jabhat al-Nusra Friends of al-Qaeda
Halliburton Company
The American Israel Public Affairs Committee (AIPAC)
Kellogg, Brown and Root, Inc.
Saudi Arabian King Abdullah Bin Abdulaziz al-Saud
Northrop Grumman Corporation
Qatar Emir Tamim bin Hamad al-Thani

BW: But Mr. Daly, these are corporations, the Israel lobby, a terrorist organization and Arab monarchs!
LD: Of course, Ms. Weir. As I told you, we polled the President’s constituency, not the American public.


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