Archive | April 17th, 2014

‘Deal with the Devil Killed Baruch’



A friend and colleague of slain Chief Supt. Baruch Mizrahi, who was almost killed himself, blames deals with Palestinian Arabs for murder.

Israel National News

In an unusually harsh statement for a serving security officer, a friend and colleague of slain police officer Chief Superintendent Baruch Mizrahi has blamed the government’s policies of appeasement toward the Palestinian Arabs for the terrorist murder that took place Friday near Hevron.

The man – identified only by the Hebrew initial Ayin – told Channel 10 television that he had been driving in the car behind Mizrahi’s when the terrorists opened fire, killing Mizrahi and seriously injuring his wife.

While his interviewers tried to get him to describe the sights, sounds and emotions of the ambush, he insisted that these were irrelevant details. The main thing, he said, is the motivation that led to the murder. This motivation, he explained, was provided by a “deal with the devil” that certain ministers in the Israeli government have been carrying out.

While he did not name names, it was clear that Ayin was referring to Tzipi Livni (Hatnua), who heads Israel’s negotiating team in the talks with the Palestinian Authority (PA), and to deals she agreed to involving the release of terrorist murderers – deals which enjoy the support of some of the government’s other ministers as well.

Ayin said that he wanted to maintain anonymity because he did not want his children to know that they had so closely escaped a terror attack. His children were in the car with him when the ambush took place, and the bullets passed only 30 centimeters, or about 15 inches, from them. Ayin and his wife told the children that the event they had experienced had been a flat tire.

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The US Is Considering Arming Ukrainian Forces

pro-Russian gunman eastern Ukraine SlovyanskEfrem Lukatsky / AP

A pro-Russian gunman stands guard at a seized police station in the eastern Ukraine town of Slovyansk on Sunday, April 13, 2014.

BERLIN (Reuters) – The United States is considering supplying arms to Ukraine, where unrest in eastern cities bears the hallmarks of a Russian destabilization drive, an adviser to Secretary of State John Kerry said on Monday.Ukraine’s president on Monday threatened military action after pro-Russian separatists occupying government buildings in the east ignored an ultimatum to leave and another group of rebels attacked a police headquarters in the troubled region.

Asked during a trip to Berlin whether the United States could arm Ukrainian forces, senior diplomat Thomas Shannon said: “Obviously we are looking at that as an option … but at this point I can’t anticipate whether or not we are going to do that.”

Republican Senator John McCain has suggested providing weapons to the Ukraine government, which says the occupations that began on Sunday are part of a Russian-led plan to dismember the country.

“From our point of view what we are seeing in a series of cities mimics what we saw in Crimea both in terms of the tactics and in terms of the people involved,” said Shannon, who holds the title of counselor.

“From our point of view there is a very obvious Russian hand in all of this and we consider these actions to be destabilizing and dangerous.”

Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov has dismissed Western accusations that Moscow is destabilizing Ukraine, saying the situation could improve only if Kiev took into account the interests of Russian-speaking regions.

(Reporting by Sabine Siebold; Writing by Alexandra Hudson; Editing by Tom Heneghan)

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Syria: US, Turkey, I$raHell behind chemical weapons attacks



Assad regime says Turkey was behind Ghouta attack in which hundreds were killed, US knew of attacks, manipulated evidence to justify ‘US aggression against Syria.’


The government of Syrian President Bashar Assad has accused the United States, Turkey, Israel, Saudi Arabia, and the rebels fighting to overthrow it, of being responsible for chemical weapons attacks in the country, Syria’s state news agency SANA reported on Tuesday.

In letters to the UN Security Council as well as UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon, the Assad regime cited “reports, studies and documented researches” that allegedly implicate the US and Turkish administrations, as well as several other countries, “whether directly or indirectly in these appalling carnage in Syria, including Khad al-Assal on March 15, 2013.”

These foreign governments, Syria accused, were also responsible for the August 21, 2013 attack that resulted in the death of hundreds of people.

Citing articles and researches into the attacks, including a report by American investigative journalist Seymour Hersh from the London Review of Books magazine, the Assad regime said the Turkish government was responsible for the Eastern Ghouta massacre, as well as several other massacres.

It also accused the US administration of being “privy to the crime and its perpetrators” and “manipulating evidence proving that it was Jabhat al-Nusra who committed it to justify a US aggression against Syria.”

The Assad regime warned that “attempts to cover up such atrocities, leveling unfair accusations against the Syrian government and fabricating excuses will only serve to encourage armed terrorist groups to use these internationally-prohibited weapons time and again and commit more crimes against the Syrian people.”

In addition to these letters, SANA reported the Syrian government has sent a document containing “incontestable proof” that rebel fighters were “in possession of the toxic chlorine which they intend to use in Aleppo governorate and other areas in Syria.”

The letters urged the UN Security Council to “shoulder responsibilities according to its counterterrorism resolutions and demand that countries supporting terrorists with weapons and funds refrain from it,” SANA reported.

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Canada plans to invade Syria: Revealed


Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper  and Netanyahu

Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper and Netanyahu

The pro-Israeli government of Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper is making diplomatic and military preparations for military intervention in Syria, leaked documents show.

Canada’s National Defense has drawn up at least five scenarios for the country’s military mission in Syria, according to documents obtained by the Ottawa Citizen.

In one scenario, Canada recognizes “a legitimate armed opposition group” fighting to overthrow the government of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad.

To justify a war on Syria, the National Defense alludes to “the rapidly deteriorating conditions in Syria, its impact on neighboring countries and … the importance of Middle East stability.”

Daniel Blouin, spokesman for the National Defense, has described such plans as “routine to significant international events.”

Separate documents reveal that Canada has been training alternatives to Assad’s government.

On Monday, the Syrian government said it holds the United States, Turkey, Israel and Saudi Arabia accountable for previous and potential chemical attacks in the Arab country.

In letters addressed to the United Nations Secretary General Ban Ki-moon and President of the UN Security Council Joy Ogwu, Syria’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Expatriates stated that the countries involved in the conspiracy against Syria have sought excuses to justify their continued aggression.

Syria has been gripped by deadly violence since 2011. Over 150,000 people have reportedly been killed and millions displaced due to the violence fueled by Western-backed militants.
According to reports, the Western powers and their regional allies — especially Qatar, Saudi Arabia and Turkey — are supporting the militants operating inside Syria.

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