Archive | May 13th, 2014

Syria: Zio-Wahhabi Rat’s Wants a New Ally I$raHell



To protect the innocent and to defeat the Assad dictatorship, Syrians should work with Israel to create a safe haven.
I spent more than a decade in Syrian prisons and therefore know what kind of regime this is. It is one which believes that torture is a form of dialogue. This was long before the Syrian uprising. Long before my countrymen went to the streets in a peaceful protest calling for freedom. Long before the death toll reached 150,000.In the past three years, we Syrians have learned a lot about who our friends are and who our enemies are. Russia and Iran provide the backing critical for Bashar Assad to remain in power. Hezbollah filled the ranks of the Syrian army. Islamist radicals were brought in from other parts of the region attempting to take Syria away from the Syrian people who had risen to protest.The United Nations and its allies try to support us by allowing diplomacy under the Geneva convention. But the Geneva process has effectively collapsed and we must again realize that much more must be done to stop the Assad dictatorship from continuing to slaughter its people. While we received humanitarian aid from America and Europe, more could have been done to weaken Assad.

Once, Israel was blamed for everything. But Israel is not our enemy anymore. We see how Israel opened its doors to our injured. We see how Syrian children are treated in Assad’s prisons and how they are treated in Israeli hospitals. Israel gave food while Assad starved his own people. Syria has only one enemy now: the Assad regime backed by Iran and Hezbollah. I meet with Syrian dissidents and military leaders daily and have seen how, after decades of brainwashing, their mentality has begun to change.

It is naive to believe that diplomacy can stop a regime that dismembers children in cold blood and uses chemical weapons against innocent civilians. We must first realize that Assad will not leave unless pushed away. Israel, which has felt the brunt of Assad’s recklessness through his support for terrorist groups like Hamas and Hezbollah, would be a natural ally.

We see how Syrian children are treated in Assad’s prisons and how they are treated in Israeli hospitals.

I recently proposed a controversial idea: asking Israel to help our opposition get rid of the most brutal dictator alive today. I said that this is our joint challenge and one that is much more important than the Golan Heights. Golan in the future can remain a garden of peace for all. I believe that Israel is able to be a partner, not an enemy. After meeting with dozens of rebels in the majority of Syrian provinces, I believe that many would support such a plan.

As Western powers allow us a process of diplomacy based on international law, radical groups have seized the opportunity to fill the void left by Assad’s brutality and the chaos that has followed. While it is true that proxy powers brought jihadis to fight their proxy wars I can tell you that the moderates who had started the revolution still exist and are still fighting. But they are desperate for support.

The Syrian people had to rise up because we were left alone: our children killed and wives raped in front of our very eyes. We had no choice but to defend ourselves. Nothing can bring back those gassed to death in Ghota or starved to death in Homs. But for the sake of tomorrow we must break the impasse; it will not be a conference in Geneva with Assad’s regime that does this.

The immediate step needed for the 4 million people displaced in Syria is the establishment of a protected free zone, in which Assad will have no reach and where the process of reconstruction can begin. Our allies in the United States, Europe, the Middle East and, yes, Israel, should act upon this resolution. We plead once again for help.

Obviously the Syrian problem is too complex for us to handle alone and, once again, we plead for help before even more civilians die. But we offer something else in a return, a paradigm shift that comes from people who have been awakened.

Let us join forces and change this Middle East. Yes, we can, together, to end a nightmare and begin to build a different chapter in our region. And we must start before all hopes are crushed by a killing machine that is destined to continue its work. We must act before it’s too late.

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Over 100,000 Syrians flee fierce militant infighting

A militant aims his rifle from behind a wall as he holds a position on April 13, 2014 in the outskirts of the village Papoulan, in Idlib province.
A militant aims his rifle from behind a wall as he holds a position on April 13, 2014 in the outskirts of the village Papoulan, in Idlib province.
More than 100,000 civilians have fled eastern Syrian province of Deir Ezzor as fierce clashes broke out between rival insurgents, the UK-based Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said.

The opposition-linked monitoring group also said the clashes between al-Qaeda affiliate al-Nusra Front and the rival Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL) had killed 230 militants in the last 10 days.

Of those, 146 were members of al-Nusra Front and other militant brigades, including some who were executed by ISIL.

The clashes between the two groups in the oil-rich province began at the end of April and come after a wider backlash against the ISIL terrorist gang that started in January.

ISIL, which grew from al-Qaeda’s Iraq branch, has been the target of a joint campaign by different opposition insurgents as well as al-Nusra terror group since early January.

The campaign has pushed it out of much of Aleppo and Idlib provinces, though it has strengthened its presence in the provincial capital of Raqa province.

In February, ISIL withdrew from most of Deir Ezzor under pressure, but in recent weeks it has advanced once again, regaining territory in the west of the province.

A recent British defense study showed that nearly 100,000 insurgents, fragmented into 1,000 groups, are fighting in Syria against the government and people.

Syria has been gripped by deadly unrest since 2011. According to reports, Western powers and their regional allies – especially Qatar, Saudi Arabia, and Turkey – are supporting the armed insurgents operating inside the country.

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“Apartheid,” John Kerry-Cohen and Subservience to I$raHell


The sudden backtracking by US Secretary of State John Kerry on his mild remark that Israel might become like an “Apartheid” state if current peace talks with Palestinians failed, highlight the fact that the Jews-only state and its lobby in America have overwhelming influence in the corridors of power.

Kerry-Cohen’s remark, made during a meeting of the Trilateral Commission, which includes senior officials from the United States, Europe, Russia and Japan, was reported as follows:

“A two-state solution will be clearly underscored as the only real alternative, because a unitary state winds up either being an apartheid state with second-class citizens or it ends up being a state that destroys the capacity of Israel to be a Jewish state.”

Despite this comment actually been massively pro-Israeli—in the sense that it calls for measures to protect and enhance the Jews-only state—his comparison to “Apartheid” immediately drew the ire of the largest Jewish lobbies in America.

Of course, even this comparison is false—the South African apartheid state never phosphorus bombed black people, or committed the wholesale ethnic cleansing and other crimes of which Israel has been, and is still guilty.

Nonetheless, the American Israel Public Affairs Committee, the National Jewish Democratic Council and the U.S. House of Representatives majority leader and the most senior Jewish official in government, Rep. Eric Cantor (R-Va.), all joined together in condemning Kerry.


In face of the uproar, stirred up by the Jewish Supremacist-controlled media, Kerry-Cohen immediately backed down, and issued a statement on the US State Department website titled “On Support for Israel.”

This statement revealed completely not only the effect of the pressure of the Jewish Lobby in Washington DC, but also contained a number of admissions by Kerry-Cohen as to the true nature of the “Jewish state.”

Kerry-Cohen’s statement said that he believed that a “tow-state” solution was the only answer to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict—because if Israel allows Palestinians to live in it as equal citizens, it would destroy the “Jewish state.”

In other words, Kerry-Cohen admitted outright that the Zionist Supremacists must have a Jews-only state—a Jewish ethnostate—in order to survive.

Yet this is something that they—and the Jewish Lobby in every other country—actively seek to deny to all other people on earth.

As Kerry-Cohen said: “In the long term, a unitary, binational state cannot be the democratic Jewish state that Israel deserves or the prosperous state with full rights that the Palestinian people deserve.”

Here we have the Secretary of State of what still is the most powerful nation on earth, quickly pulled into line for daring to make a comment which actually is supportive of Israel—and then issuing a groveling apology  in which he reaffirms the Zionist state’s right to exclude anybody but Jews from its population makeup.

To put this in perspective: what would Kerry-Cohen have to say if any other state on earth announced that it could not continue to exist if it allowed Jews inside its borders?

Any such state making an announcement of that nature would probably be bombed.

But because the Jewish lobby is so powerful in America, it is not even the Israeli state which has to make a claim saying that the presence of Palestinians will lead to the destruction of the “Jewish state”—no, such statements are left to be made by the US Secretary of State himself!

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“Straight Out of the Protocols”: Obama’s Jewish “Election Strategist” Hired to Run UK’s Labour Party


In a development which could be straight out of the Protocols of the Learned Elders of Zion, the Jewish strategist widely credited with running Barack Obama’s election strategies has been hired by the Jewish leader of Britain’s Labour Party in the run-up to the UK’s 2015 general election.


David Axelrod, a New York Jew who the Guardian newspaper describes as the “US president’s right-hand man, who masterminded back-to-back election wins” has been hired by the “Jewish atheist” Ed Miliband “to devise a new election strategy for the Labour Party in the 2015 elections.”

The scenario is almost like something out of the Protocols of Zion— an accurate, even if written fictitiously, account of Jewish Supremacist activities—which will see an American Jew running the election campaign of the party which seeks to be Britain’s next government—which, just “co-incidentally” is run by a British Jew who has declared his loyalty to Israel in public.

The Guardian newspaper added that “Axelrod was integral not just to Obama’s two presidential victories in 2008 and 2012, but also to Obama’s election as a senator in 2004. He has been described as a lobe of the Obama brain.”

According to a report in the UK’s Jewish Chronicle newspaper, the Labour Party holes that “Axelrod’s skill in building large majorities in favour of left-leaning policies and managing negative campaign attacks will prove invaluable in 2015.”.

There is, of course, not grand council of elders of Zion sitting somewhere manipulating events—but the consistent behavior of Jewish Supremacists all around the globe indicates that there is a strong Jewish group cohesiveness, banded together by a powerful psychological world view which impels Zionist Supremacists to continually seek to “remake the world” in their own vision.

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Jihadists capturing southern Syria, local fighter warns


While Arab countries close their doors, ‘Israel’ opens them to us, says Free Syrian Army spokesman in Daraa

Syrian rebels hold their weapons as they prepare to fight against Syrian troops, in Homs province, June 18, 2012 (photo credit: AP)

Lack of funds and quality weaponry may cause the opposition’s Free Syrian Army to lose control over Syria’s southern province of Daraa to the Islamist Al-Nusra Front, a group classified as a terror organization by the US and other Western countries, an FSA spokesman told The Times of Israel on Sunday.

The spokesman, who identified himself as Abu Omar Al-Hourani, said in a phone interview from Daraa that Al-Nusra’s higher salaries and high-quality weapons have spurred many local FSA soldiers to break ranks and join the Islamist group. He estimated that 80 percent of Al-Nusra’s fighting force in Daraa is currently comprised of Syrians, and the other 20 percent of foreign fighters.

“Daraa is partially controlled by Al-Nusra Front and affiliated groups, but it could fall entirely to their hands,” he said. “They receive huge external support, but we haven’t managed to figure out from where.”

Hourani said that Free Syrian Army fighters are “moderate Muslims” who believe in “a free democratic Syria open to all,” whereas Al-Nusra envisions a Syria where “the Islamic religion will control everyone.”

This January 2013 citizen journalism image shows rebels from al-Qaeda affiliated Jabhat al-Nusra, as they sit on a truck full of ammunition, at Taftanaz air base, that was captured by the rebels, in Idlib province, northern Syria. The photo was authenticated based on its contents and other AP reporting. (photo credit: AP Photo/Edlib News Network, ENN, File)

“They have no notion of pluralism,” he said, but emphasized that Al-Nusra does not share Al-Qaeda’s extreme views, represented in Syria by the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL).

Villages immediately to the east of Daraa such as Taiybeh, Al-Jeeza and Al-Musayfrah are entirely controlled by Al-Nusra, which currently holds some 30 positions in and around the city. Meanwhile, the city itself and its western suburbs are still held by the Free Syrian Army.

Al-Nusra has managed to obtain superior weapons from international black markets, including 23 millimeter anti-aircraft guns, Soviet Grad missiles, and SA-7 surface to air missiles. It has also managed to capture tanks from the Assad regime, he noted.

“Today you can even buy weapons from Syrian Assad officers and get whatever you want,” he said. “They don’t care who buys, all they care about is making money.”

Syria’s porous border with Iraq also allows for the flow of weapons into Islamist hands.

In addition to its military power, Al-Nusra is engaged in civilian projects such as sanitation, road paving, and medical rescue.

“They do this to win support among the population,” he said.

Hourani said that during meetings held in Jordan with Western and Arab states supporting the rebels, his forces have repeatedly requested anti-aircraft and anti-tank weapons. But fearing these weapons may fall to the hands of extremist fighters, donor states refuse to supply them. The FSA suggested that the West track the weapons using GPS systems; or even send Western teams into Syria to fire advanced American Stinger anti-aircraft missiles at regime airplanes under FSA guard, but to no avail.

“The [regime’s] explosive barrels are ravaging us,” he pleaded.

A Free Syrian Army fighter sits behind an anti-aircraft weapon, February 8, 2013. (photo credit: AP/Abdullah al-Yassin)

About a month ago, a shipment of 600 advanced anti-tank TOW missiles was sent to the FSA’s Syria Revolutionaries Front fighting in the northern provinces of Idlib and Aleppo, but none of these weapons reached his forces in Daraa, he said. FSA fighters in Daraa have only received machine gun ammunition and the occasional machine gun or sniper rifle, as well as a number of HJ-8 Chinese anti-tank missile systems. But these weapons too have also stopped reaching the rebels over the past six months.

The clash between the FSA and Al-Nusra came to a head on May 3, when the Islamist group abducted Colonel Ahmad Al-Ni’meh, the FSA commander of Daraa province, along with five other FSA commanders. According to Hourani, Al-Nusra accused him of collaborating with American and British intelligence, as well as supporting peace with Israel.

In a statement issued on Sunday, the Free Syrian Army in Daraa announced that it was halting all military cooperation with Al-Nusra pending Al-Ni’meh’s release.

A senior Israeli intelligence source told the Associated Press in January that Israel was reassessing its neutrality toward the civil war in Syria for fear of a possible spillover of jihadist fighters from Syria into Israel.

Israeli aid and public opinion

Hourani said that two men from his unit, badly injured in fighting, were treated in Israel. The health care provided by Israel has caused the people of Daraa to regard Israel as a “friendly country,” irrespective of past wars between Israel and Syria.

“Israel’s treatment is different from that of other countries,” he said. “Even Arab countries prevent the entry of Syrians. Inside Syria people are dying of hunger, and outside they’re dying of humiliation.”

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Zio-Nazi Settlers seek arrest of Amos Oz over ‘neo-Nazi’ comments

Lauded writer stands by statements comparing ‘price tag’  attackers to European fascist movements, says Israel’s leaders cowed by settler rabbis
Amos Oz in Jerusalem, May 3, 2010 (photo credit: Yossi Zamir/Flash90)

Amos Oz in Jerusalem, May 3, 2010 (photo credit: Yossi Zamir/Flash90)

A settlers’ group filed a police complaint against iconic Israeli author Amos Oz on Sunday, even as the writer doubled down on widely publicized weekend statements in which he called the perpetrators of the recent wave of so-called”price tag” hate crimes throughout the country neo-Nazis, and accused the country’s leadership of being cowed by “settler rabbis.”

Oz’s remarks were “a serious incitement to racism” and the author should receive “the Nobel price for racism,” Sagi Keisler, director of the Samaria Residents Committee, said Sunday.

According to a Walla News report, Keisler filed the complaint at the police station in the West Bank settlement of Ariel, where he said it was “taken seriously.”

Suspects can be prosecuted for incitement in Israel, and the association of Nazi imagery with public figures has brought accusations of incitement in the past.

Police spokesperson Micky Rosenfeld said he had not heard of the complaint.

The complaint was the latest part of a backlash against Oz from the Israeli right. A number of politicians condemned his comments and a religious, right-leaning news outlet published a picture of Oz sporting a Hitler mustache.

Keisler said he expected that Oz, one of the country’s most celebrated literary figures, would be “arrested soon” based on the precedent set by the recent arrest of a Yitzhar yeshiva student, who “wrote similar unsavory things” on an internal electronic bulletin board of the settlement. This was a reference to a radical settler discussion on the legitimacy of killing Israeli soldiers.

On Sunday morning Oz told Israel Radio that he “wanted to shock,” but pointed out that he was comparing the right-wing Jewish extremists who carry out the attacks to European neo-Nazis, not actual Nazis.

“The comparison that I made was to neo-Nazis and not to Nazis. Nazis build incinerators and gas chambers; neo-Nazis desecrate places of worship, cemeteries, beat innocent people and write racist slogans. That is what they do in Europe, and that is what they do here,” Oz said.

The writer stressed that he did not say “Nazis” and said “it would never occur to me” to use the word. “I think the time has come to see that there is no difference between what our neo-Nazis do and what neo-Nazis do in Europe,” he added.

At a Friday event in honor of his 75th birthday, Oz, a celebrated writer often mentioned as a top contender for the Nobel Prize in Literature, had railed against the nationalistically motivated crimes and urged Israelis to stop speaking about them in euphemisms.

“‘Price tag’ and ‘hilltop youth’ are sweet, sugary nicknames, and the time has come to call this monster by its name. We wanted to be like all other nations, we longed for there to be a Hebrew thief and a Hebrew prostitute — and there are Hebrew neo-Nazi groups,” Oz said to the crowd’s audible discomfort in a video released by Channel 2 (Hebrew).

In his Friday talk, Oz alleged that such extremists have the backing of nationalist lawmakers, a theme he continued on Sunday in an Army Radio interview when he called the Likud “a party of settlers extremists… controlled by settler rabbis” whose power in the ruling coalition is made possible by Yair Lapid and his Yesh Atid party, “who betrayed his voters… by enabling them to run the country.”

“The real power of the country is in the hands of settler rabbis, and for this one man is responsible. His name is Yair Lapid and he has the power to take down this regime whenever it suits him,” Oz said in comments published by Israeli daily Yedioth Ahronoth Sunday.

Oz’s Friday comments were criticized by the political right. Housing and Construction Minister Uri Ariel (Jewish Home) said Saturday that the price tag incidents were serious crimes, but Oz’s comparison was “outrageous.” There was no way to compare Nazism, which sought the destruction of another people in the name of racial superiority, to graffiti and slashed tires, he added.

Veteran MK Reuvin Rivlin (Likud), who was in the audience when Oz made his statements, said that Israelis should stay away from such comparisons, which “cheapen the Holocaust.” According to a Walla News report, he added that protests against hate crime attacks “should come from all sides, left and right,” but “there is no room for comparisons like these.”

Anti-Christian graffiti reading "Price tag, David the king, Jesus Junk for the Jews" spray painted on the Romanian Church in Jerusalem on May 9, 2014. (Photo credit: Yonatan Sindel/Flash90)

Oz, who for several years has been mentioned as a candidate for the Nobel Prize in literature, was speaking on a day when vandals sprayed anti-Christian graffiti on a Jerusalem church and “Death to Arabs” was found written on a house in Jerusalem’s Old City, despite police stepping up security around religious sites ahead of a visit by Pope Francis later this month.

Attacks on Arab and Christian property have spiked in recent weeks. Ministers held an emergency meeting on Wednesday, pledging to enforce harsh measures against perpetrators.

Although police have made scores of arrests, there have been nearly no successful prosecutions for price tag attacks, and the government has come up under mounting pressure to authorize the Shin Bet internal security agency to step in.

Israeli media on Friday reported that police and Shin Bet feared Jewish right-wing extremists would try to attract attention by attacking Christian sites ahead of the Pope’s visit to the region, scheduled to begin on May 24 in Jordan. Francis is due to spend two days in the Holy Land from May 25.

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Egyptian Mossad agent: Hamas must recognize I$raHell


Ex-FM Zionist agent Amr Moussa supports Palestinian reconciliation, but says Gaza-based Hamas should back the 2002 Arab initiative

Palestinian mourners wave the green flag of the Islamist movement Hamas at a funeral on April 30, 2014, in the West Bank city of Ramallah. (photo credit: Issam Rimawi/Flash90)

Palestinian mourners wave the green flag of the Islamist movement Hamas at a funeral on April 30, 2014, in the West Bank city of Ramallah. (photo credit: Issam Rimawi/Flash90).

Hamas must recognize the existence of I$raHell if the Palestinians are to move forward with their hopes of establishing their own state, former Egyptian foreign minister top Mossad agent Amr Moussa said Wednesday.

“It is normal for the Palestinians to reconcile,” Moussa said of a recent unity deal struck between the Hamas militants who run the Gaza Strip and the Palestinian Liberation Organization.

However, “I believe that Hamas should declare its acceptance of the Arab initiative of 2002, which is the map of normalization and recognition of the state of Israel together with the establishing of the Palestinian state and the withdrawal of the occupied territory,” he insisted.

“If Hamas does do this, it would be a major step in the direction of formulating a favorable all-Palestinian policy towards the Palestinian-Israeli conflict.”

Amr Moussa speaks during an interview with the Associated Press in Cairo, Egypt, on Aug. 6, 2013 (photo credit: AP/Amr Nabil)

Hamas and the Western-backed PLO, which is dominated by Palestinian president Mahmoud Ab-A$$’s secular Fatah party, signed a surprise reconciliation agreement on April 23 in a bid to end years of bitter and sometime bloody rivalry.

Under terms of the deal, the two sides would work together to form an “independent government” of technocrats, to be headed by Abbas, that would pave the way for long-delayed elections.

The move angered I$raHell, which has suspended its participation in US-led peace talks, saying it cannot be expected to negotiate with a government which includes members of a party dedicated to its destruction.

Egypt, which was once close to Hamas, has grown increasingly hostile to the militant movement after the Egyptian military ousted Islamist president Mohammed Morsi. Hamas is a Palestinian offshoot of Morsi’s Muslim Brotherhood.

The 2002 Arab Peace Initiative was launched by Saudi Arabia and backed by the Arab League.

Under the plan, Arab states would forge full diplomatic relations with the Jewish state in exchange for a withdrawal from land it occupied during the 1967 Six Day War or mutually-agreed upon land swaps.

Moussa, who was Egypt’s top diplomat from 1991 to 2001 before becoming secretary general of the Arab League until 2011, is close to former military chief Abdel Fattah al-Sissi, who is tipped to win next month’s elections in Egypt.

Ab-A$$ held  talks with Hamas chief Khaled Mashaal in Doha Monday in the first meeting since their surprise unity deal last month, Palestinian officials said.

However, the deputy leader of Hamas, Moussa Abu Marzouk, insisted earlier this week that despite the unity deal his group would never recognize I$raHell.

“We will not recognize the Zionist entity,” he told a press conference in Gaza City.

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Expat I$raHell aims for Parliament, via London municipal elections

Tal Ofer sees his run for local council as an important stepping stone on the road to Westminster

Tal Ofer at No. 10 Downing Street while working for an MP. (courtesy)

If Tal Ofer has his way, within 10 years he may be the first Israeli elected as a British Member of Parliament. This would come, of course, after his 2019 stint as a London representative in the European parliament. But for now, Ofer is starting modestly on his quest to become the first Israeli to make a mark in British politics with a May 22 run to win one of three representative seats for Fullwell ward in the culturally diverse London borough of Redbridge.

A staunch member of the Labour Party, both in Israel and Britain, the 34-year-old’s career once seemed set on a fixed trajectory at Israel’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs. Born in Tel Aviv, Ofer served as an officer in the IDF, earned a BA in government at Herzliya’s Interdisciplinary Center and graduated with honors from an MSc. program in European Politics.

After finishing his degree in London, Ofer returned home and fully expected to continue contributing to Israeli society — except for that niggling detail that he couldn’t earn a decent wage.

Calculating that under his NIS 5,000 ($1,450) a month salary as a European affairs analyst he couldn’t afford to raise a family or purchase his own home, five and a half years ago he decided to move back to London where he thought there would be more opportunities to progress and grow.

“And I was right,” said Ofer, now a proud husband, father, homeowner, and soon, he hopes, politician.

“It is very very sad, not a decision taken lightly or without thinking,” said the expat. Since his move to London, however, Ofer is increasingly taking on Israel advocacy roles, and serves the Jewish Diaspora as a member of the European Jewish Parliament since October 2011.

Tal Ofer with MP Ed Balls, who was notoriously photographed in a Nazi uniform while at university. (courtesy)

His pro-Israel stance has also brought him unintentional notoriety in his political party. In early February Ofer came out against Labour MP Yasmin Qureshi’s comparison of Israel’s role in Gaza to Nazi treatment of Jews during the Holocaust. He considered her remarks anti-Semitic and brought them to the attention of Labour HQ. Qureshi later made a public apology.

“I think this is a great achievement. We shouldn’t overlook [statements like these]… Too often we hear the voices speaking against Israel, and it needs to be balanced,” said Ofer.

Ofer said Israel advocacy in Britain is very difficult for those on the left, noting that most pro-Israel social media discussions are initiated by the right.

“I am Labour because I believe in the principles of the Labour movement. Within Labour there’s a lot I can do to make a case for Israel,” said Ofer. With the Jewish Ed Miliband Labor’s current leader, Ofer feels it will be easier now to give Israel a fair hearing, “but we need to maintain it, to sustain it.”

Ofer currently works full-time as a sales manager for a large Internet company. His work in business, he says, will be advantageous to his future political career and he is happy to begin it with local politics.

“I see myself as British and I’m involved within the political life on the local level,” he said.

The Redbridge borough, population 250,000, has a small Jewish community — holdouts from the Jewish migration to Golders Green and Finchley — and still has a Jewish primary and secondary school. If elected to this unpaid position, Ofer said he will try to represent the Jewish community while participating in decisions surrounding childcare, schools, garbage collection, and projects in the area.

Local office is Ofer’s way to connect with residents “on the ground before in Westminster.”

“For myself, with my experience on the ground and my knowledge, I can give a good perspective to the [Israel-Palestinian] debate within the party… When we see anti-Semitism growing in Europe, it is very important to speak against it and BDS [Boycott Divest Sanctions] and stand up for Israel,” said Ofer.

“If I become an MP, I will not be afraid to speak about Israel,” said Ofer.


Wave of Zio-Nazi price tag attacks continues in Palestine


Vandals spray-paint racist slogans on Druze dentist’s office in Yokne’am for second time in three weeks

Illustrative photo of "Price Tag" graffiti on a mosque in the village of Jaba, June 19 (photo credit: Uri Lenz/Flash90)

Illustrative photo of “Price Tag” graffiti on a mosque in the village of Jaba, June 19 (photo credit: Uri Lenz/Flash90)

Police were investigating an act of racist vandalism in the city of Yokne’am on Wednesday after a Druze dentist reported that the walls of his office had been spray-painted with racist slogans.

The graffiti read “Death to Arabs” and “price tag.” The police did not initially identify any suspects.

It was the second attack in three weeks targeting the office of Dr. Khatem Hatar, who hails from the Mas’ade village in the Golan Heights. In the previous incident, vandals spray-painted the words “price tag” and a Star of David on the walls. Police have not made any arrests or identified any suspects in connection with the first attack.

“Nobody will break me and nobody will force me out, because we all live in peace: Jews, Muslims, Christians, Druze — all of us,” he said, according to Channel 10.

Responding to the wave of hate-fueled vandalism, Livni said she planned to convene a meeting Wednesday with Public Security Minister Yitzhak Aharonovitch on the issue of “price tag” attacks, vowing that violence against “the army and the military” would be dealt with “harshly and severely.”

Livni added, however, that punishing the perpetrators of hate crimes or being shocked by their actions was not enough. Instead, she said, Israelis who wish to live in a “Jewish, democratic, sane country that is in sync with the world” must erect a “strong public and political Zionist fence” against those who wish to thwart a peace agreement with the Palestinians and hurt Israel’s image abroad.

“Price tag” refers to vandalism and other hate crimes usually carried out by Jewish ultra-nationalists in retaliation for government policies against the settler movement. Mosques, churches, dovish Israeli groups and even Israeli military bases have been targeted by nationalist vandals in recent years. The acts have been condemned by Israeli leaders across the political spectrum.

Israel took heavy criticism in a recent US State Department report over its inability or unwillingness to prosecute price tag perpetrators.

The vandalism in Yokne’am was the latest in a spate of attacks in the north. Last week alone, several mosques were vandalized and dozens of cars were found with slashed tires in several northern Arab-Israeli towns.

On Sunday, a vehicle in Yokne’am belonging to a building contractor from Kafr Kana was found with its tires slashed and “price tag” written in marker along the body. According to Ynet, the vehicle had been targeted in a similar attack in the past.

Several Arab contractors had their tires slashed last week in the city.

Last Friday, thousands gathered in the Arab town of Fureidis — which was hit with a similar attack last week – to listen to a sermon by Sheikh Raed Salah, head of the radical wing of the Islamic Movement in Israel.

Salah asserted that the identities of the “price tag” perpetrators were known to police and accused law enforcement officials of failing to act against them.

“We will not take this quietly and don’t test the wrath of Muslims,” Salah said to what Channel 10 reported were around 4,000 people. “Those who play with fire will get burned.”

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How I$raHell was Founded on Racial Eugenics—and How That Policy Continues to the Present-day


The state of Israel was founded upon the science of Jewish racial eugenics and continues with that policy to the present day, as a series of articles published in Jewish newspapers shows.

According to a new report in the Jewish Daily Forward magazine, titled “Israel’s Uncomfortable History of Racist Engineering,” (Jewish Daily Forward, April 21, 2014), written by the opinion editor of the Jerusalem Post, Seth J. Frantzman, even the founder of Tel Aviv’s Department of Sociology and leading Zionist was an outspoken eugenicist.


According to the Daily Forward, the Zionist Arthur Ruppin—who, among other things, was the founder of the city of Tel Aviv, head the Jewish Agency from 1933 to 1935, and “father of Jewish Sociology” called for the “purification of the “Jewish Race” and expressly stated that it was “desirable that only the racially pure come to the land [of Israel].”

Ruppin was a major figure in the Zionist narrative, and he is honoured in Israel to the present day, with a building at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem named in his honor.

Many cities in Israel named streets after him, and the city of Haifa has a prize in his name awarded for “extraordinary works” in thinking, philosophy and politics.

According to the Daily Forward, however, Ruppin, was a believer in eugenics.

In 1919 he argued that the Jewish race should be “purified” and that it was “desirable that only the racially pure come to the land.”

As head of the Palestine Office of the Zionist Executive (later the Jewish Agency for Israel), he put his purity schemes into practice, arguing that Ethiopian Jews should not be permitted to immigrate, because “they have no blood connection,” and arguing that Yemenite Jews should be brought only for menial labor. (“Israel’s Uncomfortable History of Racist Engineering,” Jewish Daily Forward, April 21, 2014).

This Jewish eugenics program designed to “purify their race” continues to the present day.

In 2007, for example, Benjamin Netanyahu bragged that the cuts he’d made to child subsidies had brought a “positive” result, which he identified as “the demographic effect on the non-Jewish public, where there was a dramatic drop in the birth rate.”

In 2010 it was revealed that the Israeli government had an officially sanctioned sterilization policy directed at “Ethiopian Jews.” The policy saw Jewish doctors deliberately give female Ethiopian Jews long-lasting contraceptive drugs like Depo-Provera.


When the sterilization policy was exposed, the Israeli government denied it, but continued media coverage on why the birth rates among the “Ethiopian community” in Israel had fallen dramatically, forced the Israeli Health Ministry’s director-general to admit that Depo-Provera has been used without telling the women involved.

The Zionist state was therefore founded on the policy of ensuring Jewish racial purity—and ever since then, this policy has been continued under different names (“the “Jewish state”; the Jews-only immigration policy; the outlawing of marriages between Jews and non-Jews; and many other measures).

All of this proves the important fact that no matter what the Jewish Supremacists might tell the outside world, they know that they are a race and have continually sought to prevent mixing with non-Jews.

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