Archive | November 21st, 2015

Nazi minister and judges, and US Zionist donors, face major lawsuit over child trafficking


Marianne Azizi writes:

A major civil lawsuit was filed this week against a host of Israeli judges, American organisations and an Israeli minister.

Welfare and Social Services Minister Haim Katz, judges Yitzhak Amit, Tova Peri and Galit Mor Vigotski, Zionist financier Lynn Schusterman, the World International Zionist Organisation (WIZO), the International Fellowship of Christians and Jews (IFCJ) and SOS Children’s Village USA face charges of false solicitation to propel a booming industry of snatching and trafficking children from their natural parents in Israel.

Marygold Collins, 46, a British-Israeli mother of twins, is launching the legal fight following a two-year battle to rescue her girls from the institution holding them.

Two years ago, her eight-year-old twin daughters, Becky and Sylvie, were taken away from her and put into an institution after it was alleged that the children were behind with their learning.

After two agonising years, in which the children talked of abuse, and endless court battles, Mrs Collins took things a step further and launched the legal action.

Thousands of children in Israel are taken from their parents on the basis of flimsy evidence and placed in institutions. They are then subjected to examinations, medication, psychiatric tests and often sexual abuse, making their chance of returning full time to their homes slim.

Time has stood still for the Collins family. Marygold, her mother and brother have been engaged in a surreal nightmare and have been unable to concentrate on anything else.

Countless families face similar circumstances. They find themselves in trauma, unable to work and unable to deal with normal life.

It is hoped that, through the legal action, public attention would be drawn to the US donors who fund cruel systems that remove children from their parents and put them in a living hell.

Mrs Collins said:

This is one of the best days of my life… and we hope the American courts will realise the horrors happening to innocent Israeli parents and children. It can be done, other families here can fight. There is no need to fear. Nothing worse can happen than losing one’s children.

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Nazi Wehrmacht closes second Hebron Palestinian radio station this month



Nazi Gestapo issued an order for the closure of a Hebron radio station Saturday morning, the second news outlet to be shut by Nazi army this month in the occupied West Bank city.
Director of Al-Khalil Radio (Hebron Radio), Amjad Shawar, told Ma’an that Nazi forces stormed the station, confiscating equipment and damaging offices.

Intelligence officers then delivered a military warrant ordering the station to close for six months due “incitement against Israel.”

Shawar said the Palestinian Authority – namely the PA’s ministry of information – should work alongside human rights organizations to “stop ongoing Israeli piracy.”

The Nazi Gestapo  confirmed that military forces, in operation with Nazi internal security service, Shin Bet, and civil administration, confiscated broadcasting equipment from the station…

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Nazi regime has 115 nuclear warheads, US research center says


Nazi regime holds within its arsenal 115 nuclear warheads, a study by the Washington D.C.-based Institute for Science and International Security (ISIS) published Friday alleges.

According to the institute, Nazi regimeof I$raHell produced 660 kg of plutonium in its nuclear reactor in Dimona, which it used it to make the warheads.

Since it began producing plutonium in its Dimona reactor in December 1963, Nazi regime has amassed between 400 to 915 kg of fissile material, with a median of 660 kg, the report states.

According to the study, I$raHell has in its possession surface-to-surface and submarine-launched nuclear cruise missiles, as well as weapons designed to be dropped from aircraft.

“Based on the total production of plutonium, the median for the number of nuclear weapons is about 165 with a standard deviation of 33 and a full range of about 90-290 weapons. Likely, Israel did not build this many nuclear weapons. A reasonable assumption is that the number of deployed weapons is 30 percent lower, or 115 nuclear weapons as of the end of 2014,” the report, written by former UN nuclear inspector David Albright, says…

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Young Nazi Burn 22-Year-Old Palestinian to Death


A group of Jewish Nazi youth burnt to death, on Friday night, Palestinian Fadi Hoosh, aged 22, witnesses said.

Nazi police found the burnt body of the young Palestinian inside a car in the garbage dump of the neighbourhood of Kafr Kannah.

Zionist media sources reprted that the Nazi police decided to have the body autopsied, in order to know the reason of death, and to search for any hints related to the perpetrators.

Witnesses told Days of Palestine that the car was damaged from the inside, that it did not appear to have been burned from outside.

Palestinian witnesses said that they saw a number of Nazi Jews attacking the deceased man, then put him inside the car and set it on fire.

“After a couple of minutes, they extinguished the fire and left him inside the car and very quickly fled the scene,” witnesses said.

It was reported that the Nazi police have said the background of the death is not criminal.

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Islam’s trivia-mongering hate preachers

Abu Hamza al-Masri

Nuruddin Sabir, Editor, Redress Information & Analysis, writes:

Hardly a day passes nowadays without an atrocity being committed somewhere in the world by Islamists of one kind or another – the “Islamic State” group, Al-Qaeda, Boko Haram, Al-Shabaab, Army of Islam, Army of Conquest, and many others.

Muslim-majority countries – Syria, Iraq, Egypt, Libya, Somalia, to mention but a few – are the prime victims, and then there is Nigeria and Kenya, and, lately, we have the Paris massacre of 13 November, and the 20 November attack on a hotel in Bamako, Mali.

Behind these atrocities lies a whole infrastructure of hate. This ranges from the Muslim Brotherhood, which has long been recognised by some as forming a critical part of the swamp from which Islamist terrorists emerge, to the bigoted preachers who glorify trivia and inculcate hate and violence into the young and the lost souls in search of an identity and a purpose.

While Western politicians have not yet woken up to the pernicious role played by the Muslim Brotherhood in their societies, the subject of hate preachers is spoken of only occasionally and, even then, mostly by non-Muslims.

So, it was somewhat heartening to hear Mona Siddiqui, Professor of Islamic and Inter-religious Studies at New College, Edinburgh University, address this problem head on.

Speaking on BBC Radio 4’s “Thought for the Day” programme on 19 November, she reminded Muslims that the hate preachers are fulfilling the Prophet Muhammad’s prophesy that a time would come when nothing would remain of Islam but its name, nothing of the Quran but its word, and that many “Mosques would be splendidly furnished but destitute of guidance”.


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Hidden Alliance Between Nazi and Saudi Zio-Wahhabi regime Exposed

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The apparent Nazi regime-Saudi Zio-Wahhabi alliance, even though hidden from the masses for now, matches the interests of the US in the Middle East and Western Asia…

However, the absence of diplomatic relations does not prevent unofficial contact between Nazi and Saudi  Zio-Wahhabi representatives.  Recently there have been frequent media reports on meetings between representatives of the two states and there have even been claims that the Saudis Zio-Wahhabi regime are ready to provide the Nazi regime with an air corridor and air bases for rescue helicopters, tanker aircraft and drones (unmanned aircraft systems – UAS) in case Nazi regime decides to bomb Iranian nuclear facilities.  Some of these reports have been denied by officials but others have nevertheless been confirmed.

In particular, according to information of a Jerusalem Post correspondent citing diplomatic sources of both countries, since the beginning of 2014 there have been as many as five secret meetings between the Saudis Zio-Wahhabi and the Nazi Gestapo regime, in India, Italy and the Czech Republic…

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USA and Saudi Arabia Imply War Guilt in Syria–All But Financing ISIS


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In a Saturday AP story entitled US pledges nearly $100 million to support Syrian opposition, both the US State Department and the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia all but admitted to virtually every act of war against the Syrian government since 2012 that has induced the mass migration of refugees into Europe.  Both stopped short of admitting to jointly financing–and probably training–ISIS (ISIL).  The US openly admitted to secretly financing the “moderate opposition” to the Assad regime for three years.  It does not take much imagination to impute that they have also financed ISIS as well, probably through Saudi Arabia, the US’s largest purchaser of weapons. Here are a few choice quotes from the story that leave little doubt the US and the Saudis are responsible for the mass of desperate Syrian refugees that now floods into Europe.  It is newsworthy that neither the Secretary of State, John Kerry, nor President Obama were involved in this statement that openly challenges Russia in what could evolve into a giant war in the Middle East.

A few noteworthy quotes from the story are:

“The United States ramped up its support for Syria’s opposition with a pledge of nearly $100 million in fresh aid on Saturday…Deputy Secretary of State Antony Blinken announced the additional assistance at the Manama Dialogue security conference in the Gulf island nation of Bahrain…The American promise of cash, which it says brings to nearly $500 million the amount it has pledged to the opposition since 2012, came a day after the U.S. announced it was intensifying its fight against the Islamic State group in Syria with the deployment of up to 50 special operations troops.”

[The Saudi representative] Al-Jubeir also made clear that the negotiations had done nothing to change Saudi Arabia’s position that Assad must go…He said the oil-rich kingdom’s policy toward Syria has not changed, and that it would continue to support what he called the moderate Syrian opposition.  He described the presence of foreign forces, particularly Iranian troops, as a roadblock to ending the fighting in a war that has killed more than 250,000 people and forced 11 million from their homes.”

Blinken was no less warlike in his posture;...”Russia cannot afford to sustain its military onslaught against everyone opposed to Assad’s brutal rule.  The costs will mount every day in economic, political, and security terms — but at best only to prevent Assad from losing”.

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Syria: Why are We There? And, What About ISIS?


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We Hold These Truths’ Chuck Carlson (see, also Showdown in Syria: The Peacemakers Vs. The Piecetakers.” was part of an expert panel at an open forum held in Denver, CO on the crisis in Syria. In addition to Chuck Carlson, the panel included Dr. Rob Prince Rob Prince who is a retired Lecturer at University of Denver’s Korbel School of International Studies and the author of the Blog “View from the Left Bank,” and has published many articles on Middle East Peace issues, including current conditions and events in Syria.  Dr. Prince’s summary of the event at the forum is an eyeopening look at the ongoing crisis in Syria.

Syria: Why Are We There?  What Should U.S. Policy Be Toward Syria, Russia, ISIS, and the Region? – An Expert Panel with Charles Carlson, Rob Prince, and Ron Forthofer.

As far as the eye can see: Syrian refugee camp in Jordan


Yesterday (Sunday, November 1, 2015) I participated in a panel at the First Universalist Church, Hampden and Colorado Blvd. Denver, November 1, 2015 on the Syrian Crisis. Also participating were Charles Carlson of “We Hold These Truths,” Ron Forthofer of the Rocky Mountain Peace and Justice Center, Boulder, CO, and Obeid Kaifo, a local representative of the “Free Syria Movement.” In preparation for such events I pretty much always put together an outline of what it is I think needs saying. Given the rhythm of events and time allotted, rarely get to make many of the points listed. So it was the case yesterday. So I share them here on line in Section 3 of this piece. First I want to brieflydescribe the current situation concerning Syria and then yesterday’s event. It turned out to be a lively exchange before a good sized audience (some 50 people).

The day of the forum a number of  new developments were unfolding both in and related to Syria, some of them hopeful, some not.

One event that gives a glimmer of hope that the crisis could finally be seriously addressed and a process for resolving it is taking place in Vienna. In light of the magnitude of the crisis there, combined with the unending flood of refugees to Europe, many from Syria, a new, more serious, round of negotiations concerning the Syrian conflict is underway in Vienna.  My main point in the forum was to emphasize the existence of these negotiations and to call on the audience to support the process and demand that the Obama Administration play a positive role in their completion.

Seventeen nations are involved with Russia and Iran now at the table with the United States, China, Russia, United Kingdom and France there as well. Iran’s presence is directly related to the recent successful completion of the Iranian nuclear deal.Neither the Syrian government nor the Opposition was yet present although they are expected to participate in later rounds. Prior to this, in negotiations, the Syrian sides did not meet face to face but spoke through proxies (the U.S. and Russia) who relayed their positions to a larger group. Although unspoken, it is clear that the United States has softened it call that Assad must step down as a precondition to proceeding with negotiations and dropped its opposition to the Assad government’s participation in the the negotiations, which was in the past, a way to block all progress on the issue.

On the other hand, at the same time it was announced that the Obama Administration is sending “troops on the ground” to Syria after claiming it would not take such an action repeatedly for years. Just before the weekend, on Friday, October 30, the Administration announced it was sending 50 special forces troops to Syria to “assist anti-government rebels in fighting ISIS.” The statement went on, hypocritically, to add that this does not signal a change in US strategy but an “intensification” of the campaign.” As the “moderate rebels” which the Administration claims to be backing essentially do not exist, and have long been swept aside by militant Islamic mercenaries recruited from throughout the Arab World, trained, armed and financially supported by Saudi Arabia, Qatar and Turkey in particular, it is difficult to accept the Administration’s explanation at face value – if at all. Nor is it likely, given the secretive nature of special forces operations worldwide that actually these are the first U.S. special forces troops on the ground. But we’ll return to the question of what it is that the United States has done and is dong in Syria later.

On the ground in Syria, the balance of power is shifting, tilting more favorably to the Assad government’s side. This shift can be explained in part by the intensified role of both Russia and Iran in support of the government forces in the fighting of late. The Russians have started an intensive bombing campaign against ISIS positions that appears at first glance to have been far more effective than the U.S. bombing campaigns of the past year. The presence of Russian jet fighters in Syria has had another important consequence in that it has limited what has been essentially Turkish and Israeli unrestrained violations of Syrian air space, which were providing air protection for rebels in both the north and south of the country. As a result the Syrian army has gotten new confidence and has started to regain some territory from the rebels. While the Obama Administration has been publicly critical of the enhanced Russian military role in Syria, it is impossible (from where I am sitting) that it could have proceeded without some arrangement – otherwise known as “a deal” – between Washington and Moscow having been agreed upon beforehand, suggested recently by Wolf Blitzer on CNN news.


What made it lively, no doubt, was the presence of Obeid Kaifo, a young local restaurant owner, whose family hails from Aleppo; he is an unambiguous opponent of the Assad government and represented the opposition position in the forum. The rest of us were, Chuck Carlson, Ron Forthofer and I were more or less on the same page – critical of the U.S. role (and that of its close allies – Saudi Arabia, Qatar, Turkey – and supportive of the current Vienna negotiations. Kaifo’s family hails from Aleppo, the scene of some of the fiercest fighting between government and opposition forces and he has lost four relatives as a result of the war – his grandfather, and if I remember correctly three uncles.  Kaifo runs a Syrian restaurant on the corners of Grant and Colfax in downtown Denver; I’ve eaten there, the food is excellent. The cuisine might be quite good, but Kaifo’s take on the Syrian crisis left him open to criticism from the other panelists and the audiences (all of whom sympathized with the pain his family in Syria has experienced). For the most part, his comments were intensely personal, and while credible in part – ie. the suffering his family has experienced – they were large on emotion and small on solutions…and then there was his unintentional bombshell – pride in his connections to former U.S. Ambassador to Syria, Robert Ford.

A protege of John Negroponte, who developed “the Salvador Option” of targeting Salvadorian rebels and their supporters, Robert Ford is no ordinary U.S. diplomat. Here is a little bit of his history quoted at length from a former article I co-authored with Ibrahim Kazerooni:

In January, 2011, just as the Arab Spring was expanding region-wide from its Tunisian birthplace, one Robert Stephen Ford was appointed the new US Ambassador to Syria. Ford is no ordinary diplomat.  He was U.S. representative in January 2004 to the Shiite city of Najaf in Iraq. Najaf was the stronghold of the Mahdi army. A few months later he was appointed “Number Two Man” (Minister Counselor for Political Affairs), at the US embassy in Baghdad at the outset of John Negroponte’s tenure as US Ambassador to Iraq (June 2004- April 2005). Ford subsequently served under Negroponte’s successor Zalmay Khalilzad prior to his appointment as Ambassador to Algeria in 2006, another highly sensitive political appointment.

Ambassador Robert S. Ford’s activities in Iraq laid the groundwork for the launching of the insurgency in Syria in March 2011, which commenced in the Southern border city of Daraa. Much of what we know about Ford’s activities has been well documented by the Canadian research center, Global Research, Ca.

Ford arrived in Damascus at the height of the 2011 protest movement in Egypt. He was no stranger to some of the more covert and nefarious aspects of U.S. foreign policy having been part of John Negroponte’s team at the US Embassy in Baghdad (2004-2005) where he helped engineer “the Salvador Option” for Iraq. The latter consisted in supporting Iraqi death squads and paramilitary forces modeled on the experience of Central America to assassinate opponents of U.S. policy there.  Robert S. Ford’s mandate as “Number Two” (Minister Counsellor for Political Affairs) under the helm of Ambassador John Negroponte was to coordinate out of the US embassy, the covert support to death squads and paramilitary groups in Iraq with a view to fomenting sectarian violence and weakening the resistance movement.

Ford gave a touching statement of his goals in Syria in a communique from the U.S. embassy there:

“As the United States’ Ambassador to Syria—a position that the Secretary of State and President are keeping me in —I will work with colleagues in Washington to support a peaceful transition for the Syrian people. We and our international partners hope to see a transition that reaches out and includes all of Syria’s communities and that gives all Syrians hope for a better future. My year in Syria tells me such a transition is possible, but not when one side constantly initiates attacks against people taking shelter in their homes”.

“Peaceful transition for the Syrian people”? He was pursuing a much darker agenda.

Prof  Michel Chossudovsky of Global Research, Ca describes Ford’s role more honestly:

“Since his arrival in Damascus in late January 2011 until he was recalled by Washington in October 2011, Ambassador Robert S. Ford played a central role in laying the groundwork within Syria as well as establishing contacts with opposition groups. The US embassy was subsequently closed down in February. Ford also played a role in the recruitment of Mujahideen mercenaries from neighboring Arab countries and their integration into Syrian “opposition forces”.  Since his departure from Damascus, Ford continues to oversee the Syria project out of the US State Department:

All indications are that the activities Ford engaged in were more cynical than simply engaging in muted congenial diplomatic relations. In Syria he was a key player, implementing two major building blocks of the Salvador option needed for the destabilization of Syria, as he did in Iraq:

  1. He used the cover of the diplomatic immunity to travel around Syria in order to connect together the groups trained by the US intelligence community. He has been pictured with US military advisers visiting hot spot sites all over Syria.

  2. On a more sinister level, as in Iraq, he used his diplomatic status in Syria to distribute sophisticated communication equipment, equipment whose communications could not be decoded by the Syrian authorities (or those in other countries where the system was used). The US embassy in Damascus was the system’s communication system.Using this new secretly coded technology, he began to openly incite the Syrian elements sympathetic to the US interest to topple the régime. Imagine what would have happened to the Syrian ambassador in Washington, had he engaged in similar activities with the `Occupy’ movements here.


Here are the notes for what I intended to say yesterday, some of which was said. Kaifo’s name s omitted simply because we didn’t know until a few minutes prior to the panel that he was going to participate.

Returning to the forum, in preparation for it, for fun…I went back to a forum in which I participated at the Korbel School in March, 2012 on what was then the escalating violence in Syria.

Other members of the panel included the dean of the Korbel School – he is still dean – the former diplomat Chris Hill and Jonathan Sciarcon, Asst. Professor of Jewish History at DU as well as myself.

The Syrian crisis was heating up, and there was much interest from both the students and faculty – as I recall the forum was well attended, with more than 100 people there. In a blog entry I wrote afterwards I made the following observation, which with minor modifications – I would argue – still generally holds”

Although the participants looked at the Syrian crisis from different angles, interestingly enough they all seemed to reach consensus (well – that is too strong – “general agreement” would be more accurate) on a number of points: among them were:

1. That Syria is not Libya and the regime is not likely to collapse…the three agreed that it is unlikely that the Assad government will be overthrown by the opposition and that both the regime and the opposition have substantial popular bases. While the opposition has legitimate grievances against the Assad regime, it is at the moment hopelessly divided. The role of Saudi Arabia and Qatar (left out Turkey and Israel) in financially and militarily aiding the opposition was noted (but not emphasized enough). There will be no U.N. Security Council resolution giving the green light to coalition military action (meaning that a Libya-like overthrow of the Syrian government was even then unlikely)

2. That the situation was worsening and heading towards civil war, that neither side will ‘win’ but that it appears that neither side is willing to negotiate at the moment.

3. That in the end, there will be no military solution to the conflict, which only can be resolved through diplomacy and a political solution. (Same holds today). The alternative is a festering civil war which could broaden to include other regional players, the world’s great powers and could easily turn into something even uglier than it appears at present.

4. That while it is unlikely that a political process to resolve the crisis will be put in place soon, that the best thing that all parties can do is to pressure their allies (the government and the opposition) that the sooner they come to the negotiating table to resolve the conflict politically, the better. (Same holds today)

All in all – we, were not very far off the mark, although there are caveats and new developments.

So here were are three and a half years later. Another Syria panel. At different times and in different ways, I’ve worked with the other panelists – Chuck Carlson and Ron Forthofer – I am pleased to share the panel with them and look forward to their remarks.

In review what I said three years ago – I can elaborate in the questions and answers – I would like to simply add a few remarks, some of self criticism, others to respond to new developments…

No doubt, the balance of power in the Syrian conflict has shifted back to Assad, although the idea that one side will “win” the military conflict is, in my view, illusionary, and that once again, it needs to be repeated that there will be no military victory and the conflict can only be settled through negotiations in which the Syrians – all the Syrians – play a key role in tandem with key regional and international players.

1. I should have emphasized far more, the insidious role played by the U.S. allies – which was coordinated by the Obama Administration. The notion that Saudi Arabia, Turkey, Qatar and Israel function outside of a general framework organized and dictated by Washington is simply untrue and misleading

2. The events in Syria, as Kazerooni and I have repeatedly discussed in our regularly hourly Middle East Review program on KGNU, are an integral part of what is the overall failure of U.S. Middle East policy which is in shambles, “the train wreck” as we call it.

To quote an article from today’s (Nov. 1, 2015) Huffington Post:

“With just over a year left in office, Obama has overseen the extension of the wars he inherited in Iraq and Afghanistan, and the expansion of U.S. military action in far-flung corners of the world. Though his promise to utilize diplomacy and multilateral-ism in place of bombs has yielded some success, particularly in the case of the Iran nuclear deal, Obama’s foreign policy doctrine has been overshadowed by a failure to extricate the U.S. from a state of “perpetual wartime footing,” as he pledged to do over two years ago.”


3. It is the failure of this policy which led to the need for a shift in the policy…some of the highlights of which I will simply mention

a. A key turning point is where Obama refused to take military action against Syria in the aftermath of the August, 2013 Syrian gas attack – the perpetrators of which have still not been verified – but the existing evidence strongly suggests it came from pro-Saudi Islamic militants.
Obama was under strong pressure from the neo-cons – including Hillary Clinton and virtually all of the Republican candidates to engage in a military strike “for humanitarian purposes” – a dangerous formulation – to strike. He didn’t

b. the Iran nuclear deal – it represents a shift in policy – from one trying to overthrow the Iranian government – to one seeking new avenues of cooperation – including on Syria. Without the Iran nuclear deal the stepped up Iranian military presence in Syria would not be politically possible. Iran is, where it concerns Syria, actually working in tandem now with the United States – although it is a tenuous, informal alliance

c. the stepped up Russian military intervention – one must be very clear about this – this is a result of the U.S. policy failure in Syria (which we can talk about if you like – the best piece explaining it recently was published by Patrick Cockburn, first in the London Review of Books, and more recently at “CounterPunch” – one of the best political websites out there.) The current European refugee crisis which only shows signs of intensifying is only one of the direct results of this failure.

The point that I want to make – somewhat lost in the shuffle – is that the Russian military presence is not disapproved by Washington and almost certainly was discussed between Putin and Obama when the former was at the United Nations.

If the usual right-wing elements in the United States – where it concerns foreign policy – the neo-cons, AIPAC and the like, Cold War Dems like Hillary, howl at the enhanced Russian role, that role has great support elsewhere in the world – including in Europe and much of the Middle East even.

The essence of the role is to provide air cover to the Assad government while denying it to Turkey and Israel – both of whose jet fighters have provided such to the Islamic rebels.

Ultimately, though the Russian military presence appears to be boosting the position of the Damascus government some, again, I want to repeat, that there will be no military solution to the Syrian crisis, which can only come to an end through a negotiated political process that will involve compromises on all sides.

Ideas as to how the process might proceed were sketched out this morning in an email from Tom Mayer – who spoke with me here at this church on the Iran deal – in an article that appeared in the Boulder Daily Camera.

Former U.S. President (and Nobel Peace Prize winner) Jimmy Carter argues that a peace plan jointly supported by Iran, Russia, Saudi Arabia, Turkey, and the United States is the only plausible way of ending the Syrian conflict.

All these countries have an interest in stabilizing the Middle East and in preventing the expansion of ISIS. A mutually acceptable peace plan could have four stages: (1) cease fire along existing military lines, (2) formation of an interim unity government, (3) constitutional reform empowering the majority and protecting minorities, and (4) elections to establish a new government. Carter maintains that such a peace plan, if jointly supported by the five intervening nations, would be acceptable to all Syrian factions other that ISIS.

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FBI says ‘Australian IS jihadist’ is actually a Jewish American troll named Joshua Ryne Goldberg


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US man accused of 9/11 memorial bomb plot

A 20-year-old whose online identity was ‘Australi Witness’ – an ISIS agent apparently living in Perth – has been arrested at his parents’ place in Florida over plotting a bomb attack at a 9/11 memorial event.

A young Jewish American man has been charged with pretending to be an Australian-based Islamic State jihadist after a FBI joint investigation with the Australian Federal Police based on information provided by Fairfax Media.

Joshua Ryne Goldberg, a 20-year old living at his parents’ house in US state of Florida, is accused of posing online as “Australi Witness,” an IS supporter who publicly called for a series of attacks against individuals and events in western countries.

In recent days Australi Witness has claimed online that he is working with other jihadists to plan attacks in Australia and the United States. He distributed pictures of a bomb that he was working on with “2 lbs of explosives inside”.

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Early on Friday, Australian time, Goldberg, who is non-Muslim and has no real-world links with extremism, was arrested at his home by Florida police for “distribution of information relating to explosives, destructive devices, and weapons of mass destruction”.

Australian national security and citizenship laws were strengthened last year to create a new offence of advocating terrorism, partly to stop online recruitment of jihadists, and Prime Minister Tony Abbott earlier this year allocated significant funding to security agencies because “too many Australians are being brainwashed online by this death cult”.

A device which appears to resemble a 'pressure cooker bomb', similar to the type of explosive used in the Boston Marathon Bombings.The device appears to resemble a “pressure cooker bomb”, similar to the type of explosive used in the Boston Marathon attack.
Joshua Goldberg is not Muslim or Australian.Joshua Goldberg is not Muslim or Australian. Photo: Facebook

However, one of those apparent representatives of Islamic State has now been revealed as an America-based, non-Muslim online hoaxer.

The Australian Federal Police do not intend to apply for Goldberg’s extradition, but said in a statement that he faced a 20-year prison term if convicted.

“Investigations by the AFP in June 2015 established no initial threat to the Australian community. When investigations determined it was likely the person responsible for these threats was based in the United States, the investigation became the jurisdiction of the FBI, with the AFP in a support role.”

AFP Acting Deputy Commissioner National Security Neil Gaughan alleged Goldberg had “relied on the internet providing a cloak of anonymity”.

“This operation again highlights how law enforcement can investigate people in the online space and use our long-established partnerships to work with overseas agencies to bring people to account for their actions”.

An affidavit sworn at the time of the arrest says that, between August 19 and August 28, Mr Goldberg “distributed information pertaining to the manufacturing of explosives, destructive devices, or weapons of mass destruction in furtherance of an activity that constitutes a Federal crime of violence”.

US Attorney Lee Bentley III, said Goldberg instructed a confidential source how to make a bomb similar to two used in the Boston Marathon bombings two years ago that killed three people and injured more than 260 others.

He allegedly instructed someone how to fill the bomb with nails, metal and other items dipped in rat poison.

Police base the charge on his communication of five web links to sites that provided instructions that could be used to make explosives as part of a plot to explode a bomb on September 13 at a memorial ceremony in Kansas City, commemorating the 9/11 the terrorist attacks.

The affidavit, released by Special agent William Berry of US Customs and Border Protection, says that Goldberg had initially denied to officers that he had any involvement with distributing information on how to make a bomb, but then later admitted it.

“Goldberg further admitted that he believed the information would create a genuine bomb,” Agent Berry alleged.

However, Goldberg also claimed that he meant for the person he was communicating with to either kill himself creating the bomb or, that Goldberg intended to warn police in time so that he would receive “credit for stopping the attack”.

In conversations with Fairfax Media, which were also cited in the affidavit, Mr Goldberg had said he did not expect any jihadist to actually carry out an attack because: “These guys are pussy keyboard warriors”.

Fairfax media can also reveal that Goldberg, as Australi Witness, is suspected of a number of other online hoaxes, including posing online as prominent Australian lawyer, Josh Bornstein.

Australi Witness’s online actions might have had fatal real-world consequences in May.

In the leadup to an exhibition in Garland, Texas, at which pictures of the Prophet Mohammed were to be displayed, “Australi Witness” tweeted the event’s address and reposted a tweet urging people to go there with “weapons, bombs or with knifes”.

Two Muslim men attempted an attack at the exhibition, and were killed by police. Australi Witness then praised them online as martyrs.

A tweet from Australi Witness.A tweet from Australi Witness. Photo: Twitter

Australi Witness also urged followers to target Australian cartoonist Larry Pickering, who has previously depicted the Prophet Mohammed.


The Australi Witness persona fooled members of the international intelligence community as well as journalists, with well-known analyst Rita Katz of SITE Intelligence Group saying the “IS supporter” held a “prestige” position in online jihadi circles and was “part of the hard core of a group of individuals who constantly look for targets for other people to attack”.

Ms Katz has previously acted as a consultant for US and foreign governments and testified before Congress on online terrorist activities.

The Australian Federal Police were unaware of Australi Witness’s real identity as Goldberg until contacted by journalists working on behalf of Fairfax Media.

In the Bornstein hoax, Goldberg established a blog on the Times of Israel in the lawyer’s name before posting an inflammatory article calling for the “extermination” of Palestinians. The Times retracted the article and apologised, and Bornstein went public with the story saying “I deplore racism…I’ve fought racism since I was four years old”.

When confronted, Goldberg boasted he had avoided detection, saying, “That guy has no idea. He thinks [online radical right wing website] Daily Stormer did it.” He also said he wanted to obtain Bornstein’s real life address, in order to “freak him out even more”.

In conversations and in articles written under his real name, Goldberg repeatedly professed to be an advocate for free speech, and showed disdain for organisations and individuals who call for limits on hate speech or hate speech laws.

As Australi Witness, he publicly linked himself to Amnesty International, saying that he used to work there. The fake jihadi also claimed a friendship with anti-Islamophobia campaigner Mariam Veiszadeh, but only to smear her reputation.

In online conversations, Goldberg said: “I wanna smear Amnesty and Mariam Veiszadeh…Amnesty is already in hot water over their links to CAGE, I wanna cement their jihadist connections and ruin their reputation. And Mariam is a Muslim whore, so smearing her as a jihadist should be easy.”

Ms Veiszadeh said she was not suprised at Goldberg’s arrest, saying she had “fallen within his radar” because of the campaign by an anti-Muslim hate group, the Australian Defence League, who campaigned to “incite hatred and violence towards me from across the globe.”


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Zio-Christians Legitimize I$raHell Land Theft

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In this thought provoking, 23 minute program, Craig Hanson and Tom Compton join Chuck Carlson to discuss the issue of property rights in Israel.  What about the indigenous Philistines that are now referred to as Palestinians? Do they have any property rights or do the Biblical concepts about property rights not apply to them any more? The Zionists claimed that they have occupied “a land with no people for a people without a land” and that the Palestinians are an invented people. The inspiration for this program was from a revealing news story aired on mainstream media MSNBC, that talked about the shrinking lands of the Palestinians. (See – the story and the retraction made after pressure from Zionists applied on MSNBC and a story by Alison Weir of If Americans Knew, MSNBC, Maritn Fletcher Disavow Map of Palestine Being Wiped Off the Map“).  Craig Hanson provides his interpretation in his article, Property Rights In Israel.”

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