Archive | October 16th, 2013

Shutdown keeps U.S. anti-Semitism envoy from Ukraine conference


Ira Forman, the Obama administration’s special envoy to monitor and combat anti-Semitism, canceled his attendance at a landmark conference in Kiev because of the U.S. government shutdown, according to a conference organizer.

Forman, who was scheduled to be the opening speaker Tuesday at the two-day conference marking the 100th anniversary of the Beilis blood libel trial, canceled shortly before its opening with an apology to organizers of the high-profile event, JTA has learned.

“Mr. Forman has cited the shutdown,” said Eduard Dolinsky, executive director of the Ukrainian Jewish Committee, in reference to the standoff that began when Congress missed an Oct. 1 deadline to pass a budget.

The U.S. ambassador to Ukraine, Geoffrey Pyatt, is attending the conference, titled “From the Beilis Trial to Berlin and Beyond,” but will not address its 250 participants, including high-level envoys from at least 12 countries.

“It is unfortunate, but that is the way it is,” said Dolinsky, who organized the event with Oleksandr Feldman, president of the Ukrainian Jewish Committee and a member of the Ukraine parliament. Ukrainian Vice Prime Minister Oleksandr Vilkul spoke at the event.

The Beilis trial was  based on an anti-Semitic blood libel that czarist Russian authorities fabricated in Kiev.

Gideon Behar, Forman’s Israeli counterpart, told the conference that “unfortunately, blood libels are still around even 100 years after the trial of Menachem Mendel Beilis, largely thanks to Iran’s efforts to propagate them.

Beilis was acquitted in 1913 of allegations that he murdered a Christian to use his blood for worship. His trial, often compared with that of Alfred Dreyfuss in France, generated intense interest by international media and served as a catalyst for Jewish emigration out of Europe, according to historians.

Beilis’ grandson, the U.S.-born Jay Beilis, also attended the conference.

Other speakers  include the ambassadors to Ukraine from Germany, Israel and at least seven European states, as well as representatives from the Simon Wiesenthal Center, the American Jewish Committee and the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe, or OSCE, which is chaired by Ukraine.

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Fearful of anti-Semitism, 22% of European Jews hide identity



Major nine-country survey finds 40% of French Jews won’t wear Jewish symbols, 91% of Hungarian Jews see rise in anti-Semitism


Almost a quarter of respondents in a major survey of Jews from nine European countries said they avoid visiting places and wearing symbols that identify them as Jews for fear of anti-Semitism.

Fear of wearing a kippah and other identifiably Jewish items was especially strong in Sweden, where 49 percent of 800 respondents said they refrained from such actions, in a survey conducted this year among more than 5,100 Jews by the European Union Agency for Fundamental Rights.

In France, 40 percent of approximately 1,200 Jews said they avoided wearing such items in public, followed by Belgium with 36 percent, according to preliminary results from the survey, obtained by JTA.
In total, 22 percent of respondents said they avoided “Jewish events or sites” because of safety concerns.

“The results show that a majority of European Jews are experiencing a rise in anti-Semitism,” Gert Weisskirchen, a former representative of the Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe for fighting anti-Semitism, said Tuesday at a conference in Kiev.

The survey, which began Sept. 3, 2012 and closed last month, was conducted online in France; Britain; Belgium; Germany; Sweden; Italy; Hungary; Romania and Latvia. The full report is due to be published next month in Vilnius.

In Hungary, 91 percent of more than 500 respondents said anti-Semitism has increased in the past five years. That figure was 88 percent in France; 87 percent in Belgium and 80 percent in Sweden. In Germany, Italy and Britain, some 60 percent of respondents identified a growth in anti-Semitism, compared to 39 percent in Latvia.

Figures for people who said they had experienced an anti-Semitic incident in the 12 previous months were 30 percent for Hungary; 21 percent for France and 16 percent in Germany.

Twenty-seven percent of respondents said the perpetrators were Muslims; 22 percent blamed people with “left wing views,” and 19 percent said the people responsible had “right-wing views.”

More than 75 percent of respondents said they do not report anti-Semitic harassment to police and 64 percent said they do not report physical assaults, with 67 percent saying that reporting incidents was either “not worth the effort” or otherwise ineffectual.

“Individual states need to address anti-Semitism not for the sake of the current generation, but to prevent the worsening of the situation for the following one,” said Oleksandr Feldman, the Ukrainian Jewish parliament member who organized the two-day conference titled “From the Beilis Trial to Berlin and Beyond” on the 100th anniversary of the anti-Semitic blood libel trial against Menachem Mendel Beilis, who was acquitted of killing a Christian child to use his blood for rituals.

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Shas forms pact with Lieberman to dismantle Naziyahu government


Shas party leader Ariyeh Deri.

Ultra-Orthodox party chairman Aryeh Deri tells Haredi radio that this was reason behind joint support for Moshe Leon in Jerusalem mayor’s race.


The interview is liable to profoundly embarrass many members of the government, in which Yisrael Beiteinu is a senior partner. This is especially true because Leon is formally the candidate of both Yisrael Beiteinu and Netanyahu’s Likud party, though neither the prime minister nor many other senior Likud MKs have endorsed him.

Deri, whose Shas party isn’t in the government, was interviewed on Tuesday by the ultra-Orthodox Kol Barama station. Asked about the fact that many Haredi rabbis still haven’t endorsed Leon, he replied that the Haredim must unite behind the candidate because the future of the pact with Yisrael Beiteinu chairman Avigdor Lieberman depends on it.

“Avigdor Lieberman is the central axis of this government coalition,” Deri said. “It’s impossible to dismantle this coalition without Avigdor Lieberman. It’s impossible to come to Avigdor Lieberman and tell him, ‘Sir, we’re liquidating you politically – not personally, heaven forbid – and we’re not going with your candidate Moshe Leon in Jerusalem, but afterward we’ll ask you to dismantle your alliance with Yair Lapid and [Naftali] Bennett,’” the heads of two other coalition parties. “It won’t work. Period. You can’t act like that,” Deri said.

“If right now, we gnash our teeth, and the Haredi public doesn’t unite around Moshe Leon’s candidacy, I tell you that we’ve lost our chance to dismantle this coalition for the next three years,” he added.

Asked whether Lieberman had actually promised to bring down the government if Leon won thanks to Haredi support, Deri told the station that even if Leon doesn’t win, “Lieberman will be with us in this alliance if he knows we went together with him. But partnerships and agreements aren’t made solely on paper. … When you go into a big battle together, then you cooperate afterward.”

In response to the interview, some Likud officials in Jerusalem urged Netanyahu and other Likud ministers to throw their full support to Leon’s rival, incumbent Mayor Nir Barkat. But many Likud MKs – including several who are normally not fans of Yisrael Beiteinu – dismissed Deri’s claim, saying they didn’t see any reason to believe Lieberman had allied with the Haredim to break up the coalition.

“Yisrael Beiteinu has no reason to endanger Netanyahu at the moment,” said a Likud MK. “This is a theoretical statement by Deri, and there’s no reason to respond to it right now. We’ll have to wait and see.”

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Nazi to Develop Unmanned Submarines


Israel to develop unmanned submarines


The Ministry of Defense’s Administration for the Development of Weapons and Technological Infrastructure (Mafat) has set the next challenge for Israel’s defense industry: do for unmanned submarines what it did for unmanned aerial warfare. If the defense industry moves quickly and purposefully in identifying this emerging market, and offers a well-functioning unmanned submarine, it could be riding the right wave in a decade from now: Mafat aeronautics division director Dr. Yuval Cohen estimates that the market will be worth $2 billion a year in 2020.
If Israel was the spearhead of unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs), there is no reason why it cannot spearhead unmanned submarines. “We have the academic infrastructures and skills needed to work on the development of tools in this field, and if the defense industry invests the necessary resources in R&D, it will have something to sell the world, because there will be strong demand for these platforms,” Cohen told “Globes”.

In early October, Mafat staff presented its vision of unmanned submarines at a special conference organized by the magazine “Israel Defense”. While Israel rushes ahead with UAVs, and is developing unmanned land vehicles and unmanned patrol boats, Mafat says that the challenges of developing unmanned submarines are huge: in contrast to UAVs, which are operated by commands from ground command and control systems via satellite communications, these are unavailable beneath the oceans. Undersea communications is acoustics-based, which have limited volume and range. Unmanned submarines will therefore need high levels of automation and independent navigation.
Unmanned submersibles, which are linked to the supply ship by cable, already exist, but they are short-range vehicles and have limited utility. Nonetheless, unmanned submarines have huge potential, if only because in a future battlefield, they can replace navy commandoes for special ops or plant intelligence devices off a hostile shore.

In the face of new dangers on the high seas, such as the threats of mines to paralyze shipping lanes, unmanned submarines could be a paying investment. “Naval mines weigh hundreds of kilograms. They are big, but hard to see among all the detritus on the sea floor. It’s like looking for a needle in haystack. These are sophisticated mines, which activate themselves and explode at the acoustic signal of the engines of a ship passing overhead, changes in water pressure when a ship passes overhead, or magnetic mines, which attach to any metal ship. Until a shipping lane is fully cleared of mines, no one will sail in the area, effectively creating a naval blockade. The current response to this threat is slow and very expensive sweeps. Development of an automated unmanned submarine for efficient minesweeping, without risking human lives, should be very worthwhile and there is a good global market,” says Cohen.

The defense establishment declines to discuss Mafat’s involvement in development programs for technologies needed for unmanned submarines. Nonetheless, its involvement goes beyond words: it has intensive ties with defense companies and academic institutions, such as the Technion Israel Institute of Technology, Bar Ilan University, and Ben Gurion University of the Negev, which are engaged in the field. “I see strong motivation at defense companies in investing and fostering this field,” says Cohen. “This field has been in the doldrums until now, but there are signs that that the winds are picking up.”

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Former Nazi Security Chief: ‘Rabbis Behind Price Tag Crimes’



Former head of internal security also warns crimes carried out by the nationalist group are what threatens the existence of the State. 

Arutz Sheva

Former Shin Bet chief Carmi Gillon, has told students at the Holon Technological College that religious Zionist rabbis were to blame for the spate of nationalist ‘Tag Mechir’ (price tag) crimes.

The ‘price tag’ phenomenon refers to acts of vandalism and arson targeting Arab possessions, and, on occasion, Israeli security forces, in “revenge” for Arab attacks on Jews, or for measures taken by security forces against communities in Judea and Samaria. No Jewish Israeli has been indicted for the vandalism against Arab targets, although the police have announced arrests several times, only to free those arrested for lack of evidence. Some MK’s have suggested that some of these acts are planted or the work of Arabs attempting to blacken the name of the political right. 

Carmi Gillon, formerly an Ambassador to Denmark, served as Israel’s Head of Internal Security (Shin Bet) from 1994 to 1996. He resigned after the Shin Bet was criticized for not preventing the 1995 assassination of then prime minister Yitzchak Rabin by Yigal Amir.

Since leaving the Shin Bet, Carmi has actively demonstrated his affiliation with Israel’s leftist politicians, including serving as the Director General of the Peres Center for Peace.

Addressing the ‘price tag’ phenomenon, Gillon first told students that the attacks were doing great damage to Israel’s image and interests.

“When you attack a church, it makes global headlines” Gillon said, asking “then are we so surprised by a rise in anti-Semitism?” linking it to the rise in global anti-Semitism as well. He added that Israel “did not have the luxury to think of itself as a people that could dwell alone.”

“Economically, Israel cannot live alone” he said, “we are dependent ontrade and support from European countries,” making a reference to the current European Union’s boycott against produce from Judea and Samaria which could also lead to Israel being frozen out of lucrative EU funding for research.

“Netanyahu knows, despite his statements, that he cannot act alone against Iran. No plane will set off from Tel Nof [military airport] without permission from the US. We are not alone,” Gillon said.

The former Shin Bet chief’s harshest words, were reserved for the rabbis he claimed stood behind the price tag crimes, inciting young students to act.

“We know the rabbis are behind these crimes,” he said. They should be prosecuted.” Gillon refused to list the names of the rabbis he was accusing of inciting the youths to commit the crimes, but added, “I expect the state prosecutor to find a way of pursuing the perpetrators of these crimes,” he said were “threatening the quality of life of the country.”

There has been no known statement by any rabbi condoning or encouraging price tag activities.

Referring to the problem that it is alleged that many of those involved are young teenagers, he charged: ”If you don’t have the tools to deal with them – then make them, and if it’s too big of a challenge for police to handle –  then create a separate unit to deal with it.”

During his talk, Gillon addressed reasons for the resentment of some on the right, saying he saw the legitimate right to protest events such as the 2005 disengagement  from the Gaza Strip, and to enter into dialogue and to disagree. He also noted the disappointment he said had been felt by many on the right, that former prime minister Ariel Sharon, once a resolute supporter of building Jewish communities, had turned his back on them – ordering the forced eviction of thousands of residents of Gush Katif and northern Samaria in 2005 that led to an increase in rocket attacks on southern Israel..

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The Piper Report Oct 14, 2013

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Nazi Border policeman arrested for robbing house


Gendarme allegedly showed counterfeit search warrant to Naziya  woman, stole money from her home during illegal search

ed note–lest we forget–

–When the Lord your God brings you into the land he swore to your fathers, to Abraham, Isaac and Jacob, he will give you a land with large, flourishing cities you did not build, houses filled with all kinds of good things you did not provide, wells you did not dig, and vineyards and olive groves you did not plant…
–Book of Deuteronomy


A Border Police officer was arrested and under investigation on suspicion of presenting a Netanya resident with a false search warrant and stealing money from her home.

According to an Israel Radio report Wednesday, the Justice Ministry’s Police Investigation Division on Tuesday arrested the border policeman. The charge sheet contended that the officer handed the Netanya resident a fake search warrant and demanded that he be let in to investigate the premises. During the search, he allegedly stole cash from the victim’s house.

The gendarme was taken for investigation by the Military Police, who are investigating the case. Authorities were probing whether the officer was involved in other similar incidents.

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Anne Frank video game recreates one day of hiding



German video designer calls the game an ‘interactive experience’ that is not meant to be ‘fun.’


An interactive video game will allow users to relive a day in the life of Holocaust diarist Anne Frank.

The focus of the game, simply titled “Anne Frank,” is the day in October 1942 that the teenage Anne wrote in her diary about her fears that a worker was about to discover the family’s hiding place in Amsterdam, German media reported.

German video designer Kira Resari, 25, calls the game an “interactive experience” that was not meant to be “fun.” It is not yet available for sale.

“It’s more like you get carried away, touched, and perhaps moved to tears,” he told the website, adding that he “would not give away the ending.”

“I want to make a contribution toward ensuring that she is never forgotten,” he said.

A spokesman for the Anne Frank Center in Berlin, Scott-Hendryk Dillan, told JTA the center has been aware of the project since March but has not yet evaluated it.

“We are getting in touch with the creator,” he said.

Dillan noted that the website of the Anne Frank House in Amsterdam offers a multilingual interactive virtual tour through the house where the Franks were in hiding.

He said it is state of the art, “but not interactive. This Munich game designer is the first to do this.”

Resari said he wanted to contribute to ensuring that the persecution of Jews and the Holocaust never be forgotten.

“Younger generations need access to history on their own wavelength,” he told the Protestant online news portal

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Planned Parenthood – Pushing Child Pornography in the Name of Sex Education.


Distribution of child porn using government funding claimed scientific and educational.

Prevention Park, is the largest Planned Parenthood administrative and medical facility in the nation. It also serves as the headquarters for 12 clinics, located in Houston, Texas (Photo:Wikimedia Commons)

Prevention Park, is the largest Planned Parenthood administrative and medical facility in the nation. It also serves as the headquarters for 12 clinics, located in Houston, Texas (Photo:Wikimedia Commons)

By Sergey Baranov | October 16, 2013 | 1:00am EST

PERU (INTELLIHUB) — If you watch the following video[1] without feeling your blood starting to boil and your head turning into a steaming kettle, or worse – feeling an excitement or defending the content while watching, you can be sure that your brain is dead and you have no chance of ever regaining your consciousness.

Your breathing and heart rate which gives you an illusion of life are merely the result of your connection to a dying cultural life support apparatus.

Previously writing about Planned Parenthood as being a eugenicist operation[2][3], I haven’t touched upon its other side which deals with obsession and promotion of sex to children. Sex toys, penis shape balloons, penis shape cakes, vagina cakes, vagina costumes, just to mention a few items which can be found during the Planned Parenthood “community events” or “no pants” sex parties, all in the name of sex education, a government program which by the way costs taxpayers hundreds of millions of dollars at a time when American families are losing their homes, their jobs and in some cases their lives out of desperation.

An assumption that introduced material with explicit sexual content can be considered as “scientific and age-appropriate”, would be met with an outrage by any parent I know and taken as an insult to their intelligence.

Personally speaking, if I found out that my 10-year-old kid was exposed to pornographic material such as presented in the sex book for children pushed by Planned Parenthood called “It’s Perfectly Normal”, containing depictions of naked boys and girls, images of masturbation and cartoons of people engaged in sex, I would go out of my way to evoke public outrage and press criminal charges against all who were involved in production, promotion and distribution of this child pornography.[4]

To be honest, if the sexual content exposed in the video above was not attributed to the Planned Parenthood organization, a government agency funded with federal tax dollars, I would have thought it was produced by the underground child porn industry.

Giving it further thought, I was wondering whether there was a connection between Planned Parenthood promotion of sex and other cultural influences to promote pedophilia. A recent Miley Cyrus show came to mind.

Pondering on where this is all was going, I couldn’t help but thinking about the numerous court cases in which pedophiles were let free. [5]

Quite recently I expressed my thoughts about an attempt to lower the age of consent to 13[6] “in order to help old men to escape prosecution”. It now fits the bigger picture.

Despite the fact that pedophilia is blatantly promoted and attempts to legitimize it are made, the sinister agenda goes mostly unnoticed by the general public while moral values continue to decay.

Talking of morality, or absence of it, another incident has come to mind.

It was during the Civil Justice Sub-Committee hearing in March 2013, when Florida legislators considered a bill to require abortionists to provide medical care to infants who survive an abortion were shocked when a Planned Parenthood official endorsed a right to post-birth abortion. In other words, it was an endorsement to terminate life of the newly born baby who survived the abortion. You really need to watch it for yourself to draw your own conclusion. [7]

How an organization with an anti-life, perverted mindset, can be trusted with educating American youth about sexual health, remains a question.



[1] Hooking kids on sex – Fletcher Armstrong

[2] Eugenics  – Weeding Humanity out of Existance -Intellihub

[3] Eugenicists – The Emissaries of Death to Engineer Your Future – Intellihub

[4] Child Pornography Laws – Wikipedia

[5] Pot users jailed while pedophiles walk free – Intellihub

[6] A review of recent attacks on parental rights –  Intellihub

[7] Planned parenthood official argues for the right to partial birth abortions – Weekly Standard


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Illustration: Truth and Lie

By Gilad Atzmon

In the last few days blogger M. Jay Rosenberg came to the conclusion that Electronic Ali Abunimah is an anti-semite. Rosenberg’s accusation is clearly unsubstantiated. Ali Abunimah is not an anti-semite. Dishonest? More likely.

Rosenberg writes, “let me explain why I consider Ali Abunimah to be anti-semitic…Ali Abunimah refers to Israelis as Zionists,.. but then he makes clear, over and over again, that Zionists are all bad people. Just go to his twitter feed and read the labels he uses for Zionists..’

Rosenberg is obviously uninformed.  More and more commentators and scholars accept that Israelis are not Zionists, they are actually the product of the Zionist project. Most Israelis do not even understand what Zionism stands for. Zionism is the promise to bring about a Jewish national home. Once the Jewish State was founded (1948) Zionism finished its role as far as Israeli Jews are concerned. Thus, Zionism is now largely a Jewish Diaspora discourse. Accordingly, the debate between Zionists and the so-called ‘anti-’ has little relevance to Israeli politics or practice.  In short, Rosenberg is wrong, yet why Abunimah misleads his readers, referring to Israelis as Zionists, remains unclear.

Abunimah may not be the most sophisticated theoretical commentator around, but he certainly monitors Israeli society and understands its politics.

Abunimah refers to ‘Israelis’ as ‘Zionists’ only because his operation is sustained financially and politically by Jewish ‘anti-Zionists’ and the Jewish Left. Abunimah refers to Israelis as ‘Zionists’ only because he knows that telling the truth, uttering the ‘J’ word, may cost him dearly.

It is not a secret that Abunimah and myself are not on cordial terms.  Yet, we communicated briefly in 2010 following Abunimah’s laughable statement on history and culture. Here is a juicy bit of information Abunimah would probably prefer to keep hidden from the public eye: On the 1st of December 2010, Abunimah wrote to me in an amicable manner:

“What you describe as ‘Jewish’ might perhaps be more accurately described as ‘Zionist,’ – and then we might find grounds for a lot of agreement”

Abunimah basically advised me to mislead my readers and say ‘Zionist’ whenever I mean to say ‘Jewish’ so we (he and I) can ‘find grounds for a lot of agreement’. Around the same time I also met with a JVP top leader who repeated pretty much the same line. “Don’t refer to Jewishness, make sure you concentrate on Zionism,” she said, “you will then enjoy our support.”

Being repulsed by any form of political and activist dishonesty, I obviously dismissed both Abunimah’s advice and the JVP’s offer.

I made it clear to Abunimah that Israel defines itself as the Jewish State, and its supporting Lobby around the world is also proudly Jewish. Israeli tanks are marked with Jewish symbols and when Shlomo Sand, Ilan Pappe and myself were called to join the IDF it wasn’t because we were ‘Zionists’, which we weren’t. It was because we were Israeli Jews.

Understanding Jewishness is obviously the key to Israel politics, Jewish lobbying and also anti-Zionist Zionism a la JVP, IJAN, Jstreet etc’. Yet, Abunimah prefers to mislead his readers avoiding the ‘J word’ just because his campaign is sustained by Jewish money.

Rosenberg is totally wrong. Ali Abunimah is obviously not an anti-semite. He is instead grossly insincere. But he is also extremely foolish to believe that his deceitful agenda would prevail.

But let me try to help Rosenberg out of this intellectual muddle.

As long as Jews like himself operate politically they must accept a realm of political opposition.  Rosenberg will have to accept that as much as Jews openly celebrate their hatred of the Nazi state and Nazis in general, Arabs and Palestinians, Ali Abunimah included, are also entitled to repel Israel as a state and Israelis collectively. None of that would make Abunimah or anyone else into an anti-Semite. It would make Abunimah into a legitimate political opponent of the Jewish State.

Anti-semites are basically people who blindly hate Jews for being Jews. I must admit that in my entire life, I have never come across any person who holds such an idiotic view. Many people indeed oppose Jews but always for reasons to do with Jewish politics, Jewish lobbying, Jewish power in media and finance, Jewish culture, supremacy and so on.  Sometimes those reasons are valid, sometimes they are not. The big question is how to differentiate between the Jewish people (an innocent category) and Jewishness (the culture). Zionism and Israel do not help in clarifying that matter, and may I also suggest that Jewish progressive and aggressive lobbying that is similarly racist and exclusive doesn’t help either.

Jewish identity politics is a problematic topic, and If Jews like Rosenberg are concerned, as they should be, they better address those concerns looking in the mirror and identify what Jewishness is all about.

I hope that this piece would lead Rosenberg and others to examine the nuances of Judaism, Zionism and Jewishness. I also hope that Abunimah may decide, once and for all, to adhere to the truth, for truth is liberation.



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