Israel Prepares Ground Invasion of Syria

Israeli Likud Minister Yuval Steinitz will tell the United States, Russia and other world powers Israel will not tolerate Iranian forces near its border, the Jerusalem Times reported on Tuesday.

Steinitz made the remark as Israel’s prime minister, Benjamin Netanyahu, flew to New York to address the United Nations General Assembly on Thursday.

“In all of our discussions, first and foremost with the United States, but also with Russia and the rest of the world powers, we must make sure that the Iranian forces will stay in Iran,” Steinitz told Israel’s Army Radio.

“Nobody wants to see Russian forces in the area of the Golan Heights, but we definitely don’t want to see Iranian forces near Israel,” he added.

Israel captured the Golan Heights from Syria during the Six Day War in June, 1967. The territory was officially annexed in 1981.

Israel fired on Syrian forces in the Quneitra region over the weekend when errant mortar fire landed in the captured territory.

Defense Minister Moshe Yaalon said on Monday Syria had crossed a “red line” in its battle with proxy forces attempting to overthrow the government of Bashar al-Assad in Syria.

“Israel does not intend to ignore these incidents. We see the Syrian government as responsible for what happens in Syrian territory,” Yaalon said.

Preparations for Ground Invasion of Syria

In August it was reported that Israel is preparing for a possible ground invasion of Syria.

The Israelis began large division-scale training in the occupied Golan Heights in mid-August under the pretext ISIS may invade and also citing the presence of Hezbollah fighters in Syria.

Israel and Hezbollah fought a war in 2006 in Lebanon, northern Israel and the Golan Heights. Some analysts consider the 34-day war as the first Iran-Israel proxy conflict.

“In the scenarios envisioned by the IDF, heavily-armed terrorist cells would infiltrate the Israeli side of the Golan and attack Jewish and Druze villages there, necessitating a strong Israeli response in Syria,” Israel Today reported on August 17.

The announcement of invasion preparations coincide with the possibility Israel may move its borders east “to protect the Druze and other non-hostile populations that are today threatened by the Islamists,” the website reported.

On Tuesday Israel Today reported the country “fears unintentional exchanges of fire between its own forces and the Russian military in Syria. Such a flare-up between Israeli and Iranian forces could give Tehran the excuse it needs to launch a long-range missile assault on the Jewish state.”

The Kuwaiti newspaper Alrai has cited “official sources” as saying Iran, Syria, Hezbollah and Russia have launched a “joint operations room” to coordinate their campaign to defeat the Islamic State.

The Times of Israel reported on Saturday:

The newspaper quotes official sources as saying that each party will be responsible for particular areas of Syria, with Russia operating in Latakia, Hama and some parts of the Aleppo province, while Iran will be defending the capital Damascus and down to Quneitra on the Syrian side of the Golan Heights. The report also states that some 100 Iranian special forces trained in urban warfare have arrived in Damascus

Israel claims the Syrian Army has received “substantial support” from Iran, Iraq, Afghanistan, Lebanon and “most notably fellow Iranian client Hezbollah,” the paramilitary group formed after Israel invaded Lebanon in 1982.

The Kuwaiti report also said the Syrian military has given dozens of Soviet-era tanks tanks to Hezbollah.

The Times of Israel reiterated the possibility Israel may conduct ground operations in the Golan and Syria.


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Israel’s dystopian dictatorship

Asa Winstanley

Asa Winstanley

Israel takes great pride in its propaganda claim to be the “only democracy in the Middle East”. This is something it bangs on about at sanctimonious length in every international forum it has access to.

As well as being totally false for Palestinians (more of which below) it is entirely hypocritical. In reality, Israel has long had an important role in supporting, propping up and being in tacit or open alliance with the region’s worst dictatorships and human rights abusers.

The undemocratic regimes in Jordan, Egypt and Saudi Arabia for example. But it also includes the Iran-Contra episode of the 1980s in which Israel was recruited by the US to sell weapons to Iran; the profits were used to aid the terror war of the right-wing Contra army against the revolutionary government of Nicaragua (the US President at the time needed to get around Congress, which had imposed some limits on aid to the Contras after the record of their war crimes became impossible to ignore).

The Hashemite monarchy in Jordan has, despite some conflicts, too often served as a buffer between Palestinian anger and resistance, and Israel. The Black September war of the early 1970s being only one example. More recently, the Jordanian regime has played a key role in training anti-democratic, pro-imperialist forces in the region, such as when it trained and armed the Palestinian Contras led by the former Gaza warlord Mohammed Dahlan, whose failed 2007 coup attempt in the Gaza Strip (backed by Israel and the US) was nipped in the bud by forces loyal to the elected Palestinian Authority government of the time (led by Hamas).

The record of the Israeli alliance with the Egyptian military regime is well-documented and long standing. It goes back to Anwar Sadat, and the unequal peace treaty he signed with Israel. It only flourished under Hosni Mubarak, another unelected dictator. In 2011, when a popular uprising finally unseated Mubarak, the Israeli press was a sight to behold, as Israeli politician after Israeli politician worried and fretted about “our ally in Cairo” being pushed out. They need not have worried too much, since the Deep State apparatus soon reasserted itself, with the military maintaining a grip on power throughout the all-too-brief budding of democracy, and fully reasserting control by brutally crushing all dissent, gunning protesters off the streets and kidnapping, disappearing and now threatening to execute the first democratically elected president, Mohammed Morsi.

The links between Israel and Saudi Arabia are less well known, but in the last few years have become increasingly open.

The kingdom of horrors and executors is the fount of the worst religious fanaticism in the region, its extremist vision of Wahhabism spreading malignly across the world. All of this is backed by the imperial power in Washington DC and its minor allies such as the UK, but also increasingly Israel too, as I have reported before. For all the cant about wanting to spread “western values” of democracy and human rights to the region, the western powers in fact prop up some of the most regressive forces in the world, and then act all surprised when such support ends up indirectly fuelling hideous chimeras such as al-Qaeda and the so-called Islamic State.

But not only is “the only democracy in the Middle East” a total hypocrisy of the worst kind, it is also a complete lie.

For Palestinians living under the Israeli regime, Israel represents nothing less than an absolute dictatorship which has complete say over every aspect of their lives. Israeli democratic institutions, such as they are, are largely restricted in law and in practice to Jews only. Only a handful of recent examples is enough to demonstrate this.

Last month Mahmoud Tamimi, a young Palestinian protester in the village of Nabi Saleh was kidnapped by Israeli soldiers during one of the village’s weekly protests against the encroachment of nearby Israeli settlements (which are illegal under international law). Yet he still festers in the dungeons of Israel’s farcical military courts system.

An anonymous Italian volunteer with the International Solidarity Movement who was arrested at the same time as Tamimi reflected on the apartheid nature of this dystopian regime, by observing that he was soon released and acquitted of the false stone-throwing charges, only a day later.

Tamimi, on the other hand, because he is a Palestinian with none of the basic legal rights Israeli law has established under its civilian courts system for its citizens, will be waiting until the end of October (a full two months after soldiers arrested him) to even hear what he is accused of.

Another example, that of 24-year-old Mahmoud Nasser serves to show the Orwellian world of the Israeli injustice system, and the arbitrary nature of life as a Palestinian under Israel’s permanent military regime.

The Shin Bet (Israel’s secret police) has, using conveniently vague language, accused Nasser of “posing a security threat to Israel”. But even in the kangaroo court of the military “justice” system, the judge (who is a soldier too) decided there was not evidence against him. Bizarrely, rather than Nasser then being released for lack of evidence, as one might expect, the court imposed prohibitively expensive “bail” conditions on him anyway, which in effect could lead to him being imprisoned for 18 months or more, essentially because an Israeli spy agency decided it could.

As the ISM (which is raising funds to try and release Nasser) correctly puts it, in fact: “what [Israel] constitutes ‘a security threat’ is interpreted extremely broadly. A variety of actions is criminalized, including non-violent political and cultural expressions, such as putting up posters, writing political slogans, carrying a Palestinian flag or attending a demonstration.”

And of course Israel’s military regime is all-to-often deadly for unarmed Palestinians going about their daily lives. Only last week Israeli soldiers in occupied Hebron brutally murdered 18-year-old Hadeel Haslamoun.

None of this is the behaviour of a democratic country.

An associate editor with The Electronic Intifada, Asa Winstanley is an investigative journalist who lives in London.


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Zionist Butchery in Yemen and Gaza, All for Israel

[Ariadna: Yes, a picture is worth a thousand words but there are some pictures I cannot handle very well. In his blog Goon Squad, Greg Bacon makes a powerful case showing in graphic images the trail of blood and savage butchery left behind Israel’a advancement toward its goal: Eretz Israel. He calls them “zionists,” but since the demented dream of dominion at all cost over the “nations” is thousands of years older than the state of Israel, they can be called “Jews,” “real Jews”…]

Zionist Butchery in Yemen and Gaza, All for Israel

by Greg Bacon

Can you tell which of these pictures of dead and horribly maimed bodies are from Yemen and which are from Gaza?

[Ariadna note: To see the images click here]

The first two pictures are from Bakha, Yemen and the last two from Gaza.

Yes, this is a pic of what used to be a human being, until Saudi money and SA fighter jets supplied by the USA and US bombs turned the person into pulp:

The Zionist and NeoCON butchers are having a wonderful time in Yemen, a little something to tide them over till the next Gaza slaughter.

One could post similar pics of horror from another Zionist Jew slaughterhouse, Syria.

Or from another Zionist Jew slaughterhouse, Iraq.

Or from another Zionist Jew butchery in Libya.

All of this misery and death in the ME is basically for the benefit of one nation, Israel.

Israel is the spoiled brat that usually gets what it wants and to hell with the consequences, let someone else pay the piper.

Israel wants to expand and create its dream of ‘Eretz Israel,’ which will stretch from the Rivers Tigris and Nile, to southern Turkey down to northern Arabia.

Paid for with western money and the blood of Middle East and African Muslims.

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Russian Intervention in Syria Threatens Israel

As reported by TUT, Russia has already begun its offensive against ISIS in Syria:

Russian Jets Strike ISIS in East Aleppo to Propel the Syrian Army’s Advance on Kuweires Airbase

The uppermost question on our minds, naturally, should be, How will this affect Israel?

We know that Netanyahu went to Kremlin to appeal to Putin, hoping to make him understand that the presence of Russian troops in Syria will pose problems for Israel, because, see here, Israel is under attack by both Hamas in Gaza and Hezbollah terrorists launching rockets from the Golan. So Israel needs to strike various terrorists hangouts in Syria and it is difficult to do that with obstacles in the way, like Russian troops. Putin seemed distracted and apathetic during the meeting. And now the Russian attacks on ISIS have started.

Israel faces an existential threat from Hamas too. Their rockets, launched from Gaza, undoubtedly with Iranian help, in addition to killing millions of Jews, spread terror in Israel. The video below captures the very moment such a Palestinian rocket hits a target in Israel.
ALERT: This video may be too graphic for some people to watch. I have sent it to some of my friends but not to those who are cat lovers.

For some reason this video has not been shown on American television, which leads me to wonder if we still have a free press or if the 100% Muslim-owned media in the US is suppressing news that might show the American people the depth of suffering of Israeli Jews.

PS There will be a test next week based on this material on the theme “Satire and how to spot it” for all commenters who wish to participate.

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Syria? Ukraine? Putin, Obama to meet on separate issues: Zio-Watch, September 25, 2015

Jeremy Corbyn delivering a speech during his campaign on August 14, 2015, in Edinburgh Scotland. (Mark Runnacles/Getty Images)

(JTA) — Jeremy Corbyn, the newly elected leader of Britain’s Labor Party who has been accused of being anti-Israel, will address a pro-Israel event.

Corbyn will speak next week at the Labor Friends of Israel dinner, his office confirmed Thursday to The Jerusalem Post. Some 400 people, including about 30 members of Parliament, are scheduled to attend the dinner, which traditionally hosts the Labor Party’s leader.

He has called Palestinian terror groups Hamas and Hezbollah “friends,” and recently defended an Anglican minister who posted anti-Semitic conspiracy theories online. Corbyn also has publicly endorsed a blanket arms embargo on Israel and the boycott of Israeli universities involved in weapons research.
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JERUSALEM (JTA) — Police will have more leeway to open fire under harsher measures against rock throwers approved by Israel’s Security Cabinet.

The new measures, which were approved at a meeting of the Security Cabinet on Thursday in Jerusalem, also include those who throw firebombs and shoot fireworks at police and civilians, the Prime Minister’s Office said in a statement.

Last week, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu called for the more stringent measures following an uptick in violence on the Temple Mount and throughout Jerusalem.

Under the new measures, open fire orders have been “sharpened,” according to the statement. Police “will be permitted to open fire – and they will know that they have the right to open fire – when they face danger to any lives,” according to the statement, quoting Netanyahu.
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Senior Hamas leader Ismail Haniyeh (C) shakes hands with a man as he arrives to lead Eid al-Adha prayers in the city of Khan Yunis, southern Gaza Strip, September 24, 2015. ©Reuters

Palestinian resistance movement Hamas says Egypt is further besieging the Israeli-blockaded Gaza Strip by flooding the border area, calling on Cairo to call off the project.

Senior Hamas leader Ismail Haniyeh made the remarks during a speech to commemorate the Eid al-Adha (the Feast of Sacrifice) in the southern Gaza city of Khan Yunis on Thursday.

“Why are they (the Egyptians) digging those trenches and those water pipes around Rafah [border crossing]? … We are telling our Egyptian brothers: Stop this project. We will do our duty against those who besiege Gaza and plot against it,” Haniyeh said.

Over the past few weeks, Egyptian military bulldozers have been digging through the sand along Egypt’s border with Gaza in an attempt to flood underground tunnels used by Palestinians to transfer essential supplies, including food and fuel, into the besieged coastal sliver.

A picture taken from the southern Gaza Strip shows Egyptian army diggers working on the border between Egypt and the Israeli-blockaded coastal enclave, September 1, 2015. ©AFP


Earlier this month, witnesses said  the tunnels were submerged by water from the Mediterranean Sea through underground pipes with holes on them.
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In 2010 speech, French National Front leader compared Islamic street prayers to occupation of French territory

September 22, 2015, 11:18 pm

Far right party National Front leader Marine Le Pen poses for photographers before addressing reporters at the party's headquarters in Nanterre, west of Paris, Sunday May 25, 2014.(Photo credit: AP/Remy de la Mauviniere)


PARIS — A top official in the French far-right National Front party says its leader, Marine Le Pen, will stand trial over comments she made in 2010 comparing Muslim street prayers to an occupation of French territory.

Wallerand de Saint Just, Le Pen’s former lawyer and a ranking member of the party, confirmed the judicial decision on Tuesday to send Le Pen to trial on charges of inciting racial hatred. The party is known for its anti-immigration, anti-Islam views.

Saint Just said it was a question of freedom of speech.

“Political leaders must be able to speak without being afraid of being brought before a judge,” he said. In July 2013, Le Pen was stripped of her European Parliament immunity over the comments.

Referring to massed Muslim prayer outside, Le Pen told an event in Lyon five years ago: “For those who like to talk about World War Two, to talk about occupation, we could talk about, for once, the occupation of our territory… It is an occupation of part of the territory, suburbs where religious law is applied. Sure, there are no armored vehicles, no soldiers, but it is an occupation nonetheless and it weighs on residents.”
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  • South Park launched vicious attack on Trump and his election policies
  • Shows character Mr Garrison pledging to ‘f***’ illegal immigrants to death
  • Promise is in reference to Trump’s real-world zero-tolerance approach
  • Also brands Trump a ‘brash a*******’ and a ‘joke’ that got out of hand
  • Garrison also pledges to build a wall between the U.S. and Canada
  • But when Canada beats him to it, he travels into the country before carrying out his sick rape threat on Trump himself 
  • Trump campaign declined to comment on the show 

Donald Trump was on the receiving end of a vicious take-down by South Park on Wednesday evening, which skirted the borders of decency and taste and arguably crossed them.

In an almost unprecedented attack on a running presidential candidate, the adult cartoon lampooned the Republican and in a shocking finale, showed the billionaire businessman being brutally raped to death.

The inflammatory episode of the satirical cartoon, created by Trey Parker and Matt Stone, was supposed to attack Trump’s immigration policies and mocked his oft-repeated promise to build a wall between the US and Mexico.

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Daniel Radcliffe has changed his look for a new film. (Twitter)

Gone are the days of Daniel Radcliffe’s shaggy “Harry Potter” hair. The Jewish actor’s new look is a neo-Nazi skinhead shave.

Radcliffe, 26, is preparing to act in the upcoming film “Imperium” as an undercover FBI agent who infiltrates a neo-Nazi group that is planning to build a dirty bomb.

The British actor showed off the look on his Google+ page.

Radcliffe has worn several different hairstyles in the past, ranging from short to bushy. He has also occasionally sported a healthy amount of facial hair.
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Republican presidential candidate, businessman Donald Trump, right, talking with Ben Carson during a break in the CNN Republican presidential debate at the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library and Museum, Wednesday, Sept. 16, 2015, in Simi Valley, Calif. (Mark J. Terrill/Ap Images)

WASHINGTON (JTA) — Two Jewish groups pleaded for greater civility in political discourse after the loyalty of American Muslims was called into question during the Republican presidential campaign.

The Anti-Defamation League in a statement Monday cited an interview with Ben Carson, a physician and candidate for the nomination, who said in an interview that a Muslim should not be president. The ADL also noted that Donald Trump, the front-runner in the GOP race, failed to condemn a man at a rally who disparaged Muslims.

“Dr. Carson’s statement directly contradicts the Constitution and the values embodied in it,” ADL National Director Jonathan Greenblatt said in a statement. “In America, personal characteristics – whether race, sex, national origin, sexual orientation, gender identity or religion – should have no bearing on person’s ability to serve.”
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Politician notorious for racist and homophobic remarks forced to step down 24 hours after receiving ministerial posting

September 24, 2015, 8:00 am

Outrage erupted over the appointment of Dimitris Kammenos, a minister notorious for anti-Semitic and homophobic remarks, to the Greek government on September 23, 2015. (screen grab: YouTube)


A junior minister in the new Greek government stepped down less than 24 hours after being appointed as outrage erupted Wednesday over anti-Semitic and homophobic remarks attributed to him in the past.

Dimitris Kammenos, a lawmaker from the nationalist Independent Greeks party who had been named junior infrastructure minister, sparked uproar earlier this year by comparing the EU to Auschwitz.

He is also accused of peddling an anti-Semitic conspiracy theories claiming that 2,500 Jews employed in New York’s World Trade Center “skipped work” on the day of the September 11, 2001 attacks.

Kammenos had been one of five members of the right-wing party named to the government by Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras, which was also the junior party in his last administration.

As outrage over the nomination mounted, Tsipras stepped in to phone Independent Greeks leader Panos Kammenos — the new defense minister — to ask him to verify the allegations against his namesake Dimitris Kammenos, a government source said.
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Israel officially permits use of live ammo in answer to ‘civilian-threat’ stone-throwers

“The Israeli Security Cabinet has decided to authorize police to use live ammunition against people throwing stones and Molotov cocktails when the life of a third person is threatened and no longer only when the police officer is threatened,” Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s office said in a statement.

Until recently, police officers were only allowed to fire when their own lives were in danger.

Speaking at a Thursday meeting, Netanyahu stressed that his cabinet wants to change the situation where stone throwers “can hurl these lethal and murderous objects without response and without being foiled,” Haaretz reported.

Netanyahu praised the development on Twitter after the cabinet voted unanimously in favor of the measure, saying that “in Israel, these murderous objects won’t be thrown unanswered and without prevention.”

From now on, IDF troops and Israeli police officers are allowed to fire .22 Ruger sniper rifles at rock throwers with live rounds if they consider their lives or the life of a third person endangered.

The vote went through despite Attorney General Yehuda Weinstein’s opposition. The Attorney General argued on September 21 that his recent measure, which authorized the use of Ruger rifles against certain stone-throwers in East Jerusalem, was “sufficient as is” for the moment.

Other changes approved included a minimum four-year prison sentence for rock throwers, including imprisonment and fines for minors aged 14-18, the cancellation of welfare benefits for minors in prison, and a re-evaluation of financial subsidies paid to parents if their 12-14 year-old children are convicted.

“We have decided to penalize more severely adult stone-throwers with a minimum sentence of four years in prison and also to authorize larger fines for minors and their parents,” the statement said. “These sanctions apply to all Israeli citizens and residents of Israel.”

Attorney General Weinstein also protested the minimum sentences, instead recommending a temporary one-year order. However, the cabinet voted to authorize the order for three years, as insisted on by Justice Minister Ayelet Shaked.

Netanyahu has been pushing for the changes to the law since a surge of rock-throwing and firebomb attacks began in Jerusalem and the West Bank.

READ MORE: Israel approves use of police sniper fire against Palestinian rock-throwers – reports

On September 16, Netanyahu declared “war” on stone-throwers after a car accident that killed 64-year-old Aleksandr Levlovich. He was returning home from a dinner celebrating Rosh Hashana when his car was allegedly pelted by unidentified stone-throwers between a Palestinian and Jewish neighborhood in East Jerusalem.

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Bibi Up in the Air

“El Al 1 had taken off from Vnukovo en route to Tel Aviv and the flight attendant was coming over to give him a hot towelette. Like he needed anything hot right now … The meeting with Putin had left him hot and bothered.

“Responsibly” was what Putin had said to him. Just a promise that the Russian military in Syria will “act responsibly” in any encounter with the Israelis was all he got from Putin. How about not act at all? Not be there would be even better. Israel will no longer be able to defend itself properly, to attack any Iran-propulsed Hezbollah sighted anywhere in Syria for fear of wrinkling the uniforms of the Russian military that happened to be nearby!

Ehud Eiran was right in part, “It complicates reality. It potentially limits Israel’s freedom of action. The fascinating question is whether it will constrain Israel or not. Israel has been looking at Lebanon and Syria as areas where it could fly freely.” “But of course it will constrain us,” mused Bibi.

His closest advisor whispered something. Why whisper? Who would overhear?

“What did you say, Sarah?” he asked her.

“I said, maybe we shouldn’t have talked to Putin first.” He loved it when she said “we” instead of “you.” It made him feel they were really one.

“What do you mean, Sarah?”

“I mean, wouldn’t it have been better to give a speech to the Duma first, and let them put pressure on him? Like in Washington, you know. They would have given you standing ovations.”

“No, Sarah. The Duma is nothing like the US Congress. It’s stuffed full of anti-semites, although they keep talking a good game about being “anti-fascism.”

“So, what now, Bibi? Can’t we continue to defend ourselves in Syria irrespective of possible, what do you call it, collateral damage?”

“It is complicated, Sarah. The US may not have our back if we do. Didn’t you hear that mealy mouth Kerry talk about “cooperating” with Russia in fighting Daesh? They don’t mean it but it goes to show they want no confrontation with the Bear. Even the Chinese have piped up, “ready to help if Assad asks.” They are ganging up on us, Jew haters of the world uniting.”

“We’ve been through worse, Bibi. I know you’ll find a way,” she said with passionate assurance, and a warm feeling spread through him, even though as she spoke she caressed his head and mussed his combover, which he hated.

She was right, as always. He had prevailed over a lot of obstacles and had survived. Having survived was what his father had always held against him — not his favorite.
Frankly, Dad, I don’t give a damn. I will always have Sarah.

The presidential plane took a dive, like suddenly hitting a vacuum, one of those drops when the plane hits a hot front. Nothing to worry about.

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Arab silence as Israel attacks Al-Aqsa

Israeli forces at Al-Aqsa mosque compound

Israeli forces at Al-Aqsa mosque compound

Over the course of the past few days, Israel’s attacks on Al-Aqsa Mosque have escalated. They have been accompanied by comments made by Israeli government leaders and political parties who assert that Jewish settlers have the right to pray above the ruins of the Temple Mount.

Since the provocative incursion led by Ariel Sharon in September 2000 and the subsequent Palestinian intifada (uprising), the attacks on Al-Aqsa have been limited to the likes of Israeli politician Moshe Feiglin and a group known as HaLiba. This is led by extremist settler Yehudi Glick, who has been organising so many weekly incursions into the Noble Sanctuary that someone tried to assassinate him last October.

The latest and more intense attacks on Al-Aqsa Mosque are part of a broader Israeli expansionist campaign meant to impose new policies on the inhabitants of the Holy City. In fact, Minister of Agriculture Uri Ariel’s recent decision to enter Al-Aqsa and target Muslim worshippers therein is a testament to Israel’s dedication to implementing Zionist policies in the city in the wake of the Arab Spring. The goal is ultimately to realise a Greater Israel settlement expansion project.

It is no coincidence that a group of extremist Zionist settler groups have announced their newfound determination to continue their unlawful incursions into Al-Aqsa and to do so repeatedly and frequently. It is also no coincidence that Netanyahu’s government has dedicated most of its time in office to expanding illegal settlements in Jerusalem, as if there are no consequences to such actions and as if there isn’t a group of Israelis working around the clock digging tunnels underneath the mosque in search of evidence of the Temple.

Uri Ariel is following in the footsteps of Ariel Sharon because Israeli politics and the Talmudic school of thought are so decisive that they leave little room for coincidence. Each step that is taken is organised and sequential and very little time passes before a new settlement project devours a new piece of Palestinian land or a new settlement is devised to Judaise the city. The main goal is to turn Jerusalem into a Jewish majority city; thus, Israel’s ongoing Judaisation and “Israelisation” of Arab land serves the overall Zionist scheme for the occupation of the whole of historic Palestine.

For all of the reasons mentioned above the question of Jerusalem remains unique among all of the other issues related to the Palestine-Israel conflict; it has, therefore, become much larger than merely a fight over a city. This is defined by the emergence of a fabricated Zionist historical narrative which stands in contrast to a history that has been carved in Palestinian soil since the time of the Canaanites.

Israel seizes every opportunity to reiterate its declaration that Jerusalem is its “eternal and undivided capital” and supports any civil project that imposes its desired outcome. The indigenous Palestinian inhabitants of the city face a fait accompli under which they are forced to accept the reality of the settlement expansion project. Israel continues to make the claim that there is no Palestinian partner for negotiations but in truth there is no solution on the horizon, Arab or otherwise, when it comes to Jerusalem. The only option the Palestinians have is to accept the outcome wanted by Zionist institutions.

Today, in light of the political chaos in Syria, Egypt, Yemen and Libya, it is difficult for countries in the Arab region to react to what is happening in Jerusalem; their own bulldozers and bombs are causing destruction in their own countries. The bulldozers that are responsible for destroying land and buildings across the Arab world give some legitimacy for Israel’s bulldozers to target Jerusalem and impose a challenging status quo in the city. There is no one who can define humanitarianism or morality when all morality has been violated with the recent attacks on worshippers inside Al-Aqsa Mosque.

The tyranny in Syria, Egypt, Yemen and Libya has shattered the false illusions of pan-Arab slogans and symbols, which were false perceptions that regimes promoted in order to slow down the momentum of popular reform movements. Israel found the perfect opportunity to seize Jerusalem completely while the rest of the Arab world was distracted in its own backyard. In fact, Israel used this golden opportunity not only to continue its Judaisation project in Jerusalem but also to hijack the Palestinian cause in its entirety; Zionist politicians assume — with some justification — that the most important issue as far as the Arabs are concerned is the domestic power struggle. All that has befallen Aleppo, Daraa, Idlib, Ghouta, Damascus, Abyan, Taiz, the Sinai, Derna, Benghazi and Al-Zawaiya in terms of siege and starvation are no less grave in their calamitous effects than the land confiscation and Judaisation that has befallen Jerusalem.

Indeed, the amount of misfortune and number of catastrophes, along with brutal Israeli racism, which have affected Jerusalem of late are similar to that which have befallen its sister Arab cities. The greater issue is not the fact that there are no longer any common threads between Jerusalem and other cities in the region, in terms of nationalism and the will to win, but that there seems to be no deterrent ready to counter the Israeli occupation or any tyrannical regime.

There are no signs of a coup taking place to disrupt Israel’s ongoing violations and increase in settlement expansion. A shift has taken place when it comes to Arab attitudes towards the concept of resistance and it would appear as though Israel and Arab regimes have united in their mission to destroy the concept of human rights when it comes to their Arab citizens.

Interestingly enough, the accelerated number of Israeli attacks on Jerusalem has allowed Israel to digest and comprehend the lessons that have been learned in the experiment of the Arab Spring, which has affected the region for the past five years. Moreover, we have seen the emergence of a new end goal for the Arab regimes, one that unites them with their Israeli counterparts in their alleged “war on terror”. In reality, this campaign has been a blow to Jerusalem, one that has greatly harmed the Holy City because it has afforded Israel the opportunity to continue its aggression on Palestinian land with Jerusalem as the main target.

For all of the reasons mentioned above, Israel has exhibited a great sense of calm in regards to the Arab uprisings because they have seen their “official Arab enemies” fall one by one and lose their power-base. There are some Arab countries that once posed a military threat to Israel but do so no longer; nor will they resume that role in the future, which means that they will not be able to come to Jerusalem’s defence. So who will support and defend Jerusalem and the Jerusalemites?

This is the question that has preoccupied the minds of many Palestinians and Arabs alike since the occupation of the city in 1967. It has become more than evident that the most that will come from Arab countries in terms of support for Jerusalem is a statement issued on their behalf by the Arab League condemning Israel’s actions and aggression.

The Palestinian Authority (PA), which claims to be the sole legitimate representative of the Palestinian people, has done little but complain, much in the way that a baby cries when it is born. The response from the PA is usually, “This is an internal Israeli matter”; this appears to be the case whether it refers to Israel’s violations within the Green [1949 Armistice] Line or the implementation of racist policies such as the Judaisation of Jerusalem.

It remains to be said that the aspiration of the Palestinian people (especially Jerusalemites) is to express their desire for democracy and break the perpetual cycle of constraints imposed by Israel’s occupation of the Palestinian territories. The Palestinians are currently experiencing a difficult time, much like their Arab brothers and sisters post-Arab Spring.

The Israelis are well aware of the dangers of another intifada in the face of their current tyranny. They also know what the best circumstances are for seizing and maintaining control of Jerusalem. The Holy City is like Aleppo and Daraa in that it is facing a systematic attack on its will to survive and its will to revolt. Bringing an end to Israel’s status quo would require dismantling its settlement project and stopping its bulldozers.

The picture before us is now clearer than ever; the path to the Old City’s 14 historic gates will be bloody. We need to search for the path that will allow us to gain access to the Noble Sanctuary of Al-Aqsa. To those who have veered off of this path, it is essential that you call out, “Oh Jerusalem, we are coming!”

Translated from Al Jazeera, 15 September 2015.


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Jews’ proxy Islamic ghouls let loose in Syria to search out toddlers and their parents to torture, rape and decapitate

Jews’ proxy Islamic ghouls let loose in Syria to search out toddlers and their parents to torture, rape and decapitate


Did you know that the demonic Jews have arranged for their proxy states of Saudi Arabia, the UAE and Qatar, et al, to send drug addled jihadist ghouls to roam the streets of Syria to search out hapless civilians to torture, dismember and decapitate, to facilitate the Jews’ plot to divide and weaken Israel’s enemy Syria, so that Israel will be strengthened geopolitically and cash generated for the US military-industrial complex, which is run by “old boy” creeps of the ilk of the Bush & Co crime family, who’ve been operating in collusion with the Jew co-opted CIA to bring in an ideal antichristian cultural Marxist monetized world for the apostate Jews, under a new ‘Davidic’ king reigning from Jerusalem?

The elitist “Bush & Co” and “Clinton & Co” creeps have been brainwashed by their Judaized mentors, so that they’ll endorse the Luciferian maxim that “the end always justifies the means” when they’re put in power; and even if the means used by them to bring on the reign of the biblical antichrist from Jerusalem are the most heinous of crimes against Gentile humanity and sick blasphemies against the true and living God.

Twitter grabs from the page of the "Milk Sheikh". Beheading images from Iraq - ISIL ISIS IS Source: Milk Sheikh ?@dujanaaljanabi 26m26 minutes ago #Syria | Toddler learns how to kick the heads of heretics. The next generation are the terrorizes of the Jews & US

Beheading images – ISIL ISIS IS Source: Milk Sheikh ?@dujanaaljanabi | Toddler learns how to kick the heads of heretics. The next generation of jihadist ghouls will be the terrorizers of the Jews and the US … yes, they’ve vowed that they’ll ultimately turn on their demonic handlers that are facilitating their rise to power!

The phrase “Allah Akbar” used by the jihadist “rebels” the apostate Jews have let loose in Syria invokes the name of God, because the Arabic name Allah means “the God”. But because it is uttered by insanely cruel jihadist ghouls who butcher Christians and worship a pagan Unitarian Persian moon idol, it’s really of course a horrible blasphemy against the only true and TRINITARIAN God of Christianity and the Bible.

Yes indeed, if the witch Clinton gets in next year, America will assassinated all over again …

JFK: The Assassination of America pt 6 of 6 by James Fetzer


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Saudis to Israel: “Help, Cousins!”

[Ariadna: You can’t make this stuff up… Let me see if I get it straight: the Saudis and UAE, aided by Israel and with green light from the US are conducting an aggressive, destructive war against Yemen, which fits Israel’s expansionist agenda. The Saudi pilots are not doing very well– it’s the Russians! — and the Saudi Foreign Minister is crying for more direct help from Israel because…. he admires the Israelis (whom he considers “cousins”) for their proficiency in fighting the Lebanese and the Palestinians, who — I guess — are definitely not their “cousins.” He expects the world to admire the “comradeship” and amicable co-existence between Saudi Arabia and Israel…]

Saudi foreign minister: we are in dire need of Israeli military assistance to defeat Yemeni rebels; after all we are historically cousins

According to Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty, Adel al-Jubeir, the newly appointed foreign minister tacitly recognized his country’s failure to rout Single-handedly Yemen’s anti-Saudi rebels and called on regional allies, namely Qatar and UAE, to help Saudi Arabia to end the protracted war on Yemen.

Adel al-Jubeir, Saudi Foreign Minister

“I personally discussed the Yemeni issue with His Royal Highness the King and to find a feasible solution to terminate this dilemma, I suggested Israeli help as our only hope to end the status quo , as they [Israelis] are highly skilled and indeed proficient in this kind of warfare through decades in their confrontations with Lebanese and Palestinian militias and to my delight, His Highness King Salman put this proposal forward for further consideration,” Qatari News Agency (QNA) quoted Mr. Al-Jubeir as saying on Friday during his recent regional tour to Arab Gulf States.

To the detriment of our inexperienced pilots, added Mr. Al-Jubeir, the Yemeni revolutionaries have in their possession the Russian lethal shoulder-fired surface-to-air missiles and we lost a sum of 28 of F-15 fighters, thus in this crucial times , we are in dire need of Tel Aviv’s military prowess to curb Iran’s slow but gradual encroachment in Yemen, so I hope one day this futile Israeli hesitation to intervene in Yemen would end and the entire world will witness the comradeship and amicable co-existence between kingdom of Saudi Arabia and the State of Israel, after all we are historically cousins.

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