Thursday, July 21, 2011

Russian child yelling Allahu Akbar with soldiers

Oslo, Norway - ALL Sexual Assaults Involving Rape In Past 5 Years Committed By "Non-Western" Males

Assyrian Christians of Iraq facing Extinction

The smoking Gun Arab immigration into Palestine 1922-1931

Sadia Shepard and the Lost Jews of India-Artstreet Miami

Female Israeli Soldiers

The real face of Islam!

Bombing in Tel-Aviv by Palestinians or fakestinians!!!!

Israeli children learn to find cover when Red color sounds!

Sunday, July 10, 2011

The Meaning of Obama’s Symbol


Islam has many signs of the last days, many are in the Hadith and some are the sayings of Muhammed. The sun rising comes into play from time to time and this is a very important prediction to many Muslims who know Islamic prophecy … “The hour (the last days) will not come until the sun rises from the west... … when the people see it, then those who are on earth will believe … that is a time when belief will not profit a soul who did not believe before the time.

Islamic commentary states that one interpretation of the above prediction is that the sun or the light of Islam, the truth of Islam according to them, will shine in the western nations and be received well …

Another interpretation from Islamic commentary is that the sun is a messenger, a person, a leader, who will come out of the western nations and not only be positive toward Islam, but help promote Islam and protect and defend Islam and eventually many will be converted to it.

Louis Farrakhan believes the second interpretation. He tried to paint himself as the messenger who was that sun who would rise in the west. However, in the 1974 Savior’s Day address the Hon. Elijah Muhammed, said “You are witnessing the setting of one sun, and the rising of another.” Then Louis Farrakhan made this statement while speaking to a group of young people prior to the election of Obama and he was talking about his friend Obama, he said “you are the instrument that God is going to use to bring about universal change and that is why Barack has captured the youth and he has involved young people in the political process that they didn’t care anything about … that’s a sign, when the messiah speaks the youth will hear and the messiah is absolutely speaking.”

Obama’s logo, instead of the presidential seal, is the letter O with the sun rising … representing hope. The Obama seal that you see everywhere is the sun rising.

If I was a Muslim anywhere in the world, looking at that logo, I would understand that the last letter in his name is in the shape of an O, which is the same sun shape and he puts a sun in the middle with a new road coming across, I would immediately say, “wow, the sun is rising in the west.”

Most Americans would say they don’t care, it’s just a symbol, but they fail to understand the power of symbolism. If I were to show you a swastika, you would be disgusted. Symbolism is significant. So it’s safe to say Obama’s symbol could be a cryptic kind of message to the Islamic world, that “I will stand with you, you have someone who will stand with you and stand behind you and not be negative or create wars in your country.

Another new logo appeared in 2010. A new logo for the missile system in the United States. The new missile defense system logo is very similar, oddly enough, to the Obama campaign logo. You have what almost looks like an O with the same 3 stripes, instead of going downward, they are now going upward. Their job is to test missiles to defend the US and it’s allies. But what is interesting is it doesn’t look like a sun, it looks like a crescent and the crescent is the universal emblem of Islam.

It goes bump in the night!

Rocket terror continues: Three rockets were fired from the Gaza Strip towards Israel Saturday evening, security officials said.

Two rockets landed in open areas in the Ashkelon Beach regional council. Another rocket exploded in the Gaza Strip.

A fourth rocket alert turned out to be a false alarm. No injuries or damage were reported in the strikes.

A few hours later, overnight, Palestinian sources reported airstrikes east of Gaza City. The sources say massive damage was done to a cement factory and that the explosions could be heard throughout the Strip.

Before the strike witnesses heard aircraft in the skies above Gaza. No injuries were reported. The military confirmed the reports.

In recent days there has been a certain escalation of attacks around the Strip. On Tuesday, the Air Force struck a terror cell engaged in final preparations for launching a rocket at Israel. The Palestinian said two people were killed in the strike and another man sustained moderate wounds. No Palestinian group claimed responsibility for the attempted rocket strike, but sources in the Strip said the casualties were members of a Salafi group associated with al-Qaeda that does not accept Hamas' authority. -ytnetnews Just like any other sovereign country Israel has a right to protect its population which has a diverse ethnic population from Arabs to Jews.

Dhimmi's and Arab children doing what they do best.

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                       Not so Peaceful teaching there kids to instigate a potential violent encounter with Police way to go in teaching values and morals!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


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                                  Foreigners and so called peaceful demonstrators who don't belong in country demonstrating for what they think is a valid cause without doing there research into who they are backing "Hamas" a so -called resistance movement who are intent on killing jews its in there charter and with Qassams being fired into Israeli civilian areas it is clear what there intentions are.

Monday, June 13, 2011

Arabs at there best

ערבים בשכונת שמעון הצדיק קוראים לרצוח יהודים

Khaibar, Khaibar, O Jews.
The Army of Muhammad will return
Khaibar, Khaibar, O Jews.
The Army of Muhammad will return
Khaibar, Khaibar, O Jews.
The Army of Muhammad will return
Khaibar, Khaibar, O Jews.
The Army of Muhammad will return
Hey hey hey, hey hey hey.
Khaibar, Khaibar, O Jews.
The Army of Muhammad will return
Khaibar, Khaibar, O Jews.
The Army of Muhammad will return
Khaibar, Khaibar, O Jews.
The Army of Muhammad will return
Khaibar, Khaibar, O Jews.
The Army of Muhammad will return
We will crawl and fight.
With our blood, we will fight.
We will crawl and fight.
With our blood we will fight.

שמאלנית מנשקת דגל אש"ף בשמעון הצדיק

Sunday, June 12, 2011

Al Dura

Al Dura

by Alessa Rabin on Saturday, April 30, 2011 at 6:58am
Return of the Living Dead
April 10, 2010 22:00 by ManagingTeam
A March 30 report from the Palestinian Ma’an News Agency claimed that a Palestinian teen had been killed by the IDF, a charge subsequently denied by the IDF.
According to the original Ma’an report:
Muawiya Hassanein, director of ambulance and emergency services in Gaza, said Muhammad Zen Ismail Al-Farmawi, 15, was shot dead near the southeasterly border by Israeli forces, while local sources who wished to remain anonymous said the death may have been an internal matter.
Hassanein said ambulances had been unable to retrieve the body because of ongoing clashes in the area, while an Israeli military spokesman said he had no knowledge of the incident.
The story was picked up by a number of mainstream media outlets, including the BBC, New York Times, CNN and UPI. These outlets did, however, include the doubts over the information. The NY Times, for example stated that “it was unclear who was responsible for the death” and that there were ”questions about whether he [the Palestinian teen] could have been the victim of internal violence.”
The AFP along with the Arab press, while including IDF denials, omitted the important information above squarely placing the emphasis on the IDF. In addition, the AFP’s headline read: “Palestinian teen killed as Israelis fire on Gaza protests”, leaving little doubt as to who was likely responsible for the death.
Only a few days later, however, Ma’an reported:
It turns out Al-Farmawi was among 17 Palestinians detained by Egyptian forces shortly after they infiltrated the Egyptian side of Rafah via one of Gaza’s numerous underground smuggling tunnels. The detainees, among them 12 minors, were returned to security forces at the border on Friday. They had been questioned about tunnel locations, leading to at least three closures, Egyptian security sources said.
Relatives expressed “overwhelming happiness” that their son was unharmed during the violence, our correspondent reported from Rafah.
Muawiya Hassanein, Health Ministry director of ambulance and emergency services in Gaza, told Ma’an that after “huge efforts and contacts” to return the boy’s body, officials found him among those who were detained. He was assumed to have died in the clashes Tuesday after a Palestinian ambulance crew was refused permission to access to the area following reports of deadly fire, Hassanein explained at the time.
In what would turn out to be a second erroneous explanation that day, local residents also told Ma’an at the time that while the boy was indeed killed, the Israeli military was not involved. The purported death was an “internal matter,” locals said, insisting on anonymity.
The JPost, meanwhile, reports Al-Farmawi’s horrific experience of three days in an Egyptian prison where, according to him, he and his friends were beaten and tortured with clubs and electric wires.
The BBC, NY Times and AFP covered the apparent happy ending to this story although they failed to question Egypt’s treatment of the Palestinian teenagers. However, the entire incident raises many more questions concerning the reporting.
Reliable Palestinian Sources?
  • Why should Palestinian medical sources be free from scrutiny, particularly if those very same sources are under the auspices of the Hamas terrorist organization? In this case, faulty information came directly from the Hamas-controlled Health Ministry in Gaza, the very same source for casualty figures during Israel’s Operation Cast Lead. The Health Ministry also contributed to the one-sided Goldstone Report during the commission’s visit to the Gaza Strip.
  • We have often criticized the media for relying on Palestinian “eyewitnesses” and even official sources or spokespeople who have subsequently been found to be, at best, inaccurate and in some cases outright liars. Indeed, it was Palestinian medical sources that were responsible for spreading the vicious libel of the so-called Jenin “massacre” in 2002.
  • Is the above incident an isolated one? How many Palestinian “casualties” have been erroneously blamed on Israel?
  • Aside from the AFP, most mainstream media were careful to cover themselves concerning the lack of clarity in the original story. So why then were they so quick to accept Palestinian casualty figures from virtually the same unreliable sources?
  • Is this latest reporting a sign that some media have, without publicly acknowledging previous errors, accepted that a little skepticism of Palestinian sources is in order?
Al-Dura Revisited?
In the past, so many initial and unsubstantiated news reports have turned into libels that have caused immense damage to Israel’s image. Many of these, including the case of Muhammad al-Dura, are covered in our interactive Big Lies presentation.
It was some time before it was conclusively proved that al-Dura’s apparent death was not caused by Israeli bullets. In the meantime, he became the poster child for the wave of Palestinian violence and terror and the international anti-Israel demonization campaign.
What if Muhammad Al-Farmawi had not turned up alive only days after his reported death? This story illustrates just how easy it is to pin the blame on Israel and to create negative and damaging headlines.
We hope that the media have learned a valuable lesson from this incident.

Friday, June 10, 2011

טובה מאוד! ערבי טיפש

זבל אנוש

American-Jew in J/slem with the Leftists and Arab israeli's protesting

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Khaibar, Khaibar, O Jews.
The Army of Muhammad will return
Khaibar, Khaibar, O Jews.
The Army of Muhammad will return
Khaibar, Khaibar, O Jews.
The Army of Muhammad will return
Khaibar, Khaibar, O Jews.
The Army of Muhammad will return
Hey hey hey, hey hey hey.
Khaibar, Khaibar, O Jews.
The Army of Muhammad will return
Khaibar, Khaibar, O Jews.
The Army of Muhammad will return
Khaibar, Khaibar, O Jews.
The Army of Muhammad will return
Khaibar, Khaibar, O Jews.
The Army of Muhammad will return
We will crawl and fight.
With our blood, we will fight.
We will crawl and fight.
With our blood we will fight.

The real face of Islam

Friday, May 27, 2011

The 1987 Intifada


                                                      
 
                                                   The 1987 Intifada

Many think that the first intifada, in 1987, was a ‘spontaneous event’. (Indeed many think that about the following intifadas.) If it was spontaneous, then that spontaneity required a lot of organisation! And that organisation was primarily supplied by Hamas. And it is far fr...om being the case that Hamas has actually denied this. Hamas’s Ibrahim al-Quqa has said that it was the

‘decision of the Islamic Resistance Movement (Hamas), which set the precise zero-hour in the sanctuaries of the mosques.’

The leader of Hamas at that time (1987), Sheikh Yasin, also claimed that Hamas helped set off the intifada and that it was Hamas that led and controlled it thereafter. More specifically and Islamically, as it were, the intifada basically began in the mosques of the West Bank and Gaza. These mosques worked as a rallying point for militants and ordinary Muslims as well as the launch pads for demonstrations and other intifada activities. Hamas thus utterly transformed the mosques into centres for Islamic learning as well as the places for all political organisation.

The timing of the jihad, and therefore the first intifada, also proved to be a problem for Hamas and Yasin. They debated about whether or not it should begin after Palestinian society was fully Islamised or before that. Yasin decided that it should begin after the full Islamisation of Palestine. That explains the Muslim Brotherhood’s, and therefore Hamas’s, quiescence in the early days. That is also why the Israelis took Hamas to be a thoroughly religious group with no political aspirations and no interest in political violence. The Israelis were wrong in big way. Hamas was simply preparing the ground for jihad and therefore for the 1987 intifada.

Part of Hamas’s Islamisation project was the propagation of the position that those Muslims who were silent about the occupation of Palestine were actually committing an Islamic sin. That is because Islam requires that every Muslim must engage in ‘holy war’. (And for those who care to look, this Islamic imperative is indeed there in the Koran.) It followed that if certain Muslims failed to act, or to become jihadists, they would be committing ‘fatal treason’. And treason is, of course, punishable by death. Not only that, Hamas stated that if any ‘philosophy’ was seen to be justifying submission to the Israelis (or to any non-Muslims), or encouraging Muslims not to ‘sacrifice their souls’, then it would be seen as an ‘heretical’ philosophy to be immediately stamped out. And every such philosophy was indeed stamped out by Hamas.

More concretely and specifically, Hamas got to work on producing, as well as distributing, thousands of leaflets. All these leaflets began with passages from the Koran and included within them other such Koranic passages. They also contained accounts of various episodes in Islamic history. As for graffiti. The following is a small sample of the graffiti which could be seen before, during and after the 1987 intifada:

“Our land is Islamic, this is the identity.’
‘Islam is the way to return.’
‘Islam is the solution.’
‘Khaibar, Khaibar, O Jews, Muhammad’s army will return.’
‘The land of Palestine is an Islamic waqf, Islamic law forbids its abandonment or bargaining over it.’
‘The destruction of Israel is a Koranic imperative.’
‘There is no solution except by the Koran.’
‘The Koran is the sole legitimate representative of the Palestinian people.’

So the 1987 intifada was a thoroughly Islamic event, as it were. At the very least, it certainly began in the mosques. As Hamas leader, Dr. ‘Abd-al-‘Aziz, put it. The intifada began

‘with one fixed outcry, allahu akbar [God is great], and took off from the mosques, where the Koran was being read, and the Islamic songs sung, and the people provided with guidance…’

Not only was the 1987 intifada utterly Islamic in nature, it was also only a small part of the larger jihad. That jihad had known many conflicts and battles over the centuries. The 1987 intifada was just another ‘phase’ in this ‘eternal jihad’. It was only one mechanism to mobilise the masses into the spirit of Islamic jihad. In effect, the fight against Israel was, and still is, only one part of the Islamic battle against all non-Muslims and all non-Muslim states. (Another part is the re-conquest of Andalusia – Spain.) In other words, the intifada was, and was seen as, only one form of jihad which was itself was a preparation for the later jihads which would then be fully armed.

Apart from the war against Israel, which is Islamic, and the various forms of jihad that war takes, what about the Islamic nature, as it were, of the Islamic soldiers themselves? They too were to be thoroughly Islamised by Hamas. As one commentator put it:

‘The fundamentalist groups offered a special kind of activism that combined patriotism with moral purity and social action with the promise of divine grace. Sheikh Yasin offered the young Palestinian something far beyond Arafat’s ken: not just the redemption of the homeland, but the salvation of his own troubled soul.

Police, leftists clash in east J'lem


YTNEWS-Some 150 left-wing activists from the Sheikh Jarrah Solidarity group on Friday protested across the new Jewish neighborhood of Ma'ale HaZeitim, built on the outskirts of Ras al-Amud in east Jerusalem.


During the demonstration, a violent clash erupted between police forces and the protesters, who blocked the entrance to the neighborhood. Police officers responded with use of force and stun guns.


Six protesters were arrested during the incident, and the organizers claimed several activists were injured, one needing medical treatment.



Watch clashes in Ras al-Amud

The police stated in response that its officers used reasonable force against the rioting protesters.


Meanwhile, at another location in the neighborhood, near the mosque, residents hurled stones at a police force. No injuries were reported.


Asaf Sharon from Sheikh Jarrah Solidarity claimed that the police used extremely violent force against the protesters, adding that police officers used stun guns for the first time, although there was no provocation on the part of the protesters.


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"We held a protest rally against the settlement two days after the settlers themselves held a mass event, during which they blocked access roads without police intervention," he said.


Sharon noted that one of the injured protesters, who was also arrested by the police, is among the movement's leaders. "We have a total of 10 injured, two of which were wounded by the stun gun," he said, adding that "one of them needed medical treatment."

Saturday, May 14, 2011

Social Media's Sticky Role In Anti-Israel Uprisings

 BY Neal UngerleiderFri May 13, 2011
After a page calling for a mass march by Palestinians on the borders of Israel on May 15 was taken offline by Facebook, mirror sites with more than 3.5 million followers sprung up. Now Egyptians are preparing to march on Gaza and the Israeli military is threatening to crush protests. Will the so-called "Facebook Intifada" tip the Middle East into further turmoil?
Palestinian protesters
Anti-Israel demonstrations and riots have broken out across the Middle East, leading up to the May 14 anniversary of the creation of Israel. Massive demonstrations calling for the annulment of Egypt and Jordan's peace treaties with Israel took place in Amman and Cairo, while riots have already struck Jerusalem, the West Bank and the Gaza Strip at press time. A Facebook page calling for a third Palestinian intifada, or revolt against Israel, to take place on May 15, has gone viral. Several Palestinian politicians already granted tentative support to the idea of a new intifada. Will the next great Middle Eastern revolt, yet again, be driven by social media?
This past March, an Arabic-language Facebook page titled “Third Palestinian Intifada” began amassing hundreds of thousands of followers. The page called for a mass march by Palestinian refugees from the 1948 and 1967 wars and their descendants on the borders of Israel, Gaza, and the West Bank on May 15, with unspecified actions to take place afterwards. May 15 is Nakba Day, an annual day of commemoration for Palestinians who lost their homes in the ethnic warfare that followed the British withdrawal from Palestine. While the page's (anonymous) moderators initially deleted posts urging violence and bloodshed, the flood of posting to the page's wall eventually began to include a large number of messages and videos urging for the killing of both Israelis and Jews in general.
The march appears to be beginning to take place at press time--Egyptian authorities have started stockpiling emergency supplies in Sinai in preparation for a “Million Man March” that is expected to take place on May 15 from Cairo on the Egypt-Gaza border.

[Image: Pro-Palestinian Protest in Takhrir Square, Cairo on May 13 via Twitter user @hany2m]
On March 29, when the “Third Palestinian Intifada” page reached 340,000 followers, Facebook took the page offline following calls from the Anti-Defamation League (ADL) and a letter to Mark Zuckerberg from Israeli Public Diplomacy and Diaspora Affairs Minister Yuli Edelstein. In the letter, Edelstein claimed “there are posted many remarks and movie clips which call for the killing of Israelis and Jews and the 'liberating' of Jerusalem and of Palestine through acts of violence.” Fast Company also reported on a $1 billion lawsuit filed against Zuckerberg by Larry Klayman, a Jewish-American lawyer who argued that his life was put at risk by Facebook not taking down the page quickly enough.
According to Abraham Foxman, National Director of the ADL, his organization “called on Facebook to remove the page calling for a Third Intifada out of a very real concern that this was a call to violent action against Israel and Jews. The Third Intifada Facebook page on Facebook explicitly called for followers to build on the previous Intifada. The Second Palestinian Intifada, from 2000 through 2008, was responsible for thousands of casualties and deaths through a campaign of terrorism against Israel that included suicide bombings of restaurants, buses, dance clubs and cafes.”
However, pro-Palestinian activists quickly began putting mirrors of the page online on Facebook and elsewhere. The largest of these is the pan-Muslim Rassoul Allah page on Facebook, which has a staggering 3.5 million followers. The latest Arabic-language poll posted to the site as of press time asks participants if they are “ready for martyrdom for the liberation of Palestine and the al-Aqsa Mosque.” Another prominent mirrior, 3rdintifada.com, also started social media presences on Twitter and YouTube.

As much as pundits such as Malcolm Gladwell argue that social media does not spur revolutionary movements in the Middle East or elsewhere, facts on the ground indicate otherwise. Journalist David Wolman wrote extensively for The Atavist on how social media spurred the Egyptian revolution and the widespread use of Facebook, Twitter, and YouTube across the Middle East has been extensively documented. Social media allows the individual revolutionary to efficiently smuggle out essential information, gain safety in numbers, to propagandize their cause, and gain access to a worldwide circle of sympathy--this is something that television and landline telephones simply cannot do. For activists, social media has been the most important technological innovation since the printing press for disseminating ideas.
But while the page was taken down, it acquired a new life both on- and offline. High-ranking officials in Fatah, the ruling faction of the West Bank, have implied some level of support for the “Facebook Intifada.”
In an interview with Israeli Army Radio, Fatah Central Committee member Ahmad Zaki claimed that the Palestinian Authority “could not silence the Palestinian street after it saw the achievements of other people” when asked directly if a new intifada could begin on May 15. Abu Ammar, Fatah's head in the Gaza Strip, also told Palestinian newspaper al-Hayat al-Jadida that unspecified “joint central activities” were being planned between Hamas and Fatah that included “all national and Islamic forces.” However, other prominent Fatah officials have gone on record as being opposed to the May 15 plans.

Meanwhile, Hamas has stayed suspiciously mum on the issue of the “Facebook Intifada” even through a mass march on Gaza from Egypt appears to be under way. However, Hamas' Iranian financial backers have enthusiastically supported the idea of resuming hostilities against Israel on May 15. Iranian-funded television news network Press TV has formally announced May 15 as the beginning of a new intifada and Iranian Intelligence Minister Heidar Moslehi has previously announced his country's plans to support a social media-generated intifada against Israel as far back as 2010. Moslehi was one of the key figures in the brutal persecution of Iranian demonstrators following the contested 2009 election.
But despite Iranian enthusiasm for the plan, all the evidence points to talk of a Third Intifada on social media being a genuinely grassroots project not controlled by either Fatah, Hamas, or foreign backers.
The participants in eager conversations on Facebook, Twitter, and YouTube tend to be young diaspora Palestinians and fellow Arabs or Muslims who have adopted the Palestinian cause as their own. Large numbers of Egyptians, moved by the suffering of civilians in Gaza and enmity toward their Israeli arch enemies, are gearing up to march on the border. However, journalists currently working on the ground in the West Bank and Gaza argue that residents there are skeptical of a new intifada.
All said though, the Middle East is one of the most war- and strife-blessed regions this side of the Balkans. The tinderbox of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict could catch fire at any time; gossip of a third intifada this weekend and an Israeli decision to crush any potential upcoming protests .If the massive changes in Egypt, Tunisia, Bahrain, Syria, Libya, and elsewhere have taught us anything this year, it is that the conventional wisdom cannot predict a single thing.

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3rd intafada demonstartions Cairo Third Intifada demonstrations  - Noor Mosque in Cairo (5-13-2011) What they are saying is "Khaibar, Khaibar, O Jews.
The Army of Muhammad will return
Khaibar, Khaibar, O Jews.
The Army of Muhammad will return
Khaibar, Khaibar, O Jews.
The Army of Muhammad will return
Khaibar, Khaibar, O Jews.
The Army of Muhammad will return
Hey hey hey, hey hey hey.
Khaibar, Khaibar, O Jews.
The Army of Muhammad will return
Khaibar, Khaibar, O Jews.
The Army of Muhammad will return
Khaibar, Khaibar, O Jews.
The Army of Muhammad will return
Khaibar, Khaibar, O Jews.
The Army of Muhammad will return
We will crawl and fight.
With our blood, we will fight.
We will crawl and fight.
With our blood we will fight.

                                          Anti-Israel Demonstrations by Egytians