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by ICAThere's a reason why so many Nazis converted to Islam. There's no place like home, there's no place like home, there's no place like home ...By Dr. Inna Rogatchi, INN (Op-Ed) - "The wave of anti-Israel and anti-Semitic hatred has sprung all over Europe readily seizing the pretext of the completely justified Israeli military operation in Gaza. Mass demonstrations in London and the other cities of the United Kingdom, violent riots in Paris, ‘Kristallnacht’-style attacks on synagogues in France, Ireland and Poland, public hate preaches of imam calling for the death ‘the Jews until the last one’ in Berlin, abrasive threats to Jewish people in Denmark and Sweden; all this amassing daily. The things are better in the USA, but there a well Jewish people are threatened because of their national origin ( in Chicago) and where many anti-Israel and anti-Semitic demonstrations have been snow-balling. As occurred numerous times before, Israel, under non-stop missile attacks by Hamas is presented as a ..." Read more.
Monday, 28 July 2014
"MASSIVE TERRORIST INVASION OF ISRAEL THWARTED BY THE IDF" PLUS LOTS MORE CUTTING EDGE STUFF FROM THE EVER IMPRESSIVE DR JOHN McTERNAN.
New post on John McTernan's Insights
Sunday, 27 July 2014
New post on Now The End Begins
by NTEB News Desk
"Are we seeing the end of Christianity in Iraq? It looks as though the end could be very near."Barack Obama has long known about the threat posed by ISIS to Iraq's Christian population, and that is precisely why he refuses to life a finger to stop the killings and the persecution. Obama was raised as a Sunni Muslim, and his allegiance is with ISIS who also are Sunni Muslim. He could have very easily change the course of current events with a few well -timed air strikes as ISIS was gathering speed a few months ago. But he did nothing to help Iraq's Christians. Now they are nearly all dead or in the processing of fleeing for their life.Shame on you, Barack Hussein Obama. May the shed blood by the hands of ISIS of our Iraqi brothers and sisters in Jesus Christ be upon you for doing nothing when you could have done something. We are ashamed that you are our president.The vicar of the only Anglican church in Iraq has warned the end for Christians in the country appears “very near” as he appealed for helpafter a deadline set by Islamic militants to convert or be killed expired.Canon Andrew White, dubbed "the bishop of Baghdad" for his work at St George's church in the capital, spoke after the ultimatum handed to Christians in the northern city of Mosul by the Islamic State of Iraq Levant (Isis) to convert, pay a tax or be put to death passed last week.For those Christians who did not comply with the decree by 19 July, Isis warned that "there is nothing to give them but the sword.” Many have since fled their homes and Rev. Andrew-White told BBC Radio 4 Today desperate Christians were trapped in the desert or on the streets with nowhere to go."Things are so desperate, our people are disappearing," he said. "We have had people massacred, their heads chopped off."Are we seeing the end of Christianity? We are committed come what may, we will keep going to the end, but it looks as though the end could be very near." "The Christians are in grave danger. There are literally Christians living in the desert and on the street. They have nowhere to go," he told the programme."We do not want Britain to forget us. We - and I'm saying 'we' talking like an Iraqi Christian - have always been with the British because they have already been with us. "Individual churches, individual Christians in Britain, have been a bigger help than anybody around the world."Up to a million Christians lived in Iraq prior to the US-led invasion in 2003, with many residing in areas such as Mosul where the communities date back to the first centuries of Christianity.There are now thought to be fewer than half that number.
AN INFLUENTIAL MUSLIM SCHOLAR OFFERS TO RAISE "POWERFUL GLOBAL ISLAMIC ARMY" OF 500,000 JIHADISTS FOR "THE CALIPHATE"!
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India: Influential Muslim Scholar Offers To Raise “Powerful Global Islamic Army” Of 500,000 Jihadists For Caliphateby ICANot necessarily for the ISIS Caliphate in Syria-Iraq, but for a Saudi-created Caliphate. But what if the Saudis, instead of creating their own, decided to support -- either willingly or by force -- the ISIS Caliphate instead? Or what if the Saudi's simply declined Navdi's generous offer? Either way, I'm sure al-Baghdadi, leader of the ISIS Caliphate, would be more than happy to take him up on it, something that Navdi would certainly consider given the fact that he has already "sent fawning greetings to Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi" and even desires to see all Islamic terrorist organizations around the world unite as one global "Islamic Army." Granted, this may get nowhere, but the fact that it's even being seriously discussed speaks volumes regarding the degree to which such a virulent Islamist mentality has now metastasized throughout the Muslim world. And this should be a pressing concern for the rest of us ...Psalm 140:8, "Do not grant the wicked their desires, LORD; do not let their plans succeed."By Hasan Suroor, FirstPost - "I'm not sure if the name Maulana Syed Salman Hussaini Nadvi will ring a bell in many places. My own first reaction when I heard it was 'Nadvi, who?' But apparently he is a big cheese in Islamic circles... So, what he says matters and carries weight. It is important to stress this because what he has done has shocked even conservative Muslims. Nadvi has written a long and passionate letter (in Arabic!) to the ..." Read more.
New post on Now The End Begins
by NTEB News Desk
An Israeli envoy says it's become like the dark days of 1938Travelling by tram through Paris, a boy heads back from school with his sister when a group of teenagers spots that he is wearing a Star of David pendant. They surround the pair and start shouting: ‘Dirty Jews — you have too much money, too much power, you should get out of France.’Terrified and shaken, by the time Eden, 16, and his sister Elie, 12, get back home they are still in tears. For Doctor David Tibi, their father, the incident was the final straw. And so it is that in the next few days, he and his family will pack their bags, leave France for good and move to Israel.‘I have spent all my life in France and it is has been a wonderful life,’ said Dr Tibi, a 44-year-old dentist whose wife, Melanie, is a medical doctor, and with whom he has five children in all. ‘We have done well professionally and have the kids at good schools, but the truth is we have had enough.‘This is about survival. When your kids have to go to schools with armed guards at the gates and when they are abused in public, the situation is out of control.’Events have taken a turn for the worse after violent clashes between pro-Palestinian Arabs and Jews in Paris. Tensions have been inflamed by the military action in the Middle East, where the Israeli shelling of Gaza — in response to the abduction and murder of three Israeli teenagers — is being answered with rockets fired by the Arab group Hamas.An anti-Israel demonstration at the French capital’s Bastille Square turned violent after protesters attacked a synagogue, trapping scores of people inside as police fought to protect them.In response, 150 Jewish men were seen marching through Paris armed with iron bars seeking to confront pro-Palestinian groups. Then, a mob of Muslim youths reportedly shouting ‘Death to Jews’ and ‘Slit Jews’ throats’ ransacked and burned down a chemist owned by a Jewish family, as well as a kosher supermarket.In Germany, meanwhile, Israeli ambassador Yakov Hadas-Handelsman has protested after one of his countrymen was abused by anti-Semitic thugs. He said: ‘They pursue the Jews in the streets of Berlin as if we were in 1938.’In Essen, 14 people were arrested on suspicion of planning an attack on the historic Old Synagogue — the largest surviving example of pre-war Jewish culture in Germany — and the imam of a Berlin mosque allegedly called on Muslims to murder ‘Zionist Jews’.Such has been the concern about anti-Semitism in France that last year the number of French Jews relocating to Israel exceeded those from America, despite the fact that America’s Jewish population is ten times larger than France’s. source - Daily Mail UK
Saturday, 26 July 2014
A Thank You Letter From Hamas to the Media
Noah Beck is the author of The Last Israelis, a doomsday thriller about the Iranian nuclear threat and current geopolitical issues in the Middle East.
You’ve been awesome! Everyone knows that we start unwinnable wars with Israel because the real victory happens when you predictably side with us each time. And you’ve been so supportive of our strategy that we really want to acknowledge your helpfulness. In particular, we thank you for:
-Focusing so much more on our suffering than anyone else’s. Nigerians must die in far greater numbers before you take notice, so we’re glad that you value our lives so much more.
-Minimizing your coverage, if any, of our attacks that led up to Israel’s military response and generally providing so little context that outsiders think that Israelis kill Palestinians just for fun. We’re especially grateful to the French media for this. Their distortions of the conflict are so one-sided that they incite Muslims across France to attack Jews and synagogues, and that is welcomed by our anti-Semitic worldview (although, unfortunately, such attacks remind everyone why Jews need a state).
-Emphasizing our civilian death toll without explaining that (1) our casualty reports are hasty and inflated, and (2) we maximize that total by using Palestinians to shield our weapons and by urging them to stay in the very areas that the IDF — in its annoying effort to minimize our civilian deaths — warns Gazans to evacuate.
-Never mentioning the fact that if we could kill millions of Israelis, we would (after all, our charter calls for Israel’s destruction). Just as the 9/11 hijackers made the most of what they had but would have liked to kill far more Americans (for example, with the help of WMD), we too would love to kill far more Israelis. Indeed, we have purposely targeted Israel’s nuclear reactor on several occasions, with that very goal in mind. Fortunately, you never highlight the genocidal intent behind our attacks when mentioning Israel’s “disproportionate” response.
-Never calling us jihadists even though we persecute Christians (like the ISIS, which just compelled Mosul’s Christians to convert to Islam). The forced conversion, expulsion, or murder of Christians and other religious minorities by Islamists has been happening for millennia, as assiduously documented in Crucified Again, but such historical context is thankfully absent from your reporting on our conflict with Israel.
-Downplaying how bad we are for Gazans by not reporting on, for example, our attack on the very Israeli power station that provides electricity to 70,000 Gazans. Thankfully, you also ignored how the Israelis — in their stupid display of goodwill — exposed their workers to the perils of our rockets so that they could restore power to Gaza.
-Minimally reporting on our corruption, unfair wealth, or vast expenditures on tunnels to attack Israel while ordinary Palestinians grew poorer.
-Overlooking how — to maximize Palestinian deaths — we store our missiles in an UNWRA-run school and how, when UNWRA finds out, they just hand us back our missiles.
-Disregarding Arabs who have the courage to critique us — like Dr. Tawfik Hamid, an Islamist-turned-reformer who blames Palestinian suffering entirely on us.
-Ignoring Israelis’ humanitarian folly in providing medical aid to the very terrorists trying to kill them.
-Failing to acknowledge Israel’s immense restraint. Had we been fighting Syria’s Assad regime, by now Gaza would have been flattened — devastated by barrel bombs, poison gas, and other attacks that are far more indiscriminate than Israel’s intelligence-directed strikes. And of course, if Syria were killing us, you’d hardly care. But luckily, we’re dealing with Israel — that country that everyone loves to hate — so we can count on your helpful coverage here.
-Omitting how Israel chose to sacrifice dozens of IDF soldiers when destroying our tunnels and weapons in densely populated areas like Shejaiya because doing so with airstrikes (which risks no soldiers) would have killed many thousands of Palestinians. Your friendly omission of such crucial facts reminds us of how wonderfully you covered Jenin in 2002, when (again) — rather than praise Israel’s humane but costly decision to use ground troops rather than airstrikes – you very helpfully and falsely accused Israel of a massacre during another IDF operation to stop Palestinian terrorist attacks on Israeli civilians.
-Not sharing with your English readers what we openly say in Arabic: that we view any truce as just an opportunity to rearm for our next war against Israel (as our spokesman, Musheer Al Masri, recently declared on TV).
-Not underscoring that Israel can do nothing to make peace with us (after all, Israelis ended their occupation of Gaza in 2005 and we’ve been rocketing them ever since). It’s a bit nervy of Israel to use its border controls to limit our ability to rearm and rebuild cross-border attack tunnels, but — with your help — maybe the next cease-fire will remove Israel’s blockade so that we can more easily replenish our weapons and restore our tunnels for our next attack. And yes, we’re embarrassed that our fellow Arab Muslims in Egypt also choose to blockade us because of the problems that we’ve caused them.
-Not reminding readers, when you mention potential truce arrangements, that world powers are no more capable of ensuring a demilitarized Gaza than they were capable of disarming Hezbollah in south Lebanon.
Seriously, you’ve been AMAZING. Please keep it up!