Archive for the 'Palestine Israel Conflict' Category

  1. Lattes and Beach Barbecues in the “biggest prison camp” in the world

    Thursday, October 21st, 2010

    “Can anyone think of a siege in human history where the shops of the besieged city have been full of Snickers bars and Chinese motorbikes, and where EU and other foreign aid projects pour streams of cash (often yours) into the pockets of thousands?”

  2. French court rips al-Dura film

    Saturday, August 14th, 2010

    “The original France 2 report claimed that al-Dura was killed by Israeli gunfire, but a subsequent investigation by Israel and additional footage that showed al-Dura lifting his head and opening his eyes after being pronounced dead raised huge doubts about its validity.”

  3. Hamas injustices inflicted
    on Palestinians

    Friday, August 13th, 2010

    “Palestinian refugees are treated like third class non-citizens. Even those born in Lebanon are not allowed to own property and are banned from many professions. Palestinians are not allowed to work as journalists or doctors or lawyers or any of 50 professions. And yet, those who sound as if they spend sleepless nights suffering for their Palestinian brethren remain curiously quiet about these terrible, inexcusable injustices.”

  4. Iran’s descent into barbarism

    Wednesday, August 11th, 2010

    “Why is there an Iranian embassy in the middle of London? Does its presence not silently condone this continuing barbarity against women? Where are the women’s groups to protest Western interactions with a country that can mutilate females in the most monstrous ways?”

  5. Cameron Badmouths Israel,
    Sucks Up to India

    Tuesday, August 3rd, 2010

    “Abuses against dalits take many forms. They include (but are not limited to): • Beatings, slashing, and other forms of torture • Arson — the burning of dalit communities” • Violence against women • Rape, gang rape, and the parading of women through the streets naked • Beating and torture of women • Summary execution, many times by burning alive • Bonded labor • Denial of rights • Police abuses against dalits, custodial abuse.

  6. Treading through the baloney

    Monday, July 5th, 2010

    “Let’s be clear here. If you deal with Hamas, Hizbullah and Syria, you are dealing with thugs and murderers. Sometimes you do have to deal with thugs and murderers, but never forget that reality. And one thing you have to remember is that such people aren’t going to make deals with you, keep their promises, become moderate or respect your interests no matter how much you bribe or bow to them.” Prof. Barry Rubin

  7. Thursday, June 24th, 2010
  8. Israel’s Naval Blockade of Gaza Is Legal, Necessary

    Tuesday, June 15th, 2010

    By Dore Gold The continuing demand that Israel should agree to an investigation — with international involvement — of its interception of a Turkish-led flotilla to Gaza last week presupposes that Israel did something fundamentally wrong. At the United Nations, the Security Council issued a presidential statement which lent its political weight to calls for […]

  9. One Nation’s Capital Throughout History

    Friday, May 14th, 2010

    Although Islamic dynasties controlled Jerusalem for some 1,300 years, they never once made it the capital of an Arab state. Even Jordan, which controlled part of the city for 19 years, until 1967, refrained from making it its capital. Furthermore, Jerusalem is never mentioned in the Quran, Islam’s most holy book.

  10. What will Arabs do if they don’t sell their oil?

    Friday, May 7th, 2010

    April 6, 2010 The Editor, The Jerusalem Post. Sir, The Arabs fought us 3 times in the past 62 years and lost each time. They had three war aims. One, to push us into the sea or into mass graves. Two, to increase the size of their territories. Three to wipe Israel off the map […]

  11. Why The Arab/Israeli Conflict Remains Intractable

    Friday, May 7th, 2010

    By Dr. Alex Grobman There are many attempts to understand why the Arab/Israel conflict remains unresolved. Among the reasons advanced for this impasse are: years of suspicion, fear, feelings of injustice and stereotyping have created a psychological barrier between Israelis and Arabs.1 Negative perceptions have reduced incentives to accept peace proposals, prejudice the viability of […]

  12. Why Warren Buffet Chose Israel

    Tuesday, May 4th, 2010

    By David Soakell Amid the gunfire this tiny country, the size of Wales and with a population of just under 7.5 million, leads the world in developing and exporting green technologies that could save the planet. Ironically it is precisely because of its precarious position that such eco-inventions have flourished. Surrounded by hostile neighbors, with […]