And those people on their knees, with their heads covered and hands tied behind their backs are unfortunate citizens of Gaza. These are their final moments of life as they are soon to be victims of the Hamas judicial system.
Hamas, who labels them as “collaborators” in order to justify their humiliation and slaughter, will try to relabel them as innocent civilians, perhaps even as children killed by Israel when it comes time to give their daily body count.
Don’t let them fool you.
The top 4 Hamas generals have been eliminated by Israel in one hit! The world just became a better place!
Stand With Us is a great resource. They have lots of information on their website, and everything is also available as hard copies. If there is a chapter near your college, contact them. If there is a ZOA chapter nearby they may also be helpful. You should check out your school’s Hillel, but be aware that some chapters have become so “enlightened” that they’ve abandoned their purpose for political correctness. Check out Campus Watch.
If you feel that you’re being demeaned or harassed because of your beliefs, and your school’s administration isn’t taking it as seriously as they would harassment of any other minority, contact FIRE.
Be careful in engaging Israel-haters. They do get violent sometimes.
If anyone asks, this is the best description that describes the difference between Hamas and Abbas’ Fatah party!
In Europe and in the United States, we have witnessed demonstrations over the tragic deaths of Palestinians who have been used as human shields by Hamas, the terrorist organization that controls Gaza. The United Nations has held inquiries and focuses its anger on Israel for defending itself against that same terrorist organization. But the barbarous slaughter of thousands upon thousands of Christians is met with relative indifference.
The Middle East and parts of central Africa are losing entire Christian communities that have lived in peace for centuries. The terrorist group Boko Haram has kidnapped and killed hundreds of Christians this year — ravaging the predominantly Christian town of Gwoza, in Borno State in northeastern Nigeria, two weeks ago. Half a million Christian Arabs have been driven out of Syria during the three-plus years of civil war there. Christians have been persecuted and killed in countries from Lebanon to Sudan.
Historians may look back at this period and wonder if people had lost their bearings. Few reporters have traveled to Iraq to bear witness to the Nazi-like wave of terror that is rolling across that country. The United Nations has been mostly mum. World leaders seem to be consumed with other matters in this strange summer of 2014. There are no flotillas traveling to Syria or Iraq. And the beautiful celebrities and aging rock stars — why doesn’t the slaughter of Christians seem to activate their social antennas?
“Before this I just thought Students for Justice in Palestine was crazy but I didn’t know it would lead to violence.”
A Jewish student on the campus of Temple University was assaulted on Wednesday afternoon and called “kike” and “baby killer” by members of the anti-Semitic student group Students for Justice in Palestine (SJP). Daniel Vessal, a Camera on Campus fellow and a member of the Jewish fraternity AEPi, was punched in the face by a violent member of the anti-Israel organization SJP at “Templefest” which is organized for students on campus to gain new information about campus clubs a week before the start of classes. Vessal is a managing information systems major at the Fox School of Business at the university.
“I’m walking down Polett Walk, one of the main walkways through Temple University and I see the SJP table,” Vessal told TruthRevolt from a local area hospital. “I go up to them and I really just wanted to see what angle they were coming from. I went up to the table and started talking to them. I said, ‘listen, you shouldn’t be protesting Israel- if anything protest the terrorists.’”
“This one girl sitting at the end of the table was just laughing and laughing at me,” he explained “As she was laughing at me, people at the table were calling me a ‘baby killer,’ I said when she stops then maybe we could have a genuinely peaceful conversation.”
“And then this kid just rocks me in the face as hard as he can. My glasses flew off. After a two-second blur I had no clue what had happened. I couldn’t believe the kid actually hit me,” said Vessal who added that he needs to obtain a new pair of glasses due to the extensive damage.
“When the police came over and were filing the report the kids at the table were screaming ‘You Zionist pig, you racist, that’s what you get,’” Vessal explained. “If anything, I thought they would be apologetic for someone in their organization doing something like that.”
It would be wrong to dismiss this argument out of hand. Can Obama fairly be blamed for the quarter-century of misgovernance in Kiev that created conditions in which Russian separatists in Crimea and Donetsk would flourish? Was there anything he could realistically have done to prevent Hosni Mubarak’s ouster, or to steer Egyptian politics in the tumultuous years that followed? Is it his fault that Iraqi Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki pursued vendettas against Iraq’s Sunni leaders, creating the political conditions for al-Qaeda’s resurgence, or that Hamid Karzai has proved to be such a disappointing leader for Afghanistan? If the price of better relations with Pakistan was ending the program of drone strikes, was that a price worth paying?
Then again, every president confronts his share of apparently intractable dilemmas. The test of a successful presidency is whether it can avoid being trapped and defined by them. Did Obama inherit anything worse than what Franklin Roosevelt got from Herbert Hoover (the Great Depression) or Richard Nixon from Lyndon Johnson (the war in Vietnam and the social meltdown of the late ’60s) or Ronald Reagan from Jimmy Carter (stagflation, the ayatollahs, the Soviet Union on the march)?
If anything, the international situation Obama faced when he assumed the presidency was, in many respects, relatively auspicious. Despite the financial crisis and the recession that followed, never since John F. Kennedy has an American president assumed high office with so much global goodwill. The war in Iraq, which had done so much to bedevil Bush’s presidency, had been won thanks to a military strategy Obama had, as a senator, flatly opposed. For the war in Afghanistan, there was broad bipartisan support for large troop increases. Not even six months into his presidency, Obama was handed a potential strategic game changer when a stolen election in Iran led to a massive popular uprising that, had it succeeded, could have simultaneously ended the Islamic Republic and resolved the nuclear crisis. He was handed another would-be game changer in early 2011, when the initially peaceful uprising in Syria offered an opportunity, at relatively little cost to the U.S., to depose an anti-American dictator and sever the main link between Iran and its terrorist proxies in Lebanon and Gaza.
Incredibly, Obama squandered every single one of these opportunities. An early and telling turning point came in 2009, when, as part of the Russian reset, the administration abruptly cancelled plans—laboriously negotiated by the Bush administration, and agreed to at considerable political risk by governments in Warsaw and Prague—to deploy ballistic-missile defenses to Poland and the Czech Republic. “We heard through the media,” was how Witold Waszczykowski, the deputy head of Poland’s national-security team, described the administration’s consultation process. Adding unwitting insult to gratuitous injury, the announcement came on the 70th anniversary of the Nazi-Soviet pact, a stark reminder that Poland could never entrust its security to the guarantees of great powers.
Since then, although there’s still a lot of anti-Semitism in this land, I’ve seldom run into it face-to-face. But I learned back then, growing up an outsider — as I still largely am — that there’s always plentiful anti-Semitism. So I’m not shocked at its survival now not only among Muslims (and not all Muslims, by any means, are anti-Semitic), but among Europeans and Americans of many different backgrounds.
It’s like undying racism right here.
Reacting to the Jew hatred in the home of the Holocaust, “Germany’s chancellor, Angela Merkel, calls it ‘an attack on freedom and tolerance and our democratic state,’” reports Henley.
But, he adds, growing European anti-Semitism is becoming more evident “according to a 2013 study by the Technical University of Berlin. In 14,000 hate-mail letters, emails and faxes sent over 10 years to the Israeli embassy in Berlin and the Central Council of Jews in Germany, Professor Monika Shwarz-Friesel found that 60 percent were written by educated, middle-class Germans, including professors, lawyers, priests and university and secondary school students. Most, too, were unafraid to give their names and addresses …”
Let’s be very clear about something: there were Christians in the Middle East long before a fella named Mohammad came onto the scene and started a new belief system called Islam. The Assyrian, Chaldean, and Coptic communities are thousands of years old — and Judaism predates the Christian communities. Islam was not introduced until approximately 610 AD and because of the Roman persecution in Judea causing the diaspora, many Jewish tribes resided in the Arabian peninsula, now known as Saudi Arabia. As well, one of the largest Arabic Jewish communities is the Yemeni Jews — study their history and escape to Israel.
History does not lie, but of course the proponents of revisionist history do. And that is why I find it absurd to hear Muslims speak of their land “being occupied” in the Middle East. Palestine is a region, not a people, never has been. But due to the shrewd propaganda of terrorists such as Yasser Arafat, the word Palestine all of a sudden was redefined all for a political design.
Now, doing his part in revisionist history, Barack Hussein Obama claims we should all just move along, all is fine on Mt. Sinjar. We don’t need to overreact. Well, I prefer to listen to someone who knows the situation in the Middle East — a Coptic Christian Bishop.
Read more at http://allenbwest.com/2014/08/coptic-bishop-witnessing-heinous-cleansing-entire-christian-population-middle-east/#AeJtDBSyhJj231jI.99
Epstein went on the American college lecture circuit, where she compared the Holocaust to Palestinians being checked for bombs at Israeli security checkpoints. She showed pictures of Jews in death camps next to images of the checkpoints. Yup, the Nazis gassing Jews to death in the ovens of Auschwitz is exactly the same as Israel trying to protect itself and its citizens from terrorist bombings. Did you know that when you go to the airport or a federal building, it’s exactly the same as being in Treblinka or Majdanek? Hedy Epstein makes the wrong comparisons. Israel is nothing like the Nazis. But Hedy Epstein has a LOT in common with Josef Goebbels.
She’s gone on hunger strikes “for Gaza.” Sadly, she resumed eating and is still with us.
Epstein is reportedly very wealthy and has also reportedly given a lot of money to Islamic terrorist causes. But, for some reason, she seems to be hands off. If the FBI Joint Terrorism Task Force had any guts or common sense, it would be investigating her and her finances.
But it doesn’t and it won’t.
And, so, Hedy Epstein continues to be free to lie about her connection with the Holocaust–again, she is NOT a Holocaust survivor–and use the memories of the six million who were murdered to further her anti-Semitic, crackpot activities, the latest of which is the violent vagrant parade in Ferguson.
IVANPAH DRY LAKE, Calif. (AP) — Workers at a state-of-the-art solar plant in the Mojave Desert have a name for birds that fly through the plant’s concentrated sun rays — “streamers,” for the smoke plume that comes from birds that ignite in midair.
Federal wildlife investigators who visited the BrightSource Energy plant last year and watched as birds burned and fell, reporting an average of one “streamer” every two minutes, are urging California officials to halt the operator’s application to build a still-bigger version.
The investigators want the halt until the full extent of the deaths can be assessed. Estimates per year now range from a low of about a thousand by BrightSource to 28,000 by an expert for the Center for Biological Diversity environmental group.
The deaths are “alarming. It’s hard to say whether that’s the location or the technology,” said Garry George, renewable-energy director for the California chapter of the Audubon Society. “There needs to be some caution.”
The bird kills mark the latest instance in which the quest for clean energy sometimes has inadvertent environmental harm. Solar farms have been criticized for their impacts on desert tortoises, and wind farms have killed birds, including numerous raptors.