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  1. (bismillah) Saudi Crocodile Tears Over Gaza It is tough work being the Saudi ambassador to the UK. First, you have to stir yourself into action to deny the undeniable: The Israeli attack on Gaza comes with Saudi backing. That, in itself, is demeaning. But no sooner has your wrath been righteously expressed, than a colleague contradicts you. Worse still, he's the boss's brother. What is a prince to do? In his reply to my column, Prince Mohammed bin Nawaf Al Saud wrote: "To think that Saudi Arabia, which has committed itself to supporting and protecting the rights of all Palestinians to self-determination and sovereignty would knowingly support the Israeli action is quite frankly a grotesque insult." He then admits "dealings" between the Kingdom and Israel but claims those "limited to bring about a plan for peace." Then he says: "The Palestinian people are our brothers and sisters -whether they are Muslim Arabs or Christian Arabs. Be assured we, the people and Government of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, will never ever give up on them, we will never do anything to harm them, we will do all we can to help them in their rightful claim to their own homeland and return of lands taken illegally from them." Hardly was the ink dry on this official news release, when Prince Turki al-Faisal, Bin Nawaf's predecessor as UK ambassador, former intelligence chief and the brother of the current foreign minister wrote in al-Sharq al-Awast that Hamas was to blame for firing rockets and for refusing to accept Egypt's ceasefire plan (which would have disarmed them). This is Israel's and Egypt's view too. "The Palestinian people are our brothers and sisters -whether they are Muslim Arabs or Christian Arabs. Be assured we, the people and Government of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, will never ever give up on them, we will never do anything to harm them, we will do all we can to help them in their rightful claim to their own homeland and return of lands taken illegally from them." So which is it? Does the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia support Palestinians in their resistance to the occupation? Or does it support the siege manned by Israel and Egypt, until Gaza is demilitarized? These are two clear policies -- support for the Palestinian resistance to the occupation and ending the siege of Gaza, or keeping the siege in place until all factions in Gaza are disarmed. Either Israel is engaging in genocide (strong words, Mr. Ambassador) or the resisters are terrorists who must be disarmed. Decide what it is you want the Kingdom to say. You can't say both. You can't swear allegiance to the Palestinians and give a nod and a wink to their killers. And are the kingdom's dealings with Israel really "limited to bring about a plan for peace"? You are privy to the cables, Mr. Ambassador. Tell us what passed between Prince Bandar and the Mossad director Tamir Pardo at that hotel in Aqaba in November last year. The Jordanians leaked it to an Israeli newspaper in Eilat. Were Bandar and Pardo: 1. soaking up the winter sun, 2. talking about the Arab Peace Initiative, or 3. plotting how to bomb Iran? And why are your new friends the Israelis being so loquacious? Why, to take the latest example, did Dan Gillerman, Israeli ambassador to the UN 2003-08, say at the weekend that "representatives from the Gulf states told us to finish the job in Gaza time and again." Finish the job? Killing over 1,000 Palestinians, most of them civilian. Is that what you meant when you said "we will never do anything to harm them"? The carnage in Gaza at least gives the world clear sight of the protagonists. The wonder of it is that all are American allies, three have US bases on their soil and a fourth is a member of Nato. America's problems in the Middle East are more to do with their sworn allies than their sworn enemies. On one side, stands Israel, Saudi Arabia, Egypt, United Arab Emirates and Jordan. They consider themselves the voice of reason and moderation, but their methods are violent -- the military coup in Egypt and the attack on Gaza have all happened in the space of 12 months. On the other, stands Turkey, Qatar, the Muslim Brotherhood and its affliate Hamas. We should, however, talk of governments rather people, because one reason why the government of Saudi Arabia has such an extreme position on Hamas and the Brotherhood in general, is that it knows full well that its own people don't share their view. Saudi Arabia's leading pollster Rakeen found that 95 percent out of a representative sample of 2,000 Saudis supported the continuation of the Palestinian resistance factions. Only three per cent did not. Eighty-two percent supported the firing of rockets into Israel and 14 percent opposed it. The kingdom's hatred of Islamism stems not from the fact that it presents a rival interpretation of Islam. It is that it presents to a believer, a democratic alternative. That is what really scares the monarchy. The proof of all those secret Saudi-Israeli meetings is to be seen in the behavior of Egypt. It is impossible to believe that its new president Abdel Fattah al Sisi could act towards Hamas in Gaza independently of his paymasters in Riyadh. He who pays the piper -- $5 billion after the coup, $20 billion now -- calls the tune. Sisi sees Hamas entirely through the prism of the Muslim Brotherhood he deposed last year. Hamas is villified in the lickspittle Egyptian press as the enemy of Egypt. A trickle of aid has been allowed through the border crossing at Rafah, and it is sporadically opened to a few thousand wounded Palestinians. The Israeli Army is not alone in blowing up Hamas' tunnels. The Egyptian army announced recently they had blown up 13 more, a deed which earned them the title of being "a sincere neighbor" of Israel. Sisi is content to let Hamas and Gaza take a hammering, and make no efforts to get a ceasefire. The last initiative was not even negotiated with Hamas. Mubarak made a similar miscalculation during the 2006 incursion into Lebanon, supporting an operation which he believed would cripple Hezbollah. In the end he was forced to send his son Gamal to Beirut to express Egypt's support for the Lebanese people. Both the kingdom and Sisi know that dropping the Palestinian card is a risky business. Saudi Arabia is treading a fine line. According to my sources, Netanyahu's rejection of Kerry's peace initiative over the weekend was due in part to the full support of its Arab allies. Saudi Arabia's active support is keeping this brutal war going. http://www.huffingtonpost.com/david-hearst/saudi-crocodile-tears-ove_b_5628185.html
  2. http://rt.com/news/171088-israel-gaza-operation-protective-edge/ Looks like they're at it again.
  3. Lyrics released by Al-Mayadeen can be found below: الحق سلاحي الحق سلاحي وأقاوم أنا فوق جراحي سأقاوم أنا لن أستسلم لن أرضخ وعليكِ بلادي لا أساوم بيتي هنا..أرضي هنا البحر السهل النهر لنا وكيف بوجه النار أساوم سأقاوم ******************** عدوّك يا وطني اندحر..عليك الكون ما قدِر قاوم شعبي جنون الريح..تحدّى الخوف والخطر يرحلون ونبقى..والأرض لنا ستبقى ها نحن اليوم أقوى..أقوى من كل الملاحم بيتي هنا أرضي هنا البحر السهل النهر لنا وكيف بوجه النار أسالم سأقاوم Like us: www.facebook.com/monitormideast http://www.youtube.com/user/MMEMonitorMideast Follow us: http://www.twitter.com/MonitorMideast Read us: http://www.monitormideast.com
  4. Last year I wrote an article about the geopolitical issues behind the conflict in Syria. Please read it. Why is Syria being threatened? Thank you.
  5. Head of Israeli Army: Hezbollah Seventh Military Power in the World The head of Zionist armed forces Lieutenant General Benny Gantz said that Hezbollah has become the seventh military power in the world, adding that only the US, Russia, France, Britain, China and 'Israel' posses more fire power than the party. Speaking at the Herzliya Conference, Gantz pointed out that 'Israel' has to be worried about the military experiences which Hezbollah gained from its intervention in Syria, stressing that the Israeli army has to be alert at the northern borders because Hezbollah fighters still deploy in the area. The Israeli military chief added that Hezbollah has fought in Syria at several fronts simultaneously, what threatens 'Israel' if the party accumulates and uses all these military capabilities to fight the Zionist army. Gantz considered that the developments in Syria do not serve the Zionist interests as long as President Assad rules that country. On Iran, Gantz claimed that using the military power to halt Tehran's nuclear program is "a must". http://www.almanar.com.lb/english/adetails.php?fromval=1&cid=23&frid=23&eid=155560
  6. I was reading all over the news and many new stations say that lebanon wont be able to handle another war fighting Israel and fighting in the rebels in Syria. What do you think? Is that true?
  7. Isolated and cash-strapped, Hamas has now realised they need Iran more than ever before. Is the figure $$$/month correct?
  8. Please share everywhere and with every one. For Urdu Translation, look below
  9. RT sources: Syrian rebels plan chem attack on Israel from Assad-controlled territories Published time: September 09, 2013 15:59 Edited time: September 10, 2013 12:58 http://rt.com/files/news/20/60/a0/00/syria-chemical-israel-slier-2100.mp4 A chemical attack may be launched on Israel by Syrian rebels from government-controlled territories as a "major provocation," multiple sources told RT. Follow RT's LIVE UPDATES for the latest on Syria The report comes as Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov proposed that Syria puts its chemical weapons arsenal under international control for subsequent destruction in order to prevent a possible military strike against the war-torn country. Moscow also urged Syrian authorities to join the Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons. The offer has already been passed over to Syrian Foreign Minister Walid al-Muallem, who met Lavrov in Moscow for talks on Monday. “We don’t know if Syria will accept the offer, but if imposing international control over chemical weapons stored in the country can help to avoid military strikes, we are immediately going to start working with Damascus,” Lavrov said. The Syrian Foreign Ministry has welcomed Moscow's initiative, “based on the Syrian’s government care about the lives of our people and security of our country,” Muallem said later on Monday. Meanwhile, US National Security Adviser Susan Rice made a statement saying that Damascus' alleged "use of chemical weapons against its own people" posed a threat to US national security. “The use of chemical weapons also directly threatens our closest ally in the region, Israel,” she said, speaking at the New America Foundation in Washington. The statement was made shortly after RT published a report about the possibility of a chemical provocation. A few hours earlier, US Secretary of State John Kerry said that to avoid a military operation, Syrian President Bashar Assad has a week to surrender control of “every single bit” of his stock of chemical weapons to the international community. “But he isn't about to do it and it can't be done,” he added, speaking at a media conference in London as he wrapped up his European tour in a move to garner support for the Obama-proposed “limited” strike against Syria. The US Administration has blamed the Syrian government for the alleged chemical weapons attack in the Damascus suburbs on August 21. Washington has maintained it has the intelligence to prove it, but has so far refused to make public a single piece of concrete evidence that would link the Assad regime to the deadly incident. On Sunday, the Senate Select Intelligence Committee released a series of 13 videos showing what is purported to be proof of chemical weapons use in Syria. The disturbing images of the victims of the alleged attack were earlier shown during a closed-door briefing to a group of senators, as Obama is trying to get authorization from Congress for the military strike on Syria. The administration told senators that the authenticity of the videos was verified by the intelligence community, reported CNN, which first aired the graphic material. The videos depict scenes of convulsing children, men vomiting and struggling to breathe, and also what appeared to be dozens of dead bodies wrapped up in white sheets, lying side by side. But the footage still does not provide an answer to the question of who was behind the attack. The Syrian government and the opposition forces point the finger of blame at each other. It also remains unclear as to why exactly President Assad would order a chemical attack at a time when a group of UN experts were carrying out an investigation in the country. There is proof the footage of the alleged chemical attack in Syria was fabricated, Mother Agnes Mariam el-Salib, mother superior of the St. James Monastery in Qara, Syria, told RT. She added that she plans to submit her findings to the UN. Source: http://rt.com/news/syria-rebels-chemical-attack-israel-618/
  10. Like: www.facebook.com/monitormideast Sons of Jabal Amel (English Subtitles) One of the most authoritative and powerful documentaries regarding the genesis of Hezbollah. Created by Revayat-e Fath, one of the most prestigious production houses in Iran, Sons of Jabal Amel gives an alternative, exclusive look into the development of Lebanese Shiites in a homogeneous Lebanese state. Told from a resistance-axis point of view, the documentary offers new insights into the cultural, ecological and ideological mechanics of the Lebanese Shi'i community and their sustained adherence and loyalty to the movement. Exclusive footage and/or interviews with: Prof. Dr. Mustafa Chamran, Hassan Nasrallah, Abbas al-Musawi and Imam Musa Sadr. Excerpt: The historical region of Jabal Amel and its significant array of scholars, poets, intellectuals and resistance leaders is situated in southern Lebanon. This area is also most affected by Israeli assaults seeking to annex these areas. Because of the historical vulnerability and importance of Jabal Amel, the people of this rugged mountainous area are born into resistance, live in resistance and die in resistance. Sons of Jabal Amel begins with the introduction of Abu Dharr al-Ghiffari, a loyal companion of the Prophet Muhammed and his son and law, Ali. Abu Dharr was exiled to this region and converted the local community to Islam and more specifically, Shi'ism. In Islamic literature, he is deemed one of the first Shi'is signifying resistance to the ruling status quo. What Abu Dharr had left the people of Jabal Amel, was an eager apetite for honor, dignity and vigor--free from the oppression and rule of external entities. Sons of Jabal Amel thus depicts the evolution and development of resistance in this region, ending with Hezbollah as the most recent and successful story to date. Release date: October 4, 2008
  11. HI All Please share the lyrics of Almout li israel nasheed (in arabic and English) Thanks Jafery
  12. House To Pass New AIPAC Iran Sanctions Bill To Keep War Option Hot Sometimes I hear from readers who complain that I lay too much blame on AIPAC for our one-sided and failed Middle East policies. What can I say? I worked at AIPAC for almost six years (1973-1975, 1982-1986) so I know how it operates. Additionally, because I left AIPAC on good terms, I maintained friendships with its staff (no more!) and they filled me in on how the lobby was increasing its power over Congress. Of course, I saw that myself during 15 years as a House and Senate staffer. AIPAC runs the Middle East policy show on Capitol Hill. Rarely am I surprised by anything AIPAC (or Congress, tucked securely in its pocket) does. But sometimes, AIPAC’s actions are so egregious, and those of Congress so supine, in promoting policies that are clearly against U.S. interests that I have to admit some surprise. Take what AIPAC is doing this week. It is getting the House of Representatives to pass legislation it wrote that would impose the heaviest sanctions on Iran yet, (Here is AIPAC’s one minute video urging support for its bill). Here is how the New York Times described the AIPAC bill on Thursday. The legislation, if enacted into law and fully enforced, could basically eradicate what is left of Iran’s diminished oil exports by coercing its remaining customers to find other suppliers. Proponents of the legislation say that with 376 sponsors, it is expected to pass the House easily. It would then move to the Senate for consideration in September. There is nothing surprising about that. AIPAC has been drafting and the House and Senate passing AIPAC’s Iran sanctions bills for years. They don’t accomplish anything except punish the Iranian people. After all, if they did “work,” AIPAC wouldn’t keep having to write new sanctions bills. Iran would have surrendered to Israel’s demands on the nuclear issue years ago. In a sense, this is all deja vu except for the timing. Again the Times:
  13. (salam) Dear Brother's and Sister's, I decided to make this thread, because I seen and heard some thing's that were a little disturbing today. I left the television on, and I was in another room, and I heard gunshots and screaming, and I was wondering if there was some sort of action movie going on in the background. Shortly after hearing the screaming, I came to the room after hearing: "Allahu Akbar!" Out of pure curiosity, I sat and decided to watch the infomercial. The advertisement was for supporting elderly Jew's, who are needy and in Russia. They were Holocaust survivor's, who fled to Russia to get away from Germany during World War II. Again, out of curiosity, I was wondering what Germany and Islam had to do with their suffering, May Allah Subhanu wa Ta'ala help them, Insha'Allah. The infomercial was explaining that many of these elderly Jew's were outcastes in the Russian area they dwell therein, and how 'we' people can help them by sending 50.00 dollars to their organization to give a 3 meal's, each week, for one month. I sat and watched, of course I felt bad; naturally, because I don't like to see anyone suffer from malnourishment. What bothered me was the extent that the organization was going to, in order to get people to call-in and donate their money to support the cause. Now, growing up; World History, was probably one of my best subject's, and I never heard anything relating to Islam in relation to World War II. Nevertheless, I continued to watch; and they basically, said: "We are worried about radical Islam, and soon the elderly Jew's wont be able to reside in Muslim countries, etc..." "Please donate to save the Jew's." What was interesting to me; the radical Islamist's today (in the media) are directed to the Shi'ites. The infomercial was playing latom video's and showing pictures of black hijab wearing women (supposedly, these were the radical Islamist's they were referring to). One thing that really bothered me after watching the said video, they made a notion about Allah. A Jewish or Christian (I'm not really sure) said: "They say 'Allahu Akbar' which means God is great, but this is not the meaning. Allahu Akbar means 'Allah the God' is great." "Please donate now before it's too late for the elderly Jew's." Now, I'm not trying to make a mockery of the advertisement, but I still don't see the relevance of adding this information to get people to donate money to feed elderly Jew's. I even got more curious, I was wondering...do they have website? Sure enough; they did, and it's as follows: http://www.ifcj.org/site/PageNavigator/eng/programs/isaiah_58/elderly/elderly_3_i58 I also found another video on the website (if you click video at the top), that also explained that Jews are getting bombed daily by Lebanon extremist's (as mentioned in the video) called "Israel 911" Now, I rarely pay attention to the media; as you can see from this thread, our media is brainwashing people and making false accusation's. It was interesting to me, that you have a window of 30-45 minutes to make an advertisement, and out of that timeframe, you choose to throw Islam into it for good measure. I mean; literally, they mentioned Islam for one minute, and then it was back to the 'story' of feeding the needy. I actually felt really bad for the elderly Jew's; and I still do, because it's unfortunate that people don't have food and medicine (like many other's in the world). I wonder if I called them and said I was Muslim, and I'd like to make a donation, would they accept it? Well, being the person that I am; I did call, and they had no issue taking my money. I asked: "How can you take my money when you told million's of people to beware of Muslim's taking over?" Their response: "Oh, we were just targeting (interesting word he used) extremist's around the world, and those who are threatening Israel today." Well, I pondered, and said: "This isn't the case, because of the video footage you were displaying on TV was directed towards Shi'ite Muslim's." I explained to the man, I felt really bad about the situation in relation to the elderly Jew's in Russia; but I was taken back, because they threw all of Islam "under-the-bus." He said: "We know not all Muslim's are criminal (again, interesting word he used), but we only want justice for the poor." I replied: "I am sure there are bad people in every religion; I don't think it's limited to one. So, if I donate 50.00 dollar's to support your mission, will you let the public know that a Shi'ite Muslim contributed to your organization?" He replied: "No, this isn't about religion, this is about the poor." I replied: "The video footage and the comment's therein would suggest otherwise." I am going to write a letter to the corporation about this interaction. Even if I get no feedback from them, I will do my part to let the public know; I did care, and tried to send fund's. Your Shi'ite advocate and Sister in Faith, (wasalam) AB313
  14. (salam), Chanting Allah-o-Akbar, Jew shot 10 times by Israeli guard An Israeli security guard shot dead a Jewish visitor at Jerusalem’s Western Wall, the site where Jews can pray, yesterday, apparently mistaking him for a Palestinian.Police spokesman Micky Rosenfeld said that he was being taken in front of a magistrate, but had no further details. “There was a Jewish guy, an Israeli guy, who was in the bathroom area,” Rosenfeld told AFP. “He for some reason shouted Allah-o-Akbar,” Rosenfeld said. “A security guard drew his weapon and fired several shots at the suspect ... He died from his wounds a few moments ago.” An acquaintance told army radio that the man was a volunteer at a nearby soup kitchen run by the Hassidic Chabad movement. “He’s a regular here, well-known,” David Dahan said. “He’s on his own here, his parents are in France.” Paramedic Zeevi Hessed told news website NRG that his team rushed to the scene as reports of a shooting came in. “When we reached the place, we saw him lying at the Western Wall plaza,” he said. “He had been shot in several parts of his body... Sadly there was nothing we could do but declare him dead.” Rosenfeld said that an investigation had been opened into the shooting. Public radio quoted the private security guard as telling police investigators that he thought the man, 46, was pulling something from his pocket as he shouted, and was about to attack him. It said that police found nothing suspicious on the man’s person. Privately-owned Channel 10 cited witnesses as saying that the guard fired between seven and 10 bullets, that the fire was unjustified, and that the man appeared to be a harmless eccentric. Ynet quoted witnesses it did not identify as saying that the guard did not fire warning shots or attempt to disable the man but shot directly at his chest. http://www.arabnews.com/node/455813
  15. http://normanfinkelstein.com/2013/democracy-at-work-2/
  16. Israel celebrates anniversary by killing Palestinians By DR. ABDUL RUFF Published: May 18, 2011 00:22 Updated: May 18, 2011 00:22 As its major Mideast policy, the US finances Israeli terrorism to the tune of billions of dollars each year. It is a matter of shame for the UN Security Council that Israeli terrorism demonstrates the Israeli regime’s brazenly unlawful operations in occupied Palestine, killing defenseless people at will. In a manner of matching with the Obama regime’s “humanitarian” pretext for the bombardment of sovereign Libya, killing thousands of Libyan Arabs, the Zionist regime, installed illegally by the West on Palestinian lands in Mideast in 1948, celebrated their Zionism Day on 15th of May by killing Palestinians. May 15 marks the anniversary of Israel’s establishment in 1948, but for the Palestinian people it is commemorated as “the catastrophe,” or Al-Nabka. In order to mark the 63rd anniversary of the founding of the illegal Zionist state, Israeli soldiers killed at least 15 Palestinians and wounded many more as they suppressed protests held at border posts facing Syria, Lebanon and Gaza. The Zionist state was founded through a terror campaign triggering one of the largest forced migrations in modern history. An estimated 700,000 Palestinians were expelled or fled their homes, and their property was expropriated. Denied the right to return ever since, there are now about 4.5 million refugees and their descendants in Lebanon, Syria, Jordan and the occupied territories. Thousands of refugees and their supporters protested around the world. Within the occupied territories, tens of thousands took to the streets, many holding keys of their family homes lost in 1948. Not gauging the cause and implications of the CIA engineered “uprisings” in Mideast, young Palestinians are inspired by the uprisings in Tunisia, Egypt and other Arab countries. With a view to denying the Palestinians a chance to protest against Zionist crime, Israel also imposed a 24-hour shutdown across the West Bank, closing the various crossings and checkpoints, causing more difficulties for the besieged Palestinians. There were clashes between protesters and Israeli troops in Hebron, Wallajeh and Jerusalem, while at Gaza’s Erez border crossing at least 15 unarmed civilians were wounded by Israeli gunfire. The worst of the violence occurred outside the southern Lebanese village of Maroun Al-Ras, where thousands of people gathered at a border fence. Protesters reportedly hung flags on the barbed wire and sang songs, with some young people throwing rocks across the border, before both Israeli and Lebanese soldiers began firing. Israeli Premier Netanyahu openly defended Zionist fascism and state terrorism and expects USA, UK and entire UNSC to stand with hands folded behind Zionist crimes. Israel as usual alleged that the Nabka protests were “provocations” which bore “the fingerprints of Iran.” The Syrian government and Lebanon’s Hezbollah were also accused. Netanyahu allegations are consistent with the Israeli government’s typical response to crises — to ratchet up tensions and beat the drum for war with Iran. The Netanyahu regime appears to be even farther away from any of its predecessors from considering a negotiated agreement with Syria that would out of necessity require the return of the Golan. It is true that considering Israel’s military prowess, Syria will not be able to regain the Golan by force in the foreseeable future. But this does not suggest that continued Israeli entrenchment on the Golan will over time create an irreversible situation that would compel Syria to simply give up its claim over its territory. Although it is also true that relocating will require billions of dollars and it would be heartbreaking for many Israelis, the passage of time will make it only much more expensive and far more traumatic for the Israelis. Instead of punitive operations over Israel, the NATO boss, US, has promised Zionist regime more weapons. Possibly expecting more US carrots, Zionist Israel has rejected Obama administration’s “special packages” for a possible slow downing of fascist trends of Israel. The incentives included 20 free advanced F-35 fighter jets and assorted promises to defend Israel at the UN and other international forums on its sustained holocausts of innocent Palestinians. The offer is in exchange for a 90-day extension of a settlement freeze for concentrating on sketching out an agreement on borders, which would generate progress and reduce the risk of future battles over settlements, but Israel rejected freeze while accepted the arms. Tel-Aviv bosses and Israeli Mossad have learned the tricks of terror trade with USA (Pentagon-CIA) and know how to make the “talks” bogus and garner more aid. The USA promised not to ask for another extension, the 90-day deadline gives all kinds of incentives for those who don’t really want a deal to stall. Israel can betray all hopes even if agrees to freeze. A trained aggressor- cum criminal state, Israel (Mossad-CIA) seemed to have tried to create the conditions for a violent crackdown and a campaign of fear and hysteria about a supposed threat to Israel’s sovereignty. Israel invaded Syria’s Golan Heights in 1967 and later illegally annexed the territory. Its “sovereignty” over the area is not internationally recognized. Israel invaded Lebanon in 2006, killing people. In employing the “enemy threat” as the key tool to advance a nation’s domestic and foreign goals, the Israeli polices of making the ever-weakening and extremely terrorized Palestinians the enemy ever-ready to annihilate the Jews from the face of the earth has worked too well for the Zionist fascist regime. It is disturbing to note that Egyptian forces shot and injured many protesters at the Israeli embassy. Thousands protested outside the Israeli embassy in Cairo and more than 100 were injured when Egyptian security forces fired tear gas and rubber-coated steel bullets. Like Indian IPL gimmicks jointly played by select cricketers to promote Indian sport interests, the anti-Islamic nations have also ganged up against Islam only to loot and share the energy resources after reducing Muslim populations. The crude threat perception of Islam and Muslims has exceedingly helped the US and NATO members pursue their hidden agendas. India has benefited a lot from the same terror tactics projecting Kashmiris, Pakistanis and Muslims as the threat to destroy India.Like the NATO terror syndicate led by the USA-UK, the street criminals in every country too have their own terror strategies to go on rampages. Israel is only extending these joint strategies to accomplish its fascist agenda in Palestine.It is high time, the new regime in Egypt cancelled the recognition of Israel until further orders and close down the Zionist embassy until Palestine state is established. Meanwhile, Obama and his team must remind the Zionist regime that time has already run out for that illegal outfit in Mideast. — Dr. Abdul Ruff is a Chancellor-Founder of Center for International Affairs. He is a former university teacher and an analyst. http://arabnews.com/middleeast/article410819.ece By DR. ABDUL RUFF [Dr. Abdul Ruff Colachal, Educationist, Chronicler of Foreign occupations & Freedom movements (Palestine, Kashmir, Iraq, Afghanistan, Pakistan, Xinjiang, Chechnya, etc.) Chancellor-Founder of Centor for International Affairs(CIA); Specialist on State Terrorism ; Commentator on world affairs & sport fixings, Expert on Mideast Affairs,Former university Teacher; Editor:INTERNATIONAL OPINION; Editor: FOREIGN POLICY ISSUES;(http://abdulrubb.wordpress.com); RANDOM THOUGHTS; website: http://abdulruff.wordpress.com/ mail: abdulruff_jnu@yahoo.com] __________________________________ ___________ د. عبد راف
  17. Theodore A. Postol, a physicist at M.I.T. who helped reveal the Patriot antimissile failures of 1991, analyzed the new videos and found that Iron Dome repeatedly failed to hit its targets head-on. He concluded that the many dives, loops and curls of the interceptors resulted in diverse angles of attack that made it nearly impossible to destroy enemy warheads. “It’s very hard to see how it could be more than 5 or 10 percent,” Dr. Postol said. Mordechai Shefer, an Israeli rocket scientist formerly with Rafael, Iron Dome’s maker, studied nearly two dozen videos and, in a paper last month, concluded that the kill rate was zero. The New York Times
  18. Israeli security forces spray raw sewage at Palestinian homes http://www.sott.net/article/259348-Israeli-security-forces-spray-raw-sewage-at-Palestinian-homes Middle East Monitor Wed, 06 Mar 2013 11:56 CST Israeli forces have sprayed Palestinian homes in the village of Nabi Saleh with raw sewage as a punishment for organising weekly protests against the Apartheid Wall built on occupied West Bank land. Human rights watchdog B'Tselem published a video showing Israel's armoured tanker trucks fitted with "water cannons" which spray the foul fluid at Palestinian protesters. B'Tselem said in a statement that the Israeli forces also targeted all the houses of the village with the sewage. The powerful jet broke windows and caused a great deal of damage in the houses, said the Israeli organisation. "It also causes environmental damage," it pointed out. The non-lethal weapon has been added to the Israelis' armoury for crowd control, said B'Tselem, even though the video shows clearly that it is also used against Palestinian-owned property. The Israeli military has been looking for an alternative to tear gas canisters for crowd control, claiming that the Palestinians now know how to cope with the gas and its effects.
  19. Shaykh Muhammad Al Arifi writes in his Tweet: ''Some of the brothers have asked us about waging war inside Israel - we say to them, Jihad is not allowed in countries where there is peace - such as Saudi Arabia, Israel and Qatar... " This monafiq cleric was the one who few years ago insulted Shia scholars, including Ayt. Sistani because the Houthis in North Yemen gave Saudi soldiers a good lesson after they invaded their regions. After he called all Shias as majoosi and Sahaba insulters, he then went on to say that Shias never did Jihad in their history and always conspired with moguls and Tatars and etc.. against the Muslim world. He also actively called on all Sunnis and Sunni countries to help terrorists in Syria against Rafidhis (Alawites) and invited ppl to join the Jihad in Syria and Iraq. Now, he forbids Jihad in Israel, Qatar and Saudi. May you burn in hell Al-Arifi, inshallah!
  20. (salam) If you read through the various articles on press tv, al-manar you can see various people claiming this as a victory over israel: http://www.presstv.ir/detail/2012/11/22/273993/abbas-felicitates-hamas-on-gaza-victory/ http://www.presstv.ir/detail/2012/11/22/273957/gaza-victory-over-israel-is-reality-hamas/ http://www.presstv.ir/detail/2012/11/22/273944/iran-congratulates-gazans-on-victory/ http://www.almanar.com.lb/english/main.php Haniyeh: “Victory of Gaza is a reality. God will accept what you've sacrificed, and all Muslims are happy because of this victory,” Sa'eed Jalili: "The Islamic Republic of Iran congratulates the downtrodden people of Palestine on this victory..." al-Quds Brigades: “The martyrs are who made this epic; they are who made this victory. We bow today for this great triumph,” Is this propaganda, denial or delusion? (i'm actually asking)
  21. besmellah, Salaam! You might have heard about the current situation in Gaza & I really don't know if you are active in spreading it on your facebook or any other social networking medias- but if you are- please set this as your profile picture as well as tag your friends to do the same. We can't do much physical battle from so far away, but we can keep them in our prayers & help spread the message of Karbala inshAllah. We really don't want what happened in 2009 to happen again http://fc05.devianta...r13-d5la5si.jpg <---Icon found here- better resolution Remember, the people of Kufa let Imam hossain (as) fight alone, let us not do the same inshAllah. eltemase dua,
  22. Stop the implementation of a new EU-Israel trade protocol Last month, organisations and activists across Europe took action together to persuade the International Trade Committee of the European Parliament to block a new trade protocol with Israel. Thousands of people signed petitions and hundreds more wrote to their MEPs. The vote was very close and if just one more MEPs had voted with us, the agreement would have been blocked. The agreement still has to be approved by a full vote of the European Parliament that will take place on October 23. If passed, the Agreement on Conformity Assessment and Acceptance of Industrial Products (ACAA) would remove barriers to trade between Israel and member states in industrial products, especially pharmaceuticals. The vote is likely to be close. Such an agreement would strengthen EU-Israel relations and would reward Israel for its continued violations of international law. It takes just a few minutes to write to your MEP calling on them to reject the agreement using our handy e-tool below. Your message will be even more powerful if you make a few changes to personalise it. CLICK here to send message: http://act.eccpalest...ed Kingdom/true It only takes a few seconds. source: http://www.mpacuk.org/story/201012/2-days-act-stop-new-eu-israel-trade-protocol.html
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