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Jerusalem News-734
11 Adar-1 5768, 17 February 2008
1. Who is the Real "Judas"?
Quislings United!
2. Danish Cartoons on Islamic Themes
3. Palestinians Claim Joseph was a Muslim
4. Earthquake in Israel
5. Pro-Life Pro-Israel
6. Arabs Harass Jews in Israel
7. Scotland's youth cocaine crisis


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1. Who is the Real  "Judas"?
Quislings United!

The Betrayal of Judah by the Establishments of "Israelite" Countries
NGOs (non-governmental organizations)
 promote "Israeli Apartheid Week"
NGO Monitor
February 13, 2008

War on Want, Physicians for Human Rights-Israel, Keshev, I'lam and ICAHD, (whose funders include the EU, Finnish and British governments, and NIF -[New Israel Fund, i.e.  Israeli Homosexuals]), are joining a number of extremist NGOs to promote "Israeli Apartheid week."

Israeli Apartheid week (IAW) was first held in Canada in 2004.  In 2008 it encompasses events in Canada, Mexico, South Africa, the UK, the USA and the Palestinian Territories.  Its stated aim, in line with the NGO declaration from the 2001 UN World Conference against Racism in Durban, is "to create a widespread awareness of Israeli apartheid and to bolster support for the boycott, divestment, and sanctions campaign." The organizers assert the "imperative of" "isolat[ing] the Israeli apartheid regime."

Despite serious critiques of such "apartheid" rhetoric, many NGOs continue to use it as a political tool to delegitimize the existence of Israel.  War on Want (WoW), which is funded by the UK and Irish governments, featured in Warwick University's program.  On February 7, 2008, WoW's Senior Global Justice Campaigner, Ruth Tanner spoke on "Resistance day": "Resisting the occupation: should we bother?"  Berkely University, exhibited an ICAHD photographic display and Linda Ramsden, Chair of ICAHD UK is a listed speaker of the UK event.  Rochama Marton, founder and President of Physicians for Human Rights-Israel (PHR-I), which receives money from the EU and Finnish Embassy among others, addressed a panel at the UK university, SOAS on February 11, 2008.  On February 14, SOAS will also host a panel on "Media and Normalising Israeli Apartheid," which lists Yizhar Be'er, Executive Director of Keshev and former executive director of B?Tselem, and Haneen Zoubi, General Director of NIF and British council-funded I?lam, as speakers.

IAW's material selects and distorts facts to support its destructive political agenda, including baseless claims of "ethnic cleansing" of Palestinians, the "720 km long concrete wall", and that "[t]orture is used against virtually every Palestinian arrested."  The participation of NGOs, funded by governments and the NIF, which claim to promote universal human rights, in an event which distorts these values to demonize Israel, is highly troubling.
 NGO Monitor

2. Danish Cartoons on Islamic Themes
Dear Yair, Question
I came across this article
Danish newspapers reprint satirical Muhammad cartoon.
In light of Brit Am studies, would you attach any significance to it, and comment?
Thank you.
    Best Regards, RLG
For background and examples of more illustrations considered
provocative to Muslims see:
Mohammed Image Archive
The Jyllands-Posten Cartoons

3. Palestinians Claim Joseph was a Muslim
In the wake of an attempt by Palestinians to burn down Joseph's Tomb - Judaism's third holiest site- Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas' Fatah faction issued a statement denying it will help restore the shrine, referring to both the shrine and the biblical patriarch as "Muslim." hr width="80%" size="15" align="center" color="#32CD32">
4. Earthquake in Israel
Note: The earthquake was experienced in the Brit-Am office at ca. 12:30 on Friday.
Since we are located on the third floor we felt the quake but inquiries from passersby below indicated that at ground level it was barely perceptible.

Recent tremors raise fears of potentially destructive earthquake
By Zafrir Rinat and Eli Ashkenazi, Haaretz Correspondents, Haaretz Service and AP

The National Infrastructures Ministry said in a statement following Friday's 5.3-magnitude earthquake that the most recent tremors have increased fears about the possibility of a destructive earthquake taking place here.

The earthquake shook Israel early Friday afternoon and was felt mostly in the Coastal Plain. A 4.1-magnitude earthquake was felt earlier this week in parts of Israel.

Magen David Adom emergency medical services said that no injuries were reported.

Friday's earthquake shook open a large hole on the Temple Mount plaza, near the Dome of the Rock.

Al-Aqsa mosque officials belonging to the Islamic Movement's Northern Branch covered the hole with wooden planks following afternoon prayers.

The officials, who also said the quake caused cracks in several local residential buildings, said the hole was a meter deep, two meters long and meter and a half wide.

The Islamic Movement blamed Israel for the hole, saying Israel is digging tunnels in the area that undermine the stability in the area of the Al-Aqsa mosque. The organization urged Islamic states to take action to stop Israeli excavations in the area.

Epicenter northeast of Lebanese city of Tyre
A Tel Aviv resident, living on the second floor, said: "We felt the earth move. The bed was rocking, the doors were moving, and the chandeliers were swinging."

The earthquake also shook Lebanon and Syria.

Residents of Damascus, the Syrian capital about a 2-hour drive away, reported feeling the quake as well.

The quake's epicenter was 15 kilometers northeast of the southern Lebanese city of Tyre.

5. Pro-Life Pro-Israel
There are close to 50,000 abortions in Israel every year.
Many of these abortions could be prevented, if only the woman was provided some basic social and financial support.
Last year alone, Efrat saved the lives of 1,806 Jewish children in Israel.
If we had twice our budget we could have saved twice as many children.

6. Arabs Harass Jews in Israel
Date: Sun, 17 Feb 2008 11:18:33 +0200
From: Women in Green <>
What if an Arab was elected Prime Minister of Israel? by Nadia  Matar
Selected Extracts Only:

Recently we hear of stone throwing at Jewish vehicles by Israeli Arabs in Galilee. This hardly makes the headlines. Just imagine what the media would have done if Jews had thrown stones at Arabs! Jewish girls walking about in malls in the north where there is an Arab majority suffer sexual harassment, and take their lives in their hands if they just go shopping. Does this bother anyone? Is anyone willing to say, right out loud: "In Israel in 2008, Israeli Arabs are attacking Jews"? No, everyone remains silent and denies the problem.

Last year, dozens of Jews celebrated Yom ha-Atzmaut (Israel Independence Day) in the forest of Megiddo. A group of Israeli Arabs arrived, with flags of Palestine, riding on horses, and forced the Jews to flee from the city. Except for the Arutz 7 web site, did anyone cover this subject? Not to mention that the police did not arrest even a single Arab rioter.

And what about the quiet and nonviolent Arab conquest that is being conducted in many places in Israel? Anyone who visits the Hadassah-Mount Scopus and Hadassah-Ein Karem hospitals could mistakenly think that he was in Ramallah. There are countless Arab doctors, and hundreds of Arab patients and Arab clans in the corridors. The situation is the same in the universities, the courts, and so on...

Jewish children no longer play in the Liberty Bell Garden, between the Inbal Hotel and the King David Hotel. It has been "conquered" by hundreds of Arab families, and Jewish mothers fear to bring their children there. Make no mistake. Unlike other countries, in which minorities act with respect and submission to the host country, a considerable portion of the Israeli Arabs act as if they were the lords of the land, while we Jews seem to them as causal visitors who bother them!

I ask: is this the "Jewish State" of which its founders dreamed?

 Is there actually any "Jewish city" in the State of Israel? Israeli Arabs can live in any city in Israel. Arabs live in Haifa, Tel Aviv, Ramat Gan, Jerusalem, and after the anti-Zionist ruling by Aharon Barak, Arabs also moved to Katzir and Harish.

If Jews, in contrast, would dare to buy in Umm el-Fahm, Daliyat al-Karmil, Baka el-Garbiye, or any other Arab village in Galilee or the Negev, it is clear to all that they would be subject to a pogrom, just as the Druze did to make the city of Peki'in free of Jews a few months ago.

As you remember, in late October 2007, Druze used the pretext of a new cellular antenna to riot against the Jewish families in the town. Jewish houses and cars were torched; tens of Israeli policemen were wounded; one policewoman was held hostage. The end result: all Jewish families left Pekiin and have not returned yet.

Women For Israel's Tomorrow  (Women in Green)
POB 7352, Jerusalem 91072, Israel
Tel: 972-2-624-9887 Fax: 972-2-624-5380

7. Scotland's youth cocaine crisis
One reformed addict, who now works for Glasgow-based Cocaine Anonymous, said the age of users was falling.

"The users are getting younger and younger and they are now starting off by getting the drug off older brothers or friends." He added that the major problem when taking the drug was combining it with alcohol. "If you take cocaine, you drink more, much more," he said. "That is what makes people feel the way they do - invincible.

"But the next thing they know, they are waking up in a cell after killing someone and their life is over.

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