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27 February, 2011, 22 Adar-Aleph 5771
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1. MEF Wire with Efraim Karsh: Does the Arab World Truly Want a  "Palestine"?
2. Satellite Photos: More Nuclear Sites in Syria
3. Homos offered Curative Treatment.


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1. MEF Wire with Efraim Karsh: Does the Arab World Truly Want a  "Palestine"?

Relevance to Brit-Am:

As far as Brit-Am type Bible-Believers are concerned it would not matter who or what the Palestinians were.

They have no right to the Land of Israel and should leave as quietly and politely as possible.
In return they should perhaps receive a reasonable "consideration".

Having said that it is worth realizing who the Palestinians really are and what they really want.
They are not a people and have never had any true national consciousness other than in generally being Muslims
who speak Arabic.
Their existence as a national entity was fabricated and is perpetuated as a tool against the Jewish-Israelite presence in the Middle East.

Does the Arab World Truly Want a "Palestine"?
A briefing by
Efraim Karsh
January 25, 2011


Efraim Karsh is editor of the Middle East Quarterly and Professor of Middle East and Mediterranean Studies at King's College London. He served as an intelligence officer in the Israel Defense Forces for seven years before obtaining graduate and doctoral degrees in international relations from Tel Aviv University. He is the author of fifteen books, including Arafat's War, Islamic Imperialism, and most recently Palestine Betrayed. On January 25th, he addressed the Middle East Forum on what the leaked Palestine Papers reveal about Arab and Palestinian aspirations for a Palestinian state.

According to Mr. Karsh, the documents recently released from Israeli-Palestinian peace negotiations shed some light on the position of the Palestinian leadership and neighboring Arab states toward the creation of a Palestinian state. By tracing the history of both parties, Mr. Karsh stated that neither party has ever been, nor is, truly interested in forming a Palestinian state.
He began by discussing the Arab states, arguing that they have never wanted a Palestinian state and have done the utmost to sabotage its formation. He noted that in the 1920s, both Jordan and Syria attempted to annex the territory of Palestine for themselves. He further observed that while this is not entirely surprising, it is surprising that Palestinian leaders themselves appear to not want an independent state either.

In support of this point, he outlined the history of Palestinian leadership from the founding of the PLO. For example, Arafat had opportunities to establish a state in both 1993, with the Oslo Accords, and 2000, with the Camp David meeting. In 1993, he "made sure it would be a failure," and in 2000 he rejected Barak's offer, opting for war.

2. Satellite Photos: More Nuclear Sites in Syria

Relevance to Brit-Am:

The Syrians are a danger to themselves, to the world, and to Israel. Like all such rogue nations they need to be conquered and ruled over. It is not ewnough to simply bomb this or that dangerous installation they set up from time to time. if they keep trying (and indications are that they always will) then there is a good chance that some time (God forbid) they will succeed. The present inhabitants of Syria are on occupied territory.
Like the Palestinians they need to be transferred to soemwhere else and their land given to Israelites.
Zechariah 10:10 and Micah 7:14 say that Ephraim will colonize the region of Syria and its surroundings.


Hillel Fendel
Western intelligence agencies have detected another nuclear plant in Syria ? in a Damascus suburb.

Following Israel's bombing of a nuclear production plant in Syria over three years ago, another nuclear complex, albeit smaller, has now apparently been found, following close analysis of satellite photos.

A German newspaper, the S?deutsche Zeitung (SZ), reports that it has received the photos, but will not publish them because inferences can be made as to when they were taken, and thus to who leaked them. 

In addition, Washington's Institute for Science and International Security (ISIS) published photos on Wednesday of one of three more sites that are believed to be connected to the Al-Kibar facility.

The small, two-building complex reported by the German paper is located in Marj al-Sultan, adjacent to a military base, and to a wealthy suburban area with swimming pools - 15 kilometers east of Damascus. SZ reports that the photos lead analysts to believe that it is a uranium conversion plant for the production of fuel rods. It further stated that the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) in Vienna refused to comment on the photos.

3. Homos offered Curative Treatment

Relevance to Brit-Am:
Relevance: Homosexuality is against the Bible.
People with homosexual tendencies should subdue them and find themselves legitimate heterosexual partners.
In the same way as not all heterosexual urges are permissible (e.g. lust for the wife of someone else) and have to be repressed so too should be  the case with homosexuality. There should be no compromise whatsoever on this issue.
We personally are against all organization of homos and believe that treatment is superfluous. If however they who are afflicted with this problem think otherwise it is good to see that at least a correct attitude is being taken in regards to effecting a change for the better.

Religious gays offered 'conversion therapy'
Kobi Nahshoni

For years, organizations for homosexuals have refused to acknowledge the possibility of changing a person's sexual inclination. A newly established association of religious gays and lesbians is now giving those psychological "conversion therapies" a chance.
Moreover, the association even plans to subsidize these treatments for its disadvantaged members who cannot afford to pay for them.
So far, rabbis have distanced themselves from all gay organizations, perceiving their members as people who have not tried to change and are not seeking to emerge from the conflict they live in.

The Kamoha, Orthodox Homosexuals organization is the first such group which does not rule out the notion that a homosexual can become straight. The association is now setting up a charity to fund "conversion therapy" for religious men aged 18 to 25 who are attracted to people of their own sex.
The organization's manifesto says, "It is the right of people interested in psychological treatment for their sexual inclination to implement this method of therapy, while acknowledging that this does not guarantee change and that the results and success rate of this process have not been proven sufficiently."

On Thursday, the Kamoha organization hosted a meeting between religious homosexuals and Rabbis Yaakov Madan, Menachem Burstein and Rafi Feuerstein. The meeting's venue was kept a secret and the issues discussed by the participants included conversion treatments.
Amit told Ynet ahead of the event, "The world and reality are much more complicated than people think, so claims like 'every treatment succeeds' or 'all treatments are a waste of time' don't meet the test of time. The truth is somewhere in the middle, and it's a shame to put an end to the discussion one way or the other.
"We consulted many rabbis on the issue, Zionists and haredim, and they all welcomed the initiative and congratulated us, and some even donated money. There is already one guy who is in the midst of therapy thanks to the Kamoha initiative."


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