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15 July, 2011, 13 Tammuz 5771
1. Brian Patmore: Israelites Should Oppose Palestinian Statehood.
2. The Economic Case for Supporting Israel
By GEORGE GILDER, Wall Street Journal
3. Alawi Rulers of Syria Considered Pagans by Mainstream Muslims!
Al Jazeera: Pagan forces in deadly assault on Hama Muslims
4. Ships and Planes of Fools Pick Wrong Target
by Alan M.
5. Survey: Most Palestinians Want to Kill All the Jews as Religious Exhoration!
6 in 10 Palestinians reject 2-state solution, survey finds

Members of the Fogel Family from Itamar Murdered by Arab Terrorists.


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1. Brian Patmore: Israelites Should Oppose Palestinian Statehood


Shalom Yair,
I am very saddened to refer you to an article
"IDF prepares for September declaration"
The situation should be described as "DISGUSTING" for all folks of Israelite heritage.
The very heritage given to us all by Abba [Father] through our Patriarch Fathers and Mothers is being spurned and the IDF are forced to take precautions due to an imminent announcement by the United Nations, which will be cursed by The Almighty for doing it, of a so called state for the Amelekite traitors, who have no real claim to even a grain of sand of Eretz Yisrael !!!
The commandment not to divide the land and its penalty provisions will fall on the heads of all responsible !!
May Abba act quickly and decisively to right the wrong !!
All Yisrael, whether in the land or still abroad should be on their knees and praying for Yisrael, Yerusalem and deliverance.
All of us have fallen short of Abba's commandments and expectations of us !
Let every one put aside petty differences, or traditions that have no basis etc and try our best to follow His Holy Torah in our lives and pray for His quick and decisive intercession as soon as possible, not at our will and timing but at His Will and timing !!
Shalom, Baruch Ha Shem !!

2. The Economic Case for Supporting Israel
By GEORGE GILDER, Wall Street Journal

America needs the Jewish state's technology and innovation as much as it needs us.

America's enemies understand deeply and intuitively that no U.S. goals or resources in the Middle East are remotely as important as Israel. Why don't we?

Israel cruised through the recent global slump with scarcely a down quarter and no deficit or stimulus package. It is steadily increasing its global supremacy, behind only the U.S., in an array of leading-edge technologies. It is the global master of microchip design, network algorithms and medical instruments.
During a period of water crises around the globe, Israel is incontestably the world leader in water recycling and desalinization. During an epoch when all the world's cities, from Seoul to New York, face a threat of terrorist rockets, Israel's newly battle-tested Iron Dome provides a unique answer based on original inventions in microchips that radically reduce the weight and cost of the interceptors.

Israel is also making major advances in longer-range missile defense, robotic warfare, and unmanned aerial vehicles that can stay aloft for days. In the face of a global campaign to boycott its goods, and an ever-ascendant shekel, it raised its exports 19.9% in 2010''s fourth quarter and 27.3% in the first quarter of 2011.

Israelis supply Intel with many of its advanced microprocessors, from the Pentium and Sandbridge, to the Atom and Centrino. Israeli companies endow Cisco with new core router designs and real-time programmable network processors for its next-generation systems. They supply Apple with robust miniaturized solid state memory systems for its iPhones, iPods and iPads, and Microsoft with critical user interface designs for the OS7 product line and the Kinect gaming motion-sensor interface, the fastest rising consumer electronic product in history.

Vital to the U.S. economy and military capabilities, tiny Israel's unparalleled achievements in industry and intellect have conjured up the familiar anti-Semitic frenzies among all the economically and morally failed societies of the socialist and Islamist Third World, from Iran to Venezuela. They all imagine that by delegitimizing, demoralizing, defeating or even destroying Israel, they could take a major step toward bringing down the entire capitalist West.
To most sophisticated Westerners, the jihadist focus on Israel seems bizarre and counterproductive. But on the centrality of Israel the jihadists have it right.

U.S. policy is crippled by a preoccupation with the claimed grievances of the Palestinians and their supposed right to a state of their own in the West Bank and Gaza. But the Palestinian land could not have supported one-tenth as many Palestinians as it does today without the heroic works of reclamation and agricultural development by Jewish settlers beginning in the 1880s, when Arabs in Palestine numbered a few hundred thousand.

For the U.S., moving on means a sober recognition that Israel is not too large but too small. It boasts a booming economy still absorbing overseas investment and a substantial net inflow of immigrants. Yet it is cramped in a space the size of New Jersey, hemmed in by enemies on three sides, with 60,000 Hezbollah and Hamas rockets at the ready, and Iran lurking with nuclear ambitions and genocidal intent over the horizon.

Clearly, Israel needs every acre it now controls. Still, despite its huge technological advances, its survival continues to rely on peremptory policing of the West Bank, on an ever-advancing shield of antimissile technology, and on the unswerving commitment of the U.S.

But this is no one-way street. At a time of acute recession, debt overhang, suicidal energy policy and venture capitalists who hope to sustain the U.S. economy and defense with Facebook pages and Twitter feeds, U.S. defense and prosperity increasingly depend on the ever-growing economic and technological power of Israel.

If we stand together we can deter or defeat any foe. Failure, however, will doom the U.S. and its allies to a long war against ascendant jihadist barbarians, with demographics and nuclear weapons on their side, and no assurance of victory. We need Israel as much as it needs us.

3. Alawi Rulers of Syria Considered Pagans by Mainstream Muslims!
Al Jazeera: Pagan forces in deadly assault on Hama Muslims

Wed Jul 6, 2011 10:20 am (PDT)

Pagan forces in deadly assault on Hama Muslims. At least 16 Muslims reported killed by Pagan forces in city that has become focal point for anti-Pagan protests.
 Jul 2011 09:17 At least 16 Muslims have been killed in the central Syrian city of Hama as Pagan forces intensify their operations in the city, human rights activists have told Al Jazeera

Sumer al-Said, a Muslim resident of Hama, told Al Jazeera by phone on Tuesday afternoon that Pagan security forces had shot people indiscriminately in the streets, and that water and electricity had been cut off.

"Two days ago, the Pagans arrested a lot of Muslims in my area, and a lot were badly beaten," he said.

Troops and tanks have surrounded the city in recent days in an apparent attempt to quell protests against Pagan rule.

With Pagan tanks and armoured vehicles moving closer to the edges of the city in the early hours of Tuesday, Muslim residents said hundreds of youths had blocked roads leading to residential neighbourhoods with garbage containers, wood and metal to try to prevent a possible advance. Al Jazeera's Rula Amin reported that by Tuesday evening, Pagan security forces had broken through many of the roadblocks that local Muslims have been erecting.

Pagan security forces, some in plain clothes and some in uniform, have set up checkpoints across the city, making arrests and preventing Muslims from fleeing, she said.

The Pagans have banned most international media from operating in Syria, making it difficult to verify reports from Muslims and Pagans. Anas al-Abdeh, a member of the Damascus Declaration Abroad opposition movement, told Al Jazeera from Manchester that his Muslims sources within the city told him armed Pagans were carrying out "cleansing" operations against the city's Muslim inhabitants, moving from one area to the next.

"They told me that there are many Pagan Shabiha, which is the militia supporting the Pagan regime, backed by Pagan security forces, massing across the city," he told Al Jazeera. "The Muslims are very afraid."...

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Imra Comment:

Got to give the Pagan Alawites credit, they've been around Muslims long enough that they know how to deal with them. 10% of the population and the Muslims are their slaves. And the fellow Muslims elsewhere' No stomach for it. All they know how to do is blow up women and children, and the Pagans will reply in kind, in spades. Last time in Hama, in 1982, the Muslims rose up and among other things killed local Pagan officials and reportedly, their families. The Pagans retaliated by shelling the city and killing 30,000 of them. The guy in charge of that 1982 shelling was just put in charge.

4. Ships and Planes of Fools Pick Wrong Target

by Alan M. Dershowitz

July 11, 2011 at 4:20 pm


The recent attempts by anti-Israel extremists to break Israel's naval blockage of Gaza and to flood Israel's airports with troublemakers have failed.

The ships of fools, knaves hypocrites, bigots, and supporters of terrorism that tried to sail from Greece have now apparently been run aground. Most of the hard-left extremists have gone home following a decision by the Greek government to prevent the boats from leaving Greek ports. And those who tried to flood Israel's airports are being deported. The resulting fiasco, which was designed to discredit Israel, has succeeded only in discrediting the Israel bashers on the boats and planes by exposing their true purpose.

The alleged purpose of the ships was to feed the starving Arabs of Gaza. The problem is that the Arabs of Gaza are not starving. Nor are they in need of outside help.

According to reporting by The New York Times, Gaza has been thriving recently. Luxury hotels are being built; stores are stocked with food; beaches are filled with children; and life is far better than in neighboring Al Arish, which is across the border in Egypt.

In fact, according to news reports, the residents of Gaza are far better off than the residents of many Arab areas in the Middle East. Medical care is better, infant mortality is lower, longevity is higher, employment is increasing, cars are plentiful, food is more available and the quality of water and air is higher. The Gross National Product has risen dramatically over the past year.

To be sure, the citizens of Gaza do not have freedom of speech, freedom of religion, freedom of the press, the right to dissent or the ability to join political parties that are out of favor. These limitations are the fault of Hamas, not of Israel.

Indeed, the only Arabs in the region whose lives, in every respect, are better than those who live in Gaza, are the citizens of the West Bank, which is controlled by the Palestinian Authority rather than Hamas.

So if the fools on the ships were really interested in helping Arabs who are truly in need of food, medicine and other provisions, they would set sail for ports in Egypt, Syria, Lebanon and other areas of the Middle East. But these hypocrites have no interest in helping the downtrodden. Their only interest is in delegitimizing the Jewish state of Israel.

Many of those on the ships actually support the most oppressive regimes in the Middle East, such as the Syrian regime, which murders its civilians in cold blood; the Iranian regime, which brutally suppresses dissent; Hezbollah which murders its political opponents; and Hamas which subjugates women and executes gays.

Most of these "human rights activists" have no history of supporting human rights elsewhere in the world and many have records of supporting the worst abusers of human rights. The list of those on the boats is a dishonor role of human wrongs, blatant hypocrisy, and double standards.

A common virus among many on these ships is a hatred for Jews, the Jewish state, America, and the West. Some are self-haters, because they themselves are Jews, Israelis or Westerners. Others are Arabs who cannot abide the notion of the Jewish state, regardless of its size or borders, anywhere in the Middle East.

When a proper standard is universally applied, Israel's record on human rights shines in comparison with the records of nations and groups supported by the fools and hypocrites on these boats and planes.

5. Survey: Most Palestinians Want to Kill All the Jews as Religious Exhoration!
6 in 10 Palestinians reject 2-state solution, survey finds

07/15/2011 04:26
73% of 1,010 Palestinians in W. Bank, Gaza agree with 'hadith' quoted in Hamas Charter about the need to kill Jews hiding behind stones, trees.
Only one in three Palestinians (34 percent) accepts two states for two peoples as the solution to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, according to an intensive, face-to-face survey in Arabic of 1,010 Palestinian adults in the West Bank and the Gaza Strip completed this week by American pollster Stanley Greenberg.

The poll, which has a margin of error of 3.1 percentage points, was conducted in partnership with the Beit Sahour-based Palestinian Center for Public Opinion and sponsored by the Israel Project, an international nonprofit organization that provides journalists and leaders with information about the Middle East.

Respondents were asked about US President Barack Obama's statement that 'there should be two states: Palestine as the homeland for the Palestinian people and Israel as the homeland for the Jewish people.'

Just 34% said they accepted that concept, while 61% rejected it.

Sixty-six percent said the Palestinians' real goal should be to start with a two-state solution but then move to it all being one Palestinian state.

Asked about the fate of Jerusalem, 92% said it should be the capital of Palestine, 1% said the capital of Israel, 3% the capital of both, and 4% a neutral international city.

Seventy-two percent backed denying the thousands of years of Jewish history in Jerusalem, 62% supported kidnapping IDF soldiers and holding them hostage, and 53% were in favor or teaching songs about hating Jews in Palestinian schools.

When given a quote from the Hamas Charter about the need for battalions from the Arab and Islamic world to defeat the Jews, 80% agreed. Seventy-three percent agreed with a quote from the charter (and a hadith, or tradition ascribed to the prophet Muhammad) about the need to kill Jews hiding behind stones and trees.


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