Hamas to get full backing from brotherhood in Egypt

Hamas spokesman says he hopes “revolution” leads to Egyptian president’s downfall. Palestinian Authority officials in the West Bank expressed concern over the current events in Egypt, noting that President Hosni Mubarak has been very supportive of the PA. Hamas spokesmen in the Gaza Strip, meanwhile, voiced hope that the “revolution” in Egypt would lead to… Read More Hamas to get full backing from brotherhood in Egypt

New IDF intelligence chief failed to predict Egypt uprising

Major General Aviv Kochavi said Mubarak’s government was not under threat and that Egypt’s Muslim Brotherhood was not sufficiently organized to take power. On Tuesday, the day the unrest began that led to the collapse of the Egyptian cabinet, Israel’s new head of Military Intelligence told a Knesset committee that President Hosni Mubarak’s government was… Read More New IDF intelligence chief failed to predict Egypt uprising

Iran not worried about turmoil in Arab countries

As Tunisian President-for-Life Zine el-Abidine Ben Ali fled into ignominious exile two weeks ago, democrats around the world found hope in the notion that Tunisia’s Jasmine Revolution would spread to Iran. The images of demonstrations from Sidi Bouzid to Tunis reminded Americans of the massive 2009 protests that gave rise to Iran’s opposition Green Movement,… Read More Iran not worried about turmoil in Arab countries

El-Baradei supports targeting and killing of Jews

Israel only understands the language of Force. This is a comment by Egyptian presidential Contender El-Baradei: Israel Only Understands the Language of Force. This article was published on 22.04.10. Dr. Mohammed El-Baradei, former head of the International Atomic Energy Agency and a prominent contender for the Egyptian presidential elections in 2011, said Monday that the… Read More El-Baradei supports targeting and killing of Jews

Brutally anti-Semitic Turkish movie coming to a theater near you

“Valley of the Wolves: Palestine” – to be shown in a dozen European countries and more than 20 others in the Middle East – promises to be a blockbuster with Turkish and Arab audiences. In the movie, scenes of massacre during the May 31, 2010 Mavi Marmara flotilla incident are followed by Turkish agent Polat… Read More Brutally anti-Semitic Turkish movie coming to a theater near you

All nations shall rise and face judgment in Jerusalem

Extremist takeover in Egypt would put Israel in ‘wholly different position,’ Israeli security official warns‬‬. A fundamental change of government in Egypt may lead to a “revolution in Israel’s security doctrine,” a defense official told Ynet Friday night, as protests against President Hosni Mubarak’s rule continued to intensify. Source: Ynet.news.com. My comment: Every time I… Read More All nations shall rise and face judgment in Jerusalem

The US response to the Shah of Egypt to late

The US robbed Iranians for freedom, by being the main sponsor of the terrorism of the Shah of Iran. Now the billion dollar aid to another Washington proxy might fall. This is Washington’s response to the popular revolt in Egypt: Increasing the pressure on Egypt’s leaders, White House spokesman Robert Gibbs suggested that the United… Read More The US response to the Shah of Egypt to late

Joel Osteen not sure if anything good was in Hitler

The Mega Church Pastor Joel Osteen ducked simple questions on show on CNN. Joel Osteen, the pastor of America’s largest church, Lakewood Church in Houston, and his wife Victoria responded to a series of controversial topics brought to light on “Piers Morgan Tonight.” on Wednesday night. Addressing the topic of good and evil, Morgan asked… Read More Joel Osteen not sure if anything good was in Hitler

Israel feels the heat in the middle of an Arabian volcano

Tunisia, Egypt, Jordan and Yemen are in flames. Out of this volcano in the Middle East will come nothing good. Israeli security experts are casting an uneasy eye at the civil unrest spreading through the region as Yemen joined the list of Arab states experiencing unprecedented demonstrations, and Egypt braced for more civil unrest. “We… Read More Israel feels the heat in the middle of an Arabian volcano

“Book him for war crimes” says Tony Blair’s in-law

KUALA LUMPUR — Former prime minister Tony Blair’s sister-in-law Lauren Booth, a rights campaigner and Muslim convert, said on Wednesday that he should be tried for war crimes over the invasion of Iraq. Booth, the half-sister of Blair’s barrister wife Cherie, is in Malaysia for lectures organized by Viva Palestine, a British-based organization associated with… Read More “Book him for war crimes” says Tony Blair’s in-law

American Republicans offer rebuke to UN

Republican members of the U.S. House of Representatives have criticized the United Nations as “bloated” and “ineffective” and vowed to press for reforms and a reduction in U.S. funding. At a January 25 meeting of the House Foreign Affairs Committee, members characterized the world body as inefficient and corrupt. Committee Chairwoman Ileana Ros-Lehtinen is leading… Read More American Republicans offer rebuke to UN

U.S. Ends Restrictions on Weapons Exports to India

The United States on Jan. 25 said it was ending export restrictions for India’s defense and space industries, eyeing trade with a nation shunned for more than a decade over its nuclear weapons program. “These actions will open important new opportunities for our companies and governments on cooperating in the defense and space areas,” said… Read More U.S. Ends Restrictions on Weapons Exports to India

Pope: Christians not taking “Eucharist” should regret

Especially during the week of prayer, he said, Christians should feel “regret for the impossibility” of sharing the Eucharist. The Pope in Rome wants to unite all Christian’s around the Roman Catholic celebration of the eucharist. This is what the Catholic Herald has quoted the Pope saying in an Vatican audience attended by 2.500 people.… Read More Pope: Christians not taking “Eucharist” should regret

Verdict upheld for Christian father and his two sons burned alive in 1999

The Supreme Court on January 21 upheld the verdict of the Orissa High Court and gave a life sentence to Bajrang Dal activist Dara Singh, who burnt alive Australian missionary Graham Staines and his two sons, Philip and Timothy, aged 10 and six respectively, on the night of January 22, 1999, as they slept in… Read More Verdict upheld for Christian father and his two sons burned alive in 1999

“Days of rage” rock Egypt, Lebanon

Protesters in Egypt and Lebanon have proclaimed today a “day of rage” with Lebanese Sunnis protesting against the nomination of the new prime minister, and Egyptians protesting against the Mubarak government. The situations in Egypt and Lebanon have very, very little in common, if anything at all. Hezbollah with a backing of Syria engineered a… Read More “Days of rage” rock Egypt, Lebanon

Mubaraks wife and son flees to London

The wife of Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak have fled to London with 97 suitcases. Suzanne Mubarak and their son Gamal, considered the successor to his father as president, have fled to London with 97 suitcases after unprecedented massive protests in Egypt, an Arab website reported. The plane also carried Gamal’s daughter, the Akhbar Arab website… Read More Mubaraks wife and son flees to London

The PLO collaborated in killing “own people”

Third day of ‘PaliLeaks’ saga shows British MI6 drew up plan for PA to fight. PA denies security coordination with Israel. Al-Jazeera relentlessly continued to pound the PA leadership Tuesday night with its latest dump of Palestinian documents, essentially accusing it of collaboration with Israel in the killing of terrorists. In a story on its… Read More The PLO collaborated in killing “own people”

“Palestine Papers” strike possibly mortal blow to PA

Palestinian officials are denying the accuracy of leaked documents which claim Palestinian negotiators offered to give Israel major concessions on Jerusalem during peace talks three years ago. “The aim of it is to create confusion,” insisted Palestinian Authority President Mahmud Abbas. “I saw [the documents] yesterday that presented positions labeled as Palestinian, but they were… Read More “Palestine Papers” strike possibly mortal blow to PA

“Holocaust pity can no longer save Israel in Europe”

The PR of Israel in Europe is bad. People have forgotten the Holocaust. This is a message from Czech FM, Karl Schwarzenberg given to Jerusalem Post. Israel’s public relations in Europe are “miserable,” and the estrangement between Israel and the EU is both because Israeli politicians for whom Europe was the center of gravity are… Read More “Holocaust pity can no longer save Israel in Europe”

Genetics technology to ensure the baby is also “gay”

If two homosexual men want to use in vitro fertilization to conceive a baby and then use genetics technology to ensure the baby is also “gay.” While disposing of any “straight” embryos, would the law have any ethical problems with that? America’s leading ethicist in the field of human reproduction has written a paper that… Read More Genetics technology to ensure the baby is also “gay”

US Diplomatic corps: “Stop defending Israel using UN-veto”

Letter to the President of the United States, Washington, DC — 18 January 2011. Dear Mr. President, In light of the impasse reached in efforts to revive Israeli-Palestinian negotiations, and as the United Nations Security Council (UNSC) moves to consider a resolution condemning Israeli settlements in the Occupied Territory, we are writing to urge you… Read More US Diplomatic corps: “Stop defending Israel using UN-veto”

Jordanian King promotes “Global Solution” to Middle East conflict

His Majesty King Abdullah on Sunday called on the world community to “reach a consensus” on immediate steps that should be taken to salvage the Middle East peace process. During a meeting with French Foreign Minister Michele Alliot-Marie, His Majesty said there is not much time left to waste more opportunities to make peace in… Read More Jordanian King promotes “Global Solution” to Middle East conflict