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Jerusalem News 914. Views, Jews, Ten Tribes News
10 June 2010, 28 Sivan 5770
1. Reaction by
Yair to anti-Israel Web-Site Articles
2. David Jackson: "The IDF Had Every Right"
3. If Israel Is Not Evil, the World Is in Big Trouble
Obama Official: Netanyahu Waiting for 'President Palin'
5. Probe: [Turkish PM]
Erdogan knew Gaza flotilla would be violent


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1. Reaction by Yair to anti-Israel Web-Site Articles
 Yair Davidiy June 8, 2010 at 3:05 pm

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Jew-hating Gentiles ignore oppression of the Kurdish people by Turkey and every other crime committed by Muslim oppressors.
The Land of Israel belongs to the Jews.
Arabs of Gaza and the West Bank should be transferred to Brazil or someplace similar.
Hamas represents the democratic will of the People of Gaza and the Founding Constitution of Hamas demonizes the Jews as Jews and calls for the destruction of Israel altogether, no matter what. Gaza therefore endangers the existence of the Jews in israel. Gaza therefore needs to be dismantled and its Arab inhabitants evacuated to the west.

Note: On this left-wing Quisling-type URL the letter by Yair is still "awaiting moderation".
The remark just before that by Richard Parker has however already been approved.
What does it say?
## Richard Parker June 7, 2010 at 8:11 pm
What would have been the reaction if armed masked goons dressed in black had rappelled down (with covering fire) into morning prayers in a synagogue' ##

A pertinent remark perhaps?
Not really.
Jews in a Synagogue pray to the God of Israel for the good of all. Thugs on a ship intending to impugn the sovereignty of another country and to violently undermine its very legitimacy and right to exist are something else. Jews praying is good, anti-Israeli pro-Arab activity is evil. It is that simple.
And who is Richard Parker?
Answer: A known anti-Jewish fanatic who has his own anti-Jewish web site and racial theories. When racist right wingers are against the Jews the left-wingers apparently accept them.
The remark of Parker is not simply a remark but rather a threat. They are threatening to shoot up synagogues!

2. David Jackson: "The IDF Had Every Right"
re The International Flotilla Attack on Israeli Sovereignty

The IDF had every right to repel the activists who attempted to invade
Israeli territory.  I think you may be too generous to allow that some of
these individuals acted out of a genuine concern for people in Gaza.  Their
selective 'concern' always seems to take the form of vilifying the State of
Israel, whom they no doubt hate.

My recommendation for handling future such incidents is too disable the
ship's steering systems while they are still far out at sea.  That will give
their comrades something else to focus their concern on, and make whoever
owns those ships less enthusiastic about joining the next flotilla.    

David Jackson
Roanoke, TX

3. If Israel Is Not Evil, the World Is in Big Trouble'xg_source=msg_mes_network
by Dennis Prager
With the exception of the United States, nearly all the world's nations; newspapers, radio and TV news stations; the United Nations; and the world's Leftist academics and organizations have condemned Israel over the Gaza flotilla incident. The characterizations of the Jewish state range from a society so evil that it should not be allowed to exist to a villainous nation that is responsible for a) the suffering of millions of innocent Palestinian men, women and children; b) the lack of Mideast peace; therefore c) the Muslim world's anger at the West; and therefore d) Islamic terrorism itself.

Israel is almost totally isolated. A visitor from another planet would have every reason to report back home that the greatest problem on planet earth was this planet's Jewish state. Though Israel is the size of the American state of New Jersey and smaller than El Salvador, and though its population is smaller than that of Sweden, Burundi and Bolivia, it is the most censured country in United Nations history.

Though Israel is a thriving liberal democracy for all its citizens, including the one out of five that is Arab (83 percent of whom are Muslim), with an independent judiciary and press; though it signed an agreement establishing an independent Palestinian state; though it returned to Egypt every inch of the Sinai Peninsula, a land mass larger than Israel itself with major oil reserves -- the world deems Israel a villain.

Though Hamas runs a theocratic police state based on torture and terror, with no freedom of speech, no freedom for any religious expression outside of radical Islam, seeks to annihilate the Jewish state, and its state-controlled media depict Israelis and Jews as worthy of death, the world sees Israel, not Hamas, as the villain.

Here is a random sampling of world reactions:

"The EU condemns the use of violence that has produced a high number of victims among the members of the flotilla ..."

"The President of (France) expresses his profound emotion in the face of the tragic consequences of the Israeli military operation," Sarkozy's office said. "He condemns the disproportionate use of force ..."

"Spain unequivocally condemns the Israeli attack on the humanitarian flotilla and it does so as a country and as the acting president of the EU Council."

"Swedish Port Workers Union spokesman Peter Annerback says workers will refuse to handle Israeli goods and ships ..."

"The Swedish Football Association said it was to ask European football's highest body, UEFA, to rule if the qualifier scheduled for Friday in Tel Aviv should go ahead or not, citing the 'strong reactions in Sweden and around the world.'"

"Norway's military says it has cancelled a special operations seminar because the Defence Ministry objected to the inclusion of an Israeli army officer in the program ... Norway calls for boycott on arms to Israel."

South Africa recalled its ambassador to Israel, Ismail Coovadia, "to show our strongest condemnation of the attack."

India announced that "There can be no justification for such indiscriminate use of force, which we condemn."

"The Argentine Government expressed on Monday its condemnation of Israel's naval attack to an (sic) humanitarian six-ship flotilla."

The Brazilian Foreign Ministry in a statement said that "Brazil strongly condemns the Israeli attack, because there was no justification ..."

Italian foreign minister Franco Frattini: "I deplore in the strongest terms the killing of civilians. This is certainly a grave act."

The News, the leading Pakistani English daily: "This monstrous outrage has caught the world's attention and once again put the spotlight on the activities of a state that has been a law unto itself for most of its life."

China's Foreign Ministry spokesman Ma Zhaoxu: "We were shocked by the Israeli attack which led to severe casualties and condemn it."

The reason mankind has to hope that the world, its leaders, its newspapers, its so-called human rights organizations and the United Nations are right about Israel is quite simple: If Israel is the decent party in its war with the Palestinian Authority and Hamas -- and nearly all the world's countries, nearly all the world's media and the United Nations are morally wrong -- what hope is there for humanity' If the world's moral compass is that broken, are we not sailing into a dark age?

4. Obama Official: Netanyahu Waiting for 'President Palin'
 by Tzvi Ben Gedalyahu
The Netanyahu government's attitude to the United States shows it is 'waiting for President [Sarah] Palin, an Obama official reportedly told Peter Beinart, writing for the Atlantic Monthly news site. Palin was the Republican candidate for vice president two years ago and is considered a front-running candidate for the next presidential election in 2012.

'As an Obama official once told me about the Netanyahu team, with amazement, 'these guys are actually waiting for President Palin,'' wrote Beinart, a senior political writer for The Daily Beast and associate professor of journalism and political science at City University of New York.

In a critical article noting that Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu and senior government officials preach to the chorus of right-wing and Christian fundamentalist groups in the United States, Beinart cited the American education and background of the Prime Minister and senior aides. Prime Minister Netanyahu learned at a Philadelphia high school and his close adviser Ron Dermer and Ambassador to the United States were born there.

'This familiarity breeds overconfidence and ignorance,' Beinart argues. 'When Netanyahu travels to Washington, he speaks before Jewish audiences that mostly dislike Barack Obama's Israel policy... When he's not speaking to right-wing Jews, he's speaking to right-wing Christians. And when he's not speaking to right-wing Christians, he's speaking to former Bush administration officials who expect to soon be back in their old jobs.'

5. Probe: [Turkish PM] Erdogan knew Gaza flotilla would be violent
Files found on activists' laptops pointed to strong ties between the Islamist IHH movement and Turkey's prime minister.

By Anshel Pfeffer
Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan knew in advance that activists aboard a Gaza-bound aid flotilla planned to attack Israeli troops, Israeli intelligence officials have said.

In a report published this week, a group of independent investigators from Israel's intelligence community found that activists aboard the 'Mavi Marmara' were part of an organized group that was prepared for a violent conflict.

The report, published by the Intelligence and Terrorism Information Center (known in Israel by its Hebrew acronym Malam), said activists who attacked commandos with clubs and knives were supported by the Turkish government.

The report said while most of the Mavi Marmara's 500 passengers were humanitarian volunteers who underwent security checks before boarding the ship at Antalya in Turkey, a group of 40 IHH activists had boarded the ship in an Istanbul port beforehand, keeping apart from the rest of the passengers throughout the journey.

According to the report, the group turned the upper deck into its headquarters, blocking it off to other passengers. It had a clear internal hierarchy, with specific activists nominated as commanders.

As they had been banned from bringing wepaons aboard, IHH members improvised weapons including metal rods and knives cut from the ship's metal rails, which they used to attack the soldiers.

According to a witness aboard the ship, a confrontation broke out when the ship's crew heard IHH members sawing the railing into metal rods, but they were unable to confiscate them from them.

IHH activists also gathered all the knives from six cafeterias on the ship, as well as axes from fire extinguishers on the deck, all of which served as weapons against Israeli commandos .

Before the takeover, IHH ordered all other passengers into the hold of the ship and told them to remain there. Only journalists and security personnel were allowed access to the deck.

Files found on laptops owned by the IHH members pointed at strong ties between the movement and Turkey's prime minister. Some of the activists even said that Erdogan was personally involved in the flotilla's preparations.

An IHH journalist said during his investigation with Israeli security forces that "the Turks set a trap for you and you fell straight into it." He also said that the recent flotilla was the first in many.


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