Israel Today

Nethanyahu says Sanctions Against Iran are Not Working

Of course not. More here from TT


Sultan Knish

In the warm summer of 2011, a twenty-something Israeli named Daphne Leef set up a Facebook protest page agitating against the high cost of housing in Tel Aviv. She pitched a tent and helped touch off a social protest movement that received national and international attention.

While the protests were billed as grassroots, there was nothing grassroots about them. The protests had been organized and funded by the New Israel Fund. Daphne Leef worked as a video editor for the New Israel Fund.

In the winter of that same year, as the protests had died down, a woman named Tanya Rosenblit boarded a bus which runs through religiously hyper-conservative neighborhoods and staged an incident with the passengers. Rosenblit was dubbed an Israeli Rosa Parks and her stunt helped generate waves of articles about major social problems in Israel.

Rosenblit was associated with One Voice, an organization funded by the New Israel Fund, whose board included Alon Liel, the husband of New Israel Fund director Rachel Liel. Hardly had the NIF gotten through manufacturing one phony social protest movement than it was hard at work on another.

See the entire piece at Front Page Magazine in Soros Manufactured Chaos in Israel

Vlad Tepes:

BBC wins fight to keep Israel-Palestine bias report secret

Supreme Court says Balen Report is exempt from Freedom of Information rules

From the Tundra Tabloids:

Another day in Hamastan

The Israel Air Force attacked “centers of terror activity in the northern and southern Gaza Strip,”

From the Elder:

“Arab Like Me” (Lee Habeeb, NRO)

Arabs are just wannabe Jews, if it wasn’t for Islam. But  Habeeb doesn’t wanna go there….

Free Syrian Army just as hateful and bloodthirsty as Assad (CORRECTION – no, they aren’t)

As with all things in the Arab world, the choice is usually between the terrible and the atrocious.

Saudi Gazette ignores “apostate” story

The Saudi Gazette, which is part of the Okaz Arabic news service, has completely ignored the story aboutHamza Kashgari, the Saudi who now faces a death penalty for his tweets about Mohammed.

How Arab terrorists and despots use public relations firms

A very important article The Cutting Edge.

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  1. One day we may see an end to the Evil Empire of Hamas – but I don’t think this will happen during my time on Earth. Israel must remain strong as the rest of the World beats at her gates. We have no world leaders of any vision or moral repute – they are just power and money hungry lickspittles. Only Netanyahu remains steadfast and dependable – and he has the dogs of hell baying from within – be’ahavat Yisrael. Shalom

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