Gee, and you thought nobody would ever ask why?
Former director of the CIA R. James Woolsey takes the Obama administration to task for its insistence that their beÂ no Jews in a future ‘Palestinian state,’ something that even Salam Fayyad did not advocate at the Aspen Institute’s Ideas Festival this past July. Carl has more>>
“This warped document… written by this warped committee undermines Israel’s right to self defence. This report encourages terror and endangers the peace,” he said, repeating comments he made at the annual UN General Assembly.
“I want to make it clear — Israel will not take any chances for peace if it can’t defend itself,” he said. More>>
Exercise the veto, loudly: United States must ax anti-Israel report at the UN
The execrable Goldstone Report – accusingÂ Israel of war crimes for daring to defend itself from terrorists hellbent on its destruction – will be debated in theÂ UN Security Council this week. Read more
3rd “Intifadah” a fizzler H/T Carl
Haaretz reports that Hamas was unsuccessful in bringing out many demonstrators to ‘protect al-Aqsa’ over the weekend despite an entire week of incitement by Hamas and by the Islamic Movement’s Northern Front.Â Here’s why:
That’s right, folks. Everything you’ve read about the palestinians is fabricated, embellished, tricked up, falsified and exaggerated. Read it all, here>>
Arab clerics follow the call to jihad against the Jews 1948
The Muslim Claim to Jerusalem
By Daniel Pipes
Where does Jerusalem fit in Islam and Muslim history? It is not the place to which they pray, is not once mentioned by name in prayers, and it is connected to no mundane events in Muhammad’s life. The city never served as capital of a sovereign Muslim state, and it never became a cultural or scholarly center. Little of political import by Muslims was initiated there.
One comparison makes this point most clearly: Jerusalem appears in the Jewish Bible 669 times and Zion (which usually means Jerusalem, sometimes the Land of Israel) 154 times, or 823 times in all. The Christian Bible mentions Jerusalem 154 times and Zion 7 times. In contrast, the columnist Moshe Kohn notes, Jerusalem and Zion appear as frequently in the Qur’an “as they do in the Hindu Bhagavad-Gita, the Taoist Tao-Te Ching, the Buddhist Dhamapada and the Zoroastrian Zend Avesta”â€”which is to say, not once.2
“Holy mosque?” My ass, that’s what these Pali Arabs are thinking, because they pray towards Mecca, not towards the mosque…
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