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A Tel Aviv day-trip shouldn’t be a crime | Seth Freedman
by Seth Freedman (Hija del Zion para Israel - Daughter of Zion for Israel)
Submitted at 6/28/2010 3:37:12 AM

Prosecuting Ilana Hammerman for taking three Palestinian girls to Tel Aviv will foment discord and do little to protect Israelis Despite government claims to the contrary, Israel’s borders are far from impenetrable to residents of the occupied Palestinian territories. The separation wall is only 60% complete, numerous ways to circumnavigate checkpoints exist throughout the West Bank, and poorly patrolled perimeters provide any would-be terrorist with ample opportunity for security breaches. It is an open secret that thousands of Palestinian labourers illegally cross into Israel every day seeking casual work, yet if Israel’s hawkish right is to believed, the only thing preventing a new wave of suicide attacks is an iron-fist policy towards Palestinians’ freedom of movement. Such a wilful distortion of reality is behind the scandalous police investigation of Ilana Hammerman, an Israeli journalist facing prosecution for violating the “law of entry into Israel”. Hammerman’s crime was to take three Palestinian girls on a day-trip to Tel Aviv, in an act of civil disobedience intended to highlight the injustice of Israel’s military occupation of the West Bank. In a moving article for Haaretz, she wrote of their fraught experience avoiding detection at the hands of border guards and police as she ferried her quarry around the sights of Tel Aviv and Jaffa. Even though they lived a mere hour’s drive away from the coast, the girls had never once seen the sea nor walked the streets of Israel’s largest city, thanks to the heavy restrictions imposed by the IDF.

Hammerman openly acknowledges her awareness of breaking the law, seemingly prepared for the consequences of admitting to her deeds in public: “I did not do this in rash defiance, but rather after much thought. Out of a need, that has become ever more pressing in the last years, to raise certain essential issues for in-depth public discussion in Israeli society”. In her eyes, her own liberty is worth sacrificing if it assists in the struggle to bring freedom to the millions of Palestinians held captive in their West Bank cantons. Her bold actions have, inevitably, incurred the wrath of groups on the Israeli right, including the Legal Forum for the Land of Israel(LFLI) – an organisation founded to fight for settler rights during the 2005 disengagement. LFLI filed a formal complaint with Israel’s attorney general, calling for Hammerman to be prosecuted for her violation of the law, beginning a process which could result in her spending up to two years in jail. According to LFLI director general Nachi Eyal, a prominent figure in the settler movement, “she wanted everyone to know that you can take Palestinians in against the law and lie to police officers and the army. I want to send a message that no citizen in Israel can take the law into his hands and if he does they have to pay”. Hammerman is an easy and convenient target for the likes of Nachi, despite her crimes paling by comparison to the countless Israeli businesses employing Palestinians illegally on a daily basis, including employers within West Bank settlements. For others, Hammerman’s defiant gesture is a laudable stand against the Israeli government’s inequitable policies. One Israeli activist working with Palestinian youth in the south Hebron hills describes her as “one of the great Israelis of our time” for her

tireless campaigning, with others rallying support for her cause via NGO networks across the country. Should the Israeli police take the bait and haul Hammerman over the coals for her actions, she will become another martyr in the vein of Ezra Nawi, whose heavy-handed treatment by the courts galvanised activists on the Israeli left who were horrified at the political bias displayed by the domestic authorities. Prosecuting Hammerman for her tame and harmless violations will only reinforce such a view, and will do nothing to protect the security of Israeli citizens in the process. The likes of Hammerman and Nawi are vital in the fight to foster contact and communication between ordinary civilians on either side of the IsraelPalestine divide, and their work prevents even more hatred and mistrust being fostered towards Israelis than currently exists. However, portraying them as traitors and self-haters is the preferred tactic of the Israeli right, who believe that divisive, discriminatory policies are the one and only way to safeguard Jewish rights in Israel. That their tactics have failed for years is of scant importance to those at the helm of the Israeli government. Fomenting tension and discord has left Israelis in constant danger for decades, but to Netanyahu and his merry men, robbing Palestinians of their rights to give succor to ultranationalist Israelis can never be bettered as a modus operandi. Flies in the ointment like Hammerman are a minor inconvenience, but no match for the clout and conviction of the hardline elements backing Israeli irredentism at home and abroad. Whatever happens to Hammerman, there needs to be a serious reevaluation of Palestinian rights in both the West Bank and Gaza, as much for Israelis’ wellbeing as that of their Palestinian neighbours.

Highlighting the unfairness of three girls’ caged existences is a vital way to raise Israeli awareness, but unless it sparks a nationwide debate it will fail to come close to achieving its goals. The tragedy of the Israel-Palestine imbroglio is that so few Israelis realise how counterproductive their government’s policies are, but with activists like Hammerman refusing to stay silent, there is still hope that the blinkers will fall from the public’s eyes before it is too late. • Comments on this article will remain open for 24 hours from the time of publication but may be closed overnight • Israel • Palestinian territories • Gaza • Human rights • Civil liberties – international • Middle East Seth Freedman guardian.co.uk© Guardian News & Media Limited 2010 | Use of this content is subject to our Terms & Conditions| More Feeds Hija del Zion para Israel Support Israel • Shavuot at Kodak Israel Shavuot at Kodak Israel... • Netanyahu: ‘Construction in Jerusalem will continue’ Netanyahu: 'Construction in Jerusalem will continue' In response to a question from MK Tzipi Hotovely, Prime Minister Netanyahu told the Likud fa... • US “regrets” that Israel singled out in treaty text UNITED NATIONS (Reuters) - The United States said on Friday it "deeply regrets" that the final declaration agreed by the 189 signatories of the nuclear Non-Prol... ... Original post source


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Dagan Dumped, Mossad Fixer Captured in Poland, Did Israelis Mean to Capture–Rather Than Kill–Al-Mabouh?
by Richard Silverstein (Hija del Zion para Israel - Daughter of Zion for Israel)
Submitted at 6/28/2010 12:46:08 AM

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Bibi dumps Dagan, top international spook (Nir Keidar) Newsweek has a fascinating article about the ongoing developments in the case of the Al-Mabouh assassination. Poland recently arrested an accused Mossad fixer when he attempted to enter the country. His arrest was requested by Germany because of the agent’s participation in a scheme to secure a passport for one of the Mossad agents who murdered Al-Mabouh. Israel has protested the arrest and asked Poland to return him to Israel and German to quash its extradition request. It will be a test of international resolve to see whether Germany and Poland have the courage of their convictions and go forward with this process. If they wish to honor the concept of accountability and national sovereignty which was violated by the Israeli “hit,” then they must not acceded to Israeli pressure. We’ll see if they do. Frankly, I’m a bit surprised that the Mossad would allow agents implicated in the Dubai assassination to return to their normal hunting grounds. Wouldn’t you think they’d keep those individuals under wraps for a time until the dust settled? To me, this is yet another mark of the Israeli intelligence apparatus’ disconnect from reality–at least reality outside Israel. The world doesn’t appreciate what the Mossad did in Dubai. England expelled the agency’s station chief. Ireland and Australia did as well. Yet Israel somehow thinks it got a wink and a nod and that the whole thing

will blow over. I don’t think that’s the case. I wonder whether the arrest of the agent in Poland may have something to do with Bibi Netanyahu’s decision, announced yesterday, that Meir Dagan, the Mossad’s director, will not be reappointed to his job. I was amused by the fact that one of the candidates being bruited about is none other than Yuval Diskin, the current Shin Bet director. It appears that beating up Israeli Palestinian citizens and criminalizing the legal political activity of Israeli Palestinian leaders stands one in good stead to become Israel’s top international spook. The passage from this article that really pricked my ears was this: Official and unofficial spy aficionados are still puzzled over why Israel would ruin its previously friendly relationship with authorities in a key Gulf emirate, and blow the identities of so many undercover operatives, just to eliminate an obscure Hamas operative. One theory gaining support among intelligence experts is that Mossad’s intent was to drug and kidnap Mabhouh, and then try to use him in a trade for Gilad

Shalit, an Israeli soldier held hostage in Gaza by Hamas. But the Israelis, according to this theory, may have overdosed their target on knockout drops. While a theory gaining support among anonymous intelligence experts doesn’t carry much journalistic weight, it is a suggestive one. It does seem especially stupid for Israel to expose half its covert ops personnel and render them unusable in future in their former capacity. Not to mention the international opprobrium that has attached to Israel for the murder, the loss of all those stations chiefs, and harm done to its relations with all the countries whose passports and citizens were abused. Not to mention the exposure of how the agency handles financing of its international ops. While Israel has a long and honored tradition of knocking off Hamas operatives, it also has a long tradition of kidnapping Palestinians and Lebanese to use as poker chips in negotiations for the release of Israeli prisoners. So it’s hard to say which motivation was more likely at play in Dubai. Related articles by Zemanta • Mossad boss heads for exit after

"Masked men" again set UNRWA camp on fire
by Elder of Ziyon (Hija del Zion para Israel - Daughter of Zion for Israel)
Submitted at 6/28/2010 3:09:00 AM

From Ma’an: A second UNRWA summer camp facility was burned Monday morning, with camp officials saying some 25 masked men entered the An-Nusseriat camp and assaulted the guards. A statement from UNRWA said the summer camp’s guards were “physically assaulted and handcuffed,” but not injured Eyewitnesses accounts confirmed the UNRWA report, with locals saying

vandals broke into the camp and tied up security guards, then setting fire to equipment inside the facility. “It looks like serious damage,” one resident said. The UNRWA statement did not comment on the extent of the damages caused by the fire, but the agency’s Director of Operations in Gaza, John Ging noted that “the overwhelming success of UNRWA’s Summer Games has once again obviously frustrated those that are intolerant of children’s happiness.” Hamas considers UNRWA summer camps to be way too liberal, as they do not explicitly incite campers to

hate nor are they paramilitary training for a future terrorist career. That’s why they set up their own alternative camps based on the Quran and paramilitary training. UNRWA is never going to accuse Hamas of being behind these acts of arson, though. Hija del Zion para Israel Support Israel • Part 1: The Book of Zohar – Selections, chapter “Shmot”, item 60, lesson 5 Lecturer: Rav Michael LaitmanDate: 2010-04-13Text: ENG 0.15MB... • Hamas, Israel, and the Gaza flotilla: seven facts you need to know Amid a

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Hamas: "Four years on, we still have Gilad"
by Suzanne (Hija del Zion para Israel - Daughter of Zion for Israel)
Submitted at 6/28/2010 3:33:00 AM

Hamas “celebrates” the caputre of Gilad Shalit with a new animation: A commenter below this video correctly says:“goody….supporting a war? crime”. He received the following reply by the one who published the animation: “As a non-state actor, Hamas is not obligated under international law to allow representatives of the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) to visit captured Israeli soldier Gilad Shalit, a senior ICRC official was quoted as saying on Friday.” “Pierre Dorbes, the deputy head of the ICRC’s mission in Israel and the occupied? territories made this remark in the course of a lengthy interview with Haaretz reporter Amira Hass.”" I do not know where he got this quote from, but I found the original article in Haaretz: Pierre Dorbes: “We remind Hamas of its humanitarian obligation to dignified conditions. In order to evaluate this,

we suggested a number of times that we visit Shalit. We also suggested that he be allowed to communicate with his family via letters. They refused. Hamas is a non-state party to the conflict. As such, it is not obligated to allow family visits or visits by the Red Cross, but it is obligated to make family ties possible.” If Pierre Dorbes is right, then neither Israel has to treat non-Israeli Arab prisoners as POWs. But is Pierre Dorbes correct when stating that Shalit cannot be entitled to the status of POW? BtSelem states: “Regardless of the question of the legality of the seizure or status of the person who is seized, international humanitarian law states that every person is entitled to be treated humanely and in a dignified manner by the opposing side, whatever the circumstances. Prisoners of war are entitled to a variety of other rights, among them to right to receive visits by the ICRC. Given that Shalit is entitled to the status of POW, denial of his right to these visits also constitutes a flagrant breach of international law. Moreover, the

refusal to allow visits and cutting Shalit off totally from the outside world raise the grave suspicion that he is being treated improperly, in particular regarding the medical treatment he has, or has not, received for his injury. For these reasons, the Hamas leadership, as the persons holding actual control of the security apparatuses in the Gaza Strip, has the duty to act order to bring about Shalit’s unconditional release immediately. Until his release, the persons holding him must treat him humanely and enable representatives of the ICRC to visit him.” Although it is still unclear to me on which grounds Gilad Shalit is entitled to a POW-status (as Hamas is a nonstate party), for sure the way he is being treated now is a war crime: “seizing a person (civilian or combatant) and holding him forcibly with the objective of pressuring the other side to meet certain demands is absolutely prohibited, and is considered hostage taking. This act is much more grievous when it is accompanied by a threat to kill or injure the hostage if the hostagetakers’ demands are not met.

Furthermore, breach of the prohibition is deemed a war crime, for which everyone involved in the act bears criminal responsibility. The circumstances in which Shalit was abducted and has been held clearly indicate that he was taken hostage.” Hija del Zion para Israel Support Israel • Sweden to boycott Israeli cargoes Sweden to boycott Israeli cargoes A Swedish union says that it will protest Israel's handling of the flotilla of fools by refusing to unload Isr... • Israel’s Most Illicit Affair A new book reveals that Israel's secret relationship with apartheid South Africa went far deeper than previously understood. BY GLENN FRANKEL | MAY 24, 2010 His... ... • Holocaust/Genocide Tribute montage to Never Again by Wu Tang Clan A photograph montage I made for a Yom Hashoah event. Not just of the Holocaust but also of more recent genocides.... Original post source

Hamas advertises for its summer camp by vandalizing competing UN camp
by Robert (Hija del Zion para Israel - Daughter of Zion for Israel)
Submitted at 6/28/2010 6:00:39 AM

Hamas advertises for its summer camp by vandalizing competing UN camp They did it last month, too. Details of the earlier attack here. “UN summer camp in Gaza vandalized,” by Ibrahim Barzak for AP, June 28: GAZA CITY, Gaza Strip — Two dozen masked men vandalized a U.N. summer camp for children in Gaza early Monday, burning and slashing tents, toys and a plastic swimming pool. It was the second such attack in just over a month. There was no immediate claim of responsibility for the attack, but Islamic extremists have accused the main U.N. aid agency here of corrupting Gaza’s youth with its summer program of games, sports and human rights lessons for 250,000 children. The U.N.’s main competitor in running summer camps is the ruling Islamic militant Hamas movement,

which says it reaches some 100,000 children. The Hamas camps teach Islam and military-style marching, along with swimming and horseback riding. “The Hamas camps teach Islam”? Did AP just say that? Did they forget that we’re supposed to believe that Hamas teaches a twisted, hijacked version of the Religion of Peace™, which is absolutely benign in all its Western manifestations? In a statement on Monday’s attack, the U.N. said about two dozen armed and masked men targeted a seaside camp in central Gaza, one of dozens of U.N. sites across the Palestinian territory. The assailants tied up an unarmed guard, then tried to set fire to two tents and a perimeter fence made from tarp-like material. Wielding knives, they slashed a plastic swimming pool, blow-up slide and toys. Of course, the UN blames Israel: John Ging, the local U.N. chief, called it a “cowardly and despicable” attack and said the site would be

rebuilt quickly. Hamas police condemned the attack and said it was investigating. Ging said the attack was the latest sign of growing levels of extremism in Gaza. He said it provides further evidence “of the urgency to change the circumstances on the ground that are generating such extremism.”… U.N. camps have been targeted by suspected Islamic extremists since their launch in 2007…. In recent months, Hamas has become increasingly assertive in trying to impose its strict version of Islam on everyday life in Gaza. However, the Islamists have also avoided open confrontation with the U.N. Relief and Works Agency, which provides services for twothirds of Gaza’s 1.5 million people. The U.N. avoids contact with Hamas, which is internationally shunned as a terror group. At least for now. Posted by Robert on June 28, 2010 6:00 AM | 1 Comment Print this entry

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Flights from Tel Aviv to Eilat
by admin (Hija del Zion para Israel - Daughter of Zion for Israel)
Submitted at 6/28/2010 4:17:34 AM

El Al Israel Airlines today inaugurated a domestic route to Eilat, with tickets starting at NIS 99 one way. Flights will be made with 136seat Boeing 737s that will depart from Ben Gurion Airport’s Terminal 1. El Al CEO Eliezer Shkedi said, “This is a breakthrough and good news for tourists entering and leaving Israel. El Al’s scheduled flight, inaugurated today for the first time, will boost the number of number of tourists, improve service, and bring the periphery closer to the center of the country to everyone’s benefit. We believe that El Al’s regular service between Tel Aviv and Eilat will substantially boost both domestic and international tourism to Eilat.” To serve Israelis and tourists making follow-on flights to El Al’s international destinations, the airline will provide shuttles between Terminal 1 and the international terminal, Terminal 3, at Ben Gurion Airport. Check-in for the follow-on flights will be carried out at Eilat Airport. To mark the first month of the

launch, El Al is offering special single-segment fares of NIS 189 based on a booklet of 14 midweek flights for residents of central Israel, and NIS 149 per segment for residents of Eilat who buy the 14midweek flights booklet El Al is not yet offering marketbreaking fares to Eilat. Although both Arkia Airlines Ltd. and Israir Airlines and Tourism Ltd. charge up to NIS 400 one-way fares to Eilat, they both make dozens of flights every day between Ben Gurion Airport and Eilat, compared with three daily flights by El Al. In addition, Arkia CEO Gadi Tepper launched the Arkia Express service a few months ago, which offers starting fares at NIS 80, not including luggage costs, for advance reservations. The options: Airlines flying between Tel Aviv and Eilat Arkia: Offers flights every couple of hours between Eilat and Tel Aviv’s domestic Sde Dov Airport as well as two/three a day from Ben Gurion Airport Israir: Offers slightly less flights, but still very regular through the day between Eilat and Sde Dov, as well as less frequent flights to Ben Gurion Airport. El Al: New to the domestic market, El Al is now flying two/three times a

day between Ben Gurion Airport and Eilat. These flights have been designed to fit in with their international schedules and the extra Eilat leg is heavily discounted for passengers flying onwards after taking an El Al flight to Israel. [via Globes] Hija del Zion para Israel Support Israel • Pakistan: Christians, not Muslims, arrested following attack on Christians Pakistan: Christians, not Muslims, arrested following attack on C h r i s t i a n s . . . • 3D MENORAH 2 mold set Religious Candy Mold Chocolate Size: 5 1/4 x 4 1/4 x 2 3/4deep Weight: 6.6All of our molds are FDA approved.Our Chocolate Candy Molds are also suitable for molding soap, plaster and cement.This mold is 8 X 10 1/4 .Not suitable fo... • The Fifth Cup Haggadah Product DescriptionJews and non-Jews alike can learn the significance and symbology of the fifth cup, Elijah's cup, in the coming Kingdom as the prophecies of old come to fruition. Assists non-Jew... Original post source

Switzerland: Police head wants jihadists better monitored
by Esther (Hija del Zion para Israel - Daughter of Zion for Israel)
Submitted at 6/28/2010 3:32:00 AM

Berlin: Anarchists harassing Muslims for supporting Germany’s team
by Esther (Hija del Zion para Israel - Daughter of Zion for Israel)
Submitted at 6/28/2010 4:45:00 AM

Berlin: Anarchists harassing Muslims for supporting Germany’s team Leftist anarchists in Berlin have reportedly been harassing Muslim immigrants showing their support for the German football team during the World Cup, tearing down national flags and even setting one on fire. This article was prepared by the Islam in Europe blog – islamineurope.blogspot.com The leftists have been particularly aggressive in the city’s Neukölln district, home to many residents of Turkish and Arabic heritage, daily Der Tagesspiegel reported on Monday. Here they have made a point of destroying and removing Germany flags hanging outside shops and vehicles because they believe the proud patriotism hearkens back to the ugly nationalism of the Third Reich, the paper said. A group calling itself “Kommando Kevin-Prince Boateng” posted a notice on the website Indymedia calling on leftists to “capture” all

Germany flags across the country. The name refers to the Berlin-born footballer, who is playing for Ghana at the world cup and knocked German team captain Michael Ballack out of the tournament with a brutal foul in the FA Cup final in May. One Arab-German family has sparked their ire by hanging a giant Germany flag on their Sonnenallee building in support of the football team during the World Cup. Ibrahim Bassal, who owns a mobile phone shop in the district, told daily Berliner Morgenpost on Saturday that since he and his cousin hoisted the flag they have had several uncomfortable encounters with the local leftists. “During the day people from the leftwing scene come by and insult us,” Bassal said. “Am I not allowed to be proud of Germany?” (…) “They see us as immigrants,” he said. “They don’t understand that Germans who aren’t from Germany would defend Germany.” Both Bassal and Mohammed told Berliner Morgenpost that they are incredulous they have to defend hanging a German flag to native Germans. Though the store owner’s entire

family have been citizens for many years, the leftists believe immigrants must remain foreigners, he added. Meanwhile many of the residents of Arab or Turkish descent who live in the multicultural district are defending the huge flag and continuing to show their support, the paper reported. ( more) Source: The Local Hija del Zion para Israel Support Israel • Creation – Light and Dark Mezuzah Case Image taken on 200609-19 22:49:19 by Carly & Art.... • Mohammed ist nicht Machmadim (Bibel/Tanach Hohelied Salomo) Muslims behaupten immer wieder im Hohelied Salomos würde Mohammed erwähnt, weil dort das Wort Machmadim vorkommt. Leider muss ich sie enttäuschen, denn dieses Wort hat ... • World’s Most Dangerous Dreidel – 3 Project of Synagogue B'Nai Shalom V'Tikvah in Ajax Ontario. Final spin of the world's most dangerous (and hopefully tallest) dreidel - December 21, 2006.... Original post source

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Palin rips Obama for his treatment of Netanyahu
by Carl in Jerusalem (Hija del Zion para Israel - Daughter of Zion for Israel)
Submitted at 6/28/2010 1:02:00 AM

Do Newspapers ‘Support’ Terror?
by Honest Reporting (Hija del Zion para Israel - Daughter of Zion for Israel)
Submitted at 6/28/2010 7:08:24 AM

Palin rips Obama for his treatment of Netanyahu At a speech in front of hundreds of paying patrons in Norfolk, Virginia on Sunday night, former Alaska governor and Republican Vice Presidential nominee Sarah Palin ripped President Obama for his treatment of Israeli Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu. Sarah Palin on Sunday painted US President Barack Obama’s administration as a cowering giant intent on surrendering the nation’s mantle as a superpower and willing to sell out its allies. The former John McCain running mate addressed a paying audience of several hundred people in Norfolk and accused Obama of selling out Israel in over its naval blockade of Gaza and treating Prime Minister Binaymin Netanyahu shabbily. … “Do they think, really, that we’re getting anything in return for all this bowing and kowtowing and apologizing? No, we don’t get anything positive in return for this,” Palin said at the event spearheaded by a Norfolk talk radio station. “So while President Obama is getting pushed around by the likes of Russia and China, our allies are left to wonder about the value of an alliance with our country any more. They’re asking what is it worth,” she said.

Palin, former Virginia Sen. George Allen and Iran-Contra figure Oliver North, who ran for a Virginia Senate seat and lost, each took turns decrying what they said was the deterioration of US military might and will under Obama’s watch. Palin said that Obama and an allied Democratic Congress had cut military spending while showing no such restraint on other expenditures, running up trillions in new deficits. Go get ‘em Sarahcudda. Heh. posted by Carl in Jerusalem @ 11:02 AM Hija del Zion para Israel Support Israel • Ashkenazi charoset — All the pecans are on top, added last, so they

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Reuters’ lying caption
by Elder of Ziyon (Hija del Zion para Israel - Daughter of Zion for Israel)
Submitted at 6/28/2010 6:08:00 AM

Over the weekend, Gazans were dismayed about the shutdown of the Gaza power plant. Hamas and Fatah pointed fingers at each other about this, and so far the plant is still not on line. Israel is willing to send the fuel needed but no one is paying for it. So, Gazans protested the shutdown on Friday night. From Getty Images: Palestinian girls hold candles during a march in protest against the lack of fuel to Gaza’s power station, and the continued power outages in the city, on June 25, 2010 in Gaza City. Reuters has pictures of the very same girls at the very same protest – but it represents the protest in far different terms: Palestinian children hold candles during a protest in Gaza City

calling for an end to Israel’s blockade on the Gaza Strip June 25, 2010. Of course, Reuters cannot fathom that any Palestinian Arab protest would be against anyone besides Israel. Besides, Reuters has spent years making Israel look as evil as possible while minimizing Hamas

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Law and order, Hamas style
by Elder of Ziyon (Hija del Zion para Israel - Daughter of Zion for Israel)
Submitted at 6/28/2010 5:12:00 AM

Yesterday, Hamas police forcibly took money from the Islamic Bank in Gaza City, claiming that they were enforcing a court order. All Gaza banks are closed today in protest. Meanwhile, Hamas had arrested Dr. Juma Al Sakka, director of public relations at the Ministry of Health in Gaza, five days ago without charge. Dr. al-Sakka’s wife and children protested, with his wife – a lawyer named Hanan – going on a hunger strike in front of Hamas’ headquarters. So Hamas beat her and arrested Hanan and the rest of the family. Good luck finding any outrage among the Western intelligentsia about these stories, the types of which happen pretty much every day.

Hija del Zion para Israel Support Israel • The Shame Of Israel: Rahm’s Tight Security Bar Mitzvah The latest news about the Bar Mitzvah of Zach Emanuel is that he went up to the Western Wall alone, without his father as is customary. Israeli and American sec... ... • Five-year-old Ukrainian boy slaughtered by Muslim shouting "Allahu akbar" Five-year-old Ukrainian boy slaughtered by Muslim shouting "Allahu akbar" ... • Dichters Assistant Injured by Gunshots in South Israel Palestinian sniper opens fire at internal security ministers entourage during tour near Kibbutz Nir Am in southern Israel, lightly to moderately wounding one of his advisors. Hamas, gro... Original post source

Jan Schakowsky Deserves Pro-Israel Support
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Rep. Jan Schakowsky (D-IL) is a good friend of Israel who deserves our enthusiastic support over selfproclaimed Tea Party Republican Joel Pollack. Maybe I’m ol… Hija del Zion para Israel Support Israel • Child Holocaust survivor describes escape from mass execution Solomon (Sjema) Feigerson was born in 1930 in Liepaja, Latvia, the middle of three sons. His older brother Hanoch was killed in June 1941, in defense of the town agains... • Christiane Amanpour could not get Tariq Ramadan to condemn stoning of women for whatever reason Garden-variety European leftism," wrote the New Yorker's George Packer. On CNN, Christiane Amanpour could not get him to "condemn out of hand stoning of women for whatever reason so called

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Chavez denounces Israel as a ‘genocidal’ government
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Report: Turkish airspace closed to Israel
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AP Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez denounced Israel as a “genocidal” government yesterday as he hosted Syrian President Bashar Assad on his first visit to Lati… Hija del Zion para Israel Support Israel • You are Guilty of Not Being Liked by the Government The tax code has countless thousands of pages which we are responsible for, again under penalty of law and imprisonment. Its job is to make the tax law as confusing as possible for a purpose -not o... • Netherlands: ‘Silent Muslim majority is slowly waking up’ Netherlands: 'Silent Muslim majority is slowly waking up'This was sent out Friday, I didn't realize it didn't go through.-------------There is a silent

Muslim majority which is slowly beginning to sti... • Iran’s opposition leader says mullahs are misunderstanders of Islam Iran's opposition leader says mullahs are misunderstanders of I s l a m . . . Original post source

By SUZAN FRASER AP ANKARA, Turkey — Turkey’s prime minister is quoted as saying Monday that his country has closed its airspace to Israeli flights following a… Hija del Zion para Israel Support Israel • D’var Torah – B’haalot’cha: This Passage Is Out of Place by Yoel H. Kahn(Originally published in Ten Minutes of Torah and Reform Voices of Torah) This week's Torah portion, B'haalot'cha, begins with the instructions for the lifting up of "the...... • Denmark: 200-400 al-Shabaab supporters Denmark: 200-400 alShabaab supportersIt is estimated that

200-400 Somalis in Denmark support the terror organization al-Shabaab. A large group of Somalis who oppose it suffer from threats and intimi... • POY Image taken on 2009-12-03 02:44:41 by plasmastik.... Original post source

Daily Telegraph Can’t Find New Photos of Suffering Gazans?
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Why is the Daily Telegraph recycling photos of suffering Gazans? Take a good look at the image used in this update. This photo was originally taken in January, 2009, during Operation Cast Lead.

Is the Telegraph recycling photos because Gaza isn’t really suffering as much as they’d like you to believe? Hija del Zion para Israel Support Israel • Muslim student who admitted support for Jewish genocide now says, “Death to Israel” Muslim student who admitted support for Jewish genocide now says, "Death to I s r a e l " . . .

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Seven Israeli Arabs charged in attacks
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Part 2: The Book of Zohar – Selections, chapter "Vayetze", item 167, lesson 11
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by RonAlmog Seven Israeli Arabs charged in attacks Israel’s internal security service says seven Israeli Arabs inspired by alQaeda have been indicted in the killing of an Israeli cab driver and other attacks. Read more on The Age Hija del Zion para Israel Support Israel

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Dance Some acquaintances of mine recently told me about how wonderful it was to go to what is known as the "Israeli fo... • How To Choose An Israeli Talit Online | about talit by MHZmaster How To Choose An Israeli Talit Online What is Tallit? Basically Tallit is a garment worn by the Jews which is fringed. The garment fulfills the commandment that Jews hav...

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Israel’s MA Pays $1 Billion for US Herbicide Maker
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Makhteshim Agan Industries, an agrochemical company based in Israel, will buy Albaugh, a maker of herbicide based in Iowa, for about $1 billion. The company, al… Hija del Zion para Israel Support Israel • Israel’s War of Independence (War and Conflict in the Middle East) Israel's War of Independence (War and Conflict in the Middle East) Rating: (out of reviews) List Price: $ 29.25 Price: $ 19.99 Am Yisrael Chai! - Happy Independence D... • The Mishnah: A New Translation Product Description"The Mishna", a six-part codification of oral rabbinic

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Christian and it is a good deed to kill you. My Allah will be very happy if I k i l l y o u . " . . . • What Israel could use right now What Israel could use right now In an earlier post, I noted the isolation that we're feeling here in Israel right

now. Interestingly, this weeken... Original post source