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India: Muslims cut off professor’s hand over months-old test question about punctuation
by Marisol (Hija del Zion para Israel - Daughter of Zion for Israel)
Submitted at 7/5/2010 3:24:43 PM

India: Muslims cut off professor’s hand over months-old test question about punctuation The question? Supply the punctuation for a narrative that included a character named Mohammad being asked: “Why are you calling God, God, God….” Clearly, the standards for an excuse to attack a non-believer were not particularly high, if that trumped-up act of “blasphemy” demanded a severed hand in return — and it appears from the article below that the attackers tried for more than that. An update on this story. “Kerala, hand severed of Christian Professor accused of blasphemy,” by Nirmala Carvalho for Asia News, July 5: Ernakulam (AsiaNews) – A group of unknown assailants severed the hand and the right arm of a university professor accused of defaming Mohammed months ago. The execution took place yesterday morning in Muvattupuzha, Ernakulam district (Kerala). Sajan K George, president of the Global Council of Indian Christians condemns this “barbaric act” and recalls that “Sharia is not the law of India.” According to the police, Prof. TJ Joseph, was returning with his family from Sunday service when a group of people in a Maruti Omni van drew up beside him stopping him close to home. After forcing Joseph to get out of his car, they attacked him with knives and swords, then cut off his

hand and right arm throwing them away after about 200 meters. The professor was immediately transported to a hospital in Muvattupuzha and then to another specialized in surgery, where doctors are trying to mend his severed hand. The professor has also suffered deep wounds to his body and is in need of plastic surgery. Joseph, Kerala, a professor at Newman’s College, Thodupuzha, is free on bail. Last March he had prepared a questionnaire for examinations in the private college and according to the Muslims had included questions offensive to Muhammad. Due to a series of protests by Islamic groups, he was suspended from school. Later, Joseph publicly apologized for his “unintentional error”. Joseph’s mother said that in recent months her son continued to receive threats. Meanwhile, the police found the van of the attackers, empty, and “the vehicle registration number is false,” said police inspector P.P. Shams. Some of the detained are activists of the Popular Front of India, a right wing Muslim group, formerly called the National Development Front, which is very strong in Kerala. Joseph’s sister, Mary Stella, says that “the assailants destroyed the window of our car and pulled out my brother to execute him. My poor mother, who was in the car with us, witnessed the crime”. The Minister of Education, M.A. Baby has condemned the incident, expressing his displeasure because some have turned the issue of the

exam questionnaire into a matter of religious conflict. Sajan K. George, president of the Global Council of India (Gcoi), condemned the “barbaric act” and demands that “the attackers are brought to justice soon. I hope that – as usually happens – the complaint will not disappear in police records because of threats from Islamic militants in Kerala. “ Sajan K. George gives voice to the whole civil society which “expresses sorrow for these attacks by Muslims against Christians in Kerala. It should be noted that Islamic law is not the law of our country”.According to the Gcoi president Kerala is witnessing a growth of Islamic extremism: “Christian schools are often targeted on the headscarf issue or another issue and unfortunately many schools succumb under pressure. The design of these militants is to provoke peaceful Christian communities and provoke a civil war. The rapid growth of the Muslim population and their influence in elections is increasing safety concerns for Christians throughout the country”. The attack against Joseph has been condemned by several Muslim organizations, including the Indian Union Muslim League (Iuml) and the Jama’at-e-Islami, which calls for a significant response against the culprits. Panakad Hyderali Shiyab Thangal, supreme leader of Iuml, has asked that the perpetrators be prosecuted harshly. And referring to the questionnaire compiled by Joseph, said: “An error can not be corrected by another mistake”. The indicted questionnaire however

did not include anything that could be construed as against the Muslim religion. The authorities of Newman College, told AsiaNews that in the test, Prof. Joseph tells the story of a fishmonger who, despite hard work, becomes increasingly poor. The monger’s name is Mohammad In his desperation, he spoke to God and also asked his brother why his fortunes were dwindling. His brother told Mohammed:”Why are you calling God, God, God….” Students were asked to specify the punctuation of the narrative. Posted by Marisol on July 5, 2010 3:24 PM | 1 Comment Print this entry | Email this entry | Digg this | del.icio.us | Hija del Zion para Israel Support Israel • The Hebrew Hammer trailer The Hebrew Hammer trailer... • Septet maintains power to extend freeze Septet maintains power to extend freeze The Ministerial Legislation Committee handed Prime Minister Netanyahu a victory on Sunday when it voted 8... • Jewish Renaissance in the Russian Revolution ISBN13: 9780674035102Condition: NEWNotes: Brand New from Publisher. No Remainder Mark. Product Description Between 1917 and 1921, as revolution convulsed Russia, Jewish intellectuals and writers a... Original post source

Saudi man almost married his "breast sister"
by Elder of Ziyon (Hija del Zion para Israel - Daughter of Zion for Israel)
Submitted at 7/5/2010 5:18:00 PM

Firas Press reports on a man who was very close to marrying his own “sister.” A 30-year old man from the Asir region had already booked the banquet hall and sent out the invitations, when an aunt contacted him and told him that his late mother had nursed his fiancée many years before. According to Islam, that

maker her his “breast sister” and he is therefore forbidden from marrying her. The man said he’d be especially careful to make sure he doesn’t make that mistake for his next bride. In a related story, Saudi feminists threatened to take advantage of the recent fatwa that suggested that Saudi women should breastfeed their drivers in order to avoid them being illegally alone with their female passengers in the car by making the male drivers their “sons.” They proposed that they would go through

with the fatwa’s recommendations and breastfeed these men, unless the Saudi authorities allow women to drive! (h/t Ali for translation help) Hija del Zion para Israel Support Israel • And You Shall Know« Where is our million man march? My Short Story: MATZA » And You Shall Know By Yoel - Posted: ?' ????? ?'??"? (Tuesday, March 23, 2010) Save & Share - Leave a Comment Acc... • Swedish cartoonist attacked by

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Rightist Ben Gurion Professor Derails Faculty Candidacy of Peace Activist
by Richard Silverstein (Hija del Zion para Israel - Daughter of Zion for Israel)
Submitted at 7/5/2010 5:48:25 PM

Assaf Oron is a research statistician at the University of Washington. He is also an Israeli peace and human rights activist who blogs at Daily Kos, the Villages Group, and was a IDF sarban, refusing to serve in the Occupied Territories. Before he was named to his current academic post, he applied for a tenure track position as a statistician in Ben Gurion University’s department of industrial engineering. He was told a year ago he was the department’s top candidate. What he did not reckon was that his candidacy would generate a firestorm of controversy due to the machinations of a far-right member of the department nominations committee. Prof. Israel David publicized internal departmental deliberations to smear BGU job candidate Prof. Israel David is an industrial engineer who teaches operations research at BGU. He was a major in the IDF before he retired after 11 years of service, and lives in an Orthodox suburb of Tel Aviv. He has worked for the Israeli defense industry and a significant portion of his research is funded by either the IDF or military contractors. Prof. David’s political screeds are published regularly by Daniel PipesCampus Watch-type groups in Israel called Israel Academia Monitor and Isracampus. They taken upon themselves the weighty responsibility of ridding Israeli campuses of Arabloving, Israel-hating faculty like Dr. Oron. David’s views are also congenial to another far-right Israeli gang which targets Israeli academics with progressive political views, Im Tirzu. Once David caught wind of Oron’s candidacy he went into high gear. Sitting on the department appointments committee, he lobbied his colleagues hard to deny the former the position. In meetings, he noted Oron’s political engagements and cited them as grounds for not hiring him. It rapidly became clear the the department chair, Dr. Gadi Rabinowitz that David was biased against the candidate and would not restrict his consideration to academicprofessional criteria alone. So Rabinowitz disbanded the appointment committee, created a new one and left David out of it. This infuriated the latter. He went to the media. He placed a story in Globes, the Israeli Wall Street Journal, in September 2009 for which he was an anonymous source. The article called Oron “a second Neve Gordon.” This was shortly after Prof. Gordon wrote a controversial op-ed in the Los

Angeles Times supporting the global BDS movement. After the latter published his article, the University’s president publicly invited Gordon to quit his position, which he uncooperatively refused to do. Prof. Rivka Carmi explicitly stated that academic freedom did not give a professor the right to support such an enterprise which posed a danger to the State of Israel. Undoubtedly, Prof. David was emboldened by Carmi’s attacks on Gordon and saw an opportunity to continue the controversy by opening a second front against Oron. But that first Globes story did not drum up the brouhaha that the engineering professor expected so he wrote his own story under his own name at the News1 site. In it, he quoted from confidential internal committee deliberations about Dr. Oron’s record, including his political views. Here is just a nugget: The department chair summarized the proceedings by saying that Dr. Oron matched the position’s professional requirements but that he suffers from other “personality problems” [so reads the transcript of the meeting]. The committee asked one of the senior members of the department to take advantage of his summer sabbatical in the U.S. by speaking with Oron and asking whether he’d be willing to restrain his political activism in order to better assimilate into the department. In most universities (though apparently not BGU), this is among the most sensitive functions that faculty members and a department can perform. Such transcripts are treated with sensitivity and guarded jealously. In most universities where I have studied or worked, publishing such material publicly would be grounds for disciplinary action. Not so Ben Gurion. Apparently there, faculty can skewer job candidates, smear their reputation, dredge up personal matters and political involvement, and use them as ground

for denying someone a job. In his article David levels a full frontal assault on the notion of confidentiality and claims that the concept violates court rulings. I have never heard of any such ruling either here in the U.S. or Israel and I’m reasonably certain that no court has ever ruled that enforcing confidentiality in such circumstances is a violation of law. Further, he argues that non-academic and even political considerations are rightfully within the purview of such committee discussions. In fact, I believe that David is here daring the University to either discipline him or take legal action against him. Which of course it would never do. A University dean confirmed to me that no disciplinary action is contemplated against David. I also find it astonishing that an academic department would ask a job candidate to restrain his private political statements. What business is that of anyone either in academia or outside? Does this department and Ben Gurion as a whole not cringe in embarrassment at the thought that such a discussion occurred during deliberations concerning the hiring of a faculty member? The University’s response to David’s onslaught against Dr. Oron was to claim that it “does not compromise the privacy of candidates.” Which of course ignores the fact that a duly appointed member of a University committee did just that. At no time during any of this madness did the University or department make any attempt to reach out to Oron, explain to him what was happening, or seek to mollify his concerns about the attack on his reputation. It never defended him personally or encouraged him in any way. In addition, David accused the University of Washington lecturer of “disseminating hate against Israel” and comparing the IDF and its officers with Nazis. In truth, it was IDF officers themselves who made the comparison in a 2002 Haaretz

article in anticipation of Operation Defensive Shield. They admonished the army to learn from all previous military sieges in history including, specifically the Nazi assault on the Warsaw ghetto. Oron merely called attention to this fact in his essay. Here is the salient passage from the Haaretz article: …One of the Israeli officers in the territories said… it’s justified and in fact essential to learn from every possible source. If the mission will be to seize a densely populated refugee camp, or take over the casbah in Nablus, and if the commander’s obligation is to try to execute the mission without casualties on either side, then he must first analyze and internalize the lessons of earlier battles – even, however shocking it may sound, even how the German army fought in the Warsaw ghetto. The officer indeed succeeded in shocking others, not least because he is not alone in taking this approach. Many of his comrades agree that in order to save Israelis now, it is right to make use of knowledge that originated in that terrible war, whose victims were their kin. Frankly, I’ve been writing on this subject for a very long time and this article was new to me until I read the essay in which Oron quoted the article. The idea that the army of the State of Israel should learn lessons from one of the most desperate and vicious assaults against Polish Jewry during the Holocaust era is not simply tin-earned or offensive, it is really a hillul ha-Shem, a desecration of God’s name. Does the IDF really want to be compared to Hitler’s killing machine at the height of its vicious assault against the brave Jews of the Warsaw ghetto? Returning to David’s accusations in his column, much like abortion and other socially conservative ideas have been exploited as wedge issues against Democrats, Israeli rightists manipulate the Holocaust as a wedge issue in an Israeli political context. Like abortion for American conservatives, the Holocaust elicits a visceral response from Israelis. Whenever you can tar your opponent with terms like those David exploits, you’re almost guaranteed to put him on the defensive. Finally in his article, David excoriates Oron for supporting the military refuser movement and notes longingly that there are countries in the world (North Korea and Iran undoubtedly) where refusal to serve is punishable by death. Then Prof. David upped the ante, suing Rabinowitz for libel for 100,000 shekels and claiming that in removing him from the appointment RIGHTIST page 4

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NASA Unveils New Plan for Muslims in Outer Space
by Daniel Greenfield @ the Sultan Knish blog (Hija del Zion para Israel - Daughter of Zion for Israel)
Submitted at 7/5/2010 8:00:00 PM

Barack H. Obama 666 Pennsylvania Ave Washington, DC 20006 Dear Sir, I cannot tell you how much we appreciate your budget cuts, your cancellation of the space shuttle and any replacement launch vehicle for it, forcing us to rely on Russian Soyuz ships and their space program, which can’t even seem to dock with the ISS Space Station. Your wise decision in this regard, as well as your cancellation of any return trip to the moon, has caused us to reevaluate many of our programs, including the search for intelligent life on earth. We understand of course that space exploration must take a backseat to more important matters, such as bailing out the car companies and banks who contributed to your campaign. And of course the White House entertainment budget. Your historic actions since taking office have truly challenged us as an agency. We can only hope to one day be able to return the favor. After carefully reviewing your new priority for NASA, to reach out to Muslims and make them feel good about “ their historic contribution to science, math, and engineering“, which consisted mainly of ripping off Greek and Indian science, and passing it off as their own, we have developed a comprehensive plan for utilizing the talents and abilities of Muslims to further the goals of this nation’s goals space program, which you so articulately described as “That Outer Spacey Thing”. Project 1: HATE Ignition Project HATE proposes to solve NASA’s difficulties with liquid fuel rockets by employing Muslim technological innovation to achieve a new and inexpensive means of reaching Low Earth Orbit. We propose to use the greatest Muslim technological invention of the last 50 years has been the suicide bomber (and by invention I mean they stole that from Asia too) to replace liquid fuel propellant. Project HATE (Highly Active Terrorist Explosions) will chain together a long string of suicide bombers within each booster rocket. The suicide bombers will be assured of 72 virgins in paradise, and each one will detonate after the other to form a daisy chain of explosions that will take the shuttle up into the sky. Our best math suggests that it will take approximately 3000 suicide bombers within the SRB’s to provide adequate liftoff thrust for the shuttle launch. We will need the Muslim

world to cooperate with us by providing 3000 suicide bombers for each and every shuttle launch. The benefit of this is that not only will this reduce the cost of shuttle launches, but it will also save untold billions in the War on Terror. Project 2: Throw Things at on the Jews While we have been making efforts to reach out to Muslim countries and engage them in purely peaceful space exploration, our preliminary findings is that their main interest in space is to get into space in order to, and I quote, “Throw Things Down on the Jews”. And Muslim technological developments in rocketry and launch vehicles such as Saddam’s Space Gun “Big Babylon” and Iran’s nuclear weapons programs all have the common aim of “Throwing Things Down on the Jews”. We at NASA believe that the best way to interest Muslims in space is to convince them of its potential for “Throwing Things at the Jews”, but in a way that benefits all of mankind, and doesn’t lead to any loss of life. As you may possibly know (or would if you did something besides golf and spend money all day) Earth is at risk of one day being struck by an asteroid that could potentially wipe out all life on the planet. Utilizing your brilliant suggestion that we “go land on an asteroid”, we plan to send an automated vehicle to an asteroid and deposit an Israel flag on an asteroid that may one day hit Earth. We are confident that the Muslim world will immediately step up and join forces with us to develop long range weapons capable of hitting that asteroid. Particularly if we also leave a tape player on its surface blasting, “Hava Nagilla”. Not only will this provide Earth with a poorly aimed global defense network against falling rocks from the sky, but it will also hopefully prevent rockets from being fired at schools, instead of into space where they belong. Project 3: Mecca on Mars Due to your cancellation of a next generation spacecraft, we can’t even reach our own space station anymore, let alone Mars. This has forced us to think small. Really small. That is why our talented publicity department, in between drawing detailed illustrations of you with your head up your own ass, have come up with a brilliant plan to get to Mars and engage the Muslim world in the space program. With a little tinkering around in the Koran, they have inserted a minor entry in which Mohammed rides a flying horse to Mars, instead of Jerusalem. Since Mohammed neither visited Mars nor Jerusalem, we think one is as good as the other. And Mars, unlike Jerusalem has the advantage of being uninhabited,

which if you have trouble understanding the English language, means that no one lives there. Also due to Mars’ lower gravity, a flying horse would be more aerodynamically plausible there, than here. With the release of Koran 2.0 Mars Edition, we are confident that Muslims will begin flocking to Mars, and invade and overrun it, just as they did major portions of the Middle East, including the last place Mohammed hallucinated taking a flying horse to. And the kingdoms of Saudi Arabia, Kuwait and the UAE could afford to pay for a trip to Mars out of their pocket change. And we wouldn’t even have to bow to them to get it done. Our only concern is the slight possibility of intelligent life on Mars. What would an ancient race do when confronted with a maddened horde, intent on conquering their land, subjugating them and claiming that they had been there all along? Just in case, perhaps you and the Saudis should begin drawing up a peace plan, handing most of Mars over to the terrorists now. That worked out so well last time, didn’t it? Project 4: Space Camel The ability of camels to survive in a hostile environment is well known. Camels have survived deserts, Moroccan bazaars and owners who put them in beauty contests. Perhaps they can also survive the harsh rigors of space. Because we no longer have a spacecraft (thanks for that by the way, because why would a space program need one of those anyway) and no way of getting one, we might as well try camels. Why camels? Because they meet both your major priorities, engaging the Muslim world, and using “Clean Energy”. And there’s nothing cleaner than a camel. At least nothing outside a cesspool or rotting sewage. Our plan is simple. We’re going to take a bunch of camels. Get very drunk. Stick the camels in a catapult, and scribble some arabic numerals in a notebook. Do some algebra, and invite Muslims to participate in this new wonderful race to space. Then we’re going to let the camels fly. Honestly we don’t know where the camels will land. They might land in deserted areas. They might land on houses or people. They might land on

the White House. They might land on the moon. We just don’t know! That’s because due to your budget cuts, we can no longer afford calculators. Instead we’re going to have our Muslim colleagues do the math for us on an abacus. Their advanced knowledge of science will surely see us through. And frankly if you’re going to engage children with the wonders of space, nothing will do it half as well as a shrieking camel flying through the sky. Project 5: Time Machine Since we don’t have a budget, or spaceships or calculators anymore. And our new job is to run a selfesteem school for Muslims, we’re out of ideas. The only ideas we have anymore show up when we’re drinking. And since you took office, we’ve been drinking a lot. And I mean a whole lot. (These days we can give the Russians a run for their money at a drinking contest. The Russians say it’s because now we know what it’s like to live under the same government they used to have.) So far our best idea is a time machine. We don’t have all the details nailed down. But our calculations have shown us that we only need to go back to November 3rd, 2008. And we don’t need to send back a human being. Only a 1 oz CD containing the economic indicators for the last year, and every major news story in America that didn’t involve Reality TV stars or the media kissing your ass. We have prepared a Post It note that we will attach to that CD. The note reads: “We’re from the future. Don’t vote for that jackass.” No you don’t need to worry. We don’t actually have a time machine yet. But we figure we have somewhere between 3-7 years of your term(s) in office to construct one. And when we do, you’ll be the first to know. P.S. We haven’t figured out how to incorporate Muslims into this one yet, but maybe we’ll order spicy goat curry takeout before we do it. Or we’ll send that CD back to September 10th, 2001 instead, along with a Post It note reading, “We’re From the Future. Don’t vote for that jackass. And don’t let any Muslims board planes.” Sincerely Yours Charles S. Griffith Administrator in Charge of Absolutely Not a Damn Thing 1601 NASA Parkway Houston, Texas 77058 Hija del Zion para Israel Support Israel • 2012 – A Commemorative Address on the Defeat of the United States Economy Comrade Workers, NASA page 8

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committee the chair had slandered his good name. The rightist professor retained as counsel a leading far-right attorney who is also representing Im Tirzu in its libel lawsuit against an Israeli activist who created a Facebook group calling the group “fascist.” David’s brief, all the while claiming the latter’s reputation was damaged, slanders Oron savagely. As part of his legal campaign, yesterday Haaretz published an op-ed by David which called BGU “ Bir Gurion University,” as if the campus’ left-wing faculty wished to turn it into an Arab university. The article was briefly available on the website’s main page, but now it’s been relegated to an inaccessible back page. A slightly different version has also been published by Yediot Achronot. Among the other smears David offers in Haaretz is to call a campus protest against the Gaza flotilla attack a “Nazi march.” Finally, he accused, again without proof, the campus peace activists of calling a faculty member’s son who died a “hero’s death” in Operation Cast Lead, a “Nazi criminal.” He calls such political activism on campus a “Nazi circus.” In the year since he heard that he was the department’s top candidate, no one from the University had any contact with Oron, and certainly no one breathed a word of apology to him. In April, no doubt goaded by Prof. David, the student body president quoted the school’s president as saying that his candidacy was dead. Last week, on an Israeli Social Sciences listeserv, David waved this as evidence of the president’s support for vindicate his campaign. After a year of absorbing these body blows to his reputation and not responding, Oron wrote Prof. Rivka Carmi last week expressing concern with the smearing of his reputation and her supposed connivance with David to undermine him. Prof Rivka Carmi replied that she couldn’t possibly interfere with any candidate’s consideration by a department even if she wanted to do so. She also added the rather mysterious statement that Oron’s candidacy was “no longer relevant.”

Curiously Dr. Rabinowitz, the department chair, wrote to Oron today claiming that when Pres. Carmi inquired about the status of Oron’s candidacy Rabinowitz told her that he was still very much an active candidate. The chair blames Oron’s supposed lack of communication with the department for his not getting the job without realizing that perhaps after a candidate has been smeared that it might be the responsibility of the department to contact him rather than the other way around. I’d say the truth is that after David went on the warpath neither the University nor the department wanted to hire him and they can find many reasons in retrospect to blame the victim for not getting the job. What is also troubling is that after all of this madness, the chair expresses disappointment that Dr. Oron addressed the charges against him in the Social Sciences listserv where David had attacked him. It appears he would’ve preferred Oron to have remained silent and waited patiently for the school’s rejection letter. Yesterday, Prof. David wrote triumphantly to Oron that the department had hired someone else for the job. Which means that David has won, that academic bullying has won; that anyone at Ben Gurion who has a political vendetta against a young aspiring academic can vent their rage and frustration in the most public of settings. They can sling mud at them, potentially harm their careers and no price will be paid. In fact, after the University of Washington statistician defended himself on the Israeli listserv, an Israeli graduate student wrote to him that he had been denied a graduate fellowship by a Diaspora academic fund because his name appeared on the Israel Academia Monitor site. This is what all this bullying is coming to. Luckily, Dr. Oron has a good position at the University of Washington. Despite his best efforts, one hopes Prof. Israel David will fail in harming his career. But imagine the next young scholar applying for a job at BGU who has ‘questionable’ affiliations in his or her background. If such a person has several job

interviews with Israeli academic institutions, why would they want to include BGU given the treatment afforded Oron? Ben Gurion’s president honors academic freedom in the breach when it doesn’t cost her anything. When the chips are down, she folds like a house of cards. For example, when BGU Prof. David Newman was attacked by a British trustee of the University, who suggested he’d be happy if Newman died because the faculty member had aired views critical of Israeli policy in a TV documentary, Carmi remained mum. 140 of Newman’s colleagues demanded that she make a statement in support of Newman. In the face of alienating a wealthy donor, she shut up. Perhaps as a direct result of her pusillanimousness, Newman was recently named dean of the faculty of humanities and social sciences in a vote by his peers. Instead of leadership and conviction, Pres. Carmi tests the political winds to see which way they are blowing and follows suit. Currently in Israel there is a savage campaign against human rights and peace NGOs. The legal political activism of activists is under assault as never before. Astute individuals like David and Carmi understand this. The first exploits it and the second acquiesces to it. Neither response does either Israeli academia or Ben Gurion proud. On a related note, yesterday the founder of Im Tirzu published a Haaretz column, The Fight for Academic Freedom, in which he contended, much like David Horowitz and Daniel Pipes in the U.S. context, that anti-Zionists have taken over Israeli campuses and that soon political correctness will prevent anyone not sharing such views from speaking their minds. Assaf Oron’s case proves the absolute falseness of this claim. If anything, it is the Im Tirzus and Israel Davids who are in the ascendancy on Israeli campuses, not the other way around. Finally, what is one of the most obvious and elementary violations of both the candidate’s privacy rights and academic due process is that the job he was applying for had absolutely no political component.

He was applying to be a statistician, not a political science or sociology professor. As such, his personal political involvement had nothing to do with the job and should’ve been ruled treif as grounds for review or consideration. Related articles by Zemanta • Threatened prof wins out(thejc.com) Related posts: • Ben Gurion University Trustee Wishes Professor Dead The pro-Israel ideological wars continue at Ben Gurion University (BGU),… • Ben Gurion University President Calls for Professor Supporting Israel Boycott to Quit The only democracy in the Middle East™ seems to honor… • Israel Absolves Itself of Responsibility for Brain-Damaged American Peace Activist If it weren’t so tragic, it would actually be entertaining… Related posts brought to you by Yet Another Related Posts Plugin. Hija del Zion para Israel Support Israel • IDF and Shin Bet: Gang That Can’t Shoot Straight–or Read I don’t know whether to laugh or cry over Amira Hass’ latest report in Haaretz that the Shin Bet ordered the IDF to produce a Palestinian Arab named Za’arir from the West Bank villag... • CENTCOM’s Blue Sky, Red Team Talks Sense About Hezbollah, Hamas Mark Perry has a mini-blockbuster of a story in Foreign Policy revealing that a team of CENTCOM intelligence analysts offered a report about what U.S. military policy should be toward Hezbollah and Ha... • Shabtai Rosenne and the Qibya Coverup Shabtai Rosenne is the 93 year-old Israeli appointee to the panel investigating the IDF’s attack on the Gaza flotilla last month. He has had a distinguished career as an scholar specializing in... Original post source

Beach Day (1980)
by Yaakov Kirschen (Hija del Zion para Israel - Daughter of Zion for Israel)
Submitted at 7/5/2010 8:00:00 PM

Click on the cartoon below to open a larger, more readable version of this full page Dry Bones Special: This Golden Oldie is a cartoon that I drew 30 years ago this month, in July 1980! It was a full page cartoon and it’s another one of those cartoons that

I could run today without any changes. Mr. Shuldig at the beach with his dog Doobie. Click on cartoon for larger version -Dry Bones- Israel’s Political Comic Strip Since 1973 Hija del Zion para Israel Support Israel • Obama’s War The latest news is that the Taliban are refusing to meet

with NATO representatives. It looks to me as if they don't want to cut a deal with the weak-willed U.S. President. What the Taliban want is to... • Waiting for Summer (1990) Today's Golden Oldie is a Dry Bones cartoon done 20 years ago, in 1990.Yes, we're waiting for another Summer, with all our protective gear

ready. When I was a kid, a good sunburn was the way we cele... • Food Prices (1980) Today's Golden Oldie is a Dry Bones cartoon done 30 years ago in 1980. Israel is a small country surrounded by markets that boycott our products and that won't sell us theirs. We are largely tied to... Original post source

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Roadmap to Faith
by URJ (Hija del Zion para Israel - Daughter of Zion for Israel)
Submitted at 7/5/2010 6:41:17 PM

by Deborah Greene Temple Beth Tikvah, Roswell, GA Originally posted on Puzzled: Raising a Child With Autism & Other Pieces of Family Life “The whole world is a narrow bridge, but the main thing is not to fear.”(Reb Nachman of Bratslav) Navigating life on the autism spectrum involves a series of long and winding roads, uphill climbs and every now and again, a bit of smooth sailing. Unfortunately, you don’t receive any kind of roadmap when you arrive in “ Holland.” Sure, there are lots of people there to point you in any number of directions, but you often feel like you are simply flying by the seat of your pants, trying to find your way. Yael has faced many obstacles on the spectrum. Some of the hardest roads to travel are those that leave you feeling emotionally lost. You climb to the top of the worry hill, then coast down the road of relief. You turn to push your child forward, then fear that you should hold them back. You gaze upon the street of dreams and wonder if you should even walk there. You try to look ahead down hope street, but first you must cross over your fears. You journey onward with your child knowing that for every step forward, somewhere around the bend, there will be a step back. It is a tiring journey, fraught with emotional pitfalls and detours. You have moments of sheer joy, optimism and pride followed by moments of angst,

sadness and doubt. And while there is no roadmap to this journey, I do believe there is for each of us, a compass. It is faith that can serve as our compass; faith in people, in friends, in our children and in ourselves. I also believe that the true guide on our journey is our faith in God. I have turned to God often during my life on the spectrum. When I am depleted, I ask for strength. When I am full of fear, I ask God to help me find hope. When I am out of patience, I ask God to help me dig down deeper and find just a little more. When I focus only on the struggles, I ask God to remind me of the blessings. And when I have lost my way, I ask God to be my compass. Sometimes my tears serve as my prayer, other times it is my smile. Sometimes I lash out in anger and other times I sing with joy. And sometimes these are the words that I share with God as I cross the narrow bridge… A Prayer for a Parent of a Special

Needs Child and for All Parents of All Children (From the book “Talking to God” by Rabbi Naomi Levy) Help me, God, to embrace my child as she is. Teach me how to raise her in love, joy and confidence. Show me how to help her realize all of the gifts You have placed inside her. Prevent me from pressuring her to become what she can never be or does not want to be. When I find myself mourning for what she is not, open my eyes to the holy blessing that she is. When feelings of jealousy surface toward other parents, soften my heart, open my soul. When my patience wears thin, calm me with Your comforting presence. When I feel as if I have no more to give, be my strength, God, abiding and unending. When I hover over my child too closely, remind me to step back and make room for her to fly. If she should fail, teach me how to encourage her to try again. When others are cruel to her, place words of

wisdom and comfort on my tongue and place fortitude in her heart. Help her, God. Watch over her. Protect her from harm. Shield her from frustration and hurt. Fill her with pride, God. Teach her to stand up for herself. Grant her good health. Bless her with true and enduring friends. Nurture her awesome potential, God; let it flourish and become manifest. Let her be happy, God. Surround her with Your love. I thank You God, for giving me this very child. She is a gift of God, a precious child, a rare soul, a miracle. She is Mine. Amen. Our future rabbi~a child of faith Hija del Zion para Israel Support Israel • By gearing the seder towards the kids, are we cheating them out of the best experience? by Cantor Sally NeffTemple Beth Torah, Upper Nyack, NYOriginally posted on Cantor's CanvasA few weeks ago, I was reading an article (I wish I could remember where) in which a...... • Teaching tots about Shabbat: Don’t blow out the candles by Linda K. WertheimerOriginally posted on The Jewish Muse Shabbat had little meaning to me as a child. My family never attended a Friday night service, lit candles, or bought...... • Jewish Early Childhood Educators Take the Lead in Their Own Growth by Dana Rosenbloom Recently, fortynine educators from URJ congregations across the United States came together for the tenth annual conference of Early Childhood Educators of Reform Judaism (ECERJ),... Original post source

No Media Hook Too Crooked for B’tselem
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Submitted at 7/5/2010 3:11:11 PM

A cheesy B’tselem PR stunt proves that no media hook is too crooked for the MSM. The Israeli human rights organization prepared a new report on settlement activity, then issued a press release obtained by HonestReporting timed to upstage tomorrow’s Netanyahu-Obama meeting at the White House. Press release – Not for publication until 6:00 A.M. on 6 July 2010 Army and Civil Administration data:One-fifth of settlements’ built-up area is private Palestinian land Settlements control 42 percent of West Bank land area Today (6 July 2010), B’Tselem is publishing By Hook and by Crook: http://www.btselem.org/Download/ 201007 _By_Hook_and_by_Crook_Eng.pdf Israel’s Settlement Policy in the West Bank. The report, which analyzes the

mechanisms used to gain Israeli control of land in the West Bank for building the settlements . . . Pre-dated press releases are common in the public relations industry — they’re sometimes referred to as embargoed press releases because there’s an understanding between the publicist and the journalist that the info will not be made public until a specific time. Responsible journalists question the timing of embargoed press releases. In B’tselem’s case, editors cannot fail to notice that the release happens to coincide with the White House summit. But editors are also taken by the “halo effect” of non-governmental organizations, publishing and citing their reports without question or verification, which violates both journalistic ethics, which require skepticism and independent verification, and the norm when reporting from other sources, including government officials. But when a “highly respected human rights watchdog”

such as Amnesty International or HRW makes a statement, journalists tend to ignore the bias and repeat this as fact. A recent Harvard study of reporting on the 2006 Lebanon War shows that most of the media around the world continued to cite HRW’s claims on the Qana incident, even after HRW was forced to admit their errors. And there are many other examples, not only with respect to Israel, but in Colombia, Iraq, and wherever NGOs rely on “eyewitnesses” and lack independent capabilities. Publicists fantasize about grabbing the media spotlight, but B’tselem’s plan to upstage tomorrow’s summit is too blatantly pre-meditated. How do they expect to get away with this? Maybe it’s because this is the kind of spin that fits nicely into Big Media’s view of the Mideast conflict, makes for sensationalized headlines, and creates a wedge between Israel and the US. B’tselem has revealed an agenda that goes beyond questions of human

rights as it bids to embarrass PM Netanyahu on his US trip. And the mainstream media will be only too happy to play along. Hija del Zion para Israel Support Israel • The Bar and Bat Mitzvah History, meaning, practices of Bar bat Mitzvah in the Jewish tradition www.rabbijonathanginsburg.net ONLINE conversion to Judaism, Bar mitzvah training, school... • Israel easing blockade Israel easing blockade This was probably inevitable. Israel's cabinet decided on Thursday to ease the 'blockade' of Gaza. The security cabinet, ... • A Jewish Gem is Restored — Palestinians Plan Riots (Updated) Today in Jerusalem marks the dedication of the magnificent newly rebuilt Hurva Synagogue in the Old city of Jerusalem. The Hurvah (literally "ruin") was the center of religious study and prayer ... Original post source

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"Israel will never apologize for defending its citizens"
by Marisol (Hija del Zion para Israel - Daughter of Zion for Israel)
Submitted at 7/5/2010 5:10:59 PM

“Israel will never apologize for defending its citizens” Rebuffing Turkey’s demands for an apology, an “impartial” (remember Goldstone?) inquiry, or the end of ties between the two countries after the Fraud Flotilla incident. In the third case, it’s not as though Erdogan’s Turkey has been much of an ally, anyway. And as is standard practice, the Turkish foreign minister later claimed he had been misquoted. “Israel rebuffs Turkish demand for raid apology,” from CNN, July 5: Jerusalem — “Israel will never apologize for defending its citizens,” a high-ranking Israeli government official told CNN Monday, after Turkey reportedly demanded an apology or an inquiry into an Israeli raid on an aid ship that killed nine Turkish citizens. “Of course we regret the loss of life, but it was not the Israeli side that initiated the violence,” the official said. Israeli Foreign Minister Avigdor Lieberman later rejected Ankara’s demand more bluntly. “We have no intention of apologizing to Turkey,” he said, according to the

ministry. Israel is “concerned” about what it sees from Turkey, he said, but added: “These sort of expressions are a part of a Turkish change of direction and a new Turkish policy, which is an internal matter we cannot get involved in.” Hurriyet newspaper quoted Turkish Foreign Minister Ahmet Davutoglu on Monday as saying that Turkey would “cut off relations” with Israel unless “they either apologize or accept an international commission and its report.” “(The) Israelis have three options: They will either apologize or acknowledge an internationalimpartial inquiry and its conclusion. Otherwise, our diplomatic ties will be cut off,” Davutoglu told Hurriyet early Sunday in an interview on his plane returning from Kyrgyzstan, the newspaper reported. Jerusalem — “Israel will never apologize for defending its citizens,” a high-ranking Israeli government official told CNN Monday, after Turkey reportedly demanded an apology or an inquiry into an Israeli raid on an aid ship that killed nine Turkish citizens. “Of course we regret the loss of life, but it was not the Israeli side that initiated the violence,” the official said.

Israeli Foreign Minister Avigdor Lieberman later rejected Ankara’s demand more bluntly. “We have no intention of apologizing to Turkey,” he said, according to the ministry. Israel is “concerned” about what it sees from Turkey, he said, but added: “These sort of expressions are a part of a Turkish change of direction and a new Turkish policy, which is an internal matter we cannot get involved in.” Hurriyet newspaper quoted Turkish Foreign Minister Ahmet Davutoglu on Monday as saying that Turkey would “cut off relations” with Israel unless “they either apologize or accept an international commission and its report.” “(The) Israelis have three options: They will either apologize or acknowledge an internationalimpartial inquiry and its conclusion. Otherwise, our diplomatic ties will be cut off,” Davutoglu told Hurriyet early Sunday in an interview on his plane returning from Kyrgyzstan, the newspaper reported. The Foreign Ministry later claimed the minister had been misquoted, saying he actually said that without an apology or inquiry, “it will not be possible for our relationship to improve.” A Turkish Foreign Ministry official

told CNN that Davutoglu’s comments were ” a strong warning to Israel,” yet did not exactly mean ending relations…. Posted by Marisol on July 5, 2010 5:10 PM | No Comments Print this entry | Email this entry | Digg this | del.icio.us | Hija del Zion para Israel Support Israel • Former Jordanian diplomat argues for Arab claim to Haifa The government-aligned Jordan Times has an op-ed by Hasan Abu Nimah, who is Jordan's former UN ambassador and as such cannot be considered a mere flake. The article, however, argues that the Green Li... • Israel Houghton – You Found Me From Israel Houghton's latest album "The Power of One". This track features Tobymac. Go cop the album people!... • Catholic bishop stabbed to death in Turkey Catholic bishop stabbed to d e a t h i n T u r k e y . . . Original post source

"Don’t be fooled" by tributes to "moderate" Hizballah cleric
by Marisol (Hija del Zion para Israel - Daughter of Zion for Israel)
Submitted at 7/5/2010 5:16:46 PM

“Don’t be fooled” by tributes to “moderate” Hizballah cleric Since his death, Mohammed Hussein Fadlallah has been hailed as a “merciful father” by Hassan Nasrallah, and in the West as a “moderate” Muslim, largely for having expressed disapproval of the 9 /11 attacks. But there is much more to Fadlallah’s story that has been so quickly forgotten. “Sheikh Fadlallah was the terrorist mastermind behind the Lebanon hostage crisis,” by Con Coughlin for the Telegraph, July 5: Don’t be fooled by all the tributes that are pouring out following the death in Beirut at the weekend of Sheikh Mohammed Hussein Fadlallah, the so-called spiritual leader of the radical Shi’ite Muslim militia Hizbollah. The U.S. State Department’s classifaction of Fadlallah as a terrorist was spot on, and when you look back at his track record you can see he was right up

there with other infamous terror masterminds, such as Abu Nidal and Carlos the Jackal. One of Fadlallah’s last acts before he died was to issue a fatwa authorising the use of suicide bomb attacks. The mystery here is why he waited so long. For as a founder member of Hizbollah – he sat on the organisation’s ruling council Fadlallah gave his personal approval to the massive suicide truck bomb attacks that levelled the American Embassy and Marine compound in Beirut in 1983, killing more than 300 people, including the then CIA station chief. Fadlallah gave his personal blessing to the suicide bombers before they left for their deadly mission. Fadlallah also masterminded the hostage crisis in Lebanon in the mid1980s. I remember interviewing him at his house in Beirut’s southern suburbs in 1985 at the height of Terry Waite’s mission to free the Americans then being held by Hizbollah on Iran’s orders (Fadlallah was a close friend of Ayatollah Ruhollah Khomeini, the leader of

Iran’s Islamic revolution.) Fadlallah himself was charm personified during the interview, offering me sweet tea and offering his apologies that he could do nothing to release the hostages, but their prospects might improve if only the pesky Americans would stop trying to involve themselves in Lebanon’s affairs. But when I left one of his “bodyguards” insisted on seeing my passport. Later I discovered from a Lebanese friend that they were Hizbollah terrorists checking to see if I was an American. Had I been, I would have been carted off to a dank cell. I was lucky. Six months later my friend John McCarthy paid a similar visit to Sheikh Fadlallah, and was kidnapped the following day. The miracle of Sheikh Fadlallah’s life is that he lived to a ripe old age and died in his bed. I, for one, will not miss his malign influence on the Middle East. Posted by Marisol on July 5, 2010 5:16 PM | 2 Comments Print this entry | Email this entry

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Talibanization of Britain: Windows blacked out to protect "modesty" of Muslim women swimmers
by Marisol (Hija del Zion para Israel - Daughter of Zion for Israel)
Submitted at 7/5/2010 6:13:25 PM

Periodisierung Der Deutschen Sprachgeschichte: Analysen Und Tabellen (Studia Judaica)
by paraisrael (Hija del Zion para Israel - Daughter of Zion for Israel)
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Talibanization of Britain: Windows blacked out to protect “modesty” of Muslim women swimmers The Taliban were well known for requiring Afghans to paint their windows black, lest passers-by catch sight of a woman inside. Now, complaints from Muslim swimmers have generated this decision to do the same in England. “Swimmers plunged into dark after council covers swimming pool windows ‘to protect Muslim women’s modesty’,” from the Daily Mail, July 5 (thanks to Alan): A council has sparked anger after officials blacked out windows on a glass-panelled swimming pool to protect the modesty of Muslim women. Darlaston Leisure Centre in the West Midlands’ town of Walsall, was hailed for its ‘ultra-modern’ design when it opened ten years ago. But now council staff have covered 250 windows with dark-tinted film following complaints from Muslim swimmers. But other users say the move has plunged the pool into almost permanent darkness and branded it ‘political correctness gone starkraving mad’. Pauline Poole, 65, a retired legal secretary from Walsall, said: ‘I

returned to swimming after having a cataracts operation some months ago and was looking forward to looking out on some lovely trees while swimming. ‘What I found was a situation that reminded me of how it felt like before my operation, like looking at a horrible cloudy view. ‘If it was done for a minority of people, then why was there no vote on it?’ Retired building surveyor John Ewart, 63, from Walsall, added: ‘I cannot believe this council has agreed to something so loony. ‘The whole thing smacks of political correctness gone stark raving mad. ‘A lot of the people who swim are elderly or retired and they now have to swim in the gloom.’ A worker at the pool, who did not want to be named, said: ‘The windows were covered up and it’s probably cost a few hundred pounds. ‘Several customers complained it made the pool dark and dingy but we didn’t have a choice.’ [...] Really? A spokeswoman for Walsall Council said the complaints had predominantly come from the Muslim community but that non-Muslim women had also objected. She said: ‘We received a request from the Muslim Community to protect the modesty of swimmers. ‘There were also requests made by some non-Muslim users as well.’ Would you have blacked out 250

windows for them? Posted by Marisol on July 5, 2010 6:13 PM | 6 Comments Print this entry | Email this entry | Digg this | del.icio.us | Hija del Zion para Israel Support Israel • Islamic Terrorism Muslims Want World Domination Muslims have been trying for the last 14 centuries to bring the whole world under Islamic rule. This is called a Khalifa state, Muslims are at war in many Countries try... • Mystery over Dubai killing of Hamas official deepens Fifteen new suspects and six more UK passports faked, with Britons stunned at having identities stolenThe web of intrigue surrounding the death of a senior Hamas official became more tangled today aft... • Helen Thomas: good riddance to a garden-variety antisemite | Dan Kennedy The octogenarian journalist's rhetoric on the Middle East is loathsome and her retirement is long overdueNo one should have been surprised that Helen Thomas, the antisemitic octogenarian of American j... Original post source

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Letters: Threat to Palestinian parliamentarians
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Submitted at 7/5/2010 4:05:49 PM

Mohammed Abu Tir, Ahmed Othwan and Mohammed Tutah, in addition to the former minister for Jerusalem affairs, Khalid Abu Arafa, have been issued with notices by the Israeli authorities of eviction to leave their homes in occupied east Jerusalem. On 30 June, the Israelis detained Abu Tir in preparation for his expulsion, whilst Othwan, Tutah and Abu Arafa have sought refuge in the office of the International Committee of the Red Cross in Jerusalem. Israel, the occupying power, claims these members of the Palestinian legislature are being served with notices as their

participation in the Palestinian legislature proves non-allegiance to Israel. The parliamentarians have been informed that they may only remain if they resign from the Palestinian legislature. It is without doubt that as elected representatives of the Palestinian Legislative Council they should not be removed from the areas which they have been elected to represent. We call for the British government to support the right of these parliamentarians to live in their home and to uphold the principles of the fourth Geneva convention which prohibits the expulsion of a protected people by an occupying power “regardless of their motive”. Any breach of this convention constitutes a war crime and as such Israel’s political and military leadership should be held accountable.

Caroline Lucas MP(Green) John McHugo Chair, Liberal Democrat Friends of Palestine Betty Hunter General secretary, Palestine Solidarity Campaign Ismail Patel Chair, Friends of AlAqsa Richard Burden MP and Martin Linton Labour Friends of Palestine • Palestinian territories • Israel • Geneva conventions 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 • Letters: Echoes of Widgery in flotilla inquiry"Prompt, impartial, credible and transparent investigation" – the words being used

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Experience Tel Aviv: a travel guide (2010)
by paraisrael (Hija del Zion para Israel - Daughter of Zion for Israel)
Submitted at 7/5/2010 11:20:33 PM

Experience Tel Aviv: a travel guide (2010) This ebook is a handy and usable travel guide to Tel Aviv. It was adapted for the Kindle from wikitravel.org*, which was named by Time magazine as one of the 50 best websites of 2008. This ebook has been prepared by Dolphin books specifically for the Amazon Kindle, and includes careful formatting and a hyperlinked table of contents. This ebook contains no advertising. Dolphin books is not paid to endorse any products or services. Among other things, this guide provides: information about travelling to from and within Tel Aviv useful telephone numbers lists of events, landmarks, museums, and things to do information on shopping, dining,

drinking, and hotels *wikitravel.org does not endorse this ebook nor any other product. Rating:(out of reviews) List Price: $ 2.50 Price: Take a ride to the most cool city in Israel Video Rating: 4 / 5 Find More Tel Aviv Products Hija del Zion para Israel Support

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Israel Responsible For Middle East Tensions, Says Algerian Parlimentarian
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Submitted at 7/5/2010 11:15:40 PM

Aberdeen Israel Fund, Inc. Announces Performance Data and Portfolio Composition
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Submitted at 7/5/2010 3:15:13 PM

by Nationaal Archief Aberdeen Israel Fund, Inc. Announces Performance Data and Portfolio Composition Aberdeen Israel Fund, Inc. , a closedend equity fund, announced today its performance data and portfolio composition as of May 31, 2010. Read more on PR Newswire via Yahoo! Finance Israel PM ‘lying’ over Shalit talks: Hamas Hamas on Sunday accused Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s government of “lying” to the Israeli people about a prisoner swap deal to secure the release of captured soldier Gilad Shalit. Read more on AFP via Yahoo! UK & Ireland News Reports: Turkey threatens to sever

Israel ties ANKARA, Turkey – Two newspapers have quoted Turkey’s foreign minister as saying his country will cut diplomatic ties with Israel if it does not apologize for a deadly raid on a Gaza aid ship or accept an international investigation of the incident. Read more on The Canadian Press via Yahoo! Canada News Hija del Zion para Israel Support Israel • Israel Responsible For Middle East

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Honey Pot w/Flower by July 4, 1976: The raid Judaica by Wynter on Entebbe (Video) Rosen – judaica
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Submitted at 7/5/2010 3:20:00 PM

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Submitted at 7/5/2010 11:05:18 PM

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In Israel, some Holocaust survivors face hard times
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Israel Gaza blockade list: Israel releases revised list of items ba…
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Turkey threatens to sever ties unless Israel apologizes for deadly …
by israel (Hija del Zion para Israel - Daughter of Zion for Israel)
Submitted at 7/5/2010 6:01:00 PM

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