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The ‘trick’ of Camp David | Rachel Shabi
by Rachel Shabi (Hija del Zion para Israel - Daughter of Zion for Israel)
Submitted at 7/7/2010 1:36:22 AM

Palestinians feel they were deceived by a PR exercise. Now aid carries disruptive caveats and the peace process is just a circus If there are Palestinian textbooks on the failure of the Camp David talks with Israel in 2000, they ought to carry diagrams illustrating the use of smoke-and-mirrors tactics. In this case, the confusing burst of smoke used by the Israeli side to such spectacular effect was the “generous offer” made by then Israeli prime minster, Ehud Barak – a now mythically impressive peace proposal which Palestinian president Yasser Arafat, it is claimed, both stubbornly and stupidly refused. By this narration, the deal was intended to give back almost all of the 22% of historic Palestine that Palestinians have already agreed to accept as their state. And this airbrushed account has held sway ever since; although patiently taken apart many times, it is still treated as rigid fact within Israel and among its rightist supporters. A decade on, this spin factor has endowed a key Camp David legacy: the perception among Palestinians that talks undertaken by them in good faith are primarily designed to make them look bad. Ask Palestinians in the West Bank about the disastrous summit and the words “trap”, “trick” and “public relations exercise for Israel” keep coming up. According to this view, the rejection of Barak’s manifestly unacceptable offer was deployed by Israel as both proof that there is “no one to talk to” and justification for a subsequent hardline approach. Analysts observe that the failure of

those talks created a political vacuum, clearing a space for extremism on both sides. Developments after Camp David read like a chronicle of misery: the violent second Palestinian intifada followed by Israel’s brutal military reoccupation of the West Bank; the continued expansion of Jewish settlements and infrastructure in the West Bank, along with the increase in stifling roadblocks and checkpoints and the construction of Israeli’s choking separation barrier; the devastating split between Palestinian parties Fatah and Hamas, and Israel’s deadly, three-week pounding of the Gaza strip in late 2008. Ghassan Khatib, media director for the Palestinian Authority, says: “Much of the deterioration witnessed in the decade that followed can be attributed to the miscalculation that led to Camp David.” In common with other analysts he says that Palestinians were strong-armed into the “all or nothing” negotiations at Camp David, despite repeatedly advising US mediators that the situation was not ripe for such talks. As a consequence, there is now little faith in the international community as independent arbitrators. Lack of trust is compounded by the fact that, since Camp David, international intervention in the Israeli-Palestinian conflict has been focused on the journey – getting talks to resume – rather than the destination. This endless talks circuit, the status of which shifts from moribund to resuscitated and limping, is viewed as a distracting sideshow, a profiteering circus. As the independent Palestinian MP Mustafa Barghouti puts it: “The peace process became a business and a substitute for peace.” A toxic, humiliating consequence of those peace process years that began with the 1993 Oslo accords has been

the creation of an aid economy in the occupied Palestinian territories. Palestinians, who place no less emphasis on education, economy and good business than do their Israeli neighbours, are now ashamed to point out that they are among the most aiddependent societies. There is no good reason for this: it is absolutely a decision made by the international community, to allay some of the more devastating consequences of Israel’s occupation while refusing to push for a political agreement. Now the aid carries its own disruptive caveats: for instance, USAID feeds funds into swathes of the Palestinian NGO sector, but only on condition that documents are signed to assure that the organisations to be funded are Hamas-free. Observers say that civil society organisations and grassroots groups, pre-Oslo, were far better able to take care of Palestinians than the mushrooming, internationally dependent and politically compromised NGO economy that currently powers Palestine. And despite Israeli and international efforts to thwart Hamas, the party’s position on negotiations has traction in the decade-long shadows of the collapsed Camp David summit. Mahmoud Ramahi, senior Hamas representative and the general secretary of the Palestinian legislative council, says that the Palestinian Authority’s position – financially blackmailed by the international community into appearing at endless, futile negotiating tables with Israel – is proof of how Camp David “infected policy” within the Palestinian frame. “We accept ‘67 borders,” he says. “But when we saw this proposal at Camp David, the people understood that Israel doesn’t want to give us anything and that we have to keep

resisting and fighting for our rights.” He says talks should be premised on the Israeli acceptance of basic tenets, upheld by UN resolutions and international law: “When Israel is ready to accept our rights, we are ready to negotiate on how to implement that decision.” • Comments on this article are set to remain open for 24 hours from the time of publication but may be closed overnight • Israel • Middle East • Palestinian territories • Hamas Rachel Shabi 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 • Settlements are a blockade to peace | Seth Freedman No Israeli words can speak as loudly as the action of a large-scale pull-out from illegal West Bank settlementsThere are plenty of thorns in the side of the peace process, but none as sharp and intrac... • Camp David 10 years on | Petra Marquardt-Bigman The failure of the Middle East peace summit in 2000 discredited Israel's peace camp but it is still the blueprint for agreementThe deep disappointment I felt when the news came that the talks at Camp ... • Diaspora homecomings can backfire | Khaled Diab A return to an ancestral homeland is a dream that's long inspired diasporas – often with troubling resultsThe Zionist vision of a "return" to the promised land has been both a dream come true and a ni... Original post source

Moroccan Lemon Vegetable Salad
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Submitted at 7/6/2010 9:12:50 PM

This Moroccan Lemon Vegetable Salad is tasty, healthy and easy to prepare. Just cut up cabbage, carrots, bell peppers, and celery. Dress with lots of lemon juice and a bit of oil, salt and pepper. If you make this at the beginning of the week, you’ll have a low-fat, low-carb side dish for

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Objectiveless in Iraq and Afghanistan
by Daniel Greenfield @ the Sultan Knish blog (Hija del Zion para Israel - Daughter of Zion for Israel)
Submitted at 7/6/2010 9:18:00 PM

The dominant question on everyone’s mind is when are we going to get out. Out of Iraq and out of Afghanistan. Liberals who voted for Obama with the certainty that both wars were the product of some evil plot hatched by Cheney in the White House subbasement are confused and frustrated as to why the US hasn’t just pulled out. Of course those are the same people who were never troubled by Taliban atrocities or Saddam’s rape rooms, and aren’t going to be too bothered when the Iranian puppet Mahdi Army and the Taliban come back in for a bloody takeover. And if they do, George Galloway or Robert Fisk will be by shortly to explain to them that it’s just the oppressors getting exactly what they deserve. The Obama Administration has no commitment to either war. Much of the Administration from the top on down, shares Jeremiah Wright’s assessment of the last ten years, as a case of the chickens coming home to roost. But it’s also concerned enough about its popularity to underwrite a year or two of bloody battles between Allied forces and the Islamic insurgents in both countries, just in order to time a Mission Accomplished pullout before the next Presidential election. This brand of amoral cynicism is in some ways worse than that of a Galloway or a Buchanan, since unlike the Bush Administration, Barry, Biden and Jim Jones are not fighting a war they believe in. They’re sending troops into battle for a cause they don’t believe in, to boost a reelection campaign. And so what started out as two straightforward wars to rout a brutal Islamist gang, capture Al Queda terrorists, and remove a tyrant, morphed into nation building exercises in the Bush era, and have now become completely detached from any strategic goal, but that of “Re-Elect Obama-Biden in 2012. It’s straightforward enough to see that the more the real goals drift away from that of defeating the enemy, the harder it will be to achieve it. The military is essentially a blunt tool. It is best used for blunt objectives. You can only apply so much finesse with a hammer, until you either break what you’re trying to fix, or render the hammer unusable. But for the last 7 years we’ve been trying to use a hammer with finesse, and the body count has climbed horrifically as a result. The problem is that we’ve never gotten over WW2 and its nation building aftermath as a victory condition. And so we shifted from winning wars, to rebuilding

infrastructure and winning the hearts and minds of the population. In 1939, the conventional wisdom was that if only an isolationist America had agreed to stay on in Europe, the whole mess of WW2 would have never happened. But while that conventional wisdom might not be wrong, it ignores the fact that we don’t know what would have happened if the US had made the kind of investment that Wilson wanted. Or the kind of investment we did make after WW2, maintaining bases for generations, and become the permanent guarantors of European security. History would probably have turned out differently, but there’s no way of knowing exactly how. In 1948 the conventional wisdom certainly said that we had to save Western Europe by rebuilding it in order to keep the Commies out (except for the conventional wisdom coming from the left, which demanded that we get our imperialist asses out and let the “people’s parties” who had resisted the fascist beast claim their right to rule). And so we did just that. We saved Western Europe from the Commies– only to hand it over to the Islamists, rampaging into the senescent remnants of what had once been great nations, who had forgotten how to stand up for themselves. But is it typical enough of the FDREisenhower era that the people in charge could never comprehend that a nanny state turns men and women into children. And that protecting others too much weakens them so that they are unable to protect themselves. What implications does this have for Iraq and Afghanistan? Once again we repeated the same mistake we made in Vietnam, cultivating tame useless armies of soldiers who won’t stand and fight, because they know Americans will do the real fighting for them. We’ve schizophrenically tried to set up or back governments whose only real agenda is stashing away the dollars we’ve injected into their economy with our nation building efforts. And we have no idea how to fix any of that, because none

of it is fixable. For one thing our goals are completely detached from reality. Creating stable working governments is a long and painful process. Even in the United States, it took a long time to get to the Constitution, and we had to discard a previous system as unworkable. And that was in a country which had a tradition of working local governments. While we’re dealing with regions where the only form of power is either tribal or tyrannical, usually some combination of both. Despite all the horrors of post WW2 Europe, we were still dealing with countries that had been reasonably functional and understood how democratic systems of government worked, and were our equals in most areas. That is again not the case in Iraq and Afghanistan, where we are not rebuilding, so much as trying to recreate them into shapes that we find acceptable. And without an extensive colonial project, that is simply not going to happen. But none of that even matters anymore. As a former resident of the Muslim world, Obama understands these things himself already. He’s simply pandering to the Americans who don’t, and throwing away the lives of American soldiers, in order to withdraw on a high note. Obama doesn’t expect to break the Taliban, only to demonstrate enough resolve so they’ll cut a deal that will avoid any mobs chasing after departing embassy helicopters. He’s deluded on that note, because where the Taliban might have cut such a deal with McCain, they won’t with Obama, who is just too weak to be taken seriously. Obama’s outreach to the Taliban turned Karzai into a loose cannon, further destabilizing the network of tribal alliances, and making it even more impossible to get the job done. But what is the job anyway? As a blunt tool, the military was never a good choice for winning the hearts and minds of the population. Nor should that have been the goal in the first place. The leftover ideas from WW2 about nation building might seem fine in theory, but are virtually

unworkable in reality without turning into a vast multi-generational colonial project on the British model. And such a project would change us, as much as it would change them. And that is the twist in the hook. Because the war we are fighting has already changed us. It has imported Islamic and Middle Eastern culture in a way that we are mostly not aware of. That is the flip side of all such efforts, that they change the conquerors almost as much as the conquered. Colonialism is not an American project. On the other hand destroying the ability of our enemies to harm us, is. And a strategy that hinges on keeping the Islamists out by reconstructing their countries plays to their strengths, while exposing our weaknesses. We don’t need multigenerational nation building projects to stop them. We had the Taliban on the run in the first wave of attacks, and we removed Saddam with very few casualties. Our mistake was trying to step in and take over their jobs. Our strength is not running backward third world countries, it’s making it clear that if they pose a threat to us, we will destroy enough of them to end that threat. It’s hard to build WMD’s or invade your neighbors when you lack basic infrastructure. And tribal leaders who support the Taliban should know that we will bomb them without regard for the collateral damage. It’s crude. It’s blunt. And it creates a stalemate that favors us. Beyond that our real war was not in Afghanistan, which was a staging ground for the Islamist proxies of oil rich Middle Eastern states and the Pakistani intelligence service. We’ve been suckered into fighting a proxy war, while the emissaries of the real enemy in Saudi Arabia take meetings at the White House, and advise us on how we can lose. The enemy is being armed and funded with our money. The money that we send overseas in exchange for oil that was ours to begin with, before a bunch of burnoosed thugs seized it and used it to fund their own terror armies. For every billion that we spend, all they have to do is spend a few thousand to keep us on the ropes. The same thing goes for the Shiite side of the equation, where Jimmy Carter’s support for the Ayatollah has culminated in the ascension of the Revolutionary Guard to the de facto rulers of Iran, with an Allah sent mission to expand and confront the Great Satan. The bulk of our troubles in Iraq come from Tehran. Our passivity in that regard has emboldened Iran to push on into Afghanistan. Iran is now regularly carrying out ambushes in Iraq, whether of US troops, American backpackers or Kurdish guerrillas. And treating this as a problem that we can solve with more Iraqi OBJECTIVELESS page 6

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Soldier indicted for killing ‘Palestinian’ in Operation Cast Lead
by Carl in Jerusalem (Hija del Zion para Israel - Daughter of Zion for Israel)
Submitted at 7/7/2010 12:28:00 AM

Soldier indicted for killing ‘Palestinian’ in Operation Cast Lead The IDF’s Military Advocate General took a number of disciplinary actions against IDF soldiers on Tuesday for incidents that occurred during Operation Cast Lead. In one of them, an IDF soldier has been indicted for killing a ‘Palestinian’ woman. The Military Advocate General has decided to indict a number of officers and soldiers for their conduct during the operation. In one case, an IDF officer at the rank of Lieutenant Colonel was summoned to a disciplinary hearing for having deviated from military directives pertaining to the prohibition on the use of civilians for operational activity. In a second case, the Military Advocate General indicted an IDF Staff Sergeant for manslaughter. In a third case, the Military Advocate General ordered a criminal investigation following his review of a field investigation in order to clarify the circumstances of a specific incident. In a fourth case, disciplinary action was taken against an IDF Captain for his failed professional judgment in authorizing an attack against a terror operative. … Lt. Gen. Ashkenazi ordered an examination of IDF conduct, and the ethical aspects thereof, in full confidence of the moral justness of the IDF, its officers and soldiers, as well as of the IDF’s ability to examine any incident, to draw the necessary conclusions, and to take legal action as necessary. More than 150 incidents have been examined and nearly 50 investigations have been launched by the Military Police Criminal Investigations Division since the operation’s conclusion. Furthermore, the report of the United

Nations fact finding mission on the Gaza conflict (i.e. the “Goldstone Report”) was published in September 2009, presenting 30 specific incidents related to the IDF, most of which were already familiar to the IDF and were in various stages of examination prior to the report’s publication. Read the whole thing. JPost adds: IDF Military Advocate General Maj. -Gen. Avichai Mandelblit decided Tuesday to charge a soldier with manslaughter for allegedly shooting and killing a Palestinian woman during Operation Cast Lead in the Gaza Strip last year. The incident took place on January 4 in Juhar a-Dik, near Gaza City, when a group of about 30 Palestinian civilians, including women and children, approached an Israeli military position. The group, according to several eyewitness accounts, was waving white flags.

At a certain point, one of the IDF soldiers from the Givati Brigade opened fire at a woman who was marching together with the group. A mother and daughter – 35-year-old Majda Abu Hajiji and her 64-year-old mother Salama were killed in the incident, although it is not clear which of them died from the Givati soldier’s fire. The incident was later thoroughly investigated by B’Tselem and mentioned in the Goldstone Report. During a military probe shortly following the incident, one soldier was picked out as responsible for opening fire at the group of civilians. The IDF said on Tuesday that dozens of Palestinians, soldiers and IDF officers were interrogated and that “gaps were discovered between the description provided by the Palestinians to the soldiers’ testimonies.” According to Palestinian testimonies, tank fire

killed the Hajiji women, while the IDF investigation showed no tank fire in the vicinity. However, the investigation did uncover a Givati soldier who admitted firing at a woman who he feared endangered his life. While the military police cannot identify the specific woman that the soldier allegedly shot and killed, the MAG decided nevertheless to press manslaughter charges against the soldier. A senior IDF officer said Tuesday that the Israeli penal code allows for charging a suspect with manslaughter, without a specific body being accounted for. And the fact that the IDF released this news two hours before Prime Minister Netanyahu’s meeting with President Obama? I’m sure that was all a coincidence…. posted by Carl in Jerusalem @ 10:28 AM Hija del Zion para Israel Support Israel • Israel reserves right to stop Lebanon-Gaza flotilla by wallyg Israel reserves right to stop LebanonGaza flotilla Israeli Ambassador to the United Nations Gabriela Shalev addresses a United Nations Security Council meeting in New York, January 6, 20... • Turkish filmmaker takes aim at U.S. and Israel Turkish filmmaker takes aim at U.S. and Israel Israel may not like it, but a popular Turkish television and film franchise which once depicted a Jewish doctor stealing organs from Muslim prisoners ... • Helen Thomas, Israel and the Palestinians – latimes.com Helen Thomas, Israel and the Palestinians The veteran journalist was pilloried for her remark about Israel, but where's the uproar over such comments directed a... ... Original post source

The 1967 borders are not defensible
by Carl in Jerusalem (Hija del Zion para Israel - Daughter of Zion for Israel)
Submitted at 7/6/2010 11:15:00 PM

The 1967 borders are not defensible Rick Richman was hoping that President Obama would be asked about the Bush letter on Tuesday. Unfortunately, that did not happen, at least in public. As is widely known, after the Six Day War, President Johnson commissioned a study of the Joint Chiefs of Staff to determine on a military basis only what territory that Israel liberated during that war it

needed to retain in order to have defensible borders. The study was completed within a few weeks after the war. I am reproducing part of the map that accompanied that report below (I wasn’t able to include the parts of Sinai that the report recommended that Israel maintain in the screen shot, but there’s a link below that includes the full map). As you can see, it does not leave a whole lot of room for a ‘Palestinian state,’ which is fine because there was no such thing as ‘Palestinians’ then (the PLO was founded in 1964 and did not have significant support). Note that the video calls for Israel to

retain the Jordan Valley and the high ground of Judea and Samaria. In any event, going back to the 1949 armistice lines (the 1967 border) is suicidal. Even if the result of not going back to the 1967 border is that any ‘Palestinian state’ looks like Swiss cheese. posted by Carl in Jerusalem @ 9:15 AM Hija del Zion para Israel Support Israel • Siouxsie and the Banshees – israel live 1983 Siouxsie and the Banshees with Robert Smith - israel live 1983 royal albert hall... • A C- for Prof. Fish Gershom

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EU: Seeking to combat homegrown terrorism
by Esther (Hija del Zion para Israel - Daughter of Zion for Israel)
Submitted at 7/7/2010 2:12:00 AM

EU: Seeking to combat homegrown terrorism Five years after the London bombings, in which 52 people died, homegrown terror remains a concern across Europe. More dialogue and a coordinated strategy is how EU countries hope to tackle the problem. Homegrown terrorism is a relatively new term – and a new phenomenon. But Europe has learned through experience that it is a danger from within that cannot be ignored. Five years ago, on July 7, 2005, four bomb attacks on the London transport system left 56 dead and countless wounded. One year earlier, the Madrid attacks claimed the lives of 191 people. This article was prepared by the Islam in Europe blog – islamineurope.blogspot.com In Germany, the so-called Sauerland terror cell had devised attacks on airports that were only prevented because the group’s plans were uncovered shortly before they intended to carry them out. Homegrown terrorism is different from attacks like those in the United States on September 11, 2001. The perpetrators come from the very

countries they attack, where they grew up and went to school. Most come from secular immigrant families and are brought up without religious zeal. They seem well integrated into society – until they come into contact with Islamist extremists. Some of these homegrown terrorists do not even have a Muslim background and only convert to Islam when they become adults. Some argue that the crucial lesson learned in the wake of the London and Madrid attacks was that efforts to foster closer cooperation with Muslims in European countries need to be stepped up. “It’s essential that we work with those parts of society where trends toward radicalization can occur,” says Ole Schroeder, a parliamentary state secretary in the German Interior Ministry. “For instance we have to directly work with mosques or with groups close to radical Islamists.” The best protection, Schroeder says, is to ensure that Muslim communities in European countries are not susceptible to extremist tendencies. The German government has tried to take a step in this direction by founding a forum on Islam aimed at creating a dialogue with Germany’s Muslim population on shared societal values. (…)

After the London attacks, European Union member states decided to join forces on the issue; Spain with its large Moroccan population is, for example, to devise a model on how such training can best be done. “The Spaniards have the responsibility for expertise on the training of imams and passing it along to the other countries,” said Magnus Ranstorp of the Swedish Defense College in Stockholm. In Britain, the authorities are also working together with mosques and Muslim communities to prevent the radicalization of young men. The British government has initiated a program with more than 260 publicly funded projects aimed at reaching out to the Muslim population. Mentoring schemes are one aspect. (…) Some argue that if a person is not susceptible to extremist ideologies, he or she won’t turn to terrorism. Among those who subscribe to this line of thought is Judith Sunderland of Human Rights Watch. Her group says that banning minarets or the burqa only leads to further radicalization. Terror suspects, they say, must never be treated with disrespect to the rule of law – as has been the case in several western counties. (…) “Measures that are taken to counter

terrorism that ultimately violate human rights, in the long run, feed the grievances and the sense of injustice that can fuel radicalization.” ( more) Source: DW-World Hija del Zion para Israel Support Israel • Denmark: European children fighting for PKK, claims former ROJ TV chief Denmark: European children fighting for PKK, claims former ROJ TV chiefDanish newspaper Berlingske Tidende continues to publish more information about ROJ TV and the PKK. Their most recent report rev... • EU: Terrorism financing ring arrested EU: Terrorism financing ring arrested On 11 May, five alleged key organisers were arrested as a result of judicial investigations and police operations. The investigation started in 2007 in Italy in... • EU: Benefits restriction on terror suspects’ wives ruled illegal EU: Benefits restriction on terror suspects' wives ruled illegalRestrictions on the payment of welfare benefits to wives of terror suspects imposed by Ed Balls when he was a Treasury minister have bee... Original post source

Probiotics
by Chana Rubin, RD (Hija del Zion para Israel - Daughter of Zion for Israel)
Submitted at 7/6/2010 10:00:00 PM

They’re added to yogurt, snack bars, water, baby food and pizza crust. You’ll find them in chewing gum, fruit juice, lozenges and toothpaste. They’re even in dog food. Are probiotics just another “health food” gimmick? What are they and what do they do? Should you add them to your diet? Although they don’t have a legal definition in the US, the World Health Organization defines probiotics as “Live microorganisms, which when administered in adequate amounts, confer a health benefit on the host.” “Live organisms” can also be described as “friendly or beneficial bacteria”. They’ve been around for thousands of years in fermented foods like yogurt and kefir. But because the science of probiotics is just emerging, there are still a lot of unknowns. In typical fashion, the marketplace is often ahead of the science. Products containing probiotics are all the rage. But not all of them are effective or worth your money. Here’s what you should know: The full name of the probiotic, including genus, species and strain For instance, a popular yogurt drink contains Lactobacillus (genus) casei

(species) DN-114 001(strain), a probiotic that may help support the immune system. Another yogurt product contains Bifidobacterium (genus) animalis (species) DN-173-010 (strain), a probiotic that may help relieve constipation. What’s it supposed to do? Different strains of probiotics provide different benefits. Targets for probiotic influence include digestive function (traveler’s and antibiotic related diarrhea, irritable bowel syndrome, lactose digestion, colic), oral health, allergies, eczema, vaginal and respiratory infections, and even brain function. Is there scientific research to back up the claims? The most important question to ask is whether the claim made for the product is true. Has it been tested on humans and shown to have a benefit? Search the web or call the company for details that may not be on the package. Check for articles published in scientific journals. Some products have their own website with links to clinical studies. How much probiotic is in a serving size or a dose? What is the expiration date of the product? It doesn’t matter if a probiotic is added to food or if it’s in supplement form. What’s important is whether reliable research substantiates the health claim and whether there’s an

adequate amount of probiotic for therapeutic benefit. The minimum dose must be the dose shown to have a health benefit in controlled studies. Are probiotics for everyone? Check with your physician before giving probiotics to infants, the elderly and anyone with a seriously compromised immune system. Terminally ill cancer patients and people whose conditions have the potential for leaky bowels (including acute pancreatitis) should not take probiotics. In Israel, there are a number of kosher yogurt products containing probiotics. In the US, similar products may or may not be kosher. Many yogurts in the US contain nonkosher gelatin, so check the labels. I found one probiotic supplement in the US with kosher certification, though most seemed to be non-kosher, due to their gelatin-based capsules.

Considering their possible benefits, probiotics are a low-risk intervention. They’re worth a try as long as you do your homework and find the right product (and the correct dose) for what ails you. For additional information about probiotics, try these websites: http://www.gastro.org/patient-center/ diet-medications/probiotics http://isapp.net http://www.usprobiotics.org Hija del Zion para Israel Support Israel • Salt II Most of the salt we eat comes from processed food liked canned and "instant" soup, sauces and salad dressing, canned fish, frozen foods, noodle and macaroni mixes and the all-time kosher kitchen favor... • Salt I Once again, New York City is making nutrition news. First it was a city-wide ban on trans fat. Now they're trying to get us to eat less salt. New York's "National Salt Reduction Initiative" aims to r... • Too Much of a Good Thing Can you eat too many vegetables? Apparently so. I've written about orthorexia nervosa – a condition where a person sets severe rules about food and restricts his or her eating to the point of becomi... Original post source

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Hamas top dog: "This is our plan for this stage – to liberate the West Bank and Gaza, without recognizing Israel’s right to a single inch of land, and without giving up the Right of Return for a single Palestinian refugee"
by Robert (Hija del Zion para Israel - Daughter of Zion for Israel)
Submitted at 7/6/2010 8:57:32 PM

Hamas top dog: “This is our plan for this stage – to liberate the West Bank and Gaza, without recognizing Israel’s right to a single inch of land, and without giving up the Right of Return for a single Palestinian refugee” But deep down, they really, really, want peace! “Hamas Leader Mahmoud Al-Zahhar: Our Plan Is to Establish a Palestinian State Without Recognizing Israel and Without Giving Up the Right of Return,” from MEMRITV, June 15: Following are excerpts from an interview with Hamas leader Mahmoud Al-Zahhar, which aired on Future News TV on June 15, 2010: Mahmoud Al-Zahhar: We have liberated Gaza, but have we recognized Israel? Have we given up our lands occupied in 1948? We demand the liberation of the West Bank, and the establishment of a state in the West Bank and Gaza, with Jerusalem as its capital – but without recognizing [Israel]. This is the key – without recognizing the Israeli enemy

on a single inch of land. This is our plan for this stage – to liberate the West Bank and Gaza, without recognizing Israel’s right to a single inch of land, and without giving up the Right of Return for a single Palestinian refugee. [...] Our plan for this stage is to liberate any inch of Palestinian land, and to establish a state on it. Our ultimate plan is [to have] Palestine in its entirety. I say this loud and clear so that nobody will accuse me of employing political tactics. We will not recognize the Israeli enemy. As for the issue of a referendum – [the Palestinian Authority] is ready to impose its position on people by force. Whoever wants to hold a referendum, and believes that he can get all of Palestine for the Palestinians, can hold a referendum, but will not give up the platform of resistance, and the plan to liberate Palestine in its entirety. This is unequivocal. [...] If we could liberate the Negev now, we would continue [our military activity], but our capabilities dictate that after we got rid of the Israeli

presence in Gaza, we must finish off the remnants of that occupation, and move on to the West Bank. Posted by Robert on July 6, 2010 8:57 PM | No Comments Print this entry | Email this entry | Digg this | del.icio.us | Hija del Zion para Israel Support Israel • Israel’s Latest Violation Every time Israel's right-wing government engages in yet another outrageous violation of international legal norms, it is easy to think, "No way are they going ... ... • Shir Lamaalot por BenYâHmín en Tu Bishvat Zamerando (cantando) la Tehil·láh 121 en el Arvít del 15 de Shevát del 5769.... • Resolution 194 To give an idea of how Efraim Karsh uses real facts to turn Arab propaganda that has become conventional wisdom on its head in his book Palestine Betrayed, here is what he writes about UN Genera... Original post source

Le Chaim Menorah Judaica – judaica
by paraisrael (Hija del Zion para Israel - Daughter of Zion for Israel)
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You don’t say: Hezbullah operatives on US – Mexico border
by Carl in Jerusalem (Hija del Zion para Israel - Daughter of Zion for Israel)
Submitted at 7/7/2010 1:20:00 AM

You don’t say: Hezbullah operatives on US – Mexico border Representative Sue Myrick (R-NC) has demanded an investigation into a Fox News report that a Hezbullah terror cell is operating among drug smugglers on the border between the United States and Mexico. The Republican representative referenced several incidents that show evidence of Hizbullah’s efforts to infiltrate the US region with the aid of Mexican drug cartel gangs. “It is vital we know what is happening on our border, especially as crime and violence continue to rise there and as terrorist plots and threats are increasing inside the US,” quoted the Fox News report. Myrick cited the warming relationship between Iran and Venzuela as proof that Hizbullah members may be collaborating with Latin American drug cartels, who may be utilizing Hizbullah’s ability to dig underground tunnels for drug smuggling and in turn, providing funding, document forging and false identities. The Fox News report referenced Anthony Placido, assistant

administrator for intelligence at the Drug Enforcement Administration, testifying at a House Oversight and Government Reform subcommittee in March this year, that some drug smugglers in the US-Mexico region have had relationships with Hizbullah between the 1980s and 1990s. “There are numerous reports of cocaine proceeds entering the coffers of Islamic Radical Groups such as Hezbollah and Hamas,” Fox News quoted Placido when he testified to the subcommittee. Placido labeled the proceeds as “easy revenue” that could potentially be used to fund terrorism. Fox News also cited a 2006 House Homeland Security Committee report which details incidents of Hizbullah operatives who were apprehended when trying to access the US through Mexico. The report mentions Mahmoud Youssef Kourani, a Hizbullah member who pleaded

guilty in 2005 for supplying information to the terror organization after he was smuggled in the US through Mexico, and lived in Dearborne, Michigan. I’ve discussed this problem several times before going back as far as 2006, also here and here. Just think: If all the illegal aliens in the US are granted amnesty, any Hezbullah operative who are already in the US would automatically have the legal right to stay. What could go wrong? posted by Carl in Jerusalem @ 11:20 AM Hija del Zion para Israel Support Israel • Iran to Israel Sign up for a FREE t r i p t o I s r a e l a t www.birthrightisrael.com An unexpected applicant shows up at the Taglit-Birthright Israel office. Cartoon by http... • Imam misunderstands Islam, pleads guilty in New York bomb plot Imam misunderstands Islam, pleads guilty in New York bomb plot ... • Jewish Civilization: Art and Architecture Jewish Art and Architecture pictures... Original post source

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reconstruction is exactly the wrong thing to do. The terrorists are the sharp end of an oil spear being plunged into our bellies. And we’re choosing to replay the same Cold War strategy we used against the USSR, that required us to fight a long global cold war for two generations, and several botched hot wars against Communist proxies. And in the process we’re selling out our real allies and putting our faith in Muslim dictatorships, including the same ones funding the terror networks, to see us through. It’s bad strategy as we pay in blood, cash and oil, while they just pay in cash. Instead of thinking of innovative new ways to dress up the same old nation building hearts and minds strategies, it’s time to confront the real source of the problem. Bluntly and forcefully. For too long our Muslim allies have been playing both sides, soliciting our protection, while they nurture and feed the terrorists who are killing us. This double game is business as usual

in the Middle East. The same Kuwaitis who enlisted American PR firms to sell us on Gulf War #1, enlisted more PR experts to portray Guantanamo Bay as a gulag and force the release of the Kuwaiti 12. The Saudis whom we protected in that same war, went on funding Jihadi mosques and just plain Jihadis. Beyond the Middle East, the Pakistani ISI service which we used to fund the Afghan resistance, helped build the Taliban, and it’s still playing a complicated double game, complicated further by internal rivalries in both countries. Trying to sort through this mess, just tangles us in it even further. The only way is to decisively cut the Gordian Knot, to end the games and make it clear how we will respond to terrorism. Unless we do that, we’ll continue to be stuck in the same objectiveless limbo, fighting hosts of ghosts and shadows, rather than striking at the real enemy. Hija del Zion para Israel Support Israel

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Koch: ‘They’re nuts if they think that she’s dumb; she’s very smart’
by Carl in Jerusalem (Hija del Zion para Israel - Daughter of Zion for Israel)
Submitted at 7/7/2010 2:30:00 AM

Why Israel cannot make peace with the ‘Palestinian Authority’
by Carl in Jerusalem (Hija del Zion para Israel - Daughter of Zion for Israel)
Submitted at 7/6/2010 10:15:00 PM

Why Israel cannot make peace with the ‘Palestinian Authority’ Barry Rubin explains thy it’s not likely that Israel will make peace with the ‘ Palestinian Authority’ anytime soon. So what if the PA failed? Would conventional wisdom in Washington switch to saying that Israel had no real alternative for peace and thus US policy should back Israel or would the PA merely find some new gimmick? Even if it succeeded in creating a marvelous stable, prosperous, democratic (does that mean elections that Hamas might win?) entity, would that mean it was ready to make a real and lasting peace with Israel? Not necessarily. Because the issue is not whether there is more money or less corruption but whether there is a Palestinian readiness to end the conflict, teach their people to give up their dream of getting all of Israel, provide security guarantees and be willing to resettle refugees in the state of Palestine.

Why should Israel give up territory and security to the PA merely because it prosecutes corrupt leaders (don’t hold your breath) and is more prosperous? What it needs to know is that the conflict won’t continue, that there won’t be cross-border raids, that Hamas won’t take over and that Palestine won’t invite in Syrian or Iranian military forces, to cite some examples. And of course, Israel doesn’t ‘know’ any of those things. If anything, it

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Koch: ‘They’re nuts if they think that she’s dumb; she’s very smart’ I read all the time that Sarah Palin is a dumb hick who could never win an election. Not according to former New York Mayor Ed Koch, who by the way gives President Obama a grade that’s a bit below a ’solid B+.’ Let’s go to the videotape (Hat Tip: Jammie Wearing Fool). Koch says he wouldn’t vote for Palin. But what if she were running against Obama? Hmmm. posted by Carl in Jerusalem @ 12:30 PM Hija del Zion para Israel Support Israel • Israel Transfers Fatah Refugees to West Bank Fatah refugees in Israel are being transferred to Jericho in Erez crossing on Monday August 4, 2008. The Defense Ministry and the Palestinian Authority decided late Monday morning to tr... • PA mourns death of Neturei Karta leader Ma'an Arabic says that the PA sent a high-level delegation to the funeral of Moshe Hirsch, the Neturei Karta leader who did everything he could to destroy Israel while claiming that the Torah demands ... • Jewish Games Kosherland Board Game A great beginner's game. 2 or more players, ages 4-7. Product DescriptionBased on the popular CandyLand board game, KosherLand is a first board game for a Jewish child. Travel through KosherTown ... Original post source

Video: Netanyahu – Obama ‘press availability’
by Carl in Jerusalem (Hija del Zion para Israel - Daughter of Zion for Israel)
Submitted at 7/6/2010 9:43:00 PM

Video: Netanyahu – Obama ‘press availability’ Here’s video of the Netanyahu – Obama ‘press availability’ on Tuesday at the White

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14Kt Yellow Gold 7.5 mm X 7 mm Judaica Star of David Pendant
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Submitted at 7/6/2010 11:35:10 PM

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Refreshing Israeli Salads
by About.com Kosher Food (Hija del Zion para Israel Daughter of Zion for Israel)
Submitted at 7/6/2010 9:23:46 PM

My family eats Israeli Salad almost every day in the summer as it is easy to prepare, inexpensive, healthy, tasty, and complements a variety of main dishes. Classic Israeli Salad consists of finely diced tomatoes, REFRESHING page 8

Obama warms to Israel Cheese Borekas
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Part 2: The Book of Zohar – Selections, chapter "Vayetze", item 331, lesson 19
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