Since its discovery in 1896, the biblical historians of any obedience have tried to demonstrate the validity of the destruction of Israel by the armies of Pharaoh. However this interpretation is false and the polemical discussions around it have no grounds.
The hieroglyphic reading of the word translated by Israel is “ iisii-r-iar ” and, in my book, I largely extended on its meaning. I have demonstrated that « iisii-r-iar » is in fact an egyptian sentence meaning: those exiled because of their sin. Pharaohs Ramsès II and Merneptah used this sentence when talking about the exiled Akhenaton’s followers, forced to quit Egypt. The name of this people iisii-r-iar changed into Israël, through the alteration of the letter r into l.
Short version; someone altered the text on the Stele of Merneptah to change “Exiles” into “Israel”. Now, who would do a thing like that?
“The world and the region must continue to isolate Iran,” Israel Defense Forces Chief of Staff Lt. Gen. Benny Gantz said on Wednesday.
Grantz added: “we must not forget one basic thing: Israel is the only country in the world which someone is calling for its destruction and which someone is building the tools to do so. This is something that cannot be ignored.”
Apparently, Lt. General Gantz has never received the memo that every inspection by the IAEA has proven that absolute ZERO nuclear materials have gone missing.
So, how are Iranian scientists supposed to be building a bomb, when all nuclear materials are accounted for?!?
The short answer is, they CAN’T, Lt. General!!!
Do you think Americans are so logic-challenged they don’t understand this?!? This is a blatant insult against the basic intelligence of the people of this country, and we resent it.
And as to that allegation that Iran’s leadership wanting to destroy Israel, or wipe it off the map; that’s the biggest alleged statement that Ahmedinejad never made.
“Ahmadinejad did not say he was going to wipe Israel off the map because no such idiom exists in Persian,” remarked Juan Cole, a Middle East specialist at the University of Michigan and critic of American policy who has argued that the Iranian president was misquoted. “He did say he hoped its regime, i.e., a Jewish-Zionist state occupying Jerusalem, would collapse.” Since Iran has not “attacked another country aggressively for over a century,” he said in an e-mail exchange, “I smell the whiff of war propaganda.”
In these statements you’ve made, sir, I see desperation on the cusp of madness in an attempt to get a war against Iran going any possible way you can, and for absolutely no intellectually honest reason.
And I would strongly caution you, sir, that thinking Americans are sick and tired of the costs, in blood and money, which have been sacrificed upon the altar of potential Israeli hegemony in the region: ENOUGH!!
As you are well aware, Iran hasn’t begun a military conflict in over 200 years, and certainly not since it became an Islamic Republic in 1979.
Israel estimated on Thursday that Iran could make four atomic bombs by further enriching uranium it has already stockpiled, and could produce its first within a year of deciding to build one.
But in his rare public remarks, Major-General Aviv Kochavi, chief of military intelligence, held out the possibility stronger international sanctions might dissuade Tehran from pursuing a policy he had no doubt was aimed at developing nuclear weapons, despite Iranian denials.
Apparently, Israeli Major-General Aviv Kochavi didn’t get the memo that IAEA inspectors, who have recently returned from Iran, characterized it as a “good trip.”
“We are committed to resolve all the outstanding issues and the Iranians said they are committed too,” Herman Nackaerts, IAEA deputy director general, told reporters after returning from Tehran. “But of course there is still a lot of work to be done and so we have planned another trip in the very near future.” Asked if he was satisfied with the talks, Nackaerts said: “Yeah, we had a good trip.” He described the talks as “intensive discussions” with their Iranian counterparts but declined to give any more details, saying he first needed to brief his boss, Amano. Later, the IAEA issued a brief statement saying another meeting would take place from Feb 21-22 in Tehran.
Israel is absolutely desperate to get this war going; the sooner, the better, and definitely before this next round of IAEA meetings in Tehran, and the impending collapse of the Euro, which will bring the US banking system down with it.
General Dempsey, who has recently been to Israel, has told the top brass there with whom he met that if Israel started a war against Iran, that they would be on their own, without any US military assistance.
Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Gen. Martin Dempsey told Israeli leaders Jan. 20 that the United States would not participate in a war against Iran begun by Israel without prior agreement from Washington, according to accounts from well-placed senior military officers. Dempsey’s warning, conveyed to both Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and Israeli Defense Minister Ehud Barak, represents the strongest move yet by President Barack Obama to deter an Israeli attack and ensure that the United States is not caught up in a regional conflagration with Iran.
What this means is that we may well be looking at, and very soon, is a huge false flag attack in this country with which to con the American people, and its government, into a war against Iran.
There is a thorn in the side of the Israeli prohibitions industry, in the guise of several stubborn and persistent women of retirement age. In a word: nudniks. They are the MachsomWatch volunteers, who during the past seven years have been offering their persistence in order to appeal the travel ban that the Shin Bet security service imposes on Palestinians who seek work in Israel.”
“Without historical evidence, we are forced to say that some things are never arrived: it is the job of an archaeologist,” Hawas. The site is a two-hour drive from Cairo, after the bridge Mubarak, in the northern Sinai, in a region called East Qantara. For nearly a decade, archaeologists returning Egyptian soil with the help of surrounding towns daily to try to unearth remnants of the past. This desolate landscape, which is the monotony broken only by a few electrical towers, has generated enthusiasm because it confirms stories told in hieroglyphics or going back to antiquity. The archaeological remains dating in fact more or less at the time, according to the Bible, the Jews fled Egypt and then spent forty years wandering in the wilderness in search of the Promised Land.
Relinked in light of Spielberg’s intention to stay hopelessly trapped in the past instead of dealing with the present by making yet another movie about Moses.
Amid all the hype and hysteria over the so-called “radical” and “violent” roots of Islam and its prophet Mohammed, Steven Spielberg is set to direct,“Gods and Kings,” a biopic based on the Old Testament’s most beloved homicidal maniac.
Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Gen. Martin Dempsey told Israeli leaders Jan. 20 that the United States would not participate in a war against Iran begun by Israel without prior agreement from Washington, according to accounts from well-placed senior military officers.
“You’ll change your mind when we blow up that @#$% Washington Monument and frame @#$% Iran for it, fella!” — Nodding Yahoo