Jamal Kanj sees similarities between Israel’s Price Tag organization and Hitler’s Youth, and calls on the world to take note before it is too late. “Price Tag membership is currently around 3,000, proportionally larger than Hitler”s Youth, who numbered less than 5,000 in 1925. Ignored by world powers, Hitler’s Youth … swelled to 25,000 by 1930, propelling the Nazi party to power.”
For years, the paranoid Israelis have been screaming bloody murder that the President of Iran, Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, said that “Israel should be wiped from the map.” Of course, the man said no such thing, it was a deliberate mis-translation meant to serve their purposes: to demonize Ahmadinejad and Iran and to justify an unprovoked attack against the Islamic Republic of Iran.
So what did Ahmadinejad actually say? To quote his exact words in Farsi:
“Imam ghoft een rezhim-e ishghalgar-e qods bayad az safheh-ye ruzgar mahv shavad.”
The full quote translated directly to English:
“The Imam said this regime occupying Jerusalem must vanish from the page of time.”
Word by word translation:
Let me tell you the ways the uber-lobbying group AIPAC (the American Israel Public Affairs Committee) is fouling relations with the United States and the world community—and I’ll tell you no lies.
Stopping Iran from obtaining a nuclear weapon is more important than President Barack Obama’s re-election campaign, Washington Post and widely syndicated columnist Charles Krauthammer wrote Sunday.
He also revealed that a senior administration official told the newspaper, “We’re trying to make the decision to attack as hard as possible for Israel.”
The veteran journalist accused President Obama of cheering for Israel at last week’s American Israel Public Affairs Committee (AIPAC) conference and then stepping an about-face by agreeing “to yet another round of talks with the mullahs” of Iran despite previous “blatant Iranian stalling and unseriousness” on the part of the Ahmadinejad regime.
However, thankfully, the United States, Canada, the European Union and even Israel itself have Kahane’s Kach Party and the Kahane Chai Party on their Terrorist Lists.
Apparently this means nothing to Israel’s Knesset Speaker. He seems to have gotten his feathers ruffled when one of Kahane’s followers, who happens to be a member of the Israeli government was denied an entry visa to attend a conference in the United States.
“Because you Canadians are just a bunch of anti-Semites … like those untrustworthy Americans!” — Nodding Yahoo
The fourth day of Israeli attacks against the Gaza Strip continued, killing at least seven people, including three civilians. The toll of the recent bombing campaign so far is 25 killed.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is openly talking of a full-scale ground invasion, and the Israeli military says it is “ready” to launch such an operation, the first of its kind since 2009?s Cast Lead, which killed about 1,400 people.
I have to wonder if it was actually Israeli agents-provacateurs doing the lobbing of missiles at Israel as the “justification” for a ground invasion, since complete ethnic cleansing and genocide against all Palestinians is a huge part of Netanyahu’s political and personal credo.
Israeli forces opened fire on a funeral procession east of Gaza City on Tuesday, injuring three Palestinians, hours after a truce was agreed to halt cross-border violence.
I think Israel’s plan is to go on slaughtering the Palestinians in the most offensive way possible daring Iran and Syria to react, or possibly setting the stage for a false-flag attack to be blamed on Iran, claiming Iran is responding to Israel’s aggressions against Palestine.
Judy Nir Mozes Shalom, wrote on her Facebook page in Hebrew on Saturday:
I hope that at tomorrow’s cabinet meeting a decision will be accepted to enter Gaza and kill all those responsible for the nightmare that is happening in the south. It’s time even for the passive residents of Gaza to suffer the way the residents of the south are suffering.
Overnight Monday, Israel and militant factions in the Gaza Strip reportedly agreed to an Egyptian-mediated truce to end four days of cross-border violence, but on Tuesday morning, five mortar shells were fired toward southern Israel. They exploded in open areas and there were no reported casualties.
Any time you have a bottle-rocket or a mortar shell flying into Israel and hitting absolutely nothing, it is probably fired by Israeli agents provocateurs so that Netanyahu, frustrated that he can;t get the US to murder Iranians for him, can go on murdering Gazans.
In fact, Israel provoked this violence and according to some Israeli commentators its goals are to escalate pressure for war with Iran and to drag Hamas away from diplomacy and back into violence.
by Ali Abunimah