Saturday, October 29, 2005

Billy Boy takes a stand for Israel

Israelis travelling on the main highways in the Tel-Aviv area got to see enormous billboards, ads by the Microsoft Corp. The text reads "From the depth of our heart - thanks to the Israeli Defence Forces" on the background of the Israel national colors -- note that the Star of David is formed with blue hearts !
Gotta love it ... Bill Gates got balls and is taking a stand for Israel. Who would have thought ?! Big Up, Billy Boy !


To many visitors of our blog this piece of news may seem trivial ... in sharp contrast to the recent declaration of war uttered against Israel by the Iranian Fuehrer. Nevertheless, I consider it to be not only encouraging, but also of greater significance: We've all heard the news about the plans of several American churches to "divest" from Israel - that is, pull all the money they once invested in Israel out of the Jewish nation, with only a single expressed purpose: Weaken Israel as a modern, free and democratic nation, and at the same time support the "palestinians" and their unlawful leaders ( PA, terror gangs like Hamas, ...). The divestment campaigns of these churches were motivated solely by an anti-Semitic ideology, no economical considerations at all. It is less than chilling to witness this lack of moral judgement, not to mention wisdom, thereby displayed by several major American churches: The Jews are their ancestors in faith, the moslems their enemies. This behavior is strangely fitting into the behavior of Western atheist leftists, however, who also ally themselves with the evil forces of islamist reaction -- despite their pretense to champion women's rights or combat superstition and overcome traditions.

It is all the more surprising therefore that a business company like Microsoft, with no claim to follow an ethical system like a church does, goes out and openly declares its support not only of Israel, but of the IDF !

Israel needs friends like Bill Gates, who come to Israel not only out of economic considerations ( though all such people and companies are more than welcome as well ! And Israel does offer great opportunities and human ressources esp. in the high-tech sectors, compare this article: "Bill Gates Praises Israel´s Hi-Tech", Link: http://israelnn.com/news.php3?id=91785 ), but out of principle, out of affection for the Holy Land and its wonderfully industrious people, to support the first and, until Iraq's liberation, the only modern democracy in the Middle East. Israel needs strong individuals who faithfully stand at her side even in the most dire straits ...

From the depth of my heart, I say: Thanks to the IDF ... and to investors like Billy-Boy !

PS: I will not repeat Eve's fault and bite into the Apple ... lest the Jews will be thrown out of their small paradise. LOL.

Thursday, October 27, 2005

Israel urges UN to exclude Iran

Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad
Mr Ahmadinejad warned Muslim leaders not to recognise Israel
Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon has called on the United Nations to expel Iran after its president called for the Jewish state to be "wiped off the map".

"A country calling for the destruction of another people cannot be a member of the UN," Mr Sharon said.

Mahmoud Ahmadinejad's comment has been condemned by Western states and Russia, which suggested it would deepen the row over Iran's nuclear ambitions.

Iran later accused the West of turning a blind eye to Israeli "crimes".


Also a picture from the 'World without Zionism' conference where the comments were made:


If anyone doubted who the intended audience was....

Wednesday, October 26, 2005

Suicide bombing

From LGF:

The filthy savages of Islamic Jihad have committed another act of mass murder: Five Killed in Bombing at Israeli Market.

ADERA, Israel - A Palestinian suicide bomber on Wednesday struck a food stand in the central Israeli town of Hadera, killing five people, wounding at least 30 and leaving a path of destruction at an open air market, police and rescuers said.

Israel should be wiped off the map

Yet more reasons why Iran should be allowed nuclear weapons:

TEHRAN, Iran - Iran’s hard-line president called for Israel to be “wiped off the map” and said a new wave of Palestinian attacks will destroy the Jewish state, state-run media reported Wednesday.

President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad also denounced attempts to recognize Israel or normalize relations with it.

“There is no doubt that the new wave (of attacks) in Palestine will wipe off this stigma (Israel) from the face of the Islamic world,” Ahmadinejad told students Wednesday during a Tehran conference called “The World without Zionism.”

“Anybody who recognizes Israel will burn in the fire of the Islamic nation’s fury, (while) any (Islamic leader) who recognizes the Zionist regime means he is acknowledging the surrender and defeat of the Islamic world,” Ahmadinejad said.

Ahmadinejad also repeated the words of the founder of Iran’s Islamic revolution, Ayatollah Ruhollah Khomeini, who called for the destruction of Israel.

“As the imam said, Israel must be wiped off the map,” said Ahmadinejad, who came to power in August and replaced Mohammad Khatami, a reformist who advocated international dialogue and tried to improve Iran’s relations with the West.

Ahmadinejad referred to Israel’s recent withdrawal from the Gaza Strip as a “trick,” saying Gaza was already a part of Palestinian lands and the pullout was designed to win acknowledgment of Israel by Islamic states.

“The fighting in Palestine is a war between the (whole) Islamic nation and the world of arrogance,” Ahmadinejad said, using Tehran’s propaganda epithet for the United States and Israel. “Today, Palestinians are representing the Islamic nation against arrogance.”



Yahoo

Friday, October 21, 2005

Translating The Prophet Of Doom

I've been to this site lately:
http://www.prophetofdoom.net/
And They've a book that's called the Prophet Of Doom, and they ask people will translate it to many languages as they can ( see contact page ), and spread.
I think it's important to do that, so as soon as I'll be able I'll start a Hebrew translation.

Happy Sukot everyone!
Eran

"Dead Jews Aren't News"

Tom Gross has a must-read piece in today's Spectator, on the remarkable focus of much of the world's media on the poor, depressed terrorists and their fellow enablers, as opposed to their victims. The empathy extended to Rachel Corrie is especially sickening:

But ultimately the play, and many of the articles about Corrie that have appeared, are not really about the young American activist who died in such tragic circumstances. They are about promoting a hate-filled and glaringly one-sided view of Israel.

Thursday, October 20, 2005

Abbas recieves "demands" from Bush

From LGF, another typical example of MSM bias:

Oh, the injustice. Oh, the humanity. Abbas may get little but demands from Bush summit.

“Demands” that Abbas put an end to the slaughter. “Demands” that seem beyond reason to Reuters.

RAMALLAH (Reuters) - Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas hopes President George W. Bush will also step up pressure on Israel when he demands at their summit on Thursday that the Palestinian authority do more to rein in militants.

But political analysts said that one month after Israel evacuated the Gaza Strip, Bush was unlikely to go far enough ... [Etcetera, etcetera, etcetera. —ed.]


Courtesy of Palestinian Reuters reporter Wafa Amr.

Tuesday, October 18, 2005

Training our enemies



Great piece in today's FrontPageMag on how US and Western efforts to arm Palestinian police to crack down on terrorist elements is in reality just "training our enemies"

FrontPageMag.com

Thursday, October 13, 2005

Well said...

If the occupation was the cause of terrorism, why was terrorism sparse during the years of actual occupation, why did it increase dramatically with the prospect of the end of the occupation, and why did it escalate into open war upon Israel's most far-reaching concessions ever?

-- Efraim Karsh

Tuesday, October 11, 2005

Word Verification On

Comments again up for non-members

You can still spam away manually but meh, better than nothing

What a line....

Ahmad Rami, the head of “Radio Islam” in Sweden:

As far as I’m concerned, Judaism is not a religion. Judaism is a criminal and dangerous mafia.

Awwwwwwww shucks

MEMRI

Friday, October 07, 2005

AlBardaei Won Nobel Prize. What for?

The Head of the IAEA, an Egyptian Citizen named AlBardaei won a Nobel Prize for peace.
What for I'm curious?
For not stopping Iran?
From taking the credit from the US that taken doen N. Korea?
Oh, excuse me.
For letting Iran achieve her goal, a Nuclear Technology for a Bomb?
In the Name of " Liberalism " that a Nuclear Iran under a former terrorist will lead to a World " Peace " under Islam?
If I'm not wrong, Arafat won that thing too, and look what ARAFAT has done.
So, should I prepare my kit against WOMD?

If You Want Peace...

To all those who thought and feared that th IDF's spirit, its courage, its audacity, its cunning, and its boundaryless confidence had vanished and gone - Fear Not.

They seem to be back, epitomized by its current Chief of Staff, Lt. Gen. Dan Halutz. His interview in today's Jerusalem Post is a must-read:

If they escalate terrorism, we'll escalate our actions to counter terrorism. And in the end, we can reduce terrorism to almost zero. I'll never say absolute zero, but close. And the fact is that in 2004, terrorism dropped to the lowest levels in four years. And the same in 2005.


Furthermore, this is exactly the right message to send to those EUroweenies who would imprison every Israeli who ever defended his country against Hitler's grandchildren:

IDF Chief of General Staff Lt.-Gen. Dan Halutz almost dares someone to invite him to London.
He's even prepared to sit in jail to prove Israel is legitimate in its war on terrorism.



Next Year in Teheran?

Tuesday, October 04, 2005

More violence in "Occupied Territories"

This yesterday:
Palestinian Police Storm Parliament

GAZA CITY, Gaza Strip - Dozens of disgruntled Palestinian police officers stormed the parliament building Monday, complaining they do not have enough firepower to confront Hamas, and legislators upset over the growing chaos demanded that Palestinian leader Mahmoud Abbas reshuffle the Cabinet and fire his security chief.

The protest and parliament's rebuke of Abbas came a day after the worst fighting between Hamas and police in nearly a decade. Three people were killed, including the deputy police chief in the Shati refugee camp near Gaza City, who was shot in the head after he and his men ran out of bullets during a Hamas assault on their station.


And now this today:
Knife attacker killed in W Bank

A Palestinian woman has been shot dead by Israeli troops at a military checkpoint in the northern West Bank after she stabbed a female soldier.

The army said the woman took out a knife and attacked the soldier, lightly wounding her in the face.

Other soldiers shot the attacker in the legs, the army said. Both women were treated at the scene, but the Palestinian later died.

But is anyone listening?

A bit late....

But better late than never I say:

Happy Jewish New Year to everyone!