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their lies and evil and anti-Christ is exposed
Bow to your master
race, Judeo Churchinsanity
A few weeks ago, a senior Greek Orthodox
clergyman in Israel attended a meeting at a government office in Jerusalem’s
Givat Shaul quarter. When he returned to his car, an elderly man wearing a
skullcap came and knocked on the window. When the clergyman let the window
down, the passerby spat in his face.
The clergyman prefered not to lodge a
complaint with the police and told an acquaintance that he was used to being
spat at by Jews. Many Jerusalem clergy have been subjected to abuse of this
kind. For the most part, they ignore it but sometimes they cannot.
On Sunday, a fracas developed when a yeshiva (Talmudic
Hasidic anti-Christ Choose) student
spat at the cross being carried by the Armenian Archbishop during a procession
near the Holy Sepulchre in the Old City. The archbishop’s 17th-century cross
was broken during the brawl and he slapped the yeshiva student.
Both were questioned by police and the yeshiva
student will be brought to trial. The Jerusalem District Court has meanwhile
banned the student from approaching the Old City for 75 days.
But the Armenians are far from satisfied by
the police action and say this sort of thing has been going on for years.
Archbishop Nourhan Manougian says he expects the education minister to say
“When there is an attack against Jews
anywhere in the world, the Israeli government is incensed, so why when our
religion and pride are hurt, don’t they take harsher measures?” he asks.
According to Daniel Rossing, former adviser to
the Religious Affairs Ministry on Christian affairs and director of a
Jerusalem center for Christian-Jewish dialogue, there has been an increase in
the number of such incidents recently, “as part of a general atmosphere of
lack of tolerance in the country.”
Rossing says there are certain common
characeristics from the point of view of time and location to the incidents.
He points to the fact that there are more incidents in areas where Jews and
Christians mingle, such as the Jewish and Armenian quarters of the Old City
and the Jaffa Gate.
There are an increased number at certain times
of year, such as during the Purim
holiday.”I know Christians who lock
themselves indoors during the entire Purim holiday,” he says.
The day of their celebration of their father the
MURDERER FROM the Beginning
Former adviser to the mayor on Christian
affairs, Shmuel Evyatar, describes the situation as “a huge disgrace.” He
says most of the instigators are yeshiva students studying in the Old City who
view the Christian religion with disdain.
“I’m sure the phenomenon would end as soon
as rabbis and well-known educators denounce it. In
practice, rabbis of yeshivas ignore or even encourage it,” he says.
the so called rabbi's of the Chabad Lubavitch who
control, Sanhedrin, Moscow, Bejing, Washington DC, Paris, Berlin and London
Evyatar says he himself was spat at while
walking with a Serbian bishop in the Jewish quarter, near his home. “A group
of yeshiva students spat at us and their teacher just stood by and watched.”
Jerusalem municipal officials said they are
aware of the problem but it has to be dealt with by the police. Shmuel
Ben-Ruby, the police spokesman, said they had only two complaints from
Christians in the past two years. He said that, in both cases, the culprits
were caught and punished.
He said the police deploy an inordinately high
number of patrols and special technology in the Old City and its surroundings
in an attempt to keep order.
the nature of that WHORE City jerusalem
of blood, who chose the "Robber" and rejected the
"Chooser".......the "Choose" the anti-Christ master race of
Jn:5:18: Therefore the Jews sought the more to kill him, because he not only had broken the sabbath, but said also that God was his Father, making himself equal with God.
Father Samuel Aghoyan, a senior Armenian Orthodox cleric in
Jerusalem's Old City, says he's been spat at by young haredi and national Orthodox
Jews "about 15 to 20 times" in the past decade. The last time
it happened, he said, was earlier this month. "I was walking back from the
Church of the Holy Sepulchre and I saw this boy in a yarmulke and ritual fringes
coming back from the Western Wall, and he spat at me two or three times."
Conspicuous targets. "Every Christian cleric who's
been here for a while, and who dresses in robes in public, has a story to
tell about being spat at," says Father Athanasius, a Franciscan monk.
Photo: Sarah Levin
Wearing a dark-blue robe, sitting in St. James's Church, the
main Armenian church in the Old City, Aghoyan said, "Every single priest in
this church has been spat on. It happens day and night."
Father Athanasius, a Texas-born Franciscan monk who heads the
Center inside the Jaffa Gate, said he's been spat at by haredi and national
Orthodox Jews "about 15 times in the last six months" - not only in
the Old City, but also on Rehov Agron near the Franciscan friary. "One time
a bunch of kids spat at me, another time a little girl spat at me," said
the brown-robed monk near the Jaffa Gate.
"All 15 monks at our friary have been spat at," he
said. "Every [Christian cleric in the Old City] who's been here for awhile,
who dresses in robes in public, has a story to tell about being spat at. The
more you get around, the more it happens."
A nun in her 60s who's lived in an east Jerusalem convent for
decades says she was spat at for the first time by a haredi man on Rehov Agron
about 25 years ago. "As I was walking past, he spat on the ground right
next to my shoes and he gave me a look of contempt," said the black-robed
nun, sitting inside the convent. "It took me a moment, but then I
Since then, the nun, who didn't want to be identified,
recalls being spat at three different times by young national Orthodox Jews on
Jaffa Road, three different times by haredi youth near Mea She'arim and once by
a young Jewish woman from her second-story window in the Old City's Jewish
Armenian Archbishop Nourhan Manougian.
Photo: Ariel Jerozolimksi
But the spitting incidents weren't the worst, she said - the
worst was the time she was walking down Jaffa Road and a group of middle-aged
haredi men coming her way pointed wordlessly to the curb, motioning her to move
off the sidewalk to let them pass, which she did.
"That made me terribly sad," said the nun, speaking
in ulpan-trained Hebrew. Taking personal responsibility for the history of
Christian anti-Semitism, she said that in her native European country, such
behavior "was the kind of thing that they - no, that we used
to do to Jews."
Speak for your self and your fathers
who did the lust of their father the MURDERER, for True Christ believers have
NEVER MURDERED in the name of Jesus. This is the greatest Hoax of the imposter
News stories about young Jewish bigots in the Old City
spitting on Christian clergy - who make conspicuous targets in their long dark
robes and crucifix symbols around their necks - surface in the media every few
years or so. It's natural, then, to conclude that such incidents are rare, but
in fact they are habitual. Anti-Christian
Orthodox Jews, overwhelmingly boys and young men, have been spitting with
regularity on priests and nuns in the Old City for about 20 years, and the
problem is only getting worse.
1Jn:2:22: Who is a liar but he that denieth that Jesus is the Christ? He is antichrist, that denieth the Father and the Son.
1Jn:4:3: And every spirit that confesseth not that Jesus Christ is come in the flesh is not of God: and this is that spirit of antichrist, whereof ye have heard that it should come; and even now already is it in the world.
"My impression is that Christian clergymen are being
spat at in the Old City virtually every day. This has been constantly increasing
over the last decade," said Daniel Rossing. An observant, kippa-wearing
Jew, Rossing heads the Jerusalem Center for Jewish-Christian Relations and was
liaison to Israel's Christian communities for the Ministry of Religious Affairs
in the '70s and '80s.
For Christian clergy in the Old City, being spat at by Jewish
fanatics "is a part of life," said the American Jewish Committee's
Rabbi David Rosen, Israel's most prominent Jewish interfaith activist.
"I hate to say it, but we've grown accustomed to this. Jewish
religious fanatics spitting at Christian priests and nuns has become a
tradition," said Roman Catholic Father Massimo Pazzini, sitting
inside the Church of the Flagellation on the Via Dolorosa.
These are the very opposite of isolated incidents. Father
Athanasius of the Christian Information Center called them a
"phenomenon." George Hintlian, the unofficial spokesman for the local
Armenian community and former secretary of the Armenian Patriarchate, said it
was "like a campaign."
Christians in Israel are a small, weak community known for "turning
the other cheek," so these Jewish xenophobes feel free to spit on them;
they don't spit on Muslims in the Old City because they're afraid to, the
THE ONLY Israeli authority who has shown any serious concern
over this matter, the one high official whom Christian and Jewish interfaith
for stepping into the fray, is Ashkenazi Chief Rabbi Yona Metzger.
On November 11, Metzger addressed a letter to the
"rabbis of the Jewish Quarter," writing that he had "heard a
grave rumor about yeshiva students offending heaven…[by] spitting on Christian
clergy who walk about the Old City of Jerusalem." Such
attackers, he added, are almost tantamount to rodfim, or
persecutors, which is one of the worst class of offenders in Jewish law. They
violate the injunction to follow the "pathways of peace," Metzger
wrote, and are liable to provoke anti-Semitism overseas.
"I thus issue the fervent call to root out this evil
affliction from our midst, and the sooner the better," wrote the chief
Metzger published the letter in response to an appeal from
Armenian Archbishop Nourhan Manougian, an appeal that came in the wake of a
September 5 incident in the Old City in which a haredi man spat on a group of
Armenian seminarians who, in turn, beat him up. (See box.)
This is not the first time Metzger has spoken out against the
spitting - he did so five years ago after the most infamous incident on record,
when Manougian himself was spat on by an Old City yeshiva student during an
Armenian Orthodox procession. In response, the archbishop slapped the student's
face, and then the student tore the porcelain ceremonial crucifix off
Manougian's neck and threw it to the ground, breaking it.
Then interior minister Avraham Poraz called the assault on
the archbishop "repulsive" and called for a police crackdown on anti-Christian
attacks in the Old City. Police reportedly punished the student by
banning him from the Old City for 75 days.
Seated in his study in the Armenian Quarter, Manougian, 61,
said that while he personally has not been assaulted since that time, the
spitting attacks on other Armenian clergy have escalated.
Conspicuous targets. "Every Christian cleric who's
been here for a while, and who dresses in robes in public, has a story to
tell about being spat at," says Father Athanasius, a Franciscan monk.
Photo: Sarah Levin
"The latest thing is for them to spit when they pass
[St. James's] monastery. I've seen it myself a couple of times," he said.
"Then there's the boy from the Jewish Quarter who spits at the Armenian
women when he sees them wearing their crosses, then he runs away. And during one
of our processions from the Church of the Holy Sepulchre this year, a fellow in
a yarmulke and fringes began deliberately cutting through our lines, over and
over. The police
caught him and he started yelling, 'I'm free to walk wherever I want!' That's
what these settler types are always saying: 'This is our country and we can do
whatever we want!'"
Where are the police in all this? If they happen to be on the
scene, such as at the recent procession Manougian described, they will chase the
hooligans - but even if they catch them, they only tell them off and let them
go, according to several Christian clergymen.
"The police tell us to catch them and bring them in, but
then they tell us not to use violence, so how are we supposed to catch
them?" asked Aghoyan, a very fit-looking 68-year-old. "Once a boy came
up to me and spat in my face, and I punched him and knocked him down, and an
Armenian seminarian and I brought him to the police station [next to the
Armenian Quarter]. They released him in a couple of hours. I've made many,
complaints to the police, I'm tired of it. Nothing ever gets done."
Said Rosen, "The police say, 'Show us the evidence.'
They want the Christians to photograph the people spitting at them so they can
make arrests, but this is very unrealistic - by the time you get the camera out,
the attack is over and there's nothing to photograph."
Victims of these attacks say that in the great majority of
cases the assailants do not spit in their faces or on their clothes, but on the
ground at their feet. "When we complain about this, the police tell us,
'But they're not spitting on you, just near you,'" said Manougian.
Sitting inside the Church of the Flagellation on the Via
Dolorosa, Pazzini recalled: "Early this year there were about 100 Orthodox
Jewish boys who came past the church singing and dancing. The police were with
them - I don't know what the occasion was, maybe it was a holiday, maybe it had
to do with the elections. There was a group of Franciscan monks standing in
front of the church, and a few of the Jewish boys went up to the monks, spat on
them, then went back into the crowd. I went up to a policeman and he told me,
'Sorry about that, but look, they're just kids.'"
Jerusalem police spokesman Shmuel Ben-Ruby refused to provide
an official comment on the situation on behalf of the Old City police station.
"We don't give interviews on relations between Jews and Christians in the
Old City," he said. "We're not sociologists, we're policemen."
The Jerusalem municipality likewise refused to be
interviewed. "We have not received any complaints about this matter and we
do not deal with things of this nature," said assistant city spokesman
EVERY CHRISTIAN cleric interviewed for this article stressed
that they weren't blaming Israeli Jewry as a whole for the spitting attacks; on
the contrary, they said their general reception by Israeli Jews, both secular
and religious, was one of welcome.
"I keep in mind that for every person here who's spat at
me, there are many more who've come up and said hello," said Father
"I studied at Hebrew University for seven years and the
atmosphere was wonderful. I made a lot of friends there," said Pazzini.
"My class members at ulpan visited our convent, they
couldn't have been more warm and friendly," said the nun in east Jerusalem.
She recalled that a group of boys in a schoolyard near the ulpan once threw
stones at her and another nun, and two ulpan teachers saw it, became outraged
and went straight into the school principal's office. "The kids never threw
stones at us again," the nun said.
"I don't want to cause troubles for Israel - I love Am
Yisrael," said Manougian, adding that he felt completely unthreatened
and at ease when visiting Tel Aviv, Haifa and other parts of the country. The
problem of belligerent Orthodox Jews spitting at Christian clergy, added Rossing,
is evidently confined to Jerusalem.
Rv:11:8: And their dead bodies shall lie in the street of the great city, which spiritually is called Sodom and Egypt, where also our Lord was crucified.
There was a time when priests and nuns in the capital went
virtually unmolested. In the first 20 years or so after Israel conquered the Old
City in the 1967 Six Day War, spitting incidents did occur, but only once in a
very long while. Old City police would lock the offender up for the night, which
proved an effective deterrent, said Hintlian. "Whatever problem we had, we
could call [mayor] Teddy Kollek's office, we could call people in the Foreign
Ministry, the Interior Ministry, we could call Israeli ambassadors. In those
days, Christians in Jerusalem were 'overprivileged,'" he said.
That era of good feelings came about as a result of two
circumstances, continued Hintlian, the leading chronicler of Jerusalem's
Armenian history. For one, he says, Israel in general and Jerusalem in
particular were much more liberal in those days, and secondly, Israeli
authorities were out to convince the Christian world that they could be trusted
with their newly acquired stewardship over the Old City's holy places.
"Now Israel doesn't need the
world's approval anymore for its sovereignty over Jerusalem, so our role is
finished," said Hintlian. "Now we don't have anyone in authority to
Yisca Harani, a veteran Jewish interfaith activist who
lectures on Christianity to Israeli tour guides at Touro College, likewise says
the change for the worse came about 20 years ago. She blames the spitting attacks
on the view of Christianity that's propagated at haredi and national Orthodox
hasidic Talmudic Chabad Lubavitch Dan
Aholah of Sanhedrin of the North
"I move around the Old City a lot," she said,
"I come in contact with these people, and what they
learn in these fundamentalist yeshivot is that the goy is
the enemy, a hater of Israel. All they learn about Christianity is the
Holocaust, pogroms, anti-Semitism."
anti-Christ of their g-d wannabe Satan
of Talmud of Babylon
Rosen recalls that in 1994, after Israel and the Vatican
opened diplomatic relations, he organized an international Jewish-Christian conference
in Jerusalem, "and the city's chief rabbi called me in and said, 'How can
you do this? Don't you know it's forbidden for us? How can you encourage these
people to meet with us?'
"He told me that when he sees a Christian clergyman, he
crosses the street and recites, 'You shall totally abhor
and totally disdain…' This is a biblical verse that refers to
idolatry." Rosen noted that the Jerusalem chief rabbi of the time, like the
more insular Orthodox Jews in general, considered Christians to be idolators.
because they do not serve the g-d
wannabe of Talmudic Judaism........SATAN the father id anti-Christ
The people doing the spitting, according to all the Christian
victims and Jewish interfaith activists interviewed, are invariably national
Orthodox or haredi Jews; in every attack described by Christian clerics, the
assailant was wearing a kippa.
The great majority of the attackers were teenage boys and men
in their 20s. However, the supposition was that they came not only from the Old
City yeshivot but also from outside. Hintlian and Aghoyan noted that the
spitting attacks tended to spike on Fridays and Saturdays, when masses of
Orthodox Jews stream to the Western Wall.
the wall of Saturnalia, to wail for
The hot spots in the Old City are the places
where resident Orthodox Jews and Christians brush up against one another -
inside Jaffa Gate, on the roads leading through the Armenian Quarter to the
Jewish Quarter and around Mount Zion, which lies just outside the Old City and
is the site of a several yeshivot.
Of all Old City Christians, the Armenians get spat on most
frequently because their quarter stands closest to those hot spots.
Near Mount Zion, four teenage boys on their way
to the Diaspora Yeshiva affirmed with a nod that they knew about the spitting
attacks on Christian clergy. "But it's nobody from our yeshiva," said
one boy, 16, who noted that he'd seen it happen twice right around there - once
by a boy wearing a crocheted kippa and once by a boy without a kippa. (This was
the only mention I heard of a secular Jew spitting on a
"We're against it because it's a desecration - it gives
religious Jews a bad name," said the boy. He added, however, "Inside,
I also feel like spitting on the Christians because everybody knows how they
preach against the Jews. But I'd never do it."
ONLY A TINY proportion of the spitting incidents are reported
to police. "When somebody spits at our feet, or at the door to the
monastery, we don't even pay attention to it anymore, we take it for
granted," said Aghoyan. We have no suspect or evidence to give the police,
nor any reason to think the police care, he said.
Pazzini, the vice dean of the seminary at the Church of the
Flagellation, said the dean of the seminary had his face spat upon, but he
rejected Pazzini's urgings to file a police complaint. "He told me,
'There's no point, this is the way things are around here,'" Pazzini said.
spitting today, decapitation tomorrow
Even outrageous incidents, one after another, go unreported
to the police and unknown to the public. About a month ago, when a senior Greek
Orthodox bishop was driving into the Jaffa Gate, a young Jewish man motioned him
to roll down his window, and when he did, the young man spat in the bishop's
face, said Hintlian.
Father Athanasius says that about a year ago, he witnessed
the archbishop of Milan, which is one of the world's largest Roman Catholic
dioceses, get spat at in the Old City. "The archbishop was with another
Italian bishop and a group of pilgrims, and a class of about a dozen adolescent
boys in crocheted kippot and sidecurls came by with their teacher. They stopped
in front of the archbishop and his guests, the boys began spitting at the ground
next to their feet, and then they just kept walking like this was normal,"
said Father Athanasius. "I saw this with my own eyes."
Rosen, Rossing and Hintlian say the most frustrating thing is
that there's no longer anyone in authority who's ready to try to solve this
problem, and the reason is that the Christian community in Israel is too small
and powerless to rate high-level attention anymore.
However all Homelandt Say-Kurity
fundings go to the Chabad Lubavitch yeshiva's
"In the old days there were ministers and a mayor in
Jerusalem who took the Christian minority seriously, but now virtually everyone
dealing with them is a third-tier official, and while these individuals may have
wonderful intentions, they have no authority," said Rosen. As far as the
current cabinet ministers go, he said the phenomenon of Orthodox
Jews spitting on Christian clergy "is at most distressing to some of them,
while there are other ministers whose attitude toward non-Jews in general is
Among Christian victims and Jewish interfaith activists
alike, the consensus is that two steps are needed to stop the spitting attacks.
One, of course, would be much stronger law enforcement by police. The other
would be an educational
effort against this "campaign," this "phenomenon," this "tradition"
- although it may be that there's nothing to teach - that a person, even an
adolescent, either knows it's wrong to spit on priests and nuns or he doesn't.
"We can't tell the Jews in this country what to do -
they have to see this as an offense," said Father Athanasius. "There's
only a small part of the population that's doing it, but the Jewish
establishment has to bring them under control."
hide and watch
the self appointed
"Choose" the master race of the g-d of this world
Non-Jews are Not
Human Baba Mezia 114a-114b. Only Jews are human ("Only ye are designated
Israel, November 26, 2009, (Pal Telegraph) - I was shocked to see this
photograph of Israeli elders (Hasidic Choose of Talmud)
showing children how to use weapons of war. It is a known fact that in Israel
young children are raised with this mentality. Israeli children from the age of
13 are offered a variety of training.
Many schools have uniformed teacher soldiers and guides who provide the vital
link between the education system and the military. A more intense programme of
activities starts at age 15-16 and from age 16 onwards students are brainwashed
ready to enlist in the IDF.
Youth battalions are offered a one week military training programme on an IDF
base as part of the 16-17 year old curriculum at most Jewish State Schools. The
armed forces also directly administered schools, including the Beit Biram
Military Boarding School in Haifa, which accepted students from age 14. Pupils
at this school are called cadets and wear military uniforms. The Israeli Air
Force (IAF) also run four technical schools for children aged 13 and above. Amal
High School in Ramat David was a joint military-civilian facility for children
aged 13 and older based on an IAF base.
A number of voluntary summer and extra-curricular courses involving military
training are available for Israeli and foreign children from the age of 14-15.
These included courses run directly by the IDF and those run by other
organizations, such as the scouts. Trials to serve in elite units of the
military began from the age of 17. This early start on the young of Israel can
only lead to ongoing aggression towards Palestinians and certainly will embed
apartheid as a way of life. On occasion IDF soldiers were reported to have stood
by, or given encouragement to Israeli children engaged in hostile behavior
towards Palestinians. In one case an Israeli soldier showed a Palestinian's
identity papers to two settler children, aged around 12. They and four other
children then threw stones at the Palestinian under the gaze of the soldier.
When one looks at the pro Israeli lobby in the US, UK and EU we can see a
very strong web of pressure being applied to almost all political parties
especially on those that are directly funded by the so called
"Friends of Israel" (Judeo-Churchinsanity)
groups. It is easy to see why Israel has become so arrogant in its
foreign policy and its ability to totally disregard any UN Resolution passed
against it.......knowing that their paid political puppets will rally round and
vote against any "Anti Israeli Actions". We see this time and time
again in US Congress and also in the British Parliament. The current vote
against the Goldstone Report is a classic example of manipulation by the Pro
When it comes to the United Nations we again see a majority vote in the
General Assembly against any Israeli action which eventually goes before the
Security Council to be vetoed by another well orchestrated plan that takes place
behind the scenes. How many times do we see a country abstain from a vote when
it is clear that someone has whispered in the ear of the representative? Another
classic example of this was when Israel asked the US not to vote on the issue of
Israel's ceasing its conflict in Gaza. This was direct pressure from the Israeli
Government as well as internal pressure from the lobby groups.
The lack of parental control allows the children of Israel to take the law
into their own hands. Israeli (hasidic anti-Christ
Talmudic) children living in settlements were frequently involved in
violent confrontations with Palestinian neighbours. Youngsters
under 12 are encouraged by the elders to carry out acts of violence and
vandalism against Palestinians and their property. These new settlers in
West Bank understand how to manipulate the situation by using under age children
knowing that they cannot be charged in the criminal sense.
The Special Representative of the UN Secretary-General for Children and Armed
Conflict visited the area in April 2007. She recommended the establishment of
independent investigation mechanisms to follow up alleged violations of
children's rights. She suggested that Israel review its policies on detention
for Palestinian children. As we can see to this day very little has altered but
rather the opposite. Palestinian children going to school
have to receive armed escorts.
The children of Israel are raised in an open society with no "Berlin
Wall" and with total freedom of movement. They live in very affluent
surroundings with all the necessary entertainment that one associates with young
people. On the other hand the children of Palestine are
totally segregated and sometimes separated from members of their extended
families. Their communities are surrounded by the notorious wall or other wired
offensive barriers. They do not share the same affluence as their counterparts
nor do they have freedom or travel and they are starved of basic nutrition.
In Gaza one cannot even compare this situation with Israel or with their
brothers in the West Bank. We are talking about an existence rather than a life.
We are talking about the fact that they do not even have the basic necessities
of life and live in appalling conditions. One cannot even
contemplate that this coming winter will be an unimaginable test of survival for
all the residents of the strip.
When one looks at the photographs below you can see the working of the
aggressive and overpowering Israeli Government. The wall and barriers erected by
the Israelis signifies a past era that one can only associate with Nazi/Soviet
style segregation techniques such as concentration camps and man made ghettos.
Similar photographs could be viewed after WW2 showing such barriers created
against the Jewish communities in Europe and it is extremely hard to find any
difference. The Israeli Government act in such a way one can hardly believe they
would be capable of such atrocities having gone through this same torment during
the war. They carry out attacks at any time on the Gaza Strip and also carry out
incursions into both Gaza and West Bank on clandestine operations which normally
result in the arrest of Palestinian citizen both men and women of all ages. Some
of those removed have never been seen or heard of again. Politically motivated
assassinations also take place.
In the photographs below, in the top left picture one can see the
overpowering dominance of the illegal Israeli settlement looking down on the
much smaller Palestinian villages. The photograph of the wall and by its sheer
size shows that this is far worse than the "Berlin
Wall" and far worse than the segregation that took place in South
Africa. The bottom two photographs show the total devastation in Gaza and
hundreds of children only left to play in the rubble of what were once their
homes. One can never forgive any
nation that creates such a situation and yet those that are responsible for this
evil act against humankind are funding politicians in the US, UK and EU to have
their excessive brutality approved. One can see a clear case of an apartheid
system coming into being.
The g-d of the choose blisses
that god wannabe is the
MURDERER from the beginning
Alliance" opposed to the self chosen Master race
Chavez: 'Genocidal' Israel aims to
In a meeting with Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud
Abbas on Friday night, Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez accused
Israel of aiming to "exterminate" the Palestinians.
Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad and Venezuela's
President Hugo Chavez shake hands during an agreements signing ceremony at
Miraflores presidential palace in Caracas, Wednesday.
Standing beside Abbas at the presidential palace, Chavez
saluted the Palestinians for what he called their "fight against the Yankee
empire ... against the genocidal state of Israel, which attacks, which kills,
which attempts to exterminate the Palestinian people."
Abbas thanked the Chavez government for its support and said:
"We're all on the same path."
Chavez made similar remarks on Wednesday, denouncing Israel
as "a murderous arm of the Yankee empire" during a visit by Iranian
President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad.
Earlier Friday, the PA president dismissed Prime Minister
Binyamin Netanyahu's plan to temporarily halt new
construction of West Bank settlements as insufficient, saying
Palestinians do not accept Israel's tack in trying to restart peace
During his first visit to Venezuela, the PA president said,
"We can't accept the current Israeli government's concept for the
"We don't have any condition to restarting negotiations
except the commitment of the two sides to the foundations of the peace operation
according to the road map, and especially stopping the expansionist activities
of the Israelis," Abbas told lawmakers, speaking through an interpreter.
He said Wednesday's announcement by Netanyahu of a 10-month
halt to new construction in West Bank Jewish settlements "didn't bring
anything new because the occupation is going to continue in the West Bank and in
"The Israeli prime
minister had to choose between peace and occupation." Abbas said.
"Lamentably, he chose occupation."
Abbas earlier visited Brazil, Argentina, Chile and Paraguay
to build support for efforts toward a Palestinian state.
Latin American leaders backed his calls for Israel to halt
settlement construction and also to guarantee that future borders are based on
1967 lines. Netanyahu says such matters must be resolved in negotiations.
Chavez has been strengthening ties with
Israel's adversaries while trading verbal barbs with President Shimon Peres, who
predicted last week in Argentina that the people of Venezuela and Iran will soon
get rid of their leaders.
"They won't hold, not because any of us is going to kill
them; their own people are getting tired of them," Peres said.
Chavez interpreted that as a threat. "The president of
Israel comes here to South America, and he immediately opens fire against us and
against me saying I'm going to disappear soon," Chavez told reporters
Wednesday. "Well, let's see who disappears first."
Peres spokeswoman Ayelet Frisch has denied the president
threatened anyone, saying he meant Venezuelans and Iranians will replace their
leaders by democratic means.
Chavez broke diplomatic ties with Israel in January to
protest its military offensive in the Gaza Strip. In April, Palestinian
officials opened a diplomatic mission in Venezuela, saying it would be a
diplomatic hub in South America.
Abbas told Venezuela's National Assembly that the long
history of Mideast negotiations has shown in the past that Israel "doesn't
want peace." He compared the barrier of walls and fences separating Israel
from Palestinian areas to the Berlin Wall.
"The Palestinian people, like the rest of the peoples of
the world, want to live free, peacefully, independent," Abbas said.
"When is the world going to hear us?"
never, for the world serves their god
of their flesh.......SATAN
Chavez has repeatedly condemned Israel as a
"genocidal" government, though he has also assured Jews living in
Venezuela he wants to maintain good relations with them.
A leading Jewish community group, that Venezuelan
Confederation of Israelite Associations, criticized the government's warm
reception of Ahmadinejad this week.
An international Jewish rights group, the Los Angeles-based
Simon Wiesenthal Center, demanded on Thursday that the Organization of American
States investigate what it called Venezuela's role in promoting terrorism,
condemning Chavez's praise of Carlos the Jackal - the imprisoned Venezuelan
notorious for a series of Cold War-era bombings, assassinations and hostage
Chavez lauded Carlos - whose real name is Ilich Ramirez
Sanchez - last week as a "revolutionary fighter" who aided the cause
of the Palestinians.
against the worlds terrorist the
Talmudic hasidic anti-Christ choose
Ramirez is serving a life sentence in a French prison for the
1975 murders of two French secret agents and an alleged informant. He also has
been linked to the 1976 hijacking of an Air France jet en route to Uganda, as
well as bombings in France.
Shimon Samuels, the Simon Wiesenthal Center's director of international
relations, called Chavez's remarks "an abominable message"
condoning violence. "He prefers to put himself on the side of the
murderers," Samuels said.
and satan cries out while he
enslaves and kicks mankind
The anti-Christ and their
forever redundant fake whining and destroying of their opponents
am I anti-Semitic? Based upon
the anti-Christ criteria against Jesus, you better betcha 100% through and
US newspaper accused of
11.28.09, 12:58 /
Leader of campaign
to drive advertisers away from Berkeley Daily Planet says editor
'addicted to anti-Israel expression just as an alcoholic is to drinking.' Editor
in response: I have the old-fashioned basic liberal thing of believing that the
remedy for speech you don’t like is more speech
A group of
NYT said the paper has published unpopular opinions on other subjects, but
stressed that such pieces are in a section of the paper that clearly states they
“do not necessarily reflect the views of the Daily Planet.”
In a letter to advertisers, Sinkinson likened the paper to a “publication that
praises the Nazis or the Ku Klux Klan.”
“I think that is unusual to say the least that anybody would think that
they could dictate a whole area of the world that is simply off limits for
discussion.” O’Malley was quoted by NYT as saying.
She told NYT that she has no intention of stopping the publication of
“I have the old-fashioned basic liberal thing of believing that the remedy
for speech you don’t like is more speech,” O’Malley, 69, told NYT. “If
somebody says something you don’t like, say what you think. And
I felt it a privilege here in my middle age to be in a position to make that
The editor of dpwatchdog.com, a site that contains pages of what it calls
anti-Semitic writings published in The Planet., says his goal is not to close
the paper, but “reform”
“We make a serious effort to get most words spelled right in the headlines,
which we don’t always achieve,” O’Malley told NYT. “And we of course
never knowingly print something that we know to be untrue. But, frankly, there
are things we don’t know.”
In 2006, the NYT report said, The Planet printed a letter from an Iranian
student who suggested that the Jews had brought historical persecution —
including that by the Nazis — on themselves.