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Against Unreasonable Searches and Seizures,
Shall Not Be Violated


Saturday, July 26, 2008

'Mother from Hell is dying and the Arab World seems not to care'

Egypt has agreed to allow Miriam Farhat, who is also known is Umm Nidal or the 'Mother from Hell' to be treated in a Cairo hospital after she had a heart attack and could not get proper treatment at Gaza City's Shifa Hospital. Farhat became famous in Israel in March 2002 after her son murdered five Yeshiva students and wounded 23 others during a Friday night rampage in Atzmona in the Gaza Strip. After 19-year old Muhammad was shot dead, a video was released showing Farhat encouraging her son to become a 'martyr.' A second son was killed in a 'work accident' in 2003, and a third son was hit by the IAF helicopters in 2005. Farhat was elected a Hamas 'MP' in 2006. When last we heard from her, in October 2006, the IDF destroyed a weapons cache in her home. But even the Egyptians did not want to let Farhat into Cairo. It took 'pressure' by Hamas to get that done.
As she lay in the intensive care unit at Gaza City's Shifa Hospital, Hamas leaders appealed to Egypt to reopen the Rafah border crossing immediately to enable Farhat to receive medical treatment in Cairo.

Relations between Hamas and Egypt have been strained lately after Hamas officials accused Cairo of failing to fulfill a promise to reopen the Rafah crossing in the aftermath of the cease-fire agreement that was reached with Israel last month.

Tensions between the two parties escalated last week when some Hamas officials said that Egypt was not an "honest broker" in the talks over the release of kidnapped St.-Sgt Gilad Schalit. The officials said that Hamas would not resume talks over the release of Schalit until the Egyptians agreed to reopen the border crossing.

Hamas Prime Minister Ismail Haniyeh was among the first to visit Farhat in hospital. Emerging from the intensive care unit, Haniyeh urged the Egyptians to reopen the crossing to "save her life." He said that the time has come to reopen Rafah permanently.

"More than 1.5 million Palestinians have been living in a big prison [in the Gaza Strip] for the past 14 months," he said.

"The siege has resulted in the death of more than 215 Palestinians who were unable to receive medical treatment outside the Gaza Strip." [Hey Ismail - with all the international aid you've been given, why isn't there a decent hospital in the Gaza Strip? CiJ]

Hamas Health Minister Bassem Naim also made an urgent appeal to his Egyptian counterpart to allow Farhat to be moved to a hospital in Cairo.

Earlier, Hamas spokesman Fawzi Barhoum accused Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas and Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak of "participating in the siege on the Gaza Strip." He said the continued blockade was aimed at "blackmailing" Hamas.

"Mubarak and Abbas bear the responsibility for the ongoing catastrophe in the Gaza Strip," he added, warning that Farhat, who is popularly known as Umm Nidal, was in urgent need of advanced medical treatment. [Can I quote him on that? He actually left Israel out! CiJ]

"The Mother of Martyrs is dying and the Arab world does not seem to care," a Hamas representative told The Jerusalem Post. "It's a disgrace that a Palestinian woman who sacrificed three of her sons for the cause is being barred from receiving proper medical treatment in an Arab country."

Another Hamas official warned that Farhat's death could trigger a wave of anti-Egyptian protests throughout the Gaza Strip. "If the woman dies because she is denied medical treatment in Egypt, the entire Gaza Strip will explode," he said.

"I don't rule out the possibility that much of the anger would be directed toward Egypt and that people would try to storm the Rafah border crossing."
Heh. I hope she dies a slow and painful death.

Cross-posted to Israel Matzav.
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Ahmet Yildiz: Victim of Turkey's first acknowledged gay honour killing?

HAT TIP: Mean Gene


In a corner of Istanbul today, the man who might be described as Turkey's gay poster boy will be buried – a victim, his friends believe, of the country's deepening friction between an increasingly liberal society and its entrenched conservative traditions. Ahmet Yildiz, 26, a physics student who represented his country at an international gay gathering in San Francisco last year, was shot leaving a cafe near the Bosphorus strait this week. Fatally wounded, the student tried to flee the attackers in his car, but lost control, crashed at the side of the road and died shortly afterwards in hospital. His friends believe Mr Yildiz was the victim of the country's first gay honour killing


Turkey was all but closed to the world until 1980 but its desire for European Union membership has imposed strains on a society formerly kept on a tight leash. As the notion of rights for minorities such as women and gays has blossomed, the country's civil society becomes more vibrant by the day. But the changes have brought a backlash from traditionalist circles wedded to the old regime. Bungled efforts by a religious-minded government to loosen the grip of Turkey's authoritarian version of secularism have triggered a court case aimed at shutting the ruling party down, with a verdict expected within a month.Against this backdrop, the issues of women's rights, sexuality and the place of religion in the public arena have been particularly contentious. Ahmet Yildiz's crime, his friends say, was to admit openly to his family that he was gay.


"The media ignores or laughs off violence against gays," says Buse Kilickaya, a member of the gay lobbying group Pink Life, adding that Ahmet Yildiz's death "risks being swept under the carpet and forgotten like other cases in the past". Turkey has a history of honour killings. A government survey earlier this year estimated that one person every week dies in Istanbul as a result of honour killings. It put the nationwide death toll at 220 in 2007. In the majority of cases, the victims are women, but Mr Yildiz's friends suspect he may be the first recorded victim of a homosexual honour killing."We've been trying to contact Ahmet's family since Wednesday, to get them to take responsibility for the funeral," one of the victim's friends said yesterday, standing outside the morgue where his body has been for three days. "There's no answer, and I don't think they are going to come." The refusal of families to bury their relatives is common after honour-related murders.


So-called "honour killings" continue to be a grim reality wherever conservative social mores resist the rule of law.In Turkey, a recent government study estimated that around 1,000 honour killings have been committed in the past five years. The victims are mostly young women, murdered by male relatives for transgressing chauvinistic social rules.

Women have been killed for having illicit affairs, talking to strangers, or even for being the victim of rape. Turkey's justice system has recently increased penalties for honour killings, and ended the practice of allowing murderers to claim family honour as an extenuating circumstance. However, getting a child relative to carry out the killing remains a horrifying way around the law.The problem is not confined to Turkey. The UN estimates that 5,000 honour killings take place globally every year, from Brazil to Pakistan to Britain.

Police estimate more than a dozen honour killings take place in the UK every year, such as the brutal rape and murder of 20-year-old Banaz Mahmod by her uncle and father in 2006, or the murder of Rukhsana Naz, strangled by her family because she wanted a divorce in 1999.Honour killings have not so far really targeted gay men, although in 2006 a wave of anti-gay killings took place in Iraq, carried out by fanatical Islamist militias. A Jordanian man was shot and wounded by his brother in 2004, apparently for being gay.



When Christians and Jews begin to honor kill homosexuals all you so smart masterflaters out there be sure and let me know now, ya hear?


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Barack Obama's Muslim Conduit

Lecturing Europe While
Accepting the Social Structure of Brutality

From the New Media Journal July 25, 2008:

New York Times columnist David Brooks recently wrote, "The reason we have a democracy is that no one side is right all the time. The only people who are dangerous are those who can't admit, even to themselves, that obvious fact." Aside from the glaring error in his declaration that we live in a democracy (the United States is actually a Democratic Republic, not a democracy) his assertion is spot on. In light of the logic in Mr. Brook's statement, it would seem that the woman slated to be Barack Obama's "Muslim liaison" is dangerous, especially to women.

While Barack Obama was lecturing tens of thousands of Germans during his "fact-finding tour" – interesting that he declared he was going to the Middle East and Europe to "listen" and ends up pontificating – his campaign created the position of "Muslim Liaison;" a position meant to serve as a conduit between his campaign and the Muslim community. Presumably, this position was created because his campaign realized that their Islamophobia (he has yet to address a Muslim forum or talk at a Mosque) was incredibly hypocritical and served to disenfranchise and discriminate against the American-Muslim community.

The likely candidate for this position is Hiam Nawas, a Jordanian-American who served in a similar capacity for the ill-fated 2004 presidential campaign of aspiring politician Wesley Clark (interestingly, for someone who served in a recent presidential campaign the Internet is stunningly devoid of any substantial biographical information on Ms. Nawas).

One of the things we do know about Ms. Nawas is that she has a fairly nonchalant and cavalier attitude regarding the plight of women in the Islamic culture.

In 2005, Nawas wrote that the Bush Administration should "nuance" its approach toward addressing the cruelty and barbarity women face in the Islamic culture:

"We need to recognize that the social structure in the Muslim world is very different from America's...American women need to understand that what is best for them is not necessarily what is best for Muslim women. Advocacy of women's rights in the Muslim world must show sensitivity to local political realities."

Anyone who has spent even the smallest amount of time researching the plight of women in Islamic society should be stunned, not only by the depth of Nawas' appeasement to the totalitarian and despotic attitudes toward women in Islamic society, but for the fact that a presidential candidate would be so callow as to find someone – let alone a woman – possessing Nawas' attitude acceptable to serve as a liaison to any plurality.

As I outlined in a prior article, Women in Islam: Suffering the Barbary of an Ideology, the treatment of women in Islamic society can only be defined as barbaric. While there are some locations throughout the Muslim World that are making strides toward rectifying this situation – Saudi Arabia is allowing women to drive now – this is overwhelmingly the exception rather than the rule.

It is a verifiable and undeniable fact that women in the fundamentalist Islamic world are relegated to the status of possessions. Women are routinely sold into arranged marriages by their fathers who receive a dowry for the "sale"; the dowry sometimes issued in the form of goats or other forms of livestock. The practice of polygamy is widespread throughout the Middle East. In countries such as Iran, Saudi Arabia, Egypt and Pakistan, to name but a few, women are subjected to despotic cultural edicts where "offenses," ranging from un-Islamic dress to being "in the presence" of an unrelated male, are punished – justified under Sharia Law – by whippings, beatings, stoning and death sentences. Honor killings occur frequently and Islamic society accepts it with no form of recourse, no justice for the victim.

And while Ms. Nawas is readying herself to espouse her indifference to the plight of Muslim women in the name of Barack Obama's candidacy, she does so intimating that the problem of Islamic cultural inequity toward women is a malady removed from American soil. This notion is a falsehood of the highest order. Honor killings are taking place right here on American soil.

Sarah and Amina Said, 17 and 18 respectively, were murdered by their father Yaser Said in Dallas, Texas, in February of 2008 because he felt Western culture was corrupting the chastity of his daughters. He is currently at large. Law enforcement believes he is being harbored by the Islamic community in North Texas.

In Atlanta, Georgia, Chaudhry Rashad, admitted to strangling his 25-year old daughter, Sandela, saying he killed his daughter as a matter of honor, because he felt her plans for divorce would have disgraced the family.

In Henrietta, New York, Waheed Allah Mohammad stabbed his 19-year old sister, Fauzia, to death because she was going to clubs, wearing immodest clothing and planning to leave her family for a new life in New York City.

A superficial search of the term "honor killing" on the Internet results in 2,440,000 entries, so it is impossible to say that the issue is outside the mainstream.

While the instances of honor killings here in the United States are being prosecuted the fact remains that women are considered and treated as possessions in the Islamic culture, whether here in the US or abroad, to the extent of being murdered. Meanwhile, Ms. Nawas says we need to "show sensitivity to local political realities." Muslim women are dying, both overseas and on American soil, and Ms. Nawas believes we should "nuance our approach" so as not to offend those maintaining the despotic culture.

As Barack Obama finished his "fact-finding tour" speech (really, who goes on a fact-finding trip and has the audacity to stage a speech for tens of thousands) he proclaimed:

"This is the moment we must help answer the call for a new dawn in the Middle East."

It would seem that Barack Obama's idea of a "new dawn" for women trapped in the Islamic culture – in light of his pick for liaison to the Muslim community – is one that includes a "nuanced approach" to the brutality the Islamic culture inflicts on women each and every day. I'm sure tossing them that bone will win him votes...cast right before they find themselves in pools of their own blood for having had the audacity to vote; for having had the "audacity of hope."
Quite frankly, Barack Obama's Muslim conduit is his rectum. Bend over, Barack. You know you want it.
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Storm Track Disinformation: When Muslim Girls Just Want to Have Fun – Don’t!

Pakistan again is the winner of Islamic intolerance. If you’re a Christian boy who has eyes for a Muslim girl, then you literally take your life in your hands.

Read the rest at The Gathering Storm.
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IBA Man Of The Year

Angry man shoots lawn mower for not starting

Sheer, unmitigated manliness
I think all real men (who've had to mow their own lawn at one time or another) can relate to this story.

I would have done the exact same fucking thing.

In fact, where's my machine gun? I'll go do it right now just to show solidarity.

MILWAUKEE - A Milwaukee man was accused of shooting his lawn mower because it wouldn't start. Keith Walendowski, 56, was charged with felony possession of a short-barreled shotgun or rifle and misdemeanor disorderly conduct while armed.

According to the criminal complaint, Walendowski said he was angry because his Lawn Boy wouldn't start Wednesday morning.
He told police quote, "I can do that, it's my lawn mower and my yard so I can shoot it if I want."

A woman who lives at Walendowski's house reported the incident. (Pastorius comment: Well, naturally!)
She said he was intoxicated. (Pastorius comment: Wouldn't you be, having to live next to a bitch like that?)

Walendowski could face up to an $11,000 fine and six years and three months in prison if convicted.

A call to Walendowski's home went unanswered Friday morning.

Cool, he's like a Clint Eastwood character. He shoots, and then doesn't bother to answer questions.

What a man.
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Are The Ghetto Walls Closing On The Jews Again? FAA May Cut Back Flights From Israel To U.S.

In the days leading up to the Holocaust, Jews tried in vain to flee Europe, only to have door after door shut in their face.

No, we don't have room for any more of you here. No room left at the inn, Jews.

And now, the FAA is going to cut back on flights out of Israel? Am I crazy to think this is the beginning of the ghettoization of Israel itself?

Can our Presidential candidates assure us there will not be a second Holocaust?

Is Phillip Roth's nightmare beginning to come to reality?

FAA May Cut Back Flights From Israel To U.S.

From CBS:

WASHINGTON (CBS) ― The Federal Aviation Administration could soon cut back
the number of flights from Israel to the United States after finding Israel's
aviation safety to have "severe security shortcomings," according to a report by
Israeli newspaper Haaretz.

The FAA says it uncovered serious flaws in flight safety during a tour of
Israel's airport security this week.

Primarily, at Ben-Gurion International Airport the FAA found a
lack of proper supervision, overcrowded airspace, and outdated technology.

An Israeli air panel came to the same conclusion just a year ago, but no
changes were implemented.

A report is expected to be released in 90 days which will detail the FAA's
decision on whether flights from Israel to the U.S. should be limited.

As far as I know, the truth is, Israel has one of the best aviation safety records in the world.

Anyone got any stats to back me up on this?
For instance, at the beginning of June 2008 (a little over a month ago), it was reported that Department of Homeland Security (DHS) chief Michael Chertoff announced that the U.S. had signed a landmark agreement with Israel to share information about airport security. I would presume that that means Mr. Chertoff must have thought Israel was doing a pretty good job:
JERUSALEM, May 29 (Reuters) - U.S. Homeland Security Secretary Michael
Chertoff said on Thursday he will seek to adopt novel Israeli methods, like
behaviour-detection technologies, to better secure America's airports.

"That's a scenario where Israel has a lot of experience," Chertoff said
in an interview with Reuters. "I think that it is of interest to us to see if
there is any adaptation there."
And now, the FAA is limiting flights because of "severe security shortcomings"???
Compare the relative aviation records of
The United States
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Smiling Faces Sometimes

Undisputed Truth ~ Smiling Faces Sometimes (1971)

The US State Department this week filed an official protest with Israel over the eviction of a family of Arab squatters from a Jewish-owned property on the eastern side of Jerusalem, reported Ha'aretz.

Earlier this week, the Jerusalem District Court upheld an Ottoman-era deed to a property in the eastern Jerusalem neighborhood of Sheikh Jarrah and ordered the Arab family that had been illegally occupying the building since the 1950s to vacate the premises.

Israel's Foreign Ministry responded to the US protest by noting that the affair is an internal judicial matter, and as such neither the ministry nor the government of a foreign nation has any right to interfere.

An Israeli government source told Ha'aretz that the US Consulate in Jerusalem, which operates independent of the US Embassy in Tel Aviv, has been tracking Jewish purchases of property in Arab-dominated neighborhoods in Jerusalem.

The consulate has been forwarding that data to the State Department, prompting regular protests over legitimate property purchases solely because they extend Jewish influence over the whole of Jerusalem.

The State Department has also taken to regularly complaining to the Israeli government over sporadic Jewish settler aggression against Palestinian Arabs in Judea and Samaria. No complaints were filed with the Palestinian Authority over daily stone throwing attacks by Palestinian Arab youth against Jewish motorists.

Earlier this week, Israeli diplomatic officials worried that increased US interference in minor incidents, including some that are internal judicial affairs, could damage relations between Jerusalem and Washington.

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Friday, July 25, 2008

Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki is a Shia Muslim who lived in Iran

;( When the shit hits the fan--who do you think he will side with..the kaffir? )....

Rome, 25 July (AKI) - Pope Benedict XVI on Friday condemned ongoing violence in Iraq and its impact on Christian communities when he met Iraqi Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki.

The pontiff received the Iraqi leader at his summer palace at Castelgandolfo, outside the Italian capital, Rome.

A statement released by the Vatican said particular attention was given to the question of Iraqi refugees, both inside and outside the country, who are in need of assistance.

The Pope also expressed concern about the impact of violence on members of the Chaldean Catholic Church, one of the oldest Christian churches in the world.

Hundreds and thousands of Christians have been forced to leave Iraq to flee the violence and the economic crisis caused by the war.

"Renewed condemnation was expressed for the violence that continues to hit various parts of the country almost daily, not sparing the Christian communities which strongly feel the need for greater security," the Vatican statement said.

The Pope expressed his desire for peace and development in Iraq and dialogue between ethnic and religious groups, including minorities.

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Bush And Batman

“All great things must first wear terrifying and monstrous masks in order to inscribe themselves on the hearts of humanity.”
--- Nietzsche

A cry for help goes out from a city beleaguered by violence and fear: A beam of light flashed into the night sky, the dark symbol of a bat projected onto the surface of the racing clouds . . .

Oh, wait a minute. That's not a bat, actually. In fact, when you trace the outline with your finger, it looks kind of like . . . a "W."

There seems to me no question that the Batman film "The Dark Knight," currently breaking every box office record in history, is at some level a paean of praise to the fortitude and moral courage that has been shown by George W. Bush in this time of terror and war. Like W, Batman is vilified and despised for confronting terrorists in the only terms they understand. Like W, Batman sometimes has to push the boundaries of civil rights to deal with an emergency, certain that he will re-establish those boundaries when the emergency is past.

And like W, Batman understands that there is no moral equivalence between a free society -- in which people sometimes make the wrong choices -- and a criminal sect bent on destruction. The former must be cherished even in its moments of folly; the latter must be hounded to the gates of Hell.

"The Dark Knight," then, is a conservative movie about the war on terror. And like another such film, last year's "300," "The Dark Knight" is making a fortune depicting the values and necessities that the Bush administration cannot seem to articulate for beans.

Conversely, time after time, left-wing films about the war on terror -- films like "In The Valley of Elah," "Rendition" and "Redacted" -- which preach moral equivalence and advocate surrender, that disrespect the military and their mission, that seem unable to distinguish the difference between America and Islamo-fascism, have bombed more spectacularly than Operation Shock and Awe.

Why is it then that left-wingers feel free to make their films direct and realistic, whereas Hollywood conservatives have to put on a mask in order to speak what they know to be the truth? Why is it, indeed, that the conservative values that power our defense -- values like morality, faith, self-sacrifice and the nobility of fighting for the right -- only appear in fantasy or comic-inspired films like "300," "Lord of the Rings," "Narnia," "Spiderman 3" and now "The Dark Knight"?
The moment filmmakers take on the problem of Islamic terrorism in realistic films, suddenly those values vanish. The good guys become indistinguishable from the bad guys, and we end up denigrating the very heroes who defend us. Why should this be?

The answers to these questions seem to me to be embedded in the story of "The Dark Knight" itself: Doing what's right is hard, and speaking the truth is dangerous. Many have been abhorred for it, some killed, one crucified.

Leftists frequently complain that right-wing morality is simplistic. Morality is relative, they say; nuanced, complex. They're wrong, of course, even on their own terms.

Left and right, all Americans know that freedom is better than slavery, that love is better than hate, kindness better than cruelty, tolerance better than bigotry. We don't always know how we know these things, and yet mysteriously we know them nonetheless.

The true complexity arises when we must defend these values in a world that does not universally embrace them ...

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'Peace Now' lies

Peace Piece by Piece Now, the number one advocate of surrender in this country, did a survey a while back that indicated that 73% of Israelis have not visited Judea and Samaria in recent years, and therefore cannot understand what is at issue when the media discuss 'outposts' or the 'security fence.' Even most of those who did visit, did so in the context of military service or a family event. The poll also showed that far more Jews than Arabs visit Judea and Samaria (hmm) and that 79% of Israelis have never visited an 'outpost.'

As a result, the organization has been running 'tours' of Judea and Samaria this summer, which are designed to show the 'facts on the ground' in the area, and of course to indoctrinate people to the 'Peace Now' point of view.

As you might imagine, many revenants are not happy with the presence of their newfound 'guests.' And one area in which revenants are particularly unhappy with the guests' arrival is in Hebron.

On Friday, four or five 'Peace Now' buses were turned back by the IDF at the entrance to Hebron. From JPost's coverage of the incident on Sunday, you would think that the IDF was totally unjustified.
Hebron settlers successfully thwarted Peace Now's attempt to bring five busloads of visitors to their city on Friday.

The tour was meant to highlight the plight of Hebron's 166,000 Arabs and illustrate how their lives have become increasingly difficult as a result of the town's 600 Jewish residents.

Instead of a tour, a confrontation ensued between settlers, police and individuals from the tour outside the city, where police and soldiers were waiting to turn the buses around.

Peace Now insists it had all the proper permits to enter Hebron, having been in touch with the relevant ministries. They had also coordinated the entire trip with the police and even had undercover police officers on the buses and in unmarked vehicles driving alongside. [I'm sure any undercover police were there to defend against terror attacks by Arabs and not 'protests' by Jews. CiJ]

However, upon reaching the police roadblock, Peace Now was given a number of reasons as to why the buses could not enter. These ranged from the fact that another group had encountered extreme hostility from settlers earlier in the day, there was a military operation in the Palestinian section of the town, the group arrived too late, and the permit was the wrong kind. In the end, the army declared the area a "closed military area," cancelling Peace Now's permit.

The group said that what took place was part of relatively new pattern of growing threats and violence used by Hebron's settlers against organizations such as Peace Now, and that over the past six months the settlers had grown increasingly hostile and had used that to their advantage, intimidating the military and police to deny groups like theirs entry.

"Those settlers control everyone that lives there," said Noa Galil, one of Peace Now's tour leaders. "And it's like the army doesn't know how to handle them."

She said that in the past year it had gotten harder and harder to get into Hebron, and in the last few months, "it is not possible."

Peace Now head Yariv Oppenheimer said he was disappointed that the IDF had been taking the easy way out by not confronting the settlers. "They surrender to the settler threat, and we condemn it," he said.

Oppenheimer said that when settlers brought in groups, which could number more than 100 people, the army placed the town's Palestinian residents under curfew to allow the visitors to enter with ease.

Hebron resident Noam Federman, who came to meet the buses, said the settlers were justified on Friday.

"Ninety percent of the Arabs in Hebron are Hamas and groups like Peace Now encourage them to kill Jews," he said.

Federman also said Hebron's Arabs got a dangerous message when they saw large numbers of Israelis and foreigners, guarded by the army, coming to see their struggle against the settlers.

"They get the impression that everyone is against us and that they can kill us without being condemned," he said.
Read the whole thing. It reads like a 'Peace Now' propaganda piece except for Federman's comments at the very end. The problem is that 'Peace Now' has people who are not yet indoctrinated to its viewpoint on these 'tours.' The article in Sunday's Post was apparently a lie. This letter - written by American tourists - appeared in Wednesday's JPost.
Sir, - My wife and I are here for two months on Kibbutz Nir Am as volunteers and supporters of Israel. I am also a freelance radio journalist with 10 trips into Iraq, Afghanistan and Israel, including the North during the 2006 Lebanon War.

We heard about Peace Now offering tours into the settlement areas of the West Bank and Hebron and decided we would go to get a look at areas we would not otherwise have access to.

Re Josh Scheinert's "Peace Now buses turned back at Hebron again after settlers protest" (July 20): My wife and I were on one of those buses as we pulled into the military checkpoint. We were told by one of the tour leaders that she expected to be hassled by the police/IDF, and would be back after speaking with them; and to stay on the buses.

We arrived at the checkpoint at 12:15 noon, having left our departure point in Jerusalem at around 11:30, 30 minutes late, stopping to rendezvous with the three buses from Tel Aviv.

The writer wrote about a "confrontation" with settlers, as if they were there en masse. There were two - or maybe three - settlers in the group, with only two involved in the verbal shouting match when the police quickly stepped in to isolate and move the settlers out of the area. We would never have been in that spot for the settlers to confront if one of the tour leaders had not come back to the bus to rally us to a large rock, which he used as a pulpit to speak.

The IDF allowed the freedom of speech, then targeted the settlers, not our group. They did not penetrate the milling Peace Now group more than 10 feet, and were never physical in their "intimidation" of the group. Quite benign would be my analysis of the situation.

We were repeatedly assured by the Peace Now guides that entrance permits had been approved and issued. I know that none were presented at the IDF checkpoint, nor to us, the group.

Winchester, Virginia
Now we know that 'Peace Now' lies. Was the article's author, Josh Scheinert (who is apparently an intern - a Google search shows he's a law student from Toronto) there, or was he spoon-fed propaganda by 'Peace Now?' The Post's readers have a right to know.

Cross-posted to Israel Matzav.
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Jizya? I hardly even know ya!


Bishop Martin Jumoad

.- A Catholic bishop in the southern Philippines’ Basilan province has received a letter from self-described “Muslim warriors” possibly linked to Abu Sayyaf who are threatening him with harm if he does not convert to Islam or pay “Islamic taxes.” Further, authorities are seeking the return of three adults and two children, all Catholics, who were kidnapped in the same area this week.

On July 19 Bishop Martin Jumoad of Isabela sent a copy of the threatening letter to Church-run Radio Veritas in Quezon City, UCA News reports. Bishop Jumoad told UCA News that a student at Claret College in Isabela was told to give the letter to the school secretary who could pass it along to the bishop.

The writers of the letter claimed to be “Muslim warriors” who “don't follow any laws other than the Qur'an.” They say the bishop should convert to Islam or pay the Islamic tax, called a “jizya,” to their group in exchange for protecting him “in the place of Muslims.”

If the bishop refuses, the letter threatened, “force, weapons or war may be used” against him. Citing bombings in other Philippines cities, the letter said he should not feel safe even if protected by soldiers.

Bishop Jumoad was given two mobile cell phone numbers and told he had fifteen days to respond. The letter bore the two names “Puruji Indama” and “Nur Hassan J. Kallitut,” both of whom were titled “Mujahiddin.”

The letter was accompanied by a letterhead in the local dialect that said “Al-Harakatul Islamiyya.” The bishop said he has seen the phrase “Al-Harakatul” in kidnapping incidents in Basilan involving the terrorist group Abu Sayyaf.

He also reported that other Catholics have said they are receiving threatening letters. “Bishop, we are disoriented and we cannot sleep. What is our reaction to this?" they have reportedly said.

On July 21 the Catholic Bishops Conference of the Philippines’’ CBCP News reported that three adults and two children who are members of a parish in Basilan had been kidnapped from a public jeep. Provincial administrator Talib A. Barahim on Tuesday told UCA News that no one has reported receiving a ransom demand.

Muslims who commit violence were rebuked at a joint conference between Catholic bishops and Muslim scholars on Monday in Manila, where Hamid Barra, the Muslim convener of the conference, underlined Islamic belief in the sacredness of life.

“It is God who gave life; he is the only one authorized to take life,” he said.

Barra, an Islamic law expert, explained that non-Muslims protected by an Islamic state are required to pay the jizya tax, which is used to support the needy, but no such payment is required in a non-Islamic state.

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The Prophet Obama Speaketh - Times of London Mocks Obama

And it came to pass, in the eighth year of the reign of the evil Bush the Younger (The Ignorant), when the whole land from the Arabian desert to the shores of the Great Lakes had been laid barren, that a Child appeared in the wilderness.

The Child was blessed in looks and intellect. Scion of a simple family, offspring of a miraculous union, grandson of a typical white person and an African peasant. And yea, as he grew, the Child walked in the path of righteousness, with only the occasional detour into the odd weed and a little blow.

When he was twelve years old, they found him in the temple in the City of Chicago, arguing the finer points of community organisation with the Prophet Jeremiah and the Elders. And the Elders were astonished at what they heard and said among themselves: “Verily, who is this Child that he opens our hearts and minds to the audacity of hope?”

And so it was, in the fullness of time, before the harvest month of the appointed year, the Child ventured forth - for the first time - to bring the light unto all the world.

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Official Arab media cartoons: McCain and Obama in Israel's pocket

Bnei Brith's Anti-Defamation League published a report on editorial cartoons in the state-run Arab media. It's not pretty.
"From Gaza to Ramallah, from Bahrain to Damascus, from Cairo to Riyadh, the press has unleashed a fusillade of virulent anti-Jewish images accusing Senators Barack Obama and John McCain as handmaidens of the Jews or the Israel lobby," said Abraham H. Foxman, ADL National Director. "Once again, the Arab media does not miss an opportunity to promote classic anti-Semitic conspiracy theories of Jewish control over Washington, the media and the democratic process."

Mr. Foxman, who is currently in Israel, added: "Their aim is not to provoke discussion or challenge ideas, but to spread horrific stereotypes of Jews. Some cartoons also use classical racist stereotypes to portray Senator Obama."

He noted that ADL provided the report to the McCain and Obama campaigns, saying, "We are confident that the candidates reject these disturbing images and messages in these political cartoons from the Arab world."
But give the 'Palestinians' a state reichlet and the Arab and Muslim worlds will magically reverse their Jew-hating obsessions.

By the way, the cartoon at the top of this post is from the 'Palestinian Authority's al-Quds and it's called "Obama's view," while the cartoon at the right of this post is from Saudi Arabia's al-Watan and Arabnews.

I'm putting one more cartoon at the bottom of this post. It's from 'moderate' Bahrain's Akhbar al-Khalij. The bearded man is labeled: "Zionist Lobby" and has Senator Barack Obama in its pocket, and Obama has Senator Hillary Clinton in his pocket. There are many more examples here.

Cross-posted to Israel Matzav.
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Myths & Facts: The Real History Of Israel

Jews have always lived in Israel. There has never been a nation called "Palestine." Jews comprised the majority of the people living in the area of Israel since long before the nations of Jordan, Lebanon, Syria, or Iraq even existed.

Click here to learn the truth.
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The Mark of the Beast: Sign At Flemish Pub

A Flemish pub, favored by the Vlaams Belang as the site of an upcoming event, is embroiled in a controversy over the distinctly Nazi design of their sign:

The Flemish Nationalist pub De Leeuw van Vlaanderen has a sign saying "De beest" (the beast), with a very recognisable letter S. The Jewish Belgian organisation Forum der Joodse Organisaties are going to complain to the police, and in Joods Actueel - a Belgian Jewish magazine - the Antwerpen resident Nathan Ramet is quoted:

"As a kid, I had to run around in Antwerp wearing the yellow star, the symbol on the wall of the cafe is scandalous". Bart De Wever of the (democratic) nationalist party NV-A has criticised the cafe`s action as "deplorable", and "compromising to the Flemish cause".

That's right, the Vlaams Belang.

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Danish Sitcom: "The Terror Cell"

This sounds like an awesome idea to me. There's nothing like humor to get uncomfortable and frightening truths out into the open.

From Islam in Europe:

"The Terror Cell" is a new original satirical sitcom entering a whole new
arena in Danish TV-drama.The premise of the show: four very different Muslim men
have created a 'terror cell' in Copenhagen and in their run-down apartment
they're currently preparing a large terrorist attack somewhere in Denmark.

While they're preparing it, they're putting themselves across as completely
regular, moderate and integrated Muslims, which is quite difficult for

The biggest recurring problem, though, is that they're complete imbeciles
when it comes to terrorism. Every episode ends with the terrorists blowing up
themselves and their apartment, after which Allah sends them back to Earth, so
they can prepare better next time.

An absurd, political incorrect comedy, which will be filmed in front of a
live studio audience and will be broadcast on SBS/Kanal 5 in the spring of

The series was created by comedian Omar Marzouk.

"Though Denmark has been through a crisis with the Muslim world. And there
are people who are sentenced for planning terror, the subject is not treated in
a humorist manner. But there's nothing that builds better bridges than humor.
The aim of the series is to create entertainment that Muslims and non-Muslims
can laugh at - together! That doesn't mean that we can't tackle sensitive
topics, but I will always have heart." says Omar Marzouk.

I guess the joke is Allah sends them back to get it right next time.
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Storm Track Appeasement: Conspiracy? What Conspiracy?

Denmark has decided that there is no longer a need to study the Hizb ut-Tahrir's international terror connections and financing.

Read the rest at The Gathering Storm.
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China holds secret military exercises along ballistic missile submarine route

China closed off areas of the Bohai Sea for unspecified military activities between July 2 and 4, according to U.S. officials.

Photo of an exercise aimed to test the ability of China's emergency agencies to protect the ocean environment, in the Bohai Sea off the Qinhuangdao coast, North China's Hebei Province, on June 5.

The PRC Maritime Safety Administration (Haishiju) of Liaoning Province issued a navigational warning June 30 about military exercises to be conducted in the northern part of the Bohai Sea.

The nature of the military activities was not disclosed.

However, the sea is known to be a major operating base for China's new ballistic missile submarines, which can fire JL-2 long-range missiles.

U.S. officials said China has set up an underwater monitoring system in the Bohai Sea, located off the northern Chinese coast, north of the Yellow Sea.

Additionally, China also has set up at least five long- and medium-range radar sites with over-the-horizon capability along its coast.

The sonar and radar are part of China's key strategic wartime goal of knocking out the


five or more aircraft carrier strike groups that would be rushed to the region near Taiwan in any future conflict. Those carrier battle groups are defended by submarines.

Note carefully, the Bohai Sea is adjacent to the area north of Qingdao.

Last year Google Earth aficionados ran into the below just northeast of Qingdao...

Clik pic for full res.... that's about 1/3 of the base

We have a lot of challenges
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It will not be done by the expected manner

Can anyone say.....
Natanz, Arak, Bushehr?

'Hizbullah convoy likely hit in Iran'

Jul. 25, 2008

A mysterious explosion in a suburb of Teheran that killed 15 people last Saturday was likely an attack on a Iranian military convoy carrying arms to Hizbullah, the Telegraph reported Friday.

The Iranian Revolutionary Guards imposed a news black-out immediately after the blast, but the UK newspaper reported that it looked like sabotage was responsible for destroying the convoy as it traveled through Khavarshahar.

The newspaper noted that the company responsible for moving the military equipment, LTK, was owned by the Revolutionary Guards and was allegedly involved in shipping arms to Hizbullah.

Last Saturday's incident was the latest in a series of mysterious explosions in the Islamic republic.

In May, Iran blamed British and US agents for an explosion at a mosque in Shiraz that had just been the site of a military exhibition.

In 2007, more than a dozen Iranian engineers lost their lives while trying to fit a chemical warhead to a missile in Syria.

A few months earlier, a train apparently carrying military supplies to Syria was derailed by an explosion in northern Turkey.

Special forces are on the ground and waiting. They may have been there for YEARS.
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How we vote - this morning's Fox Opinion Dynamics poll?

When you really think about it, would you say your decision about which presidential candidate to support is based more on economic issues, national security issues or appointments to the U.S. Supreme Court?
1. Economic issues
2. National security issues
3. Appointments to the U.S. Supreme Court
(why does blogger insert this gigantic white space on its own?)






Everyone get it?



Have you heard any of your friends and neighbors say there is something about Barack Obama that scares them?
Yes No
ALL 49% 50%
Democrats 36 62
Republicans 69 30
Independents 34 64

What democrats really care about?
Does Barack Obama's popularity overseas make you more likely or less likely
to vote for him for president?
More Less Same
ALL 29 27 41
Democrats 46 12 40
Republicans 11 45 42
Independents 26 25 46

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FNC Special: Murder In The Family: Honor Killing In America

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Information about the show, which airs on Fox News Channel on July 26-27, 2008:
Unimaginable crimes -- fathers killing daughters, brothers killing sisters -- to restore their family's "honor." It's been all too common in places like Afghanistan, Pakistan, and the Middle East. But now a FOX News investigation exposes how this heinous crime against women has arrived in America.
Schedule HERE.

(Hat-tip to Atlas Shrugs)

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Thursday, July 24, 2008

Why Won't Obama Assure He Will Protect Against A Second Holocaust?

Reprinted verbatim from Atlas Shrugs:

Obama: “Can you ensure that there will be no second Holocaust?” (NO answer)

Jake Tapper has a disturbing but revealing moment during Obama's to the Holocaust Memorial and Museum Yad Vashem in the Jewish state.

An Israeli journalist called out to Obama: “Can you ensure that there will be no second Holocaust?”

Obama walked into the museum’s main building without responding.

"This is my second visit to Yad Vashem," Obama told reporters. "I am always taken back to, sort of, the core question of humanity that the Holocaust raises. And that is, on the one hand man's great capacity for evil but on the other hand the capacity to join together and stop evil if we are willing to speak out in one voice."

Obama continued, "and so, despite its record of monumental tragedy this ultimately is a place of hope. Because it reminds us of our obligations and our responsibilities and hopefully creates a better future for our children and grandchildren."

Once again an Israeli journalist asked the presumptive Democratic presidential nominee how he’d help prevent a second Holocaust. "Senator can you assure Israel that there will be no second Holocaust despite Iran's threat to wipe us off the map?" he asked.

Obama demurred, saying that it wasn't appropriate to answer the question there.
"This is Yad Vashem!" the journalist responded.

Obama said he would answer the question at a later press availability.

Needless to say, he did not.

UPDATE: When he calls the place, "a place of hope" you have to wonder why? There are a few reasons he could says that. One is, you have to wonder if he hopes there is another Holocaust.

As crazy as that sounds, that is one of the few reasons he could have refused to answer this question. Why not answer the question?

When you are watching absolute evil unfold before your very eyes it is very hard to believe. More and more, Obama is convincing me he could very well be absolute evil.

When he wrote The Audacity of Hope, he was smart enough not to map out his blueprint the way Hitler did.

I read a large part of his book trying to find a plan. I find no plan. But, his plan, if there is one, is in the hints he drops, and in what he does not, and will not say.

It's fucking frightening.
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Did you know we pay the Jizya in Pakistan?

US arming Pakistan & paying MONSTROUS jizya for the last 7 years to boot


U.S. assistance and other payments to Pakistan have totaled $9.6 billion in the six budget years since the Sept. 11, 2001, attacks on the United States, according to the State Department.

The largest payout each year is for what the Bush administration calls "reimbursements" for Pakistan's help in fighting terrorism. Under that program, Pakistan submits claims — such as its costs for providing observations posts along the Afghan border or its costs for taking part in joint operations with the U.S. against al-Qaida.

The reimbursements amount to some $80 million a month or nearly $1 billion a year.

On top of those payments, the U.S. also gives Pakistan direct aid for humanitarian programs, economic development, military needs and so on — well over $700 million in each of the last two years.
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Storm Track Appeasement: BBC Kneels to the Islamofascists

Remember V for Vendetta? A futuristic tale that showed America at war with Islam round the world, Britain ruled by a Christian theocratic fascist state led by bishops and Cardinals that lusted after young boys and committed all kinds of acts of depravity? A movie that celebrated terrorism and showed Islam the victim of America and Western Civilization?

Yeah that one.

I particularly like the scene of the Christian who has a Koran hidden in his stately home and when asked why he has a Koran and he’s not a Muslim, he says something to the effect that you don’t have to be a Muslim or know Arabic to recognize the beauty and truth in something.

Anyone with a half a brain can see through the propaganda. But the BBC doesn’t even have that.

Read the rest at The Gathering Storm.
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Insurance For Bloggers?

(With a hat-tip to Cube)

Freedom of speech: Use it or lose it.

Freedom of speech: Use it or lose the war of ideas.

From this article in the Christian Science Monitor:
...“We’re coming up with a product that covers defamation, copyright, privacy violations – the same protections as newspapers – for bloggers,” says the group’s Mr. Cox. [Media Bloggers Association] members will receive a hefty discount on the insurance package, due to be launched at the end of this month. The cheapest coverage for a solo blogger will be $540 a year....
Why would bloggers need insurance? According to the article:
The blogging community increasingly is subject to lawsuits and threats of legal action running the gamut from subpoenas to cease-and-desist notices. Since blogging became popular in about 2004, there have been 159 civil and criminal court actions involving bloggers, according to the nonprofit Media Law Resource Center (MLRC) in New York. Seven cases have resulted in verdicts against bloggers, with cumulative penalties totaling $18.5 million. Many more legal actions never result in trial.


Bloggers faced with legal threats often deem it easier to remove potentially offensive content rather than undertake the difficulty and expense of defending themselves...
In the United States, of course, we have a broad definition of freedom of speech:
Bloggers face much bigger threats overseas, particularly if they criticize governments or point to human rights abuses.

Since 2003, 64 bloggers have been arrested around the world – with Egypt, China, and Iran initiating more than half of those arrests, according to the World Information Access Report, published last month by the University of Washington. By contrast, the United States has arrested two in that period.

Still, online commentators face risks in the United States.

In the developed world, bloggers can be punished through lawsuits,” writes Philip Howard, a communications professor at the University of Washington, in an e-mail.

The number of lawsuits is growing, says Robert Cox, president of the Media Bloggers Association (MBA), a US-based group devoted to protecting citizen journalists. “As blogging expands and more people are aware of it, the lawyers are not far behind.”
The article begins with an anecdote as to how a personal comment left on a blog led to litigation. Read the entire article HERE.

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Hamas Say Let's Drink The Blood Of The Jews

British MP's say let's try and make peace with them.

Just over 2 years ago, a Hamas spokeman stated in a video posted on the official Hamas website that they are a nation that drinks blood and there is no better blood than the blood of the Jews (linked through the picture below).

Nice guys huh, well now it seems that a bunch of British MPS think we should be making "PEACE" deals with these savages;

After a long period of politically sequestering the Hamas government ruling the Gaza Strip, a group of British statesmen are willing to reestablish official relations with the group.

According to a report in the British Guardian, a cross-party group has called on the Quartet's Middle East envoy Tony Blair to open a dialogue with Hamas, saying "until now there has been no engagement between the Quartet and Hamas, but now we think it is time".

Liberal Democrat MP Malcolm Bruce said that MPs believed it was time for the Quartet – which is made up of the US, the EU, Russia and the UN – to allow Hamas to be heard.

The MPs noted that Hamas' violent takeover of Gaza Strip was "neither justified nor acceptable", but added that including the group in the peace talks was imperative, urged the Quartet to use the opportunity provided by the truce to try and facilitate a solution to the rift between rival Palestinian factions Hamas and Fatah.

Bruce added that food, petrol and water were in short supply in the Strip, and that the public health system was under severe pressure following the closure of border crossings with Israel.

"Israel has obligations to ensure the health and welfare of the Palestinian population, which it has not met," he said, "We believe the situation was allowed to continue for too long, and that the Quartet did not exert sufficient pressure on Israel to open the crossings."
I wonder if he'd want peace with Hamas if they wanted to drink his childrens blood?
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Tonight On KFNX Talk-Radio

Tonight, July 24, at 8:00 P.M. Phoenix time, Pamela Geller will host "Voices of Freedom," a one-hour weekly show on KFNX 1100. See this time-zone chart (Refresh the page!) if you are in a different time zone than Phoenix, Arizona; click directly on the word "PHOENIX" to get a world map of time zones.

Tonight's guest is Caroline Glick, columnist for the Jerusalem Post and the author of Shackled Warrior: Israel and the Global Jihad. Her bio is HERE.

Tune in if you can! In addition to AM air time at the scheduled hour, KFNX offers live streaming at the station's web site.


Additional information about VOICES OF FREEDOM

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EgyptAir forces Islamic prayers on flight out of JFK


This video shows an EgyptAir flight where all passengers, regardless of their religion, are forced to hear an Islamic prayer, and see the text of the prayer and a picture of a mosque on the in-flight video display at the beginning of the flight. The flight was filled with many non-Muslim Americans.

What would the reaction of the left be if American airline companies began starting flights with Christian or Jewish prayers?

Get involved in the resistance against jihad through the United American Committee

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Wednesday, July 23, 2008

OBAMA- She's my sister, she's my daughter, she's......

Obamessiahcenterman - "Iran is a grave threat" July 23, 2008

Obamessiahsorosman - "Iran, Cuba, Venezuela,
these countries are tiny compared to the Soviet Union," Obama said.
"They don't pose a serious threat to us " May 18, 2008
And why IS there an Iran as we know it today?

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Ex-BNP Members Seek Political Asylum In The United States

I think it is important to note that these two men, apparently, went through a trial for hate speech, were convicted, fled, and sought asylum in the U.S., and yet, we never heard word one from the BNP, the CVF, Baron Bodissey, or any of the Lionheart supporters.

What do you think of that?

Gandalf at Up Pompeii posts this article as is:

Ex BNP members claim asylum in USA

Posted by Gandalf at 22 Jul 2008, 5:31 PM and is filed under uncategorized

I am not sure what to make of this as in today's climate in the Uk anything that anybody says can be classed as a hate crime, it is ver easy to fall foul of this highly vague piece of legislation.

It would appear that two men have been found guilty of committing a hate crime by posting things/articles on their web site.


Simon Sheppard and Stephen Whittle were arrested, charged and found guilty of said "hate crime"Sheppard, of Brook Street, Selby, was found guilty after a seven-week trial of 11 counts of publishing racially inflammatory written material.

The jury gave unanimous verdicts on nine of the charges on Friday, and returned with two majority verdicts on Monday while Sheppard was absent.

Whittle, of Avenham Lane, Preston, was convicted of five counts of publishing racially inflammatory written material.

These two men then decided to skip bail and flee to America and claim Political asylum.

This is a very sad indictment of this country when members of our population feel the need for the protection of another country. This "race Hate" law is at best very very vague

From the Home Office

Hate crime
Hatred is a strong term that goes beyond simply causing offence or hostility. Hate crime is any criminal offence committed against a person or property that is motivated by an offender's hatred of someone because of their:

race, colour, ethnic origin, nationality or national origins religion gender or gender identity sexual orientation disability

Hate crime can take many forms including: physical attacks – such as physical assault, damage to property, offensive graffiti, neighbour disputes and arson threat of attack – including offensive letters, abusive or obscene telephone calls, groups hanging around to intimidate and unfounded, malicious complaints verbal abuse or insults - offensive leaflets and posters, abusive gestures, dumping of rubbish outside homes or through letterboxes, and bullying at school or in the workplace

Our definition of a hate crime:

Any incident, which constitutes a criminal offence, which is perceived by the victim or any other person as being motivated by prejudice or hate.

So you see if somebody feels that an action which they may not like and affects them is a hate crime then it is.

Just what did these men write do or say, sadly that is not clear, I have visited the site in question - heretical.com - and although I did not follow every link (there are many) initially I could not see anything that would have constituted a hate crime in my book.

Significantly the men were ex members of the BNP and I cannot help but think this association had a large part to play in the decision making of the court.

So there it is British people claiming asylum in America, how sad is that, what must our government feel, what must the Americans think of Britain if the British are seeking their protection from their own British Government, sad, truly sad

This is another stage in the stifling of the age old freedoms we had, be careful everybody, Big Brother really is here, peace is war, war is peace, the ministry of truth awaits those who dare think otherwise.

Did these guys post threats, or explicit suggestions that someone ought to be done away with? If so, then they deserved their conviction.

But, given the climate of political correctness we have seen coming out of the UK, where toilets in pubic housing have to face away from Mecca, where Muslim men are rewarded welfare payments for their multiple wives, where sniffer dogs have to wear special booties so as not to trample their dogliness on the property of Muslim suspects,

one has to wonder.

Were these men prosecuted for saying bad things about Islam and its more zealous adherents?

I don't like the BNP, but in my opinion, one has the right, as a human being, to be a member of the BNP, and to espouse its views, be they racist or not.

Keep posted. We'll try to learn more.

UPDATED: If anyone wonders why I posted this story (because many here already know I fucking hate the BNP), I'd have to reply that Natasha's comment, and the outrage she expresses says it well. Here's Natasha's comment:


Hate crimeHatred is a strong term that goes beyond simply causing offence or hostility.

Hate crime is any criminal offence committed against a person or property that is motivated by an offender's hatred of someone because of their:race, colour, ethnic origin, nationality or national origins religion gender or gender identity sexual orientation disability

Hate crime can take many forms including: physical attacks – such as physical assault, damage to property, offensive graffiti, neighbour disputes and arson threat of attack – including offensive letters, abusive or obscene telephone calls, groups hanging around to intimidate and unfounded, malicious complaints verbal abuse or insults - offensive leaflets and posters, abusive gestures, dumping of rubbish outside homes or through letterboxes, and bullying at school or in the workplace




what a load of bogus bullshit, seriously,

I'm Furious and everyone here Should be,

so its OK for me to don on a black tent and hold up a sign that says Wait to the next Holocaust in England,

but dare not, dare NOT say Anything in opposition to the NON-BRITS who are in that country BOLDLY DECLARING ALL OUT WAR!!













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Apes have more rights in Al Andalus than Jews do

The National Court in Spain has accepted a Palestinian Authority courtsuit that was filed less than a month ago, and orders the arrest of Binyamin Ben-Eliezer. The explanation: He oversaw the killing of arch-Palestinian terrorist Salah Shehada.
MIND YOU, the PA is headed by ABBAS, he to whom GWB has given MILLIONS in your tax dollars

Apes now officially have more rights in Al Andalus than Jews do.

The Baboon Show ~ It's a sin
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