Arab/Palestinian – ME

‘Whilst he was sleeping…’

Weekly Israel Advocacy Update. 14 November 2013 – Written by Gabrielle ‘Gabsy’ Debinski. Media and Advocacy Director.. We went to sleep last night with the sad knowledge that an 18-year old Israeli soldier, Eden Atias, had been stabbed by a Palestinian youth while he slept on a bus stopped at Afula’s central …

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Does Barack Obama Have a Learning Disability?

The tidbit below was written by Reuters and published by Y-Net: Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas said on Wednesday his peace negotiators had resigned over the lack of progress in US-brokered statehood talks clouded by Israeli settlement building. The development would mark a new low point for the talks with Israel that resumed …

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Netanyahu Played Arab Incitement Footage for Kerry (VIDEO)

  During U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry’s shuttle diplomacy trip to the Middle East last week, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu played a controversial recording for the diplomat, Israel’s Walla News reported. The footage was from a classroom in Balata, near Nablus, and showed the teacher indoctrinating the students …

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John Kerry’s Backhanded Threats

The piece below was written by Arlene from Israel: November 8, 2013: HE’S CROSSED THE LINE! I’m talking about John Kerry, and actually, he’s crossed it twice. I had no time to write today, with Levy Report work and a very early Shabbat. But I must write, ever so briefly, …

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Arab anti-Semitism and The Big Lie

Many westerners, including very many western Jews, think that the source of the ongoing Arab-Muslim war against us is Jewish aggression.  They seem to believe that in daring to build a life for themselves after freedom from dhimmitude the Jews were unjust to their former oppressors.  This is false.  The real source of …

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Yitzhak Rabin 18 years on: Have we gone full circle?

Weekly Israel Advocacy Update. – Written by Gabrielle ‘Gabsy’ Debinski. Media and Advocacy Director of the ZFA. November 1 2013 Next Monday will mark the 18th anniversary of the assassination of Yitzhak Rabin. For many, the murder of Israel’s Prime Minister by a fellow Israeli and a fellow Jew still resonates as …

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“Islam Bad”?

The tidbit below was written by Alex Fishman and published by Y-Net. More than 30,000 global jihadists have settled in and are fighting in countries that border with Israel. They belong to various groups, but they all have one dream: To liberate the Arab world from heretic regimes, with the climax being …

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Michael Mansell rejects Jewish history

Tasmanian lawyer and indigenous activist Michael Mansell has rejected his nomination for an Australia Day award, claiming that it would be hypocritical of him to accept the award. He said “they are so inextricably linked to the coming of one race at the expense of another”. If rejecting the country he …

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How Jerusalem’s Arabs Act Against Their Own Interests

  Written by one of my favourite authors Khaled Abu Toameh at the Gatestone Institute While it is true that some Arabs boycott the municipal elections for ideological reasons, many are afraid, if they go to the ballot box, of being targeted by extremists. The overwhelming majority is still afraid …

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Boycott the Palestinian Authority

The tidbit below was written by Elior Levy and published by Y-Net. The Palestinians have launched a diplomatic campaign calling on countries to prohibit private companies operating within their borders from conducting business in the West Bank settlements and east Jerusalem. Mohammad Shtayyeh, a senior economic official and negotiator in the peace …

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‘Is the Palestinian prisoner release set for Round 2 ?’

Weekly Israel Advocacy Update. 24th. October 2013 – Written by Gabrielle ‘Gabsy’ Debinski. Media and Advocacy Director..                                                                               Reports have been circulating that next week the Israeli government will release the second round of Palestinian prisoners; a precondition attached to the renewal of peace talks. The Prime Minister’s office …

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Welcome to Palestine

The tidbit below was written by Alex Fishman and published in Y-Net. Two months after first wave of prisoner releases – on October 27 – the State of Israel is expected to release a second wave of Palestinian prisoners. As part of the preconditions for the resumption of peace negotiations, Israel is …

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Hamas Admits Being Behind ‘Terror Tunnel’

Gaza’s “military wing”, the Izz Al-Din Al-Qassam Brigades, admits it masterminded terror tunnel that led from Gaza into an Israeli kibbutz. By Elad Benari – Israel National News The so-called “military wing” of Gaza’s ruling Hamas terror group, the Izz Al-Din Al-Qassam Brigades, has admitted that it masterminded the “terror …

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Again: Arabs Fly Nazi Flag Near Road

 The flag was hung high above the highway between Halhoul and the Etzion Bloc. By Arutz Sheva  On opening my daily news subscriptions this morning, I was confronted by the above headline. What is the matter with these people?  They clearly have no idea what it represents. One only has …

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Arabs ‘Down Under’

Here in Australia, we aren’t the only people ‘down under’ in the world, as the name of this site suggests. In Gaza ‘down under’, the Gazan Arabs are working hard like little ants scurry and tunnelling every which way in their daily lives.  Maybe they think they are moles or …

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HAMAS’ TERROR TUNNEL; FOR ISRAEL IT’S A CATCH-22.

Weekly Israel Advocacy Update. 17th. October 2013 – Written by Gabrielle ‘Gabsy’ Debinski. Media and Advocacy Director.. This week Israel made public its discovery of an underground terror tunnel leading from Gaza into Israel, before blowing it up on Tuesday. Built by Hamas, the tunnel lead from Khan Yunis in the …

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Mufti of Jerusalem Screeches for Jewish Blood as Jewish “Progressives” Lie Down and Die

The tidbit below was written by Ariel Ben Solomon and published at the Jerusalem Post. Jerusalem Mufti Sheikh Muhammad Hussein, who speaks at al-Aksa Mosque, called on Sunday for preachers from all over the world to allocate part of their sermons for the upcoming holiday of Eid al-Adha this week to support …

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Corruption & mis-management in the PA – Who would have thought it?

In one form or another, the news headlines screamed from all corners of the globe this morning –  “EU accuses Palestinians of wasting €2 billion in aid”   Leaked report alleges ‘significant shortcomings’ in PA’s fund management – Times of Israel £1.95bn EU aid lost in Palestine – Times, London Massive …

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Bedouin Myth #1 – Indigenous?

  Regavim (The National Land Protection Trust) is an independent professional research institute & policy planning think tank, incorporated as a private non-profit company in Israel. The mission of the institute is to ensure responsible, legal & accountable use of Israel’s national lands and the return of the rule of …

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In Gaza, Hamas feels the squeeze

I just read this in The Times of Israel and felt it should be put up for people to read. It’s interesting and I wonder where it will lead us. Could it ‘fingers crossed’ bring about the demise of Hamas? That would give the Gazan Arabs, hopefully, a half decent …

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