Monthly Archives: November 2011

Sea Hitler endorsing politician wants to create a federal “Department of Peace”

Alex Atamanenko, MP (BC Southern Interior), was joined at a press conference today by fellow peace advocates, along with Elizabeth May of the Green Party and Liberal Jim Karygiannis to herald the introduction later in the day of his Private Members Bill to create a federal Department of Peace. May and Karygiannis are co-seconding the Bill.”

Dumbass Jewish women participate in “weekend of twinning” with rabid anti-semite

Wahida the Hutt

“The 2nd Women’s Multi-Faith Symposium in cooperation with the Weekend of Twinning of Synagogues and Mosques was held at the Multi-faith Centre at the University of Toronto this past weekend.  The gathering was part of the Foundation for Ethnic Understanding’s “twinning” project bringing together Muslim and Jewish congregations and organizations to share each other’s traditions and address common issues.

The GTA’s Muslim and Jewish women chose to be active participants and not be left out of these phenomena sweeping the global community.  The exciting day-long event brought together over 25 women leaders who wanted to listen, learn, share, enhance and build on the strength of religious diversity to empower each other.”

So, who did the Jewish women canoodle with?

Wahida “the Hutt” Valiante of the Canadian Islamic Congress.

Kapos or airheads, you decide.

Anti-Gay Russian Lawmaker: ‘The Issue Of Same-Sex Love Is Somewhat Like The Jewish Problem’

Elena Babich, a deputy of St. Petersburg’s Legislative Assembly and a supporter of the city’s proposed anti-gay propaganda law, has suggested that rainbow flags and homosexuality will lead to national extinction. Now, the St. Petersburg Times reports that Babich is linking the so-called “gay problem” to the “Jewish problem,” a term that is typically associated with Germany’s Third Reich:

Babich said she had “very many” friends who are gay, but all of them led “covert” lifestyles, and advised that LGBT people should act so as not to be visible to the public. She then compared them to the Jewish community. “It’s very important not to draw attention to oneself too much,” she said.

“One of the books that I have starts like this: The issue of same-sex love is somewhat like the Jewish problem. When there are too many Jews — in every field of management, on television, in the arts, everywhere — it ends badly for Jews themselves. They [Jews] always make efforts to regulate this aspect.”

Cage Fighter Brandishes Hizbullah Flag in the U.S.

The Dangers of Democracy

“Starting with Iran, for over 30 years we have misunderstood the Middle East because we have refused to acknowledge the role of Islam as the central dynamic of most Muslim hearts and minds. Now we are indulging the magical powers attributed to “democracy” and “freedom” to continue avoiding that truth.”

Iran seeks to destabilize Saudi Arabia: ‘Al- Saud should give up power’

Saudi Arabia’s ruling Al-Saud dynasty should give up power, a hardline senior Iranian cleric said Friday, warning that the fate of Egypt’s toppled president Hosni Mubarak awaits Saudi King Abdullah.

“You should give up power and leave it to the people. They will establish a people’s government,” Ayatollah Ahmad Jannati said in the weekly Muslim prayers at Tehran University.

“It is better for the Al-Saud to awaken. The fate of the Egyptian pharaoh (Hosni Mubarak) and that of the (fallen) strongmen in Libya and Tunisia, ultimately, awaits the Saudi pharaoh (King Abdullah)… You should be careful,” he said, as worshippers chanted “Death to Al-Saud.”

Who’s Blowing Up Iran?

“I don’t think the ongoing assault against the regime is coming from outside Iran.  I think it comes from the Iranian opposition within the country.  And I think it shows that the opposition is a great deal stronger than the experts have opined.”

Saudi Arabia: Pregnant Gang-Rape Victim to Be Lashed after Delivery

Via ROP:

“A 23-year-old unmarried woman was awarded one-year prison term and 100 lashes for committing adultery and trying to abort the resultant fetus.
The District Court in Jeddah pronounced the verdict on Saturday after the girl confessed that she had a forced sexual intercourse with a man who had offered her a ride. The man, the girl confessed, took her to a rest house, east of Jeddah, where he and four of friends assaulted her all night long.
The girl claimed that she became pregnant soon after and went to King Fahd Hospital for Armed Forces in an attempt to carry out an abortion. She was eight weeks’ pregnant then, the hospital confirmed.
According to the ruling, the woman will be sent to a jail outside Jeddah to spend her time and will be lashed after delivery of her baby who will take the mother’s last name.

And now, Bin Laden Buns

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Christian massacre of the day

Ho hum, Muslims slaughter 45 in Nigeria.

Associated Poop

Iranian Mob’s Storming, Sacking of British Embassy Not In AP World News Top 10 Stories.

If you don’t hear much about the Iranian mob which stormed the British embassy earlier today in future news reports, you can probably at least partially blame the Associated Press, which considers the event so unimportant that it’s not even part of its main U.S. site’s top ten world stories.

For those who are curious as to the identification of the ten stories considered more important, here they are:


Syria’s Christians Side with Assad Out of Fear

The rebellion against him was just a few days old when Syrian dictator Bashar Assad summoned his country’s Christian leaders to the presidential palace in northwestern Damascus. Syrian Orthodox Patriarch Ignatius came. He is 78 years old and critically ill, but still a powerful figure. Bishops and archbishops representing Catholics, Armenians, Aramaeans and Assyrians were also present. In total, there were a dozen religious leaders, representing around 2.5 million Syrian Christians.

The message they received from their head of state was short and simple: Either support me, or your churches will burn.

Iranians attack British embassy in Tehran

Live updates here.

Breaking: WAR CRIMINAL hiding in plain sight

Quick, somebody call the UN!

Attempted Jew massacre of the day

The Lebanese army has admitted to one rocket attack on Israel overnight but said it does not know who fired it. Hizbullah has not commented.

“We know that a rocket was fired from the region of Rmaish and we are investigating,” an army spokesman told AFP. The village is in southern Lebanon, thoroughly under Hizbullah control.

The IDF said “a number of rockets” exploded in the western Galilee, causing damage but no injuries. One missile hit a gas canister and caused a fire. Most reports said that four missiles were fired.

Is Syria Planning to Attack Jordan?

Millions of Palestinians living in Jordan are, for now, sitting on the fence. But when and if they break their silence and join the enemies of King Abdullah II, it would be hard to see how the monarchy would be able to survive. That is unless the US and other Western powers decided to intervene to prevent the establishment of an Iranian and Syrian backed dictatorship in Jordan.

Syrian dictator Bashar Assad has every reason to be furious with Jordan. Since the beginning of the revolt against Assad earlier this year, the Jordanians have come out in public in support of the anti-regime protesters in Syria.

The Jordanian authorities have permitted anti-Assad demonstrators to stage demonstrations outside the Syrian embassy in Amman. Moreover, the Jordanians have opened their borders to facilitate the escape of thousands of Syrian civilians from the massacres carried out by Assad’s army.

The Jordanians are now in the process of setting up refugee camps along their border with Syria to absorb Syrians fleeing from Assad’s murderous war machine.

Signs of a looming crisis between Amman and Damascus first surfaced a few months ago when the Syrians claimed that weapons were being smuggled from Jordan to help Assad’s political foes. Since then the Syrian authorities have beefed up security measures along the border with Jordan, carrying out thorough searches of passengers wishing to enter Syria.

The Syrian authorities say they have also discovered that anti-Assad demonstrators have been using Jordanian SIM cards on their mobile phones to avoid by detected by the Syrian security forces.

More recently, Syrian Foreign Minister Walid Mualem accused Jordan of harboring Syrian army defectors in the kingdom. The Jordanian government has dismissed the allegation as “baseless and inaccurate.

A Jordanian government official, however, pointed out that some Syrian army soldiers and officers may have fled to Jordan as civilians.

In another sign of mounting tensions between the two Arab countries, a Jordanian newspaper reported last week that the Syrian army has planted land mines along the border with Jordan to stop refugees from entering the kingdom.

According to media reports in Jordan, at least 5,000 Syrians have fled to the kingdom since the beginning of the violence in Syria. The reports revealed that prominent Syrian human rights activist Suhair Atassi managed last week to cross the border into Jordan.

Earlier this year, Atassi was arrested by Assad’s security forces and accused of “sowing division” among the Syrian people. “I was dragged for what felt like the length of two streets,” she later said in an interview with Reuters. “The apparatchiks looked at me as if I was not their compatriot. They kept shouting at me that I was an Israeli spy.”

The crisis between Jordan and Syria reached its peak last week when, in an unprecedented step, King Abdullah II called on the Syrian tyrant to step down.

Scummy leader of the Occupy squatters

Syrian troops killed kids to prevent future protesters

Torture, rape and murder are among the “crimes against humanity” found in a UN investigation into human rights violations by Syrian troops since the government crackdown on protesters began in March.

An independent panel interviewed 223 victims and witnesses of these violations, including civilians and defectors from Syria’s military and security forces. They detailed their findings in a report to the United Nations Human Rights Council, released Monday.

Several male detainees testified that they had been anally raped with batons in detention facilities, and that they had witnessed boys being raped.

One man said he saw a 15-year-old boy being raped in front of his father. Another saw three security service officers raping an 11-year-old boy.

“I have never been so afraid in my whole life,” he said in the report. “And then they turned to me and said, ‘You are next.’”

A 20-year-old university student, who experienced sexual violence in detention, told the panel: “If my father had been present and seen me, I would have had to commit suicide.”

Others reported genital beatings, forced oral sex and cigarette burns to the anus. Detainees were also regularly forced to undress and stay naked.

Detainee torture, including severe beatings with batons and cables, electroshocks, and deprivation of food, water and sleep was commonplace, the report revealed. Detainees were tortured whether or not they confessed to committing a crime.

The probe also found violence against children, with at least 256 killed by government forces as of early November.

One military defector said he wanted to defect after witnessing the shooting of a 2-year-old girl in August. The officer who shot the girl said that he “did not want her to grow into a demonstrator,” the report said.

Report: Explosion rocks Iran city of Isfahan, home to key nuclear facility

I love it when these mysterious explosions happen.

‘Afghan Elvis’ gets Kabul women all shook up

"Afghan Elvis"

Dubbed the Afghan Elvis, Farhad Darya may be the only man in the most conservative country on earth who can reduce an audience of women in headscarves to a screaming, waving, whistling throng.

In a country where women enjoy few rights and music was banned under the Taliban until 10 years ago, Darya is an icon for millions and his popularity was clear at a rare, top-security, female-only show in Kabul.

Despite the excitement, Thursday’s gig, shrouded in secrecy due to fears it could be targeted by the Taliban, was a thousand miles away from a typical concert in many other parts of the world.

Several hundred women, from students to middle-aged mothers, swayed as Darya performed but they did not dance due to the presence of television cameras. Women dancing in front of strange men is taboo in Afghanistan.

One even dared to shout out: “We love you!” halfway through — a standard greeting for male rock stars around the world but exceptional in a nation where female sexuality is a highly sensitive topic, even in relatively sophisticated cities like Kabul.

“I’ve always told everyone he’s my dream man — he sings so good, his personality is so high, it’s great,” said one excited fan, 18-year-old student Meetra Alokozay.

Dumbass, Jew hatin’ boycotters in Montreal lead to increased sales for Israeli shoemaker

A months’ long effort by pro-Palestinian activists to convince Canadian shoppers to boycott a successful Israeli shoe company unleashed a sort of boomerang effect and ended up causing a surge in sales.

For more than half a year, the protesters have been picketing the Israeli comfort shoe store Naot in Montreal. According to the CEO of the Israeli company, between half a dozen and twenty protesters arrive every weekend and stand outside the shop for about two hours telling potential customers not to patronize the Israeli company and hold signs that call for a boycott of “Israeli apartheid.”

In a telephone interview with The Blaze, Teva Naot (as the company is known in Israel) CEO Michael Illouz says though the protest isn’t big, it is bothersome. Surprisingly, he’s seen a:

“7% increase in sales since the protests started. The protesters announced that there’s a new Naot store in Montreal and it got the word out about our store.”

“Jews and other Canadians are against the protest and buy even more. On the one hand, it’s not pleasant that a group arrives to our stores and protests the product, but on the other hand there are many other people who are against the protest and are for Israel.”

“When the protesters stand outside the store, people don’t like to go in or to even walk on that street. It bothers both Naot and other neighboring businesses.”

Protesters from PAJU Montreal say their “boycott vigil” aims to create an “Apartheid free zone” on St. Denis Street in Montreal where Naot is located. Ynet reports:

According to the protestors, “Naot’s soles come from the industrial zone of Gush Etzion, which is an illegal settlement located in the heart of the West Bank on occupied territory.”

If the protesters had checked the facts before raising their placards, they’d know that claim is false. The CEO Illouz says Teva Naot shoe soles are made in Germany and Spain. What’s more, for 20 years, the company has employed hundreds of Palestinian workers – whom the activists purportedly support — in Hebron and Jerusalem who do sewing work via Palestinian subcontractors. The rest of the shoes are constructed on the Israeli kibbutz Neot Mordechai which is not located in the West Bank. Therefore, if the boycotters were successful, a sales decline could potentially place in jeopardy the jobs of hundreds of Palestinians.

Read the rest.

B’Tselem to Share Award with Terrorist

Jessica Montell, head of B’Tselem

If there was ever a moment that captured the moral rot at the core of the human rights community, surely it is this new development: the Danish PL Foundation has awarded its annual human rights prize jointly to the Israeli group B’Tselem and to the Palestinian group Al Haq.

The award will be presented in Copenhagen a few days from now, but only Jessica Montell, the head of B’Tselem, will be on hand to receive it. The head of Al Haq, Shawan Jabarin, cannot fly to Europe, or in fact anywhere — because he is banned from travel by both Israel and Jordan owing to his extensive involvement with the Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine, an infamous Palestinian terrorist group.

Remarkably, Montell will accept the award, and so proud is she to be sharing a prize with a terrorist that B’Tselem sent out a press release announcing it.

Al Haq, for its part, barely pretends to be interested in human rights. It advances spurious war crimes allegations against the Jewish state, promotes the worst kinds of anti-Israel (and anti-Semitic) activism, such as the Russell Tribunal and the Durban Conference, is deeply involved in the BDS and lawfare movements, and seeks the indictment of Israeli officials in European courts — goals, of course, often shared by Montell and B’Tselem.

The willingness of Montell to share an award with a terrorist is but a small window into the perverse world of the “human rights” community in Israel. The Palestinian groups specialize not in promoting peace and tolerance, but in attacking the legitimacy of Zionism and tarnishing Israel’s image in the world. Greatly enamored of international prosecutions of Israelis, I cannot recall a single instance in which one of the groups recommended the same treatment for a Palestinian. Tellingly, none of them takes a prominent stand against Palestinian terrorism or defends the human rights of Israelis not to be victims of attacks — and in the case of Al Haq, terrorism is in fact endorsed as legitimate “resistance.”

And they are joined, sadly, by groups such as B’Tselem, which call themselves Israeli, but cannot seem to find any actual Israelis willing to support them. They thus depend for their livelihood on donations from foreign governments and foundations. It is a profitable arrangement for everyone involved: the Europeans get a fig leaf of Israeli cover for the advancement of an anti-Israel agenda, and radicals such as Montell enjoy prominence they would never achieve without their careers being underwritten by foreign benefactors.

Read the rest.

Hamas Terrorist Tactics in the Gaza Strip

And now, Barack Obama yoga pants

“Having trouble deciding what to get the family for Christmas?

Well, fear not, my fellow Americans — because President Obama has a full online catalog of goodies that are certain to bring happiness and joy to your loved ones.”

Video: Egyptian savages swarm, assault female journalist

Video has surfaced that appears to show a Cairo mob attacking a female journalist, one of two women reporters who said they were sexually assaulted last week while covering the unrest in Egypt.

French reporter Caroline Sinz told French news agency Agence France-Presse Thursday she was brutally beaten and sexually assaulted while reporting on the massive street protests in Tahrir Square:

“We were filming in Mohammed Mahmud street when we were mobbed by young people who were about 14 or 15,” said Sinz.

The journalist and her cameraman were then dragged by a group of men towards Tahrir Square where they became separated, she said.

“We were then assaulted by a crowd of men. I was beaten by a group of youngsters and adults who tore my clothes“ and then molested her in a way that ”would be considered rape,” she said.

“Some people tried to help me but failed. I was lynched. It lasted three quarters of an hour before I was taken out. I thought I was going to die,” she said. Her cameraman was also beaten.

The private lives of terrorists

For the past decade, the American public consciousness has been shadowed by fears of Islamic radicalism and its expression in mass terror. At the center of these dark imaginings are the individuals who join the jihadi movements, ready to die for the cause. But we know surprisingly little about the men (and some women) drawn to the Taliban, Al Qaeda, or their offshoots. What attracts them to terrorism? And what could possibly push them away from it?

In order to better understand what motivates jihadis, Ken Ballen, president of a Washington-based nonprofit research organization called Terror Free Tomorrow, sat down with more than a hundred of them, and asked them to tell the stories of their lives. About half his interviews took place at a rehabilitation center for violent fundamentalists in Saudi Arabia; the rest were conducted in Pakistan with former and current Taliban fighters.

In his new book, “Terrorists In Love: The Real Lives of Islamic Radicals,” Ballen recounts the stories of six of the men he got to know–those who were the most open to him. The result is six fully drawn portraits of people often reduced to caricatures in American thinking. They recount to Ballen their stories of attraction to the cause in very personal terms, describing the dreams and mystical visions or frustrated youths that led them to choose jihad. All arrived there in different ways, and often in pursuit of different leaders or causes than the ones we suspect in the West.

The Socialist Party of Ontario morons

“On Saturday November 12th members of the Socialist Party of Ontario (SPO) came together in Peterborough to hold their first annual Policy Assembly.”


“Significant progress was made in a number of areas of the platform. The highlights of these new platform planks include:

  • An SPO government would create a public not-for-profit pharmaceutical company to both manufacture and distribute drugs
  • The party would de-amalgamate Toronto and would create an additional upper-tier regional government for the GTA with powers over planning, transportation, etc. It would also work to make sure that municipal, educational and other services would be concentrated around mass transit lines and hubs. In addition it would create mass popular municipal assemblies to give citizens direct input into the running of their communities and lives.
  • A steeply graded income tax structure would be reintroduced as existed in the past, including taxation rates of 60%, 70% & 90% for different levels of income earners over $250,000
  • The PA voted to change the existing platform around Catholic School Funding. The SPO now supports the outright ending of any funding for either the Catholic School Boards or any other faith-based schools.
  • The party would ensure that all Ontario students, starting at the elementary level, would receive a fully funded education in the visual, dramatic and musical arts.
  • The SPO would create a public, non-profit auto insurance system in Ontario
  • The PA voted to put limits on the ability of companies to hire part-time workers as opposed to full time workers as well as to create a provincial job placement agency.
  • The party reaffirmed its commitment to the creation of worker owned enterprises, as well as adopting a policy that factories and industries being either closed or moved out of the province would be reviewed to see if they were suitable for expropriation by the workforces effected and therefore could be moved into the socialized sector of the economy.
  • The party implemented a policy formula to ensure the democratic control of publicly owned companies through governance boards consisting of representatives elected by workers and citizens, as well as those appointed by the government.
  • The SPO would regulate all non-essential truck transport on Ontario’s roads.
  • The SPO would replace all existing provincial lotteries with a Premium Bond Lottery based on the one in the UK
  • The SPO, where possible, would work to socialize land owned by agribusiness as well as all big food processors and distributors in the province to ensure food distribution as a right. It would, further, seek to manage these businesses in an organic, environmentally sound way that is humane to animals.
  • The SPO would institute an electoral recall system for MPPs so that citizens could force by-elections by collecting the signatures of 20% of all eligible voters in a district.
  • The PA voted that a government committee involving tenants would define the standards that could be used to call certain large scale landlords “slum lords” and that the housing of these landlords would be taken into democratic, social ownership and control. Further, all existing and future social housing would be placed under the democratic control of the tenant’s themselves.”

Terrorist: I was ‘unconscious’ during rampage

Issa Ibrahim Islam

“Issa Ibrahim Islam, 22, tells court he was not awake during truck rampage on ‘Nakba Day’ which killed one, wounded 18. ‘The car drove itself,” he says.”

I guess it was the car that screamed out “Allahu Akbar” during the rampage too.

The war on terror is the real women’s issue

“What patriarchal dragons are left for feminists to slay? Well, according to Rachel Smolkin in the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, “Women make up only 1.3 per cent of plumbers, pipe fitters and steamfitters . . .”

Golly. Maybe laying pipe is something that particularly appeals to boys, and maybe girls would rather be the hotshot lawyers who sue the contractor for not hiring enough female plumbers: in America, after all, 60 per cent of college graduates are now women. Both sets of statistics come from Kate O’Beirne’s rollicking polemic Women Who Make the World Worse, and, whether or not you agree with the title, it’s hard to argue that feminism hasn’t won pretty much every battle in every sphere of modern Western life — not least the academy. It’s not just that 60 per cent of graduates are female but that the 40 per cent who aren’t exist in a thoroughly feminized culture.

Thus, every December 6, our own unmanned Dominion lowers its flags to half-mast and tries to saddle Canadian manhood in general with the blame for the Montreal massacre — the 14 women murdered by Marc Lepine, born Gamil Gharbi, the son of an Algerian Muslim wife-beater, though you wouldn’t know that from the press coverage. Yet the defining image of contemporary Canadian maleness is not M Lepine/Gharbi but the professors and the men in that classroom, who, ordered to leave by the lone gunman, meekly did so, and abandoned their female classmates to their fate — an act of abdication that would have been unthinkable in almost any other culture throughout human history. The “men” stood outside in the corridor and, even as they heard the first shots, they did nothing. And, when it was over and Gharbi walked out of the room and past them, they still did nothing. Whatever its other defects, Canadian manhood does not suffer from an excess of testosterone.”

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The moderate sheikh of Hebron

“The ironic thing is that so-called “peace activists” seethe when they see scenes like this, because it goes against everything they really want – a Judenrein “Palestine.”

I don’t know how anomalous Sheikh Jabari is, but this is the sort of thing that should be encouraged and pursued. I do know that other communities in Judea and Samaria have some friendly contact with their Arab neighbors, and that it was much more prevalent before the first intifada.

You can be sure that the “peace activists” do not want any such meetings between religious Zionist Jews and their Muslim neighbors – because they do not want real peace.  They prefer rock throwing and Molotov cocktails, so-called “non-violent resistance,” to cooperation between proud Jews and Arabs who live side by side.  They prefer to post carefully edited videos of Israeli forces shooting tear gas at them without showing the violent attacks that immediately precede those events, and to write endless articles about how Jews are violent usurpers.”

Musical Interlude

Assad: Turkey seeking to recapture imperial days

Syrian President Bashar Assad lashed out at his Turkish critics on Saturday, remarking that “some in Turkey are still clinging to the dream of reinstating the Ottoman Empire.”

The Turkish leaders, he added, “Know that this dream is impossible, so they are trying to exploit parties with a religious agenda to expand their influence on the Arab world.”

Douchebag of the day

Michael Erickson

Michael Erickson.

“…a lone man in Toronto has started a campaign not to shut us down but in a way to shut us up.

Michael Erickson, a high school teacher in Toronto and a candidate for the New Democrats in the last federal election has petitioned the board of directors of our parent company Quebecor, the Canadian Broadcaster Standards Council and the Advertising Standards Council over our decision to air an ad that he doesn’t like.

The ad, from the Institute for Canadian Values, is against the introduction of the McGuinty government’s graphic sex-ed curriculum.

Erickson’s complaint and his online petition, claim that “This ad promotes intolerance against people who might stand out from traditional male or female gender roles.”

I’d disagree with that and I have several times. The ad highlights what was in McGuinty’s proposed curriculum and what has been found in existing guides for teachers at the elementary school level.

Is teaching about transgendered issues, gender identity and gender fluidity in grade three a good idea?

I don’t think so.

Neither do the people behind the ad.

But rather than fight back using his own words, asking to come on the show, buying his own ad to counter the ad that has already played he wants to go a different route.

Annual Red Crab Migration on Christmas Island

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Gaza Residents March Against the ‘Judaization’ of Jerusalem

Ismail Haniyeh

Tens of thousands of residents of Gaza took part on Friday in a rally in which they called to save Jerusalem from its “Judaization” (ie the settling of Jews in their capital) by Israel. The procession was organized by the Hamas terror group and similar rallies were held in other Arab countries.

The main procession in Gaza started at the Al-Omari mosque immediately after Friday prayers. The marchers later arrived at Palestine Square, where a rally was held with the participation of Hamas’ prime minister Ismail Haniyeh, Deputy Parliament Speaker Ahmed Bahar (Hamas), and other parliament members and public figures.

During the rally, protesters waved posters which read, “Al-Quds (the Arab name for Jerusalem) will remain Arab and Islamic,” and the participants chanted, “We will sacrifice our souls and our blood for Al-Quds.” One of the speakers, parliament member Mushir al-Masri (Hamas), said that the weekly Friday protests illustrate the willingness of Muslims to do everything for the liberation of the Al-Aqsa mosque.

Masri added that the Arab peoples who took part in the Arab Spring would rise up in the future in order to “release Al-Aqsa from the impurity of the Jews.”

The nature of nothingness

There is no such thing as nothing. Mind blowing physics.

A life unfolds

Via The Blaze – visualization starts at 2:00 mark.

Occupy Miami Protest Leader Led “Jews Go Back to the Ovens” Rally

The organizer of this protest and several other anti-Israel protests in the Miami area was Mohammad Malik. Today, Malik is heading the local Occupy Miami movement.

More half-measures from Obama administration on Iran

THE OBAMA ADMINISTRATION pledged that Iran would suffer painful consequences for plotting to assassinate the Saudi ambassador in Washington and for refusing to freeze its nuclear program. Key European allies and Congress — not to mention Israel — are ready for decisive action. But on Monday the administration unveiled another series of half-steps. Sanctions were toughened on Iran’s oil industry, but there was no move to block its exports. The Iranian banking system was designated “a primary money laundering concern,” a step U.S. officials said could prompt banks and companies around the world to cease doing business with the country. But the administration declined to directly sanction the central bank.

The result is that President Obama is not even leading from behind on Iran; he is simply behind. At the forefront of the Western effort to pressure Tehran is French President Nicolas Sarkozy, who issued a statement Monday calling on the European Union, the United States, Japan, Canada and “other willing countries” to “immediately freeze the assets of Iran’s central bank” and suspend purchases of Iranian oil. France rejects the Obama administration’s view that these steps would cause a counterproductive spike in oil prices. In any case, higher oil prices are preferable to allowing an Iranian bomb — or having to take military action to stop it.


Justin lost his life in Iraq, but his dog made it out and back home to Justin’s family. That’s when something special happened.

The Self-Destructive Insanity of Pro-Palestinian Gay Activists

On November 22, the New York Times ran an op-ed by the radical leftist lesbian Jewish playwright Sarah Schulman​ which did a great public service – it provided a perfect illustration of the utter lunacy of the anti-Israeli, pro-Palestinian queer left.

“Puss in Boots” renamed after UAE censor concerns

Hollywood studio Dreamworks Animation’s Shrek spinoff movie ‘Puss in Boots’ has been renamed by UAE censors over fears some film fans might find the title offensive.

A source confirmed the film was to be renamed ‘Cat in Boots’ in the UAE and it is believed the change is due to concerns by UAE censors and the studio that the word ‘puss’ may offend some Arab film fans and was considered in bad taste.

Arabian Business has also learned that when the actor Antonio Bandaras, who voices the title character in the film, was promoting the film at the recent Doha Tribeca Film Festival he was not allowed to mention the name of the title character or the original name of the film.


Lebanon: Preparing for Plan to Tackle Hizbullah after Demise of Syrian Regime

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“Time will show futility of Harper’s support of Israel”

Iran getting it’s talking points from Rabble now……or is it the other way around….?

Shiny, pretty, dumbass pony

NDP MPs don’t know the national anthem


‘There are no more differences between us now’

Palestinian president Mahmoud Abbas and Hamas leader Khaled Mashaal on Thursday hailed a new Palestinian “partnership” after talks to implement a landmark reconciliation deal.

“We want to assure our people and the Arab and Islamic world that we have turned a major new and real page in partnership on everything do to with the Palestinian nation,” Mashaal said.

UNESCO elects Syria to human rights committees

UNESCO’s executive board, which includes the US, France, the UK and other Western democracies, unanimously elected Syria to a pair of committees – one dealing directly with human rights issues – even as the Bashar al-Assad regime maintains its campaign of violence against its own citizens.

Peruvian Mayor Fears Tap Water Will Turn Town Gay

Huarmey Mayor, Jose Benitez

It’s not the first eyebrow-raising claim about homosexuality to emerge out of Peru. In 2009, Peruvian Interior Minister Mercedes Cabanillas announced it would ban homosexuals from the police force for damaging the image of the institution.

Similarly, Bolivian President Evo Morales decried chicken producers who inject female hormones into their fowl, “and because of that, men who consume them have problems being men”.

Israeli security forces: Turkey nearing military intervention in Syria

Defense officials in Israel say Turkey is likely to set up secure buffer zones in Syria, near the border, to allow armed Syrian opposition groups to battle against the regime.