Monthly Archives: March 2016

ZOA: Obama Falsely Blames Israel’s Good Economy for Lack of “Peace”- Not Palestinian Actions

Zionist Organization of America President Morton A. Klein released the following statement:

The Zionist Organization of America criticizes President Obama’s statements at the “Young Leaders of Americas Initiative Town Hall” in Buenos Aires, Argentina (March 23, 2016) where he falsely blames Israel’s good economy, lack of Israeli concessions, and the Israeli Prime Minister’s re-election ambitions for the absence of Middle East peace — when the real culprit is Palestinian Arab leadership’s refusal to negotiate, the rejection of three Palestinian statehood offers, and refusal to cease and desist from their goal of murdering Jews and attempting to destroy Israel.

Obama stated: “Because Israeli society has been so successful economically, it has, I think, from a position of strength been less willing to make concessions,” and “If Netanyahu wants peace, he’s got to make concessions to create a Palestinian state.  But he has to get elected, and he’s thinking to himself, if I make this concession, then somebody in my party, the Likud, may challenge me.”  

Proud Muslim Zionist Activist Awarded for Her Work for the IDF

Im Tirtzu, a Zionist activist organization, held a special ceremony this week in recognition of the work of Sara Zoabi on behalf of the IDF and the Zionist movement.

But Sara Zoabi doesn’t exactly fit the profile of the typical Zionist activist. A devout Muslim, Zoabi is a relative of the staunchly anti-Zionist MK Hanin Zoabi.

Watch: Zionist ‘joins’ radical leftist tour

Attorney Nati Rom, founder and director of the Lev Haolam organization that ships products from Judea and Samaria worldwide, joined a tour of Hevron led by the radical leftist NGO Breaking the Silence where he tried to explain the situation to the European participants – in three languages.

Islamic State urges attacks on German chancellery, Bonn airport

Islamic State posted pictures on the Internet calling on German Muslims to carry out Brussels-style attacks in Germany, singling out Chancellor Angela Merkel’s offices and the Cologne-Bonn airport as targets, the SITE intelligence group reported.

At least FIFTY ISIS supporters are working as baggage handlers, cleaners and catering staff at Brussels airport, claim police

In an astonishing open letter, the officers said they have warned about the terrorist sympathisers whose security badges give them access to planes, but they remain employed.

The airport police, who are threatening to go on strike because of security deficiencies, also said they have raised the issue of terrorists scouting the airport to plan possible attacks.

Cuban State Media: ‘Negro’ Obama ‘Incited Rebellion and Disorder’

The Havana Tribune, a state-controlled Cuban newspaper, has added insult to injury following Fidel Castro’s scathing criticism of President Barack Obama upon his departure from the island. In an editorial, the title of which refers to President Obama as “negro,” an opinion columnist has accused him of “inciting rebellion.”

Belgian vice PM acknowledges street celebrations following Brussels attacks

In the days following terrorist attacks in Brussels, street celebrations broke out in several places in Belgium, the county’s vice prime minister said.

Actual feminist schools childish idiots

FBI warned Dutch about El Bakraoui brothers week before Brussels attacks

The U.S. Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) told Dutch police that two brothers were being sought by Belgian authorities a week before the pair blew themselves up in suicide attacks in Brussels, the Dutch interior minister said on Tuesday.

Ard van der Steur was responding by letter to questions from Dutch legislators about Belgian brothers Ibrahim (‘Brahim’) and Khalid El Bakraoui, who prosecutors say took part in the March 22 attacks which killed 35 people, excluding the attackers.

A series of missteps and blunders by Belgium’s security and intelligence agencies have come to light since the attacks, as well weaknesses in communication between intelligence agencies across Europe.

Ibrahim was deported to the Netherlands from Turkey in July 2015, a month after being picked up by Turkish police near the Syrian border. The Netherlands said that when he arrived, his name did not appear on any blacklists so he was not detained. Why he was not deported to Belgium is not clear.

“On March 16, the FBI informed Dutch police over the fact that both brothers were sought by Belgian authorities,” the minister wrote.

Van der Steur said the FBI told the Dutch authorities that Ibrahim was sought by the Belgian authorities for “his criminal background”, while Khaled was wanted for “terrorism, extremism and recruitment”.

In an earlier version of the letter, the minister wrote that the FBI had informed the Dutch authorities of the two brothers, without mentioning that they were wanted by Belgium.

This information was then shared at a meeting between Belgian and Dutch authorities on March 17, the minister wrote.

But in a statement released in response to his letter, the Belgian federal police denied the brothers were mentioned in a discussion on March 17, when a Dutch police representative visited them.

They discussed a shootout in Brussels on March 15 in which an Islamist gunman was shot dead, but there was no mention of the FBI report, the Belgian police said in the statement.

The Dutch parliament will debate later on Tuesday which security measures the Netherlands should take in response to the attacks, which killed three Dutch citizens.

Islamic State claimed the bombings, carried out by the same network that was behind the Paris attacks in November in which 131 people died.

Khalid went missing at the end of October and was on Interpol’s wanted list on terrorist charges in December after police discovered a flat used by the Paris attackers that he had been rented using a false name.



U of T rejects fossil-fuel divestment recommendations

Following over three years of student led advocacy and the striking of a Presidential Advisory Committee on Divestment from Fossil-Fuels, the University of Toronto will not be adopting recommendations to divest immediately from firms complicit in anthropogenic climate change, according to a copy of the official administrative response obtained by The Varsity.

Astroturf and manipulation of media messages


The Power of Choice: The Life and Ideas of Milton Friedman

Iran Supreme Court Issues Man Gouging of Eye Punishment

Iranian Supreme Court judges have reportedly ordered the removal of the eye of a 28-year-old man.

Palestinian Public Opinion Poll

Palinazi numbers.

Belgian official says he’d ‘kill each and every Jew’

According to Belgian media the man is a “guardian of the peace” — an official force dedicated to maintaining security and serving as a deterrent to neighborhood crime.

This isn’t mere terrorism any longer, this is guerrilla war

Simply put, Europe has imported a major threat into its countries, one that did not exist a couple generations ago. It can be endlessly debated why this problem has grown so serious so quickly—for instance, how much is due to Europe’s failures at assimilation of immigrants versus the innate aggression of some of those immigrants (and their children)?—but that the threat is large and growing can no longer be denied by the sentient.

Racism watchdog pays white workers more than black staff

Average white worker at the Equalities and Human Rights Commission earns thousands more than black colleagues.

Paris suspect Abdeslam questioned for just ONE HOUR as he was ‘too tired’

The ‘mastermind’ behind the Paris bloodbath which left 130 people dead was finally caught caught after four months on the run.

Abdeslam, believed to be the only jihadi left alive after he backed out of detonating his suicide vest, is widely thought to have had a hand in planning the deadly attacks in Belgium after he was found hiding out in the city.

But despite police arresting the suspect before the attacks, he was questioned for only one hour as he was said to be “too tired”.

You know who’s responsible for the terror attacks in Belgium

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UK bankrolling Fogel family’s killers

Among the recipients of these funds are Amjad and Hakim Awad, the terrorist murderers who broke into the Fogel family home in Itamar, slaughtering the parents and three children. The terrorist cousins received $23,000 thus far.

Brussels ‘March Against Fear’ canceled… over security fears

At request of police, organizers call off rally intended to show solidarity after last week’s deadly terror attacks.

RCMP arrest 23-year-old Ontario man suspected of plotting to leave Canada to engage in terrorism

About 180 people “with a nexus to Canada” are active in overseas terrorism — including 100 in Syria and Iraq alone, according to the director of the Canadian Security Intelligence Service.

Another 60 have returned to Canada after engaging in terrorist activity, while 90 to 100 have not left Canada but want to, Michel Coulombe testified during a March 7 appearance before the Senate Committee on National Security and Defence.

Do universities need affirmative action for conservative professors?

According to a recent study, only 6.6% of professors in the social sciences self-identify as Republicans (compared with 24.2% in business, 23.3% in engineering, and 22.9% in the health sciences). In sociology, Marxists outnumber Republicans by 4 to 1. Conservative professors are, then, less well represented in the social sciences than women and people of colour.

Security and Defense: The North Korean connection

Former US intelligence officer Bruce Bechtol sheds light on North Korea’s pervasive involvement in the military buildups of Iran, Syria, Hezbollah and Hamas.

Concentration camp retail: Hitler 2 clothing store puts Palestinian knife-wielding mannequins on display

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Feminist Whores For Islam

Thousands with mental illness shackled in chains in Indonesia

“Across Indonesia, there is a widespread belief that mental health conditions are the result of possession by evil spirits or the devil, having sinned, displayed immoral behavior, or lacking faith”.

Saudi Arabia Continues Hiring Spree of Lobbyists, Retains Former Washington Post Reporter

The Saudi government has brought on a dizzying array of American public relations experts and lobbyists to help spin reporters and influence policymakers.

Palestinian university expels student for hugging fiancé

In the first case of its kind, a Palestinian university on Sunday expelled a student who hugged his fiancé on campus.

The Palestine Technical University – Kadoorie in Tulkarem accused the student of “immodest conduct” during a disciplinary hearing before his dismissal.

The student was not identified by name. Sources in the university said that last weekend he was seen putting a ring in the finger of his fiancé before hugging her in public.

A university official said that the student had “slandered” the university and violated its regulations through this action, whether it was deliberate or unintentional. “The natural procedure was to expel the student,” the official said.


Canadian Nazi of the day

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Latin American, Caribbean Lawmakers Sign Pro-Israel, Anti-BDS Resolution

Parliamentarians from 13 Latin American and Caribbean nations have signed a resolution in support of Israel and against the Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions (BDS) movement.

Ad Kan strikes again

A Channel 2 report on a controversial Israeli human rights group has sparked outrage in the political establishment after it alleged that the organization was actively seeking potentially classified information about the Israeli military’s tactics and operations.

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said Thursday night security officials were investigating the actions of Breaking the Silence, a self-styled whistleblower group dedicated to exposing alleged Israel Defense Forces’ human rights abuses in the Palestinian territories through the testimonies of former combat veterans.

“Breaking the Silence has crossed another red line,” Netanyahu said. “The defense establishment’s investigative bodies are looking into the issue.”

Defense Minister Moshe Ya’alon also said he had instructed the army to open an investigation into the reports, to check whether the organization had extracted classified information from former soldiers.

The Channel 2 report on Thursday was based on hidden camera footage collected by the right-wing Ad Kan organization, which seeks to expose what, it says, are illegitimate actions of human rights groups.

J Street must be very upset…


Video: Flight to the Holy Land: Europe’s Jewish Exodus

Am Yisrael Chai.

We lost a good man

RIP Saloman Benzimra.


Alan Dershowitz Brilliantly Strikes down Anti-Israel Question at Conference

PA nixes Israeli offer to halt IDF activity in Ramallah, Jericho

Palestinians insist Israeli army stop operating in all Palestinian cities; PA officials warn end to security cooperation seriously considered.

2 French teenage jihadi girls given terrorism charges for concert hall plot

French authorities have handed two teenage girls preliminary terrorism charges for allegedly plotting an attack against a Parisian concert hall.

The Paris prosecutor’s office said Saturday that the younger girl, who is 15, would remain in custody while her 17-year-old companion would be released under judicial supervision.

They were arrested Wednesday by counterterrorism agents as part of an investigation for criminal conspiracy in connection with a terrorist enterprise.

The investigation comes as France remains under a state of emergency and on high alert after Islamic State-linked extremists attacked the Bataclan concert hall and sites across Paris in November, killing 130.

Prosecutors said early investigations indicate the girls’ project appears to have been at an early stage because no weapons or explosives were found.



In first since 2010, Israel halts food imports from West Bank.

A list of Jew hating U of T faculty

1. Yasaman Aghazadeh, Experimental Therapeutics, University Health Network
2. Rand Askalan, Pediatrics
3. Bernd Baldus, Sociology
4. Roger Beck, Historical Studies, Classics
5. Daniel Bender, History
6. Joseph Berkovitz, Institute for the History & Philosophy of Science & Technology
7. Katherine Blouin, Classics
8. Dina Brooks, Physical Therapy
9. Elspeth Brown, History
10. James Robert Brown, Philosophy
11. Michelle Buckley, Geography & Planning
12. Joseph H. Carens, Political Science
13. James Carscallen, English (Emeritus)
14. Eric Cazdyn, East Asian Studies and Comparative Literature
15. Aziza Chaouni, Architecture
16. Jennifer Jihye Chun, Sociology
17. Kevin Coleman, History
18. Rebecca Comay, Philosophy and Comparative Literature
19. Deborah Cowen, Geography & Planning
20. Phyllis Creighton, Theology
21. Frank Cunningham, Philosophy and Political Science
22. Lucia Dacome, Institute for the History & Philosophy of Science & Technology
23. Bianca Dahl, Anthropology
24. Girish Daswani, Anthropology
25. Chandler Davis, Mathematics
26. Natalie Zemon Davis, History
27. James Deutsch, Faculty of Medicine
28. Margrit Eichler, FRSC, Social Justice Education, OISE
29. Michael Ekers, Geography & Planning
30. Uzoma Esonwanne, English
31. Mohammad Fadel, Law
32. Matthew Farish, Geography
33. Peter Fitting, French and Cinema Studies
34. Ursula M. Franklin, FRSC, University Professor Emerita, Materials Science & Engineering
35. Donna Gabaccia, History
36. David Galbraith, English
37. Frances Garrett, Study of Religion
38. Rubén Gaztambide-Fernández, Curriculum Teaching and Learning, OISE
39. Kanishka Goonewardena, Geography & Planning
40. Anup Grewal, History
41. Atiqa Hachimi, Historical and Cultural Studies & Linguistics
42. Paul Hamel, Lab. Medicine & Pathobiology
43. Ju Hui Judy Han, Geography & Planning
44. Jens Hanssen, Near & Middle Eastern Civilizations and History
45. Amir Hassanpour, NMC
46. Barbara Havercroft, French and Comparative Literature
47. Grégoire Holtz, French
48. Karolina Hübner, Philosophy
49. Mark Hunter, Human Geography
50. Franca Iacovetta, History
51. Ryan Isakson, International Development Studies
52. Eva-Lynn Jagoe, Comparative Literature
53. Smaro Kamboureli, English
54. Malavika Kasturi, History
55. Ken Kawashima, East Asian Studies
56. Whitney Kemble, Library
57. Katie Kilroy-Marac, Anthropology
58. Paul Kingston, Political Science
59. Martin Klein, History
60. Christopher Krupa, Anthropology
61. Blair Kuntz, Robarts Library
62. Nicole Laliberte, Geography
63. Tong Lam, History
64. Michael Lambek, Anthropology
65. Patricia Landolt, Sociology
66. Katie Larson, English
67. Richard Borshay Lee, Anthropology
68. Victor Li, English and Comparative Literature
69. Agi Lukacs, Transitional Year Programme
70. Jamie Magnusson, Leadership, Higher, and Adult Education, OISE
71. Ruth Marshall, Political Science and Study of Religion
72. D’Arcy Martin, OISE
73. Krista Maxwell, Anthropology
74. Julie MacArthur, History
75. Bonnie McElhinny, Anthropology/WGSI
76. Jeannie Miller, Near & Middle Eastern Civilizations
77. Dieter Misgeld, Social Justice Education. OISE
78. Amira Mittermaier, Religion and Near & Middle Eastern Civilizations
79. Shahrzad Mojab, OISE
80. Brenda Mori, Physical Therapy
81. Andreas Motsch, French
82. Andrea Muehlebach, Anthropology
83. Kanta Murali, Political Science
84. Michelle Murphy, History
85. Nakanyike Musisi, History
86. Melanie Newton, History
87. Jan Noel, History
88. Linda Northrup, Near & Middle Eastern Civilizations
89. John Noyes, German
90. Mary Nyquist, English and Comparative Literature
91. Julian Patrick, English
92. Alejandro Paz, Anthropology
93. Chris Petrakos, Historical Studies
94. Jeffrey Pilcher, History
95. Régis Pomès, Biochemistry
96. Mary-Ann Pouls Wegner, Near & Middle Eastern Civilizations
97. Scott Prudham, Geography & Planning
98. Ian Radforth, History
99. Bhavani Raman, History
100. Srilata Raman, Religion
101. Ajay Rao, Religion
102. Stephen Rockel, History
103. Richard Roman, Sociology
104. Peter Rosenthal, Mathematics
105. Natalie Rothman, History
106. Karen Ruffle, Religion
107. Atsuko Sakaki, East Asian Studies and Comparative Literature
108. Rania Salem, Sociology
109. Sara Salih, English
110. Sara Saljoughi, English and Cinema Studies
111. Nicholas Sammond, Cinema Studies Institute
112. Rosa Sarabia, Spanish and Portuguese
113. Dana Seitler, English
114. Jayeeta Sharma, History
115. Susan Sim, Faculty of Information
116. Neera Singh, Geography & Planning
117. Gavin Smith, Anthropology
118. Jesook Song, Anthropology
119. Kirsta Stapelfeldt, UTSC Library
120. Heater Sykes, Curriculum, Teaching & Learning
121. Vannina Sztainbok, Social Justice Education
122. Judith Taylor, Sociology & WGS
123. Neil ten Kortenaar, English and Comparative Literature
124. Laura Thrasher, Equity Studies
125. Miguel Torrens, Library
126. Nhung Tuyet Tran, History
127. D. Alissa Trotz, WGS
128. Mariana Valverde, Centre for Criminology and Sociolegal Studies
129. Karina Vernon, English
130. Rinaldo Walcott, OISE/WGSI
131. Mel Watkins, Economics
132. Jacqueline Whyte Appleby, Library
133. Jessica Wilson, Philosophy
134. Rebecca Wittmann, History
135. Donna Young, Anthropology
136. John Zilcosky, German and Comparative Literature
137. Yurou Zhong, East Asian Studies


Nazis at the United Church of Canada still at it

“Considering that the situation in Palestine and Israel is rapidly deteriorating after nearly 50 years of occupation,” wrote Moderator Cantwell to Foreign Affairs Minister Stéphane Dion on March 1, 2016, “the need for Canada to act is urgent.”

Hamas vs. Iran

In a controversial move, Hamas’s Interior Ministry has ordered the Iranian-affiliated al-Sabireen Movement to close its charity organization operating in Gaza due to “the organization’s engagement in political activities.”

Al-Sabireen’s charity association, al-Bakiyat as-Salihat, was established in Gaza in 2004 and provides humanitarian relief services to Gazan residents.

The association’s president, the Shi’ite Sheikh Hisham Salem, released a statement on Saturday titled “The closure of al-Bakiyat as-Salihat – the slow execution ends with an outrageous decision.”

According to the statement, “Even though the charity association has greatly contributed to the Palestinian steadfastness against the Zionist entity, especially through its humanitarian projects that aid the groups who suffered the greatest damage in the Zionist wars, it is a target for political persecution by the ruling government which does not take the humanitarian dimension into consideration.

“Hamas ordered the dissolution of the association since we have decided to break the silence, raise our voice and talk about the five-year-long Hamas harassment.

“What political activities are you talking about? If you refer to our engagement in political activities against the Occupation, then it is our honor to participate in these activities since this is our reason for being.

“Hamas’s decision is not legal and it will not prevent us from continuing to serve our people. We will act to cancel this decision in all the legitimate ways, “the movement further claimed.

The al-Sabireen movement was established in 2014 by Sheikh Hisham Salem and a splinter group of the Islamic Jihad and it is currently the only jihadi faction in the Gaza Strip financed by Iran and representing the Shi’ite agenda.

Recently, the conflict between Hamas and al-Sabireen has escalated as the threat posed by the Iranian-backed organization to Hamas dominance in Gaza has grown bigger. In February, a bomb was set off near the house of Salem. The military wing of al-Sabireen accused Hamas of the attack ,calling it “a fifth column who serves the Israeli occupation.”


Tunnel dwelling pali terrorists dropping like flies

A Gaza tunnel collapsed in Shujaiyyeh, in the eastern part of Gaza city on Monday, an area near the border with Israel, killing a Hamas operative who was inside.

Hamas’s military wing, the Izzadin Al-Kassam Brigades, named the operative as 36-year-old Al-Salam Al-Batniji. It described the collapse as a work accident.

Earlier this month, the Jerusalem Post, citing Palestinian sources, reported that Hamas operatives were afraid to enter underground tunnels in the Gaza Strip fearing they will collapse.

Some of the operatives digging the tunnels believe Israel was involved in at least some of the recent tunnel collapses that claimed the lives of several Hamas men.

In January and February, official reports describe collapses caused by recent storms and heavy rains. However, among Hamas and others, there are many who believe Israel is responsible.

A Hamas attack tunnel collapsed in the Gaza Strip in the Zeitoun area at the start of February.

On the previous day, Hamas officials confirmed the death of at least two of its operatives in a separate tunnel collapse. Eight others were reported missing after the underground passageway caved in, according to the Izzadin al-Kassam Brigades.

In the previous week, seven Hamas men were killed when a tunnel collapsed close to Gaza’s eastern border with Israel.


New Israel Fund Backs Conference on Palestinian Right of Return

The two day event will include speakers from NGOs and academia, all promoting a Palestinian “right of return.” This so-called “right” including multiple generations has no basis in international law, is a primary obstacle to peace, and equivalent to calling for the elimination of Israel as the nation-state of the Jewish people.

Quebec funds school of jihadis

The Quebec government is offering a $400,000 grant to boost resources at a Montreal junior college that has been the subject of media reports concerning radicalization.

Higher Education Minister Helene David says the amount will be used in part to hire additional personnel at College de Maisonneuve as part of a pilot project to enhance harmonious living.

A statement says the project’s goal is to help the school’s communities live together.

Early last year, several of the college’s students were among the group of young Montrealers arrested on suspicion of wanting to join jihadist groups overseas.

Palis infiltrating the U.S. through Mexico

With help from Canadian friends…

Two Palestinians traveled more than 7,000 miles, through eight countries, to present themselves at the port of entry in Nogales more than a year ago.

Meanwhile, in the socialist paradise of Venezuela…

Venezuelans Make Taxing Trek to Seek Health Care in Colombia.

Only half of Jewish Israelis want to expel Arabs

What the hell is wrong with the other half that are okay with Islamonazis living in their country?

Palestinian terrorist kills US tourist, wounds 10 in Jaffa stabbing spree

Several victims in critical condition after third serious attack of the day; assailant shot dead by police as he runs along Tel Aviv beach promenade.

Stabbing victim pulls knife out of own neck, kills terrorist

An Israeli man who was stabbed multiple times Tuesday afternoon in a terror attack in Petah Tikva managed to remove the knife from his neck and use it to stab and neutralize his attacker.