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Thursday, 24 July 2014
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The latest travesty, the result of the kind of personnel places like the ADL now  hire and promote -- those who remain unwary, unimaginative, and ignorant of Islam. .

Here.

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Posted on 07/24/2014 7:14 AM by Hugh Fitzgerald
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Thursday, 24 July 2014
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The latest travesty, the result of the kind of personnel places like the ADL now  hire and promote -- those who remain unwary, unimaginative, and ignorant of Islam. .

Here.

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Posted on 07/24/2014 7:14 AM by Hugh Fitzgerald
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Thursday, 24 July 2014
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ROME - A mother put on death row for refusing to reject Christianity fled Sudan on Thursday, ending an almost year-long ordeal that triggered outrage around the world.

Meriam Ibrahim, her American husband and two young children, arrived at Rome's Ciampino airport accompanied by Italy’s vice minister of foreign affairs, officials told NBC News. 

The State Department has been negotiating with Sudanese officials to secure the family’s safe passage out of the country. It was not immediately clear how or why her flight to Italy was secured. 

Wani was born in what is now South Sudan -- but later moved to the U.S. He and Ibrahim met after he traveled to Khartoum in 2011. After her release, Wani said he wanted to build a new life for his family in America. 

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Posted on 07/24/2014 6:01 AM by Esmerelda Weatherwax
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Thursday, 24 July 2014
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I posted this article by Rioufol a few days ago but am re-posting it so that the latest comments -- several hundred of them -- can be read, by those interested. 

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Posted on 07/24/2014 5:56 AM by Hugh Fitzgerald
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Thursday, 24 July 2014
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The story itself is the predictable "deploring" by this or that  U.N. official of Israel continuing to protect itself-- as rockets still rain done as far as Tel Aviv -- by finding and destroying as many tunnels as it can. What is of note is the  bit of video, where Gazan Arabs bang on a Red Cross ambulance, and express their dreamy belief -- which decades of coddling by Arab-run UNRHWA, and indeed by every conceivable international organization -- that the Red Cross must surely do their bidding. They deem the Red Cross insufficiently attentive in this case -- they think it, the Red Cross (or is it here the Red Crescent?) -- has a duty to take their side, to protect them. After all, haven't Gazan Arabs, just like the PLO and Hezbollah, freely used ambulances to shuttle its fighters around? 

Look at Paul Adams, and how he interprets, for the BBC, the Gazan Arab behavior.

And look beyond Paul Adams, too, at how unscathed appear to be those streets, in the very part of Gaza City that were supposedly subject to devastation by the diabolical Israelis. Does the city look like Homs or Aleppo or neighborhoods of Damasdcus,  or a thousand other places in Syria? Does it look like Tikrit? Parts of Baghdad?

 

 

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Posted on 07/24/2014 5:37 AM by Hugh Fitzgerald
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Thursday, 24 July 2014
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From the London Evening Standard

A leading human rights film-maker today vowed to stand up to Muslim youths who vandalised his east London studio because they claim street art on its shutters depicts “the devil”. Shafiur Rahman said the gang had threatened further attacks on the office, off Brick Lane, unless the mural of two eyes, a nose and a mouth is removed.The mural was commissioned to celebrate the area’s diversity.

But a group of young Bengalis living on the nearby Chicksand estate claim  the face represents dajjal, a one-eyed Islamic devil. (Yes, I can't work out how a mural with two eyes shows a one-eyed devil either - but I'm not a Muslim youth)

The studio has been attacked repeatedly over the past month, with the group throwing eggs into the office on one occasion and causing £500 worth of damage to equipment. Staff say they have been intimidated when leaving work, approached by the group and told to “throw away the key and not to come back”.

Mr Rahman spoke to leaders at the Brick Lane Mosque to ask them to step in. But he claims an imam said while the mosque did not condone violence, the painting would not be accepted in Islam because it depicted a face. Mr Rahman said: “Mosques should be careful what they teach kids … We need to stand up to this kind of thing.”

The police are now involved and the case has also been referred to Tower Hamlet’s anti-social behaviour unit.

Watch the video - the proprietor and the reporter are pelted with eggs while they talk. 

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Posted on 07/24/2014 5:35 AM by Esmerelda Weatherwax
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Thursday, 24 July 2014
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A little  taste of Islam, just for you.

Here.
 

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Posted on 07/24/2014 5:24 AM by Hugh Fitzgerald
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Wednesday, 23 July 2014
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Wednesday, 23 July 2014
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Wednesday, 23 July 2014
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Wednesday, 23 July 2014
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That means: "The Internet Of Things."

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Posted on 07/23/2014 10:05 PM by Hugh Fitzgerald
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Wednesday, 23 July 2014
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The usual babbitt-banalities about democracy, reaching out to a wider group of locals, and so on, and not a word about Islam. A dope lifting from dopes.

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Posted on 07/23/2014 9:04 PM by Hugh Fitzgerald
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Wednesday, 23 July 2014
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Jabhat Al-Nusra has just now declared its emirate; Al-Baghdadi of ISIS has already declared his caliphate. And when the hurlyburly's done, when the battle's lost and one, go and and identify, if you care to, the remains of those on both, essentially identical, sides.

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Posted on 07/23/2014 8:57 PM by Hugh Fitzgerald
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Wednesday, 23 July 2014
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Hezbollah is a terrorist organization, but  less dangerous than ISIS, a kind of collective Mussolini to ISIS"s Hitler.  So its help to Assad, and its losses in helping him against Uber-Suinnis, in Syria, are both welcome. Eventually Hezbollah may find itself fighting for its life, as Sunnisfrom Syria and not only from Syria, decide to get their revenge inside Lebanon. And it may be that Israel, already the guarantor of King Abdullah's reign in Jordan, will have to worry about an ISIS advance in Lebanon and root, privately, for Hezbollah,though at the same time hoping to take away, somehow, Hezbollah's 100,000 rockets unless they can be turned away from Israel and aimed at ISIS. Oh. It's not just politics that makes strange bedfellows. It's also wars, and the hospital corners that sometimes have to be cut.

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Posted on 07/23/2014 5:14 PM by Hugh Fitzgerald
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Wednesday, 23 July 2014
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Listen here.

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Posted on 07/23/2014 4:13 PM by Hugh Fitzgerald
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Wednesday, 23 July 2014
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Posted on 07/23/2014 4:04 PM by Hugh Fitzgerald
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Wednesday, 23 July 2014
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From France 24 and AP via Yahoo News

At least 82 people were killed on Wednesday in two bombings in the northern Nigerian city of Kaduna targeting an opposition leader and a moderate Muslim cleric.

The first blast, which killed at least 32 people, occurred after a bomb was tossed off of the back of a motorcycle at Sheikh Dahiru Bauchi, a prominent Muslim cleric in Nigeria. The explosion scattered debris and dead bodies along the Alkali Road in central Kaduna, but missed Bauchi. Police Commissioner Umar Usman Shehu said the first blast came after Sheik Dahiru Bauchi gave an annual Ramadan speech for thousands of faithful in an outdoor service. Sheik Bauchi is known for preaching against the violent extremism of Nigeria's Islamic militants, Boko Haram.

Shortly afterwards, a second, deadlier blast went off in the city’s bustling Kawo market. Nigerian officials said the target was Muhammadu Bahari, a prominent opposition leader and former president.

A Red Cross official said at least 50 people were killed in the second blast. Buhari, who challenged President Goodluck Jonathan in the 2011 election, was riding in an armour-plated sports utility vehicle and was not wounded.

There were no immediate claims of responsibility, but Islamist militant group Boko Haram has been staging attacks, especially with explosives, outside its northeastern heartlands over the past three months.

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Posted on 07/23/2014 12:57 PM by Esmerelda Weatherwax
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Wednesday, 23 July 2014
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I heard Wallace Shawn on NPR, a program in which he expressed his utter disgust with the United States and "the rich" (all of them, apparently, and I hope he included Hillary Clinton, and Glenn Greenwald -- who just sold to Sony his story of being the conduit for Edward Snowden's leaks, so it can be made into a movie, and, for that matter, all of the Hollyood moguls who've employed him) and then, just before the end of the hour, denouncing the American government yet again and, first among its co-evils, the country of Israel for "what it is doing to the 'Palestinians."

Shawn has a line in moral superiority, and his cultural criticism is at the level of such obviousness as "once upon a time everyone could listen to Bach unselfconsciously" but now we've all got to show we know about and admire "popular culture" -- the "popular culture" of the very movies, and some television, that has made Wallace Shawn rich and, despite his claims of being different from "the rich," as self-satisfied as any deep-pocketed Podsnap.

I was not surprised when I discovered he's a deep admirer of Glenn Greenwald (who, in turn, is deeply admired by Omid Somebody or other, the billionaire founder of eBay who has shown his gratitude to America, for rescuing him from the Islamic Republic of Iran,by backing Greenwald and his ilk in a new media venture.

Here's a  bit from the pink-cheeked complacencies of the  Financial Times:

Lunch with the FT: Glenn Greenwald

The journalist who collaborated with NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden talks about his abrasive approach and his new online venture
 

It is after 3pm on a Friday when I walk into Bar do Beto, an old-fashioned Ipanema restaurant, but the place is full of diners enjoying a long, languid lunch. Glenn Greenwald is sitting in the corner, squinting crossly at his laptop. He is dressed in a T-shirt, long striped swimming shorts and flip-flops, which is something of a relief because, in the hottest Rio de Janeiro summer in decades, I am also wearing shorts.

Since the day last June when he first met Edward Snowden, a National Security Agency (NSA) analyst-turned-whistleblower Greenwald has kept up a regime of 16-hour workdays, combing through thousands of documents passed on by Snowden, writing dozens of stories for the Guardian and other papers, sniping at his critics on Twitter, and setting up a media venture with a billionaire backer. In the process, Greenwald has become, perhaps, the most famous journalist of his generation. His reputation in the US is somewhat mixed, in part as a result of his abrasive approach to political debate, but in parts of Europe and Latin America he is considered the new incarnation of Bob Woodward and Carl Bernstein.

 

Greenwald, 46, has lived in Rio for almost a decade, since he met his soon-to-be husband David Miranda on a holiday to the Brazilian city. “This was our place when we first met eight or nine years ago,” Greenwald says of the restaurant. “We lived a couple of blocks away and we always came here. Then they did this massive renovation and we kind of gave up on it for a few years. But we came back and the food was fantastic.”

Greenwald tells me he was in here a few nights earlier. In an event that underlines his new status as an international leftwing celebrity, the actor and playwright Wallace Shawn had invited Greenwald to see The Designated Mourner, his play about shrinking political space in a once-liberal land, when it was showing in New York last year. As Greenwald has not travelled to the US since the Snowden story broke, Shawn came to Rio to put on a performance for him. “Incredibly riveting and thought-provoking,” Greenwald says of the play, which was performed in a theatre rented for the occasion. Afterwards, Greenwald brought cast and crew to Bar do Beto to thank them.

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Posted on 07/23/2014 11:06 AM by Hugh Fitzgerald
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Wednesday, 23 July 2014
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From the Telegraph

Islamic extremists have sought to entrench their strict religious regime in the northern Iraqi city of Mosul by banning naked mannequins, just days after imposing orders to convert, pay taxes or die rules on the city's Christians.

Islamic State instructions said clothing outlets must cover the faces of mannequins in line with Muslim tenets of covering up the human former.

The orders which apply to both male and female mannequins are in line with strict interpretations of sharia law that forbid statues or artwork depicting the human form are part of a growing web of rules and commercial regulations emanating from the Islamic militant group.

Its schedule of Jizyah or taxes on Christians and other non-Muslims, breaks down into $715 a year for the rich, $375 a year for the middle class and $178 for the poorest.

Ahmed Younis, a Baghdad expert on armed groups, said the Islamists were in effect establishing an economic state based on the increasing resources and infrastructure under their command.

Considering its spread across the Syria-Iraq border, its grip over oilfields there and its growing economic activity, Islamic State will "transform into an economic giant with assets of billions of dollars," he said. 

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Posted on 07/23/2014 9:36 AM by Esmerelda Weatherwax
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Wednesday, 23 July 2014
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From the BBC

A French court has jailed three men for rioting after a pro-Palestinian rally in a mixed suburb of Paris degenerated into anti-Semitic violence. The three men, aged 21 and 28, were given sentences of between six and 10 months for their part in the rioting in Sarcelles on Sunday.

A fourth man was given a suspended sentence while a minor received a fine. Three men convicted of rioting on the same day in the Parisian district of Barbes were given suspended sentences on Tuesday.

Prime Minister Manuel Valls condemned the violence, which erupted at a protest over Israel's actions in Gaza. 

A new, legal pro-Palestinian rally is due to be held in the French capital on Wednesday evening, organised by leftist groups. About 30 MPs from the ruling Socialist Party are due to attend, according to Le Parisien daily.

Mr Valls said he had been given security guarantees by the organisers.

Interestingly the politically correct, left leaning BBC calls the defendants 'pro-Palestinian' while the Kuwait News agency calls them 'anti-Israeli'. 

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Posted on 07/23/2014 9:16 AM by Esmerelda Weatherwax
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Wednesday, 23 July 2014
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Gaza, he says, is where the Mongols and the Tartars were defeated by true-blue Muslims, And Gaza will be the burying ground of the Jews who, just like those Mongols and those Tartars, have no connection to or claim on  any land; the world belongs, always and everyhere, but especially in the Middle East, to Allah and to Muslims.

Here, a bit worse or rather hoarse for wear, he screams his head off. He can do no other.

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Posted on 07/23/2014 7:52 AM by Hugh Fitzgerald
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Wednesday, 23 July 2014
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Navi Pillay, a U.N. muck-a-muck, has just issued a report on the fighting in Gaza that, unsurprisingly, comes down hard -- grotesquely hard -- on Israel, and concludes that "both sides" may be guilty of "war crimes." What kind of person rises high in the U.N. bureaucracy? Could it be someone who might dare to recognize the nature of Islam, and of Jihad? Could it every conceivably be someone sympathetic to the Jews of Israel, understanding that they are under a permanent siege, because Jihad is permanent, and Islam is permanent, and there are no "two-state solutions" or "one-state solutions" or "n-state solutions" because there is no "solution" at all, only a constant state of credible deterrence and, intermittently now and forever, the need to "mow the lawn" (as the Israelis, perhaps a bit too drily, but they need to keep their sanity after all, call it) by destroying arms allowed (idiotically) to build up, to the north, and to the south, and if ISIS has its way in Jordan, to the east as well.

Navi Pillay is deeply solicitous of Islam. Why? She's a type, a human type. This is the type that joins and rises high at the U.N., at The Guardian, at France Inter, at the BBC. They all think what one another thinks. And you know perfectly well -- they don't have to open their mouths -- what they think about everything.

Here's Navi Pillay a few years ago, deploring the Swiss referendum that led to the banning of minarets:

December 1, 2009
UN Slams 'Discriminatory' Swiss Minaret Ban
By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
http://www.nytimes.com/aponline/2009/12/01/world/AP-EU-Switzerland-Minaret-Ban.html?pagewanted=print

Filed at 6:21 a.m. ET

GENEVA (AP) -- The United Nations called Switzerland's ban on new minarets 'clearly discriminatory' and deeply divisive, and the Swiss foreign minister acknowledged Tuesday the government was very concerned about how the vote would affect the country's image.

U.N. human rights chief Navi Pillay said Sunday's referendum to outlaw the construction of minarets in Switzerland was the product of 'anti-foreigner scare-mongering.'

The criticism from Pillay, whose office is based in the Swiss city of Geneva, comes after an outcry from Muslim countries, Switzerland's European neighbors and human rights watchdogs since 57.5 percent of the Swiss population ratified the ban.

The Swiss government opposed the initiative but has sought to defend it as an action not against Islam or Muslims, but one aimed at improving integration and fighting extremism.

'These are extraordinary claims when the symbol of one religion is targeted,' Pillay said in a statement. She said she was saddened to see xenophobic arguments gain such traction with Swiss voters despite their 'long-standing support of fundamental human rights.'

 

She's not demented, Navi Pillay, so she's not Richard Falk. But she's bad, very bad, and the U.,N. is a place where the Muslim group is the only one left standing-- no more grouping of NATO nations, or of Warsaw Pact nations -- and its power is on display everywhere.

 

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Posted on 07/23/2014 7:30 AM by Hugh Fitzgerald
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Wednesday, 23 July 2014
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A French commentator:

"Et sur ce blog, pouvez-vous m'assurer que chacun est tolérant, ouvert, honnête et respectueux des autres ?"

Quand ceux que l on reçoit avec générosité se conduiront avec tolérance, ouverture, honnêteté et respect on en reparlera.

Depuis 50 ans jamais, non jamais, une civilisation n a été aussi accueillante et accorte envers l étranger et notamment envers cet étranger venant des 4 coins de la planète dont nous sommes si différents. Il peut même venir sans papiers, sans argent, sans diplôme, sans rien, nos pays occidentaux lui fourniront tout. En contrepartie nous récoltons la haine, le mépris, la jalousie,...
Je crois que les limites ont été dépassées depuis longtemps. Nos pouvoirs politiques sont embourbés dans leur carcan idéologique gauchiste car changer de politique reviendrait a dire qu ils se sont trompé et cela ils ne l accepteront pas. Ils iront donc jusqu au bout de leur folie destructrice tant que le système tient.
Je suis plutôt généreux dans la vie, je l ai prouvé plusieurs fois mais je ne l étale pas comme ce piètre genefou mais ce que nous vivons n est pas de la générosité, c est de la bêtise tout court. On donne on reçoit une gifle, on donne encore on en reçoit deux, on donne encore et on reçoit un coup de boule.....etc.
C est un phénomène psychologique qui me dépasse car la vie apprend qu il faut partager a condition de ne pas empiéter sur le devenir des siens. Donner ce que l on a pas ou donner en sachant que les siens n auront rien n a pas de sens. La raison nous enseigne de ne pas outrepasser nos capacités fussent elles dans le domaine de la charité, du partage. On donne trop, on accueille trop, nous sommes dans le too much. La réciprocité n est pas la tout simplement parce que ces partages, ces dons, cet accueil jamais vu auparavant, ils les considèrent toutes comme des preuves de faiblesse. Plus nous donnerons, plus nous serons des faibles, plus ils nous enfonceront.

Pour la Remigration.

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Posted on 07/23/2014 7:17 AM by Hugh Fitzgerald
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Wednesday, 23 July 2014
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Israël hypnotisé par la paix – il n’y a pas de pays qui ne souhaite vivre en paix plus qu’Israël - a été bien trop timide après la prise de la Judée et Samarie en 1967, renvoyant au-delà du Jourdain l'armée d'occupation jordanienne qui s’était installé West Bank depuis l'offensive arabe de 1948. Israël aurait dû en 67 annexer officiellement ce territoire comme la France l’avait fait pour l'Alsace à l'effondrement du Reich nazi. Comme les Sudètes ont été récupérés par la Tchécoslovaquie. Comme les Russes avaient obtenu les îles Kouriles à la capitulation japonaise. Comme les USA pour les îles du Pacifique après ce même conflit. Comme le Mandchouko (la Mandchourie) pour les Chinois, etc.
Israël aurait alors pu mettre en place en Judée et Samarie une démocratie exemplaire (comme celle en Israël actuellement) où les populations qui y habitaient ou désiraient y vivre auraient pu le faire dans une égalité de droit et dans la prospérité.
La soi-disante « paix » pour laquelle croient pouvoir œuvrer la diplomatie européenne - française en particulier - est une chimère. C'est un concept fallacieux qui entend consacrer des avancées stratégiques majeures – inacceptables pour la sécurité d’Israël - pour ceux qui sont en réalité voués à la disparition de l’Etat hébreux. Ceux là – comme ils le déclarent d’ailleurs quand ils ne s’adressent pas directement aux occidentaux – ne voient cette « paix » que comme un gain stratégique de plus pour l’accomplissement de leur objectif : celui-ci depuis 1948 n’a pas varié.
Israël en fait d’ailleurs l'amère expérience aujourd'hui avec Gaza qu'il avait rendu en 2005.

Tout ce que disent donc nos politiques sur le sujet est une vue de l'esprit. C’est un regard sur le conflit Israélo-palestinien qui ne veut ou ne peut pas croire ce qui est pourtant devant les yeux. Ils n’auront rien compris aux ressorts profonds et occultés du djihad. Ressorts propres à l’Islam qui sont à l’œuvre en Syrie et en Irak. Le contenu de cette marmite islamique étalé devant nos yeux est indicible. En faire le constat, c’est prendre conscience du danger qui menace au Moyen-Orient, certes, mais aussi pour les pays d’Europe. Nos politiques espèrent donc encore par ce tour de passe-passe - la paix avec un état palestinien - pouvoir l’éviter.
Mais ce qui semblait encore possible il y dix ans ne l'est plus. Israël aura tiré aujourd'hui la leçon de ses concessions qui n'on fait que l'affaiblir et ajouter pour ce pays du danger au danger.
Israël ne peut plus accepter ce qui fut discuter à Oslo, elle ne peut plus envisager un territoire palestinien aux portes de Jérusalem qui serait donner les clefs du pays (et de son existence) à ses ennemis.

Je remarque d’ailleurs que c'est exactement une semblable incompréhension qui a saisi les politiques, les journalistes et les intellectuels face aux événements qui viennent de se produire à Paris et qui s’évertuent, en dépit du fiasco de leurs analyses de la situation en France, de vouloir dire à Israël ce qu'elle devrait faire.
Un peu plus de modestie et de réalisme ne ferait pas de mal à ces grands penseurs.

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Posted on 07/23/2014 5:44 AM by Hugh Fitzgerald
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Wednesday, 23 July 2014
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From the Sydney Morning Herald

Kuala Lumpur: The youth leader of a Malaysian opposition party has claimed the MH17 tragedy was God punishing Malaysia Airlines for serving alcohol on its flights and its “indecent” dress code.

Ahmad Tarmizi Sulaiman, the youth information chief of the opposition Pan-Malaysian Islamic Party (PAS), said the serving of alcohol, which is prohibited under Islam, and the dress code of Malaysia Airlines flight attendants' “cross the boundaries of Islam.”

Mr Tarmizi was quoted in Malaysia’s media as saying majority state-owned Malaysia Airlines was ignoring the tenets of Islam.

“If the government wishes to introspect and to garner the blessings of Allah, what is wrong in conducting a study on the percentage of passengers who would not fly MAS if alcohol is not served and its flight attendants observe Muslim dress code?,” he said.

PAS enjoys strong support in Malaysia’s northern and rural conservative states. But former minister Wee Ka Siong described the remarks ridiculous and insensitive and a selfish attempt to use people’s anguish for political benefit.

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