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11 juillet 2010, 14:03

"LUMIERE " la stature d'un vrai CHEF D'ETAT DIGNE ,





11 juillet 2010, 14:14
C'est exactement ce qu'il dit à la fin de la vidéo : il attend d'avoir un partenaire pour négocier la paix.

hu gadol!
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11 juillet 2010, 14:25

Je crois que l'attente sera longue , et peut être même , vaine ,

car quand on voit l'éducation de haine et de violence qui est

INCULQUEE aux jeunes enfants qui seront la génération

de demain , on peut imaginer que le "changement" ne sera

11 juillet 2010, 14:32
Ne t'inquiète pas, l'exilée, tous ceux qui ont essayé de détruire le peuple juif ont fini par disparaître. Ils sont tous dans un musée, derrière une vitre. Et nous, nous sommes toujours là. spinning smiley sticking its tongue out

Je vais aller regarder la suite de l'interview, Bibi m'a vraiment impressionnée, et il en faut beaucoup pour qu'un orateur m'impressionne !thumbs up
11 juillet 2010, 14:48

Tu as raison de "savourer" son interview ,


contrairement à hussein obaba , c'est

11 juillet 2010, 17:01
Encore une vidéo qui devrait te remonter le moral, l'exilée. smiling bouncing smiley

12 juillet 2010, 00:20

thanks to hussein o'sama for the coming RACE WAR !

12 juillet 2010, 03:09




Although the museum does no open until July 2010 here is your own private preview. Sit back and relax for this presentation of about 12 minutes.....I am sure you will enjoy it. Please watch to the very end. Kate Smith sings Irving Berlin’s God Bless America at the end.

Jews in America ...

12 juillet 2010, 11:07
Contre la tentative islamique d'occupation du centre de NY
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12 juillet 2010, 13:23
la lucidité du peuple americain
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13 juillet 2010, 04:57


July 11, 2010


Jerusalem was voted the N° 1 Best City in Africa and the Middle East and

Tel Aviv N°3 by the readers of Travel+ Leisure magazine.

Jerusalem reached the top spot for the first time since 2000.

Tel Aviv, which was behind Cape Town, South Africa, made it to the top 3 for the first time.

The results are published annually in the magazine's August issue.

"We are thrilled by this result because it underscores the growing realization by sophisticated travelers

that our two main cities are unique and extraordinary places to visit," said Arie Sommer,

Israel's tourism commissioner for North and South America.
14 juillet 2010, 04:59
Simon Wiesenthal Center
2010 Top Ten Anti-Israel Lies

LIE #1

Israel was created by European guilt over the Nazi Holocaust. Why should Palestinians pay the price?

Three thousand years before the Holocaust, before there was a Roman Empire, Israel?s kings and prophets walked the streets of Jerusalem. The whole world knows that Isaiah did not speak his prophesies from Portugal, nor Jeremiah his lamentations from France. Revered by its people, Jerusalem is mentioned in the Hebrew Scriptures 600 times - but not once in the Koran. Throughout its 2,000-year exile there was continuous Jewish presence in the Holy Land, with the modern rebirth of Israel beginning in the 1800s. Reclamation of the largely vacant land by pioneering Zionists blossomed into a Jewish majority long before the onset of Nazism.

After the Holocaust, nearly 200,000 Shoah survivors found haven in the Jewish State, created by a two-thirds vote of the UN in 1947. Soon 800,000 Jews fleeing persecution in Arab countries arrived. In ensuing decades, Israel absorbed a million immigrants from the Soviet Union and thousands of Ethiopian Jews. Today, far from being a vestige of European guilt or colonialism, Israel is a diverse, cosmopolitan society, fulfilling the age-old dream of a people?s journey and ?Return to Zion?- their ancient homeland.

LIE #2

Had Israel withdrawn to its June 1967 borders, peace would have come long ago.

Since 1967, Israel has repeatedly conceded, ?land for peace.? Following Egyptian President Sadat?s historic 1977 visit to Jerusalem and the Camp David Peace Accords, Israel withdrew from the vast Sinai Peninsula and has been at peace with Egypt ever since.

In 1995, Jordan signed a peace treaty with Israel but neither the Palestinians nor 21 other Arab states have done so. In 1993, Israel signed the Oslo Accords ceding administrative control of the West Bank to the Palestinian Authority(formerly the PLO). The PA never fulfilled its promise to end propaganda attacks and drop the Palestinian National Charter?s call for Israel?s destruction.

In 2000, Prime Minister Barak offered Yasser Arafat full sovereignty over 97% of the West Bank, a corridor to Gaza, and a capitol in the Arab section of Jerusalem. Arafat said NO. In 2008, PA President Abbas nixed virtually the same offer from Prime Minister Olmert. In 2005, Prime Minister Sharon unilaterally withdrew from Gaza. Taken over by terrorist Hamas, they turned dismantled Jewish communities into launching sites for suicide bombers and 8,000+ rockets into Israel proper. In 2010, Prime Minister Netanyahu renewed offers of unconditional negotiations leading to a Palestinian State, but Palestinians refused, demanding more unilateral Israeli concessions, including a total freeze of all Israeli construction in East Jerusalem and the West Bank.

LIE #3

Israel is the main stumbling block to achieving a Two-State solution.

The Palestinians themselves are the only stumbling block to achieving a Two-State solution. With whom should Israel negotiate? With President Abbas, who, for four years, has been barred by Hamas from visiting 1.5 million constituents in Gaza? With his Palestinian Authority, which continues to glorify terrorists and preaches hate in its educational system and the media? With Hamas, whose Iranianbacked leaders deny the Holocaust and use fanatical Jihadist rhetoric to call for Israel?s destruction?

Today, it is a simple fact that while the State of Israel is prepared to recognize all Arab States, secular or Muslim, these states adamantly refuse to recognize Israel as a Jewish State and demand ?the right of return? of five million so-called Palestinian ?refugees? ? a sure guarantee for Israel?s demise.


Nuclear Israel not Iran is the greatest threat to peace and stability.

Though never acknowledged by Jerusalem, it is generally assumed that Israel has nuclear weapons. But unlike Pakistan, India, and North Korea, Israel never conducted nuclear tests. In 1973, when its very survival was imperiled by the surprise Egyptian-Syrian Yom Kippur attack, many assumed Israel would use nuclear weapons--but it did not. Contrary to public condemnations, many Arab leaders privately express relief that Israeli nuclear deterrence exists. While Israel has never threatened anyone, Tehran?s mullahs daily threaten to ?wipe Israel from the map.? The U.S. and Europe can afford to wait to see what the Iranian regime does with its nuclear ambitions. But Israel cannot. She is on the front lines and remembers every day the price the Jewish people paid for not taking Hitler at his word. Israel is not prepared to sacrifice another six million Jews on the altar of the world?s indifference.

LIE #5

Israel is an Apartheid State deserving of International Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions campaigns.

On both sides of the Atlantic, church groups, academics and unions are leading deceitful and often anti-Semitic boycott campaigns demonizing what they call the Jewish ?apartheid? State.

The truth is that unlike apartheid South Africa, Israel is a democratic state. Its 20% Arab minority enjoys all the political, economic and religious rights and freedoms of citizenship, including electing members of their choice to the Knesset (Parliament). Israeli Arabs and Palestinians have standing before Israel?s Supreme Court. In contrast, no Jew may own property in Jordan, no Christian or Jew can visit Islam?s holiest sites in Saudi Arabia.

LIE #6

Plans to build 1,600 more homes in East Jerusalem prove Israel is ?Judaizing? the Holy City.

Enemies of Israel, exploit this phony issue. Jerusalem is holy to three great faiths. Its diverse population includes a Jewish majority with Muslim and Christian minorities. Since 1967, for the first time in history, there is full freedom of religion for all faiths in Jerusalem. Muslim and Christian religious bodies administer their own holy sites. Indeed, the Waqf is allowed to control Jerusalem?s Temple Mount, even though it rests on Solomon?s temple and is holy to BOTH Jews and Muslims.

Meanwhile, Jerusalem?s municipality must meet the needs of a growing modern city. The unfortunately-timed announcement during U.S. Vice President Biden?s visit of 1600 new apartments in Ramat Shlomo, was not about Arab neighborhoods in East Jerusalem, but for a long established, heavily populated Jewish neighborhood in Northern Jerusalem, where 250,000 Jews live (about the same population as Newark, N.J.) -- an area that will never be relinquished by Israel.

LIE #7

Israeli policies endanger U.S. troops in Afghanistan and Iraq.

The charge that Israel endangers U.S. troops in Iraq or the AF-Pak region is an update of the old ?stab in the back? lie that Jews always betray their own friends, and the libel spouted by Henry Ford and the Protocols of the Elders of Zion that ?Jews are the father of all wars.?

U.S. General Petraeus has stated he considers Israel a great strategic asset for the U.S. and that his earlier remarks linking the safety of U.S. troops in the region to an Israeli-Palestinian peace deal (which 2/3 of Israelis want) were taken out of context. A resolution of the Palestinian-Israeli conflict would benefit everyone, including the U.S. But an imposed return to what Abba Eban called ?1967 Auschwitz borders? would endanger Israel?s survival and ultimately be disastrous for American interests and credibility in the world.

LIE #8

Israeli policies are the cause of worldwide anti-Semitism.

From the Inquisition to the pogroms, to the 6,000,000 Jews murdered by the Nazis, history proves that Jew-hatred existed on a global scale before the creation of the State of Israel. In 2010, it would still exist even if Israel had never been created. For example, one poll indicates 40% of Europeans blame the recent global economic crisis on ?Jews having too much economic power,? a canard that has nothing to do with Israel.

The unsettled Palestinian-Israeli dispute aggravates Muslim-Jewish tensions, but it is not the root cause. During World War II, the Grand Mufti of Jerusalem, a notorious Jewhater, helped the Nazis organize the 13th SS Division, made up of Muslims. Unfortunately, in addition to respectful references to Jewish patriarchs and prophets, the Koran also contains virulent anti-Semitic stereotypes that are widely invoked by Islamist extremists, including Hezbollah (whose agents blew up the Jewish Community Center in Buenos Aires in 1994), to justify murdering Jews worldwide. The disappearance of Israel would only further embolden violent Jew-haters everywhere.

LIE #9

Israel, not Hamas, is responsible for the ?humanitarian catastrophe? in Gaza. Goldstone was right when he charged that Israel was guilty of war crimes against civilians.

The Goldstone Report on Israel?s defensive war against Hamas-controlled Gaza, from which 8,000 rockets were fired after Israel?s unilateral withdrawal in 2005, is a biased product of the UN?s misnamed Human Rights Council. The UNHRC is obsessed with false anti-Israel resolutions. It refuses to address grievous human rights abuses in Iran, North Korea, Sudan, Saudi Arabia, Cuba and beyond.

Faced with similar attacks, every UN member-state including the U.S. and Canada would surely have acted more aggressively than the IDF did in Gaza.

Yet, Richard Goldstone, a South African Jewish jurist, signed a document prepared by investigators whose main qualification was rabid anti-Israel bias. He accepted every anonymous libel against the IDF. But he insisted that hearings in Gaza be televised, guaranteeing that fearful Palestinians would never testify about Hamas? use of civilians as human shields and their hiding of weapons in mosques and hospitals. Harvard Professor Alan Dershowitz denounced Goldstone?s Report as a modern ?blood libel? accusing Israeli soldiers of crimes they never committed.

LIE #10

The only hope for peace is a single, bi-national state, eliminating the Jewish State of Israel.

The One-State solution, promoted by academics, is a non-starter because it would eliminate the Jewish homeland. However, the current pressures on Israel are equally dangerous. In effect, the world is demanding that Israel, the size of New Jersey, shrink further by accepting a Three-State solution: a PA state on the West Bank and a Hamas terrorist state controlling 1.5 million Palestinians in Gaza. All this, as Hezbollah, Iran?s proxy in Lebanon, stockpiles 50,000 rockets, threatening northern and central Israel?s main population centers.

In 2010, most Middle East experts believe that the only hope for enduring peace is two states with defined final borders. But too many diplomats, pundits, academics and church leaders ignore the fact that current polls show that while most Israelis favor a Two-State solution, most Palestinians continue to oppose it.
16 juillet 2010, 02:32
Support for Israel near record high, Gallup Poll shows

July 14, 2010


- Support for Israel among Americans is at a near record high, a new poll showed.

According to the Gallup Poll, 63 percent of Americans say their sympathies in the Middle East

conflict are with Israel, while 15 percent side with the Palestinians.

The rest favor both sides, neither side or have no opinion.

Support for Israel was higher only in 1991, shortly after Israel was hit with Scud

missiles during the Gulf War, when it was at 64 percent.

The poll, conducted in early February, was part of Gallup’s annual World Affairs

survey in which Americans were asked a series of questions about their opinions

of 20 countries or entities, including Israel and the Palestinian Authority.

Israel’s ranking, at 67 percent favorable, was among the highest of the countries


The Palestinian Authority, at 20 percent, was among the lowest.

Support for Israel increased more among Republicans and independents than

Democrats, the poll showed.

Since 2001, there has been an increase of 25 points among Republicans and 18 points

among independents.

Support for Israel among Democrats has stayed about the same.

Asked whether peace eventually will be reached in the Middle East, 67 percent of

respondents answered “doubtful” and 30 percent said “there will come a time”

when there will be peace.

In a general trend over the past 10 years,

Democrats were more optimistic than Republicans about the chances for peace.

Thirty-nine percent of Democrats said it will come; 25 percent of Republicans agreed.

Pollsters conducted telephone interviews with a random sampling of 1,025 American

adults between Feb. 1 and 3. The poll has a 4 percent margin of error.
20 juillet 2010, 14:04

hussein and wife !!

obama's dairies

20 juillet 2010, 15:40
The well-named Michael Savage again ... Keep your stinky racist posts for some dumb rednecks, we won't buy it here winking smiley

Seems like it's time for Lieberman to leave the government. Fingers crossed : [www.ynetnews.com]
23 juillet 2010, 14:53

AVIGDOR LIEBERMAN, Israel’s foreign minister, has asked European countries to consider building a power station, a desalination plant and a harbour in the Gaza Strip, promising Israel’s full co-operation in bringing in the necessary raw materials. The aim, says Mr Lieberman, is to end Gaza’s residual dependence on Israel and let the territory’s 1.6m Palestinians fend for themselves. That would dump responsibility for Gaza on neighbouring Egypt. Its connection with the West Bank would be severed, making a territorially linked Palestinian state nigh-impossible to attain. It is an idea that no Western or Arab government could countenance. But it is making waves because Mr Lieberman, an extreme nationalist, has the second-biggest chunk of seats in Israel’s awkward coalition.

Mr Lieberman says that Israel, whose troops and settlers vacated the strip five years ago, must show the world it is no longer in any respect the occupier, as international law currently deems it to be. Western governments and international bodies should police Gaza’s borders and crossing-points to stop weapons illicitly coming in. Israel would presumably lift its naval blockade. All this, argues Mr Lieberman, could be done without talking directly to Hamas, the Islamist movement that runs the strip and which Israel, the United States and the European Union still shun as a terrorist outfit.

The foreign minister says some of his European counterparts are interested. At home he has been backed by a doyen of Israel’s foreign-policy pundits, Shlomo Avineri, a former director of the foreign ministry, who says the foreign minister, whatever his motive, is right. “Israel does not rule over Gaza but is held responsible for it,” he says. Mr Lieberman has yet to convince the prime minister, Binyamin Netanyahu. Nor has he put his plan to the cabinet. “There is a long tradition in Israel of foreign ministers floating their personal ideas,” says an aide to the prime minister.

Mr Netanyahu has been increasingly irritated by Mr Lieberman’s ideas. Some say that strains in the coalition are worsening. Mr Lieberman’s Yisrael Beitenu party, backed largely by immigrants from the former Soviet Union, has 15 seats in Israel’s 120-member parliament; Mr Netanyahu’s Likud has 27. At a recent cabinet meeting, Mr Lieberman’s lot voted against budget proposals for next year, saying that ministries it runs had been singled out for particularly savage cuts. Mr Netanyahu and Mr Lieberman have also clashed repeatedly over key diplomatic appointments.

But their bitterest discord is over legislation drafted by Mr Lieberman’s party to ease conversion to Judaism. Some 350,000 Israeli citizens originally from the Soviet Union are not recognised by the state rabbinate as Jewish. Many are deterred from trying to convert by the rigours of the rabbinical courts. The bill would empower more liberal rabbis to convert people. But it has run into furious opposition from the large non-Orthodox Jewish communities in the United States, which want their rabbis, too, to be able to do conversions under Israeli law. They have warned Mr Netanyahu that the bill, if passed, would cause a schism throughout Jewry. He has promised them to stop it. He has also reportedly promised Mr Lieberman to find a compromise formula before Israel’s parliament reconvenes after the summer recess.

It so happens that this will more or less coincide with the expiry of Mr Netanyahu’s ten-month freeze on building settlements in the West Bank. The settlers and their political backers are already preparing celebrations to mark a great splurge of new building. The Labour Party, Mr Netanyahu’s next-biggest coalition partner, threatens to walk out if the freeze ends and no serious negotiations with the Palestinians have begun. Mr Lieberman, who openly disdains negotiations with the Palestinians, has not explicitly threatened to walk out unless the freeze is ended. But after the latest wrangles Mr Netanyahu will worry he may do so anyway.

Barack Obama’s people, frustrated by the lack of progress in indirect talks between Israelis and Palestinians that America has been trying to mediate, may be hoping for just that. Many of them want Mr Lieberman, who apparently has no desire to seek a deal with the Palestinians, to abandon Israel’s ruling coalition and for Tzipi Livni and her more emollient Kadima party, with its 28 seats, to join it instead.
01 août 2010, 09:17

By Walid Shoebat

Admitting error is rare when Anti-Israel media writes in English, but perusing the Arabic yields treasures beyond your wildest imagination, even confessions on how screwed up this anti-Israel campaign is that is being perpetrated against Israel to boycott anything made by that state. Hiba Lama laments as she expressed her views on Arabic Media Internet Network (AMIN): “How much of our campaigns called to boycott Israeli goods, especially those made by settlements, and how much of this slogan [to boycott Israel] we spread in the streets and at the gates of stores and car stickers and how many articles we published in the media, including our government's decision to boycott, coupled with campaigns; including door to door and from place to place which included visits to houses and shops in the West Bank and carrying out awareness campaigns of the harmful effects of goods made by settlements all calling for boycotting the Israeli goods.”

She then laments that the curse intended on Israel simply bounced back: “But we did not ask ourselves, not even once if such campaigns have the desired results … numbers of Palestinians had abandoned their Palestinian shops after missing several items and went to stores in Israeli areas instead like "supermarket Rami Levy" in the Etzion and Ram, which was packed with Palestinian customers, as if nothing had happened. Hanna Rishmawi owner of a shop in Beit Sahour, suffers from low sales since the boycott was established…Low prices and many special offers including an escape to a different climate from the usual. I spoke to one Palestinian at the Rami Levi supermarket and she explains her reasons for abandoning the Palestinian shops ‘Although it is far and needs more time; Children enjoy the trip and feel they got out of jail, and I can find the goods that I want with low prices, milk in Rami Levy is 9-shekels, while in Palestinian shops for 12 shekels, and this in itself is
big difference not to mention other goods and distinctive offers..."

Abeer Taweel went once to see what is this "Rami Levy" everyone is talking about to only find all her relatives and neighbors and acquaintances there purchasing all their needs for the whole week.

Muhammad Lutfi, a Boycott Israel campaign coordinator in Bethlehem also laments of the failure. He explained that the reason of the failure is that people need to have the will to fast from Israeli products.

So how did the Ministry of Economy handle the failure? An emergency meeting was conducted to adopt a policy to inspect all vehicles entering the Palestinian cities with checkpoints based on the borders of cities, such as the point located by the entrance of Beit Sahour and Ram.”
You heard it right, Palestinian checkpoints to prevent their own people to exercise the freedom to shop. One thing is certain, cursing Israel was not a great idea after all.

03 août 2010, 16:31
today the attempt to block ground zero mosque in NY fails.

Now and again, people feel free to pray whenever they want, wherever they want.

Paulin reacts: " to build a mosque at Ground Zero is a stab in the heart of the families of the innocent victims of those horrific attacks"

Meanwile, the NY mayor argues that the decision is just to break the unjustifiable link between religion and 9/11

who is right ?
04 août 2010, 07:04
Extraordinaire courage du Maire de New York, M. Bloomberg!


"Ne nous y trompons pas : ceux qui parlent de l'islamisation de la France sont guidés par la même obsession xénophobe que ceux qui dénonçaient la judaïsation de notre pays dans les années 1930. L'étranger, quel que soit son visage, reste responsable pour l'extrême droite des maux de notre -société." Richard Prasquier, Président du CRIF
06 août 2010, 23:52
construire une mosquee au ground zero est une provocation et le maire de new york si il laisse faire ce projet c est qu il a recu des menaces de mort. obama s il laisse commencer ce projet se fera assassiner avant la fin de son mandat.
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