Saturday 29 October 2011

'Turkey is Playing with Fire!'


"The emergence under Turkish protection of the Free Syrian Army raises again the question of whether the protesters against President Bashar al Assad should turn to violence. 
Turkey has welcomed Syrian refugees for months. There is certainly nothing wrong with that: it is in fact an obligation (non-refoulement) to do so if the Syrians have a well-founded fear of persecution, which under the circumstances is evident. Disappointed in Bashar’s refusal to listen to their advice or respond to pressure in favor of reform, the Turks have not however yet done much to block investment in Syria or otherwise signal their displeasure with more than words. Now, rather suddenly, a Foreign Ministry official appears with a Syrian colonel who announces to the world that the Free Syrian Army has already attacked Assad’s forces inside Syria and needs better weapons in order to continue the effort.
This looks to me like a puzzle with missing pieces. Have the Syrians been allowing Kurds to attack inside Turkey? I can’t find indication of that in the press, but it would not be surprising, and might well prompt a response in kind. Or are the Turks just using the means at their disposal? Will Syria also respond in kind, raiding Syrian refugee camps across the border inside Turkey? Or, if they haven’t already, allowing Kurds to attack Turkish forces?
Whatever is going on, it is dangerous. The protesters’ umbrella group, the Syrian National Council, has so far opted not to use violence. The emergence of a separate group prepared to do so from outside the country puts peaceful protesters at even greater risk than they have been so far, and hurts the prospects for maintaining their unity. 
The Americans have appeared to be urging the protesters to stick with nonviolence, knowing full well that third party armed intervention like that in Libya is not in the cards. The Turks are of course capable of their own initiatives, but I can’t help but wonder whether Washington has been in touch with Ankara about the Free Syrian Army. Did the Americans oppose letting it raid inside Syria from Turkey, or did they turn a blind eye? 
Whatever, as my kids say. None of this is good. Violence–however justified on moral grounds–is going to make it harder for the protesters to win over minorities in Syria and opens the real possibility of ethnic and sectarian warfare that will spill over Syria’s borders into Iraq, Iran, Turkey and Lebanon. That could become a truly serious mess that all concerned would regret. It is time to ask the Turks to keep the Free Syrian Army inside Turkey and to stop playing with fire. If they want to do something, some stiff restrictions on Turkish business with Syria would help."

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“If we lose Egypt, we effectively lose the Arab Spring.”


The euphoria over the end of the Gadhafi regime has been amplified by satisfaction at the outcome of the Tunisian elections. US officials now see more opportunity to press for reform in Syria and Yemen. However, as before, Egypt remains the focus of concern with analysts worried that vested anti-reform interests will set back democratic institution-building there. As one NSC official commented privately to us: “If we lose Egypt, we effectively lose the Arab Spring.” Of concurrent interest is Secretary of Defense Panetta’s continuing trip to Asia. There is little doubt that a “pivot” in US foreign policy is taking place in favor of the Pacific. Though long-anticipated by commentators on international relations, this shift is now becoming manifest.  
There are three drivers:  
1) the perception of a permanent rise of the Asian economies. In a comment on the Eurozone negotiations to end the crisis there, one Treasury official said to us: “You see, the Europeans have to beg the Chinese to solve their problems for them. That is where the money will be in the 21st century”.  
2) The rising sense of threat perception from Asia, particularly in the cyber arena. One top Pentagon leader told us: “we are militarily dependent on our network of satellite and underwater cables. They are at their most vulnerable in Asia.”  
3) The need to respond to diminishing defense appropriations by trimming strategic engagement outside Asia. Pentagon officials are quick to reassure concerned Europeans that the US is not turning its back on NATO.  
However, as the Libya operation demonstrated, the US will in the future not necessarily take a full leadership role if it deems that its strategic interests are not at stake. Similarly, the decision not to insist that Iraq permits continued US basing after the end of this year reflects a wish to avoid expensive over-commitment. For this reason, we expect that the timetable to withdraw from Afghanistan by 2014 will be adhered to, despite the recent upsurge in violence there. Finally, the top priority facing Washington policy makers over the coming weeks will be the budget. The Congressional ‘super committee’ is due to report by Thanksgiving, but signs are multiplying that it will be deadlocked. Another period of financial uncertainty may like ahead.
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Female suicide bomber strikes in vicinity of ruling AK Party in Turkey

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Remembering The 55th Anniversary Of The Israeli Massacre In Kafr Qasim – Oct 29, 1956

A Million Stories about the Zionist Rape of This World – in pictures

29.10.10 – 14:38 | PNN News Network (Updated 29.20.2011)
Ghassan Bannoura– PNN – On the evening of October 29, 1956 Israeli troops shot and killed 49 unarmed Palestinian civilians in the village of Kafr Qasem, 20 km east of Tel Aviv near the green line.
The Israeli Massacre In Kafr Qasim
Now the village has a population of 18,100 Palestinians, some of whom marched today alongside neighboring Arab villages to commemorate those killed 1956. People marched from the village center to the memorial site and placed candles for those killed; village leaders made speeches in commemmoration.
From 1949 till late 1966 the Israeli government decided to consider all its Palestinians citizens a “hostile population “. All major Arab population centers were governed by military administrations and divided into four districts.
Seven Arab villages, including Kafr Qasim, all along the green line, were considered as high infiltration threat. The villages were patrolled regularly by border police (Magav) under the command of Israeli army brigade commander Colonel Issachar Shadmi. Those villages, containing some 40, 000 villagers, were called the Central District.
October 29, 1956
On the day of the massacre, the Israeli army decided to place all seven villages along the green line under a curfew called the War Time Curfew, from 5 in the evening until 6 the following morning. Israeli soldiers were instructed to shoot and kill any villager violating the curfew.
Even though the border police troops were given the order by their commander at 3:30 in the afternoon, they only informed the mayor of Kafr Qasim about an hour later, leaving a window of 30 minutes for the 400 villagers working in the fields or outside the village to come back home.
According to Israeli investigation committee records, from 5:00 pm until 6:30 on October 29, 1956, border police shot and killed 49 villagers from Kafr Qasim as they tried to return home. Among those killed were 23 children and one pregnant woman.
The killed and injured were left unattended through the night. After the curfew ended, villagers took the injured to hospitals and laid the dead to rest in a mass grave.
In his testimony during the investigation, the survivor Jamal Farij said that soldiers shot villagers without any warning. He was driving back to his village along with 28 passengers in a truck.
‘We talked to them. We asked if they wanted our identity cards. They didn’t. Suddenly one of them said, ‘Cut them down’ – and they opened fire on us like a flood.’
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Kafr Qasim Massacre Memorial
Eight Israeli soldiers were charged by the Israeli court and found guilty of murder. The two commanding officers of the unit, Malinki and Dahan, received 17 and 15 years’ imprisonment, respectively. These sentences were later reduced.
Colonel Issachar Shadmi was tried and found guilty only of extending the curfew without authority. He was released after paying a fine of one Israeli cent. On November 1959, after two years, all eight convicted soldiers were released on orders by the Israel Committee for the Release of Prisoners .
Malinki retained his military post and got a promotion to be in charge of security for a top secret Israeli Nuclear Research Center located in the Negev. Dahan was appointed as the head of the “Arab Affairs” department by the city of Ramla, another Palestinian village Israel taken over during 1948.
During Israel’s creation in 1948, and years later, Israeli soldiers shot and killed hundreds of Palestinian civilians. No legal action has been taken against any Israeli leader, commander, or soldier involved in what would later become known as the Palestinian Nakba.

PNN – Palestine News Network – Remembering The 54th Anniversary Of The Israeli Massacre In Kafr Qasim.

Essential Read: The Promised Land ~ by Jad KhairAllah

How many more dead corpses of Palestinians does the international community need to see in order to act? How many more cruelties and violations of Human Rights, Regulations and International Law will be needed to intervene so this ongoing warcrime is being stopped once and for all.
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Gilad Atzmon: The Greatest Threat To World Peace

Saturday, October 29, 2011 at 10:00AM AuthorGilad Atzmon

According to Ynet Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and Defense Minister Ehud Barak are extremely concerned by the “Iranian threat”. Yedioth Ahronoth, the Israeli leading paper, reported this week that Netanyahu and Barak are pushing for action against Iran.
According to Israeli leading columnist Nahum Barnea the heads of the armed forces –and Mossad are opposed to taking action against Iran at this time.

Former Mossad Chief Meir Dagan had previously stated that an aerial attack on Iran was “a foolish idea” and warned against the disastrous consequences that would follow such action – an all out regional war. As it seems Dagan lost his job for expressing his views on the matter.

It looks as if Israel are preparing the ground for an attack on Iran that would probably escalate into a vile world conflict. Israeli leadership seems to fail to grasp the meaning of it all. This leadership has managed to buy itself the reputation of being impervious to the notion of culpability and responsibility. It basically fails to understand the consequences of it is actions.

But far more devastating is the idea that Jewish Lobbies around the world are also far from being responsible to their actions. Liam Fox who resigned last week from being the British Defence Secretary, was heavily supported by the Jewish Lobby. He was also an enthusiastic advocate of an attack on Iran. Whether Fox was a ‘Mossad agent’, a ‘Jewish lobby’s puppet’ or even just a ‘useful idiot’ is yet to be decided. However, he was clearly serving Israeli interests in our midst.
But he wasn’t alone, at the moment 80% of our leading party are Conservative Friends of Israel.
Isn’t the time ripe to drift as far as possible from Jerusalem and its stooges?

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Thanks Hamas: Saudi Auctions for other Shalits

After Kiryat Arba councilman calls for killing liberated prisoner, and in responce to fierce attacks by terrorist Jewish groups after Sheikh Qarni announced his  $100, 000 reward for the capture of one Israeli soldier, Saudi prince: 900 thousands dollars for capturing one Israeli soldier

[ 29/10/2011 - 09:38 AM ]
RIYADH, (PIC)-- Saudi prince Khaled Al-Saud declared a financial reward of $900,000 for anyone capturing one Israeli soldier in order to swap him with Palestinian prisoners.
The prince told Daleel satellite channel over the phone that his reward was a response to Israeli death threats received by Saudi preacher Awad Al-Qarni who previously announced a $100, 000 reward for the capture of one Israeli soldier.
"Qarni offered 100 thousands dollars for anyone who can capture a soldier and they responded by earmarking one million bounty on his head, but I say to Qarni I am with you and I will pay 900 thousands dollars so that the total can be one million dollars for the capture of one Israeli soldier in order to have Palestinian prisoners freed," the prince stated to the channel.
Prince Khaled is the third son of prince Talal bin-Abdul Aziz Al-Saud and the brother of prince Al-Waleed bin-Talal.
Sheikh Qarni has been exposed lately to fierce attacks by terrorist Jewish groups after he announced his financial reward for the capture of one Israeli soldier, which he only did in response to an advert by extremist Jewish settlers which offers 100 thousand dollars for the murder of two freed Palestinian captives.

Meanwhile, Facebook social network blocked Sheikh Qarni's page for several hours and sent him a message telling him that his reward announcement was deleted at the pretext it posed a threat to the lives of others, though Facebook administers did not do the same thing with the Jewish group that published its intention to kill the Saudi Sheikh.

Hamas slams US congress moves to add freed detainees to terrorism list
Meanwhile, Abbas Pleas The Release Of 550 Detainees 

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Hamas Leader Says Unity Abbas’ Only Option

Deputy parliament speaker Ahmad Bahar on Friday said implementing national unity was the only option left for President and Fatah leader Mahmoud Abbas, according to Ma’an news agency.

After two decades of failed negotiations with Israel, Abbas has exhausted all other avenues, the Hamas leader said in a statement.

Bahar said reconciliation with Hamas would correct the historic mistakes of the Fatah-led Palestinian Authority, which he said included the Oslo Accords and the government's reliance on US aid.

Abbas' frequent references to the urgent need for national unity are positive, Bahar said, but words must be converted into action.
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14 NATO Occupation Soldiers Killed in Taliban Afghan Attack

Local Editor
Official: 13 American troops killed in Kabul attack
A Taliban car bomber exploded his car in a US-run NATO convoy, killing at least 14 people including foreign occupation forces.
At least ten foreign forces, three civilians and a policeman were among the casualties.

The attacker detonated his Toyota Sedan car at 11:20 am (0650 GMT) in the southwest of the city, and the area was now blocked by Afghan and international forces, said police spokesman Hashmat Stanikzai.

"The attack targeted an American NATO bus," said a Western military official on condition of anonymity. "There are 10 or 11 people, mostly Americans," he said, giving the death toll.

Spokesman for the interior ministry Siddiq Siddiqui said that three civilians and a policeman had also been killed but he had no information on foreign forces.

Afghanistan's security force and rescue personnel with NATO troops secure the site after a suicide attack near the Darul Aman palace (back) in Kabul on October 29, 2011. At least 14 people, including foreign forces, were killed when a Taliban car bomber struck a US-run NATO convoy travelling through the Afghan capital Kabul. "It was a huge explosion, I saw at least ten bodies of foreign forces taken out of their capsized bus and evacuated by two helicopters," one witness told AFP news agency at the scene.

A spokesman for NATO's International Security Assistance Force (ISAF) said the force could not give further details until further information had been gathered.

For its part, the Taliban claimed responsibility for the attack.
"A suicide car bomb attack was carried out on a bus of foreign forces in the Dar-ul-Aman area of Kabul," said Taliban spokesman Zabiullah Mujahid in a text message sent to AFP.
Source: AFP

Afghan Man in Army Uniform Kills 2 Foreign Occupation Troops
Local Editor
Two foreign troops were killed when a man dressed in Afghan army uniform shot them dead in southern Afghanistan.

"Two International Security Assistance Force service members were killed today in southern Afghanistan when an individual wearing an Afghan National Army uniform apparently turned his weapon on Afghan and coalition forces," the alliance force said in a statement.

It said the shooter was also killed in the incident but gave no further details.

The announcement came as a suicide car bomber in the capital Kabul struck a US-run NATO bus.

Gaddafi loyalist injured in custody of revolutionaries

By and , Published: October 28

TRIPOLI, Libya — Col. Moammar Gaddafi’s former intelligence chief was seriously injured while in the custody of Libyan revolutionaries, officials said Thursday, the latest in a string of murky incidents that have raised questions about retaliatory attacks against members of the old regime.

The cause of the injuries suffered by Abuzed Omar Dorda this week is disputed. One of his relatives said he was thrown from a second-story window by his jailers. Libyan militiamen gave conflicting accounts Thursday, blaming his fall on a suicide attempt or an effort to escape.

The incident underlined the haphazard nature of justice in post-revolutionary Libya, where about 7,000 prisoners of war are being held in makeshift detention centers. Dorda was being interrogated in the offices of a pasta factory controlled by a revolutionary brigade when he toppled about 30 feet from the window, the militiamen said. The elderly man fractured his hip, said doctors who treated him.

The incident occurred on Tuesday, five days after Gaddafi and his son Motassim died while in the custody of revolutionaries after being captured wounded. Under intense international pressure, the interim government has announced it will investigate the former leader’s death.

Libya continued to be transfixed by the fate of the hated Gaddafi family, with another of the late dictator’s sons, former top official Saif al-Islam, still on the run. Reuters reported Thursday that he had slipped over the border into Niger. Asked whether the interim government had confirmed that report, spokesman Jalal al-Gallal said, “Absolutely not.”

The U.N. Security Council adopted a resolution Thursday declaring an end to the no-fly zone it had established to protect the Libyan population as rebels struggled for eight months to vanquish Gaddafi and his supporters. But, reflecting mounting worry about post-revolutionary abuses, the resolution also urged Libya’s new government “to take all steps necessary to prevent reprisals, wrongful imprisonment and extrajudicial executions.”

Dorda had long been a high-ranking official, serving as Libya’s U.N. ambassador and director of external security.

Adel Khalifa Dorda, his son-in-law, appealed to U.N. Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon and the Security Council president to intercede with Libyan authorities to protect the former official. “Mr. Dorda survived a murder attempt . . . at the hands of his guards,” the younger Dorda wrote.

Ian Martin, the United Nations’ special representative for Libya, has instructed his staff to look into the claim.

The elder Dorda was taken to Mitiga military hospital in Tripoli, doctors said. Sadiq Turki, the militiaman in charge of the hospital, declined to allow a reporter to see him on Thursday, saying: “This is confidential.”

Doctors who treated Dorda said he had a fractured left hip and internal bleeding around the injury, and was being kept in the intensive-care unit. “His general condition is stable,” said Faraj al-Farjani, a surgeon.

Revolutionaries based at the Al-Jawda Macaroni Factory on the outskirts of Tripoli, where Dorda was injured, gave varying accounts of how he had plunged to the concrete pavement.

One, Marwan Ardawi, said that Dorda had been moved continually from house to house because of his importance. He was taken to the factory in the suburb of Ein Zara on Tuesday, and plummeted from the window at 5 p.m. during a break in his interrogation, Ardawi said.

“We heard him screaming. He fell from the second floor,” he said. Ardawi said Dorda apparently was trying to escape.

The factory is guarded by armed revolutionaries and surrounded by a concrete wall about 10 feet high topped with barbed wire, so it isn’t clear how Dorda might have fled even if he had survived the 30-foot jump unscathed. The revolutionaries, who are from the al-Rahebat brigade in the western mountains of Libya but have set up camp in Tripoli, showed a reporter the window but not the room where Dorda had been held.

Another revolutionary, who identified himself only as Saeed, told a reporter: “He tried to suicide.”
Turki, the hospital director, expressed contempt for Dorda. “He’s the one who gave orders to kill and rape in Tripoli,” he said. Adel Dorda insisted that his father-in-law had never committed atrocities.

Lynch reported from New York.

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Abbas says to discuss PA fate with Hamas, Fatah official: There is no plan to dismantle the Palestinian Authority

Abbas says to discuss PA fate with Hamas

Reuters 27 Oct -- RAMALLAH, West Bank (Reuters) - President Mahmoud Abbas plans to discuss the fate of the Palestinian Authority with his rivals Hamas next month, raising questions over its future with the peace process at a dead end.....

The Authority is not an authority. People and Palestinian institutions are asking me about the benefits of the continuation of the Authority," Abbas said in comments to his Fatah party published by WAFA news agency on Thursday.,,,,

Fatah official: There is no plan to dismantle the Palestinian Authority

Haaretz/Reuters 28 Oct -- Mahmoud al-Aloul clarifies that Palestinian officials simply regrouping and working to restore the PA to its former stature; denies reports of contingency plan to dissolve PA
within a couple months.....

Abbas: Arab world was wrong to reject 1947 Partition Plan
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The murder brigades of Misrata

Gadhafi's demise was just a part of a vast revenge killing spree

Misrata steadfastness
Libyan rebels secure prisoners in the back of a pick-up truck.
The graffiti on the truck, in Arabic, reads, "Misrata steadfastness." (Credit: AP)
MISRATA, Libya — If anyone is surprised by the apparent killing of Moammar Gadhafi while in the custody of militia members from the town of Misrata, they shouldn’t be.

More than 100 militia brigades from Misrata have been operating outside of any official military and civilian command since Tripoli fell in August. Members of these militias have engaged in torture, pursued suspected enemies far and wide, detained them and shot them in detention, Human Rights Watch has found. Members of these brigades have stated that the entire displaced population of one town, Tawergha, which they believe largely supported Gadhafi avidly, cannot return home.

As the war in Libya comes to an end, the pressing need for accountability and reconciliation is clear. The actions of the Misrata brigades are a gauge of how difficult that will be, and Misrata is not alone in its call for vengeance. In the far west, anti-Gadhafi militias from the Nafusa Mountains have looted and burned homes and schools of tribes that supported the deposed dictator. Anti-Gadhafi militias from Zuwara have looted property as they demanded compensation for damage they suffered during the war.

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Abbas Plea The Release Of 550 Detainees - Occupation renews Saadat's isolation for another year

P.A. Demands The Release Of 550 Detainees

author Wednesday October 26, 2011 05:57author by Saed Bannoura - IMEMC & Agencies
Israeli daily, Haaretz, reported that, according to senior Palestinian officials, the Palestinian Authority (P.A.) in the West Bank will be asking the Quartet Committee to pressure Israel into releasing 550 detainees, to fulfill vows made by former Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Olmert to President Mahmoud Abbas.

Last week, President Mahmoud Abbas told the Times weekly that, in 2008, Olmert vowed that, after Gilad Shalit is released from captivity, Israel will release an additional 550 detainees not included in the deal as an act of good will to ensure the resumption of peace talks. The Arabs48 news website reported that Olmert confirmed the report.

Quartet Committee envoys are scheduled to separately meet Wednesday with Israeli and Palestinian officials.

According to Haaretz, both Israel and the P.A. accepted last month an initiative presented by the Quartet that includes setting a time-frame for direct Palestinian-Israeli talks that would arrive at a final solution by the end of 2012.

Chief Palestinian Negotiator, Dr. Saeb Erekat, told Haaretz on Monday that, during the Abbas-Olmert meeting that took place in September 2008 in Jerusalem, Olmert vowed to release Palestinian detainees after a swap-deal is reached with Hamas, and after Shalit safely returns home.

Erekat added that neither the number of detainees to be released, nor the criteria for their release, were determined. However, Olmert agreed that the number of detainees Israel will be releasing will be similar to the number of detainees reached by a swap-deal with Hamas. Further, the conditions and criteria for their release might be similar to the conditions of the swap-deal, and possibly better.

The Palestinian official added that the release of detainees, which is similar to the demand that Israel must halt its settlements activities, are not preconditions, but are about demands for Israel to fulfill its commitments.

Haaretz also quoted Israeli officials stating that Olmert vowed to release 550 detainees to boost Abbas' position among the Palestinians due to a rising support for the rival Hamas movement.

The P.A. is focusing on 170 detainees who have been imprisoned by Israel prior to the Oslo peace deal with Israel, signed in 1993. It also wants to secure the release of Fatah strongman, Marwan Barghouthi, and PFLP Secretary-general Ahmad Saadat.

The prisoner-swap deal, mediated by Egypt between Israel and Hamas, includes the release of 180 detainees held by Israel prior to the signing of the Oslo peace agreement.

Haaretz reported that the P.A. repeatedly asked Israel to release those detainees. Despite continued rejection, Israel eventually surrendered to the demands of Hamas in order to secure the release of Gilad Shalit.

Occupation renews Saadat's isolation for another year

[ 28/10/2011 - 07:17 PM ]

RAMALLAH, (PIC)-- Dameer Institute for welfare of captives said that the Zionist central court in Beersheba decided to extend the isolation of the PFLP Secretary General, MP Ahmad Saadat, based on secret evidence supplied by the Shabak.

The organisation said. in a statement on Thursday that the so called secret evidence which was submitted to the court was actually issued last August, which means the decision to renew the isolation of Saadat was taken even before he went through the hunger strike.

By this decision, the Zionist court has annulled a promise made by the occupation prison administration to the hunger strikers after 22 days of hunger strike to end isolation, which means that the captives were deceived by the prison administration just to end their protest.

The organisation also pointed out that the court decision means that Saadat will be completely isolated from the outside world which endangers his deteriorating health and threatens his life. Dameer called for an end to the isolation policy in occupation jails.

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Gordon Duff Calling for unity??? What Time is It?

Warning: What Time is It?

"A statement of fact, reasonable and sensible, today would be worse than any of the phony “Al Qaeda” videos foisted on the public by the neocon/bankster conspiracy. What is that fact? Using force, police, military or otherwise against the citizens of America, Israel, Libya, Iraq, Egypt, Pakistan, Afghanistan, Italy, France…." Thus stated Gordon Duff. "Citizens" of Israel he said, not the settlers occupying Palestine.

The Tunisians ,
Egyptians and Bahrainees were not armed !!
But the Libyans are armed !!! + the Syrians are armed !!
the Yemenis are not armed
although each carries a big dagger
but for the decoration .

One repeated phenomena, is that
regimes who were Israel-friendly
get non- armed-insurgencies


get armed-insurgencies ??
French Philosopher Bernard HenrI Levy poses with pro National Transitional Council (NTC) combattants at the Tripoli Medical center on September 15, 2011 in Tripoli.
Heroism and character in action

"That time is over." Gordon added "We are not going away quietly, no longer buying the lies, no longer divided by “left” and “right.” We are taking our lives back, not just in America or Israel or across the Arab world but Europe as well."

"For those who are a bit slow, the “right’s” attempt to save their “monkeyboy,” Gaddafi failed."

I understand one thing the United States of Israel stands behind killing millions of citizens all around the world, including those killed by Gordon's "Real Libyans". Gordon - being a bit fast- is asking me to take my life back and forget my right of return and work hand in hand with my occupier. No Mr, Fa*t, get it or get help, the way for you freedom, stopping The coming American Nakba,  is full liberation of Palestime from the River to the Sea

Being one of those "who are a bit slow" unlike Gordon who don't "want to see Gaddafi arrested, killed or tried", but instead of saying I wanted him to die Gordon said "He had to die, just like Saddam and bin Laden." by those who Gordon knows "of heroism and character, hated him."

Heroism and character
"Real" libyans and "real" Veterans in action

In case you missed it: "WERE “MICRO-NUKES” IN ISRAELI AID PACKAGE TO GADDAFI?" asked Gordon

Libya "was a closed society for 42 years, much like North Korea" Gordon Claimed, which is not true, unless Gordon about Sanction's period. "Anyone talking about pre-war Libya is simply making it up. Nobody is talking about the new government. But why are they talking about Libya at all?" he added. He only knows about the crimes commited in that 42 years "closed" society. Kaddafi had "ordered the imprisonment and killing of tens of thousands of innocent people", yet, except him "Anyone talking about pre-war Libya is simply making it up.
A real libyan in action
The King heard it from the real Libyan, not from "Queen Cynthia da Loon, nor from Lizzie Phelan who reported what she ws told by Gaddafi Regime. So take it from horse's mouth, though he is sitting somwhere, on his labtop, he has contacts with freedom fighters such as Qaddafi´s own ex-ministers (Mahmud Jibril, Mustafa Abdel Jalil and slain Abdul Fatah Younis) who out of sudden became the "champions-of-de mocracy"
On the otherside, Frank Lamb, who was in Libya for months and returned with a snipper's bullet in the leg heard it from Ahmad, Amal, Hind, Suha, Mohammad and Rana, are not real Libyans, even though they told their story after Libya is " liberated "

Public spectacle: Young children queue to see the body displayed in a meat locker in Misrata
Gordon's Real Libyan is hardly “surprising that most Libyans
are simply glad he is dead and do not care how he died.”
Look at tthe overwhelming majority of Libyans waiting to see his body
As far as I am concerned Gaddafi being aressted I wanted him be tried for the so-called "imprisonment and killing of tens of thousands of innocent people", may be the trial would reveal to this American who didn’t "live under his rule for 42 years." who killed tortured and arreseted tens of thousands after Gordon's call to "Attack Libya NOW"

Like Raja, I don't know how many victims died during the 42 years of Qaddafi´s rule ???
But, some two years ago, I heard from one of the Nato rebbels ( Jamaa Islamiya Fighters), holding a swiss passport, that Khadafi killed some 1200 prisoners at Abu Salim jail.

Please , think twice and compare
That is me,Raja Chemayel
One NTC-member,
dealing with his suspects !!

It is said that about 30.000 Libyans died since the beginning of the uprising.
Depending on who you ask, this figure varies between 25 and 33 thousands.

Bearing in mind that this "uprising" took 8 months up to now ,
I would like to ask you to compare :
how many victims died during the 42 years of Qaddafi´s rule ???

I honestly do not know !!
and may I add that any victim is a victim .

Please ask around you, or investigate :
How many died because of Qaddafi ??
and or ,
how many died by Qaddafi´s regime ???????

I know that even the Lokerbie-victims were not Qaddafi´s work
.............................................................and the CIA knows that !!!

One thing I can say, with certainty :

NATO and the NTC have killed ,so far, directly and or indirectly,
more than Qaddafi in all those 40 years !!

I rest my case ,
and ask you to think twice...... and compare.

Raja Chemayel

Clinton came, she saw and Gaddafi died, "whether the person who killed him knew it or not, because he knew too much." Saddam was hanged because he knew too much. Bin Ladin was assassinated for the same reason, and thrown with his secrets in sea.

Gordon's "Libyan Heros" decided that Kaddafi is not a Muslim, and burried him and his secrets in the Desert .

I am not Libyan, but an Uprooted Palestinian, who lived and worked about five years under Kaddafi's rule, in early seventies, before the "Green Revolution". During thos five years Libya was the second country, after Syria in the world where a Palestinian may enter and work without a Visa, During those five years Libya was a  constuction site.

"It is not for me, who never lived under Gaddafi, to tell others how to react." Thus claimed Gordon, but it is for him as "American who owns the world" to Call "America to attack Kaddafi Now" and it is for him speak on behalf of the people of Libya who "want their $70 billion back that Saif is holding in his personal checking account. Perhaps he needs it to pay for his lawyers?"

Poor Gordon, unfortunately is not a Lawyer like Frank Lamb  


"This is just one of the Gaddafi accounts that total over $1 trillion that were stolen from the Libyan people." Gordon claimed "Gaddafi and his Israeli/neocon buddies spread around a lot of cash. Some who got paid off moved on quietly when it was time, others are making total asses of themselves." So, Who would not like to replace him ?? " asked Raja one month ago.

Gordon "wanted Gaddafi alive to hear him tell us how much he paid Bush and Berlusconi and Sarkozy and Blair and so many others." I wanted the same and would add the trillions Kaddafi paid to wash his hands from the fake crimes, he never commited. 

Like Saddam Gaddafi is dead but like in Iraq, the resistance will not die, "The real plan is to get the Army back from Iraq and put it on American streets." thus claimed Gordon,

I am not sure, but would say the Zionist plan is to move the Army from Iraq to another IRAQ. As far as I can see now, I reppeat what I said while Gordon was calling Amecica to attack Libya, Libya is the next Iraq.

He had to die, but Why??

Exclusive: Gordaffi at Gaddafi’s Capture and the "next mission"
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Will NATO attack Syria?

After succeeding bring a favorable regime change in Tripoli, the Ziocon warmongers are pushing ZOG in Washington to play a similar deceptive ‘humanitarian’ NATO bombing of Syrian cities. However, the NATO generals are not sure of a success in Syria as it’s not as defenseless as was Libya.

Hizbullah leader Sheikh Hassan Nasrallah said a few days ago that what is holding NATO back is the safety of the Zionist entity.

Unlike Libya – Bashar al-Assad regime has two non-government armed allies; Hamas in Gaza and Hizbullah in Lebanon. Though, Hamas has only resistance capability – Hizbullah has already proven both resistance and attacking military capabilities in 2000 and 2006. Hizbullah reportedly have long-range Iranian missile which can reach anywhere inside Israel.
Bashar al-Assad had told Turkish Foreign Minister Ahmet Davutoglo early this month that if NATO attacked Syria, he will deploy missile batteries along the Golan Heights which will hit military targets inside Israel. He also mentioned that he might ask both Hamas and Hizbullah to start a proxy war against Israel. Though not reported but Syria could decide to hit some of 24 NATO military bases in Turkey.

NATO, demoralized in Afghanistan has gained some military muscles by removing Qaddafi from power in Libya. NATO carried over 26,000air sorties in Libya while using militant insurgency on ground. However, Syria is a different story. While in case of Libya, all five veto-powers were united – Russia and China are not in favor of military action against Syria. The Arab League which blessed the removal of Qaddafi by force – is reluctant to play the same dirty game against a fellow Arab country due to its strategic location and its on-going conflict with the Zionist entity.

Syria is not a major oil exporter as Libya, therefore, UNSC sanctions will have insignificant effect on Syrian economy. In other words – the western vulture alliance will rather prefer to bask in NATO’s victory in Libya than venture into another Afghan-style military humiliation in Syria.

 New York Times: Turkey hosts armed opposition group members, allows them to launch attacks against Syria, provides shelter to group's commander
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FINALLY !! The TRUTH Comes Out !

From the horse's mouth, the TRUTH comes out;

The reality and the root-cause of "Jewish-Israeli" racism is exposed, by no other the Gideon Levy,

But please do NOT believe it, because of the high risk of being labelled as, "racist" and "anti-Semite"

I wonder, since Gideon Levy's article is exposing much of what I have been writing about, will he be added to the list of "racists" and "anti-Semites" by the Jewish anti-Zionist "supporters"?

Jewish people are just that, people, and far from chosen

The idea that we are members of the chosen people is deeply ingrained, not only in the Jewish tradition, but also among modern and ostensibly secular Israelis.

By Gideon Levy

On Saturday, the prayer was once again read in the synagogues. "You have chosen us from among all the nations" was once again heard all over the land. The idea that we are a special nation was once again specifically expressed, as is often the case in prayers and in the Torah, and not only on Yom Kippur.

But the idea that we are members of the chosen people is planted far deeper, and not only in Jewish tradition and among those who observe it - modern and ostensibly secular Israel believes in it with all its heart. There are not many other ancient Jewish ideas as deeply implanted in the contemporary Israeli experience as the idea that the "Jewish people," however it is interpreted, is better than any other nation. If you scratch beneath the skin of almost any Israeli, you'll discover that he really is convinced of that: We're the best; the "Jewish genius" is the most successful; the Israel Defense Forces is the most moral. Nobody will tell them different, we're simply the best in the world.

This is not only unnecessary and groundless arrogance, it's also an extremely dangerous idea that enables Israel to behave as it does, with blatant disregard of the world's feelings. Nor does it lack benighted ultra-nationalist and racist foundations. It's good and well that a nation considers itself successful. The Jewish people have many reasons for that, of course, and many accomplishments of which to boast, as does the State of Israel, which is a kind of wonder, almost a miracle. But among all these, prominent in its absence is an equally important national trait: modesty. It is hard to accuse the Israelis of having it.

At the basis of Israeli arrogance lies the idea that this really is a special nation with special traits that are shared by no other nation. You can see that among Israeli travelers abroad; you can hear it from anyone who comes into contact with foreigners; you can sense it in the deeper currents of Israeli policy. The Americans are "foolish," the Indians are "primitive," the Germans are "square," the Chinese are "strange," the Scandinavians are "naive," the Italians are "clowns" and the Arabs are ... Arabs.

Only we know what's good for us, and not only for us but for the entire world. There is nothing like Israeli ingenuity, there is nothing similar to Jewish intelligence, the Jewish brain invents new ideas for us like no other brain, because we're the best, bro.

There are many opportunities to see this idea in action. The latest example not only erupted from the synagogues on Yom Kippur, but was observed on the eve of the holiday, when we heard the very happy news that another Israeli scientist had won the Nobel Prize. And it really was heartwarming: Prof. Dan Shechtman certainly deserves the prize, but Israel does not deserve the sentimental national celebration that immediately erupted. In a society where blunders and failures are always the responsibility of the individual, achievements are nationalized and belong to us, all of us.
We were all together on April 8, 1982, in Shechtman's laboratory in Maryland when he first observed his quasicrystal; we're all with him now, on the way to Stockholm.
The achievement of the individual immediately becomes a communal achievement, the communal achievement immediately becomes more irrefutable proof of Israel's superiority. "The crystal is ours;" "The secret of our existence;" "National pride;" and the "Israeli brain" screamed the headlines in a tasteless and unfounded display at the news of the individual prize.

In order to confirm the baseless notion that we are all partners to Shechtman's impressive achievement, they immediately come with the calculations: how many Nobel Prizes "we" have won, and where that places us relative to the size of the population. The list of Jewish Nobel laureates throughout the generations is immediately put on display, as though saying that they won because they were Jewish. Every prize that is added to the collection immediately reinforces the idea that it's a matter of clear genetic superiority. That is the other side of racism - on the one hand, trampling the other; on the other, we praise and exalt the "chosen people" above everyone else. Two sides of the same coin: unconscionable racism.

We should, of course, continue to read the prayer "You have chosen us." It is part of the Jewish heritage. But Israel should long since have freed itself from its contemporary and practical meaning. No, we are not a special nation - we haven't been for a long time. Nor are we chosen, certainly not above other nations. Therefore, the day after this Yom Kippur, with another Nobel Prize for an Israeli, let's try to be at least a nation like all other nations.

Another striking confession comes from no other than the former Director of National Affairs for the American Jewish Committee, one of the largest and most powerful Jewish organization in America Stephen Steinlight

"I'll confess it, at least: like thousands of other typical Jewish kids of my generation, I was reared as a Jewish nationalist, even a quasi-separatist. Every summer for two months for 10 formative years during my childhood and adolescence I attended Jewish summer camp. There, each morning, I saluted a foreign flag, dressed in a uniform reflecting its colors, sang a foreign national anthem, learned a foreign language, learned foreign folk songs and dances, and was taught that Israel was the true homeland. Emigration to Israel was considered the highest virtue, and, like many other Jewish teens of my generation, I spent two summers working in Israel on a collective farm while I contemplated that possibility. More tacitly and subconsciously, I was taught the superiority of my people to the gentiles who had oppressed us. We were taught to view non-Jews as untrustworthy outsiders, people from whom sudden gusts of hatred might be anticipated, people less sensitive, intelligent, and moral than ourselves. We were also taught that the lesson of our dark history is that we could rely on no one."