Thursday, May 10, 2007
There is a great article on Ahmadinejad an NK at this link-
Its a big article so here is a preview -just go on the site for the rest the link to the article is above
Iran’s President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad not only wants to wipe the state of Israel off the world map but also sincerely believes that it can be done. And the first stage in his long term strategy is the project of creating doubt about the single most human tragedy that the world had to endure – the Holocaust.
In December, 2005 speaking in Mecca, Saudi Arabia, he said "Some European countries insist on saying that Hitler killed millions of innocent Jews in furnaces and they insist on it to the extent that if anyone proves something contrary to that they condemn that person and throw them in jail." Then on December 14, 2005, Ahmadinejad stirred up international controversy with a speech calling the Holocaust a "myth." Ahmadinejad said the myth has been created by Europeans to create a Jewish state in the heart of the Islamic world. "Today, they have created a myth in the name of Holocaust and consider it to be above God, religion and the prophets," Ahmadinejad said in a speech in the southeastern Iranian city of Zahedan.
In December, 2005, he tried to deny that the Holocaust occurred. "Some European countries insist on saying that Hitler killed millions of innocent Jews in furnaces. . . Although we don't accept this claim, if we suppose it is true. . . .The Europeans," said Mr. Ahmadinejad, "should give some of their provinces in Europe to the Zionists and the Zionists can establish their state in Europe."
s the support of the US and European rabbis from the ultra-Orthodox group Neturei Karta that is so vital, politically and strategically, for Iran’s fascist president. This Jewish fringe group doesn’t deny the Holocaust but claims that the event has been misused by the Zionists to justify the Jewish state. Recent incidents and events staged by the Islamists have underlined the vitality of such Jewish and Christian groups for their cause. Anti-American, anti-Semitic and Islamo-fascists have been using the presence of these non-Muslims in their camps to convince the world that the creation of the Jewish state is unjust. There is no doubt that these misguided Jews and Christians have rendered an invaluable service to the cause of Islamic fascism.
Ahmadinejad’s campaign to deny the genocide is a very deliberate and cleverly plotted war plan to destroy the Jewish state so that the ground can be prepared for the second Holocaust to achieve Adolf Hitler’s final solution of the Jewish question. And the tragedy is that the rising anti-Semitism is helping the Persian Fuhrer. Just like Adolf Eichmann who coined the term, Ahamdinejad also believes that the Jewish population itself poses a “question” and a "problem".
If Ahamdinejad is not stopped right away, the Tehran conference will go a long way in preparing the grounds to stage the second Holocaust. The Wannsee Conference in January 20, 1942, convened by Reinhard Heydrich, accomplished a similar goal by bringing together the leaders of German organizations. The cooperation of these organizations was necessary to carry out the Nazi plan for the extermination of the entire Jewish population of Europe by convincing the German leadership that the “Final Solution of the Jewish Question” was a strategic imperative of the Third Reich.
“Mass killings of over one million Jews occurred before the plans of the Final Solution were fully implemented in 1942, but it was only with the decision to eradicate the entire Jewish population that the extermination camps or "Death camps" were built and industrialized mass slaughter of Jews began in earnest. This decision to systematically kill the Jews of Europe was made by the time of, or at the Wannsee conference. . . . During the conference there was a discussion held by a group of Nazi officials to decide on the "Final Solution of the Jewish Question". The records and minutes of this meeting were found intact by the Allies at the end of the war and served as valuable evidence during the Nuremberg Trials. By spring of 1942, Operation Reinhard began the systematic extermination of the Jews, although hundreds of thousands had already been killed by death squads and in mass pogroms.”
In conclusion, I will only say that Ahamdinejad has to be stopped if we want to prevent a second Holocaust from becoming a reality. Because this time the Holocaust will not be just for the Jews; it will send all of the infidels to the gas chambers.
This is not all make shure to read the rest and look who wrote this article the link to the site is above
Tuesday, May 8, 2007
Monday, May 7, 2007
Mayor Bloomberg joined his Jerusalem counterpart, Uri Lupolianski, to lead thousands of marchers along Fifth Avenue yesterday at the annual Salute to Israel parade.
The mayor ignored 100 or so demonstrators who brandished placards protesting what they said is Jewish occupation of Palestinian lands.
Joining the protesters was Yisroel Dovid Weiss, the controversial Rockland County rabbi who recently attended a conference of Holocaust deniers in Iran.
“It’s godless, the concept of Zionism,” said Weiss.
Pro-Israeli demonstrators who weren’t marching hurled insults at Weiss. Yuram Navi said, “Hasidics are here with the Palestinians. They all have an interest to destroy Israel. All of the terrorists are unite
Wednesday, May 2, 2007
The anti-Semitic regime of Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad welcomed a fringe group of ultra-orthodox Jews, Neturei Karta, to its Holocaust denial conference in Teheran last December.
Now it is cozying up to their left-wing secular counterparts. A small band of highly vociferous Jewish leftist extremists, who have been gaggling in excitement at the increasing demonization of Israel in Britain and beyond, have come to the notice of the Tehran regime.
The Iranian state news agency reports that: "British Jews welcome journalists joining Israeli boycott". (For background to this story, see "UK journalists boycott Israel: will they now ban their PCs and cells?")
The Teheran regime is referring to a letter published in the British newspaper, The Guardian, by a group calling themselves "JBIG" (Jews for Boycotting Israeli Goods). All the signatories -- Deborah Fink, Naomi Wimborne-Idrissi, Mike Cushman, Sylvia Finzi, Tony Greenstein, Ruth Tenne, Deborah Maccoby, Prof Moshe Machover, Mike Marqusee -- are already well-known for their incessant campaigns against Israel and its supporters.
Deborah Fink has described Israel as a "satanic state."
"The same official Iranian state news agency uncritically publishes the words of wisdom of its beloved President on the subject of the Holocaust," points out David Zarnett, of a moderate left-wing British Jewish group called "Engage" who are campaigning against the extremist anti-Zionism of the British left.
Meanwhile, in another corner of Jerusalem live another group of people – the Neturei Karta.
In Yoel, Israel and the Pashkavils, an Israeli documentary directed by Lina Chaplin, we get a rare glimpse into this community of haredim who are opposed to the State of Israel because it is a secular state.
Opposed to modern forms of technology, the Neturei Karta disseminate their news and opinions through pashkavils (posters) that they paste on the walls of their community.
But, like in all societies, viewpoints differ, and this documentary focuses on the battle of words between Israel, an extremist who carries no ID card, and Yoel, a savvy, humorous businessmen who is a bit more moderate.
Israel has nine children with his young wife. “I hope to have 22,” he says, though his wife just smiles. They live in a one-bedroom apartment. He sees television as a tool of defilement.
Israel owns a printing press and has written hundreds of pashkavils stating the more Orthodox viewpoints. The ironic thing is that Yoel won the contract from the municipality to paste these posters up.
He dutifully puts up their posters, but at times covers them with his own rebuttals. “I’m not afraid to sign my pashkavils,” he says. When he is criticized in one of the posters for participating in a television documentary, he prints one saying, “How do you know so well what’s on TV?”
Meanwhile, Yoel is caught by the interviewer using a cellphone. “Isn’t this wrong?” the interviewer asks.
Yoel shrugs his shoulders guiltily. “Only the latest ones are,” he replies.
This is an interesting, at times humorous look into this rather secretive sect of chassidic Jews.
It airs May 9 at 1 p.m. at the Bloor Cinema.
This article is from the Canadian jewish news
(IsraelNN.com) According to a column by investigative writer Joel Mowbray in the Wall Street Journal's online Opinion section, OpinionJournal.com, an Arabic-language satellite TV station operated by the United States government is promoting an anti-Israel agenda, including
Al-Hurra correspondents treated Ahmadinejad and the gathered Holocaust deniers "with unmistakable deference."
pandering to Neturei Karta, American racists, the Iranian dictatorship and Holocaust deniers.
Mowbray reports that the station, established to present the American perspective to the Arab world, has been broadcasting reports and feature pieces that seem to feed the anti-Semitic and anti-Israel attitudes and beliefs already conspicuous throughout the Middle East. Mowbray writes that the situation has escaped the oversight of the US administration due to lack of communication. Ironically, the OpinionJournal columnist notes, the anti-Western and anti-Israel bias situation at Al-Hurra was better controlled under the previous station director, a Muslim of Lebanese background.
As an example of the current bias at A-Hurra, Mowbray describes a feature story the station broadcast in January on the tiny fringe Jewish group Neturei Karta, some of whose members took part in a Holocaust denial conference hosted by Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad last year. According to Mowbray:
"The Neturei Karta were presented as mainstream Orthodox Jews, and Al-Hurra claimed that they number more than one million. The story's angle is clear from the anchor's introduction: 'They always put Israeli officials in a bind, who can't seem to understand how Jews can oppose Zionism, or how a Jew can encourage Iranian president Mahmoud Ahmadinejad in his opposition to Israel.' Various Neturei Karta members uttered outrageous falsehoods about supposed 'Zionist' cruelty, including 'torture, detention, [and the] burning of their synagogues.' None of these libels were challenged, let alone debunked."
During a December report on the Iranian Holocaust denial conference, Mowbray writes, Al-Hurra correspondents treated Ahmadinejad and the gathered Holocaust deniers "with unmistakable deference." Among those attendees whose comments went out over the air unchallenged were the well-known American racist politician and former Ku Klux Klan leader David Duke, and French Holocaust denier and anti-Semite Robert Faurisson. The former offered praise for the Iranian President and the latter told Al-Hurra viewers that the Holocaust "is completely untrue, and an historical lie."
Mowbray provides more details of the December 12th Al-Hurra report from Tehran's Holocaust denial conference: "The Al-Hurra reporter... referred to those who believe Hitler killed six million Jews as 'Holocaust supporters.' He took a swipe at the handful of conference attendees who didn't deny the Holocaust, by noting that they 'didn't enforce their statements with scientific evidence.' In closing the piece, he referred to Israel as 'the Jewish state on Palestinian lands.'"
It is not just denial of the Jewish past on Al-Hurra that strikes columnist Mowbray as troubling, but the platform given to Hizbullah terrorist leader Hassan Nasrallah for a full, one-hour-plus speech he delivered live on December 7, 2006. In the subsequent 13-minute phone interview with a member of Lebanon's government, Mowbray tells his readers, the Lebanese official "accused the Hezbollah leader of not being anti-U.S. and anti-Israel enough."
Al-Hurra receives an annual budget of over $70 million from the US government with almost no oversight.
The Wall Street Journal columnist goes on to note that Al-Hurra receives an annual budget of over $70 million from the US government with almost no oversight. As Mowbray reports:
"During the March 21 House Foreign Operations Appropriations subcommittee hearing, Rep. Mark Kirk (R., Ill.) pressed [Secretary of State Condoleezza] Rice on the wisdom of providing a platform to Islamic terrorists, citing Hezbollah leader Sheikh Hassan Nasrallah's Dec. 7 speech, which Al-Hurra aired live. The broadcast speech 'went on for 30 minutes,' she responded, 'followed by commentary, much of which was critical of Nasrallah.'"
Mowbray believes that Secretary Rice's reply indicates that she was herself misled by Al-Hurra executives as to the nature of the actual Nasrallah broadcast.
"[If] you can't get fired for using U.S. taxpayer dollars to provide a platform for Islamic terrorists and help further Holocaust denial, then wouldn't Congress and the Bush administration be communicating that pretty much anything goes?" Joel Mowbray asks in conclusion.