Sunday, March 24, 2013

  • Sunday, March 24, 2013
From Ian:

NGO Monitor: Advancing ‘leftist’ agenda, online mag +972 serves to strengthen Israel haters
For one Israeli, however, the news could not have been better. Noa Shaindlinger, who frequently appears in +972 magazine, wrote on her Facebook page, “We may have some good news later this morning (hint: IOF accident with casualties).” When a fellow activist criticized her joy over the pilots’ deaths, Shaindlinger shot back, “I will worry about nonsense like my ‘humanity’ afterwards, when the struggle will end successfully. Till then, I will be happy when my enemies fall.” Shaindlinger’s “enemies” are Israeli soldiers.
Riding the tiger
If Europe's leaders gambled that appeasement would buy them a measure of protection from the wrath of Hezbollah they may have tragically miscalculated
Detumescent Europeans have made a virtue of lowering their defences and exposing their vulnerabilities. But if they gambled that weakness would buy them friends and that appeasement would buy them a measure of protection from the wrath of Hezbollah they may have tragically miscalculated. For when European weakness confronts rampant Islamism, the consequence is likely to be bloody and painful.
Riding the tiger was the easy part; trying to dismount will be a far more perilous business.
IDF fires missile into Syria after more cross-border shooting
Syrian outpost completely destroyed, leaving two wounded; defense minister warns of no-tolerance approach to attacks
IDF soldiers on Sunday morning fired a Tammuz missile at a Syrian army position in Tel Fares, from which shots were fired both that day and the previous day across the border into the Israeli-controlled Golan Heights. The missile destroyed the Syrian post and reportedly wounded two gunmen there.
IDF Soldiers Foil Infiltration in Beit El
IDF troops arrested two Palestinian Authority Arabs as they were approaching the town of Beit El in the Binyamin region.
Erdogan backtracks on understandings with Netanyahu
Day after Israeli PM’s apology phone call, Turkish leader says it’s not yet time to drop case against 4 IDF generals over Marmara deaths, won’t send new envoy yet, will visit Gaza
IDF commandos disappointed by apology to Turkey
‘I don’t feel we did anything wrong,’ says one soldier who took part in the flotilla raid; another blames government for abandoning fighters
MK Chetboun: Apology a Knife in Soldiers' Backs
Bayit Yehudi MK says Turkey apology sends a message to soldiers: "We don't have your backs."
Israel Expels Three Foreign Leftist Rioters
Israel expelled three foreign leftist activists who, along with Israeli leftists and PA Arabs, rioted near the Cave of the Patriarchs.
Honest Reporting Canada: CBC Falsely Claims Israelis Vandalized Obama Posters in Jerusalem
In actuality, these posters were defaced by Palestinians in Ramallah in the West Bank and were not defaced by Israelis in Jerusalem as CBC has falsely reported. The Times of Israel confirms the veracity on this matter showing what appears to be these exact posters existing in Ramallah in the West Bank:
CIF Watch: Guardian Mid-East editor legitimizes the political pornography of Ali Abunimah
Palestinians, however, observed Black, were not impressed. He noted that some Palestinians complained that Obama’s speech lacked depth or substance, before citing a critique by Ali Abunimah, the American born, Ivy League educated son of a Jordanian diplomat who founded ‘Electronic Intifada’ (EI) – and who, from his home in Chicago, engages in hate-filled ”commentary” about the Jewish state with abandon.
Egytian Muslims Accuse Priest of Using Black Magic on Muslim Girl
Hundreds of Muslims marched for the second day through the street of the Egyptian town of El-Wasta, 90 kilometers south of Cairo in Beni Suef Province, to protest the disappearance of a young Muslim girl, Rania Shazli, and accuse the priest of St. George's Church in Wasta of using black magic to lure her to Christianity.
Fierce clashes in Tripoli as Lebanon teeters
Fighters armed with automatic weapons, mortars and rocket propelled grenades clashed in the Lebanese city of Tripoli Saturday, as the army readied to quash spillover violence from neighboring Syria.
The fierce fighting in the city came a day after Lebanese prime minister Najib Mikati stepped down over political infighting.
Scottish council boycotts 'apartheid Israel'
One of Scotland's smallest councils has taken the decision to boycott Israel, comparing the country to South Africa during its apartheid period, reports the Jewish Chronicle.
Wiesel joins judging panel for ‘Jewish Nobel’
Planned $1 million prize to go to Jewish professional who serves as role model for community
Peace prize laureate Elie Wiesel joined the judging panel for a $1 million award that has been called the “Jewish Nobel,” organizers announced Sunday.
The Genesis Prize is planned to be given annually to a professional who acts as a role model to Jews in their community. The first prize will be awarded in 2014.
The Israeli Palestinian Conflict: 10 Myths Preventing Peace





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