samedi 27 octobre 2012

Question-piège à Laurent Fabius: honnêtement, qui donc "ne mériterait pas d'être sur la Terre" pour son (ses) "opération(s) de destruction d'un peuple" (voire de nombreux peuples)?



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Obnubilé par l’entité sioniste, Laurent Fabius est en pleine bouffée délirante sur Wissam al-Hassan, le Liban, l’Iran et la Syrie

Fabius: "Derrière la question syrienne, il y a la question iranienne"


Le projet qatari d’assassinat de Bachar al-Assad !



British SAS Training Rebels For Assassination of Assad

EU recognizes Syrian opposition as 'legitimate' representative of the Syrian people

France, U.S. stand behind new opposition alliance as Syria remains defiant

France recognizes new Syria opposition

France says frustrated as efforts fail to topple Assad

Iran backing Assad to avert collapse of anti-Israeli front, says Khameini aide

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Clinton says a free Syria can never include Assad


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Sur ce blog:

États-Unis: Le National Council of Churches, les Églises luthériennes, méthodistes et unitariennes réclament une enquête sur l’aide financière et militaire à Israël

Un lobbyiste pro-israélien appelle à provoquer un nouveau Pearl Harbor pour déclencher une guerre contre l’Iran

Le Vatican dénonce: Israël encourage la haine envers le christianisme — Si les Juifs veulent le respect, ils doivent commencer par respecter les autres

Yitzhak Shamir, le terroriste devenu président d’Israël qui joua un rôle central dans la conspiration contre JFK

Le printemps arabe: « une incroyable opportunité pour Israël », selon l’ancien directeur du Mossad Meir Dagan et le Maj. Gen. et criminel de guerre Yoav Galant

Netanyahou: « Nous vaincrons l’Islam militant »

Worst Case of Ethnic Cleansing in Western History

Le Washington Post rapporte que le virus Flame serait, comme Stuxnet, une cyber-arme us-israélienne contre l’Iran

samedi 20 octobre 2012

Harcèlement policier, inculpations préventives et torture contre de faux ennemis Musulmans... Nationalistes: VOUS êtes les prochains!

Ce qui arrive aux musulmans nous arrivera à tous

Traduction Catherine pour ReOpenNews

La décision de la Cour Européenne des droits de l'Homme de refuser de bloquer l'extradition vers les Etats-Unis du religieux musulman radical, Abu Hamza al-Masri, et de quatre autres personnes supprime l'un des derniers remparts externes contre l'émergence de notre État-Goulag.

Masri et les quatre autres, tous détenus dans des prisons britanniques, rejoindront bientôt les centaines d'autres Musulmans traduits aux Etats-Unis, au cours de la dernière décennie, devant les tribunaux fédéraux établis au titre de l'Article III. Les procès équitables sont peu probables. Une pratique inquiétante d'atteintes graves aux libertés civiles élémentaires, mise en place au nom de la sécurité nationale, a empoisonné notre système légal. Ces infractions incluent une surveillance envahissante, des chefs d'accusation flous, l'utilisation de la mise à l'isolement prolongé avant procès, la classification des preuves que l'accusé ne peut pas consulter et l'utilisation d'activités politiques, normalement protégées par le cinquième Amendement, pour démontrer l'état d'esprit et les intentions. Les musulmans poursuivis par les tribunaux de l'Article III se voient refuser la possibilité d'affronter leurs accusateurs et la protection de leurs associations religieuses et politiques, et ils trouvent rarement un juge assez courageux pour protéger leurs droits. Ces violations des libertés civiques fondamentales ne seront pas, en fin de compte, réservées exclusivement aux musulmans une fois que le corps de l'état se sentira assiégé. Ce qui leur arrive nous arrivera.
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Former Guantanamo inmates tell of confessions under ‘torture’ “You know what this is?” Fouad Al Rabiah asked as he held up a photograph of a cell in Guantanamo. “This is my house for eight years.” The cell is small, sterile and resembles a cage. It has a hole in the floor where the toilet is.
FBI Entrapment Eyed
• Controversy surrounds bureau’s use of dubious paid informants

By Richard Walker
The recent arrest of a Bangladeshi student for trying to blow up the New York Federal Reserve with what turned out to be a fake bomb has called into question the use of paid informants in the majority of the FBI’s home-grown terrorism cases sinceSept. 11, 2001.
The FBI says the methods it uses to trap terror suspects are all part of “the war on terror,” but many legal experts believe those operations are really entrapment.
The majority of the 500 terror cases since 2001 have relied on evidence from FBI informants within the Muslim community. Inmany cases, the informants encouraged individuals to commit terrorist acts as a way of gaining their trust. Subsequently, informants, with the help of FBI agents, helped those same suspects devise elaborate terror plots they might not otherwise have ever thought of.
In the latest case, a New York informant and his FBI handlers convinced Bangladeshi student Quazi Mohammad Rezwanul Ahsan Nafis, 21, that he was transporting a bomb to the Federal Reserve, but the bomb was in fact a fake. He will now face terrorism charges likely to put him away for life.
The FBI said Nafis arrived in New York in January, having come here with the intention to commit mass murder. His aim, they alleged, was to put together a terror cell. It appears they helped him but together a fictitious cell and justified their sting on the basis he was determined to commit mass murder until they intervened.
It is almost impossible to discover how the FBI recruits its informants and to what extent they are permitted to engage in illegal activities as part of their roles. If terror tactics in Europe are anything to go by, informants are often highly paid or are blackmailed into working for intelligence agencies.
In many instances, they are unreliable individuals with criminal backgrounds.
The debate about whether FBI stings are forms of entrapment of poor and in some cases misguided and low-intelligence people has caught the attention of legal scholars. In 2011, the Center for Human Rights and Global Justice at New York University’s School of Law produced a report on the issue, which specifically examined three New York terror cases. The report was frank in pointing an accusing finger at the FBI and the federal government for sending paid informants into Muslim communities purely on the basis of suspicion.
In one part of the report, its authors addressed the issue of entrapment, stating that in the three cases they looked at, “the government selected or encouraged the proposed locations that the defendants would later be charged with targeting. . . .
“In all three cases, the government also provided the defendants with, or encouraged the defendants to acquire, material evidence such as weaponry or violent videos, which would later be used to convict them,” the report alleged.
It also linked the feds’ ability to “claim we face a homegrown threat” to some high profile terror cases in which informants played a critical role.
The report demanded changes in the law so the FBI would be “explicitly forbidden from using informants to engage in entrapment or inducement to commit crimes.”
So far, juries have been reluctant to reject FBI evidence in terror cases. Defense lawyers also complain that using an entrapment defense is all but a waste of time in the American jury environment of post Sept. 11, 2001.

Current Issues, 2012-09-19 20:59:47, HOUR 1   19 septembre 2012 01:01
In the first Hersham talks with guest Laila Taghi who will be speaking about her son Ziyad Yaghi who is in prison for 31.5 years for visiting Palestine.

Current Issues, 2012-09-19 20:59:47, HOUR 2   19 septembre 2012 01:01
In the second hour Hersham talks about the lack of evidence for terrorism in the U.S. and how the government is using fear to control us.

 

Sammi interviews Layla Yaghi, an American Muslim who son Ziad was convicted on trumped up terrorism charges by the USGOV

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Fait curieux qui attira mon attention il y a quelques mois: de nombreux nationalistes semblent avoir changé leur fusil d'épaule. Ils insistent désormais que l'ennemi prioritaire, la pire menace pour la société nécessitant une action des plus urgente, n'est autre que l'immigration musulmane. Ainsi, pour nombre d'entre eux, les autorités du ZOG qui nous tiennent en laisse représenterait une moindre menace ou, du moins, une menace qui peut toujours attendre.

Or, le fait est que présentement, et ce depuis le 11 septembre 2001, il n'y a que des "dangereux djihadistes" mal rasés qui se font imposer des peines d'emprisonnement épouvantables (31 ans à un musulman américain de 18 ans pour délit d'opinion - site web / autres exemples) pour des crimes qu'ils n'ont jamais commis. À comparer aux "barbus islamistes", les nationalistes s'en tirent assez bien -- pour l'instant - avec leurs petites amendes et leurs quelques jours de prison avec télé, repas complets et sorties quotidiennes.

Chers amis nationalistes, quand bien même vous combattriez l'Islam jusqu'à votre dernier souffle, cela ne saurait changer le fait que les autorités vous ont réservé le même sort! Ce qui arrive aux musulmans -- les peines de prison illimitées, les tortures dans les prisons secrètes, le harcèlement moral, légal et policier -- c'est exactement ce qui vous attend, et cela ne fait que commencer. Ce n'est plus qu'une question de temps. Car aux yeux des autorités du ZOG, vous, les nationalistes (de même que les cocos, antifas, anars, écolos, conspiros, etc.), êtes tout aussi "extrémistes" et "dangereux" que les soi-disant islamistes! C'est qu'ils ont besoin d'enfermer des gens pour montrer au peuple abruti et endoctriné qu'il existe bel et bien une "menace terroriste extrémiste".







L’IMPÉRIALISME AMÉRICAIN EST UN ENNEMI DE L’HUMANITÉ 

L’impérialisme américain est un des plus grands ennemis de l’humanité depuis au moins un siècle. Il est le vecteur principal de la mondialisation ultralibérale à l’échelle planétaire qui entraîne le pillage des ressources des pays du Tiers-Monde par les multinationales ainsi que l’exploitation extrême qui est infligée à leur classe ouvrière dans des ateliers de misère. En alliance étroite et ferme avec le sionisme international, l’impérialisme américain cherche à soumettre sans pitié les peuples qui luttent pour leur indépendance nationale et à détruire progressivement les différentes nations et cultures au profit d’un monde uniformisé et dominé par la civilisation anglo-saxonne.

Plus récemment cette année il y a eu le 11ème anniversaire des attentats du 11septembre 2001. Ce fût bien entendu une tragédie qui a coûté la vie à environ 3000 personnes, sans compter les blessés et nous devons de tout coeur compatir à leur sort. Ceci dit le cortège de lamentations dans les médias au service de l’oligarchie mondialiste qui a suivi ces attentats est parfaitement hypocrite et révoltant. La version officielle de ces évènements est loin d’être convaincante et crédible et ne peut que semer le doute dans nos esprits. Il est tout à fait légitime de se demander à qui ce crime a profité. Mais dès que l’on remet en doute la version officielle des attentats du 11 septembre 2001, les défenseurs du système capitaliste apatride et mondialiste s’élèvent en choeur pour nous traiter de conspirationnistes, antisémites, esprits paranoïaques, etc. Leur volonté d’intimidation est plus qu’évidente, car nous risquons de semer des doutes dans la population et ainsi ébranler le pouvoir immense et démesuré qu’ils exercent sur la conscience des gens.

Ces esprits moralisateurs, qui nous ressassent continuellement le même refrain sur le terrorisme islamiste, deviennent par contre silencieux devant les actes de terrorisme d’État perpétrés par les puissances occidentales depuis plus d’un siècle. La liste est très longue et nous pourrions commencer par les bombardements intensifs anglo-américains sur l’Allemagne pendant la Deuxième Guerre Mondiale, qui ont entraîné notamment la destruction de la ville de Dresde. Des centaines de milliers de civils allemands périrent dans le but de provoquer la capitulation totale du gouvernement allemand. Mais bien sûr c’étaient des victimes « collatérales » et les Allemands étant du « mauvais côté » lors de ce conflit mondial et représentant le « mal suprême », ont mérité leur sort! Le peuple allemand a été littéralement mis à genoux pour les crimes supposés ou réels qui étaient reprochés au régime national-socialiste, alors que les alliés Américains, Britanniques et Soviétiques en ont perpétrés une panoplie et ont eu les mains couvertes de sang. Il y a eu également les bombardements atomiques d’Hiroshima et Nagasaki en 1945, le coup d’État de Suharto en Indonésie en 1965 et celui de Pinochet au Chili en 1973, tout deux financés et orchestrés par la CIA, la guerre du Vietnam, l’invasion du Panama en 1989 qui causé la mort de plus de 3000 personnes, etc. Plus près de nous il y a eu les bombardements israéliens sur les territoires palestiniens et le Liban, l’invasion de l’Afghanistan, de l’Irak et de la Libye l’année dernière. Toutes ces guerres et agressions impérialistes ont causé un nombre de morts infiniment plus grand que les attentats du 11 septembre 2001 sans pour autant suscité l’indignation des médias contrôlés par l’oligarchie mondialiste. Toujours le même deux poids deux mesures! La vie des civils américains et israéliens a plus de valeur que celle des habitants des pays dont les dirigeants s’opposent tant bien que mal à l’hégémonie de l’empire américano-sioniste, que ce soit les Palestiniens, les Irakiens, les Libyens, les Syriens, etc.

Suite à la destruction des tours du World Trade Center, l’élite dirigeante sioniste américaine a joué la carte de la sympathie auprès de l’opinion publique mondiale et en a profité pour mousser au maximum la fièvre belliciste et militariste en déclenchant la guerre contre l’Afghanistan, soi-disant pour débusquer Oussama Ben Laden et pour renverser le régime des Talibans au nom de la « libération des femmes ». Beaucoup de patriotes américains ont tout de suite reconnu l’influence du lobby pro-Israël dans cette poussée guerrière. Il y avait, et il y a toujours, une réelle volonté de la part des idéologues néoconservateurs de l’administration Bush, et maintenant celle d’Obama, de renforcer la position de l’État sioniste au Moyen-Orient au détriment des régimes arabes, iranien et autres qui veulent conserver leur indépendance nationale face à l’empire américano-sioniste. La convergence de vues entre l’impérialisme américain et le sionisme international a atteint un point extrême et c’est ce qui alarme les patriotes américains qui souhaitent que leur gouvernement se consacrent aux problèmes domestiques plutôt que de jouer au gendarme planétaire.

Aussitôt après la guerre en Afghanistan, les néconservateurs sionistes se lancèrent à l’assaut de l’Irak baathiste et socialiste de Saddam Hussein sous de faux prétextes et qui précipitèrent ce pays dans le plus grand chaos et dans une guerre civile atroce. Ils conclurent même des alliances avec les islamistes qu’ils prétendaient combattre! Saddam Hussein malgré tout ce qu’on peut lui reprocher était un dirigeant laïc, patriotique et socialiste et son gouvernement comprenait des femmes et des chrétiens. Le mouvement d’opposition à cette guerre fût extrêmement large avec des millions de personnes dans les rues, dont une manifestation de 200 000 personnes en mars 2003 dans les rues de Montréal, l’une des plus grande manifestation politique de l’histoire du Québec et du Canada! Mais ceci n’empêcha pas la destruction de la souveraineté irakienne et le pillage éhonté des ressources naturelles de ce pays par l’oligarchie mondialiste. La guerre en Libye en 2011 a été menée sous le prétexte de renverser un dictateur, Mouammar Khadafi, et a mené encore une fois au chaos et au pillage des ressources naturelles dont regorge ce pays.

Cependant il existe des lueurs d’espoir qui sont loin d’être négligeables. Cuba socialiste résiste toujours fièrement à la volonté américaine de renverser son gouvernement pour y restaurer le règne des exploiteurs et des bandits et le Vénézuéla d’Hugo Chavez représente une épine dans le pied des États-Unis qui ont toujours considéré l’Amérique Latine comme leur chasse gardée. En ce moment la Syrie baathiste et socialiste de Bachar El-Assad est au centre de l’actualité depuis plus d’un an à cause de la guerre civile encouragée et entretenue par l’OTAN dans le but de renverser son gouvernement et de le remplacer par une clique entièrement dévouée et soumise à l’hégémonie américano-israélienne sur le Moyen-Orient. L’existence du mouvement indépendantiste québécois inquiète l’impérialisme américain qui le voit comme un facteur de déstabilisation en Amérique du Nord. Dans les années 70, l’oligarchie yankee brandissait le spectre de l’avènement d’un Cuba du Nord si le Québec se séparait. C’est ce qui explique la volonté constante du Parti Québécois de rassurer les investisseurs américains sur les conséquences de l’indépendance du Québec, mais ce souci est loin d’être partagé par l’ensemble des patriotes québécois qui voient plutôt l’impérialisme américain comme un adversaire de leur lutte d’émancipation nationale et sociale. En bref il y a beaucoup de résistances face aux agressions et aux diktats impérialistes du Nouvel Ordre Mondial et les socialistes nationaux ont le devoir de les soutenir dans le but de favoriser la chute du capitalime mondialisé et apatride. C’est ainsi que l’on pourra construire un système politique, économique et social basé sur le socialisme national, seule alternative au chaos mondialiste et à la destruction progressive des nations et des identités nationales.




Could you just imagine ….

If the people in the streets were chanting hate speech about Jewish leaders, as they do about Muslims and the prophet Mohammed. 
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If drones were attacking American cities or israel, as they do Islamic countries.
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If one single newspaper plastered their anti-Jewish rhetoric across their front page, just as they project their anti-Islamic campaign.
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If we had the exact same coverage of enforced empathy for all the real holocausts which have happened throughout history, as we have to put up with, with the Jewish holomyth. 
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If israel had the same levels of race laws, and enforced immigration which are being imposed on westernised cities across the globe.
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If for just one week, we in the Truthing community could have access to the entire main stream media, TV, entertainment, cinemas, magazines, etc. Oh boy. 
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If synagogues were genuinely attacked by EDF style supporters, as are mosques today. 
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If most Americans really knew how much they were financing that only democratic state in the Middle East -and why. 
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If israel had to be included in the nuclear arms treaty – and had the same amount of attention Iran and Iraq had with their WMD inspections. 
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If the Jews had to pay reparations for all the holocausts and genocides they have created throughout history. Ha – they would be bankrupt. 
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If the same sentencing was applied to all the criminals creating wars, as is the INNOCENT people who are now rotting in prisons, due to trying to expose these criminals. 
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If the Jewish-controlled MSM for once actually told the Truth
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If we had sanity in this world.

kIf we had Truth, justice and peace.


Sur ce blog:

Netanyahou: "Nous vaincrons l'Islam militant" 

Pourfendeur de l'Islam militant, ardent pro-Israël, Newt Gingrich n'en baisse pas moins la tête devant les terroristes iraniens du MeK

L’ancien responsable de l’Unité de traque de Ben Laden à la CIA soutient que l’Islam radical est une menace imaginaire.

Larry SILVERSTEIN et David YERUSHALMI (gourou de l’anti-Islam aux USA), anciens patrons de l’épouse du candidat présidentiel Newt Gingrich

 
Le lobby juif poursuit une organisation musulmane shiite canadienne pour avoir posté un vidéo de David Duke


Selon Frank J. Gaffney (PNAC), les Frères Musulmans ont infiltré et contrôlent l'administration Obama 

Les plus importants pourvoyeurs de haine anti-Islam proviennent de quelle communauté, selon vous?

Le Prof Kevin McDonald et Geert Wilders dans le même lit

Les réseaux sionistes et leur campagne de propagande anti-Islam


La main des services secrets sionistes et occidentaux derrière les affrontements entre chrétiens et musulmans en Égypte

jeudi 11 octobre 2012

États-Unis: Le National Council of Churches, les Églises luthériennes, méthodistes et unitariennes réclament une enquête sur l'aide financière et militaire à Israël

Church Leaders Demand End to U.S. Military Aid for Israel 

Rotund rabble-rouser John Hagee—the Texas-based evangelist—is among a number of Christian Zionist preachers who can’t contain their zeal for Israel. Yet, in a surprising turn, leaders of 15 U.S. churches and other faith-based organizations are asking Congress to reevaluate U.S. military aid to Israel. 

On Oct. 8, these leaders sent a letter to Congress, calling for “an investigation into possible violations by Israel of the U.S. Foreign Assistance Act and the U.S. Arms Export Control Act, which would make Israel ineligible for U.S. military aid,” as reported by JTA, a major Jewish news service. 

“As Christian leaders in the United States, it is our moral responsibility to question the continuation of unconditional U.S. financial assistance to the government of Israel,” the letter stated. It added that “continuing U.S.military assistance to Israel—offered without conditions or accountability—will only serve to sustain the status quo and Israel’s military occupation of the Palestinian territories.” 

The letter—signed by the leaders of the Presbyterian, Disciples of Christ, Lutheran,Methodist and United Church of Christ churches, and by National Council of Churches leaders—is premised on the widely accepted view that Israel is indeed occupying Palestinian land. 

“We request, therefore, that Congress hold Israel accountable to these standards by making the disbursement of U.S. military assistance to Israel contingent on the Israeli government’s compliance with applicable U.S. laws and policies,” the letter continued. The church leaders wrote that they have “worked alongside our Palestinian Christian sisters and brothers to help build a peaceful and resilient Palestinian civil society.” They are gravely concerned “about the deteriorating conditions in Israel and the occupied Palestinian territories.” 

The letter cited the “2011 State Department Country Report on Human Rights Practices” covering Israel and the Occupied Territories. The leaders called on Congress to hold hearings “to examine Israel’s compliance, and we request regular reporting on compliance and the withholding of military aid for non-compliance.” 

The American Jewish Committee expressed outrage and played the Iran card, even though Israel unofficially has hundreds of nuclear weapons and Iran officially has zero.




Church Leaders: Halt All Aid to Israel 
• UCC sends letter to all congressmen urging investigation of Israeli crimes in Holy Land 

By Dave Gahary

An Oct. 5 letter sent to every member of Congress from 15 religious leaders representing many major faith groups in the country, requesting U.S.military aid to Israel be contingent on U.S. laws and policies, has elicited a storm of protests from Jewish and other pro-Israel groups around the world. 
The letter points out that “Israel is the single largest recipient of U.S. foreign aid since World War II,” and that “repeated demands by the U.S. government that Israel halt all settlement activity have been ignored,” and that since the 1993 Oslo Accords, “the number of Israeli settlers in the West Bank, including East Jerusalem, has more than doubled.” 
The United Church of Christ (UCC), a 1.2 million member Protestant denomination, spearheaded the 1,200-word letter, which was signed by leaders of the UCC, Evangelical Lutheran Church in America, United Methodist Council of Bishops, National Council of Churches, American Friends Service Committee, American Baptist Churches, and several others. It drew scorn from the Anti-Defamation League, the American Jewish Committee, the Jewish Council for Public Affairs, the Rabbinical Assembly and the United Synagogue of Conservative Judaism, which all raised the usual condemnations when any level of criticism is leveled against Israel. Several of these groups even pulled out of this year’s Jewish-Christian dialogue, which was created by Jewish interests to stall Presbyterian Church USA’s divestment from Israel. 
In order to gain a fuller understanding of this matter, AMERICAN FREE PRESS conducted an exclusive interview with Dr. Peter E. Makari, Ph.D., an executive with the Global Ministries of the UCC and Christian Church (Disciples of Christ). 
Makari said he “participated in the drafting of the letter, but it was a collaborative effort.” AFP asked Makari about UCC’s history and its involvement in the Middle East. 
“The UCC has a history that predates that of the United States,” he said, “and the Christian Church Disciples of Christ also has a 200-year history that goes back into the early 1800s.” AFP asked what precipitated the letter. 
“It comes as a result of our engagement with the people there,” he said. “Through our visits and through our listening to the conditions there, we’re very attuned to the ongoing impact of Israeli occupation of the West Bank and control of Gaza, the impact of continuing settler construction, the continuing impact of the separation barrier, the killings of civilians, the denial of access between one part of the West Bank and the other, and the denial of access to Jerusalem. So that plus the documentation in the State Department’s report as well as other kinds of documentation, led us to issue this letter and to raise this issue as a concern.”  
[See www.americanfreepress.net for the full interview including the text of the letter.—Ed.]
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Dave Gahary, a former submariner in the U.S. Navy, is the host of AFP’s “Underground Interview” series. See www.americanfreepress.net for more.



– ICEJ News

ADL Boycotts Interfaith Meeting Over Israel Letter

Church Leaders Asked Congress to Reconsider 'Unconditional' Aid

By JTA

(...) The religious leaders from the Lutheran, Methodist and United Church of Christ churches, and the National Council of Churches sent a letter to Congress members on Oct. 8 calling for an investigation into possible violations by Israel of the U.S. Foreign Assistance Act and the U.S. Arms Export Control Act. The violations would make Israel ineligible for U.S. military aid.


ADL pulls out of interfaith dialogue over letter urging rethink of U.S. aid to Israel

Withdrawal announced in protest at letter sent by Christian leaders to Congress, urging a reevaluation of U.S. military aid to Israel.



Mainstream Jewish Organizations Earn “Israel First” Designation Again

Have you noticed that none of the mainstream Jewish organizations have expressed much anger about Pam Geller’s anti-Muslim hate signs going up on trains, buses and subway stations in the Bay Area, New York and now Washington.  A couple have issued mild statements of tepid disapproval  (most have said nothing) but without any of the vehemence they employ when say, a pro-Palestinian student group organizes at some college somewhere.
The organizations seem not to get that (1) these ugly placards insult Muslims and incite violence against them (after all, how else to respond to “savages”) and (2) these ugly placards endanger Jews who could be turned on  by those set off by the signs. Personally, I think Pam Geller would like to see the shedding of blood by either side as a tool for her fundraising efforts and to help spread her message of hate.
But the Jewish organizations are quiet. My guess is that one reason why is that many of them share donors with Pam Geller (AIPAC, in particular) and never, ever want to anger a donor.  Another reason is that these organizations never express concern about Muslims, other than to denigrate them. Every major Jewish organization supported the Gaza war, opposed the Goldstone report condemning it, and demanded that the U.S. veto Palestinian statehood at the United Nations (even though the resolution they forced us to oppose embodied U.S. policy). And, third, they are all busy demanding more sanctions on or war with Iran to be too concerned about hate here at home.
But then today the organizations demonstrated yet again where their hearts are.
They are responding with a mighty roar to word that fifteen church organizations are demanding that Congress evaluate the $3.5 billion U.S. aid package to Israel  The churches ask that before aid is disbursed Congress should determine that the recipient is in compliance with U.S. law. In response, the Jewish organizations went ballistic, coming this close to calling the letter anti-Semitic (what a surprise!).  Here is an excerpt from a letter sent by the church groups as reported by JTA.
As Christian leaders in the United States, it is our moral responsibility to question the continuation of unconditional U.S. financial assistance to the government of Israel. Realizing a just and lasting peace will require this accountability, as continued U.S. military assistance to Israel — offered without conditions or accountability — will only serve to sustain the status quo and Israel’s military occupation of the Palestinian territories….We request, therefore, that Congress hold Israel accountable to these standards by making the disbursement of U.S. military assistance to Israel contingent on the Israeli government’s compliance with applicable U.S. laws and policies.
Think about it. The church groups are asking only that the disbursement of U.S. aid be “contingent on the Israeli government’s compliance with applicable U.S. laws and policies.”
Now, the organizations may not know this but the disbursement of all domestic assistance (Social Security, food stamps, subsidies to farmers and everyone else) is contingent on “compliance with applicable U.S. laws and policies.” Moreover, the current economic situation has put all those programs under scrutiny, and most have sustained cuts which have cost many Americans (including cops and teachers) their jobs. The one program exempt from scrutiny and from cuts is the aid to Israel program. In fact, every budget slashing proposal passed or pending in Congress exempts Israel and only Israel (no, the U.S. military is not exempt while the Israeli military is).
And now AIPAC’s satellite organizations are screaming at church groups for simply asking that we subject Israel to the same process that we subject Americans too.
Take a look at the statement  from the Jewish Council On Public Affairs. It is the policy arm of the Jewish federations, the largest Jewish domestic charity in the country. Once its focus was almost entirely on Jewish needs here. Now, like the others, it is just AIPAC lite, agitating over Israel, Palestine and Iran (Iran, Iran).
Here is what its head Rabbi Steve Gutow (former AIPAC official) and his nominal boss Larry Gold said about the church letter.
“We reject the call to reevaluate foreign aid to Israel – and we continue to support targeted aid to Palestinians.  Foreign aid remains a vital instrument,” said JCPA President Rabbi Steve Gutow. “U.S. aid to Israel is not ‘unconditional,’ as the letter claims. It reflects the shared values of America and Israel and furthers our shared goals for peace and security and is vital to advance the security of both peoples.”
“The singling out of Israel by the signatories is disappointing but not surprising,” said JCPA Chair Larry Gold. “Although the letter acknowledges that Palestinians share some responsibility for the conflict, there is no call for investigation of Palestinian intransigence. It is telling that the call for action regarding human rights in other parts of the world is reduced to a mere footnote.
“The letter could also have highlighted the relentless attacks on Christians throughout the Middle East, including the brutal oppression of Coptic Christians or just as easily have called for a suspension of aid to Palestinians until the Palestinian Authority take steps such as returning to the negotiating table.  That would have been equally unhelpful but might have mitigated the obvious conclusion that the signatories bear a deep and singular antipathy for Israel.”
“Most Americans, including most Christians support a strong U.S. Israel relationship and recognize that foreign aid is a wise American investment. This is also the view of the leaders of both parties in both houses of Congress and both candidates for president,” said Gutow. “Those signatories to this letter are out of sync with these mainstream values.”
“We eagerly await the day when these church leaders step away from their troubling fixation on hurting Israel and adopt an approach to peacemaking that fosters reconciliation rather than conflict,” said Gutow.
Crazy?  My favorite part is where the letter specifically supports “targeted” aid to Palestinians (both measly and with so many conditions USAID barely knows how to legally deliver it) while demanding that the massive Israel program be unconditional.  And naturally Gutow talks about how “most Americans” support unconditional aid while, of course, knowing that it is inconceivable that any American would accept that a foreign aid program be exempt from the requirements we put on domestic programs. And then it goes off about the Copts in Egypt!
What a ridiculous letter and, as JTA reports, this is the positions not just of JCPA but of the other organizations too.
The worst thing about Israel First organizations like JCPA and the others (see this typically stupid statement from the American Jewish Committee)  is that although they intend to put Israel first, they really just support the deadly status quo that could ultimately destroy Israel. Putting conditions on aid, like demanding a settlement freeze or negotiations with the goal of peace and security for Israelis and Palestinians, is the best thing we could do for Israel. It needs peace. Time is not its friend.
But these organizations are, in fact, as indifferent to Israel’s real needs as they are to Pam Geller’s incitement. They exist to please donors and to pay their top executives those half million dollar salaries. I guess I shouldn’t call them Israel Firsters (although I always will). They are ME FIRSTERS and to hell with everyone else.
HERE IS THE FULL TEXT OF THE JCPA LETTER. 



AFP PODCAST and ARTICLE: Presbyterian Church Says Halt All Aid to Israel

AFP PODCAST & ARTICLE: Presbyterian Church Says Halt All Aid to Israel
AFP PODCAST
Dr. Peter E. Makari, Ph.D., Executive, Middle East and Europe, for the Global Ministries of the United Church of Christ and Christian Church (Disciples of Christ), discusses the October 5 letter sent to every member of Congress from 15 religious leaders representing many major faith groups in the country requesting United States military aid to Israel be contingent on U.S. laws and policies, in this revealing interview (18:01).

United Church of Christ Fires Shot Over Israel’s Bow

Letter sent to every member of Congress urging investigation into Israeli violations of U.S law
By Dave Gahary
An October 5 letter sent to every member of Congress from 15 religious leaders representing many major faith groups in the country requesting United States military aid to Israel be contingent on U.S. laws and policies has elicited a storm of protests from Jewish groups around the world. The letter points out that “Israel is the single largest recipient of U.S. foreign aid since World War II,” and that “repeated demands by the U.S. government that Israel halt all settlement activity have been ignored,” and that since the 1993 Oslo Accords, “the number of Israeli settlers in the West Bank, including East Jerusalem, has more than doubled.”
The United Church of Christ (UCC), a 1.2M member Protestant denomination, spearheaded the 1,200-word letter, which was signed by leaders of the UCC, Evangelical Lutheran Church in America, United Methodist Council of Bishops, National Council of Churches, American Friends Service Committee, American Baptist Churches, and several others, has drawn scorn from no less than the Anti-Defamation League (ADL), the American Jewish Committee (AJC), the Jewish Council for Public Affairs (JCPA), the Rabbinical Assembly, and the United Synagogue of Conservative Judaism, who all raised the usual condemnations when any level of criticism is leveled against Israel.
“The letter signed by 15 church leaders is a step too far,” said JCPA President Rabbi Steve Gutow.  “The participation of these leaders in yet another one-sided anti-Israel campaign cannot be viewed apart from the vicious anti-Zionism that has gone virtually unchecked in several of these denominations.”
In order to gain a fuller understanding of this matter, AMERICAN FREE PRESS conducted an exclusive interview with Dr. Peter E. Makari, Ph.D., Executive, Middle East and Europe, for the Global Ministries of the United Church of Christ and Christian Church (Disciples of Christ). Dr. Makari “participated in the drafting of the letter, but it was a collaborative effort,” he said.
AFP asked Dr. Makari about UCC’s history and its involvement in the Middle East.
“The UCC has a history that predates that of the United States,” he said. “And the Christian Church Disciples of Christ also has a 200-year history that goes back into the early 1800s.”
AFP asked how long UCC has worked in Israel/Palestine.
“Some of the churches who are part of the group of signatories have direct ties to churches in the region. The UCC and the Disciples of Christ have a long history going back into the early 1800s in the Middle East, a mission history that includes a mission in Israel and Palestine.”
AFP asked what precipitated the letter.
“It comes as a result of our engagement with the people there,” he said. “Through our visits and through our listening to the conditions there, we’re very attuned to the ongoing impact of Israeli occupation of the West Bank and control of Gaza, the impact of continuing settler construction, the continuing impact of the separation barrier, the killings of civilians, the denial of access between one part of the West Bank and the other, and the denial of access to Jerusalem. So that plus the documentation in the State Department’s report as well as other kinds of documentation, led us to issue this letter and to raise this issue as a concern.”
The letter includes this passage:
Unfortunately, unconditional U.S. military assistance to Israel has contributed to this deterioration, sustaining the conflict and undermining the long-term security interests of both Israelis and Palestinians. This is made clear in the most recent 2011 State Department Country Report on Human Rights Practices covering Israel and the Occupied Territories, which details widespread Israeli human rights violations committed against Palestinian civilians, many of which involve the misuse of U.S.-supplied weapons.  
“The U.S. contribution through military assistance to Israel is having an impact and is helping to perpetuate some of those violations of human rights,” Dr. Makari continued.
AFP asked why the church thinks the Israelis completely ignore U.S. demands.
“U.S. aid to Israel has essentially been free-flowing, without the conditions and without the holding to account of possible violations of U.S. law and contradiction to the points of view of the U.S. government,” he said.
“For there to be a true just and lasting peace agreement between Israelis and Palestinians, that the U.S. needs to step up its level of enforcement of U.S. law and holding Israel to account for these violations,” he said.
AFP asked how long UCC will give Congress to reply.
“We are hopeful that Congress will consider the request in the letter and the substance of the letter, sooner rather than later, but we’ll continue to speak out on this issue.”

Dave Gahary, a former submariner in the U.S. Navy, is the host of AFP’s “Underground Interview” series.
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La lettre destinée aux membres du Congrès:
http://globalministries.org/news/mee/pdfs/Military-aid-to-Israel-Oct-1-Final.pdf

Dear Member of Congress,

We write to you as Christian leaders representing U.S. churches and religious organizations committed to seeking a just peace for Israelis and Palestinians. Our organizations have been deeply involved in this pursuit for decades, inspired by the call and promise of Jesus Christ who said, “Blessed are the peacemakers, for they will be called children of God.”

In response to our Christian call to be peacemakers, we have worked for decades to support both Israelis and Palestinians in their desire to live in peace and well-being. We have worked alongside our Palestinian Christian sisters and brothers to help build a peaceful and resilient Palestinian civil society by supporting hospitals, schools, clinics, and social service agencies. These ministries include cooperative efforts with Israelis and Palestinians as well as with Jews, Muslims, and other neighbors here in the United States. Through our presence in the region, and regular visits to our partners there, we see first-hand the impacts of the conflict on both Palestinians and Israelis and hear from them directly about the reality of their lives.

Through this direct experience we have witnessed the pain and suffering of Israelis as a result of Palestinian actions and of Palestinians as a result of Israeli actions. In addition to the horror and loss of life from rocket attacks from Gaza and past suicide bombings, we have witnessed the broad impact that a sense of insecurity and fear has had on Israeli society. We have also witnessed widespread Israeli human rights violations committed against Palestinians, including killing of civilians, home demolitions and forced displacement, and restrictions on Palestinian movement, among others. We recognize that each party—Israeli and Palestinian—bears responsibilities for its actions and we therefore continue to stand against all violence regardless of its source. Our stand against violence is complemented by our commitment to the rights of all Israelis, as well as all Palestinians, to live in peace and security.

It is this experience and these commitments that lead us to write to you today to express our grave concern about the deteriorating conditions in Israel and the occupied Palestinian territories which threaten to lead the region further away from the realization of a just peace.

Unfortunately, unconditional U.S. military assistance to Israel has contributed to this deterioration, sustaining the conflict and undermining the long-term security interests of both Israelis and Palestinians. This is made clear in the most recent 2011 State Department Country Report on Human Rights Practices covering Israel and the Occupied Territories (1), which details widespread Israeli human rights violations committed against Palestinian civilians, many of which involve the misuse of U.S.-supplied weapons.

Accordingly, we urge an immediate investigation into possible violations by Israel of the U.S. Foreign Assistance Act and the U.S. Arms Export Control Act which respectively prohibit assistance to any country which engages in a consistent pattern of human rights violations and limit the use of U.S. weapons (2) to “internal security” or “legitimate self-defense.”(3) More broadly, we urge Congress to undertake careful scrutiny to ensure that our aid is not supporting actions by the government of Israel that undermine prospects for peace. We urge Congress to hold hearings to examine Israel’s compliance, and we request regular reporting on compliance and the withholding of military aid for non-compliance.

Examples of specific, systematic human rights violations related to U.S. military support are included as an annex to this letter.

In addition to specific rights violations, we see a troubling and consistent pattern of disregard by the government of Israel for U.S. policies that support a just and lasting peace. Specifically, repeated demands by the U.S. government that Israel halt all settlement activity have been ignored. Since 1967, every U.S. administration has decried Israeli settlements in the occupied Palestinian territories as obstacles to peace. Despite this stance, Israel continues to expand its settlements in the West Bank and East Jerusalem, claiming territory that under international law and U.S. policy should belong to a future Palestinian state. The Oslo peace process, which began in 1993, was publicly promoted as leading Israelis and Palestinians to a just peace based on a two-state solution. Instead, since 1993, the number of Israeli settlers in the West Bank, including East Jerusalem, has more than doubled. Rights violations resulting from Israeli settlement activity include separate and unequal legal systems for Palestinians and settlers, confiscation of Palestinian land and natural resources for the benefit of settlers, and violence by settlers against Palestinians.

According to the Israeli human rights group B'Tselem and the UN Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs, there has been a dramatic rise in settler attacks against Palestinians this year4. They report that these attacks are often intended to drive Palestinians from areas the settlers wish to take over, and that Israeli authorities have failed to take significant action to stop the violence or hold the perpetrators accountable. We believe that these actions directly undermine peace efforts and threaten, rather than support, Israel’s long-term security interests.
We want to be clear that we recognize that Israel faces real security threats and that it has both a right and a duty to protect both the state and its citizens. However, the measures that it uses to protect itself and its citizens, as in the case with any other nation, must conform to international humanitarian and human rights law.
 As Christian leaders in the United States, it is our moral responsibility to question the continuation of unconditional U.S. financial assistance to the government of Israel. Realizing a just and lasting peace will require this accountability, as continued U.S. military assistance to Israel -- offered without conditions or accountability -- will only serve to sustain the status quo and Israel’s military occupation of the Palestinian territories.
We request, therefore, that Congress hold Israel accountable to these standards by making the disbursement of U.S. military assistance to Israel contingent on the Israeli government’s compliance with applicable U.S. laws and policies. As Israel is the single largest recipient of U.S. foreign aid since World War II, it is especially critical for Israel to comply with the specific U.S. laws that regulate the use of U.S.-supplied weapons. We also encourage Congress to support inclusive, comprehensive, and robust regional diplomacy to secure a just and lasting peace that will benefit Israelis, Palestinians, and all the peoples of the region, and the world.

With respect and gratitude, we offer you our prayers.

Sincerely,

Rev. Gradye Parsons
Stated Clerk of the General Assembly
Presbyterian Church (USA)

Mark S. Hanson
Presiding Bishop
Evangelical Lutheran Church in America

Bishop Rosemarie Wenner
President, Council of Bishops
United Methodist Church

Peg Birk
Transitional General Secretary
National Council of Churches USA

Shan Cretin
General Secretary
American Friends Service Committee

J Ron Byler
Executive Director
Mennonite Central Committee U.S.

Alexander Patico
North American Secretary
Orthodox Peace Fellowship

Diane Randall
Executive Secretary
Friends Committee on National Legislation

Dr. A. Roy Medley
General Secretary
American Baptist Churches, U.S.A.

Rev. Geoffrey A. Black
General Minister and President
United Church of Christ

Rev. Dr. Sharon E. Watkins
General Minister and President
Christian Church (Disciples of Christ)

Rev. Julia Brown Karimu
President, Christian Church (Disciples of Christ), Division of Overseas Ministries
Co-Executive, Global Ministries (UCC and Disciples)

Rev. Dr. James A. Moos
Executive Minister, United Church of Christ, Wider Church Ministries
Co-Executive, Global Ministries (UCC and Disciples)

Kathy McKneely
Acting Director
Maryknoll Office for Global Concerns

Eli S. McCarthy, PhD
Justice and Peace Director
Conference of Major Superiors of Men (CMSM)


Examples of specific, systematic human rights violations related to U.S. military support
Killings of civilians - At least 2,969 Palestinian civilians uninvolved in hostilities were killed by the Israeli military between December 29, 2000 and December 31, 2009. This includes at least 1,128 children under the age of 18. (5) Many of these deaths are connected to weaponry the U.S. underwrites.
Suppression of legitimate political expression and protest – U.S.-supplied tear gas has been used by Israel to systematically suppress political protests and dissent in the occupied Palestinian territories. This has led to the deaths of at least 5 Palestinians and the grave injury of many others, including two U.S. citizens.
Home demolitions and forced displacement – According to the Israeli Committee Against House Demolitions, approximately 24,813 Palestinian homes in the occupied Palestinian territories have been destroyed since 1967. House demolitions in the West Bank in 2011 forcibly displaced nearly 1,100 Palestinians (over half of them children) from their homes, over 80% more than in 2010, according to the United Nations (UN) Office of the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (6).
Use of prohibited weaponry in densely populated civilian areas – Israel has used both white phosphorus and flechette shells in Gaza and Lebanon in violation of international humanitarian law. During operation cast lead white phosphorus shells were fired against civilian targets including a UN compound, two hospitals, and private residences causing civilian deaths and injuries. Flechette shells have also been used repeatedly in Gaza since 2001, causing significant civilian deaths and casualties.(7)
Restricting Palestinian movement - Israeli-only roads and more than 500 roadblocks and checkpoints carve up the West Bank, making travel for Palestinians arduously slow or impossible (8). The Wall constructed by Israel in the West Bank deviates considerably from the 1967 lines, confiscating occupied Palestinian territory and water in the process, and severely restricting Palestinian movement. Since 2007 Israel has also maintained a comprehensive blockade on Gaza, restricting not only the movement of Palestinians into and out of Gaza, but also restricting the import and export of goods. The UN and International Committee of the Red Cross have both concluded that this blockade amounts to collective punishment (9), in contravention of the Fourth Geneva Convention.

1 http://www.state.gov/documents/organization/190656.pdf
2 Weapons in this instance include “crowd control” items such as tear gas. The Consolidated Appropriations Act, 2012 (P.L. 112-74) which is included in the US Foreign Military Financing regulations stipulates that “not later than 90 days after enactment of this act and 6 months thereafter, the Secretary of State shall submit a report to the Committees on Appropriations detailing any crowd control items, including tear gas, made available with appropriated funds or through export licenses to foreign security forces that the Secretary of State has credible information have repeatedly used excessive force to repress peaceful, lawful, and organized dissent.”
3 While this letter focuses on US-Israel relations and the Israel-Palestine conflict, these are laws that we believe should be enforced in all instances regardless of location. All allegations regarding the misuse of US supplied arms should be investigated.
4 http://www.mcclatchydc.com/2012/07/11/v-print/155813/report-violence-against-palestinians.html For more information see also: http://www.haaretz.com/news/diplomacy-defense/lambs-to-the-settlers-slaughter-screaming-and-unheard.premium-1.455937
5 Details available at http://www.weaponstoisrael.org/article.php?id=2940 and through original date from B’Tselem at www.btselem.org/statistics.
6 http://www.unocha.org/annualreport/2011/pse
7 http://www.amnesty.org/en/news-and-updates/news/israeli-army-used-flechettes-against-gaza-civilians-20090127
8 http://www.ochaopt.org/documents/ocha_opt_MovementandAccess_FactSheet_September_2011.pdf
9 http://www.ochaopt.org/gazablockade/




Israel Lobby Threatens Church Groups With Congressional Investigation Over Call for Restricting U.S. Military Aid to Israel

A coalition of U.S. church groups recently made public a letter which called upon the U.S. government to condition future military aid to Israel on its fulfillment of obligations under U.S. law.  The statement was intended to express criticism of Israel’s use of U.S. weapons like cluster bombs in violation of our law and noted that U.S. military assistance provided Israel a buffer against undertaking any actions to advance a just and lasting peace.  For example, its settlement policy, refusal to return to 1967 borders, and refusal to share Jerusalem, all directly contradict international law and stated U.S. policy.
Though these church groups have been critical of Israeli policy in the past, threatening to lobby for withholding military aid would really cut the Israel lobby to the quick,  as it’s a position held by a number of anti-Zionist groups that are much farther to the left.  The fact that mainline Christian denominations, who generally support liberal Zionist positions, would be moving in a more critical direction has to be deeply concerning to the lobby.
Though they refuse to consider or acknowledge it, such a development indicates a growing alienation of American churches from Israel and the draconian positions advanced by its government.  The churches are willing to lose their interfaith dialogue with the Jewish community over such an issue, which indicates how seriously they take their opposition to the Netanyahu regime.
First to lash out in anger was (typically) Abe Foxman followed by one of Israel’s leading hasbara outfits, the Jewish Council for Public Affairs.  It appears to be taking the lead in “handling” the BDS efforts of a number of the Christian denominations.  As such, it’s a key player in Israel’s campaign against so-called “delegitimization.”  Those guys at JCPA play hardball.  Not content merely to criticize the churches, they lashed out at the “anti-Judaism” elements within their ranks.  They used terms like “vicious anti-Zionism,” “relentless attacks on the Jewish state,” and “delegitimizers of Israel” to up the ante and level of vitriol.  They also threatened to call out the Congressional dogs through mounting investigations of the groups themselves:
“JCPA is considering as a response asking Congress to investigate delegitimizers of Israel and to issue a resolution against their efforts.”
I’m not sure what this is supposed to gain the lobby.  Do they think that parishioners will be mortified to find their particular denomination is called out by name in a Congressional resolution?  Should these groups then call on their particular Congressional allies to respond tit for tat?  Should we have a mini-religious war in the halls of Congress?
For anyone who still naively believes that J Street is a real force for progressive values regarding the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, read M.J. Rosenberg’s devastating critique of their decision to join the Israel lobby coalition denouncing the churches.  People like M.J. make the mistake (in my opinion) of calling J Street “Aipac lite.”  I don’t think J Street’s allegiance is to Israel particularly.  I think J Street is Obama’s Jewish wing.  They are nothing more than a cover for him pursuing the Jewish vote.  They never deviate from administration positions on any matter related to Israel.  They attacked the Goldstone report, opposed Palestinian statehood at the UN, and now join with Israel lobby hysterics in railing against Christians for insisting that Israel obey U.S. law in its use of American weapons systems.  In each of these positions they’ve betrayed progressive values, which is why they deserve support from no Jews who support a just resolution of the conflict.
Also, read Alex Kane’s excellent reporting here.


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The Board of Deputies of British Jews recently filed a formal complaint to the Church of England accusing Rev. Stephen Sizer, the vicar of Virginia Water Church in Surrey, of antisemitism. The complaint was lodged under the Church of England's disciplinary process, an act of parliament known as the Clergy Discipline Measure 2003 and will now be considered by Bishop Christopher Hill, the bishop of Guildford, which is the jurisdictional area under which Sizer's church falls.



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