Friday, 16 August 2013


Inside Egypt’s Terrorist Camps: Torture, Rape, Mass Murder  

Now that the Egyptian military has finally begun to neutralize Muslim Brotherhood terrorist bases, the so-called mainstream media are doing what they do best—twist reality to the Islamists’ benefit by casting them as innocent victims merely “holding vigil” only to be slaughtered, while calling for the prosecution of the military for “human rights abuses.”  They essentially follow the pro-Brotherhood Al Jazeera’s lead of portraying these bases in Rab‘a al-Adawiya and elsewhere as peaceful “sit ins.”
What the mainstream media have failed to report is that for over two months in these “sit ins”—or more appropriately, mini-emirates in Egypt—many Egyptians have been tortured, mutilated, raped, and mass murdered in the name of Islam and/or Brotherhood rule.  (Of course, this is unsurprising considering how the media also failed to report on the nonstop and heinous attacks on the nation’s Christian minority and its churches, allvalidated by Brotherhood leadership.) (Read more…)

Hillary Group Partnered With Company That Laundered $250 Billion For Iran And Violated Sanctions  


Published on on August 14, 2013
On July 29, 2009, at a news conference in New Delhi, Secretary of State Hillary Clinton proudly announced that “Vital Voices Global Partnership,” an NGO that she said she had “founded”, had partnered with Standard Chartered Bank to promote women’s causes throughout Asia.
Unfortunately, Standard Chartered, which also donated generously to the Clinton Foundation Global Initiative, was charged by federal and New York State prosecutors of laundering over $250 billion for Iran and “deliberately” helping Iran circumvent sanctions imposed to cripple its nuclear program.  In August and December, 2012 – Standard Chartered paid a total $667 million in fines to settle the cases and admitted its criminal activity. (Read more…)

Defend Daniel Seaman!!  

By Prof Steven Plaut
Israel’s fascist Left has a new cause.  It is operating a jihad against the freedom of speech of poor Daniel Seaman.  He is the outgoing director-general of the Public Diplomacy and Diaspora Affairs Ministry and he is a man who speaks his mind.  Leftists do not mind people speaking their mind as long as their mind is speaking leftism.   But Brother Seaman speaks politically incorrect thoughts.
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Negotiations begin in secrecy  

I don’t see how borders and security can be discussed without getting into all the issues. But what can be discussed is what settlements go, what settlements stay and which will remain undetermined. Ted Belman
JPOST reports:
    “crucial to first tackle the issues of security and borders. The reason, he said, was that once this issue was resolved, the settlements would no longer be a point of contention because it would be agreed where Israel could, and could not, build.”

    Despite the loud and angry protestations from the PA over the past three days regarding announcements on the eve of the talks concerning plans to build housing units in east Jerusalem and the major settlement blocs, Kerry said the move took neither the US nor Abbas by surprise.
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Egyptian army enters Cairo to enforce curfew under state of emergency.  

Death toll from clashes up to 278
DEBKAfile Special Report August 14, 2013, 10:01 PM (IDT)
Egyptian security forces dismantled the two fortified pro-Morsi camps in Cairo Wednesday, Aug. 14, in violent clashes with protesters. When they spread to other towns, the interim presidency imposed a month-long state of emergency across the country and ordered the armed forces to help the Interior Ministry enforce security. A night curfew went into effect in Cairo and 10 provinces, enforced by the 2nd and 9th army divisions which rolled into the capital.
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Israel’s fast evolving demography  

Compared with the rapidly developing political and military situation in the Middle East, demographics change at a glacial pace. Yet demographic developments in Israel in recent years have been unfolding with unusual speed, and seem to be accelerating.
In the first 12 years of the current century the number of Arab births in Israel has almost completely flatlined at around 40,000 per annum. This despite the growing size of the Arab population, which means that the Arab birth rate – births relative to population size – has fallen. Over the same period, Jewish births have risen from 95,000 to 130,000. In the first four months of 2013, the most recent period for which data is available, Jewish births were up 38 percent during the same period for 2001, and Arab births down 6%.
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Ted Belman
Jerusalem, Israel