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#61 bishadi

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Posted 01 May 2014 - 06:37 PM





A group of Jewish children and their fathers ascended the Temple Mount on Tuesday and were verbally and physically assaulted by Muslims objecting to their presence, according to recorded footage of the incident released on Thursday.

According to Israeli media and the footage, about 20 religious children were verbally assaulted, then the side curls of one boy were pulled and Muslims also spit and threw shoes.

While one of the fathers told the children, Do not be afraid, Temple Mount police did little to protect the group of Jews.

Rabbi Chaim Richman, director of the Temple Mount Institute and a close follower of relations at the site, related to The Algemeiner further details of the incident.

Following the closure of the Temple Mount during Passover and the brief and harrowing attempts at Jewish ascent on the final Sunday of the holiday, here is what happened, the rabbi said.

On Wednesday afternoon some 25 Haredi (ultra-orthodox) children led by their fathers, ascended the Temple Mount. Immediately upon entering the Temple Mount they were physically attacked by a charging mob of hundreds of Muslim men and women.




I watched the video, can someone show me where a muslim attacked a child?

Second, what the f...ck would make it OK for people to put their child into the front line of the divide?

Last, is it child abuse to let parents do that to children?
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Posted 14 June 2014 - 02:11 PM







Honeymoon - Friday 13th, 2014

Nothing but rocks: A Good Friday!


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Here is 1 report:



"The incident occurred following Friday prayers at the site.




Dozens of masked Palestinian protesters took part in the clashes, according to reports.

The detainees were transferred to a nearby security facility for questioning, Israel Radio reported. The remaining protesters retreated into the al-Aqsa Mosque after being warded off by the police, according to Army Radio


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No injuries were reported during the incident.

Clashes between Palestinians and Israeli security forces at the Temple Mount have become commonplace in recent months.

The Temple Mount compound, which holds the Dome of the Rock and the al-Aqsa Mosque, is considered the third holiest site in Islam and the holiest site to Jews as the site of the two ancient Jewish temples.

The sites profile as a point of contention between Israelis and Arabs has risen in recent months, as right-wing politicians and activists have been vying in Israels Knesset to pass legislation that would allow Jewish prayer at the compound.

Palestinian officials have attacked the bill as an attempt to change the status quo inside the al-Aqsa Mosque and warned of grave repercussions if such a law were to"

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30 Palestinians injured by Israel police in Al-Aqsa: NGO




13 June 2014 22:46 (Last updated 13 June 2014 22:47)

According to the NGO, which is devoted to safeguarding the holy site against Israeli violations, Israeli troops showered worshippers with stun grenades, teargas and rubber bullets before attacking them with batons.





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At least 30 Palestinians suffered various injuries during an assault by Israeli troops on Muslim worshippers inside East Jerusalem's Al-Aqsa Mosque compound following Friday prayers, a Palestinian NGO has said.

"A large number of Israeli troops stormed the Al-Aqsa Mosque compound through the Al-Magharbeh and the Al-Silseleh gates and attacked worshippers following Friday prayers," the Al-Aqsa Foundation for Endowment and Heritage, a Palestinian NGO, said in a statement.

According to the NGO, which is devoted to safeguarding the holy site against Israeli violations, Israeli troops showered worshippers with stun grenades, teargas and rubber bullets before attacking them with batons.

Journalists and medics at the scene were also reportedly assaulted.

At least eight Palestinian worshippers were arrested by Israeli authorities as they tried to leave the mosque complex, the NGO added.

Earlier in the day, eyewitnesses said that Israeli army and police forces had used teargas and stun grenades to disperse a gathering of Palestinian worshippers inside the Al-Aqsa complex.

Israeli police spokesman Micky Rosenfeld said at least five Palestinians had been arrested in connection with Friday's "disturbances."

"No injuries reported. Police at the scene. Situation quiet," he said via Twitter.

For Muslims, Al-Aqsa represents the world's third holiest site. Jews, for their part, refer to the area as the "Temple Mount," claiming it was the site of two prominent Jewish temples in ancient times.

Israel occupied Al-Quds during the 1967 Middle East War. It unilaterally annexed the holy city in 1980, claiming it as the capital of the self-proclaimed Jewish state a move never recognized by the international commun

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Posted 17 June 2014 - 06:40 PM

here is another monster war monger ::::::::::::::

 

The German president’s call to arms By Peter Schwarz
17 June 2014

On Saturday, German president Joachim Gauck reiterated his call for a more aggressive German foreign policy and more military interventions.

At the end of a three-day visit to Norway, Gauck told the radio station Deutschlandfunk that he had “the feeling that perhaps our country should set aside the restraint that prevailed in recent decades in favour of a greater acceptance of responsibility.”

Previously, he said, there had been “a well-founded reluctance on the part of Germans…to engage internationally in accordance with the size and economic importance of Germany”. That was no longer the case, because “Germany is a solid and reliable democracy and a state governed by law.”

Gauck repeatedly insisted on the greater use of the military. In “the struggle for human rights or the survival of innocent people it is sometimes necessary to resort to arms,” he said. This meant that it was necessary “not to exclude the use of military means from the outset.”

Gauck expressed similar positions last October on the anniversary of German unification, and then again at the Munich Security Conference in January. Now, he has repeated his call for a more active military role for Germany, under conditions in which armed conflicts are spiraling out of control in both Ukraine and Iraq.

Gauck was quite explicit that his concern was Germany’s imperialist interests rather than human rights. “If the federal government is now very active in the Ukraine conflict, this is exactly along the lines that I suggested,” he said.

In Ukraine, the German government supported a coup against the elected president, Viktor Yanukovych, and worked closely with fascists in the Svoboda Party and the Right Sector. Now, it is backing the new president, Petro Poroshenko, a multibillionaire oligarch, who is deploying the army against opposition in eastern Ukraine, intensifying the conflict with Russia and thereby risking a nuclear conflict.

The background of Gauck’s interview left little doubt about his political goals. He was full of praise for the Norwegian government, a coalition of the Conservative Party of Prime Minister Erna Solberg and the extreme right-wing Progress Party. The latter advocates the destruction of the Norwegian welfare state, the privatisation of state enterprises, tax cuts for the rich, and a close partnership with the US and Israel, together with an extremely restrictive, xenophobic immigration policy.

When asked if his three-day state visit to this right-wing government was pleasant, Gauck replied, “Pleasant would be an understatement. It was a terrific visit, close friendship, no conflicts, a coincidence of diverse interests, and all based on shared values.”

Gauck advocates a fundamental change in German foreign and domestic policy that combines the military defence of imperialist interests (in Gauck’s newspeak: “acceptance of responsibility”) with the dismantling of the welfare state (“freedom”). This agenda has the support of the entire ruling class. His speeches on the Day of German Unity and at the Munich Security Conference had been carefully prepared and welcomed from all sides (see “How the revival of German militarism was prepared”).

This time, however, Gauck met with some subdued criticism. The SPD foreign policy expert Rolf Mützenich told Spiegel Online that the world was being “rocked by a multitude of conflicts.” Germany was proceeding cautiously with these conflicts. “In my view a demand for more military engagement at this point is incomprehensible.”

Green Party security policy expert Agnieszka Brugger described Gauck’s utterances as “irritating”. “Military operations must not be declared a normal part of foreign policy,” she said.

And the foreign policy spokesperson of the Left Party, Jan van Aken, compared Gauck with a “general and world policeman”. “Human rights cannot be bombed into being, the president is well aware of this,” he declared.

Gauck won support, however, from another Green Party leader, Anton Hofreiter. “Germany is not an island in the world”, Hofreiter told the Passauer Neue Presse. In principle, the appeal by the president was correct.

The various criticisms of Gauck were not directed at his call for a greater military role for Germany. Since taking over the foreign ministry, the Social Democrat Frank-Walter Steinmeier has systematically pushed for an expanded German role in the world and even set up his own web site, Review 2014, for this purpose. As for the Greens, they have agreed to every foreign deployment of the Bundeswehr since 1998 and are constantly demanding more “humanitarian” military operations. And Left Party deputy Stefan Liebich was involved in drafting the strategy paper that forms the basis of Gauck’s war propaganda.

If Gauck now encounters some restrained criticism, it is because his heavy-handed war propaganda is strengthening rather than weakening the widespread opposition to militarism. Another reason is the timing of his remarks. While there is general agreement within the political establishment that the German armed forces should play a greater role in the defence of German economic and geopolitical interests, there is little inclination to be dragged into the debacle in Iraq, for which the US is seen as mainly responsible.


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Posted 17 June 2014 - 10:33 PM

hello everyone :::

 

this article is old, it goes back to the start of this crisis, but it is good background for discussion.

 

The struggle for Ukraine 6 December 2013

The current wave of protests in Ukraine bears the label “Made in Germany,” “Made in the EU” and “Made in America.” The Western media has gone to great lengths to portray the demonstrations in Kiev as a struggle for democracy and the rule of law. In fact, they are part of a conflict over geostrategic issues. The aim is to repel Russian influence and subject Ukraine to the domination of Germany, the European Union and NATO.

Nine years ago, the Orange Revolution was organized with massive political and financial support from the US government and American NGOs such as the Open Society Institute of billionaire George Soros. These forces were able to annul the presidential election and ensure that the pro-EU and pro-US tandem of Viktor Yushchenko and Julia Tymoshenko took over as head of state and head of government in place of Viktor Yanukovich, who was considered to be in the pocket of Russia. The duo quickly fell out, however, and Yanukovich was able to assume the post of president in 2010.

Now another attempt is being made to bring a regime to power that will subordinate the former Soviet Republic and granary of the Russian Empire to the EU. An examination of the political leadership of the protests reveals their reactionary character. They are led by three parties, two of which have close relations with the conservative camp in the EU, while the third is openly fascist.

The Batkivshchyna (Homeland) party, led by the imprisoned Julia Tymoshenko, has observer status with the European People’s Party, the association of Europe’s Christian-Democratic and conservative parties. UDAR (Punch), headed by boxing champion Vitali Klitschko, who is a resident of Germany, is a creation of German Chancellor Angela Merkel’s Christian Democratic Union (CDU) and its think tank, the Konrad Adenauer Foundation. The latter publicly advertises on its web site seminars devoted to the political education of UDAR members.

According to a study entitled “The Extreme Right in the Ukraine” by the German Friedrich Ebert Foundation, the third party, Svoboda (Freedom), is “the flagship of core extreme-right ideology.” The party’s original name was the Social-National Party of Ukraine. It used as its emblem a logo reminiscent of the Nazi swastika. On the advice of the French National Front (FN), with which it works closely, it decided on a less provocative name.

Arseniy Yatsenyuk (Homeland) and Vitali Klitschko appear at press conferences together with Oleh Tyahnybok from Svoboda. Tyahnybok is a neo-Nazi notorious for his ultranationalist, xenophobic and anti-Semitic outbursts.

Leading European and American politicians have expressed their solidarity with the protests in Ukraine. The same forces that have tacitly supported the brutality of police in mercilessly beating those opposing EU austerity policies in Athens, Madrid and elsewhere now proclaim their outrage at the brutality of the Ukrainian police.

US State Secretary John Kerry urged the Ukrainian government to “listen to the voice of their people,” while his German counterpart, Guido Westerwelle, intervened personally on Wednesday to mix with demonstrators in Kiev. NATO Secretary General Anders Fogh Rasmussen has demanded that the Ukrainian government guarantee the right to freedom of expression and assembly. The German government, which has just commenced new proceedings against the neo-fascist National Democratic Party of Germany, defends the right of Ukrainian fascists to demonstrate.

Though it is calling for the resignation of the president and new elections, the opposition does not enjoy the support of the majority of Ukrainians. A motion of censure against the government failed on Tuesday in parliament. The Association and Free Trade Agreement with the European Union that the opposition wants to implement would have a devastating impact on large sections of the Ukrainian population.

The EU Agreement excludes simultaneous membership in a Russian-led customs union and would thus cut off Ukraine from its main trading partner, with which Ukraine’s industry and transport routes are closely connected. The abolition of customs duties on European goods would also mean bankruptcy for many Ukrainian industries.

The terms of the agreement, which include the introduction of EU rules for labor market deregulation, the privatization of state enterprises and a reduction in the public debt, would have a social impact similar to the EU austerity programs imposed on Greece, Romania and other countries. The International Monetary Fund (IMF) is already denying Ukraine a much-needed credit because the government refuses to hike the price of gas by 40 percent—a move that would inevitably result in the death of many unemployed people and pensioners unable to pay their heating bills.

The Association Agreement would turn the country into an extended workbench for German and European companies, which could produce at lower wage rates than those in China. At the same time, the country’s natural resources, its vast and fertile landmass, and its domestic market of 46 million inhabitants make Ukraine a mouthwatering prospect for German and European businesses.

The agreement would also strengthen the EU’s hand against Russia. A customs union or Eurasian Union comprising Russia and the Ukraine would have had a significantly stronger position in trade negotiations with the EU than an isolated Russia.

Germany, the EU and the US are pursuing not only economic, but also geopolitical, objectives in Ukraine. Given Russia’s loss of influence in Eastern Europe since the dissolution of the Soviet Union, the incorporation of Ukraine into the EU would push Russia off to the edge of Europe.

Since the end of the 18th Century, Ukraine formed an important part of the Russian and Soviet state. Moreover, the Russian Black Sea Fleet is located in Crimea at a port leased to Russia by Ukraine.

Both the US and the EU have an interest in weakening Russia, which is considered to be an important ally of China. Immediately after his election in March, Chinese President Xi Jinping traveled to Moscow to strengthen the two countries’ “strategic partnership.” Both countries feel threatened economically and strategically by the aggressive incursions of the US and its allies in Asia, the Middle East and Africa.

China is also expanding its economic links with Ukraine, which currently conducts about 5 percent of its foreign trade with China. In October, the South China Morning Post reported that the Chinese state-owned enterprise XPCC had struck a deal with the Ukrainian agricultural company KSG Agro to gain access to 100,000 hectares of arable land for the production of food for China. This area is to be expanded to three million hectares—the size of Belgium or Massachusetts.

China has already given the country loans of $10 billion. Ukraine considers its economic relations with China to be so important that President Yanukovich set off on Tuesday for a four-day state visit to Beijing, despite the ongoing political crisis.

This is the background to the attempts by the EU and the German government to use the protests in Kiev to destabilize the Ukrainian government. Their initiative has been launched in tandem with the US, which is systematically expanding its military presence in Asia to encircle China and undermine its influence in the region. To this end, the US has massively intensified its pressure on China in recent weeks.

The offensive against Ukraine raises profound historical questions. In two world wars, Germany sought to bring Ukraine under its control and committed abominable crimes in the process. The current brazenness of the German government is fraught with new dangers. The growing international tensions can quickly turn into armed conflict.

This danger can be countered only by an independent movement of the international working class fighting for a united socialist Europe.

Peter Schwarz


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#65 vladzo

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Posted 17 June 2014 - 10:36 PM

we also have some comments to examine ::::;;;

 

  • Jason Melanovski6 months ago

    There is a long history of funding violent right-wing nationalist groups in western Ukraine first by Nazi Germany, and then by the United States in the post-World War II era and which continues to this day. The Russian oligarchs, for their part, fund Russian nationalist splinter groups in eastern Ukraine and the Crimea. Both sides seek to exploit the language issue in order to disorient the population and destabilize the country while they extract as much profit as they can from the population. The current "revolution" like the previous "Orange" one are frauds perpetuated against the working-class. As the author notes, the only way forward is for the Ukrainian population (Russian-speaking and Ukrainian-speaking) is to unite in a revolutionary socialist movement against both the oligarchs and imperialism.

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    Bankotsu6 months ago

    The U.S-EU plot to destroy Russian influence by splitting off Ukraine from Russia must be stopped. Ukraine must join the Eurasian Union.

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    Babeouf6 months ago

    It is already clear,even to some Western publications, that the easiest solution to the resulting economic devastation in Eastern Ukraine as a result of the EU agreement would be to move beyond it reach. By shifting the Russian border West. Signing the EU agreement is likely to end in the violent partition of Ukraine. Similar events took place in Georgia and Moldova after the end of the USSR. German /EU/US/NATO machinations in Georgia worked through third parties. When the US trained Georgian army attacked Russian peacekeepers in South Ossetia NATO didn't come to their rescue when it all went wrong.
    And there is no reason yet to belive that German Imperial ambitions include confronting the Russian army in the Crimea.

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Posted 18 June 2014 - 04:35 PM

It is our duty to restore law and order on the planet...

It was our duty to make a world in harmony with "the weightier matters of the Law, Truth, Mercy & Faith."

But, we chose lies, suffering, death and destruction as our god.

We became a country dedicated to the doctrines of the Pharisee (Talmud).

 

So, mother nature's God, Jesus Christ has rejected America, rent the National Cathedral, and shifted the North Magnetic Pole to Russia.

We are under His Judgment where those who hate us rule over us.

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Posted 20 June 2014 - 03:09 PM

It was our duty to make a world in harmony with "the weightier matters of the Law, Truth, Mercy & Faith."


each person is to adhere to what is real, versus just blind faith in magic to save the day.

The faith to sustain is that 1 day the truth will unveil and until then, hold the rules of personal responsibility.
 
 

But, we chose lies, suffering, death and destruction as our god.

There is no merit to believing that man is worchipping war, suffering and death like a god.


But more like, the beliefs that many hold, can enable a person to break the rules of personal responsibility. The worst of all, is 'false witness of truth' as that act of misdirection can create an army, war and most definitely suffering to death.

The lie, is the living hell.

 

We became a country dedicated to the doctrines of the Pharisee (Talmud).

Talmud are interpretations. Many are in grave error. For example: the belief that a god requires man, to build a temple to sacrifice animals for atonement, is why Israel even exists within Palestine. If any have any doubts, just listen to the rabbi at the wailing wall, that are rocking back and forth as they are practically begging for that temple.


ie..... false witness of truth, has mislead.

The true pinnacle, temple of a mount, the peak of all mankind, is the 'word' often identified as 'the name of god'. The defining of nature to the letter.

It is based on the pure path, that knowledge is evolving and mankind is understanding itself. The end goal of all of the generations, is to understand.

That's it. The pinnacle, the mount, the cap stone, the final top of the pyramid, is understanding and the complete unveiling is by 'the name' (Ha Shem (meaning of the term)). In lay terms, the math defining the transition of the 3, mass/energy/time, that is true absolute. Basically, the mathematical theorem defining how nature (ourselves) operates and it is true, is the last word to all arguments PERIOD!
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Pretty basic and anyone of us, you, them, can capture the reality behind it, but never before has the concept UNVEILED itself, until now!

So, mother nature's God,....

Correct
 

Jesus Christ has rejected America,

Incorrect
 

rent the National Cathedral, and shifted the North Magnetic Pole to Russia.

just a joke of thought (a misdirection/false witness of truth)

We are under His Judgment where those who hate us rule over us.

the ultimate judge is 'time', which is 'natures' (god itself).

The 'good' live over time. You're here now, so you are 'good' and have been 'forgiven' or you wouldn't be here.

The bad (loss to the common), end up extinct; all cases.

ie.... truth destroys the lie, eventually ; all cases too!

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Posted 20 June 2014 - 03:20 PM



How many know exactly why the fight over that stupid hill is why the war of wars begins?



Friday June 20, 2014 00:33

author by Chris Carlson - 1 of International Middle East Media Center Editorial Group


45 Israeli settler students from Talmudic institutions stormed al-Aqsa, today, led by Israeli Rabbi Yehuda Glick


The settlers, backed by Israeli police, invaded the mosque from al-Maghareba Gate, as usual, and toured in the courtyard in groups, according to Al Ray.

Both worshipers and students were in the mosque as settlers made their tour and performed Talmudic rituals inside, said director of media at Aqsa Foundation for Waqf and Heritage, Mahmoud Abu al-Atta, noting that Israeli police had tightened their measures at the gates and demanded to see the identity cards of Palestinians present.

Glick, settlers and police also stormed al-Aqsa on Sunday.


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Posted 24 June 2014 - 10:59 PM

 
Putin thanks God he did not have to use Russian Army in Ukraine
24.06.2014 | Source: Pravda.Ru
 

 

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Russian President Vladimir Putin is glad that he did not have to resort to the right to use armed forces of the Russian Federation on the territory of Ukraine. Putin received the right from the Federation Council at the time when the conflict around Crimea started brewing.

During his visit to Vienna, Austria, Putin said that Russia had not used its armed forces in the literal sense of the word for combat actions in Ukraine, reports Interfax. "Thank God," Putin added.

"Moreover, we have not increased exceeded the number of the Russian troops, provided by international treaties. In this sense, the Russian president has not used the right given to him from the upper house of the parliament," said Putin.

Vladimir Putin acknowledged that the Russian armed forces ensured freedom of expression of the Crimean residents and blocked several armed groups of the Ukrainian Army "so that it does not interfere in the process of expression, to avoid victims."

The revocation of the decree about the right to use the Russian army in Ukraine does not mean that Russia will not pay attention to the events happening in Ukraine, Putin warned Kiev.

Putin appealed to the Federation Council of Russia to withdraw the resolution on the use of Russian armed forces on the territory of Ukraine prior to his visit to Austria. Putin hopes that Russia's latest move will contribute to the normalization of the situation in Ukraine.

During the press conference in the Austrian capital, Putin said that despite the truce declared by the Ukrainian side, Ukrainian troops landed near Slavyansk and combat actions in the area resumed.

 


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Posted 26 June 2014 - 10:16 PM

Published on Wednesday, 25 June 2014 15:12

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The Israeli Occupation Forces attacked a child and a woman this morning in the Al-Aqsa mosque Compound.

An eyewitness said that the Israeli army assaulted the child, Meslah Naser Shhadeh, and his teacher, Randa Abu- Sneineh, next to the mosque, after which they were transferred to a nearby hospital.

He added that the IOF arrested yesterday four children, aged between 11 and 14, because they were flying a kite made with a plastic bag.

Moreover, around 80 Israeli settlers raided the al-Aqsa compound this morning accompanied by the Israeli Police. One of these groups of settlers is from the Moqour Haeem School, where the three settlers that went missing study.

The Al-Aqsa organization called on the international community to protect the al-Aqsa mosque, and mentioned that an Israeli group is trying to organize a raid in the compound for tomorrow



so what happened today?

Thursday June 26, 2014 23:39author by Chris Carlson - 1 of International Middle East Media Center Editorial Group Report post

Further raids planned

At least 18 Israeli settlers, again led by Rabbi Yehuda Glick and guarded by Israeli police, have stormed al-Aqsa mosque through the Moroccans' gate


Israeli forces arrested, this morning, Ziad Abu Rahal, a Palestinian student from Nazareth, as he attempted to prevent the settlers from storming the compound.

According to Al Ray, Director of Media in Al-Aqsa Foundation for Endowment and Heritage, Mahmoud Abu Atta, said that Israeli forces tightened restrictions on worshiper and student access to the mosque and confiscated their IDs.

Israeli special police and rapid intervention forces deployed to the yards of al-Aqsa, where hundreds chanted "Allahu Akbar (God is Greatest)" in trying to prevent the storming of the mosque, Atta said.

Yesterday morning, Israeli forces attacked a woman and a child in the compound.

According to the PNN, an eyewitness said that the Israeli army assaulted one Meslah Naser Shhadeh and his teacher, Randa Abu- Sneineh, next to the mosque.

The two were transferred to a nearby hospital.

The previous day, four children, aged between 11 and 14, were abducted from the grounds after flying a kite comstructed with a plastic bag.

The PNN further reports that around 80 settlers raided the compound accompanied by Israeli police, one of the groups apparently coming from the Moqour Haeem School, where the three missing settlers attend classes.

In recent months, groups of Jewish Israeli settlers accompanied by Israeli forces, have repeatedly forced their way into the Al-Aqsa complex, often leading to violent confrontations.

The al-Aqsa organization has called on the international community to protect the mosque, as further raids are in the works.

The so-called "Temple Mount" group, led by Glick, has called for a general campaign against al-Aqsa as the month of Ramadan approaches for Muslim devotees.




Notice the name glick.

You should read what Carolyn Glick writes in JPost, in 'Column One'.
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Posted 26 June 2014 - 10:23 PM

The West ignores threat of neo-Nazism in Ukraine
26.06.2014 | Source: Pravda.Ru
 

 

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On Thursday, June 26, State Duma Speaker Sergei Naryshkin regretted that many Western politicians and media outlets ignore the threat of neo-Nazism in Ukraine.

Speaking at the III International Parliamentary Forum in Moscow, Naryshkin noted that the recent presidential election in Ukraine and the dialogue that has recently started to regulate the crisis, can generate misperceptions about the absence of the threat of neo-Nazism. According to him, despite the fact that "the followers of Bandera's legacy were defeated in the election, the influence of radicals on Ukrainian politics was still high. 

"It is a pity that many members of the European parliament, who would publicly point at this problem of Ukraine not that long ago, suddenly fell silent. Global media outlets are silent as well, as if we all found ourselves on opposite sides of an impenetrable wall, which was erected in the midst of the once united information space," said Naryshkin.

The State Duma speaker said that the adherents of neo-Nazism were the driving force Maidan riots. According to Naryshkin, they are responsible for the atrocities in Kiev, Odessa, and in the east of the country, RIA Novosti reports.

"The complacent attitude of the Ukrainian elite to them shows that the dangerous ideology infected even outwardly respectable politicians," he said.

 


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Posted 26 June 2014 - 10:27 PM

to bishadi :::::::::::

 

please use english on the english chat line

 

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So, mother nature's God,....

Correct

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it is not correct.

 

the ( 's ) is the possesive case

 

but you were trying to say - mother nature IS G*D

 

you were not trying to say that mother nature had a G*D

 

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Posted 26 June 2014 - 10:34 PM

hey bishadi :::::::::::::::

 

you wrote :::::

 

Both worshipers and students were in the mosque as settlers made their tour and performed Talmudic rituals inside,

 

????  what are talmudic rituals ????

 

i believe that there are no hebrew rituals any more.

rituals were preformed by priests, there are no priests.

rabis do not make rituals. rabis only make prayers.

those must have been prayers, not rituals.

 

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Posted 26 June 2014 - 10:41 PM

hey bishadi ::::::::::::

 

you wrote this --

just listen to the rabbi at the wailing wall, that are rocking back and forth as they are practically begging for that temple.

 

the "rocking back and forth" is called "DOVEN" it is also the word which means prayer.

 

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Posted 26 June 2014 - 10:43 PM

Kurdistan: Great, greater the greatest?
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The territorial integrity of Iraq is endangered after the massive offensive of Islamists in June. The Iraqi army left the key cities of Tirkuk, Mosul and Kirkuk, and the Kurdish Peshmerga Army seize the city of Kirkuk. An old Iraqi proverb says: "He who controls Kirkuk, controls Iraq." Will the long-cherished dream of the Kurdish state become true?  

The city of Kirkuk, together with the surrounding oil-rich province of Tamim, lies the basis of a political and economic dispute between the Kurdish autonomy (Iraqi Kurdistan), headed by Massoud Barzani and the Iraqi government led by Shiite Nouri al-Maliki. In mid-June, the Sunni Islamist movement of "Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant" (ISIL, aka ISIS) intervened in the dispute. Representatives of the movement announced the creation of their own state on the territory of Syria, Lebanon and Iraq - the core of the future of the Great Caliphate. Thus, the territorial integrity of Iraq is now in danger. 

"The country disintegrated long ago. Today, they move in the direction of the pieces that they picked up," Stafford Clarry, a former United Nations representative in Iraqi Kurdistan, told Time. "Forget about the national point of view and attempts to build a unified country. This train has long left the station," said the expert. 

 
 

The United States invaded Iraq in 2003 to topple Saddam Hussein's regime, to establish control over oil-rich regions of Iraq. Saddam Hussein was a friend with the Kurds at first and even promised them autonomy, but then conducted an operation of mass genocide of the Kurds, known as "Anfal." During the operation, up to 180,000 Kurds were deported to an unknown destination and executed. A number of Kurdish villages and the town of Halabja were showered with chemical bombs. Saddam was trying to make Kurdish ancestral lands, including Kirkuk, Arabic.

After the withdrawal of American troops in 2011, the Kurds did not gain independence. The Americans took into account the opinion of Turkey and its then-ally - Syria, that also have numerous Kurdish communities that insist on their territorial integrity. Keeping 30 to 40 million people obedient was getting increasingly difficult. The "Arab Spring" was a catalyst process. In Syria, the Kurds received autonomy from Assad and control their territories. In Turkey, Kurdistan Workers' Party (PKK) has long been committed to this, but the talks between Turkish PM Erdogan and Kurdish leader Abdullah Ocalan were suspended under the pretext of abuse by the Kurds. It was claimed that the PKK had not stopped armed struggle.

 

The Kurds call the autonomy in Iraq Southern Kurdistan and in Syria - Western Kurdistan; compact settlements in Turkey - Northern Kurdistan and in Iran - Eastern Kurdistan. The Kurds also live in Armenia, Azerbaijan and Turkmenistan. In the north and west, most Kurds profess Sunni Islam. Shiite Muslims live mainly in the south and east. Muslim Kurds practice Sufism, a doctrine of eternal wisdom. In addition to Muslims in the "Great Kurdistan" as the Kurds call their hypothetical state, there are representatives of other religious confessions: Yezidis, Christian monophysites, Zoroastrians, Ali-Hulks and others. During the 1990s, there were military clashes between the Kurds of various confessions, so this is not a monolithic community, as is commonly believed.

The President of Iraqi Kurdistan is Massoud Barzani (elected in 2005). The autonomy has been flourishing for all these years, thanks to one-way sales of oil through Turkey, against the will of the central government. Billions of dollars of foreign investment caused an unprecedented construction boom. Today, Iraqi Kurdistan is the most developed province in Iraq. After the ISIS army invaded Iraq from Syria on June 12, Peshmerga forces took control of the city of Kirkuk, which, although not included in the Kurdish autonomy, is considered a Kurdish city. The Peshmerga leadership said it would independently maintain peace in the province and autonomy and would not help Prime Minister Al-Maliki expel Islamists from other territories. According to Time, the decision was made despite USA's pressure. On June 14, clashes occurred between the Kurds and government forces near Kirkuk, which increased distrust between Baghdad and Erbil.

The Kurds believe that the time has come to annex the city and proclaim independence of Southern Kurdistan. Thus, they win a real chance to subsequently form the Greater Kurdistan. The only people, who can prevent the creation of Greater Kurdistan, are the Kurds themselves. 

"The history of the Kurdish people is tragic. Enemies managed to break apart the nation using the religious factor, sow hatred and incite fratricidal war," - wrote Ishhan Miro, chief editor of the Free Kurdistan newspaper. "It has been possible for centuries and continues today. And it is a great pity that we often become accomplices of these bloody crimes. Being a Kurd, a Yezidi, a Muslim, an Alawite, a Christian, a Jew, or a representative of another religious group, one must first think about the unity of nation. If it is not us, then it is our children, who will be destined to return to their homeland not to live on a foreign land for life, not to dissolve and disappear in the sea of ​​human beings."

Russian experts are skeptical about the idea. "I believe that the events that are happening in Iraq now, can not be interpreted in such a way that there is a big chance for the Kurds to unite in a single state," Ajar Kurtov, a historian, political scientist and chief editor of "Problems of National Strategy" told Pravda.Ru. "The notion of the Kurds implies a certain ethnicity, which actually consists of many different subjects. During the XX-XXI centuries, there were situations, when a part of the Kurds would trigger armed uprisings, and another part would not support them. Then they would fight with one another. That is, the Kurds are not consolidated on a truly national basis. They are divided by national boundaries, political preferences. Therefore, the day, when the united state of Kurdistan may appear on the map of the world is a fantasy," said the expert.

The policy of the United States towards self-determination of the Kurds would be different depending on whom the Americans supported. When it was necessary to remove Hussein, the United States would claim that the Kurds needed independence. As soon as the issue of oil came to the surface, they preferred to talk about the territorial integrity of Iraq. The State Department continues to talk about it today. And what about Russia? 

"I think it is quite possible that Russia may support the new state," Anatoly Tsiganok, the Director of the Center for Military Forecasting, corresponding member of the Academy of Military Sciences, told Pravda.Ru.  "I think it is necessary. We forget that the Kurdish population - from 40 to 60 million people - was artificially divided, and I think they have the right to self-determination, just like Ossetians and Abkhazians do. Frankly, when it comes to self-determination of unrecognized states (there are about 30 of them in the world), it is a question to recognize either their independence or territorial integrity."

However, the precedent of the Crimea showed that people's will for self-determination can not be broken either with dogmas of territorial integrity or pressure from global players. One can see a new radical Sunni state growing on the ruins of the Middle East. Kurdistan is rising. Time will show whether Syria, Lebanon and Iraq can survive. It seems that they will become different states.

Lyuba Lulko 

Pravda.Ru 

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#76 bishadi

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Posted 17 September 2014 - 03:06 PM

mankind (all of us) are born in between the beginning and ending, within the garden (nature): all cases.

 

All other interpretations are manmade belief, while the fact that nature itself, is our 'everything', stands absolute.   ie.... each breath

 

 

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Posted 17 September 2014 - 03:08 PM

hey bishadi ::::::::::::
 
you wrote this --
just listen to the rabbi at the wailing wall, that are rocking back and forth as they are practically begging for that temple.
 
the "rocking back and forth" is called "DOVEN" it is also the word which means prayer.
 
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so doven (headbanging) is the act of praying or is the prayer the prayer and the headbanging is a ritual?

ps.....Do you wear a helmet when you walk?

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Posted 17 September 2014 - 03:12 PM



Sept. 16, 2014 | 11:16 a.m. EDT

http://www.usnews.co...se-in-jerusalem

With Temple Mount as Flashpoint, Violence on the Rise in Jerusalem

Amid increasing violence against Arabs and tensions over the Temple Mount, new building plans announced in Arab East Jerusalem





""""" Muslims ears are attuned to the declarations of radical Jewish elements like Yehuda Glick of the Temple Mount Heritage foundation and Bentzi Gupstein, who proclaimed, The Muslims will soon get out and we will build the temple. """""""




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Posted 17 September 2014 - 05:27 PM

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Posted 17 September 2014 - 06:04 PM

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. . . unless you want to get rid your pesky underlings, thin your herd a little.


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