Wednesday, July 12, 2006
The Question that Will get You arrested for Incitement in Israel if you Dare to Ask it!
The question you will be arrested for incitement in Israel if you ask:
Do you think that releasing by the Israeli government two years back of
over 400 terrorists and murderers, including the two who had "sold" Ron
Arad to Iran, in order to obtain the release of an abucted Israeli
criminal and the bodies fo three Israeli soldiers murdered in cold blood
by the Hezbollah, and the failure by Israel to avenge those 3 murders,
has anything to do with today's headline?:
Hezbollah kidnaps 2 IDF soldiers during clashes on Israel-Lebanon border
By Amos Harel, Jack Khoury and Yoav Stern, Haaretz Correspondents
Hezbollah kidnapped two Israel Defense Forces soldiers on the northern
border in the midst of massive shelling attacks on Israel's north
Wednesday morning. The IDF confirmed two of its soldiers were missing on
the Lebanese border, Channel 10 TV reported.
2. BBC story on the link between the ISM bombers of "Mike's Place" in Tel
Aviv and the 7/7 subway murderers.
3. What about the ARAB lobby?
4. From the JTA:
Ya.alon: .Two states. no longer relevant
Israel must abandon the two-state paradigm when it comes to dealing with
the Palestinians, its former military chief said.
.The two-state paradigm is not relevant,. Moshe Ya.alon said Monday at the
Washington Institute for Near East Policy, where he has been a fellow
since leaving the military last year. .Israel should issue a new
Asked to elaborate, he said one scenario could involve a regional
arrangement among Israel, Jordan, the Palestinians and possibly Egypt. He
said the Hamas regime, Iran.s increased role and Palestinian instability
made Palestinian statehood unrealistic for now.
He said Israel should establish a .defensible-borders. policy, which would
include a heightened military presence in the West Bank and pressure on
the international community to recognize Israeli sovereignty in West Bank
areas close to Israeli population centers.
5. Animal nuts against the IDF:
6. Why can't Israeli army officials ever wake up in time?