Sunday, December 31, 2006

Professor at Tel Aviv University identifies the new God of the Jews

1. Auld Lang Zion 2007

Should auld accomplice be forgot,
And never brought to trial?
Should auld Osloids, friend, be forgot,
In days of auld lang Zion?

For betraying auld lang Zion, my dear,
For debasing auld lang Zion.
Should their accomplice be forgot,
In days of auld lang Zion?

We yids hae run aboot the world,
Under fire the whole time.
We've wandered mony a weary foot,
To reach auld lang Zion.

Save auld land Zion, my dear,
Save auld land Zion,
Indict those Oslo blaggards, dear,
For the sake of auld lang Zion!!!

2. To the Tune of "Cheers to the Bus Driver"

Cheers to the Hangman
The Hangman, the Hangman
Cheers to the Hangman
And many more happy returns!

3. Britain's Norman Finkelstein gets out of jail:

4. Talk to Syria through a bomb site:,7340,L-3344635,00.html

5. The PLO finds a "racist":

6. Mikey of Meaning Purges his magazine Stalin style:

7. Leftist "Historian" at Tel Aviv University declares that Money is the
God of the Israelis:,7340,L-3346135,00.html

Selective Outrage: Why Can't Jewish Leaders Speak Truth to Power?
Written by Ruth S. King
Sunday, December 31, 2006

9. December 26, 2006
Jimmy Carter's Book:
An Israeli View
December 26, 2006; Page A12

Several prominent scholars have taken issue with Jimmy Carter's book
"Palestine: Peace Not Apartheid," cataloguing its historical inaccuracies
and lamenting its lack of balance. The journalist Jeffrey Goldberg also
critiqued the book's theological purpose, which, he asserted, was to
"convince American Evangelicals to reconsider their support for Israel."

Mr. Carter indeed seems to have a religious problem with the Jewish state.
His book bewails the fact that Israel is not the reincarnation of ancient
Judea but a modern, largely temporal democracy. "I had long taught lessons
from the Hebrew Scriptures," he recalls telling Prime Minister Golda Meir
during his first tour through the country. "A common historical pattern
was that Israel was punished whenever the leaders turned away from devout
worship of God. I asked if she was concerned about the secular nature of
the Labor government."

He complains about the fact that the kibbutz synagogue he enters is nearly
empty on the sabbath and that the Bibles presented to Israeli soldiers
"was one of the few indications of a religious commitment that I observed
during our visit." But he also reproves contemporary Israelis for
allegedly mistreating the Samaritans -- "the same complaint heard by Jesus
almost two thousand years earlier" -- and for pilfering water from the
Jordan River, "where . . . Jesus had been baptized by John the Baptist."

10. Greeting card for 2007:
Today Saddam, tomorrow _____________ (fill in names of your favorite

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