THE LAST ROUND: VIOLENT REVOLUTION IN ISLAMIC NATIONS AND REVOLT IN WESTERN NATIONS, No surprise the radical left and the american socialists have begun in Madison, Wisconsin. SOON TO ARRIVE AT A MAJOR CITY NEAR YOU !!!!


This pic was posted on January 2007.





Will you give this to my Daddy?

Last week a friend was in Atlanta, Georgia attending a conference. While he was in the airport he heard several people clapping and cheering. Immediately he turned around.
Moving through the terminal was a group of soldiers in their camos. As they began heading to their gate, everyone (well almost everyone) was abruptly to their feet with their hands waving and cheering.

We are not the only red-blooded American who still love this country and supports our troops and their families.
Then a young girl, not more than 6 or 7 years old, ran up to one of the soldiers. He kneeled down and said 'hi.'
The little girl then asked him if he would give something to her daddy (on duty) for her.

The young soldier (in his early 20's) said he would try, and asked what did she want to give to her Daddy. Then suddenly the little girl grabbed the neck of this soldier, gave him the biggest hug she could muster and then kissed him on the cheek.
The mother of the little girl, who said her daughter's name was Courtney, told the young soldier that her husband was a Marine and had been in Iraq for 11 months now. As the mom was explaining how much her daughter Courtney missed her father, the young soldier began to tear up.

When the mom was done explaining her situation, all of the soldiers huddled together for a brief second. Then one of the other servicemen pulled out a military-looking walkie-talkie. They started playing with the device and talking back and forth on it..

After about 10-15 seconds of this, the young soldier walked back over to Courtney, bent down and said to her, 'I spoke to your daddy and he told me to give this to you.' He then hugged this little girl that he had just met and gave her a kiss on the cheek. He finished by saying 'your daddy told me to tell you that he loves you more than anything and he is coming home very soon.'
The mom at this point was crying almost uncontrollably and as the young soldier stood to his feet, he saluted Courtney and her mom.

As the soldiers began to leave, heading towards their gate, people resumed their applause, there were very few dry eyes. The first young soldier turned around and blew a kiss to Courtney with a tear rolling down his cheek.
We need to remember everyday all of our soldiers and their families (men and women like our friends and relatives, coworkers, employees, any one of the many people we meet in the street who may have worn a uniform) and thank God for them and their sacrifices. At the end of the day, it's good to be an American.

Very soon, you will see a great many people wearing Red every Friday. The reason? Americans who support our troops used to be called the 'silent majority'. We should no longer be silent, but speak out our love for God, country and homes in record breaking numbers.
We are not organized, boisterous or over-bearing. We get no liberal media coverage on TV, to reflect our message or our opinions. Many American, like you, me and all our friends, simply want to recognize that the vast majority of Americans supports our troops.

The idea of showing solidarity and support for our troops with dignity and respect starts this Friday, and continues each and every Friday until the troops all come home, sending a deafening message that.. Every red-blooded American who supports our men and women afar will wear something red.

By word of mouth, press, TV, let's make the United States on every Friday a sea of red.

If every one of us who loves this country will share this with acquaintances, co-workers, friends, and family. It will not be long before the USA is covered in RED and it will let our troops know the once 'silent' majority is on their side more than ever; certainly more than the media lets on.

The first thing a soldier says when asked 'What can we do to make things better for you?' is...We need your support and your prayers.

Let's get the word out and lead with class and dignity, by example; and wear something red every Friday.

Thank you.
God Bless.

The United States should take advantage of the latest blow to Assad's inner circle, hastening his demise while preventing worst-case follow-on events.

Today's apparent assassination of top military officials in Syria marks a new and possibly decisive phase in the civil war between Bashar al-Assad's regime and the broad, loosely coordinated, but clearly potent opposition. For the United States, this turn of events should shift the policy discussion from a UN debate over renewal of the ineffectual Annan peacekeeping mission to ways of exploiting the disarray, namely by pressing Assad to leave power while avoiding outcomes such as chaos, ethnic bloodbath, or jihadist takeover.

With at least three of the eight targeted military leaders apparently dead, the Damascus bombing will almost certainly be a major blow to the regime's ability to conduct its war against the Syrian people. The impact will be felt both operationally and psychologically, with the potential for cascading problems in conducting military actions across the country. The surviving leadership will have to rebuild a command structure in an environment where increasing numbers of military officers and civilian supporters are likely to see the assassinations as the writing on the wall for the regime and begin to seek alternatives for their own survival. Depending on whether the regime is able to steady itself quickly, the incident could also provide an opportunity for opposition forces to press ahead with creating safe zones in various parts of the country, or even to take decisive action against Assad.


The decimating of Syria's top security leadership clearly moves the goalposts for U.S. policy. Assad's near-term demise, while not assured, is now more likely than ever, and if it comes to pass, it will have been achieved by the courage and ingenuity of Syrian opposition forces. For some in Washington, this will validate both the arm's-length approach the Obama administration has taken to the idea of more direct involvement in the anti-Assad effort and its reliance on economic sanctions and diplomatic isolation. In reality, though, Assad's demise will have come because of armed action by Syrians, not outside measures that came months later than necessary and at the cost of thousands of innocent lives and the potential for greater radicalization in his wake.

But Assad is not yet gone. To facilitate his fall, U.S. policy must now shift gears away from the diplomatic ballet over the Annan mission, the covert effort to support the arming of opposition elements, and the low-intensity effort to organize the Syrian political opposition (via the equally unwieldy collection of nearly a hundred countries in the "Friends of the Syrian People" group). Instead, Washington should build on the Damascus attack to hasten the regime's collapse, focusing on the dangerous period marked by Assad's last stand and the emergence of whatever comes next.

Specifically, the administration should do the following:

* In coordination with key allies, urge Assad both publicly and privately to leave for exile with his remaining family while he still has a chance to avoid the fate of Muammar Qadhafi and Saddam Hussein.

* Privately urge Iran and Russia to remove any residual military presence in Syria.

* Convene leaders of the Syrian opposition (both civilian and military) and key "Friends of Syria" (e.g., Turkey, Saudi Arabia, and major European powers) to discuss a blueprint for the endgame, including the formation of a successor government-in-waiting. Neither Russia nor Iran should be invited. This is as much political theater as practical policymaking, given that the goal at the moment should be to drive an ever-deeper wedge between Assad and his shrinking circle of support, especially among Alawites outside his clan and his remaining Sunni collaborators.

* Work with the Syrian opposition, the Arab League, and Turkey to issue a statement offering specific commitments to the protection of Syrian minorities in the event of Assad's departure, with reference to Alawites, Christians, Kurds, and Druze.

* Dispatch military/security officials to consult with Syria's neighbors -- Turkey, Iraq, Lebanon, Jordan, and Israel -- in a high-profile display of coordination to warn Assad against a desperate, last-chance external adventure.

* Begin intensive preparations for the deployment of an international stabilization and humanitarian support force designed to reduce the risks associated with post-Assad transition. Its mission should include securing and possibly removing Syria's chemical weapons stocks, supporting the successor government's efforts to prevent violent retribution against Alawites and others perceived as pro-Assad, and providing humanitarian assistance. The latter element should include medical care (on hospital ships and onshore) and other aid to Syrians who suffered during the regime's brutal crackdown, as well as assisting in the repatriation of Syrian refugees in Turkey, Lebanon, and Jordan. Although this could eventually become a UN-sanctioned operation, it is important for the United States to take the lead in defining the mission with key allies as soon as possible.

More generally, Washington now has the opportunity to apply the difficult and often painful lessons learned from political transitions elsewhere in the Middle East over the past eighteen months. While the arc of Syria's history may be bending toward justice -- paraphrasing President Obama's comments after Egyptian revolutionaries forced Hosni Mubarak out in 2011 -- transitions in the Middle East have produced not just popular governments, but also regression in minority rights (Egypt), weapons proliferation (Libya), and the empowerment of political movements long critical of U.S. policy in the region -- let alone the emergence of horrific, Taliban-style rule in Mali.

Despite not giving the opposition the material support it has wanted, the United States has avoided damaging its position among Syrians the way Russia has. If the Assad regime is truly on the edge, the Obama administration has been gifted the opportunity to help shape the transition in a way that limits the potential for negative outcomes and, along the way, bolsters America's standing in a post-Assad Syria.


Harvard to Host Conference Promoting Israel's Destruction

On March 3-4, Harvard will host a two-day conference at the Kennedy School of Government focused, in effect, on dismantling the Jewish state of Israel. A number of student groups and others associated with Harvard are sponsoring “One State Conference: Israel/Palestine and the One State Solution.”

Those who promote a one-state “solution” advocate creating an entity which would, through its merger with the Palestinian Arab population of the West Bank and Gaza and an influx of Palestinians from neighboring states, lose its Jewish majority and its Jewish character. In effect, Jewish self-determination would be nullified.

According to the working definition of anti-Semitism developed by the European Union Agency for Fundamental Rights (FRA), and recognized by the United States Department of State, the One State Conference, in implicitly “denying the Jewish people their right to self-determination,” is an exercise in anti-Semitism.

In a conversation recorded on February 9, 2012 at Imperial College in London, even Norman Finkelstein, who describes himself as having devoted his life to the cause of the Palestinians, told his interviewer, “You know and I know exactly what we're talking about because if we end the occupation, and we bring back 6 million Palestinians, and we have equal rights for Arabs and Jews, there's no Israel. That's what it's really about.”

The “Vision & Goals” section of the conference website states:

To date, the only Israel/Palestine solution that has received a fair rehearsal in mainstream forums has been the two-state solution. Our conference will help to expand the range of academic debate on this issue. Thus, our main goal is to educate ourselves and others about the possible contours of a one-state solution and the challenges that stand in the way of its realization.

Conference speakers and organizers include extreme anti-Israel academics, the founder of Electronic Intifada, members of the radical Jewish Voice for Peace and an ex-PLO spokesperson. No one even remotely sympathetic to Israel appears to be affiliated with the conference.

The Kennedy School's own notorious Stephen Walt, author of The Israel Lobby and U.S. Foreign Policy, a work discredited for its shoddy scholarship and bigoted charges against American supporters of Israel, joins other Harvard figures, including law school professor Duncan Kennedy, in lending the event the imprimatur of the institution.

The One State Conference website boasts the logo of Harvard's Kennedy School of Government and has been in the planning for a year. According to The Jewish Advocate, Kennedy School Dean David T. Ellwood released a statement, saying:

I want to emphasize once again that Harvard University and the Harvard Kennedy School in no way endorses or supports the apparent position of these student organizers or any participants they include. We hope that the final shape of the conference will be significantly more balanced.

Furthermore, the university is quoted saying that the event is being at least partially underwritten by “modest” funds set aside for student activities. According to Melodie Jackson, Associate Dean for Communications, also quoted in The Jewish Advocate: “Generally administrators try to be supportive of student ideas for events that they are planning.”

Increasingly, assaults on Israel's legitimacy and survival are promoted by academics, including at the nation's most prestigious universities.

Anti-Semitism and Sham Scholarship

Another element in the State Department-recognized working definition of anti-Semitism is “drawing comparisons of contemporary Israeli policy to that of the Nazis.” That is also likely to occur at the conference. Scheduled speaker Ali Abunimah has previously compared Israel to Nazis, and similar statements have been made by others. Conference organizer Ahmed Moor also accuses Jews of racism asserting, “Many Israelis and Jewish people are weaned on the idea of Jewish exceptionalism.” Marc Ellis likens Jews to Nazis and to the Egyptians of the Passover tale.

This sort of anti-Israel, anti-Semitic invective, masquerading as education, has become commonplace at these conferences. Far from being scholarly, however, many of the scheduled speakers are of dubious academic integrity and frequently disseminate misinformation and false narratives about Israel and Jews. For example:

·                     Ali Abunimah has intentionally understated Hamas violence and disseminated false quotations to make Israeli leaders appear cruel.

·                     Diana Buttu has repeatedly and falsely understated the extent of Palestinian terrorist violence and mischaracterized international law. She has even gone so far as to claim that Hamas rockets have no explosive head. This is an obvious falsehood.

·                     Marc Ellis wrote a column describing how a Palestinian friend of his was murdered because Jewish settlers coveted her family's land, falsely implying she was killed by Jews when, in fact, her murderer was an Arab. Ellis is currently defending himself against charges by Baylor University that could lead to his dismissal.

·                     Leila Farsakh falsely asserted in a French newspaper that the PLO had agreed to share land with Israel in 1974. The truth is that in 1974, the PLO reaffirmed its rejection of a land-for-peace deal in what is known as the “Phased Plan” for the destruction of Israel.

·                     Ilan Pappé repeatedly published a fabricated quotation to make David Ben-Gurion appear to endorse ethnic cleansing. Pappé has so little regard for historical facts, he freely admits “I am not as interested in what happened as in how people see what's happened.”

·                     Nadim Rouhana was denied tenure at Boston College due to the insufficient quality of his scholarship.

·                     Stephen Walt is best known for his book, written with John Mearsheimer, The Israel Lobby and U.S. Foreign Policy. The book, which claims American Jews are a fifth column that controls American policy for the benefit of Israel, is little more than a rehash of classic anti-Semitic tropes which is also rife with falsehoods.

Denying the Jewish People Their Right to Self-Determination

The “One State Conference” seeks to promote the destruction of Israel's Jewish character. Conference organizer Ahmed Moor says as much in a piece he wrote for the Huffington Post entitled, “Israel's Jewish Character Is Subject for Debate.”

The conference will feature a number of panels. Panel 7 deals with cultural identity, asking “What role should the state play in the maintenance of the national groups' identities? Will it be necessary to forge a new, shared identity in the new state?” It is interesting that this question should be addressed without a single pro-Israel panelist participating.

In addition, this is how the third panel is described on the website:

Many people with an intimate understanding of the Palestinian-Israeli conflict insist that the one-state solution is wholly impossible to implement. Worse, it is a recipe for protracted ethnic bloodshed. Could that be true?

Could it? Let's examine this issue. With a Jewish minority in Israel, Jews would face the same fate as ethnic and religious minorities in other Arab countries. For example:

·                     According to human rights activist and former Dutch parliamentarian Ayaan Hirsi Ali, The Sudanese government's sustained persecution of religious minorities culminated in the genocide in Darfur that began in 2003. Sudan's president, Omar al-Bashir, has been indicted by the International Criminal Court in The Hague, which charged him with three counts of genocide, and still the violence rages on.

·                     Saudi Arabia bars all public expressions of religion other than Wahhabi Islam and prohibits all non-Muslim houses of worship. Saudi police recently raided a private home and arrested 35 Christians who had gathered simply to pray.

·                     For decades, Coptic Christians have been second class citizens in Egypt where the building or even routine maintenance of a church was illegal, but since the fall of Hosni Mubarak violence against Christians has surged. Recently thousands of Muslims went on a rampage, attacking Copts, burning and looting Coptic homes and shops.

·                     In Iraq, church bombings are increasingly common. Since June of 2004, 70 churches have been bombed. Thousands have been killed and nearly one half of Iraqi Christians have fled the country.

·                     In Tunisia, the dominant political party, Ennahda, plans to institute Shariah law.

·                     In Libya, the head of the Tripoli Military Council once led an Islamic militia with links to al-Qaida. He intends to run for office in upcoming elections which makes Christians uneasy.

·                     Christians in Yemen are subject to abuse when they openly embrace their Christianity, with men being beaten and women harassed. They are not allowed even to bury their dead in the capital of Sana'a where all cemeteries are strictly Muslim.

·                     Since Hamas took over Gaza in 2007, the Christian community has been facing severe persecution, afraid to practice their religion publicly. In November of that year, a Christian bookstore was bombed and the store's manager tortured and murdered.

Harvard Pushing Propaganda

Perhaps little should be expected from Harvard when it comes to the subject of the Middle East. Harvard's Middle East Outreach Center, charged with providing curriculum materials to middle and high schools, has distinguished itself mostly by disseminating propaganda instead of scholarship. In addition, Harvard accepts millions in funding from Saudi Arabian princes and other wealthy Arab donors.

Even so, Harvard's Kennedy School Dean David T. Ellwood states, “Our mission is to train enlightened public leaders and generate the ideas that provide solutions to our most challenging public problems.” This conference is not likely to further that endeavor.

March 19 2011. With the passage of United Natons Security Council resolution 1973, the United States is set to go to war against Libya. By bowing to the will of the U.N. Security Council, President Obama is diluting the sovereign power of the United States. Only the US Congress can sanction a war. 

Collaboration Between Leftists And Islamists.

Libya is a becoming an obstacle in the creation of the fundamentalists' "caliphate." The Obama Administration is making a huge mistake in getting involved in a local conflict, in the internal affairs of an islamic nation that does not share much with our values, principles or goals.   

READ:   Being a Hilltop Youth

By Kalman Liebskind


SAUDI's Future. posted February 21 st 2010:

The SAUDI Kingdom may be next to fall. Then Islamic fundamentalists will blackmail Europe to accept MILLIONS of new immigrants and later impose Sharia law. Not fiction, but a REAL possibility.
The USA is also under attack, we need a common front; Israel and world Judaism, Italy and world Catholicism, USA and world Christianity.
Join ud today !
North Atlantic League 
Moment of truth for Unions. Following attack, leftists must decide whether they're 'useful idiots' in the hands of the enemies of America or self=aware CITIZENS. 

Assaf Wohl


Islamists Target King Over Radicalization Hearing

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From GOPTrust (edited):

The battle to reign in public sector unions in Wisconsin is becoming an important issue for fiscal conservatives in decades.  Many of the unions are run by central planners in high places, they may have access to billions, like Soros, but are socialists and this is part of the conflict they have been planning for some time now.  Union thuggery and intimidation is one of the Obama master puppeteers to help their boy hang on to his presidency and ensure the permanent expansion of the federal government and the people infiltrated in low and high places there.  We need a plan to stop them. If Governor Scott Walker is successful in reigning in the government employee union's collective bargaining power and forcing them to pay their fair share of pension and healthcare contributions dozens of states will follow in his wake.  Ohio has already started! 14 Democrat lawmakers have cowardly fled Wisconsin and stalled progress.  The Wisconsin GOP has the votes to pass the bill but they need at least 1 of the gutless Democrats to be present to vote on the bill.  We have a message to the run-a-way Democrats - DO YOUR JOB!!  Some of our partners are preparing ads right now that will make them face their voters. Lacking political courage, Democrats in Indiana are copying the run-a-way Wisconsin Democrat lawmakers by fleeing their state to block voting on their own bill.  Other states are following suit.  Legislators in Ohio, Tennessee and Nevada introduced labor bills in their own states. Legislators in other states including Florida are in the process of putting their legislative proposals together. The unions have been a drain on state budgets for too long - it is time to reign in the madness and stand up for the American dream. If we don't stop the madness, Obama will be reelected and Democrats will take back the House and continue to own the U.S. Senate. With your help we will expose the people behind these unions and fight back and get the public on our side.States like Wisconsin and Ohio are facing a $3.6 billion and an $8 billion dollar budget gap respectively.  States all across the country are facing unmanageable debt.  The only way for them to address this debt without implementing massive tax increases is to address out of control spending due in large part to the un-fundable handouts given to public sector unions. STOP THE SOCIALIST AGENDA . Join N. A. L. 

Islamists Target King Over Radicalization Hearing

by IPT News  •  Mar 9, 2011 at 10:24 pm

Police and federal agents say House Homeland Security Committee Chairman Peter King (R-NY) is correct in saying they don't get many tips from Muslims. In interviews with the New York Daily News, counterterrorism and intelligence officials with the FBI and NYPD explained some of the similarities - and differences - between radical Islamists and criminal organizations like the Mafia, drug cartels and the MS-13.

"Criminals are criminals. It gets dicier because Muslim extremists wrap their work in religion, but the smokescreens, the silence and intimidation are similar," an FBI source said. What makes Islamist terror different "is the risk – the extent of the damage, the number of people who can get hurt."

Islamist groups like the Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR) and the Muslim American Society (MAS) deride King for investigating radical Islam in the United States, calling Thursday's hearing a "political stunt" by a lawmaker who is biased against Muslims.

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Islamists Target King Over Radicalization Hearing

by IPT News  •  Mar 9, 2011 at 10:24 pm

Police and federal agents say House Homeland Security Committee Chairman Peter King (R-NY) is correct in saying they don't get many tips from Muslims. In interviews with the New York Daily News, counterterrorism and intelligence officials with the FBI and NYPD explained some of the similarities - and differences - between radical Islamists and criminal organizations like the Mafia, drug cartels and the MS-13.

"Criminals are criminals. It gets dicier because Muslim extremists wrap their work in religion, but the smokescreens, the silence and intimidation are similar," an FBI source said. What makes Islamist terror different "is the risk – the extent of the damage, the number of people who can get hurt."

Islamist groups like the Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR) and the Muslim American Society (MAS) deride King for investigating radical Islam in the United States, calling Thursday's hearing a "political stunt" by a lawmaker who is biased against Muslims.

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Islamists Target King Over Radicalization Hearing

by IPT News  •  Mar 9, 2011 at 10:24 pm

Police and federal agents say House Homeland Security Committee Chairman Peter King (R-NY) is correct in saying they don't get many tips from Muslims. In interviews with the New York Daily News, counterterrorism and intelligence officials with the FBI and NYPD explained some of the similarities - and differences - between radical Islamists and criminal organizations like the Mafia, drug cartels and the MS-13.

"Criminals are criminals. It gets dicier because Muslim extremists wrap their work in religion, but the smokescreens, the silence and intimidation are similar," an FBI source said. What makes Islamist terror different "is the risk – the extent of the damage, the number of people who can get hurt."

Islamist groups like the Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR) and the Muslim American Society (MAS) deride King for investigating radical Islam in the United States, calling Thursday's hearing a "political stunt" by a lawmaker who is biased against Muslims.

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Islamists Target King Over Radicalization Hearing

by IPT News  •  Mar 9, 2011 at 10:24 pm

Police and federal agents say House Homeland Security Committee Chairman Peter King (R-NY) is correct in saying they don't get many tips from Muslims. In interviews with the New York Daily News, counterterrorism and intelligence officials with the FBI and NYPD explained some of the similarities - and differences - between radical Islamists and criminal organizations like the Mafia, drug cartels and the MS-13.

"Criminals are criminals. It gets dicier because Muslim extremists wrap their work in religion, but the smokescreens, the silence and intimidation are similar," an FBI source said. What makes Islamist terror different "is the risk – the extent of the damage, the number of people who can get hurt."

Islamist groups like the Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR) and the Muslim American Society (MAS) deride King for investigating radical Islam in the United States, calling Thursday's hearing a "political stunt" by a lawmaker who is biased against Muslims.

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The Obama administration’s handling of Egypt reveals a level of incompetence that renders the U.S. - and the entire world – a more dangerous place. In the early days of the protests in Egypt, the terrorist group Muslim Brotherhood stayed on the sidelines. This was out of fear that Mubarak would come for them, and well he should have considering the Brotherhood has tried to assassinate him in the past. The moment Obama turned on Mubarak, the Muslim Brotherhood officially joined the protests and began organizing the opposition.

Meanwhile, Leftist groups in the U.S., which are allied with Obama, were already angling to help the Muslim Brotherhood in its quest for at least a share of the power in Egypt.


Mr. Obama you are NO Ronald Reagan, not even close

By Guido George Lombardi
I cannot believe the absurd statements made recently by so-called political commentators who try to find parallels between Barack Obama and Ronald Reagan. The two men could not be more opposite. Let's face it, President Reagan stood tall and strong against this nation and the West worst enemy: International Communism, at that time enbodied in the former Soviet Union. Since President Reagan early days in politics, even as representative of the actors workers union, he always recognized communist ideology for what it is, an evil, distorted view of man and the world, and a political system that enslaves people and nations on the false promise of a utopian man-made, materialistic, atheistic world. Mr. Obama does the opposite, it tries to please our enemies, islamic fundamentalists, bent on destroying Judeo-Christian values and culture. Mr. Obama has been and continues to be, in word and in fact (apponting extreme liberals, even radicals to important posts in the US Governments and its agencies), a lover of radical men, women and causes, let's call them by their old name : communists. Ronald Reagan was a deeply religious man, proud of his evangelical tradition and his Judeo-Christian heritage, certainly not a pro-islamic activist like Mr. Obama and his family.
President Reagan displayed courage but also love, courage and strenght in dealing with evil, love when confronting those who admitted to their mistakes and wanted genuine reconciliation.
We could write hundreds of pages on the fundamental differences between these two men, and I hope many of you who read these lines will do so (better than me), but for whoever met and lived at the time of one of the greatest Presidents we ever had in this United States of America we know that you, Mr. Obama are no Ronald Reagan.  :
Rob Graham
UK: The "Prevent" Strategy Flops
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Body of Kidnapped Italian (pro Hamas) Activist Found in Gaza, (killed by Hamas rival faction)


Former Mossad Chief Speaks Out

posted Jun 2, 2011, 7:55 AM by Guidogeorge Lombardi

Less than six months after completing a celebrated term as director of the Mossad, during which he took pains to maintain complete silence, former Mossad director Meir Dagan said yesterday that, “it is important for ex-officials to make their opinions known.” It wasn‟t the first time Dagan has spoken out since leaving office, but yesterday at Tel Aviv University he let his opinions be known as never before.
Clash with Hizbullah: “Hizbullah has the military capability of a sovereign country, even more than some of the countries in the region. They have the ability to strike every inch of Israel‟s territory, and they will not differentiate between military and civilian targets. If you go to war, you don‟t know how you‟re going to come out of it.”
Israeli leadership: “The challenge of leadership is very problematic and complicated…Today‟s leadership does not connect with responsibility…Recently the leadership has failed to put forth a vision…Israel must present an initiative to the Palestinians. We have no other way, and not because they are my top priority, but because I am concerned about Israel‟s wellbeing and I want to do what I can to ensure Israel‟s existence. If we don‟t make proposals and if we don‟t take the initiative, we will eventually find ourselves in a corner.”
Palestinian reconciliation: “The connection between Fatah and Hamas is problematic and presents the State of Israel with a very difficult dilemma…we will have to wait and watch things develop. I don‟t think this is an historic alliance.” “The call to bring kidnapped soldier Gilad Shalit home at any price is something the country cannot do. I am opposed to the current proposal. It is a very hard dilemma.‟

When Israel will fight Iran and Palestinians

posted May 31, 2011, 7:30 AM by Guidogeorge Lombardi

The time is now. Read on how Obama plans war to be re-elected. May 31, 2011Ynet News

IDF Chief of Staff: Army gearing up for mass riots

IDF Chief of Staff Benny Gantz addressed the various threats Israel faces amid unrest in the Middle East on Tuesday. Speaking at the Knesset's Foreign Affairs and Defense Committee Gantz said that while past threats were still relevant, new ones present challenges to the IDF in handling numerous fronts under a tight timetable. "There's a new player in the Middle East - the street," he noted. "The IDF has drawn lessons from the Nakba Day events and knows it may find itself facing large-scale popular protests in the coming months. The IDF is preparing for demonstrations in the West Bank, the Gaza strip and Israel's borders by training relevant forces, forming the right MO and readying equipment. These threats warrant an extended budget framework for the security establishment." 

 Palestinians organizing June 5th "Naksa Day" protests

In another week the Palestinians will mark June 5, which is known as Naksa Day, to commemorate the

naksa or setback of the Six-Day War. Palestinians are now being asked to march on Israel’s borders, and they are trying once again to enlist masses of demonstrators who will intensify this event and turn it into a recapitulation of the Nakba Day events, only more successful.


Arab League to seek full UN membership for Palestinian state

An Arab League committee decided on Saturday to seek full UN membership for a Palestinian state in the Gaza Strip and the West Bank, with East Jerusalem as its capital, it said in a statement. The Arab League's peace process follow-up committee said it would request membership for the state of Palestine at the UN General Assembly's meeting in New York in September. Earlier on Saturday, Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas said there were "no shared foundations" for peace talks with PM Benjamin Netanyahu and seeking UN recognition of Palestinian statehood was his only option.


PM: Israel cannot prevent UN recognition of Palestinian state

"No one has the power to stop the decision to recognize a Palestinian state in the UN General Assembly in September," Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu said Monday. "It can also be possible to make the decision there that the world is flat… We have no way to obstruct the UN decision," Netanyahu said, but warned that that the Palestinians will not succeed in their efforts in the UN Security Council. "It is impossible to recognize a Palestinian state without passing through the Security Council and such a move is bound to fail."

On Friday, the president of the United Nations General Assembly said there was no way that a Palestinian state could become a member of the United Nations without a recommendation from the Security Council.


Jerusalem continues to become more religious

The Central Bureau of Statistics’ figures leave no room for doubt: Jerusalem 2011 is more Haredi, more Arab and has particularly high negative immigration percentages. The data, which were released yesterday to mark Jerusalem Day which falls tomorrow, show that whereas the general population of Jerusalem is growing (789,000 people), the percentage of secular is shrinking and comes to 31.1%, numbering only 247,000 (In 2004 – seculars numbered 261,000, 37% of the population).

On the other hand, the number of Haredim and Arabs has risen. Today the number of Haredim in the capital is 245,000 people (30.9%), in contrast to 2004 when their number was only 204,000 (29%).

The percentage of Arab residents has also increased significantly. As of 2010, the Arab population is 273,000 residents (35%) compared to 2004, when their number was about 220,000 (31%).

(by Yossi Eli)

Yedioth Ahronoth

The Value of the Settlements: USD 18,793,513,125

The participants at a special meeting that was held about three years ago in the Prime Minister’s Office received a first-of-its-kind report: basically, it was the first study ever prepared in Israel, with government funding, on the settlement enterprise. The report that they received estimated, in minute detail, the value of each settlement and every community beyond the Green Line—from places like Oranit and Har Adar located on the border, to large cities like Ariel and Maale Adumim to tiny settlements like Avnat or Neguhot.

A price (in dollars) was determined, in this unique report, for each and every home and every public property in each of the 123 cities and communities located beyond the Green Line. This was in order to prepare the economic basis for the evacuation-compensation bill, for a possible future scenario of evacuation or of a land swap. The report did not address the illegal outposts. According to the report’s data, there was significant development in the overall cost of the settlement enterprise over the years: In 2004 the overall value of the settlements was estimated at USD 12.7 billion, in 2010 it soared to USD 17.5 billion and in May 2011, it came to USD 18.8 billion.

(by Shosh Mula and Ofer Petersburg)


Olmert begins testifying, declares 'I am fighting for my life'

Former Prime Minister Ehud Olmert began testifying Tuesday at the Jerusalem District Court, opening the defense phase of the ongoing corruption trial against him. As he took the stand as the first defense witness, Olmert began to tell the judges his life story. When they tried to cut him off and direct him toward the issue at hand, Olmert said: "Maybe these sound like stories from a distant past, but they have to do with who I am and what I represented, not the person that they are making me out to be… I am fighting for my life here and nothing else."

Over several court sessions, Olmert will respond to the three main charges against him: double-billing nonprofits for the same overseas flights and using the surplus to fund personal vacations, receiving cash-filled envelopes from American Jewish businessman Morris Talansky, and improperly interfering in decisions at the Industry Ministry's Investment Center. Most of the alleged offenses occurred while he was either industry minister or finance minister.

(by Nir Hasson) 4

New York Times

Inspectors Pierce Iran's Cloak of Nuclear Secrecy

The International Atomic Energy Agency last week presented a report to its board that laid out new information on what it calls "possible military dimensions" of Iran's nuclear program. The report raised questions about whether Iran has sought to investigate seven different kinds of technology ranging from atomic triggers and detonators to uranium fuel. Together, the technologies could make a type of atom bomb known as an implosion device, which is what senior staff members of the IAEA have warned that Iran is able to build.

(by William J. Broad)

Jerusalem Post

MK Ya'alon: Military strike may be needed to stop Iran nukes

Strategic Affairs Minister Moshe Ya'alon called on the world to prevent Iran from obtaining nuclear weapons, by all means necessary, including a military strike, the Associated Press reported on Monday. Ya'alon made the comments in an interview to Russian news agency Interfax ahead of a visit to Moscow. "We strongly hope that the entire civilized world will come to realize what threat this regime is posing and take joint action to avert the nuclear threat posed by Iran, even if it would be necessary to conduct a pre-emptive strike," Yaalon said.

Yedioth Ahronoth

Al-Qaida in Sinai

Israel has been monitoring events in Sinai with concern: in light of reports about an infiltration of al-Qaida and Palestinian terror elements, Israel fears that the Egyptians have lost control over the peninsula. The Arabic-language newspapers,

Al-Hayat and Asharq al-Awsat, reported yesterday that Egyptian security forces were currently looking for 400 al-Qaida activists who are suspected of carrying out a number of attacks on Egyptian army bases and outposts in Egyptian Rafah and in el-Arish. The activists are reportedly planning more acts of terror in Sinai.

Yedioth Ahronoth

Europe Invests in Israeli Desalination

The European Investment Bank signed a financing agreement to facilitate the construction of a desalination plant at the mouth of the Soreq river, providing EUR 142 million. The desalination plant will have production capacity of 150 million cubic meters water annually. The bank also helped finance the construction of the desalination plant in Hadera at a cost of UER 130 million.

(by Eldad Beck)


Israel’s AG to investigate Ofer brothers over Iran ties

Israel's attorney general is investigating the Ofer Brothers Group, which was sanctioned for its role in providing a tanker valued at $8.65 million to an Iranian shipping company; the brothers deny knowledge of involvement in the sale, saying the ship had been sold to a third party before it was sold to Iran. At least eight ships belonging to companies owned by the Ofer group are also alleged to have docked in Iranian ports to load and offload cargo in recent years, according to reports.


Reuters – May 29, 2011

For Israelis, "defensible" border means more land

By Dan Williams

To ask Israeli officials how the border with a future Palestine should look is to invite a deluge of data -- from the regional military balance, to topographical surveys, to intelligence projections on Hamas strength. But no one will map it out. For while Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has refused any return to the "indefensible" lines held before the West Bank's occupation in the 1967 war, the Israelis themselves have no ready alternative to hand.

The issue was at the center of a White House spat last week between Netanyahu and U.S. President Barack Obama, who in an unprecedented step proposed publicly the 1967 boundaries serve as the basis for delineating the Palestinian state.

"Is there some kind of borders chart that can be whipped out and presented now? No," said Yosef Kuperwasser, a former chief military intelligence analyst who now serves as director-general of Israel's Strategic Affairs Ministry. Such planning, he argued, is impossible given the nebulous menaces of a Middle East in upheaval and of the Palestinian polity, which has balked at Netanyahu's peacemaking terms that include recognition of Israel as a Jewish state. "We can't have a map until we know what the solutions will be, in terms of both strategic security and the philosophical security of being assured that the Palestinians have ceased to be even a prospective source of hostility," Kupperwasser said.

The Netanyahu government's sequencing promises to bedevil U.S. peace mediation that seeks to set borders before other core disputes -- such as Jerusalem's status and the future of Palestinian refugees -- are tackled.

Palestinians, and Netanyahu's domestic critics, see in his rejection of the pre-1967 lines a right-wing legerdemain designed to scrap draft territorial deals of previous Israeli governments and prepare for sweeping West Bank annexations. While Israel's hope of keeping swathes of its West Bank settlements under an accord would appear to have been met by U.S. and Palestinian calls for "mutually agreed swaps" of land, this falls far short of satisfying Netanyahu's defense doctrine.

Like his predecessors, Netanyahu insists the Palestinian state be demilitarized and that Israel have free access to its airspace and control of sensitive communications frequencies.


The worst-case scenario posited by Netanyahu advisers and confidants for the post-withdrawal West Bank, meanwhile, recalls the pan-Arab mobilizations in 1967 against a fledgling Israel just 10 miles wide at its coastal heartland:

Once U.S. forces leave Iraq, it could close ranks with Iran and send tanks toward Israel; the buffer offered by Jordan might not hold, especially if revolutions seen in Egypt and Tunisia reach Amman; the West Bank would risk becoming a springboard for Palestinian militants, bolstered by Arab armies as well as the Hezbollah and Hamas guerrillas to Israel's north and south.


More immediately, Israel's commercial hub of Tel Aviv and nearby Ben-Gurion Airport, its international gateway, could be paralyzed should Palestinian rocket and mortar crews have the run of the West Bank highlands overlooking them.

"Israel cannot base itself on a snapshot of reality in 2011," said Dore Gold, a former Israeli ambassador to the United Nations who accompanied Netanyahu to Washington as a consultant. "No one can guarantee, for Israel, which regimes to the east will be in power in five years' time."

Past Palestinian land offers to Israel had amounted to single-figure percentages of the West Bank -- enough, Gold said, to take in settlements but not to ensure national security.

How much might that require? Gold, like Kupperwasser and other officials, would not be drawn on figures. But he said Israel would be hard put to compensate the Palestinians. "You would have to carve out from the living flesh of Israel -- roads, kibbutzim, military bases," he said.

Shaul Arieli, a center-left peace activist who in the late 1990s served as a military consultant under first-term premier Netanyahu, said Israeli negotiators' maps then called for a 40 percent West Bank annexation.

That has likely been pared down to between 15 percent and 20 percent due to Netanyahu's current openness to keeping a minimal Israeli military garrison in the Jordan Valley, Arieli said: "In any event, Israel does not have land that it can give up in exchange for anything more than a 3 percent swap."

Though few dispute the region's volatility, Netanyahu's views are challenged by experts who say they play down Israel's military primacy and the corrosion caused to its demographics and international legitimacy by remaining mired over Palestine.

"Any border the political echelon sets as the State of Israel's border is a border that the Israel Defense Forces would be capable of defending," said Dan Halutz, a former military chief now aligned with the centrist opposition party Kadima.

"Of course I wouldn't rule out that we must prepare for the possibility of tanks being lined up on the border, but the kind of wars being waged in recent years do not have a territorial dimension as much as an aerial one," he told Israeli television.

Military historian Martin van Creveld credited Israel's current containment of Hezbollah, Hamas and Syria to its superior arms and said these could be brought to bear in turning the kidney-shaped West Bank into a "noose" for any Arab invader.

"It is crystal-clear that Israel can easily afford to give up the West Bank," he wrote in the Jewish Daily Forward. "Strategically speaking, the risk of doing so is negligible. What is not negligible is the demographic, social, cultural and political challenge" of maintaining the West Bank occupation.


Ha’aretz – May 30, 2011

Obama is preventing a solution to Mideast peace

Obama is trapped in a worldview that has become obsolete. He believes that Israel and the Palestinians must and can reach a final-status agreement that will solve all the issues.

By Gidi Grinstein, Founder and President of the Reut Institute

President Barack Obama is unable to succeed. He tries and misses. He wants to bless the peace process and ends up cursing it. Another chapter in this sad story was written last week when the president once again channeled the sides into the dead end of a final-status agreement, while standing in the way of the establishment of a Palestinian state - the only chance for diplomatic progress between Israel and the Palestinians.

His intentions were good: to anchor the principle of two states for two peoples, which ostensibly is acceptable to both the Israeli and Palestinian leaderships. Obama shared his goodwill: He gave the Palestinians 1967 and the Israelis recognition of Israel's Jewishness. He called on both sides to return to negotiations on a final-status agreement, while stating his opposition to the declaration of a Palestinian state at the United Nations in September.

But there's a catch. Since the Hamas victory in the January 2006 elections, there is not and cannot be a Palestinian partner to such a diplomatic process. On the one hand, a Palestine that includes Hamas, which refuses to recognize Israel and existing agreements, cannot be a partner to negotiations on a final-status agreement. On the other hand, without Hamas, the Palestinian system lacks internal legitimacy, which prevents a historic concession. That's why all the calls out of Washington, Brussels and Jerusalem for a renewal of talks between Israel and the Palestinians are hollow, and the negotiations that were conducted during the Annapolis process had no chance of success in the first place.

Only one format is likely to enable progress to a permanent situation based on the principle of two states for two peoples: coordinated unilateral steps based on understanding and quiet cooperation. That's how the Palestinian Authority's institutions were established in recent years, with security achieved in Judea and Samaria and economic growth in the West Bank. Despite this significant progress, the array of possible agreements and cooperation among Israel, the PA in the West Bank and the United States is far from exhausted. The upcoming declaration of a Palestinian state at the United Nations in September should be seen in this context.

[…] Obama is missing the opportunity under his nose; a declaration of a Palestinian state in September includes the possibility of a diplomatic breakthrough as well as significant advantages for Israel. The establishment of such a state will help anchor the principle of two states for two peoples, shape the permanent situation with Israel controlling the security assets and the new state's surroundings, and diminish the refugee problem by marginalizing UNRWA and limiting refugee status.

Despite Obama's speeches, the diplomatic process will remain at a dead end as the moment of decision in September approaches. Then the United States will have another opportunity to do

the right thing: to ensure that the establishment of a Palestinian state conforms to Israel's needs

ead on and you'll see the time is quickly approacing of a major confrontation. That is OBAMA's master plan to get re-elected.

Obama adopts Arafat's plan for Israel's destruction

posted May 23, 2011, 1:25 AM by Guidogeorge Lombardi

Israeli official: "Speech shows disconnect from Israel's reality"

U.S. President Barack Obama does not understand the reality of Israel's situation, a senior Israeli official said on Friday, just as Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu arrived in Washington D.C. ahead of his meeting with the American president. "The prime minister's tough response expresses the disappointment with the absence of central issues that Israel demanded, chiefly the refugee (issue)," he added. Tensions between Israel and the U.S., already strained by a lengthy stall in Mideast peace talks, seemed to reach fever pitch following Obama's speech, and ahead of Netanyahu's planned address to Congress next week. Earlier Friday, the New York Times reported that the American president had told his close aides that he did not believe that Netanyahu would be able to make the concessions necessary to strike a peace deal that would even the Palestinian-Israeli conflict.


Likud MK: Obama adopted Arafat's plan for Israel's destruction

Likud MK Danny Danon on Thursday said that "Barack Hussein Obama adopted the staged plan for Israel's destruction of Yasser Arafat, and he is trying to force it on our prime minister," referring to the US president's Middle East speech in which he called for the creation of a Palestinian State on the 1967 lines with agreed upon land swaps. "All that was new in the speech was that he called for Israel to return to 1967 borders without solving the crisis. Netanyahu has only one option: To tell Obama forget about it," Danon stated.

The Hispanic Vote Should Be 90% Conservative... and It Will Be

posted May 13, 2011, 7:56 PM by Guidogeorge Lombardi

The Hispanic Vote Should Be 90% Conservative... and It Will Be
There are rising indications that Latinos may not be as susceptible to Obama’s political courtship as his advisers apparently assume. Following Mr. Obama’s speech in Texas, where Omaba sounded very arrogant to even some of his hispanic supporters, most of, the nation’s largest conservative Hispanic organization released statements somehow critical of the present Administration. Some analysts have long acknowledged that Hispanics tend to share the GOP’s socially conservative agenda. But Latinos are finding much more common ground with Tea Party patriots than with socialist-leaning liberal democrats, probably because many of them, like those that ran from communist Cuba or other socialist dictatorship like Venzuela, have seen this movie before.
In Italy, where illegal immigration is becoming a real INVASION (and where we know most of the socialist tricks), the new conservative movement lead by Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi and his ally, Bossi's Lega Nord, has been able (since early 2000) to revert the often-socialist vote of the immigrant community to his party coalition. 
The secret has been the courage of the local conservative politicians, people like our Senator Marco Rubio (R) and Congressman Allen West (R) from Florida, to go and speak right into the working class workplaces, reaching out and being sincere about our need for more legality, more security, more conservative principles and values.
I would add, as I mentioned in a recent radio interview on a syndacated show from California, that it is important to explain to the people already working here (in the US) that additional illegal immigrants will hurt most and hardest the very immigrants already here. As I told the audience: "When I speak to Carlos and Maria I tell them clearly that if hundreds of thousands of NEW illegals are going to come here, in Your city or town, they will take YOUR job, not mine. You must help us close the borders, you must help us clean up and report the criminal activities, only in this way we may help each other and move to a better working relationship where you work legally, and you keep what you earn (without giving some of it to those criminals who pretend to "protect" you but are really exploiting you". 
Hopefully some young conservative  politician will undrstand. Many of the Tea Party movement already do and some hispanics are already organizing the first latino conservative tea party groups.  Right on !
Guido George Lombardi

Obama reckless with US Military security

posted May 13, 2011, 7:50 PM by Guidogeorge Lombardi

Lt. Col. Oliver North says releasing details of the raid that led to Osama bin Laden’s demise jeopardizes U.S. national security. The Obama administration needs to learn to keep its “mouths shut” and not gloat as part of the president’s “victory lap,” he said.

Computer-programmed Obama speech

posted May 8, 2011, 7:37 AM by Guidogeorge Lombardi

Computer-programmed Obama speech ??? 

Today, May 8th 2011, is the 66 th anniversary of the end of World War II in Europe.


The day Nazi-Germany signed its surrender. While we see great celebration in the United Kingdom, our British allies are struggling with hyper immigration (mostly Islamic), and deep political and social confusion.  In the USA Mr. Obama sounds like a nationalist, but  is he ??? Or does he just repeat the “right” words people like to hear ???  

Obama continues to use his brainwashing techniques in his public speaking. In a recent editorial in the Financial Times magazine, Gillian Tett asks: “Why this nation fixation?” When Obama announced from the White Hose, the death of Usama Bin Laden, he declared that: “the event of 9/11 was an attack to the ‘nation’ … and that forced ‘the nation’ to pull together. – Later he added that - last week’s events rallied ‘the nation’ once again but in celebration”. Let’s just say that Obama used the word ‘nation’ innumerable times, not because of some nationalistic pride, I would rather believe the opposite is true: that this Administration favors globalization and the usual socialistic utopia of one world without borders (that’s why ALL leftists and socialists the world over favor illegal immigration), but because the “computer-generated” speech he did read was programmed to reach the deep sense of national pride that the American audience felt in that particular moment. And that is why you will hardly see Mr. Obama speak without a teleprompter. Is it political science-fiction? No. Let me clarify that when I use the term “computer-programmed” speech I am not necessarily referring to a PC or other software program, I use the term to create controversy, but also to indicate that most of Mr. Obama’s speeches are well prepared for maximum emotional impact, are quite often targeted to the target audience and to that specific time (in fact Mr. Obama did flip-flop often and completely reversed his positions in many occasions, as clearly outlined by Glenn Beck in many of his telecasts), and almost always in line with Marxist ideology, strategy and tactics.

While powerful nationalistic rhetoric can fill the hearts and minds of the casual listener, a more careful study of Mr. Obama and of most people appointed by this administration show without any doubt that their common ideological trend is not nationalistic but the contrary. The union bosses are inciting (part of) the working class against conservative governors, the radical socialist media is stressing the “class struggle,” ultra-liberal education autocrats are trying to teach our youth to disregard our most fundamental principles and values (how many high school students can quote at least some parts of the Constitution) and dismiss our Judeo-Christian tradition and civilization, in favor of a multicultural, socialist world.

America is under attack and we must be able to see right through the sweet words and the luring lies we are fed by today’s puppet masters. Only truth and common sense can deliver us from disaster. We do not need or want revolutions or conflicts, we can win by just standing up for what we know is right, speak out and loud all that we believe in, trusting in God as if all depended on Him, and working very hard for our communities, for our children, for our environment, for our NATION as if all depended on us.               

Tension between Jerusalem and Washington

posted Apr 22, 2011, 6:24 AM by Guidogeorge Lombardi


Tension between Jerusalem and Washington

The White House is not waiting with bated breath for the expected foreign policy speech of Prime Minister Netanyahu before the US Congress on May 24, and US administration officials say that Obama is considering the option of preempting him, presenting principles of his own and thereby imposing a peace plan on the sides. The US State Department and the team of special envoy George Mitchell, believe that a peace plan should be presented with clear parameters for negotiations. They believe that the American failure to renew the negotiations in the past two years stems from the lack of a clear framework.

Some believe that the publication of the American plan can also be interpreted as a signal to Netanyahu to present more significant content in his speech to Congress. The administration expects Netanyahu to say in his own voice that he consents to the establishment of a Palestinian state within the 1967 borders with a land swap. A high-ranking Israeli source said yesterday: "Netanyahu cannot by any means accept the parameter of a Palestinian state within the 1967 borders. He is opposed to expressing this principle as a precondition for negotiations."

Judiciary Reform begins in Italy

posted Apr 13, 2011, 4:08 PM by Guidogeorge Lombardi   [ updated Apr 13, 2011, 4:10 PM ]


posted Apr 12, 2011, 4:59 PM by Guidogeorge Lombardi   [ updated Apr 15, 2011, 8:41 AM ]


Cease-Fire Will Enable Hamas to Gain Strength

posted Apr 11, 2011, 7:07 AM by Guidogeorge Lombardi

Walla News Online

Lieberman: Cease-Fire Will Enable Hamas to Gain Strength

Foreign Minister Avigdor Lieberman said this morning that a cease-fire with Hamas was a grave mistake contradicting Israel’s national interests.‖ He said that quiet enabled Hamas to equip itself with weapons and gain strength. Lieberman said this in an interview to Israel Radio. However, Lieberman made it clear that his party would not spark a coalition crisis and had no intention of leaving the coalition.

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