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08-16-2013, 11:12 PM
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(08-16-2013 10:57 AM)Hellfire Awaits Wrote:  USA = United Shitholes of Ashkenaz
USA = Unscrupulous Slaves of Ashkenazim
USA = Usurpers of Satanic Anti-Semitism

USA = Undignified Semitic Assholes
USA = Us Shilling for AIPAC
USA = Using Shekels for Aggression
USA = Usually Serving sAtan




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08-17-2013, 01:55 AM (This post was last modified: 08-17-2013 01:56 AM by BRIC Countries.)
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http://www.timesofisrael.com/teen-told-s...-dna-test/

‘Teen told she can’t join Birthright without DNA test

’Youth program reportedly casts doubt on Russian woman’s Jewishness because her father didn’t register her birth until age 3


By TIMES OF ISRAEL STAFF July 28, 2013, 6:24 am 11

BIRTHRIGHT ISRAEL-TAGLITRUSSIAN JEWSSHIMON YAKERSON

A professor from St. Petersburg, Russia, is claiming that in an act of “blatant racism,” his daughter was made to undergo a DNA test in order to prove that she’s Jewish – and eligible for a Birthright trip to Israel.

The father, Dr. Shimon Yakerson, told the Hebrew daily Maariv that a Birthright administrator informed Masha, his daughter, that she’d have to take the test because her birth had only been registered when she was three years old, and that there were therefore doubts as to whether she was really his daughter.

The birthright employee, whom the report named as Tali Balan, also told Masha Yakerson, who was 19 at the time, that the DNA test would be necessary if she ever pursued aliya to Israel.

The test was required by the Israeli consulate in St. Petersburg, which specified that it could only be conducted by an Israeli expert, Balan reportedly said.

“This is blatant racism toward Russian Jews,” Shimon Yakerson was quoted as saying. “And even if we wanted to undergo such a test, we would be unable to afford it.”

Yakerson said that his daughter’s birth had been registered late because he was working in a rabbinical college in the United States when she was born.

He said that after appealing the decision, he was told that without a DNA test, his daughter would not be permitted to participate in the program or to make aliya.

“I said okay, let’s do the tests abroad, but they won’t accept it,” he was quoted as saying, noting that it would cost $12,000 to conduct the test according to Birthright’s specifications.

Reached for comment by Maariv, Birthright laid the blame at the doorstep of the Israeli diplomatic mission in Russia. The Foreign Ministry, however, denied that its consulates had the authority to make such a demand.
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08-17-2013, 06:37 AM
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Nice to see that you keep the grassroots level hatred of Americuntia alive HELLFIRESODOMIZESTRUTH
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08-17-2013, 09:48 AM
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(08-17-2013 06:37 AM)Som-Pong Wrote:  Nice to see that you keep the grassroots level hatred of Americuntia alive HELLFIRESODOMIZESTRUTH

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08-17-2013, 10:33 AM
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(08-17-2013 01:55 AM)BRIC Countries Wrote:  http://www.timesofisrael.com/teen-told-s...-dna-test/

‘Teen told she can’t join Birthright without DNA test

’Youth program reportedly casts doubt on Russian woman’s Jewishness because her father didn’t register her birth until age 3


By TIMES OF ISRAEL STAFF July 28, 2013, 6:24 am 11

BIRTHRIGHT ISRAEL-TAGLITRUSSIAN JEWSSHIMON YAKERSON

A professor from St. Petersburg, Russia, is claiming that in an act of “blatant racism,” his daughter was made to undergo a DNA test in order to prove that she’s Jewish – and eligible for a Birthright trip to Israel.

The father, Dr. Shimon Yakerson, told the Hebrew daily Maariv that a Birthright administrator informed Masha, his daughter, that she’d have to take the test because her birth had only been registered when she was three years old, and that there were therefore doubts as to whether she was really his daughter.

The birthright employee, whom the report named as Tali Balan, also told Masha Yakerson, who was 19 at the time, that the DNA test would be necessary if she ever pursued aliya to Israel.

The test was required by the Israeli consulate in St. Petersburg, which specified that it could only be conducted by an Israeli expert, Balan reportedly said.

“This is blatant racism toward Russian Jews,” Shimon Yakerson was quoted as saying. “And even if we wanted to undergo such a test, we would be unable to afford it.”

Yakerson said that his daughter’s birth had been registered late because he was working in a rabbinical college in the United States when she was born.

He said that after appealing the decision, he was told that without a DNA test, his daughter would not be permitted to participate in the program or to make aliya.

“I said okay, let’s do the tests abroad, but they won’t accept it,” he was quoted as saying, noting that it would cost $12,000 to conduct the test according to Birthright’s specifications.

Reached for comment by Maariv, Birthright laid the blame at the doorstep of the Israeli diplomatic mission in Russia. The Foreign Ministry, however, denied that its consulates had the authority to make such a demand.

to be fair I think there used to be a lot of Russians who posed as jews for whatever reason.

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08-17-2013, 10:47 AM (This post was last modified: 08-17-2013 10:48 AM by Hellfire Awaits.)
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Well, they're right to require DNA testing.

Israel is full of "Russian Jews" who are only 1/2 or 1/4 Jewish by blood (and in some cases, they're not even Jewish at all). most of them have completely lost any cultural ties to Judaism and ONLY made aliyah to benefit from the Israel welfare state.

A couple years back, there was a national wave of neo-Nazi and anti semitic crimes in Israel being committed by.... You guessed it, "Russian Jews" who only have a sliver of actual Jewish ancestry. The entire system is rampant with fraud. Many of these Russian immigrants are openly hostile to Jews, and they only identify as Jewish for the sake of convenience.




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08-17-2013, 10:55 AM
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^ that's exactly why they need to clearly define what jewishness is.

I feel if it was related to religious belief it would be clearer. if you try to turn a religion into a race you run into all sorts of problems.
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08-19-2013, 06:46 AM
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08-19-2013, 07:24 AM
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(08-19-2013 06:46 AM)johan Wrote:  


Slaves, pure and simple. You don't tuck like that if you're not afraid of something.

Good quote at the end from the former CIA analyst.
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08-19-2013, 07:26 AM
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http://rt.com/news/bedouin-village-demol...srael-591/

Demolition in the desert: Israel destroys Bedouin village for 54th time


Published time: August 16, 2013 20:56
Edited time: August 18, 2013 13:39 Get short URL


Israeli authorities destroyed the Bedouin village of Al-Araqib for the 54th time in the last three years on Thursday, as the country struggles to relocate Bedouins in the Negev desert to specially built towns.

Forces arrived at Al-Araqib carrying arms and batons as bulldozers tore down homes, resident Aziz al-Turi told Palistinain news agency Ma’an.

Another resident, Maher Abu Qreinat, said that homes and other structures were pulled down in the Negev village of Abu Qreinat on the same day.

The Israeli government approved the Prawer-Begin Bill in January, calling for the relocation 30,000-40,000 Bedouins and the demolition of about 40 villages which the Jewish state considers to be illegal.

The bill was approved by the country’s parliament, the Knesset, during its first reading in June. Two additional votes are expected to take place.

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu previously said that the move would “put an end to the spread of illegal building by Negev Bedouin and lead to the better integration of the Bedouin into Israeli society.”

The Bedouins refuse to be relocated, saying they purchased their land in the Negev desert before the establishment of the state of Israel. However, they say the agreements were verbal ones – and there is no way to prove their ownership of the territory.

Amnesty International called on Israel to stop “demolitions of Arab Bedouin homes” after Israeli forces performed a previous raid on Al-Araqib in July.

"The Israeli government's Prawer-Begin plan would lead to the forced eviction of tens of thousands of Arab Bedouin citizens of Israel,” Philip Luther, director of Amnesty International's Middle East and North Africa Program, said. “The plan is inherently discriminatory, flies in the face of Israel's international obligations and cannot be accepted in any circumstances."

UN High Commissioner for Human Rights Navi Pillay also slammed the bill in July, urging Israel to reconsider its plans to relocate the Bedouin to officially recognized towns such as Rahat, Khura, and Ksayfe.

"If this bill becomes law, it will accelerate the demolition of entire Bedouin communities, forcing them to give up their homes, denying them their rights to land ownership, and decimating their traditional cultural and social life in the name of development," he said.

There are around 210,000 Bedouins in Israel, most of whom live in and around the Negev desert in the southern part of the country. More than half of them reside in unrecognized villages which lack basic infrastructure. Many Bedouins also live in extreme poverty.

The Israeli government said it would grant legal status “as much as possible” to the currently unrecognized Negev villages if they meet minimum population criteria – but those requirements were never revealed.
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08-19-2013, 08:13 AM (This post was last modified: 08-19-2013 08:13 AM by BRIC Countries.)
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http://www.presstv.ir/detail/2013/08/18/...adl-order/

ADL orders YouTube to disable Press TV account: Emadi

Sun Aug 18, 2013 2:12PM GMT

Video-sharing site YouTube deactivated Press TV's official page without explanation after the Israeli-American Anti-Defamation League (ADL) ordered it to terminate the Iranian channel's live broadcast.


"We have not been able to upload new videos on our official YouTube page since July 25. Both YouTube and (its parent company) Google have declined to comment," said Press TV Newsroom Director Hamid Reza Emadi.

He added that YouTube was "in fact responding to an ADL order to stop us from revealing Israeli crimes to the world."

An article on ADL's official website has accused Press TV of bypassing the West's sanctions by broadcasting live via YouTube and other internet and mobile platforms.

"ADL has contacted YouTube regarding concerns about Press TV," reads the article, further noting that the station's "broadcast on YouTube comes at a time when the United States, the European Union and others in the international community are seeking to isolate Iran."

Since January 2012, Press TV has come under mounting pressure from European governments and satellite companies, which have taken the alternative channel off the air across the European Union.

In a statement published on the official website of the American Jewish Committee (AJC), the pro-Israeli lobby has lauded Spain's efforts to ban Press TV, saying Madrid has pulled the plug on the Iranian channel following months of negotiations with the AJC.

"In recent years has emerged a channel that not only challenges the Zionists' long-time media dominance, but also has it questioned the West's silence on their (the Zionists') crimes against humanity. That's Press TV and they're determined to silence it," Emadi added.

He said Press TV had to create an alternative YouTube account to upload its videos.

"Viewers can now watch our videos at http://www.youtube.com/user/PresstvNewsCast," he said.

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08-24-2013, 01:39 AM (This post was last modified: 08-24-2013 01:39 AM by BRIC Countries.)
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http://www.theguardian.com/world/2013/au...k-comments

Israel forced to apologise to Japan over offensive Hiroshima comments

Head of online public diplomacy disparaged commemorations for victims of atomic bombs in Facebook posting


Harriet Sherwood in Jerusalem
theguardian.com, Thursday 22 August 2013 12.25 BST

Daniel Seaman called Japan's commemorations for the Hiroshima and Nagasaki victims 'self-righteous'.

Israel has been forced to issue a formal apology to Japan over offensive comments posted on Facebook by its head of online public diplomacy.

The apology followed a complaint by the Japanese ambassador to Israel, Hideo Sato, after senior government official Daniel Seaman disparaged commemorations for the victims of the 1945 atomic bombs, causing a wave of protests in Japan.

"I am sick of the Japanese, 'Human Rights' and 'Peace' groups the world over holding their annual self-righteous commemorations for the Hiroshima and Nagasaki victims," Seaman wrote on his Facebook page. "Hiroshima and Nagasaki were the consequence of Japanese aggression. You reap what you sow."

According to the Haaretz newspaper, Israel's ambassador in Tokyo, Nissim Ben-Shitrit, was forced to embark on a damage control exercise. "The incident is very slowly subsiding, but it's too early to assess the damage to Israel's image that it caused," the Israeli embassy in Tokyo wrote in a cable to the foreign ministry in Jerusalem.

The apology was issued by Ya'akov Amidror, national security adviser to the Israeli prime minister, Binyamin Netanyahu. A government official said the incident was "one of the least comfortable moments for Israel in Japan".

Seaman, a former director of the government press office who has a reputation for being abrasive, recently took up a new post to promote positive images of Israel on social media networks. He has since been suspended and is under orders not to speak to the media.

The comments about Japan were part of a string of strongly worded postings by Seaman over recent months.

They included a response to a demand by the Palestinian chief negotiator, Saeb Erekat, for an end to new settlement expansion that read: "Is there a diplomatic way of saying 'Go F*** yourself'?"

At the start of Ramadan, Seaman posted: "Does the commencement of the fast of the Ramadan means [sic] that Muslims will stop eating each other during the daytime?"

In response to a Church of Scotland report that argued that Jews do not have a divine right to the land, he wrote: "Why do they think we give a flying F*** what you have to say?"

In a statement last week, Israel's National Information Directorate said: "Danny Seaman's statements on Facebook are unacceptable and do not express the view of the Israeli government. The directorate instructed Seaman to immediately refrain from making such statements."
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08-24-2013, 01:43 AM
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http://www.washingtonpost.com/world/isra...story.html

Israel strikes militant base in Lebanon after rocket fire

BEIRUT — Israel said it bombed a militant group’s base in Lebanon on Friday in response to the launching of four rockets across its northern border hours earlier. It was Israel’s first airstrike inside Lebanon since its 2006 war with the Lebanese militant group Hezbollah.

The target was a base belonging to the Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine General Command located near the town of Naameh, just 10 miles south of Beirut, Lebanon’s state news agency reported.

The Popular Front denied any involvement in the rocket attack inside Israel, for which an al-Qaeda-linked organization had already claimed responsibility.


The escalation comes at a time of increased tension between Lebanon and Israel, with four Israeli soldiers injured in an explosion near the border earlier this month. In a statement, the Israeli military described the rocket attack on Thursday as “a blatant breach of Israeli sovereignty that jeopardized Israeli civilian life.”

An Israel military spokesman said that the pilots who carried out the airstrike “reported direct hits on the target” adding that “Israel will not tolerate terrorist aggression originating from Lebanese territory.”

A journalist at the scene for Lebanon’s Daily Star newspaper said the entrance to one of a series of underground tunnels belonging to the PFLP-GC was damaged in the raid.

Speaking to Lebanon’s al-Manar television station, Abu Imad Ramez Mustafa, a PFLP-GC official, said he was surprised they had been targeted when another group had claimed responsibility for firing the rockets.

On Thursday, the Lebanese branch of the Abdullah Azzam Brigades, an Islamist group with links to al-Qaeda, said it had carried out the rocket attack. The group, known as the Ziad al-Jarrah Battalion, is named after a Sept. 11, 2001 hijacker who was from Lebanon.

“Praise and thanks be to Allah,” read a post on a Twitter account known as an outlet for the group, which has asserted responsibility for firing rockets into Israel in the past.

Israeli military officials said the missiles fired into its territory appeared to be short-range ­Katyusha rockets. One was downed by Israel’s Iron Dome defense system, which is partly funded by the United States. Israel’s Channel 2 reported that another of the rockets narrowly missed landing on a retirement home near the city of Acre for Jewish survivors of the Holocaust.

The rockets were fired from the vicinity of the Rashidieh Palestinian refugee camp near the southern Lebanese city of Tyre, Lebanon’s National News Agency reported.

“Anyone who attacks us, or tries to attack us, should know that we will get him,” Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu warned. The Israeli leader said the military and home defense unit were deploying “defensive and preventative” measures.

Dina Badawy, a deputy spokeswoman for the State Department, condemned the rocket attack into Israel, telling the Jerusalem Post, “This was a provocative act that undermines the stability of Lebanon and the security of Israel.”

She urged Lebanon to exercise full sovereignty over its territory and called for restraint by all parties.

Rockets were fired at Israel last year but fell short of entering the country. In 2011, rockets reached Israel and damaged two buildings.

With air raid sirens blaring and civilian air traffic halted, the rocket attack Thursday rekindled memories of the 34-day Israel-Lebanon war in 2006, when Hezbollah fired as many as 4,000 rockets into northern Israel. In response, Israel developed its Iron Dome missile interceptors, deploying the mobile units in 2011.

“Israel’s defense system is better than during the Second Lebanon War, and the Iron Dome has proved itself,” said Arieh Herzog, former head of Israel’s missile defense program.

“However, Israel does not have enough batteries to protect every one of its cities. Israel is working to produce more Iron Domes with the help of the United States,” he said.

Some Israeli politicians had publicly called for a retaliatory strike. “The response must be very strong so that the other side has no desire to continue the escalation,” said Motti Yogev, a lawmaker from the Jewish Home party, told the Jerusalem Post.

This month, four Israeli soldiers were injured in an explosion along the border with Lebanon. The Lebanese army said the soldiers were hurt inside Lebanon. Israel military officials have been vague about the soldiers’ exact location.

Booth reported from Jerusalem.
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08-24-2013, 01:45 AM
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So by Israeli logic: if Al Qaeda-linked terrorists attack you, that justifies launching missile attacks against a secular, militant organization with no connection to the former???
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08-24-2013, 02:45 AM
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(08-19-2013 07:24 AM)BRIC Countries Wrote:  Slaves, pure and simple. You don't tuck like that if you're not afraid of something.

Good quote at the end from the former CIA analyst.

Yes, very interesting guy, Roy McGovern. From his wiki:

Quote:Raymond McGovern (born August 25, 1939) is a retired CIA officer turned political activist. McGovern was a Federal employee under seven U.S. presidents over 27 years, presenting the morning intelligence briefings at the White House for many of them.

"O.I.L."

In a television interview with Tucker Carlson on MSNBC, McGovern said: "I‘ve been using the acronym O.I.L. for many — for two years now: O for oil; I for Israel; and L for logistics, logistics being the permanent — now we say “enduring” — military bases that the U.S. wants to keep in Iraq."[4]

McGovern testified at a Democratic National Headquarters forum in 2005 that had been convened by Rep. John Conyers (D-Mich.) of the House Judiciary Committee on the Downing Street Memo.

The Washington Post reported that, in his testimony, McGovern "declared that the United States went to war in Iraq for oil, Israel and military bases craved by administration 'neocons' so 'the United States and Israel could dominate that part of the world.' He said that Israel should not be considered an ally and that Bush was doing the bidding of Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon. 'Israel is not allowed to be brought up in polite conversation,' McGovern said. Genuine criticism of official Israeli policy is often portrayed as if it were anti-Semite bigotry: 'The last time I did this, the previous director of Central Intelligence called me anti-Semitic.'"

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