Hamas became David and we became Goliath in the eyes of the world

David and Goliath

David and Goliath

The Zionist newspaper Haaretz mentioned the Israeli defeat in the Gaza War. It stated that the aftershocks of this defeat still continue to hit.

Haaretz wrote that it became clear only after the last Israeli soldiers returned from Gaza how meaningless this war was. It became clear how big of a defeat we suffered. This discussion is not about an ethical loss, although they did suffer an ethical defeat, rather it is not being able to achieve the goals that were announced. This war destroyed the face of Israel in the world. We will have to wait a little bit; when the scream of victory calm down we will start to understand the dimensions of this defeat.

This Zionist newspaper said that they lost the war because they were not able to achieve their goals – stop the firing of missiles and regrouping the army after the war with Hizbollah. It stated that they were not able to effect their enemy and stop it from advancing its program. Missiles were being fired to the last moments and the Israeli army was not rebuilt.

Haaretz confessed that they were unable to weaken Hamas. It stated that most of its soldiers were not harmed and the public support for Hamas increased. This war increased their patience and their sense of resistance. Haaretz said that it is clear who the David and who the Goliath of this war was. The citizens of Gaza suffered a serious blow in this war but did not change their opinions about Hamas.

The world’s public opinion has been mentioned and this newspaper warned that it will get worse. Serious questions were raised about Israel’s use of weapons that are internationally barred, such as phosphorus bombs and the likes. Serious questions were raised about Israel’s murder of innocent civilians.

These are questions that cannot remain unanswered. International bodies will answer these questions and the Israeli-Hamas debate will be looked into on a deeper. Things will be discovered which will hurt the Zionist regime.



The Middle East after the Gaza War



In the past sixty years the Israeli regime has been implementing a strategy in order to prolong and expand its life. This strategy uses three effective factors; a powerful military, geopolitical allies, and public opinion. Israel has now entered a stage where the implementation of this strategy has come to an end.

Emanuel, in an article titled ‘The story of Israel; a prediction of suicide’ states that Israel has surpassed internal conditions of success. He states that the age when Israel’s superior military might made those that opposed them surrender, the age when France, Germany, Italy, Spain, and Russia broke their backs to be Israel’s allies, and the age when Tel Aviv relied upon the exaggerated holocaust in order to explain their expansive nature have come to an end. Now, there is not a powerful army facing this regime, children and teenagers are facing them and who do not flee the battlefield when faced by F35 warplanes and special war helicopters. In this war, when one person was killed, ten other stood up. Today, there is no desire to improve relations with Tel Aviv, even America’s voice is starting to be heard. The energy taken from the holocaust has run out and there is no other possibility for them to invent a new story. Oppositely, the stories of Gaza and Qana are being broadcasted over and over again and are playing a role in newspapers to incite feelings towards Palestine.

Israel has reached such a stage that Kaufman, the Jewish representative in the English Parliament and a member of the Labor Party, clearly stated that he distances himself from the crimes of the Tel Aviv government. He even pressures the English government to implement the prohibition of selling arms to Israel. Kaufman, according to the newspaper World Press Daily Herald, states that Tzipi Livni’s is father Eitan Livni who was the head of the terrorist missions of the Irgun (National Military Organization in the Land of Israel) group which planned the explosion of the King David Hotel in Jerusalem where 91 people were killed, four of them being Jews. He added that Israel was created by Jewish terrorists. Jewish terrorists hung two English officers. Irgun, next to Eshtern, killed 254 Palestinians in the village Diryassine, 1948.

After the Gaza 22-Day-War, the Zionist regime is faced with many questions – not only by Muslims, but by their most important supporters as well. These questions include political, legal, security, military, and cultural subjects. If we look at European, and even American, newspapers we would see that they are being defended much less than they were in the 60s, 70s, and 80s. The number of articles being written about the pains of Palestine is thousands of times greater than the number of them in the 60s and 70s. This is the case when the United Nations wrote many resolutions against the government in Tel Aviv during that age – but the European, American, Russian, Chinese, and many other countries media outlets supported Israel, not giving any importance to what happens to the Palestinians.

Moshe Yalon, the previous chief of staff of the Zionist regime’s armed forces said in 2002: “Palestinians must realize deep down that they are a defeated people.” When Yalon publically announced this many others thought the same way as him. But today, about seven years later, Israel is in a strange position.

The Zionist regime in the war against Gaza, according to Olmert’s confessions, used all of its resources for victory. Look at his loss of words at the end of the war when he said: “The Israeli armed forces used all ground and sea resources in their brilliant missions.” And: “The Israeli armed forces had good training and were equipped with everything that they needed.” Again: “We spend two years preparing the people of Israel.” And: “All decisions were made after deep discussions.” Again: “I received letters today from the heads of Russia, England, Italy, Germany, and France which announced their unconditional support of Israel, especially in the issue of making sure that Hamas does not have the ability to get weapons.” Finally: “I am announcing the important role that Hosni Mubarak played in the Middle East and his efforts for reaching a cease-fire.”

In reality, Olmert is confessing that what occurred in the 365 square-kilometers of Gaza and in facing the resistance forces was the complete internal, international, and regional ability of the Zionist regime. The size of Gaza is about 1.3 percent of Palestine and Palestine is about the size of a middle-sized county in Iran. When this regime was defeated by resistance forces it is understood that they cannot be considered a power in the Middle East. Look at the phrases that Nahum Barney, an analysist of the newspaper Yedioth Ahronoth, printed in Tel Aviv, which were printed in the first days of the war against Gaza: “This military advancement must have happened quicker, but doing it is better than not doing it. How can a country that cannot face Hamas warn Iran and support its interests in Syria, Jordan, Egypt, and the Palestinian Authority?”

Israel has even lost face for Mahmoud Abbas, Hosni Mubarak, and prince Abdullah, their allies, in securing their regimes against the human wave of Islamic awakening in the region. Today they are in dire straits. From one side Mahmoud Abbas said that Hamas is the axis of any movement in Palestine, Hosni Mubarak and his foreign minister continually praise the Palestinian resistance, and prince Abdullah introduced himself as the protector of Palestinian principles and freedom. These show the geopolitical change in the region.

Yedioth Ahronoth quoted a high-ranking Israeli officer of the armed forces who helped plan the attacks on Gaza: “What happened in Gaza was the largest military mission in Israeli history.” Haaretz also wrote: “Barak used all of this might in these missions.” The under-secretary of the International Federation of Human Rights in the United Nations officially announced three days ago: “Israeli crimes in Gaza were unprecedented in the last 40 years in the whole world.”

In the 22-Day-War helped the birth of a new Middle East without knowing what it was doing. This will be a Middle East that where a unified Israel, America, Europe, Egypt, and Saudi Arabia and with using the most crimes and the most military strength will not be effective and the resistance of a small public group will have much more effect than them.

Toda, the legal condition of Tel Aviv and along with it the legal condition of the occupation has left their fold and is now being reviewed by other nations. Today tens of courts in tens of countries are prepared to review the crimes of Israel committed in Gaza and they are prepared to issue a ruling against Israel. It is not a distant expectation for at least 50 countries to organize such courts and Olmert will be faced with 50 judgments. These judgments would be effective in the Zionist regime’s foreign relations and would open the mouths of the many people who oppose that regime throughout the world. The wave of critical articles against Tel Aviv has risen and at the same time the Palestinian nation, the 27,070 square kilometers, is coming to life. It is not bad to end the article with the words of Patrick Seale, a European political opinionist in the newspaper al-Hayat: “The war that Israel started in Gaza is a form of political insanity. This war achieved making the society in Israel extremely nervous.


Israel’s destruction is a reality; Ahmadinejad was right



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Moshe Feiglin, the leader of the fanatic Jewish sect called Zo Artzeinu (this is our land/country) which is dependant on the Likud Party defended the speeches of the Islamic Republic of Iran’s president in regards to the internal destruction of Israel.

What is in my mind does not need to be repeated to anyone. But, I am not opposed to much of what Ahmadinejad stated in the United Nations. The media tries to conceal what he says and refrain from facing it, but put this first glance aside, and listen to his words with precision: “The Zionist regime is falling apart and there is no way to escape its destruction.”

This is the meat of what Ahmadinejad stated which reached our ears from the seat of the United Nations. He did not mean that Israel would be destroyed financially or militarily, rather wanted to state that the merits that the Zionist regime was founded upon are falling and that this fall will end up in the fall of the regime.

I have seen with my own eyes the families of Jewish inmates, in their tents close to Yeshiva Merkaz where they were on a food strike. I visited with them. They wanted to review the words of Ahmadinejad. Isreal’s Minister of Public Security, Avi Dichter, without shame and without knowing what was said, stated that he does not have a great desire to free the Jewish prisoners. Israel now does not care about the principle of trading Israeli prisoners for Arab terrorists. In Israel, where Dichter is the Minister of Public Security, the feeling of desire to free Israeli prisoners is not there, even if the Arabs would free them.

These prisoners, in liberal terms, have at least lost their rights. The Israeli Minister of Public Security wants to prove that food strikes will not change anything. In his opinion these prisoners are accused of breaking Israeli law; they did not defend its borders because instead of defending Israel they stood up against it.

This is how we see that the Israeli regime does not want the prisoners to be taken out of their chains, rather they want them to die in prison.

This is the ethical level of Israeli leaders who only speak of interests. Ethics have no importance with them. If they freed Gilad Shalit they would have done so with disgust because if they do not do it they would not remain safe from international pressure. Now they fear that the inhabitants of Gaza will be given merits similar to those given to Gilad Shalit under international pressure.

While thinking about this issue an ethical joint comes to mind – something that is hidden within Zionists. The leaders of the Israeli regime give so much importance to their interests that they forget the Jewish people. It is as if they consider the Jews to be temporary inhabitants of Israel. It must be said truthfully that they do not consider Arab fighters to be as much criminals as Jewish prisoners. It is here that the children and grandchildren of the Israeli Prime Minister and other Israeli leaders must listen to the speech of Ahmadinejad; the same person who invited us to return to our other promised land.

It seems as if a thought process from the heart of Israel is forming which is similar to being anti-Jew.

Minorities in the Israeli government are not in congruence with the Jews.

It is possible that Ahmadinejad’s words in this year will give us hope. The evil regime of Israel practically kicks us into a well that they created.

But, Ahmadinejad has still yet to realize some angels. He does not know that the Israeli regime is establishing the continuation of the Israeli society in some centers. It is true tat the Zionist regime is falling apart. But, there is no doubt that the Jews must save themselves from this fall.


The heavy bill that America has to pay for Israel’s crimes



A week after Israel’s barbaric attack on Gaza, an official organ of the CIA, according to a French news agency, expressed concern over the negative results of this event.

Radio Farda, quoting a French news agency, said: “The Israeli attack strengthened the anti-American block in Iran. People are becoming worried before Obama takes office. One year earlier, Bush in the Annopolis Conference created a hope that Iran’s influence in the Middle East would be lessened. But, Israel’s actions increased people’s respect of Hamas and brought the future existence of the PLO – an organization that America supports – into question.

This report added: “The latest events are another issue that has come into existence. Egypt and Jordan, two key allies of America in the Arab world who support peace with Israel, are in dire straits. They are being accused by many Arab countries and Islamic groups for not taking any steps to put an end to the attacks on Gaza – furthermore are being accused of tacitly confirming the attacks.”

Steven Cook, a member of the Council on Foreign Relations in America told the French press that Israel’s attack on Gaza makes America’s diplomatic efforts in bringing peace to the Middle East more difficult. At America’s cost Iran’s influence in the region will increase.

Chris Hedges, an American reporter, emphasized that the American people are partners in crime with Israel in the genocide of Gaza. He says that the people of the world do not hate Americans without reason. He said that this is not a war it is genocide.


America on the verge of defeat

Soldier Crying

Soldier Crying

The United Iraqi Alliance, which is the biggest political establishment of the country, announced its opposition to the security agreement between Baghdad and Washington. This political establishment rose in opposition happened after they put forth an effort to coerce their party members to sign the agreement with America. This move of theirs was unexpected to many Americans.

The day before this opposition was announced the people of Iraq widely protested the agreement showing their negative reaction and clearly announcing their opposition to the world.

Religious authorities of Iraq showed their opposition to this agreement in many stages and warned the present politicians in Baghdad to not fall into the pressure and sign the agreement.

In addition to this, the Religious Scholars of Iraq, a Sunni organization, expressed their opposition to this agreement.

Before this, Mashahdani, Iraq’s speaker of the parliament who also heads one of the parliaments sub-committees clearly stated that the Iraqi parliament will never sign this agreement.

In such conditions the Arab Lawyers Union, which is an Arab political organization stationed in Cairo, leaked the hidden aspects of this agreement by explaining the points of the security agreement between Baghdad and Washington. They also warned the Iraqis from signing it.

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