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If you want to understand why the Arab world is such a disaster… here is your answer

What’s holding the Arab world back? Why, by nearly every measure, are Muslim nations so far behind the West economically, culturally and scientifically? Bret Stephens, Global View columnist for the Wall Street Journal, explains.

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It’s easy for some to dismiss the death of four beautiful Israeli children as battlefield casualties.

Maybe because of the olive fatigues they wore or their “official status” as soldiers.

For others it’s not so simple.

In the US we have a professional army of volunteers.

They are in harms way by their own choosing.

They are usually not in harms way if they are sightseeing on the National Mall in DC.

How many of the Israeli soldiers would have been where they were Sunday if there was no mandatory conscription?

How mandatory would conscription be if their country wasn’t constantly threatened with war and annihilation and outnumbered 100 to 1 by belligerent neighbors?

If Israel could exist without these perils like most other countries the mandatory conscription could be replaced with volunteers, and they  wouldn’t have  been the victims of a depraved terrorist, while on a sightseeing trip.

 

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Why is it that millions of Muslim “refugees” are more than happy to move thousands of miles into alien cultures and climates and be more than happy to remain there ?

Why aren’t they clamoring for the rest of the world to move heaven and earth so they can return to their historic and ancient homelands?

But it’s a crime against humanity for “Palestinians” to live a few miles from where there great-grandparents immigrated to?

If you don’t see the double standard then you are a racist.

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Yesterday 13 year old Hallel Yaffa Ariel was murdered in her bed by a sub-human piece of shit who was deservedly shot dead.

His mother declared him to be a hero who died defending Jerusalem and the Al-Aqsa Mosque.

No mention of the occupation, poverty, discrimination, social justice, check points or displacement.

Because it is only about denying Jews the right to their indigenous homeland.

Just like when Jews were murdered in Hebron, (close to where Hallel was murdered) in 1929.

No ’67 borders then.

No occupation.

No State of Israel.

Just Jews living where Arab Muslims are close enough to kill them.

And they will do it anywhere in the world they have the means and ability

They claim they want their own country of “Palestine” but the country they really want is Shahidistan.

If these mongrel jackals are so eager to be martyrs then we should do everything in our power to oblige them and wipe them from the face of the earth.

Artzenu shelanu motherfuckers.

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Fifty  more dead victims of Muslim terror.

I’m sure the motivation is justified by occupation, oppression, poverty, and a lack of human rights.

I hope the United States government doesn’t do anything to raise the level of tension but more importantly I pray there is no Islamophobic backlash.

May God avenge their blood and heal the wounded

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1937 ,1948, 1979, 1993, 2000, 2008

These are the years in which an independent Arab “Palestine” could have been established.

It’s not about Netanyahu.

It’s not about checkpoints.

It’s not about 1967 borders.

It’s not about the “occupation”.

It’s about Jews, and Jews having their own nation state on their indigenous land.

Yesterday four more Jews paid with their lives for Arab intransigence and racist bigoted hatred.

May God avenge their blood.

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Today is Yom HaShoah,  the annual commemoration of the six million Jews murdered by the Nazis.

The fact that it happened over seventy years ago makes it no less relevant.

The fact that the Nazi’s allies, enablers and successors are not so silently  waiting in the wings to repeat the crime makes it more relevant.

Observe a moment of silence in their memory.

Do it publicly and if questioned, explain.

If challenged by deniers shame them.

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Islam is as Islam does.

 

By Paul Sperry

 

In its report on the still-censored “28 pages” implicating the Saudi government in 9/11, “60 Minutes” last weekend said the Saudi role in the attacks has been “soft-pedaled” to protect America’s delicate alliance with the oil-rich kingdom.

That’s quite an understatement.

Actually, the kingdom’s involvement was deliberately covered up at the highest levels of our government. And the coverup goes beyond locking up 28 pages of the Saudi report in a vault in the US Capitol basement. Investigations were throttled. Co-conspirators were let off the hook.

Case agents I’ve interviewed at the Joint Terrorism Task Forces in Washington and San Diego, the forward operating base for some of the Saudi hijackers, as well as detectives at the Fairfax County (Va.) Police Department who also investigated several 9/11 leads, say virtually every road led back to the Saudi Embassy in Washington, as well as the Saudi Consulate in Los Angeles.

Yet time and time again, they were called off from pursuing leads. A common excuse was “diplomatic immunity.”

Those sources say the pages missing from the 9/11 congressional inquiry report — which comprise the entire final chapter dealing with “foreign support for the September 11 hijackers” — details “incontrovertible evidence” gathered from both CIA and FBI case files of official Saudi assistance for at least two of the Saudi hijackers who settled in San Diego.

Some information has leaked from the redacted section, including a flurry of pre-9/11 phone calls between one of the hijackers’ Saudi handlers in San Diego and the Saudi Embassy, and the transfer of some $130,000 from then-Saudi Ambassador Prince Bandar’s family checking account to yet another of the hijackers’ Saudi handlers in San Diego.

An investigator who worked with the JTTF in Washington complained that instead of investigating Bandar, the US government protected him — literally. He said the State Department assigned a security detail to help guard Bandar not only at the embassy, but also at his McLean, Va., mansion.

The source added that the task force wanted to jail a number of embassy employees, “but the embassy complained to the US attorney” and their diplomatic visas were revoked as a compromise.

Former FBI agent John Guandolo, who worked 9/11 and related al Qaeda cases out of the bureau’s Washington field office, says Bandar should have been a key suspect in the 9/11 probe.

“The Saudi ambassador funded two of the 9/11 hijackers through a third party,” Guandolo said. “He should be treated as a terrorist suspect, as should other members of the Saudi elite class who the US government knows are currently funding the global jihad.”

But Bandar held sway over the FBI.

After he met on Sept. 13, 2001, with President Bush in the White House, where the two old family friends shared cigars on the Truman Balcony, the FBI evacuated dozens of Saudi officials from multiple cities, including at least one Osama bin Laden family member on the terror watch list. Instead of interrogating the Saudis, FBI agents acted as security escorts for them, even though it was known at the time that 15 of the 19 hijackers were Saudi citizens.

“The FBI was thwarted from interviewing the Saudis we wanted to interview by the White House,” said former FBI agent Mark Rossini, who was involved in the investigation of al Qaeda and the hijackers. The White House “let them off the hook.”

What’s more, Rossini said the bureau was told no subpoenas could be served to produce evidence tying departing Saudi suspects to 9/11. The FBI, in turn, iced local investigations that led back to the Saudis.

“The FBI covered their ears every time we mentioned the Saudis,” said former Fairfax County Police Lt. Roger Kelly. “It was too political to touch.”

Added Kelly, who headed the National Capital Regional Intelligence Center: “You could investigate the Saudis alone, but the Saudis were ‘hands-off.’ ”
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Even Anwar al-Awlaki, the hijackers’ spiritual adviser, escaped our grasp. In 2002, the Saudi-sponsored cleric was detained at JFK on passport fraud charges only to be released into the custody of a “Saudi representative.”

It wasn’t until 2011 that Awlaki was brought to justice — by way of a CIA drone strike.

Strangely, “The 9/11 Commission Report,” which followed the congressional inquiry, never cites the catch-and-release of Awlaki, and it mentions Bandar only in passing, his named buried in footnotes.

Two commission lawyers investigating the Saudi support network for the hijackers complained their boss, executive director Philip Zelikow, blocked them from issuing subpoenas and conducting interviews of Saudi suspects.

9/11 Commission member John Lehman was interested in the hijackers’ connections to Bandar, his wife and the Islamic affairs office at the embassy. But every time he tried to get information on that front, he was stonewalled by the White House.

“They were refusing to declassify anything having to do with Saudi Arabia,” Lehman was quoted as saying in the book, “The Commission.”

Did the US scuttle the investigation into foreign sponsorship of 9/11 to protect Bandar and other Saudi elite?

“Things that should have been done at the time were not done,” said Rep. Walter Jones, the North Carolina Republican who’s introduced a bill demanding Obama release the 28 pages. “I’m trying to give you an answer without being too explicit.”

A Saudi reformer with direct knowledge of embassy involvement is more forthcoming.

“We made an ally of a regime that helped sponsor the attacks,” said Ali al-Ahmed of the Washington-based Institute for Gulf Affairs. “I mean, let’s face it.”

Paul Sperry is a former Hoover Institution media fellow and author of “Infiltration: How Muslim Spies and Subversives Have Penetrated Washington.”

 

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I have a few questions, rhetorical or otherwise for Palestinians and/or their libtard, anarchist, jihadi and/or fascist fellow travelers.

You never fail to apply the most despicable terminology to Israel, even comparing it to the Nazis.

What was it about the Nazis that made them so bad?

If the Nazis were so horrible as to merit comparison to the Israelis then why do you all love Adolf Hitler so much? Mein Kampf, translated into the Arabic equivalent of My Jihad is a best seller.

If the Israelis are doing to the Palestinians what the Nazis did to the Jews, does that mean the Holocaust really happened?

If the Israelis are committing genocide against the Palestinians how has their population quadrupled in the last sixty years?

We welcome any of you Jew hating moonbats to please answer these questions in our comment section

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It seems the good people of ‘Palestine’ are suffering under a brutal occupation.

Faced with corruption and tyranny they have to endure economic hardship, no political rights, and live in fear for their lives.

According to Bassim Eid of Palestinian Human Rights Monitoring Group the blame for all this is very well and widely known.

The foot in the boot on the throats of the Palestinians belongs to their own leadership; Hamas and the PA, partners in thugocracy.

If you thought it is a Jewish foot you are part of the problem.

These are the perpetrators of the war business that keeps them in power and their citizens in slavery.

I had the opportunity to hear Bassim speak and he elucidated how Arab and Palestinian so called leaders abuse the average Palestinian.

Additionally he put forth the claim that the only reason that Europeans support the Arabs is because of their own Antisemitism, and they care nothing about the welfare of Palestinians as evidenced by their love affair with BDS movement.

He spoke of a college campus talk he was giving that was being protested by Jewish Voice for Peace. The pamphlets they were handing out were identical to the ones distributed by the Palestinian embassy when he spoke in South Africa.

A far too rare Arab voice calling for peace and coexistence with the Jews, Bassim clearly has a lot to overcome.

You can help him by watching his You tube videos and spread his word.

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