To The Honorable Congresswoman Tlaib,

When I think about the Nakba I get a warm fuzzy feeling of comfort to know that my ancestors drained the swamps, irrigated the deserts, paved the roadways, built the power plants, hospitals, fruit groves, wheat fields, schools and factories that provided sustenance, medical care, infrastructure, employment and prosperity to the Arabs of the Middle East.

They did this while they were sacrificed to Allah for being kuffars by some of those Arabs.

Arabs who came to British Palestine from Egypt, Lebanon, Syria, Iraq, Saudi Arabia, and other places, legally and illegally to enjoy living in the 20th century while Jews were denied entry only to die in the ghettos, forests and death camps at the hands of Arabs’ heroes and allies, the Nazis,

It calms me to know that even as we speak, your relatives in Israel enjoy greater civil rights; higher education, per capita income, and life expectancy than they would living in an Arab country.

I love how Jews have paid with blood, sweat, toil and tears just for an expectation that Arabs conduct themselves like civilized human beings.


If you want to know why Rashida Tlaib or Ilhan Omar and their ilk get no real blow back or have to pay a price for their antisemitism just look at what societal norms have deemed acceptable to hate:




Used car dealers

Life insurance brokers


It’s the hatred that warms the cockles and unites in brotherly love disparate antagonists and enemies.

It’s the common ground of communists and Nazis; atheists and fundamentalists; Christians and Muslims; Black Lives Matter and Aryan Brotherhood; scum of the earth and creme de la creme.

It’s the only standard for those with double standards and the thing that enables hypocrites to criticize.

On November 11, 1942, days after the American invasion of Vichy French controlled Morocco, an armistice was agreed upon.

Free French and foreign national refugees from the Nazis partied like it was 1999.

Jews in the Jewish quarter of the Casablanca old city celebrated their liberation by the U.S .Army.

Fascists were offended and prevailed upon local Arabs to attack the Jews causing injury and death.

U.S. Army and consular officers arrived on the scene to restore order.

United States Consul General Earle Russell, in his report to the State Department wrote that the Jews brought it on themselves being a loud and visible presence.

In their own neighborhood I might add.

1942- No State of Israel, no occupation, no check points, just Jews.

Anti-Zionism? It’s just antisemitism without the shame.

It’s Nazism without the swastikas.

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Also see:

‘Hitler was Daring’: How the Palestinians Revere the Nazis

US Denies Visa to Senior Palestinian official

Opinion: What Is Behind the [Palestinian] Opposition to Peace with Israel?

Palestinians Pit Europeans Against US Before ‘Deal of the Century’ Release


Yesterday was Yom Ha Shoah

Just as you were in bondage in Egypt.

Just as you crossed the Yam Suf.

Just as you were at Sinai and wandered in the wilderness,

So too, you were in the ghettos.

So too, you were in the aktions.

So too, you were in the camps.

So too, you were in the ovens.

In every generation…




The NY Times for now and forever, undeniably and unabashedly has Jewish blood on its hands.

If Sarah Palin is an accomplice to the shooting of Gabrielle Giffords and Donald Trump is responsible for the death of Heather Heyer, then the rag of a so called newspaper, The Ashen Slut is guilty of the murder of Lori Gilbert-Kaye, z’l’, h’d’.

J’accuse bitches

Any Jew who still subscribes to, purchases or advertises in that roll of bum wad should be committed to the closest insane asylum.

Non-Jews who do so should merely be shunned by decent people everywhere.

The time is now for Rabbinates across the board to hechsher concealed carry and not just target practice but tactical training.

The time is now that anyone planning copycat versions of Tree of Life or Chabad of Poway should  know that they won’t come out alive.


Lest any of you jackanapes, heathens and Philistines forget what The Almighty has in store for those who try and fuck with Jews.

Here is His message to the children of Jacob.

Not the children of Abraham or Isaac because some of them gave rise to Arabs, i.e. Ishmael and Esau.

And kings shall be thy foster-fathers, and their queens thy nursing mothers; they shall bow down to thee with their face to the earth, and lick the dust of thy feet; and thou shalt know that I am the LORD, for they shall not be ashamed that wait for Me.

And I will feed them that oppress thee with their own flesh; and they shall be drunken with their own blood, as with sweet wine; and all flesh shall know that I the LORD am thy Savior, and thy Redeemer, the Mighty One of Jacob.


By Dr. George N. Tzogopoulos

BESA Center Online Debate No. 8, March 22, 2018

Q: Following the recognition of Jerusalem as Israel’s capital by US President Donald Trump, President of the Palestinian Authority Mahmoud Abbas is counting on the EU to support his cause. In his January 2018 meeting with EU High Representative Federica Mogherini, he was assured “of the firm commitment of the EU to the two-state solution, with Jerusalem as shared capital of the two states – the State of Israel and the State of Palestine”. However, it remains questionable whether the EU has the necessary gravitas to play a catalytic political role in the peace process. BESA joins the debate by posing the question: Can Mahmoud Abbas achieve anything in Europe?

Respondents: Jonathan Schanzer, Alon Ben-Meir, Roland Freudenstein, Azriel Bermant, and Tsilla Hershco

 Jonathan Schanzer, Senior Vice President, Foundation for Defense of Democracies, Washington DC

Mahmoud Abbas has already gained quite a lot from the Europeans. He has the sympathies of the EU and the support of its Middle East negotiators. This was evident during the Obama years, as European leaders lined up behind the American president as he engaged in a campaign to isolate Israel for its settlement policy in the West Bank. It was also evident throughout Abbas’s stop-and-go “Palestine 194” campaign, during which the aging Palestinian leader sought and gained unofficial recognition of statehood at the General Assembly and a host of other UN agencies.

However, there is a limit to how much leverage Abbas can gain from Europe. This was as true during the Obama years as it is with the new administration. Abbas is learning that now as he courts the Europeans for support amidst an increasingly bitter spat with the White House over Palestinian Authority funding and transparency. The White House has the Palestinians on their heels, and the Europeans simply don’t wield enough power to change that dynamic. The more Abbas looks to the Europeans for help, the more power he is likely to lose. In the end, Washington always trumps Brussels.

Alon Ben-Meir, Professor and Senior Fellow at New York University’s Center for Global Affairs and Senior Fellow at the World Policy Institute, New York

The relationship between the EU and the PA has by and large been very positive, especially because the EU has been and continues to be the largest financial contributor to the PA. Moreover, the EU has always supported the two-state solution and has been openly critical of the occupation and the Israeli settlements, which it considers a major obstacle to peace.

Due to Trump’s recognition of Jerusalem as Israel’s capital, Abbas wrongly concluded that the US can no longer be a neutral interlocutor, which flies in the face of the reality that the US is the only country that can exact any meaningful concession from Israel to achieve peace.

Moreover, whereas the EU is sympathetic to the Palestinian stance, it can do very little to change the dynamic of the peace process on its own. Hence, it is unrealistic for the PA to hope that the EU can revive the peace negotiations, particularly because the EU has limited sway over Israel. Abbas’s requests for the European community to recognize the Palestinian state may sway some nations to do so, but that would only harden the Israeli position.

Hence, Abbas’s decision to sidestep the US will simply go nowhere. He will have to come to the table sooner or later knowing that America’s role in the peace process has been, and will continue to be, indispensable.

Roland Freudenstein, Policy Director, Wilfried Martens Centre for European Studies, Brussels

Certainly, President Trump’s decision to recognize Jerusalem as the capital of Israel has led many in Europe to side more openly with the Palestinian Authority (PA), if only to spite Trump. In that respect, it made sense for PA leader Mahmoud Abbas to visit Europe in a renewed push to get more EU member states, and maybe the EU as a whole, to recognize Palestine as a sovereign state. Alas, there are still too many in Europe who see the futility of such a recognition in the absence of a peace agreement. Such an agreement would have to include not only two sovereign states, but also comprehensive security guarantees for Israel – after several wars of annihilation waged against it from Palestinian territory as well as from neighboring Arab states.

But if there is no recognition by the whole EU, Abbas asked European leaders, could there be at least an association agreement between the EU and the PA? This again was answered negatively by most EU leaders (with the notable exception of France) precisely because Palestine is not a sovereign state, and the PA is barely in control of the West Bank and certainly not of Gaza under Hamas. So, for the moment, the only thing Abbas might have achieved is a push to increase EU financial assistance to the PA – with the well-known problems of massive corruption and incitement to terrorism which are endemic in the PA. Quite an achievement, Mr. Abbas!

Azriel Bermant, Historian and Lecturer in International Relations at Tel Aviv University and at the Rothberg International School, Hebrew University of Jerusalem. Author of Margaret Thatcher and the Middle East(2016, Cambridge University Press)

In the wake of President Trump’s announcement recognizing Jerusalem as Israel’s capital, it is understandable that Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas would head for Europe to shore up his position.  The Palestinians snubbed US VP Mike Pence during his recent trip to the Middle East, and have declared that the Americans will no longer have an exclusive role to play as a mediator. The Europeans will do what they can to save the two-state solution, and Abbas traveled to Europe well aware that he would receive the red carpet treatment. During his meeting with EU High Representative for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy Federica Mogherini in Brussels, Abbas pleaded for EU member states to recognize a Palestinian state. Slovenia may be about to do so.

If several EU member states take such a step, this would provide a short-term morale boost for the Palestinian leader. However, EU member states are divided on Israel/Palestine and Mogherini would be well aware that no progress is possible without constructive American leadership. This is in short supply at present. Europe will be unable to improve the prospects for Palestinian independence and drive negotiations forward when the minimal demands of Israelis and Palestinians are unbridgeable and the US president is busy sabotaging his own supposed deal of the century to end the conflict between Israelis and the Palestinians.

Tsilla Hershco, Research Associate, BESA Center, Bar-Ilan University

Over the years, Europe has gradually supported the upgrade of the status of the Palestinian Authority.  For instance, Europe supported Abbas’s unilateral request to grant the Palestinian Authority non-member observer state status at the UN General Assembly (November 2012).  Europe has systematically and one-sidedly condemned Israeli settlements in Judea and Samaria as a major factor in undermining the peace process, while ignoring the Palestinians’ incitements and acts of terror as a major factor that led to a deadlock in Israeli-Palestinian negotiations. Recently Europe unequivocally supported Abbas’s denunciation of Trump’s recognition of Jerusalem as Israel’s capital.

It is reasonable to assume that Europe will continue to provide economic and political support to the Palestinians as this support remains one of the few areas of agreement among the member states, who are divided on numerous major issues such as the common budget, common defense policy, immigration, counter-terrorism, etc. Concurrently, there are still prospects that France’s President Emmanuel Macron will continue to oppose unilateral moves regarding the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. Macron’s opposition to unilateral steps is significant due to his growing influence within the EU. In addition, Eastern European countries that maintain close ties with Israel are likely to oppose extreme unilateral moves such as supporting Abbas’s demand for the UN recognition of a Palestinian state.


US Ambassador to the UN, Nikki Haley explains that a lack of Palestinian leadership is what prevents Peace.

Also see:

Palestinians? What Palestinians?

Who are the Palestinians?

Palestinians Attained ‘Failed State’ Status Even Before it Was Established

An Invitation To Karl Vick

Some months ago someone’s idea of a gift to my wife was to give her a subscription to TIME magazine.

While throwing the October 15 issue into the recycle bin the day it came, by chance it opened to an article by Karl Vick about Mahmoud Abbas, or as the kids call him, Abu Mazen.

You would think that Abbas was the love child of Mahatma Gandhi and Mother Theresa.

According to Vick, Abbas is the greatest pacifist in the Mid-east and is single handedly responsible for eliminating terror attacks from Judea and Samaria, and credits him for his strict adherence to diplomacy and negotiations.

No mention of the separation fence foiling countless attempts of terrorism on a regular basis.

No mention of Abbas being in power for eight years of a two year term.

No mention of Abbas and his Fatah henchmen pocketing billions of dollars in aid meant for the Arab populace under his reign.

No mention of his continued incitement of hatred of Jews and Israelis on PA run TV and in PA run schools.

Karl, I’m sorry your photo didn’t accompany your byline.

It would have given me even more of an incentive to wipe my ass with your glorious opus.

Go back to whatever bizarro planet you live on, and in the meantime,


Palestinian Officials Hesitant on Arafat Autopsy

Maybe the Palestinians know enough to not believe their own bullshit.

RAMALLAH, West Bank — The Palestinian justice minister says investigators looking into the circumstances of Yasser Arafat’s death want to review reports from a Swiss lab before deciding on exhuming his remains.

Last week, the lab said it found elevated traces of a radioactive agent, polonium-210, on Arafat’s clothing. The results were inconclusive, but revived speculation that he was poisoned.

Earlier this week, Saeb Erekat, a top aide to Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas, said a decision has been made to dig up Arafat’s remains and test them for polonium.

Watch out! Looks like Arafat’s going in for a big one!

But in an apparent reversal, Justice Minister Ali Mohanna told a news conference on Thursday that Palestinian officials first want to examine the full lab report. He says after the review, “we will decide what testing we need to do.”


Editor’s Notes: It appears that some peeps in the Palestinian camp want to hide any proof that Arafat was gay. As I wrote in a blog post the other day, Jimmy Carter and Arafat loved playing grab-ass during Carter’s visits.

These two were more than simple bosom buddies. Rumor has it Jimmy Carter was Yasir Arafat’s Boy Toy and their favorite game was for Jimmy to guess where Yassy hid his peanut. Jimmy’s term of endearment for Arafat was Sassy Yassy. Arafat called him That stupid American tool who likes to smoke my hookah.