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« Reply #20 on: June 06, 2013, 09:03:21 PM »
Ben Fellows on the run after reporting MP Ken Clarke
Thursday, June 6, 2013 at 2:42PM Gilad Atzmon
Journalist Ben Fellows has gone missing after writing several articles accusing Ken Clarke of touching him up when he was 15 years old. People persecuted for political reasons must be defended.

UK pedo scandals seem to disappeared from UK front pages & of course hardly made a ripple state-side.  US sheeple don't need to read about that nasty stuff, do they?  Our "Special Relationship" requires some discretion after all.  Meanwhile US supermarkets have a special-issue Royalty fan-magazine for sale at checkout counters.  Who buys these checkout-counter mags anyway?  In past 5 years I've seen one person buy one.

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« Reply #21 on: June 07, 2013, 08:36:55 AM »
London Declaration on Anti-Semitism - a Glimpse Into Jewish Phobia



Wednesday, June 5, 2013 at 2:37PM Gilad Atzmon

Introduction by Gilad Atzmon: Below you will find the London Declaration on Antisemitism followed by a great analytical deconstruction by Stuart Littlewood.

The declaration doesn't leave much room for doubt, Israel and its Lobby are in a state of panic.  The London Statement is a clear attempt to stop discussion on issues to do with Jewish past, the Holocaust, the Jewish State and its Jewish nature.

Interestingly enough, the declaration provides us with an insight into Zionist projection. Far from being a universal statement, the declaration is primarily concerned with anti-Jewish discrimination. The declaration is a brutal and crude attempt to interfere with freedom of expression that is still regarded by some as a precious human value.

The declaration is full with logical flaws. Here is one example. Though Israel defines itself as the Jewish State, the declaration calls to stop those who “target the State of Israel as a Jewish collectivity” (1). I guess that the meaning of it is simple. Israel  is happy to define itself as a Jewish State but it doesn't like to be defined as such by others.

The declaration calls  “national governments, parliaments, international institutions… to affirm democratic and human values, build societies based on respect and citizenship and combat any manifestations of antisemitism and discrimination.”  I would expect the Israeli Government to follow this call and to make sure that Israel, once and for all, becomes a ‘state of its citizens’ and succumb to principles of ‘human values’ and true democracy, because at the moment Israel is still a ‘Jewish State’ and its legal system discriminates non-Jews.

The declaration is an attempt to seal Jewish past “Governments must challenge any foreign leader, politician or public figure who denies, denigrates or trivialises the Holocaust” (3). It is obviously clear that some Jews don’t like it when gentiles look into their past.  But the question is why? Is there something secretive in Jewish past? The declaration also fails to define exactly what denial, denigration or trivialization may entail. 

I guess that the desperate appeal to law and international community is taking place now because Israel and its supporters grasp that the tide has changed. -resentment towards Israel and its lobbies cannot be contained anymore.

I guess that Israel and its Lobby better learn to self-reflect rather than attempting to silence criticism. 

The London Declaration on Combating Antisemitism

Preamble

We, Representatives of our respective Parliaments from across the world, convening in London for the founding Conference and Summit of the Inter-parliamentary Coalition for Combating Antisemitism, draw the democratic world’s attention to the resurgence of antisemitism as a potent force in politics, international affairs and society.

We note the dramatic increase in recorded antisemitic hate crimes and attacks targeting Jewish persons and property, and Jewish religious, educational and communal institutions.

We are alarmed at the resurrection of the old language of prejudice and its modern manifestations in rhetoric and political action -against Jews, Jewish belief and practice and the State of Israel.

We are alarmed by Government-backed antisemitism in general, and state-backed genocidal antisemitism, in particular.

We, as Parliamentarians, affirm our commitment to a comprehensive programme of action to meet this challenge.

We call upon national governments, parliaments, international institutions, political and civic leaders, NGOs, and civil society to affirm democratic and human values, build societies based on respect and citizenship and combat any manifestations of antisemitism and discrimination.

We today in London resolve that;

Challenging Antisemitism

1. Parliamentarians shall expose, challenge, and isolate political actors who engage in hate against Jews and target the State of Israel as a Jewish collectivity;

2. Parliamentarians should speak out against antisemitism and discrimination directed against any minority, and guard against equivocation, hesitation and justification in the face of expressions of hatred;

3. Governments must challenge any foreign leader, politician or public figure who denies, denigrates or trivializes the Holocaust and must encourage civil society to be vigilant to this phenomenon and to openly condemn it;

4. Parliamentarians should campaign for their Government to uphold international commitments on combating antisemitism -including the OSCE Berlin Declaration and its eight main principles;

5. The UN should reaffirm its call for every member state to commit itself to the principles laid out in the Holocaust Remembrance initiative including specific and targeted policies to eradicate Holocaust denial and trivialisation;

6. Governments and the UN should resolve that never again will the institutions of the international community and the dialogue of nation states be abused to try to establish any legitimacy for antisemitism, including the singling out of Israel for discriminatory treatment in the international arena, and we will never witness – or be party to -another gathering like the United Nations World Conference against Racism, Racial Discrimination, Xenophobia and other related Intolerances in Durban in 2001;

Media and the Internet

    Governments should acknowledge the challenge and opportunity of the growing new forms of communication;
    Media Regulatory Bodies should utilise the EUMC ‘Working Definition of antisemitism’ to inform media standards;
    Governments should take appropriate and necessary action to prevent the broadcast of antisemitic programmes
    on satellite television channels, and to apply pressure on the host broadcast nation to take action to prevent the
    transmission of antisemitic programmes;

    The OSCE should seek ways to coordinate the response of member states to combat the use of the internet
    to promote incitement to hatred;

    Law enforcement authorities should use domestic “hate crime”, “incitement to hatred” and other legislation as
    well as other means to mitigate and, where permissible, to prosecute “Hate on the Internet” where racist and
    antisemitic content is hosted, published and written;

    An international task force.... etc., etc., etc.

    and much more...
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« Reply #22 on: June 07, 2013, 11:17:54 AM »
Syria - Israel Is Losing the Battle



Friday, June 7, 2013 at 4:12PM Gilad Atzmon

In the last week we have been following British and French’s desperate attempts to push for a military intervention in Syria. It is far from being a secret that both British and French government are dominated by the Jewish Lobby. In Britain it is the ultra Zionist CFI (Conservative Friends of Israel) - apparently 80% of  Britain’s conservative MPs are members of the pro Israeli Lobby. In France the situation is even more devastating, the entire political system is hijacked by the forceful CRIF.

But in case anyone fails to grasp why the Jewish Lobby is pushing for an immediate intervention, Debka, an Israeli news outlet provides the answer. Seemingly, the Syrian army is winning on all fronts. Israel’s military and geo-political calculations are proved to be wrong.

According to Debka, “the battle for Damascus is over”. The Syrian army had virtually “regained control of the city in an epic victory”.  The rebels, largely mercenaries,  have lost the battle they “can’t do much more than fire sporadically. They can no longer launch raids, or pose threats to the city centre, the airport or the big Syrian air base nearby.
The Russian and Iranian transports constantly bringing replenishment's for keeping the Syrian army fighting can again land at Damascus airport after months of rebel siege.”

But it isn’t just the capital. Debka reports that “Hezbollah and Syrian units have tightened their siege on the rebels holding out in the northern sector of al Qusayr; other (Syrian army) units have completed their takeover of the countryside around the town of Hama; and a third combined Syrian-Hizballah force has taken up positions around Aleppo.”

Debka maintains that senior IDF officers criticized the Israeli defense minister (Moshe Ya'alon) who “mislead” the Knesset a few days ago estimating that “Bashar Assad controlled only 40% of Syrian territory.”  Debka suggests that Israeli defense Minister drawn on a “flawed intelligence assessment and were concerned that the armed forces were acting on the basis of inaccurate intelligence.” Debka stresses, “erroneous assessments… must lead to faulty decision-making.”

Debka is clearly brave enough to admit that Israeli military miscalculations may have lead to disastrous consequences. It reports, “the massive Israeli bombardment of Iranian weapons stored near Damascus for Hezbollah, turned out a month later to have done more harm than good. It gave Bashar Assad a boost instead of weakening his resolve.”

Debka is obviously correct. It doesn’t take a genius to predict that an Israeli attack on an Arab land cannot be accepted by the Arab masses, not even by Assad’s bitterest Arab opponents.

Debka maintains that the “intelligence focus on military movements in Syria especially around Damascus to ascertain that advanced missiles and chemical weapons don’t reach Hezbollah laid to a failure of in detecting major movement by Hezbollah militia units towards the Syrian-Israeli border.”

Israel is now facing a new reality.  It is facing Hezbollah reinforcements  streaming in from Lebanon towards the Golan heights and its border with Syria.

Israel, Debka concludes, will soon find itself  “face to face for the first time with Hezbollah units equipped with heavy arms and missiles on the move along the Syrian-Israeli border and manning positions opposite Israel’s Golan outposts and villages.”

Debka is correct to suggest that instead of “growing weaker, Iran’s Lebanese proxy is poised to open another war-front and force the IDF to adapt to a new military challenge from the Syrian Golan.”

Rather than The Gurdian or the Le Monde, it is actually the Israeli Debka that helps us to grasp why Britain and France are so  desperate to intervene. Once again, it is a Zionist war which they are so eager to fight.

Sadly enough, it isn’t The Guardian or The New York Times that is there to reveal the latest development in Syria and expose Israeli lethal miscalculations. It is actually a ‘Zionist’ Israeli patriotic outlet that is providing the good. I actually believe that this form of harsh self-criticism that is embedded in Israeli culture, is the means that sustains Israeli regional hegemony, at least monetarily. This ability to critically examine and disapprove your own leadership is something I fail to encounter in Western media. Seemingly,  the  media in Israel is far more tolerant toward criticism  than the Zionist dominated Media in the West.
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« Reply #23 on: June 07, 2013, 11:34:45 AM »
Battle for Damascus is over. Is Israel intelligence slow on Syrian war?

Syrian tanks in Damascus


When Israeli Defense Minister Moshe Ya’alon informed a Knesset panel Monday, June 3, that Syrian rebels still occupied four Damascus districts, debkafile’s intelligence sources reported that the battle for the Syrian capital was all but over. Barring small pockets of resistance, Bashar Assad’s army had virtually regained control of the city in an epic victory. From those pockets, the rebels can’t do much more than fire sporadically. They can no longer launch raids, or pose threats to the city center, the airport or the big Syrian air base nearby.

The Russian and Iranian transports constantly bringing replenishment's for keeping the Syrian army fighting can again land at Damascus airport after months of rebel siege.

The rebels fell back in Damascus after being outflanked in a pincer movement in Damascus’s eastern outskirts executed by the Syrian army’s 4th and 3rd Divisions and a “Fuji” commando unit . Most of the rebels were pushed outside the city.

debkafile’s military sources report that, as of Tuesday, June 4, Assad’s army controls all the capital’s road connections and its western districts. It has also cleared opposition forces out of areas west of Damascus through the Zabadni region and up to the Lebanese border.

To the northwest, Hizballah and Syrian units have tightened their siege on the rebels holding out in the northern sector of al Qusayr; other units have completed their takeover of the countryside around the town of Hama; and a third combined Syrian-Hizballah force has taken up positions around Aleppo.

Senior IDF officers criticized the defense minister’s briefing on Syria Monday to the Knesset Foreign and Defense Committee in which he estimated that Bashar Assad controlled only 40 percent of Syrian territory as misleading. They said he had drawn on a flawed intelligence assessment and were concerned that the armed forces were acting on the basis of inaccurate intelligence. Erroneous assessments, they feared, must lead to faulty decision-making. They cited two instances:

1. On May 5, the massive Israeli bombardment of Iranian weapons stored near Damascus for Hizballah, turned out a month later to have done more harm than good. It gave Bashar Assad a boost instead of weakening his resolve.

2.  Israel has laid itself open to unpleasant surprises by its focused watch on military movements in Syria especially around Damascus to ascertain that advanced missiles and chemical weapons don’t reach Hizballah. Missed, for instance, was the major movement by Hizballah militia units towards the Syrian-Israeli border. Our military sources report a Hizballah force is currently deployed outside Deraa, capital of the southern Syrian province of Horan. Reinforcements are streaming in from Lebanon. The Hizballah force and Syrian units are getting ready to move in on the rural Horan and reach the Israeli border nearby through the Syrian Golan.

Their coming offensive, which could be only days away, will find Israeli face to face for the first time with Hizballah units equipped with heavy arms and missiles on the move along the Syrian-Israeli border and manning positions opposite Israel’s Golan outposts and villages.

The early calculus that the Syrian battlefield would erode Hizballah’s strength held Israel back from obstructing the flow of Hizballah military strength into Syria. It has been proven wrong.

Instead of growing weaker, Iran’s Lebanese proxy is poised to open another warfront and force the IDF to adapt to a new military challenge from the Syrian Golan.

Unlike its previous wars against Israel, this time Hizballah will not confront Israel alone. On May 30, when the Syrian ruler spoke of “popular” demands to mount “resistance” operations against Israel from the Golan, he didn’t mention Hizballah because he was referring to demands coming from inside Syria.
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« Reply #24 on: June 07, 2013, 12:20:36 PM »
Senior IDF officers criticized the defense minister’s briefing on Syria Monday to the Knesset Foreign and Defense Committee in which he estimated that Bashar Assad controlled only 40 percent of Syrian territory as misleading. They said he had drawn on a flawed intelligence assessment and were concerned that the armed forces were acting on the basis of inaccurate intelligence. Erroneous assessments, they feared, must lead to faulty decision-making. They cited two instances:

1. On May 5, the massive Israeli bombardment of Iranian weapons stored near Damascus for Hizballah, turned out a month later to have done more harm than good. It gave Bashar Assad a boost instead of weakening his resolve.

2.  Israel has laid itself open to unpleasant surprises by its focused watch on military movements in Syria especially around Damascus to ascertain that advanced missiles and chemical weapons don’t reach Hizballah. Missed, for instance, was the major movement by Hizballah militia units towards the Syrian-Israeli border. Our military sources report a Hizballah force is currently deployed outside Deraa, capital of the southern Syrian province of Horan. Reinforcements are streaming in from Lebanon. The Hizballah force and Syrian units are getting ready to move in on the rural Horan and reach the Israeli border nearby through the Syrian Golan.

Debka is obviously reporting this as a war. Seems the nicety of a declaration is a thing of the past.
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« Reply #25 on: June 07, 2013, 12:36:58 PM »
Debka is obviously reporting this as a war. Seems the nicety of a declaration is a thing of the past.

That would take a little more 'class', now the-you-know-who just bomb and ask questions later.
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« Reply #26 on: June 07, 2013, 11:29:56 PM »
Syria - Israel Is Losing the Battle

But in case anyone fails to grasp why the Jewish Lobby is pushing for an immediate intervention, Debka, an Israeli news outlet provides the answer. Seemingly, the Syrian army is winning on all fronts. Israel’s military and geo-political calculations are proved to be wrong.

Just goes to prove my point that Israel (proper) is just a tool in the hands of London/Wall St/Jew oligarchs.   Israel of course stupidly supported the war on Syria despite little realistic hope of gaining useful territory or resources.  Assads had a grim detente w/Israel as with previous Egypt, Iran & Iraq but PTB of course wrecked all that.

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« Reply #27 on: June 08, 2013, 01:01:17 AM »
All this soul searching over lost face by Israel - and now calling it a war, yes - suggests they may plan to ... take it into high gear and push the US to make a heavier commitment.
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« Reply #28 on: June 08, 2013, 01:13:14 AM »
Debka is obviously reporting this as a war. Seems the nicety of a declaration is a thing of the past.

That's true, in our post-construtionlist deconstructist world calling it a war would be a deconstruction in itself.
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« Reply #29 on: June 12, 2013, 10:23:09 AM »
"You look like a bloody Jew"
 
Monday, June 10, 2013 at 2:33PM Gilad Atzmon


British MP, Patrick Mercer was shot by a hidden camera and told how on a visit to Israel he called an Israeli soldier "a bloody Jew."

Due to the report, Mercer resigned from the Conservative Party and stated he will not stand for re-election.


Watch your mouth, big brother is listening. You cannot hide anymore...
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« Reply #30 on: June 12, 2013, 10:29:34 AM »
Organ trafficking & Israel 

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Monday, June 10, 2013 at 11:08PM Gilad Atzmon

Many Israel-tilting individuals, both in the pro-Israel movement and in the pro-Palestine movement, complain about my 2 articles (here and here) exposing Israeli organ-trafficking – ignoring the fact that this practice is so widespread!

(Surprisingly, before my articles came out, even the Electronic Intifada scoffed at the subject.)

Italian border authorities arrested 77-year-old Israeli citizen Gedaliah Taub on Friday on suspicion of international human organ trafficking. Taub was detained at the Rome airport after officials determined his passport was forged.

Rome police told Maariv that Brazil had issued an international arrest warrant for Taub after he fled the South American country in 2009 during a leave from prison, where he was serving a nine-year sentence for organ trafficking.

Taub reportedly arrived in Rome on Thursday and presented the border officials his Israeli passport. The official noted that Taub was behaving anxiously and upon further inspection, discovered that the date of birth on the passport had been altered. The Israeli citizen was taken for questioning and his fingerprints were run in an international database, which revealed that he was wanted in Brazil. A search of his belongings further revealed that he was carrying multiple passports as well as a knife. Taub was promptly arrested and sent to a local jail where he awaits extradition to Brazil.

The Italian police officer in charge of the case, told Maariv that he spoke to colleagues in Brazil, who told him Taub was a former IDF officer who served as the leader of a human organ trafficking ring that offered poor Brazilians to sell him their kidneys for $12,000.

“We know of at least 19 cases in which Brazilian citizens sold their kidneys to Taub and his friends,” the Brazilian officials told their Italian counterpart. They added that the traffickers would send their victims to South Africa, where doctors would remove their kidneys and transplant them in the bodies of wealthy buyers.

Brazil issued the arrest warrant in 2010, after Taub went missing, failing to return from a prison leave.

The Israeli embassy in Rome received notice of Taub’s arrest. He is entitled to a visit by the ambassador.

Here's the latest news report on the topic: Israeli arrested in Rome for organ trafficking
Man escaped from Brazil while on leave from prison in 2009, after being convicted of leading a kidney purchasing ring

http://www.timesofisrael.com/israeli-arrested-in-rome-for-organ-trafficking/
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« Reply #31 on: June 12, 2013, 07:57:26 PM »
Organ trafficking & Israel 
Italian border authorities arrested 77-year-old Israeli citizen Gedaliah Taub on Friday on suspicion of international human organ trafficking. Taub was detained at the Rome airport after officials determined his passport was forged.

Rome police told Maariv that Brazil had issued an international arrest warrant for Taub after he fled the South American country in 2009 during a leave from prison, where he was serving a nine-year sentence for organ trafficking.
US JMSM has no time for that story but gave massive attention to plight of Sarah Murnaghan, the little Jewish girl suffering from cystic fibrosis.  Jewish judge said to ignore the rules & move her to top of waiting list.


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« Reply #32 on: June 12, 2013, 10:05:03 PM »
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Jewish judge said to ignore the rules & move her to top of waiting list.

His action was not fair, but lets face it, they do look after their own tribe first.
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« Reply #33 on: June 13, 2013, 07:49:17 PM »
His action was not fair, but lets face it, they do look after their own tribe first.

Latest news re Sarah Murnaghan:  she got adult lungs transplanted.  List was organized so kids would get kid lungs, adults, adult lungs.  Parents/judge moved Sarah to adult list.

http://www.nbcnews.com/health/dying-girl-who-sparked-debate-gets-lung-transplant-adult-donor-6C10295493

The lungs offered Wednesday to a dying 10-year-old girl whose transplant plight changed the nation’s organ allocation rules came from an adult donor, perhaps proving that her parents were right all along.

Sarah Murnaghan of Newtown Square, Pa., underwent more than six hours of surgery to receive two lobe transplants, meaning that a pair of adult lungs was cut down to fit her small size, according to a statement from her family, including parents Janet and Francis Murnaghan.

Custom-tailored lungs simply 'routine' surgery?  Who's paying not mentioned.  Insurance company undoubtedly, "pro-bono".

"We are thrilled to share that Sarah is out of surgery," the statement read. "Her doctors are very pleased with both her progress during the procedure and her prognosis for recovery."
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Sarah Murnaghan, 10, who has been waiting for a lung transplant for 18 months, was set for surgery on Wednesday, her family said.

That indicates that a giant push by Sarah's parents, which resulted in a lawsuit and a federal court order, actually worked as they’d hoped: to allow their daughter to receive adult lungs based on the severity of her illness instead of existing rules.

“It is wonderful that the transplant is proceeding,” said Art Caplan, director of medical ethics at New York University’s Langone Medical Center. “The parents really went the extra mile.”

It wasn’t immediately clear if the lungs came from someone who designated the organs specifically for Sarah or whether she was the sickest recipient included on the adult lung transplant waiting list in her region. The girl, who suffers from end-stage cystic fibrosis, had been waiting on the pediatric lung list since 2011.

The surgeons had no challenges resizing and transplanting the donor lungs, the family said. "The surgery went smoothly and Sarah did extremely well."

As of Wednesday, 217 people were waiting for lungs -- including six children younger than 10 -- in Sarah’s geographical area, Region 2, according to data from the Organ Procurement and Transplantation Network, or OPTN. That includes Washington D.C., Delaware, Maryland, New Jersey, Pennsylvania and West Virginia. Nationwide, nearly 1,700 people are waiting for lungs, including 30 children younger than 10.

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« Reply #34 on: June 13, 2013, 10:34:29 PM »
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Sarah Murnaghan of Newtown Square, Pa., underwent more than six hours of surgery to receive two lobe transplants, meaning that a pair of adult lungs was cut down to fit her small size, according to a statement from her family, including parents Janet and Francis Murnaghan.

Amazing! I hope the little girl will do well.
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« Reply #35 on: June 13, 2013, 10:52:16 PM »
Palestine Solidarity Campaign Infiltrated by Zionists
Thursday, June 13, 2013 at 6:10PM Gilad Atzmon




By Laura Stuart

Today as I was searching pro Israel /anti Muslim websites I discovered that Stand for Peace has been taken over by one Sam Westrop. Hasan Afzal the previous leader and owner of the British Muslims for Israel website has apparently stepped down from his role of hypocritically claiming to stand for freedom of speech whilst running campaigns to prevent Muslim clerics from speaking at venues up and down the U.K.

So who is Sam Westrop? We can read all about him in this piece in the Jewish Telegraph last year. “Only 22, but Sam leads fight against the Israel bashers

  Not only is he an avid Israel supporter he also makes the following astounding statement:

"We have people inside the Palestine Solidarity Campaign. We know a lot of stuff before it's announced. We stop societies from inviting them."

Those of us who have observed the P.S.C. becoming ever more kosher and increasingly involved in Zionist issues will not be at all surprised.

The next generation!
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« Reply #36 on: June 14, 2013, 07:30:27 AM »
Only 22, but Sam leads fight against the Israel bashers

Sam should have his hands full...
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« Reply #37 on: June 14, 2013, 03:13:50 PM »
Thousands of Torah Jews protesting against the State of Israel in NYC
Friday, June 14, 2013 at 8:27AM Gilad Atzmon

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« Reply #38 on: June 14, 2013, 07:20:06 PM »
Sam should have his hands full...

Definitely...  8)
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...Anyone who challenges the prevailing orthodoxy finds himself silenced with.

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« Reply #39 on: June 14, 2013, 07:43:47 PM »
Today as I was searching pro Israel /anti Muslim websites I discovered that Stand for Peace has been taken over by one Sam Westrop. Hasan Afzal the previous leader and owner of the British Muslims for Israel website has apparently stepped down from his role of hypocritically claiming to stand for freedom of speech whilst running campaigns to prevent Muslim clerics from speaking at venues up and down the U.K.

Shill vs shill deal.  London became known as "Londonistan" (far before 9/11) for amazing # of terrorist groups allowed to run rampant like Finsbury Park Mosque crowd.  London responded to the criticism by saying their (unwritten) constitution forced them to permit jihadists to operate openly.  Reality is that MI6/Mossad approved of keeping radical Mooselimbs to serve as patsies.