Friday, August 15, 2014

Hamas: Connecting The Dots

ערב שבת קודש פר׳ עקב תשע״ד

حماس: حركة المقاومة الاسلامية
Hamas: the Islamic Resistance Movement

Dot #1: What does the Left-wing Israeli say?
When I saw the recent report on transgendered, Israeli pop star and left-wing poster child Dana International's diatribe against Hamas, like many, I thought that Mashi'ah was surely on his way. He very well could be. But it is well worth our time to take a closer look at what Dana International, as well as what she did not say.
Breibart: Transgender Israeli Singer to Europe: 'Shut Your Mouths About Gaza, You Raped the World'
Raheem Kassam, August 7, 2014

...these criticisms have not gone unmatched, with the latest rebuke coming from a former Eurovision song contest winner, and leading transgender icon.

Dana International, who was recently featured on YouTube dancing in a synagogue, issued a firmly-worded statement aimed at Israel's critics. She said: “You need to shut your mouths, you have murdered millions and millions of people throughout history.

"Shut up Dutch people! Shut up Belgians! Shut up British people!

"You conquered half of the world. You raped Africa, you raped half of the world. Bring back Africa's money!

"There is no nation in Europe who can come in guilt free and criticize Israel.

"[Israel] is learning our first steps of normal civilization, normal culture.

"Israel has a different mentality than Europe. Europe had many wars. Now it’s our turn to learn how to become more cultural.”

International's words serve to highlight Europe's alleged hypocrisy in hitting out at Israel. Her point, according to PinkNews, was made during a video interview in the Netherlands, which took place at the Israeli Ambassador's house. It is unlikely that European ministers, who are always quick to hit out against the Jewish State, will heed her words.

(Tip: Jews News)
I do not exactly know what Dana International means by "normal civilization, normal culture," or by "more cultural." I will hazard a guess that it has something to do with being more like the goyim, only not anti-Israel,...theoretically. Like many Jewish endeavors, this could mean outdoing the goyim at their own game, being more goyshe than the goyim, an anti-Torah message, if their ever was one.

With the apparent "awakening" of the left-wing in Israel, and the change in tune of a handful of Jew-haters, . In pure, native, leftist denial, they continue to insist that "These Arabs" are different from "Those Arabs."

Thus, this "awakening" of the left is really only an illusion.

Dot #3: "The Green Prince"
The documentary, "The Green Prince," recounts the capture, interrogation, imprisonment, and subsequent "handling" by the Shabba"k (General Security Service AKA: Israeli Secret Police) of Mosab Hassan Yousef, the son of Hamas leader Sheikh Hassan Yousef.

Is is any coincidence that the "The Green Prince," has only had its general release seven days ago on August 8, even though it had already been completed ages ago, and had  won the Sundance Film Festival award for Best Documentary back in January?

This Shabbath will be the anniversary in the Gregorian calendar of the Expulsion of Jews from Gaza (inclusive of Gush Qatif).

Was this just a strategic move on the producer's part, capitalizing on the publicity Hamas has been garnering while bombarding Israel with missiles?

By the way, I do not happen to believe that the Shabba"k necessarily has any involvement in such a conspiracy. I believe they have other things with which to concern themselves, which they believe to be more pressing.

Dot #3: What does the Right-wing Israeli say?
This one doesn't even deserve a dot. It's way too boring. But, whatever...

The right-wing Israeli says whatever the internal voice, stemming from his programming indoctrination he received in the Israeli public, "religious" education system, tells him to say.

And, in case of any , there is the fail safe of the numbing calming, collective voice of the puppets "rabbis," on the payroll of the State, as well as those "rabbis," who genuinely confuse the State with Torah. As farfetched as this may seem, these "rabbis" most certainly do exist. Not only that, but they are very popular, charismatic, and effective at making speeches, telling the masses what they want to hear, that which is palatable and easy to digest.

Dot #3: Demon-acracy
Demon-acracy is just one of the many consequences, resulting from the continuous failed attempts at pounding Arab, square peg into a Western, round hole.

Team America: World Police
Parody? Or Documentary?
Is no secret that the U. S. was, and continues to be, very unhappy that democracy backfired on them when Hamas came to power in the Palestinian Authority elections in 2006.

Sure, Hamas risks the lives of its constituents by using them as human shields, that is if children unable to vote count as constituents. Still, Hamas does build hospitals and schools, and provides just enough food to take credit for it, and blame Israel and the rest of the world for what it lacks.

The U. S. Government may or may not have sown the seeds of Hamas. But, they certainly watered and fertilized the terrorist organization, with the enthusiastic collaboration of the Arabs in Gaza.

When will the U. S. Government ever learn? Probably when it is too late, when the battle between Esau (The West) and Yishma'el (Arabs/Muslims) is at it climax,...and only after it sees that its attempted "mating" with Yishma'el does not produce the desired results..
United States Humanitarian Assistance to Gaza
Office of the Spokesperson 
Washington, DC 
July 21, 2014

Today, Secretary of State John Kerry announced that the United States is providing $47 million to help address the humanitarian situation in Gaza. This assistance includes:
  • An initial $15 million contribution to the United Nations Relief and Works Agency for Palestine Refugees in the Near East (UNRWA) in response to UNRWA’s $60 million Gaza Flash Appeal;
  • $3.5 million in emergency relief assistance from USAID’s Office of Foreign Disaster Assistance (OFDA);
  • $10 million in existing USAID bilateral funding, redirected to meet immediate humanitarian needs; and
  • $18.5 million in new USAID bilateral funding for humanitarian and emergency relief assistance.
These funds will provide critical humanitarian aid, including shelter, food, and medical supplies to Palestinians in Gaza. The United States remains committed to addressing the humanitarian needs of the Palestinian people, and will continue to monitor the humanitarian situation closely.
"Monitor the humanitarian situation closely," perhaps, but not the money trail.

I find it VERY difficult to believe that the U. S. Government is that naive in thinking that the $47 million in "humanitarian" aid will actually be used for humanitarian purposes. A hospital, a school of radical Islamic doctrine, and little bit of food,...the usual pattern.

Perhaps the U. S. believes that a portion of these funds are bound to become unaccounted for anyway; some funds trickling down to the people is better than no funds at all. And besides, to the U. S. Government, Jewish blood seems to be pretty cheap!


Dot #4: Friends in Name Only,...Not Even That
The Jewish Press: Obama Holds Up Weapons Transfer to Israel
Tensions between Israel and the Obama administration are at an all-time high.

Rachel Levy, August 14th, 2014

An imminent delivery of Hellfire missiles set to arrive in Israel from the US has been held up by the White House.

Moreover, the transfer of any weapons and other military hardware to Israel, even routine munitions requests, is now being blocked by the State Department and the White House.

In clear language, it means that any form of American military aid – once a ‘given’ by Israel’s “closest friend and ally” – is now being scrutinized by President Barack Obama and Secretary of State John Kerry, at a time when Israel is facing an enemy supplied by Iran and Syria, and intent on its destruction.

The move has only served to further wind up an already tense relationship between the White House and Israel.

According to an Israeli government official quoted by the Wall Street Journal, “We’ve been there before with a lot of tension with us and Washington. What we have now, on top of that, is mistrust and a collision of different perspectives on the Middle East. It’s become very personal.”

Specifically, the Pentagon blocked delivery of the Hellfire missiles because officials at the White House and in the State Department were worried about the reaction of Palestinian Arabs in the US and abroad, according to the report.

The WSJ article cited a number of past conflicts between the Obama administration and the Netanyahu government. It then went on, however, to say the straw that broke the camel’s back had to do with the attack near the UNRWA school in Gaza.

“The watershed moment came in the early morning in Gaza July 30. An Israeli shell struck a United Nations school in Jabaliya that sheltered about 3,000 people. Later that day, it was reported in the U.S. that the 120-mm and 40-mm rounds had been released to the Israeli military,” WSJ reported.
A US diplomat complained about being “blindsided” and officials at the White House and State Department were disturbed by what they considered a risk to regional stability and Israel’s interests due to a “humanitarian catastrophe,” according to the report.

However, no one was blindsided. The Israelis filed a routine request for munitions as they always did. Israeli bureaucracy is famous for its automated mentality, which is set in motion months in advance. Even the draft notices for upcoming 18-year-olds begin two years earlier – at age 16 – and then are sent out six months before the actual appointment.

“There was no intent to blindside anyone. The process for this transfer was followed precisely along the lines that it should have,” the official said.

But with regard to the July 30 attack, the information was reported from Gaza inaccurately from the start, deliberately manipulating and inciting American officials.

Pallywood wins again – but it is a bit odd that top government officials could so easily be misled, unless it’s an active choice on their part.

That’s not the fault of American media but rather due to the Hamas propaganda machine and the willingness of the United Nations Relief and Works Agency (UNRWA) to collaborate.

It’s also due to the need for journalists to stay alive; there have been more than a few reporters who have managed to leave Gaza and later were courageous enough to admit they were threatened with death if they were to photograph, let alone report, the truth of what they were doing to their own civilians there.

The lone shell that was fired struck outside the school compound, as was already admitted by at least one UNRWA official in a tweet several hours after the event.
This report from Rachel Levy was not bad, albeit to kind to everyone involved, and no information was provided regarding the munitions hidden in this UN "schools," nor reminders of previous UN collaborations with Arab terrorist organizations.

And, by the way, before we start blaming Obama and Kerry for everything -- and I certainly do not mind blaming them -- I must say that this all just part of the illusion of significant differences between Democrats' and Republicans' attitudes toward Israel (and Jews).

Ronald Reagan was perhaps the least worst. Yet let us not forget the Iran Contra Affair (AKA: Iran Contra Mess). Which would have been worse? That he knew about it? Or that he did not know about it?

George Bush, Sr. threatened Prime Minister Shamir, if he did stop building in Yehudah and Shomron.(We're still here, by the way!) He insisted on Israeli "restraint" during the first Persian Gulf War

George Bush, Jr. sold us out for Arab oil.

All of them made a mess of Iran and Iraq. Donald Rumsfeld is Saddam Hussein's buddy one, day, and enemy the next.

There isn't any significant difference. As far as I am concerned, anyone who does not see the following map as Israel,...

...and the border shall go down from Shepham to Riblah, on the east side of Ain; and the border shall go down, and shall strike upon the slope of the sea of Kinnereth eastward; and the border shall go down to the Jordan, and the goings out thereof shall be at the Salt Sea; this shall be your land according to the borders thereof round about.' And Moses commanded the children of Israel, saying: 'This is the land wherein ye shall receive inheritance by lot, which the LORD hath commanded to give unto the nine tribes, and to the half-tribe; for the tribe of the children of Reuben according to their fathers' houses, and the tribe of the children of Gad according to their fathers' houses, have received, and the half-tribe of Manasseh have received, their inheritance; the two tribes and the half-tribe have received their inheritance beyond the Jordan at Jericho eastward, toward the sun-rising....' Numbers 34:11-15 anti-Israel. I guess that is not saying too much about members of the Israeli Government, either, does it?

Although perhaps the Democrats are just more open about their vile hatred for us....
Conservative Tribune: Obama Supports Charging Israel With “War Crimes” 
(Tip: Destination Green Hill)
War crimes? What are we supposed to do? Roll over and die? (חו״ח) Apparently....

But, I digress...

The most important piece of information I believe Rachel Levy mentioned in her report was...
...but it is a bit odd that top government officials could so easily be misled, unless it’s an active choice on their part.
Just as I point out above, regarding the fate of "humanitarian" aid, funneled in through Arab terrorists, the question is...
Are members of the U. S. Government really that stupid, or are they evil?
Food for thought....

Dot #6: Israeli Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu
I have yet to figure out what this man's motivations are. People like former Israeli President Shimon Peres are much easier to figure out. מי שמבין יבין

In any event, it appears that, for whatever reason, PA President Mahmud Abbas is being made out to look like the "Good Arab." This is supported by the Left above, cursing Hamas, and yet still "loving" the Arabs more than themselves.

This map of PA President Mahmud Abbas's vision should say it all. But even this in-your-face map has difficulties penetrating the deep denial of Jews, implanted within us by the Exile, and by those collaborators insistent on our remaining there...

PA President Mahmud Abbas's vision for a Palestinian State, ie. absent of any Jewish state.

Connecting the Dots
Well, if you have been paying attention, you will see that...

The U. S. is not our friend, and never has been. It has only helped us when it supported its agenda. From the arrival of the colonists to the "promised land," to the "manifest destiny" of the Polk Administration, even the toying with the idea of using Hebrew as the official language of the U. S., the West has been waiting in the wings to challenge Israel for its birthright.

Holocaust denier and one of the masterminds behind the Munich Olympic Massacre of 11 Israeli athletes, Mahmud Abbas is now the "Good Arab?"

"These Arabs" or "Those Arabs," take your pick. Either way, Israel is simply repeating the same mistakes over again, expecting different results.

Nothing has changed, only some of the details and strategies to make us think that they have changed.

Israel is on the same co-dependent path toward self-destruction.

As Rabbi Me'ir Kahane ztz"l (OOOOH! There's that "scary" name! Scary, out of ignorance, and defensiveness of the Western-assimilationst mindset....) teaches in his book Listen World, Listen Jew, the strategy of assimilation, of trying to be just like the goyim, and seeking their acceptance, has not been working for us, at least not since our significant presence in Spain, and subsequent expulsion.

So, how about trying a different strategy already?

Let's try to live like Jews, instead of like goyim?

And, how do we do that? The instructions are right in front of us. We just have to pick them up, and study them.

Instructions of how to live like a Jew are all in Torah. 
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