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Community service for treason

The Haaretz reporter who obtained and published classified documents won’t be jailed. According to the terms of his plea bargain, he will be sentenced to four months of community service.

This traitor is just the kind of person whose services his community needs.

05 July 2012 Posted in left

Leftist media slam security for deporting Arabs

The Haaretz reported an incident in Ben Gurion airport. Two Arab tourists aroused so much suspicion that airport security requested log-in details for their e-mail, read it, and found the correspondence sufficiently dangerous to deport them.

These security personnel should be praised for their clever handling of these provocateurs.

06 June 2012 Posted in left

Journalists defend their right to commit treason

The Israeli Journalists Association is planning a demonatration to protest criminal charges against Blau, an ultra-leftist journalist for Haaretz who obtained, concealed, and published classified military documents. In the most lenient fashion, the Attorney General charged him merely with possession of classified documents rather than high treason.

Uri Blau

02 June 2012 Posted in left

Anti-Arab incident in Jerusalem is greatly exaggerated

Following the example of Haaretz, foreign and leftist media are screaming over the beating in Jerusalem Malcha shopping mall, where hundreds of Beitar football club fans allegedly lynched Arab customers.

Actually, all that happened was that a few dozen soccer fans behaved indecently toward a few Arabs. There were no beatings at all, and the situation was so ordinary that neither police nor even security on the premises rushed to intervene. After screening the video recordings, police found no reason to charge anyone with anything. Preposterous media charges continued, however, including that the Arabs were saved from lynching only by the cafe owners’ refusal to give knives to the mob.

The behavior of these Jews was indeed indecent. Even though we have a religious and political obligation to expel the Arabs, this must be done with as much respect as possible. But on the other hand, in their rage the soccer fans behaved normally in a way that nice Jews often are afraid to—to hate those who hate us.

Selective eco standards in Israel

The Haaretz published excerpts from the work of industrial hygiene expert Benny Malenky. While generally inconspicuous, it contains a curious fact. In a government building in Jerusalem, many employees were treated for a skin rash that turned out to have been caused by a nearby factory.

The solution was not to close the factory, but to relocate the government building. And to hell with the local residents.

No arrests in espionage case

Uri Blau, a Haaretz reporter who illegally obtained classified IDF documents, published some, and hid the others, has returned to Israel. But he is not to be arrested; Shabak security service will only interrogate him.

Israeli security agencies fear the leftist media.

Uri Blau

Leftists test the law

Police are investigating another Haaretz correspondent. This one boasted in an article of illegally bringing three Palestinians into Israel.

In practical terms, there was no harm done: tens of thousands of Palestinians cross into Israel illegally every week. What is notable is the leftists’ sense of immunity for their crimes.

18 June 2010 Posted in left

Haaretz retaliates against IDF

Haunted by a scandal in which one of its own correspondents spied on Israeli national security, Haaretz has found a way to strike back.

The newspaper revealed that in the last year, the Knesset’s web site mistakenly published detailed minutes of deliberations on top-secret systems for the Defense Ministry. The web pages were soon removed, but they remained in the caches of search engines, available to potential spies. The Defense Ministry asked Israeli journalists to keep quiet about this matter so as not to attract enemy spies.

Haaretz defied the request and disclosed the sensitive leak.

28 April 2010 Posted in left

Plea bargain over state treason

Anat Kam’s lawyer announced that he is in talks with Shabak about a plea bargain, which we expect would allow his client to evade a jail sentence in return for merely returning the stolen documents—never mind the copies taken.

A pickpocket would be refused a plea bargain that allowed him to return the last stolen purse in return for immunity, but rules are different for leftist traitors.

Compounding the shame, Shabak complains that it does not know the whereabouts of the stolen documents. What? Go search the homes of the reporter Blau, his relatives, and Haaretz’s senior staff, as Shabk would have done in any regular case.

Instead of public figures asking Blau to return to stolen top-secret documents, the fellow should have been indicted immediately and his extradition sought from Great Britain. But the security establishment is afraid of leftist media.

Rare leftist goes to trial

Hearings have begun on the case of one Anat Kam. Serving as a secretary in the bureau of OC Central Command from 2005–2007, she copied some 2,000 top-secret files and passed them to Haaretz. With the military censor looking the other way, the ultra-left newspaper duly published extensive references to Israel’s secret military policies, including specific information on the killing of wanted terrorists and deployment in the West Bank.

08 April 2010 Posted in left

Though left, Peres is right

According to Haaretz, Peres explains the international outcry over Israeli construction in Jerusalem as a reaction to Sheikh Jarrah and similar projects.

And he is correct. Even Arabs used to keep quiet about Israeli construction in predominantly Jewish districts of Jerusalem. But Israeli construction on Sheikh Jarrah provoked an outcry, and now foreign leaders oppose all the construction because they do not know whether a particular project is in a Jewish or Arab neighborhood.

The Sheikh Jarrah project is silly: a few apartment buildings won’t change the demography there and anchor the place for Israel. Netanyahu supported the construction only because it belongs to a high-profile investor.

Iron Dome is too expensive for Sderot

The Haaretz reported that the Iron Dome anti-missile defense will not be deployed in Sderot at the Negev kibbutzim, which suffer from Kassam attacks.

The Iron Dome was touted as the ultimate defense for Sderot, but we have pointed out all along that it cannot be used against Kassams for economic reasons: a $200,000 interceptor missile for a $100 projectile.

The Iron Dome will be deployed at IAF bases and other military installations to defend against Fajr rockets, which are still very rare. As for Sderot—who in the government cares about it?

US Embassy goes petty

The US Embassy asked the Israeli government to explain why the IDF deported one Berlanty Azzam to Gaza while she was studying in the West Bank, reports Haaretz.

The answer is really simple: if a Gazan wants to study in the West Bank, she must register her residence there.

It’s time for the Israeli Embassy in Washington to barrage the White House with humanitarian inquires over poor Mexicans who were refused US visas—or worse, were deported.

Barak guilty of Lieberman’s crimes

The Haaretz published allegations against Ehud Barak that are similar to the charges against Lieberman.

Just like Lieberman, Barak received millions of shekels for consulting services while serving in the government. Both Barak’s and Lieberman’s companies are nominally owned by their families.

Olmert is charged with the similar crime of aiding Talansky in exchange for donations.

Rabin still haunts Israel

[We know that the Swedish story of Israelis' stealing organs of Palestinians is not entirely off-the-wall. Nevertheless, we didn't want to be the first to touch on this subject. So, here's a newsletter by Barry Chamish.]

All of Israel, government and media, is furious at Sweden for allowed the publication of a newspaper “investigation” claiming the IDF harvests Palestinian body organs for sale on the black market. The article was a response to three New Jersey rabbis being busted for illegal kidney sales organized by an Israeli, Ilan Peri. But to take one scandal and apply it to their whole army was way too much for the Israelis:

Netanyahu to press Sweden to condemn IDF organ harvesting article
By Barak Ravid and Asaf Uni Haaretz Last update – 03:24 23/08/2009


Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is expected to press Sweden for an
official condemnation of an article in the Swedish daily Aftonbladet that
alleged Israeli soldiers “harvested” the organs of Palestinians.

The problem with the article is that Israel does not harvest Palestinian organs for under the table profits; it steals the organs of deceased ISRAELI soldiers and sells them worldwide. The primary thief is none other than state coroner Dr. Yehuda Hiss, who rewrote the autopsy of slain Prime Minister Yitzhak Rabin, and thus is impervious to police or legal retribution.

From my book Save Israel:

1. www.lulu.com/content/517809

Dr. Yehuda Hiss – Last week, his pathological institute was raided and body parts, some over five years old, were found, including those of four soldiers killed in action. But Hiss was not arrested. He knows too much about Rabin for that. But one soldier’s father, Dr. Haim Buzaglo, is suing to have Hiss imprisoned and the case is coming up soon.

Dr. Hiss emptied the soldiers’ corpses of useable organs and replaced them with rags and, yes, broomsticks. Then he returned them to their families. One soldier’s father was a doctor and Dr. Buzaglo conducted his own autopsy. Hiss was finished. Or would have been if his attorney, Nitzana Leitner, wasn’t wearing him down and losing the case for the authorities.
Whenever a case has to be lost, in she comes. Here she is again, pretending to defend the victim of another Hiss body parts snatching:

Nitzana (Darshan) Leitner represents another victim of Dr. Hiss, the family of Alisdair Sinclair.
On April 14, 1998, 47 year old Alisdair Sinclair, was stopped by customs officials at Ben Gurion Airport on his way out of the country after a six day stay.
At the airport police station, Sinclair was found strangling on his shoelaces. He was rushed to hospital and pronounced dead. From there his body was transferred to the Abu Kabir Institute For Forensic Medicine and straight into the paws of Dr. Yehuda Hiss, who conducted an autopsy which concluded that Sinclair had killed himself.
On May 13, another autopsy was conducted, at the University of Glasgow and guess what? The hyoid bone at the base of the tongue was missing and so was the heart. Both were removed by Dr. Hiss. But why? No problem guessing why the hyoid bone was gone. It would reveal that Sinclair did not hang himself but was strangled by other means.
But the heart..? Leitner can only say, “Our best guess is that Hiss is involved the black market trade in human organs.”

Jerusalem mayor reneges on electoral promises

Nir Barkat campaigned on promises to halt the illegal Arab construction that has plagued Jerusalem for decades.

According to the Haaretz, Barkat has prepared a plan to legalize 80 percent of the illegal construction, which houses 180,000 of our Arab enemies.

Polls: Olmert was better

Israelis are slowly beginning to accept our long-standing estimate that Olmert is the best electable Israeli politician. The Haaretz poll shows that 59 percent of Israelis consider Olmert to be better or no worse than Netanyahu.

Israel is sorry for protecting herself

The Haaretz broke another scandal: Israel quietly deported a handful of fake refugees to Sudan. The job was carried out by the International Christian Embassy organization, and we can only guess what has the government offered them in return.

The Israeli Foreign Ministry is busy exonerating itself of the politically incorrect activity instead of proudly admitting its role in cleansing the country of the hordes of illegal immigrants.

Hamas operates 160 tunnels

Haaretz cites IDF sources for this staggering number. If true, it represents an eight-fold increase over the prewar figure. Though the total number of tunnels was over 400, Hamas operated only about two dozen of them, and did not use commercial tunnels for secretive military cargo.

Hamas received portable SAM batteries, long-range rockets capable of hitting Tel Aviv, and produced Kassam-4 rockets with a reliable fourteen-mile range.

Welcome to Jerusalem Mein Pope

by Barry Chamish

Twelve years ago, I wrote the following famous edict:

Barry Chamish: Vatican plot against ISRAEL 1997

In March 1994, the newspaper Chadashot revealed a most remarkable secret of the Middle East “peace” process. A friend of Shimon Peres, the French intellectual Marek Halter, claimed in an interview that in May 1993 he delivered a letter from Peres to the pope. Within, Peres promised to internationalize Jerusalem, granting the UN political control of the Old City of Jerusalem, and granting the Vatican hegemony over the holy sites within. The UN would give the PLO a capital within its new territory, and East Jerusalem would become a kind of free-trade zone of world diplomacy.

Halter’s claim was backed by the Italian newspaper La Stampa, which added that Arafat was apprised of the agreement and that it was included in the secret clauses of the Declaration Of Principles signed in Washington in September 1993.

In March 1995, the Israeli radio station Arutz Sheva was leaked a cable from the Israeli Embassy in Rome to Peres’ Foreign Ministry in Jerusalem, confirming the handover of Jerusalem to the Vatican. This cable was printed on the front page of the radical left-wing Israeli newspaper, Haaretz two days later. A scandal erupted and numerous rabbis who had invited Peres for Passover services canceled their invitations in protest of his treachery. Peres reacted by claiming that the cable was real, but that someone had whited out the word, “not”; in other words, the cable really said that Israel would “not” hand Jerusalem over to the holy pontiff.

Illustrating the sorry political state of Israel’s rabbis, they accepted this cockamamie excuse and re-invited Peres to their tables. However, in the widely distributed minutes of a meeting with Clinton in 1997, Peres reiterated his diplomacy, ending with the words, “as I had previously promised the Holy See.”

So what did the Swami Barry report? That Foreign Minister Shimon Peres had cooked up a deal offering the Vatican sovereignty over East Jerusalem and its holy sites. That the UN would secure and police the Vatican enclave. And that the PLO would be granted a national capital in the Vatican’s East Jerusalem territory.
So let’s see if my reporting panned out. Oh, you know it did to the smallest detail, but let’s read this week’s news from Jerusalem anyway:


Peres wants to yield sites to Vatican

President Shimon Hand-Over-Israel Peres is willing to hand over sovereignty of key Christian holy sites to the Vatican, a proposition that is reportedly opposed by Interior Minister Eli Yishai, and that has ruffled feathers among other senior government officials, Army Radio reported on Monday.

Beit Hanassi could not be reached for comment on Monday, as it does not issue statements to the press while the president is abroad.

According to the radio report, the president is exerting pressure on the government to give up sovereignty over six sites, including the Church of the Annunciation in Nazareth, the Coenaculum on Mount Zion, Gethsemane on the Mount of Olives in Jerusalem, and the Church of the Multiplication on the Kinneret.

The report quoted Beit Hanassi as saying that talks had been going on long enough, and that the time had come to compromise with the Vatican and come to an agreement.

On Sunday, according to the report, Beit Hanassi requested that the Interior Ministry sign documents ceding sovereignty. Yishai, however, refused.

“Every concession like this limits the Israeli government’s ability to function as a sovereign government in the area,” the interior minister was quoted as saying.
Former Meretz chairman Yossi Beilin, however, was quoted as saying that Israel had not behaved satisfactorily in recent dealings with the Vatican.

“We need to compromise with them,” he said.


(IsraelNN.com) Ten-year-long negotiations between Israel and the Vatican appear to be drawing to a close, with concerns rising that Israel will cede control of the building housing King David’s Tomb in Jerusalem.

The Bilateral Permanent Working Commission—a team of negotiators representing Israel and the Vatican—released an upbeat press release at the end of last week, speaking of “meaningful progress,” “great cordiality,” and a mutual commitment to reaching a final agreement “as soon as possible.”

Tellingly, a plenary meeting has been announced for this Thursday, April 30, at the Foreign Ministry. The meeting will be chaired by the two states’ deputy foreign ministers, Danny Ayalon and Monsignor Pietro Parolin. It is widely believed that the agreement will be signed then.

Church Demands Parts of Mt. Zion

The two states have been negotiating a treaty since March 1999 on matters having to do with Church-owned or Church-claimed property in Israel. Among the most significant issues under negotiation is the Vatican’s demand for the Last Supper room, located on the second floor of the ancient Mt. Zion building that also houses the tombs of Kings David, Solomon, and Hezekiah.

In addition, the Vatican is claiming areas around the Kinneret Sea, as well as in Caesaria and Jerusalem.

Hints and implications in the Vatican and Catholic press have long indicated that the negotiations are expected to end successfully, from the Catholic vantage point, in time for Pope Benedict’s visit to Israel two weeks from now.

Blueprint of an Agreement

A Foreign Ministry official confirmed in 2005 that a “blueprint of a possible agreement with the Vatican has been received.” The proposed contract, as Arutz-7 reported at the time, read as follows:

“The State of Israel hands over to the Holy See the use of the Cenacle [the room of the event known as the Last Supper, above King David's tomb - ed.], of the access path to it, and of the spaces adjacent to it… It is the Holy See’s intention to inform the Bishops—and through them the world’s Priests—that the Catholic Church has been given the use of the Cenacle, inviting them to visit the Holy Place together with their faithful… The Holy See hands over this use of the Cenacle to the Custody of the Holy Land [which acts on behalf of the Holy See]… [which] will keep the Cenacle open from 6 AM to 8 AM for the celebration of the Holy Mass… Official liturgical celebrations of non-Catholic Churches can take place only upon prior written permission by the Custody of the Holy Land.”

The proposed agreement also stipulated that the Holy See will preserve the historic character of the site and keep it open to pilgrims and tourists, and that Israel will provide for the safety of the site. The Foreign Ministry official said at the time that “Israel is not prepared to relinquish its jurisdiction over this area.” The world will find out later this week whether this position is still valid.

After Peres meets with Obama in Washington on May 6:


U.S. President Barack Obama told Jordan’s King Abdullah two weeks ago to meet with leading Muslim Arab countries and persuade them to accept changes in the Saudi 2002 Initiative, according to the London-based Arabic language Al-Quds Al-Arabi newspaper.

The report reflects the president’s swift action on the Middle East since he was elected last November.

President Obama’s major proposed alteration to the Saudi peace plan is for Arab countries to grant citizenship to approximately five million Arabs who are descendants of former Israelis while allowing them the right to move to a new Palestinian Authority country.

The Saudi plan calls for them to be allowed to immigrate to Israel, a suggestion that virtually every Israeli leader categorically rejects. President Obama also reportedly told the king that he wants the United Nations flag raised over holy sites in eastern Jerusalem, where the PA would have total sovereignty under the Saudi plan.

The president’s master plan calls for Arab countries to set a timetable for raising the Israeli flag in their capitals, a sign of recognition of the Jewish State. Simultaneously, the PA flag would be raised in Jerusalem neighborhoods, a move that would virtually make the Fatah-led government the de facto government in a significant portion of the Jewish capital.