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  • February 8, 2013

    Saudi Savages Behead Sri Lankan Guest Worker  

    Musloid “Justice” at its Finest
    Posted by Bill Levinson

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    In contrast, a Saudi father who admits that he killed his 5-year-old daughter for being a rape victim was given a few months in jail and a $50,000 “blood money” fine.

    Posted by Bill Levinson @ 9:29 pm ET | Plink | Trackback | 93 Comments » | 2,643 views

    Obama’s visit to Israel – continuity or change?  

    Ambassador (ret.) Yoram Ettinger, “Second Thought”
    “Israel Hayom”, February 8, 2013,

    President Obama’s March 2013 visit to the Middle East, including Israel, could signal a significant policy-change from his June 2009 visit, which excluded Israel.  On the other hand, the introduction of the John Kerry (State Department) – Chuck Hagel (Pentagon) – John Brennan (CIA) team of “Palestine Firsters”may suggest that the March visit could merely be a tactical-change in pursuit of the same policy.

    The 2009 visit was driven by an assumption that a newly-elected charismatic US President could turnaround the US economy and reform US healthcare, while simultaneously implementing UN-like multilateralism, lowering the US unilateral profile, transforming the world from confrontation to engagement, mollifying the Muslim World, coax Iran into abandoning its megalomaniac aspirations and resolve the Arab-Israeli conflict.  The 2009 visit reflected a worldview focusing on the Palestinian issue as the, supposed, core cause of Middle East turbulence, the crown jewel of Islamic policy-making, an essential link in forging an anti-Iran Arab coalition and the crux of the Arab-Israeli conflict.  Israel was perceived as a secondary ally, at best, and a burden, at worst.
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    Posted by Ted Belman @ 8:05 pm ET | Plink | Trackback | 14 Comments » | 1,600 views

    In times of war, textbooks should promote nationalism rather than peace  

    By Ted Belman

    A Report of the study of the Palestinian and Israel textbooks was recently published and created much controversy.

      “The study was initiated in 2009 by the Jerusalem-based Council of Religious Institutions of the Holy Land, which includes the Chief Rabbinate of Israel, the Minister of Religious Affairs of the Palestinian Authority, the Greek, Armenian and Latin Patriarchs of Jerusalem and the Anglican and Lutheran Bishops of the Holy Land, among others. The Council monitors and condemns defamatory statements attacking any religion and desecration of holy sites. In that context, the Council asked Professor Wexler to design, seek funding for and manage a study of school books used in Israel and Palestine. “

    According to the Report:
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    Posted by Ted Belman @ 11:17 am ET | Plink | Trackback | 1 Comment » | 9,257 views

    Israel develops the next generation operating room  

    [Also Israel develops blood test for early diagnosis of Altheimer's]

    Insightec produced this technology. Go to their web site
    To get more information including contact details.

    Posted by Ted Belman @ 7:28 am ET | Plink | Trackback | 33 Comments » | 159,816 views

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