Diabolical Barbaric Butchery ! The Taliban joins Boko Haram and ISIS

“At a funeral service for the children who died at great hands of the Taliban, a newly minted banner on the mosque wall has hate all over. It reads”

“The Blood of innocent children will Allah-willing turn
India, America and Israel into dust.”

-Tarek Fatah, Canadian writer, broadcaster and a secular, progressive and liberal activist.

What Others Are Saying

From The Jakarta Post, Indonesia. Thursday, December 18 2014

“No single sane person in the world could understand or tolerate the barbaric acts of the Taliban in Pakistan who butchered at least 141 innocent people, mostly schoolchildren, on Tuesday. The group, which claims to represent true Islam, proudly took responsibility for the massacre at a military-run school in .

“Civilized residents of this planet could not just stand by or merely issue statements to condemn the attack. The Taliban have repeatedly used Islam as their pretext to become ruthless criminals and they are not alone. They insist that only their version and interpretation of Islamic teachings should be followed.

“News agencies quoted a victim as describing the gunmen shouting “Allahu akbar” (God is greatest) before they opened fire. “There are so many children beneath the benches — go and get them,” one of the Taliban ordered his men.

“Indonesia’s government joined the world in denouncing the unimaginable cruelty. However, as the world’s third-largest democracy and largest Muslim-majority nation Indonesia has an obligation far beyond issuing a public statement in convincing the globe that Islam teaches peace and tolerance. Islam is often tarnished by its own followers, many using more than an iron fist to force others, including Muslims, to strictly follow their version of Islam, or suffer the consequences with their own lives.

“We no longer take it for granted that Indonesian Muslims are as moderate and tolerant as many still perceive. There are groups of people here who will never hesitate to use violence to force others to follow them.”

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Gazan Preschoolers

How Hamas makes fools of the Western media

Special Report. Part Two.

Gaza’s children. 

by Alan Simons

by Alan Simons

“It’s a known fact, if you want to take control of the minds and souls of a country, you start with the children. In this, Gaza excels, and they’re probably better at it than ISIS, Hezbollah, the Syrians and Iranians and all the other psychopaths living in the region combined.”

In 1944, in a propaganda film, the Nazis presented Theresienstadt to the International Red Cross as a model Jewish settlement where the Jews lived an idyllic life. It was, in fact, a ghetto established to gradually transfer the Jews from Theresienstadt to extermination camps. The Red Cross representatives were conducted on a tour and fell for it hook, line, and sinker. The representatives apparently did not attempt to divert from the tour route on which they were led by the Germans, who posed questions to the Jewish residents along the way. 

Hamas has learned well from the Nazis.

This past Thursday, Will George in an article titled, “100 days on: Gaza’s children speak out” published in the British paper The Independent, wrote an emotional article about the children of Gaza: “Standing outside a youth centre in the north of Gaza, Mohammed, a confident 12-year-old says he works hard at sciences in school and has big dreams: “I want to be an astronaut, I want to be the first astronaut from Gaza.”

George adds:

“The situation is desperate. Around half of Gaza’s population of 1.8 million are under the age of 18 – and though 500,000 children are back at school that means hundreds of thousands are without education. Thirty thousand children were displaced by the fighting. The seemingly constant cycle of violence means that any child over seven has now lived through three wars. But amid the destruction, children still want to play – and they want to learn. According to the UN, the summer conflict left more than 250 schools damaged, 26 beyond repair. Parents and school teachers say they can all see the toll the violence is taking on Gaza’s children.”

Yet, there is another face to the children of Gaza that is rarely mentioned, if at all,  in papers such as The Independent and The Guardian.  For over seven years the rulers of Gaza have abused their children through a systematic approach of instilling a hatred of Jews in the minds of their young children. Jews must be killed, the authorities tell their children. It is an abuse of gigantic proportions that continues today.

Gaza summer camp

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Gaza theme park

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Unfortunately, George fails, for example, to make any references to Hamas’ cruelty directed at Gaza’s children. Such as the Hamas terrorist attack that not once, but three times burnt down a theme park built as much for Will George’s children as for the adults. Or that dozens of Hamas’ armed men attacked a United Nations summer camp being set up for children in Gaza. Tents were set on fire and bathrooms vandalised. Or of the formidable brain washing techniques used by Hamas in children’s TV programmes that explain it is acceptable to kill Jews. Or the Al Jazeera report stating, “The Hamas government in Gaza is giving boys in state schools military-style training once a week. It starts with drills, and eventually they graduate to training using guns.”

Seven years ago on October 30, 2007, jewishinfoNews published the following article. Today in Gaza, the sickness directed against its children continues. Nothing has really changed. 

“A good or bad future of a nation can be determined by its children, who will lead the nation in the future.” – Palestinian Sociologist Ghassan Zoqan

Here’s  some of what Chinaview, the online new service of Xinhuah News Agency, had to say at the time:

In this northern Gaza Strip city, Raed Wahidi, 11-year-old boy in black uniform, was using his plastic pistol on Tuesday morning to fire at his friend, dressed in dark brown, who was also carrying a plastic rifle. What Wahidi and his friend did was part of a popular game that Palestinian children often play in the Hamas-ruled Strip.

But since mid-June when Hamas routed Fatah and seized control of the coastal Strip, political factor has began to change game playing — Wahidi represents Hamas and his friend, Ayman Muhssen, also 11 years old, acts as a member of Fatah.

“I’m Lieutenant Raed,  from the Executive Forces (of Hamas),” the boy identified himself, referring to Hamas’ paramilitary security forces which administrate the Gaza Strip since mid-June.

Muhssen broke in: “I’m Captain Ayman, from the Preventive Security Forces, which will return to Gaza stronger than ever and will crush you.”

The Preventive Security Forces was made up of Palestinian militants loyal to President Mahmoud Abbas’ Fatah movement, which suffered a fiasco in June during a bloody battle against Hamas’ Executive Forces.

Hamas’ Executive Forces and the Preventive Security Forces have been the symbolic parts of the infighting that ended with Hamas taking over Gaza.

As a result, the geographically-divided Palestinian territories have been politically split into two parts — with Hamas controlling Gaza and Fatah holding the West Bank.

Wahidi and Muhssen seemed to be addicted to their games, and it was very difficult to keep talking to them, particularly as their mates were calling them to continue the game.

“We have to blow up these bombs in the coup-maker group. They did the same with us yesterday but we could not respond because we have had no money to buy the bombs,” Muhssen said as he ran quickly to join his team.

He was referring to Hamas militants as the coup-makers, as it was what Abbas and his Fatah movement has repeatedly branded Hamas men.

Without blood and tears, the two game teams clashed as if it was a real battle. Muhssen’s firework bombs have forced Wahidi’s team back until they surrendered to Muhssen’s Fatah players. Though being tied up by the Fatah team, Wahidi was smiling and seemed not to be sad at all.

“It is only a game…”

“It is only a game. And in fact, Hamas is the dominant here,” he explained why he was not sad…

Sociologist Ghassan Zoqan said the children “demonstrate their own conception of life through the games and this is a normal issue.”

He, however, warned that continuing to see Hamas and Fatah fighters as enemy will increase the Palestinian social division in the future.

“A good or bad future of a nation can be determined by its children, who will lead the nation in the future,” he added.

Statistics over the impact of continuous infighting on Palestinian children show that 28 children have died in the Gaza Strip and West Bank in the period between January and August this year. Some 177 children aged under 18 were also wounded in this period.

The Palestinian Central Bureau of Statistics (PCBS) also said education in 75 schools has been interrupted between October 2006 and August 2007 due to the clashes between Hamas and Fatah.

According to the PCBS, there have been six incidents that saw Gaza gunmen storming schools and bombs were used in three cases.

No one can deny that the children of Gaza have dreams and aspirations similar to other children. Reporting on them is an acceptable and honourable task. But, George’s article for me plays right into Hamas/Nazi propaganda. The emotions of children make good press. Hamas knows it and so does Britain’s The Independent. 

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GAZA: Infantile omnipotence continues to strike at the heart of the children

Special Report. Part One.

Alan Simons
by Alan Simons

In keeping with Hamasia’s objective of subjecting its children to an appetite of the most systematic and obnoxious hate and antisemitic diatribe, even in defeat Hamasia continues with its long turbid tradition of brainwashing the minds of their young people.

It’s a known fact, if you want to take control of the minds and souls of a country, you start with the children. In this, Hamasia excel, and they’re probably better at it than ISIS, Hezbollah, the Syrians and Iranians and all the other psychopaths living in the region combined.

Listen to the children

Take for instance one of the most recent children’s programmes emanating a few months ago out of Hamasia’s Al-Aqsa TV on May 2, 2014. To date, in excess of 188,000 people have viewed this despicable video. The theme follows a long line of similar Al-Aqsa TV children’s videos dating back years. In essence, the message hasn’t changed. To the children of Gaza it is quite clear.”Kill all the Jews!” 

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Here’s some of the video’s content:

Child host: “OK, so what does a policeman do?”
Nahul (adult in giant bee costume): “He catches thieves, and people who make trouble.”
Child host: “And shoots Jews. Right?”
Girl: “Yes.”
Child host: “You want to be like him?”
[Girl nods]
Child host: “Allah willing, when you grow up.”
Girl: “So that I can shoot Jews.”
[Nahul the bee cheers]
Child host: “All of them? All of them?”
Girl: “Yes.”
Child host: “Good.”

Killing Jews also strikes a euphoric chord with the adult masses. For devoid of reality, it appeals to many of the region’s adults, who through their earlier years of exposure to child abuse and indoctrination, prefer to ‘return’ to their childhood era where magical thinking reigned supreme. “Kill the Jews” has a nice ring to it.

As William Hazlitt, the English writer said: “Those who are at war with others are not at peace with themselves.” In Gaza, the obsessive devotion to kill Jews starts at an early age and is as much a part of the child’s growth as learning to count.  

With thanks to Palestine Media Watch (PMW) the TV clip can also be seen at:  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0ORAM-usqhQ

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BDS-flyer

Splenetic small-minded antisemite bigots of this world. Your time has come.

“Let’s stop pussyfooting with terminology and call a spade a spade. The vile photo above published by a BDS group shows a hatred of all Jews and everything that is decent. It is time for ordinary Jews to raise their voices and cease being on the sidelines expecting others to do the work for them. 14 million Jews can and must make a difference. The clock is ticking”

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by Alan Simons

by Alan Simons

For the past nine years jewishinfoNews has done its best to live up to its mission statement which consists simply of two sentences. “To foster democratic participation for the achievement of peace and security between Jews and non-Jews by the free flow of information and knowledge, and to advance understanding, acceptance and solidarity between all people.” And secondly, “To reject intolerance, antisemitism/virulent Judeophobia, hate, ethnocentric violence and conflict through dialogue and negotiation among individuals.” 

Nelson Mandela in his book  Long Walk to Freedom, said: “No one is born hating another person because of the color of his skin, or his background, or his religion. People must learn to hate, and if they can learn to hate, they can be taught to love, for love comes more naturally to the human heart than its opposite.” 

Unfortunately, over the past nine years of publishing jewishinfoNews, I have seen a diminishing amount of love and in its place more diatribe than I ever imagined possible. Sadly, we no longer live in Nelson Mandela’s world, a world where hate and love can be used with such simplicity in the same sentence. And sadly, I’ve started to question the validity of our mission statement.

Over the years I have seen groups of splenetic small-minded antisemite bigots of this world become more adventurous in their misguided fantasy that we Jews are weak, pathetic individuals, without any backbone. Over the years I have seen once respected newspapers, such as Britain’s The Guardian, turn its back on striving to present a balanced view of Middle East issues, to be now in the forefront of stoking the fires of antisemitism and hate. Over the years I have seen NGOs and international rights groups fervently compete for funding by branding themselves as leading authorities on Middle East issues – translate this as Israel apartheid- yet refuse to focus their resources on victims of democide in the region. 

To make my point, this past Friday, the American Jewish newspaper, the Algemeiner, published an article about the above photo. The paper pointed out:

A Facebook page supporting the anti-Israel Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions (BDS) movement on Wednesday uploaded a Photoshop image of Nazi concentration camp prisoners holding anti-Israel signs. The picture, posted by a page named “I Acknowledge Apartheid Exists”, shows skeletal survivors holding up signs that read “Israel Assassins,” “Break the Silence on Gaza,” “Stop the Holocaust in Gaza” and “Stop US Aid to Israel.” A sign in the far back of the image says Gaza is “the world’s biggest concentration camp,” while another poster shows a Palestinian flag along with the words “Free Palestine.” A slogan at the bottom of the offensive image reads, “Whatever happened to ‘Never again?’”

Since the publishing of the photo by the Algemeiner I have received an outpouring of comments that include,”is there an address we can write to BDS to express our outrage? Will it make a difference or are these people so full of hatred that nothing will change their minds?” to “I have discovered this image and sent it out to a lot of people – ‘to our own only’. I do not want to make this as an advertisement and to be copied and gloat over. How does one combat this kind of depravity?”

“Non-Jews do not want to hear our complaints. They want to know our solutions.”

How does one indeed! Perhaps we should turn to Frank Luntz. For many years, this US-based political and business pollster has been telling us that, “the Jewish community is often torn between those urging private pressure and those preferring to express public outrage. Matters are complicated by traditional territoriality among Jewish community groups and occasional splits between the local Jewish community and Israel.” He adds, “It does not matter what you say. What matters is what people hear. The hardest lesson for the Jewish community to grasp is that the best communication is education – and you have to listen before you can teach. The reflexive, accusational approach, accusing opponents of antisemitism, may make us feel better, but it does not capture hearts or change minds. A more positive, aspirational approach, “build bridges, not boycotts”, is almost always more effective. Non-Jews do not want to hear our complaints. They want to know our solutions.”

Yet for this, Jewish communities today need to urgently invest in leaders who are young enough to lead the next generation into battle. Young and articulate leaders, who speak, not the language of Mandela, but the language of today.

As Luntz has said, “Greenpeace does not wait for the next oil spill or seal hunt. The Jewish community should not and cannot wait for the next bombing or boycott. The time to organise is now.” The clock is ticking.

Never again!

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Hate

SPECIAL REPORT: A Culture of Hate. The Thirst for Revenge.

This week, like it or not, we have witnessed the start of Islamic Jihad in Israel.

by Alan Simons
by Alan Simons

There’s a well-known saying by the American writer Eric Hoffer. “Passionate hatred can give meaning and purpose to an empty life.”

Among the lives of people there are some who maintain that the best thing for man to strive for in this world is to take revenge on his enemies. The satisfaction of a thirst for revenge, coupled with hate, cannot be clearer than it is today in the Arab world. 

The great ninth-century Jewish philosopher Saadia Gaon, head of the celebrated Babylonian Talmudic academies of Sura and Pumbeditha and accepted spiritual leader of the Jewish community world-wide, commented that the thirst for revenge affords the pleasure of seeing discomfiture of its enemy, assuages the vehemence of its wrath and puts an end to excessive brooding. Saadia said the man who is consumed by the desire for revenge gets into a frame of mind of refusing intercession or entertaining any feeling of compassion or pity or listening to any plea of clemency.

Over one thousand years later, Saadia’s comments still reflect the attitude that we have learned nothing. Today, the Arab world is a quagmire of hate and maladaptive behaviour.

Many gloat over people’s misfortunes. They instill a hatred for other’s cultures and religions that no civilized government has a hope or will in stopping. It is a hatred that has its own direction, its own time and space, egged on by the perverse nature of Islamic fanatics and their friends utilizing the services of the ten second clip, satellite dishes, mobile phones, Internet sites, all of which were introduced by western society to the masses of the uneducated. Sadly western media, in their biased craving to give the masses the latest “Breaking News” are credited as also part of the problem.

This week, in the USA both CNN and CBS, and in Canada the CBC were inept in their Jerusalem massacre stories. And papers such as The Salt Lake Tribune had no difficulty in using Associated Press’ report on the massacre that included the comment: “For their part Israeli Jews have also engaged in periodic trashing of Palestinian property, including cars and olive groves.” The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal and in the UK, as expected, the BBC fared no better.

However, perhaps today there is some hope. Perhaps!

Credit: The Times of Israel

Yet, this week within Israel’s Haredi and Druze communities, with no hidden agenda, both approached each other with outstretched hands. Compassionately, the communities felt the need to express themselves for each other’s tremendous loss. And in the background, in Hamastan and other parts of the Arab world, people could not contain themselves from celebrating the gruesome death inflicted on the innocent.

To quote Tarek Fatah, the Canadian writer, broadcaster and secular activist. “Any nation, any society, any country that is created on the basis of a hatred towards the others, will soon run out of people that it can hate or groups it can decimate and it will devour itself.”

The sooner the better!  

(Photo credits:  The Investigative Project on Terrorism | The Times of Israel)

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The stench of hate, pure evil and foul disease continues unabated

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Hamastan celebrates with a Satanic holiday

by Alan Simons

by Alan Simons

Over ninety years ago, in 1923, David Lloyd George, former Prime Minister of Britain, was quoted as saying:

“Of all the bigotries that savage the human temper there is none so stupid as the anti-Semitic. In the sight of these fanatics, Jews of today can do nothing right. If they are rich, they are birds of prey. If they are poor, they are vermin. If they are in favour of war, that is because they want to exploit the bloody feuds of Gentiles to their own profit. If they are anxious for peace, they are instinctive cowards or traitors. If he lives in a strange land, he must be persecuted and progrommed out of it. If he wants to go back to his own land, he must be prevented.”

Jump to 1937. In Lord Peel’s Palestine Royal Commission Report of July 1937, alluding to Arab nationalism it states in part:

“The ugliest element in the picture remains to be noted. Arab nationalism in Palestine has not escaped infection with the foul disease which has so defiled the cause of nationalism in other lands. Acts of  ‘terrorism’ in various parts of the country have long been only too familiar reading in the newspapers… intimidation at the point of a revolver has become a not infrequent feature of Arab politics. Attacks by Arabs on Jews, unhappily, are no new thing.” (Chapter V, item 45)

The Report adds that what the Jews, “most fear is a crystallization of the National Home as it is, leaving the Jews in a permanent minority in Palestine, exposed to the possibility of Arab domination or even, in certain not inconceivable circumstances, of suffering the fate that befell the Greeks at Smyma or the Assyrian’s in ‘Iraq.”

And now, here we are in 2014. During these past days in Jerusalem and beyond we have seen women and children murdered and today a terror attack on a synagogue, the result of which was lauded by Hamas spokesman Sami Abu Zuhri who said in a statement. “Hamas calls for more operations like it.” In a separate statement Islamic Jihad added, “Islamic Jihad salutes the operation in Jerusalem which is a natural response to the crimes of the occupier.” The two terrorists killed four rabbis and a policeman died of his injuries this evening. The terrorists used a gun and meat cleavers. At least eight other people were injured.

And right on cue, this noxious act, orchestrated by the devil, became a Satanic holiday in Hamastan.  

Obama responds, sort of!

President Obama in one statement today explained it this way. “This is a tragedy for both nations, Israel and the United States.” He added, “Too many Israelis have died. Too many Palestinians have died.” According to news sources, Obama made no acknowledgement to the identity of the terrorists, who have been identified as Palestinians from east Jerusalem. Thank you for nothing Mr.President!

And to round it off, what did Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas have to say. Well, The Times of Israel reported that Abbas condemned the “fatal terror attack against worshippers in a Jerusalem synagogue Tuesday morning, as a senior member of his Fatah party justified it as a reaction to Israeli actions in Jerusalem and the West Bank.” Oh yeah?

PA and Abbas support terror in Jerusalem

According to Palestinian Media Watch (PMW), “In an interview on November 5, 2014, during the current period of Palestinian terror attacks and riots in Jerusalem, Palestinian Authority Supreme Shari’ah Judge and Abbas’ advisor Mahmoud Al-Habbash assured Palestinians that PA Chairman Abbas and the PA leadership support the riots, unrest, and terror attacks that killed civilians.  Al-Habbash said on camera:

First of all, allow me to say that we kiss every forehead, every hand and even every foot that carries out Ribat (religious conflict/ war over land claimed to be Islamic) at the Al-Aqsa Mosque and in Jerusalem… We are behind them. The leadership is with them… We are with them in every movement, in every action and every deed, and we welcome what they are doing at the blessed Al-Aqsa Mosque.” [Official PA TV, Nov. 5, 2014]  

He stressed that the PA knows Abbas “may have angered the Israelis… that the President is inciting the Palestinians from Jerusalem.” He then confirmed this and said: “Yes, we are inciting the people in Jerusalem to [perform] Ribat.”  

Al-Habbash used the term Ribat to describe the recent actions by Palestinians in Jerusalem – a term that signifies religious conflict/war to defend or reconquer land defined as Islamic.”

In addition, PMW recorded on October 28,2014 that “Palestinian Authority TV produced a short video of Mahmoud Abbas calling for Palestinians to prevent ‘in any way’ Jews from going to the Temple Mount in Jerusalem. Significantly, PA TV then broadcast it 19 times in 3 days. For this video PA TV chose the part of Abbas’ speech of Oct. 17 in which he implicitly calls for Jerusalem’s Arabs to use violence against Israelis. Jews’ presence at the site which is holy to Jews and Muslims, Abbas said, ‘defiles’ the Islamic holy site and must prevented ‘in any way.’ Palestinian Media Watch has reported that expressions like ‘in any way’ and ‘using all means’ are common PA euphemisms for various degrees of violence and terror.”

Back to 1937. In concluding the 396-page Palestinian Royal Commission Report, Lord Peel wrote: “Numberless men and women all over the world would feel a sense of deep relief if somehow an end could be put to strife and bloodshed in a thrice hallowed land.”

Seventy-seven years later, he is not alone. 

One year earlier, in 1936, Canada’s national public radio and television broadcaster was re-branded as CBC/Radio-Canada. It has served Canada with distinction, respect and clarity for many years. Times have changed. Canada’s dear, old and I’ve-lost-my-direction CBC featured today the following disgraceful headline, “Jerusalem police fatally shoot 2 after apparent synagogue attack.” Honest Reporting Canada referred to it prominently by demanding “CBC Must Apologize for Disgraceful Headline in Jerusalem Terror Attack Coverage.” I agree! Here’s the link. >Click here<

Later this evening CBC Radio News, in a similar story, were referring to “Jewish rabbis.” As if there were any other kind! Who is writing this garbage? 

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