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SHAMLESS ZIONIST REGIME

NOVANEWS

January 8 2010

Spent 24 hours languishing at the Rafah crossing while mukhabarat ‘the Mu-Barak Zionist regime dog’s’ went back and forth in their cars and military exercises proceeded apace. Dozens of Palestinians waited to get in some hadn’t been back in years. They don’t have the money to visit the checkpoint, day after day after day. Soon they’ll go back to Jordan. Buses from Cairo airport were turned back.

Apparently the pro-Zionist Mu-Barak regime kept the Palestinians in holding cells by Mu-Barak Gestapo in Cairo airport, and when they’re full, send the buses on to el-Arish and Rafah. Except when they’re not feeling generous enough to let a few people go home, and some capricious Zionist lieutenant decides that that border should remain closed for “security reasons.”

Security reasons also prevent Western journalists from crossing at Rafah. As I understand it, close to a dozen journalists are waiting to cross in. Some have been waiting up to a week. The border is closed indefinitely after the Viva Palestina incident and the shooting of an Egyptian border guard. Blogging will be brief and telegraphic for the next week or two, until I’m settled, one way or another.

Gaza Freedom March’s press release

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After three days of vigils and demonstrations in downtown Cairo, Suzanne Mubarak’s offer to allow just 100 of 1,300 delegates to enter Gaza was rejected by the Gaza Freedom March Coordinating Committee as well as many of the larger contingents – including those from France, Scotland, Canada, South Africa, Sweden and New York State (U.S.).

“We flatly reject Egypt’s offer of a token gesture. We refuse to whitewash the siege of Gaza. Our group will continue working to get all 1362 marchers into Gaza as one step towards the ultimate goal for the complete end of the siege and the liberation of Palestine” said Ziyaad Lunat a member of the march Coordinating Committee.
The Gaza Freedom March was organized to focus attention on the one-year mark since Israel’s 22-day assault, which killed more than 1,400 Palestinians, injured more than 5,000. Although the invasion technically ended, the effects on the ground have only worsened in the past 12 months. No re-building materials have been allowed in and more than 80 percent of Gazans are now dependent on handouts for food.

The marchers had planned to enter Gaza through Egypt’s Rafah Crossing on Dec. 27, then to join with an estimated 50,000 Palestinian residents to march to Erez Crossing into Israel to peacefully demand an end to the siege. However, the government of Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak announced just days before the hundreds of delegates began arriving in Cairo that the march would not be allowed to go forward. It cited ongoing tensions at the border. When marchers demonstrated against the decision, the government cracked down, often using heavily armed riot police to encircle and intimidate the nonviolent marchers. Egypt’s decision to allow 100 people into Gaza shows that the “security” argument is bogus.

ch’s press release

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After three days of vigils and demonstrations in downtown Cairo, Suzanne Mubarak’s offer to allow just 100 of 1,300 delegates to enter Gaza was rejected by the Gaza Freedom March Coordinating Committee as well as many of the larger contingents – including those from France, Scotland, Canada, South Africa, Sweden and New York State (U.S.).

“We flatly reject Egypt’s offer of a token gesture. We refuse to whitewash the siege of Gaza. Our group will continue working to get all 1362 marchers into Gaza as one step towards the ultimate goal for the complete end of the siege and the liberation of Palestine” said Ziyaad Lunat a member of the march Coordinating Committee.
The Gaza Freedom March was organized to focus attention on the one-year mark since Israel’s 22-day assault, which killed more than 1,400 Palestinians, injured more than 5,000. Although the invasion technically ended, the effects on the ground have only worsened in the past 12 months. No re-building materials have been allowed in and more than 80 percent of Gazans are now dependent on handouts for food.

The marchers had planned to enter Gaza through Egypt’s Rafah Crossing on Dec. 27, then to join with an estimated 50,000 Palestinian residents to march to Erez Crossing into Israel to peacefully demand an end to the siege. However, the government of Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak announced just days before the hundreds of delegates began arriving in Cairo that the march would not be allowed to go forward. It cited ongoing tensions at the border. When marchers demonstrated against the decision, the government cracked down, often using heavily armed riot police to encircle and intimidate the nonviolent marchers. Egypt’s decision to allow 100 people into Gaza shows that the “security” argument is bogus.

ONSULTATION’S

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31 DECEMBER, 2009

It is safe to assume that at about the time the Gaza Freedom March and Viva Palestina announced its plans to enter Gaza, Pro-Zionist regime of Egypt also made plans, in consultation with his Zionist, American and occasionally Jordanian counterparts. They probably looked something like this:
1. Let the organizers think from the beginning that there is a good chance that you will allow the march to proceed. Provide assurances, but don’t make a real commitment. When you refuse, you can always say that the march developed into something different from what you were led to believe, or that current circumstances require you to adjust your policy. In the meantime, you are channelling the efforts of the organizers and participants into fruitless activity and away from something that might actually be effective.

2. Delay announcing your decision until it is too late for the marchers to make alternate plans. This will dissipate the energy and resources of the marchers and avoid the necessity of thwarting new tactics. You can always justify your decision on the grounds that circumstances have changed, that the organizers failed to provide full information, or that proper procedure was not followed. Always stress that you are acting in the interest of the people of Gaza, and that “political” actions do not benefit them.

3. Make sure that the participants are kept in conditions that you totally control. Prevent them from making any significant protests and minimize the news that gets out. Be minimally confrontational, so as to make the actions of the movement as uninteresting as possible, or to force a few of the participants into taking drastic and possibly violent action. Either way, you win and appear reasonable.

4. Keep up the hopes of the participants and organizers by continuing to negotiate. This reduces the amount of criticism that they are willing to direct at you. Insist that confrontation will be counterproductive and that both parties should act in good faith.

5. at the last possible moment, accede to an ineffectual portion of the demands of the movement. This is the gift that keeps on giving. It projects the image that you are reasonable, and it means that even after the event is long over, the organizers and many of the participants will be reluctant to criticize you too much for fear of jeopardizing possible future projects. (See 4, above.)

This recipe is not just constructed from hindsight, except in a historic sense. Egypt has already used this formula multiple times with previous efforts by Viva Palestina and Code Pink. It is the reason that the Free Gaza Movement chose to travel by sea and to avoid asking permission from the Zionist state or it slave regime of Mu-Barak.
The initial decision to accept Mu-Barak offer for 100 marchers to enter Gaza very nearly sent the wrong message: that Egyptian, Jordanian, Zionist or other authorities have the right to decide which Palestinian human rights may be honoured and to what extent. Compare that with the valiant efforts of Palestinians and their supporters in the villages of Bil’in, Ni’lin, Budrus, Jayyous, Beit Ommar and other locations throughout Palestine, who risk and sometimes give their lives to exercise their rights, in defiance of tear gas, bullets and arrests.
Zionist regime of Egypt should not be allowed to derive any legitimacy from its actions. Palestinian solidarity movements must be totally uncompromising in insisting upon Palestinian human rights, including the right for all people to receive whomever they want as visitors, as well as to freely receive and send goods, both within Palestine and internationally. They have the right not to be forced to live a concentration camp existence. The GFM ultimately made the right decision to reject Mu-Barak regime’s offer.
For the future, however, let us consider what kinds of actions are most likely to yield results. The FGM has been a great expense of time, energy and resources. Even if its goals had been fully met, there would have been no direct challenge to Zionist policies and authorities. At most, the plan challenges puppet Mu-Barak, which is merely the puppet and not the puppeteer, and diverts attention from the real source of the problem.

If we wish to be effective in opening Gaza, I suggest that we direct our future efforts toward its border with international territory in the Mediterranean, so that we do not have to deal with the quisling pro-Zionist government of Egypt. If, for example, the funds and effort expended upon the Gaza Freedom March were devoted to the boats of the Free Gaza Movement or the proposed ship and airplane of the Free Palestine Movement, they might result in a big enough sea and air movement that any outcome would be favorable, and a direct challenge to Zionist authority.
The Gaza Freedom March should be congratulated for making the right decision and for mobilizing a popular movement to do what our governments will not. Let us now be strategic in directing this movement to more effective action.

STATE OF CANCER

NOVANEWS

By: Sammi Ibrahem

23 December 2009

1- Cancer is the number one cause of death in the Zionist state of ‘Israel’, but the state is investing only a negligible sum in cancer research. Every year 26,000 Zionist are diagnosed with cancer, and in another 10 years that number will rise to an annual figure of 34,000. In 2007, about 10,000 Zionist died of cancer – a figure substantially higher than the 700 to 1,000 projected to die that year from the flu, or the 382 projected to lose their lives in traffic accidents.

Research is needed to develop new means to prevent and treat cancer. The Zionist medical system has had success in treating the disease, and over the past year there has been an increase in the number of patients surviving the disease. Additional investment in research is necessary to develop treatments that would improve cancer patients’ quality of life.

The extent of Zionist investment in research is absurd; last year it amounted to about NIS 12 million, which was split between the Health Ministry and the Zionist Cancer Association.

A perfect example of the failure to fund cancer research can be seen in relation to the Cancer Genome Project, an international initiative to map cancer genomes. Last weekend there were media reports of a breakthrough by British researchers involved in the project, in which they identified the genetic codes for skin and lung cancer – known to be linked to environmental factors, solar radiation and smoking. Their findings could lead to improved early diagnosis and the development of new treatments.

Various nations have joined this worldwide research project, in efforts that correspond with the forms of cancer common in their particular country. In recent months researchers involved in the project have suggested that the Zionist regime join the effort, particularly in an effort to break the genetic codes for breast and ovarian cancer – which among other causes are the result of the so-called Ashkenazi mutation, something highly prevalent.

The Zionist Academy of Sciences and Humanities has tried to advance the prospects of Zionist’s involvement in the project, which would have involved an investment of about $20 million, but the funding was not found and Zionist regime remains outside this international effort. The meager investment in cancer research indicates flawed priorities on the part of the country’s medical system.

February 2009

By: Sammi Ibrahem

Read the excerpt from the Zionist News about how terrorist Shimon Peres think that Obama’s becoming U.S. President is great day for the Zionist regime.

“Today is a great day not only for the United States of America, but for the entire world,” President Shimon Peres wrote in a letter addressed to Barack Obama on the day of hisinauguration as president of the United States.

“Obama was elected by the United States, but as a matter of fact, he was chosen by the whole of humankind,”

Why is Peres so ecstatic?

Why shouldn’t he be, he knows that Obama is completely in the grip of the extremist Jewish Zionists in America, and he knows that the greater Obama’s popularity and idol worship, the more Obama can do for the International Zionist Cause.

Any thinking and caring human being who realizes that the Zionist-controlled American foreign policy has been a disaster for the robbed and murdered people of Palestine, Lebanon, Iraq and a catastrophe for the 50,000 American wounded in Iraq and Afghanistan, as well as an economic catastrophe for the hardworking Americans who pay trillions to finance these wars for Zionism — must wake up the fact that supporting Obama and increasing his popularity  will only aid Zionist terrorism, war, and their murder and oppression of the Palestinians.

It will also hasten the economic suffering of billions of people around the world as his popularity enables him to more easily aid the Zionist International Bankers steal the wealth of the United States, Europe and the world.  Obama is totally in the bloodstained and green ink-stained hands of the Zionists. The hard truth is that the more good will and support Obama has also gives more power to support the Zionist agenda!

Obama was put into office by the Zionists. His top two cohorts for years have been the radical Zionist David Axelrod and Rahm Emmanuel. Both have long records of radical Zionism and have been attack dogs against anyone perceived as having the slightest opposition to Zionism.

Rahm Emmanuel, a dual citizen of ‘Israel’ who went to fight for Zionism, he has a long pedigree of Jewish extremism. His father served in the Irgun Terrorist Gang and he himself is named after an Irgun terrorist.

Zionist leaders in Chicago actually call Obama “the first Zionist President” and boast that Zionist were key players in Obama’s every step up the ladder to President.

from the very earliest days, extremist Zionist were the largest contributors to his campaign. In the beginning of his Presidential bid, three Hollywood Zionist that constantly make movies about Zionist suffering, but never about the Zionist terrorism and theft against the Palestinian people, Steven Spielberg, David Geffen, and Jeffrey Katzenberg raised 1.2 million for Obama in a single Hollywood party.

By the time Obama’s campaign was in full swing, he had huge support from the criminal Zionist International Banking firms such as Goldman Sachs and Lehman brothers. Goldman Sachs was Obama’s biggest single contributor, and his vast war chest came not from American manufacturing firms like GM or even American oil companies, it was overwhelmingly dominated by Zionist international bankers, the same ones whose thievery and fraud are giving the world this economic depression.

For those looking for meaningful social and political change, do you really think it will come from this man who has already been bought heart, head and soul by the most powerful czars of the international financial establishment and the biggest globalists in the world?

I know that many are desperate for change, so desperate that you want to believe anything. But in the face of these facts can’t you see that Obama will be even more dangerous to freedom and justice than even George Bush and his band of Neocons were. What better way to wipe out George Bush’s hated legacy and make the world believe that America has really changed than with the election of Obama. But, all the real Zionist power, Zionist media power, and Zionist financial power in America is still in place, even stronger than ever.

Many Americans and others around the world who want to do good are now telling us how wonderful Obama will be as president. What a great change it will be from the old policies. This is because of the Zionist-Controlled media hype, promoting Obama. The fact is that these poor sods are ignorantly helping the radical Zionist agenda in ‘Israel’ and around the world.

Every day that you don’t help expose Obama for the Zionist servant that he actually is, his popularity will be a greater danger to peace and freedom.

If the Zionist terrorist Shimon Peres is happy about the coronation of Obama, then why in the hell should you be?

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