LORD said unto Abram ... 'I will make of thee a great nation, and I will
bless thee ...
And I will bless them that bless thee, and curse him
that curseth thee: and in thee shall all families of the earth be
blessed'" (Genesis 12:1-3)
"Thus saith the LORD God of Israel ... 'The LORD liveth ... which led the
seed of the house of Israel out of the north country,
and from all countries whither I had driven them; and they shall dwell in their
own land'" (Jeremiah 23:2,8)
that keepeth Israel shall neither slumber nor sleep" (Psalm
"'In the Middle East once you have chosen
between the irreconcilable narratives on offer, everything confirms the
narrative you have chosen, and nothing confounds it.' After barely
a year in the Middle East, the BBC's correspondent Kevin Connolly
appears to have reached the conclusion that facts and objective analysis
of events are not what he came here to look for. Like many a Western
journalist, crippled by preconceptions based on historical inaccuracies
and hampered by an inability to speak any of the local languages
fluently, he has succumbed to the temptations of 'narrative'..."
"Human rights groups are accusing Assad of
"extreme violence against children in Syria," including the torture and
murder of the 13-year-old democracy protester Hamza Ali al-Khateeb. So
on cue, Bashar Assad is attempting to distract world attention by
fomenting riots against Israel..."
"Following a trial run in May a coordinated
effort was launched by Hamas, Hizbollah, and the Syrian regime to mount
a massive three-pronged border invasion into Israel. The aim was to gain
international propaganda by the sight of thousands of unarmed protesters
demonstrating their desire 'to return home to Palestine'. The
anticipated numbers were put at 100,000..."
strikes any unbiased observer that what appears to have been a poorly
staged attempt by paid locals and quite possibly foreign meddlersto infiltrate into Israel on 'Al Naksa Day'
was largely treated as a yawn by most of the Western media and an
attempt by Syria to divert attention from the brutal crackdown on its
"On Naksa day, June 5th, Palestinians and
Arabs have recently decided to commemorate the day that the 6 Day War
started and which they lost. The war that led to the loss of the West
Bank, Gaza, the Golan Heights and the Sinai Peninsula..."
"On the one hand, there is Israel, a
democratic state with a free media (that often criticizes the
government) and that has video tape of the incident in question. On the
other hand, there is Syria, a dictatorship that censors all the news,
controls all of the media, and is currently involved in murdering
hundreds of its citizens..."
is the United Nations Disengagement Observer Force in Syria. This is its
mandate: Maintain the ceasefire between Israel and Syria; Supervise the
disengagement of Israeli and Syrian forces; and Supervise the areas of
separation and limitation, as provided in the May 1974 Agreement on
Disengagement. Here is a map showing its area of operations. I have
highlighted Majdal Shams, where the riots were yesterday and on May
Syrian rioters, marking the 44th anniversary of the Arab 'downfall' in
the Six Day War (Naksa Day), were injured today when hundreds attempted
to breach Israel’s northern border with Syria in the Golan Heights, near
Majdal Shams. And, while Syrian authorities were claiming several
fatalities, the IDF was unable to confirm this..."
"'The Reform Party of Syria has learned
today, from intelligence sources close to the Assad regime in Lebanon …
the [Syrian] regime has paid hundreds
[of farmers] … $1,000 each to show-up [on the Syrian-Israel border] and
$10,000 to their families should any of them succumb to Israeli fire.
In Syria, an average salary is about $200 a month'..."
"Watching the BBC report on the bad and evil
Israelis 'opening fire' on harmless liberty loving and defenceless
demonstrators in Syria i.e Boy Bashar's unofficial attention diverting
stormtroopers. This is a nice little hit and run job on Israel and
Syrian State TV is such a reliable source..."
"The bloody events of
the so called 'Nakba Day' have been planned for a
while. For months now the 3rd Palestinian
Intifada movement has been promoting their anti
Israel event on May 15th. At noon today
after a 63 seconds siren, thousands march towards
Israel borders from Syria, Lebanon and Gaza. The
Syria-Israel border was infiltrated while in Lebanon
and Gaza violent protests were held from behind the
"Today Israel faced
invasion from three borders: thousands tried to
storm the borders from Syria, Lebanon and Gaza,
along with Arab rampages in east Jerusalem ... The
reason for this
concerted onslaught was that today was the
anniversary of what Arabs call the 'nakba or
‘catastrophe’, their word
for the foundation of the State of Israel
when five Arab armies tried to snuff out the nascent
state and failed. ‘Nakba day’
is thus a restatement of the goal of eradicating
Israel from the face of the earth..."
"A new tradition has
been allowed to grow in the Arab world. Once a year
Arabs commemorate a period when many uprooted
themselves from what had become Israel. It was at
the time when Arab armies invaded the nascent state
of Israel. It was this incident that created a
refugee problem that is unsolved to this day. They
call this event The Nakba. (The Catastrophe).
At its core they are not commemorating their
upheaval. They are not celebrating their
dispossession. Rather, they are campaigning for the
elimination of Israel..."
saith the LORD,
which giveth the sun for a light by day, and the
ordinances of the moon and of the stars for a light by night,
which divideth the sea when the waves thereof roar; the LORD of hosts is His
'If those ordinances depart from before me,' saith the LORD,
'then the seed of Israel shall also cease from being a nation before me
"For the LORD will not cast off His people, neither will He forsake His
trust in the LORD shall be as mount Zion which cannot be removed, but
As the mountains are round about Jerusalem, so the LORD is round about
His people from henceforth even forever"
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