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August 31, 2010 by Leauki
How does journalism work? An example:


I am sure they teach this in journalism schools because all journalists involved knew exactly what to do and all of them did the same.

The case

1. An American Jew visits Israel and is beaten and stabbed by an Arab mob in front of a petrol station.

2. An Israeli solder saves the American and ultimately happens to stand behind the bleeding man.

3. Jo...
August 30, 2010 by Leauki
My favourite Palestinian blogger has written a surprising article again, quoting an interview from the Arab Gulf:

Interviewee: I have my own personal opinion on the Palestine conflict. In my opinion I have no problems with Palestine belonging to both Jews and Muslims. Moreover, it was originally a Christian state. 

Interviewer: Why for both the Jews and Muslims?

Interviewee: The origin of the name (Israel).. The people of Israel who were in Egypt migrated back to Palestine, whi...
August 30, 2010 by Leauki
Khomeini wrote a book. Really.

Here's a quote:

Having sex with the wife is illegal before reaching nine years, be it a permanent or a timed [timed marriage in shia], but the rest of acts like foreplaying [touching for sexual pleasure], hugging and Tafkhid is legal even with a baby.


Men suspected of homosexuality and women suspected of adultery have to be executed though.

August 20, 2010 by Leauki
Two of the most common arguments for Israel are the Holocaust and the need to reward victims with their own country and the Biblical argument that G-d gave the holy land to the people of Israel.

Both arguments are good and true. The Holocaust indeed showed that a Jewish state was necessary and the Bible (and the Quran) indeed claim that G-d gave the holy land to the Jews.

However, the odd part about the arguments is not that they are made but by whom and why. They always come up in discuss...
August 19, 2010 by Leauki
I have tried to come to a conclusion for myself, whether I should oppose or support the building of a mosque not far from Ground Zero, and whether I should even have an opinion; but I couldn't figure it out. I still don't have an opinion (other than that building the mosque would be legal and must not be opposed violently).

But I thought it would be interesting to weigh in three opinions; two by friends of mine, a gay Christian Palestinian who grew up in an Arab country and now lives in the d...
August 16, 2010 by Leauki
I found this article on a German news site:


Frankreich ist während der Ferienzeit wegen möglicher Terroranschläge in besonderer Alarmbereitschaft. Da "die islamistische Bedrohung" sich ausweite, gelte erhöhter Alarm innerhalb der zweithöchsten Stufe des Terrorwarnsystems, teilte die französische Regierung mit. Die Gefahr eines radikalislamischen Anschlags bestehe für Franzosen und f...
August 5, 2010 by Leauki
This could be part of the most important development in the 21st century, and I am not exagerating.

Last week, while in southern California, Reza Pahlavi of Iran hosted a delegation, led by Dr. Kamal Artin, President of KNC-NA [Kurdish National Congress of North America], affording the parties to hold candid and productive discussions about Iranian and regional issues. Marking a significant step forward, the discussions were candid, in that they addressed past differences, but also quite...
August 4, 2010 by Leauki
Irish national hero Daniel O’Connell said in 1846:Ireland has claims on your ancient race, it is the only country that I know of unsullied by any one act of persecution of the Jews.What is left of Daniel O’Connell?During the Great Potato Famine in the mid-19th century, the Rothschild family were among the biggest contributors to food and other aid. It certainly seemed prudent of the Rothschild bankers to support a country and a nation that was so friendly towards Jews.The same ...
July 30, 2010 by Leauki
Most Americans probably imagine Iran as a whole as it is today, paired with a vague recollection that once it was more like the comparatively liberal Arab sheikhdoms around the Gulf.

But before the revolution, under the Shah's rule, Iran was quite different from what we think of as a middle-eastern country, and actually looked and felt pretty much like a western country.

This was not because the west had so heavily influenced Iran that Iranians forgot their own culture and heritage. Rather...
July 27, 2010 by Leauki
On the 27th of July 1980 the Shah died in Egypt.

His reforms in Iran were undone and Iran was taken from the path to power and wealth and transformed into a barbaric state where women are treated like property.

The world had lost one of the greatest men of our time and gained war and destruction instead.

Left-wing protesters acting in unison with Iranian "clerics" (Iran's land owners) undid the work of the Shah and transformed Iran from a modern state into the barbaric regime we know to...
July 27, 2010 by Leauki
Female soldiers are not rare in Israel. Even female combat soldiers are becoming normal.

Arab solders and combat soldiers are not rare either with entire clans of Druze and Bedouin controlling the most decorated front units.

But a Christian Arab female combat soldier is new:

Cpl. Elinor Joseph was born and raised in an integrated neighborhood of Jews and Arabs in Haifa, but attended a school in which all her classmates were Arab. She later moved to Wadi Nisnas, an Arab neighborhood wher...
July 22, 2010 by Leauki
Israellycool Dave continues his series about luxury hotels in Gaza:


Warning: If you are from the American middle class, you might find the pictures shocking. Hardly anyone in America is used to living or even seeing the luxury environments in which Hamas officials and European "peace activists" spend their many idle hours.

July 21, 2010 by Leauki
Mubarak, who has seven brothers and sisters, has never set foot outside the village where he was born into a family which was inherited as slaves by their local master.

Sheikh Mohammed Badawi's father had bought Mubarak's parents 50 years ago, shortly before Yemen's 1962 revolution which abolished slavery. Mubarak has known no other life except that of a slave.


Isn't it great how excellent human rights are respected in the Arab ...
July 16, 2010 by Leauki
I first read about it on a German news site:


Lieberman works on political bomb.

I found an English article:

FM presents: 2nd disengagement from Gaza

Five years after Israel's unilateral disengagement  from Gaza, Foreign Minister Avigdor Lieberman has proposed a new plan aimed at ridding Israel of any responsibility for the coastal enclave, the Yedioth Ahronoth daily reported Friday.
July 15, 2010 by Leauki
If you are a left-winger or "peace activist", you may ignore this post. You don't believe that weapons of mass destruction have ever been owned or used by anyone other than Israel.

But if you are normal (or a right-winger) this might interest you.

Apparently Saddam's WMDs ended up in the hands of our friend and partner Turkey, EU candidate and winner of the peace activist of the year award for losing nine people in a blockade run which for Turkey was the equivalent of 911.

Chemical and ...