*Elisheva Federman*

December 31, 2010


Elisheva Federman mother of 10 children, and wife of activist Noam Federman, was given a 4,000 NIS fine or three-months in jail sentence after she was convicted of what the prosecution termed “incitement to racism.”

Among her statements were: “Kahane is Right”, “Arabs who kill Jews are not human, but act like animals”. You can see that those statements and similar ones are daily uttered by many Jews, and much more inciteful ones used by Leftist against Right-wing Jews.

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1,400 years of Muslim Hate – an article by Jonathan Kay

December 28, 2010


Jonathan Kay
National Post, December 14, 2010

When Israeli planes smashed Egyptian airfields in the opening hours of the Six-Day War, announcers on Radio Cairo took to the airwaves, calling on Arabs in neighbouring countries to attack any Jews they could find. In the Libyan capital of Tripoli, then home to about 5,000 Jews, rioters responded with an orgy of murder, arson and looting that lasted three days. Even after the survivors had fled to Israel and the West, leaving Libya effectively judenrein, the anti-Semitic bloodlust remained unquenched. It was “the unavoidable duty of the city councils,” opined one Libyan newspaper, “to remove [Jewish] cemeteries immediately, and throw the bodies of the dead, which even in their eternal rest soil our country, into the depths of the sea.… Only then can the hatred of the Libyan people toward the Jews be satiated.”

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“No peace, No peace plans, No price for Peace” – by Moshe Sharon

December 25, 2010

“No peace, No peace plans, No price for Peace”
(A short guide to those obsessed with peace)
by Moshe Sharon

Two Arab proverbs:
Everybody says that his donkey is a horse.
There is no tax on words.

On December 24th 1977, at the very beginning of the negotiations between Israel and Egypt in Ismailia, I had the opportunity to have a short discussion with Muhammad Anwar Sadat the president of Egypt. “Tell your Prime Minister,” he said, “that this is a bazaar; the merchandise is expensive.” I told my Prime Minister but he failed to abide by the rules of the bazaar. The failure was not unique to him alone. It is the failure of all the Israeli governments and the media.

On March 4, 1994, I published an article in the Jerusalem Post called “Novices in Negotiations” The occasion was the conclusion of the “Cairo Agreement.” A short time later, Yasser Arafat, proved yet again that his signature was not worth the ink of his pen let alone the paper to which it was affixed, and his word was worth even less. Then, as in every subsequent agreement Israel was taken aback when her concessions had become the basis for fresh Arab demands.

In Middle Eastern bazaar diplomacy, agreements are kept not because they are signed but because they are imposed. Besides, in the bazaar of the Arab-Israeli conflict, the two sides are not discussing the same merchandise. The Israelis wish to acquire peace based on the Arab-Muslim acceptance of Israel as a Jewish state. The objective of the Arabs is to annihilate the Jewish state, replace it with an Arab state, and get rid of the Jews.

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“Jewish ingratitude to Christians.” By SHMULEY BOTEACH

December 24, 2010

Jewish ingratitude to Christians.” By SHMULEY BOTEACH


Rather than attacking Christians for having nefarious motives for their charity, we should offer thanks.

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“EUROPEAN LIFE DIED IN AUSCHWITZ” – Sebastian Vilar Rodrigez

December 23, 2010


The following is a copy of an article written by Spanish writer Sebastian Vilar Rodrigez and published in a Spanish newspaper on Jan. 15, 2008.

It doesn’t take much imagination to extrapolate the message to the rest of Europe – and possibly to the rest of the world.



I walked down the street in Barcelona, and suddenly discovered a terrible truth – Europe died in Auschwitz. We killed six million Jews and replaced them with 20 million Muslims. In Auschwitz we burned a culture, thought, creativity, and talent.

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There is no equivalence between “freedom of speech” and Janet Peto’s thesis – by Harry Lieberman

December 23, 2010

To: “OISE Dean” dean.oise@utoronto.ca

Dear Julia O ‘ Sullivan,

Thank you so much for taking the time to answer my letter.

I agree with you, whole heartedly, with the principles of freedom of speech and expression. It was, after all, a Jew, who fought for the legitimacy of making ‘genocide”- (coined by) Raphael Lemkin- a crime after the Holocaust. It was, in fact, a direct result of the lack of “freedom of speech” in Hitler’ s Germany that helped precipitate the Holocaust. Contrary to Janet Peto’s thesis , Europe and the world after the Holocaust was less than kind to Jews , “white” or black and the incidence of anti Semitism is not on a decline in Europe or the world, to the contrary statistics point to a thriving growth in anti Semitism.

It is no coincidence that there were 3.5 million Polish Jews pre-Holocaust and there are less than 1000 Jews left in Poland today or that the entire Jewish population in the Arab Middle East has been effectively cleansed. On a side note , it is Israel that took in “Black Jews” from Ethiopia and it is Israel where Black Muslims find refuge from an ongoing genocide in Darfur.

There is no equivalence between “freedom of speech” and Janet Peto’s thesis. In fact Janet Peto’s thesis is an outright act of discrimination against Jews.

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Weekly Parsha and Update – December 19-25, 2010

December 23, 2010

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Parshah Shemot – Exodus 1:1-6:1
Torah Reading for Week of December 19-25, 2010 – Tevet 12-18 5771

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Eventually a new king came to power over Egypt who had no recollection of Yosef. (Shemos 1:8)

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The Jewish people came down to Egypt in 2238/1523 BCE. Ya’akov Avinu “died” after 17 years of bliss in Goshen, in the year 2255/1506. Yosef died 54 years after that in 2309/1452, and Levi died 23 years later in 2332/1429. He was the last of the Twelve Tribes to die, leaving behind no trace of Yosef’s immediate family. That’s where this week’s story begins, 94 years after the Jewish people had first descended to Egypt.

That’s a long time, isn’t it? The Torah makes it seem like a decade or two, but the math reveals that the Jewish people had been in Egypt for almost a century before conditions began to get worse, and worse, and the worst. However, the conditions didn’t get bad overnight; there must have been signs all along the way, but what difference did it make if no one paid attention to them?

The truth is, even during the golden era when Yosef was securely second-in-command we saw that Egyptians would not break bread with Hebrews. They found that disgusting, revealing that Jews were never fully accepted into Egyptian society. That was an important sign that all the niceties were purely for the sake of making Yosef want to stay around, to help steer the country through the rough times ahead.

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It is important that we as a people understand the trends taking shape now.

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“Europe Far Right Courts Israel In Anti-Islam Drive” –

December 21, 2010

Europe Far Right Courts Israel In Anti-Islam Drive
By Tom Heneghan, REUTERS – December 20, 2010

PARIS (Reuters) – Far-right political parties in Europe are stepping up their anti-Muslim rhetoric and forging ties across borders, even going so far as to visit Israel to hail the Jewish state as a bulwark against militant Islam.

National Front leader Marine Le Pen has shocked the French political elite in recent days by comparing Muslims who pray outside crowded mosques — a common sight during the holy month of Ramadan — to the World War Two Nazi occupation.

Oskar Freysinger, a champion of the Swiss ban on minarets, warned a far-right meeting in Paris Saturday against “the demographic, sociological and psychological Islamization of Europe.” German and Belgian activists also addressed the crowd.

Geert Wilders, whose populist far-right party supports the Dutch minority government, told Reuters last week he was organizing an “international freedom alliance” to link grass-roots groups active in “the fight against Islam.”

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Parsha and Weekly Update – December 12-18, 2010

December 16, 2010

Parshah Vayechi – Genesis 47:28-50:26
Torah Reading for Week of December 12-18, 2010 – Tevet 5-11 5771


Yaakov desired to reveal the End of Days – yet it was withheld from him. (Rashi)

“Yaakov called for his sons and said: ‘Gather, and I will tell you what will occur in the End of Days. Gather yourselves and listen, O sons of Yaakov, and listen to Yisrael your father. (49:1-2)” The “End of Days,” commentators say, refers to the Messianic era. Rashi comments that Yaakov wished to reveal to his children when Mashiach would come, presumably to comfort them and their descendants during their exile – yet the Divine Presence deserted him. He realized Hashem did not want the End of Days to be known; Mashiach was destined to remain a matter of faith, and not a matter of dates and deadlines.

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I just returned from a fantastic 10 day visit to Israel. As I arrived, a major fire erupted in Northern Israel. The word on the street was that the fires were started by those that work for the destruction of Israel. And only one day after all efforts to put an end to the fire, a major rain and wind storm occurred. G-d is sending us a message. Deal with our enemies without kid gloves and then G-d will help us.

On Sunday December 5, I met a group of 35 European Parliamentarians and activists in Ashkelon and on Tuesday December 7 at the Knesset. We share a common goal. And that goal is to expose and confront all Muslim Brotherhood groups. And the JDL will work with these Europeans to resist the Muslim Brotherhood. We will provide forums for them to speak in Canada and we will assist their programs in Europe.
The Austrian Opposition leader Heinz-Christian Strache, who has a viable chance of being elected the next Austrian chancellor, said that in order to understand the problems of the region one has to visit and see for themselves. He added that the Europeans were responsible to ensure that the Jewish people had a secure future after what was done to them in the Diaspora. I was proud to meet him.

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Muslim Convention Dec 2010 – Toronto

December 13, 2010


”Reviving the Islamic Spirit Convention” 2010
Fri. Dec 24 + Sat. Dec 25 + Sun. Dec 26


Twenty four (24) Speakers and Entertainers Listed on RIS Website, on Dec 12th, :

*Note: Names of the Participants were searched on the Internet. Since there may be more than one person with the same name, the following list may not be the individual who is participating in the Conference.

**Note: Names with asterisks participated in the Muslim Conference in Toronto 2009.


Shabazz – Attallah Shabazz

Attallah Shabazz, eldest daughter of Malcolm X and Betty

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