Israel: Don’t let Qatar host the 2022 FIFA World Cup

large_34905_36761[1]British Jewish Chronicle reported on August 29, 2014 that the Zionist regime has given green light to start an anti-Qatar campaign against country’s bid to host the 2022 World Cup.

The Zionist regime has accused Qatar for giving tens of millions of dollars to Hamas which later used to armed itself and stood against the “mighty” Jewish army for nearly 50 days.

Ron Prosor, Israeli ambassador at the United Nations, recently described Qatar as “Club Med for terrorists”, adding that “one has to question FIFA decision to reward Qatar with the 2022 World Cup”.

Last week, Qatari foreign minister Khalid bin Mohammad al-Attiah rejected Jewish media’s accusation saying that his country doesn’t support armed resistance against Israel. He reminded the accusers that Qatar’s ruler Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad ak-Thani played a major role in brokering a ceasefire between Mahmoud Abbas and Benjamin Netanyahu.

Israel’s problem with Qatar is that Hamas political Guru Khaled Meshaal lives in Doha and the ruling Thani family funds his living and security expenses. Qatar is also home to the pro-Zionist Al-Jazeera, but dared to criticize Israel and supported Mahmoud Abbas during the current Israeli war on Gaza Strip. Furthermore, Dr. Yusuf Al-Qaradawi, the “Jew-hating” Muslim Brotherhood cleric, also lives in Doha.

In December 2010, FIFA President Joseph S. Blatter announced that Qatar was selected to host the FIFA World Cup in 2022. Later Blatter was declared an “anti-Semite” for criticizing Israel Football Association for practicing racism against country’s Palestinian players. In fact, Blatter is no different than the rest of western international sports officials. He showed his obedience to the organized Jewry in April this year when he wrote to Avi Luzon, president of Israel FA assuring him that FIFA would never tolerate any criticism of Israel and the new Jewish religion – the Holocaust.

Blatter wrote: “On this very special day for your country and nation, I would like to express my deepest sympathy on behalf of the international football community to the families of the victims of the Holocaust as well as my admiration for those who so bravely stood up and resisted against this evil.”

Qatar is home to the most strategically important US military base at Al Udied south of Doha. US Air Force used this base to invade Afghanistan (in 2001) and Iraq (in 2003). Recently, the US air force used this base to conduct air strikes against ISIS militants, a Zionist creation to demonize Islam and Muslims. The NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden has revealed that CIA-Mossad-MI6 created the terrorist organization ISIS to safeguard Israel’s regional interests.

Barack Obama’s anti-ISIS rhetoric are meant to prepare new groundwork to invade both Syria and Iraq to facilitate the establishment of Zionist dream of Greater Israel.

According to Jewish Chronicle, if Qatar is stripped off the 2022 World Cup, the pressure would grow for FIFA to move against Russia, which is due to host the event in 2018, and has historic (Jewish Soviet) links with Israel.

Professor John Louis Esposito (Georgetown University) recently claimed at Huffington Post, a Zionist mouthpiece, that the rulers of Saudi Arabia, Qatar and other Sunni Gulf sheikhdoms had funded the Salafi rebels in Syria against Assad regime and now are funding ISIS against Iraqi Shias. Interestingly, some leaders of these “jihadi” groups fighting Assad had declared that after the removal of pro-Iran Assad regime, the new government would recognize Israel and abandon all contacts with Iran, Hizbullah and Hamas.

Gulf funding of militant Salafi jihadists, including ISIS, to fight a proxy war in Syria against Assad. At the same time, the failure early on in Syria of the US and EU, to become significantly engaged and work closely with regional allies like Turkey, Saudi Arabia and Qatar to support moderate anti-Assad forces had a ripple effect. The U.S. and EU underestimated the threat from Syria in 2011, so too it did so in Iraq more recently,” Esposito wrote.

 

The ‘Satanic Jews’ against Iran

Iran-Flag-128[1]On March 2, 2014, during his Saviours Day, Part 2 address, the leader of the Nation of Islam Louis Farrakhan called the organized Jewry “Satanic Jews”.

The Satanic Jews that control everything and mostly everybody. If they’re your enemies, then you must be somebody. And if they have not been able to move you off your square; if they have thrown everything at you including ‘the kitchen sink’ – and may be the toilet too, he said.

Harold Wallace Rosenthal, a wealthy and influential Jewish leader in an interview he gave to Charles A. Weisman, said: No one in the last three decades has achieved any political power without Jewish approval. Americans have not had a real presidential choice since 1932. Roosevelt was our man and every president since him has been our man.

Many political-aware American scholars have come to the conclusion that a nuclear Iran will pose no threat to American interests in the Middle East. They believe that it’s country’s corrupt politicians and Evangelic leaders on the AIPAC payroll who want the White House to fight an Israel’s proxy war against Iran.

In December 2013, Rachel Maddow, MSNBC talk-show host, admitted that Jewish Lobby (AIPAC) is pushing for US-Iran War.

On August 26, 2014, former CIA counter-terrorism expert Philip Giraldi posted an article claiming that American Jewish billionaires with the help of Obama administration are preparing the groundwork for a future war with Iran for Israel.

There is a group of Jewish American billionaires who are apparently doing their best to make sure than negotiations with Iran go nowhere in the mistaken belief that they are doing what is best for Israel. And they would also appear to be assisted in their efforts by the White House, which is at the same time claiming that it wants the talks to be successful,” Giraldi said.

The power and wealth of the anti-Iran groups as well as their unrivalled access to the United States government means that a policy of détente with Iran, which would be a no brainer based on both American and Iranian interests, only proceeds by fits and starts with the US Congress and much of the media lined up solidly to stop the effort. The American Israel Public Affairs Committee (AIPAC) and its affiliated educational foundation, which have focused on the “Iranian threat” over the past three years, have a combined budget of more than $90 million while AIPAC’s spin-off the Washington Institute for Near East Policy (WINEP) has $8.7 million,” Giraldi said.

And then there is the Muhadedin-e-Khalq, the Iranian terrorist group that has assassinated at least six Americans and is now assisting the Israeli government in killing Iranian scientists, a prima facie definition of what constitutes terrorism. The group was on the State Department terrorist list from 1997 until 2012, when Secretary of State Hillary Clinton de-listed it in response to demands coming from friends of Israel in Congress as well as from a large group of ex government officials, many of whom were paid large honoraria by the group to serve as advocates. The paid American shills included former CIA Directors James Woolsey and Porter Goss, New York City Mayor Rudolph Giuliani, former Vermont Governor Howard Dean, former Director of the Federal Bureau of Investigation Louis Freeh and former United Nations Ambassador John Bolton. The promoters of MEK in congress and elsewhere claimed to be primarily motivated by MEK’s being an enemy of the current regime in Tehran, though its virulent anti-Americanism and terrorist history make it a somewhat unlikely poster child for the “Iranian resistance“,” Giraldi added.

Listen to Giraldi exposing the lie that Israel is America’s best ally in the Middle East.

UIUC fires professor for insulting Netanyahu

Last week, Dr. Phyllis M. Wise, Chancellor University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign (UIUC) fired professor Steven Salaita of Palestinian descent for posting tweet messages condemning Israel’s war crimes in Gaza. Two of the tweets found most offensive by the 70 Jewish individuals, fundraisers for the UIUC, and Israel lobby group Simon Wiesenthal Center read:  “At this point, if Netanyahu appeared on TV with a necklace made from the teeth of Palestinian children, would anybody be surprised?” And: “Zionists, take responsibility: if your dream of an ethnocratic Israel is worth the murder of children, just fucking own it already.”

Phyllis Wise had an old grudge with Salaita, who campaigned for the American Studies Association (ASA) boycott of Israeli academic institutions. Phyllis Wise voted against the boycott.

Brown University professor Bonnie Honig in a letter slammed Phyllis Wise for her unwise decision. “Here is a man of Palestinian descent watching people he may know, perhaps friends, colleagues, or relatives, bombed to bits while a seemingly uncaring or powerless world watched. He was touched by violence and responded in a way that showed it. In one of the tweets that was most objected to (Netanyahu, necklace, children’s teeth), Salaita commented on a public figure who is fair game and who was promoting acts of terrible violence against a mostly civilian population. I found that tweet painful and painfully funny. It struck home with me, a Jew raised as a Zionist. Too many of us are too committed to being uncritical of Israel,” She wrote.

Iyle Jeremy Rubin, a doctorate candidate at University of Rochester, in a letter to Dr. Wise that Dr. salaita did not say anything different than what Jewish scholars like Rabbi Henry Siegman, Rabbi Michael Lerner , Hannah Arendt and Albert Einstein had said earlier.

Over 1200 American scholars have pledged to boycott UIUC until professor Salaita is reinstated.

Had Salaita been Jewish like professors David Klein (California State University, Northridge) and David Lloyd (University of California, Riverside), he would have been protected by his peers for using his “academic freedom” for criticizing Israel and Zionism.

On August 18, 2014, John K. Wilson, an American author exposed the political agenda behind the firing of Dr. Salaita.

Professor Abdullah Mohammad Sindi, a Saudi academic who received his PhD from University of Southern California, is author of the 1999 book, ‘The Arabs and the West: The Contributions and the Inflictions’, in which he explains how the Zionist-Jewish media and Hollywood have created American hatred of Arabs. Read a summary of the book here.

World-class Muslim female athletes

f47f2dba-1b10-4f32-aebe-f04c8d29e93d_16x9_788x442[1]Contrary to the western anti-Islam propaganda, Islam doesn’t forbid Muslim females to join sports and even compete with male sportsmen as long as they’re dressed modestly covering body and wearing headscarf (Hijab). However, several Zionist-controlled international sports organizations and national sports event in the US, Canada and France don’t allow Muslim sportswomen to participate, who insist on wearing religious headdress (Hijab). Sports have always been part of Islamic social life since the advent of the faith in 610 CE.

In 2011, Pakistan-born weightlifter from Atlanta, Kulsoom Abdullah, was barred from entering US Senior National in Iowa because she insisted on wearing Hijab during the competition.

In February 25, 2007 – A referee ordered 11-year-old Asmahan Mansour of the pitch during a National tournament game in Quebec for wearing Hijab. Her team and four others walked out of tournament in protest.

In 2012 London Olympics, Iran’s women soccer team could not participate because all its members wore Hijab.

In February 2012, the United Nations condemned ban on wearing Hijab at the international sports events. “Each female player, from the top elite level down to the grassroots, has the freedom to decide whether or not to wear this particular piece of attire while on the field,” said Wilfried Lemke, special sports adviser to Ban Ki-moon.

Against such odds, however, here are some Muslim sportswomen who did make to the Olympics and international sports competitions.

Neda Shahsavari: The first Hijab-wearing Iranian table tennis player who competed at the 2012 London Olympics. A physical education student from the western city of Kermanshah made history for Iran when she beat Kazakhstan’s Yelena Shagarova at the Middle Asia Olympic qualifying tournament in Tehran in January 2012.

Table tennis is popular in Iran, and ping pong tables are widespread in the country’s public parks.

Sara Khoshjamal-Fekri: She became a national celebrity as Iran’s first female taekwondo Olympic qualifier and was listed by Time magazine as one of the “100 Olympic Athletes to Watch” at the Beijing 2008 Games, where she made it to the quarter finals before being knocked out.

Rubab Raza: She is the first Pakistani female Olympic swimmer, who competed at the age of 13 in the 50m freestyle at the 2004 Athens Games. She won two silver medals and one bronze at the 2004 Islamabad South Asian Games. She is Pakistan’s youngest Olympian.

Kiran Khan: Pakistan’s  record-holding swimmer, who represented her country at the 2008 Beijing Olympics and at Asian and Commonwealth Games.

Laila Muhammad Ali: She is daughter of the world-renowned American boxing champion Muhammad Ali. She is a former professional boxer, who held three world titles. She has appeared in several TV shows and author of her memoir. She recalls her father’s advice on Islamic modesty. “Everything that Allah made valuable in the world is covered and hard to get to. Where do you find diamonds? Deep down in the ground, covered and protected. Where do you find pearls? Deep down at the bottom of the ocean, covered up and protected in a beautiful shell. Where do you find gold? Way down in the mine, covered over with layers and layers of rock. You’ve got to work hard to get to them. Your body is sacred. You’re far more precious than diamonds and pearls, and you should be covered too.”

Hassiba Boulmerka: She won first Gold Medal for Algeria in the 1500 meter at Barcelona in 1992. She became the second Muslim woman to win Olympic Gold Medal. The first was won by Nawal El Moutakawel of Morocco in the 400m hurdle race at 1984 Los Angeles Olympics.

Ghada Shouaa: She won a Gold Medal at the 1996 Atlanta Olympics for her country Syria.

The debate around Muslim women athletes’ clothing is far from over. Those in favor of banning the hijab remain skeptics, disbelieving that this fabric can signify more than a political or ideological struggle. These detractors cannot accept that the hijab can be a woman’s choice, despite the fact that many Muslim women themselves proudly defend their right to wear it. The right to veil and the right to unveil should go hand in hand,” says Mariam Morshed, a researcher on women’s rights and Washington-based lawyer. Read more here.

Israel lost its Gaza War: In public opinion

Many Israelis and political pundits in the Palestinian camp has declared the so-called “permanent ceasefire” negotiated between Netanyahu, Abbas and Egyptian dictator Gen. Sisi, as a victory for Palestinian Islamic Resistance in Gaza.

If one considers resistance to one of world’s most powerful and immoral armies for 51 days without selling its soul to the Zionist Devil, is a victory; then I agree with him to celebrate it. However, if one reads the contents of the “deal” authored by some Zionist Jewish advisor to US secretary of state, John Kerry (a Crypto Zionist), Israel will only allow the material for the reconstruction of Gaza infra-structure it destroyed during the seven weeks of carpet bombing through Israel-Gaza checkpoints. This “Jewish mercy” would last for thirty days. After one month, the Gazans would have to negotiate with the Zionist regime how to stop the Jewish soldiers restart murdering their children.

So you see, the Zionist regime has not blessed the Fatah-Hamas “unity government”, one of the reason it murdered three Jew settlers to start the war on July 6. The aim was to destroy Hamas and make Mahmoud Abbas, the undisputed leader of the nine million Palestinians.

I tend to agree with Lebanese academic and author, Dr. Amal Saad (born to a Muslim father and a Christian mother), who claims that her religion is Muqawama (military resistance). She posted on her blog today:

The insistence on denying victory to the heroic Palestinian resistance and people is reminiscient of Arab state media and western mainstream media coverage of the 2006 July War. In both wars, the casualty toll and mass destruction supposedly denied victory to resistance forces. But this is a very flawed and superficial understanding of what constitutes military victory, particularly in asymmetric warfare. It does not matter if israel made “no significant concessions” beyond a pledge to ease the blockade (i.e. no talk of releasing Palestinian prisoners) or that Hamas was unable to ensure all of its conditions were met. All of this is moot when we recall that this war was not launched by Hamas but was waged by Israel with the declared aim of halting the resistance’s rockets and demilitarizing Gaza. The fact that the Palestinians were able to deny Israel the ability to secure either of these military goals means that the resistance won and Israel lost. Over and above this, the resistance scored moral victories that were less pronounced in 2012, namely exposing Israeli barbarity to the western world, and the overwhelming popular support Hamas and other resistance groups rallied behind them. The biggest victor in all this is the logic of resistance— the strategic rationality of armed struggle has triumphed over the [il]logic of “peace” and submission.

In case you like to read the views of a Zionist friendly Palestinian activist, Ali Abunimah, over “Hamas victory”, you will find it on his blog here.

Lobby: Iran to arm Palestinians after it downed Israeli drone

On Sunday, when Iran’s IRGC announced that it shot-down an Israeli spy drone on way to Iran’s Natanz nuclear enrichment plant, the entire Jewish-controlled media made fun of it – claiming it an anti-Israel PR to demonize the “only Jewish state” in the world. However, when Iran released a video (watch below), showing parts of the destroyed “Jewish drone” – the same media, shamelessly, came up with another lie: “O’ yea, what about Iran supplying arms to Palestinian “terrorists” throwing thousands of rockets on the peace-loving Israeli Jews.

The most stupid narrative came from Israel’s pro-Likud newspaper Jerusalem Post. It headlined: “Iran vows to send arms to West Bank in response to drone,” wrote Ariel Ben-Solomon on August 25, 2014.

One wonders why Iran would arm Palestinians in the West Bank which is not under Israel’s current carpet-bombing? Furthermore, the West Bank is controlled by the Israeli army, armed settler thugs and the security forces of Mahmoud Abbas, the Palestinian Gandhi.

It’s Islamic resistance Hamas and Islamic Jihad that the Zionist regime fears the most after Lebanese Islamic Resistance Hizbullah. Yasser Arafat and Mahmoud Abbas have been Israel’s “cooperating enemies”. Jewish media outlets have cried for decades that Iran arms Israel’s regional and South American enemies like Sudan, Syria, Venezuela, Hizbullah and Hamas/Islamic Jihad. Israel even faked capture of arms destined to these countries and organizations.

Last month, Jewish Al-Monitor claimed that Tehran canceled its financial and military aid to Hamas over their differences on Assad regime in Syria. In 2012, Hamas received Iranian rocket al-Fajr, but this time Tehran has avoided to give Hamas even moral support. That has left Hamas to fight Israel with home-made rockets based on Iranian technology.

Interestingly, on July 29, 2014, Jewish The Blaze reported that Iran’s Supreme leader Ayatullah Ali Khamenei had urged Muslims around the world to arm Hamas against the “rabid dog” Israel.

On July 26, 2014, British media reported that Hamas plans to buy new arms from North Korea to continue its fight against the Jewish army.

In the past, Hamas main arms supply route was Syria which doesn’t exist for the last three years. Syrian Army even has an all Palestinian Brigade. Thanks to Crypto-Jew Gen. al-Sisi, Rafah crossing is also closed to Gaza traffic. Therefore, there is no chance of Hamas receiving arms from its foreign allies until the Israeli sanctions are lifted, which I doubt very much even after the just concluded “permanent ceasefire” between Netanyahu and Abbas.

I’m not the only one who believes that Netanyahu agreed to Egypt’s latest “permanent ceasefire” because he agreed it. He was forced to accept it as the Jewish army failed to defeat Palestinian resistance even after 50 days of military and propaganda war.

The Zionist entity’s intelligence minister Yuval Steinitz has called on forming a “national unity” government as Netanyahu’s popularity among the Zionist settlers has waned. He called on sacking Netanyahu’s government or settling the crisis in Gaza.

Israeli experts consider that the Palestinian resistance has become more powerful and will start preparing for the upcoming war, benefiting from lifting the blockade and from the popular support in Palestine and the Muslim World.

And finally, you may like to hold on to your “Antisemitism Award”, as US taxpayers will replace all Israeli ammunition it used to kill 2,100 Gaza people, more than 85 % civilians including 525 children – as they did after 2006 Israel-Hizbullah War, and Israel-Hamas Wars of 2008-09 and 2012.

Hamas needs to change its international image

IsraeliSoldierWomenChildren[1]Some of us do know what the so-called “international image” means. It means submission to the world Jewry. It means to sell one’s soul to Jewish money. Ones who refuse to sell their religious and national honor – are called “terrorists”, and out-of-touch with the realities of the world.

Israel, an outlaw entity by every definition is called the only democracy in the region by the so-called “civilized world”. The western leaders and their puppets in the rest of the world are unanimous in calling both Hamas and Hizbullah being terrorist groups which need to stop killing the “Chosen People”, who just want to live in peace on the land they stole from the Arabs over six decades ago.

No western leader like to understand Israel’s Jewish hatred toward Christians, Muslims and the Arabs at large. For example, early this month, Michael Oren, former Israeli ambassador in Washington, called Hamas a vicious, medieval, racist, genocidal organization. In November 2012, Gild Sharon, son of Jewish butcher and former Israeli prime minster, Gen. Ariel Sharon called for flattening of the entire Gaza Strip.

Now, the so-called “self-hating Jew”, Dr. Richard Falk, former UN special envoy for the Palestinian Territories (?), who is “notorious” for his criticism of Israeli barbarism recently gave Hamas three advices how it can join the “civilized world”.

1. Stop shooting thousands of rockets over Israel which have rarely killed Jews.

2. Revise its Charter of Covenant of 1988, which called for the recapture of all the historical Palestinian land stolen from its native Muslims and Christians by European Jewry since the 1930s.

3. Stop killing the Palestinians who collaborate with the Zionist entity because such actions are against the western “civilized values”, except when the Israeli Jews  fellow Jews through torture.

Instead of responding to Dr. Falk’s Zionist crusade to “modernize” Hamas, I rather leave it to a British “righteous Jew”, Paul Eisen, who wrote on August 25, 2014 that he was disappointed with Richard Falk’s “moral” rant.

First, in my view, it’s fine that Hamas don’t seem to much care if they’re accepted as ‘a legitimate political actor’, so long as they’re accepted as ‘a legitimate political resistor’.

Second, much of Hamas’ resistance lies precisely in their abandonment of strategy. Who cares ‘if-we-do-this-will-they-do-that’, whatever the Palestinians do, Israelis will try to eliminate them.

And who cares about the tone of their Charter? The Hamas Charter is about resistance, so what does it matter what the Israelis and the rest of the groveling world think? And by the way, if Hamas uses the J-word for those slaughtering their children, then that’s just about right. And if Hamas calls for the elimination of Israeli state (not the people), that’s fine by me.

And as far as the recent summary execution of collaborators which Falk finds so objectionable – well, my understanding is that the Jews in Warsaw Ghetto did much the same. Would Falk like to condemn that as well?

I’m afraid Richard Falk has fallen into the trap of so many of those Jewish sages to whom the Palestinian people are do indebted. He presides over the discourse, allocating moral brownie-points to all and sundry – but fails to see who is the perpetrator and who is the victim.