الثلاثاء، 22 مارس، 2011

برنامج كاتب وكتاب قناه المنار اللبنانيه - الجزء الاول

أديب قعوار في برنامج كاتب وكتاب علي قناه المنار اللبنانيه - بيروت
الجزء الاول

الدعايه الصهيونيه في الروايه الامريكيه

لمشاهده اللقاء المسجل علي موقع ديلي موشن اضغط هنا 

الجمعة، 18 مارس، 2011

FIVE ROADBLOCKS TO PEACE / REFUGEES"

FIVE ROADBLOCKS TO PEACE / REFUGEES"
letters@latimes.com

Dear Editor,

The road to peace has as many roadblocks as the Israeli occupation put in the occupied West Bank and the Gaza Strip, including those put in Israel 1948. 94% of its area ownership belongs to Palestinian Arabs, which should be returned to them plus the loss of its income and sufferings, including tens of thousands of death casualties resulting from 57 years of Zionist atrocities and occupation.

Prescription does not apply to land theft by force of arms, and a self proclaimed Jewish state should not create other roadblocks in the face of millions of Palestinians to return to their land and be compensated for their various types of losses and sufferings on the hands of Israeli occupation throughout the years.

The only generous solution offered by Palestinians to end this catastrophe, is the creation of a democratic and secular Palestinian state in historic Palestine, where all Palestinians whether still in it or in their diaspora and those presently called Israelis can live as equal citizens, one man one vote.

The sufferings of Jews in Europe can and should not be avenged against the indigenous Arab people of Palestine.

Sincerely

Adib S. Kawar

A displaced Palestinian Arab

Beirut - Lebanon


Adib S Kawar – Where are the Arabs? A response to Robert Grenier

The author of the article I post below, Robert Grenier, rightly asked: “Where are the Arabs?” but in our opinion, we Arab Nationalists, also believe that he had also rightly volunteered to reply to his own question which is in his own words:

“…the primary motivating principles of the rebels have been clear:
A desire for personal liberty, dignity and collective social empowerment.”


Once an Egyptian Arab intellectual lady, Huda Hanum Shaarawi, replied after the 1948 Palestinian Arab Nakbah to the question: “How is it possible that seven Arab states and their armies were defeated by one state “Israel”? Her reply was simple and clear: “Because they were seven states with seven armies and seven ‘leaderships’ each quarrelling with the rest, while the enemy was one with one leadership, one army for one state.”, which the author has described below:

Robert Grenier was the CIA’s chief of station in Islamabad, Pakistan, from 1999 to 2002. He was also the director of the CIA’s counter-terrorism centre.” As a high CIA officer he should have known why did the British  Mr. Sykes and the French M. Picot come together to plan to divide the east Mediterranean Arab territories even before the defeat and  expulsion of the Ottoman Turks from it. They met and agreed to conclude on what is known as “The Sykes Picot Agreement”, that is, to  apply the principle of “divide and rule”, of course to create small weak Arab states that cannot defend themselves in the face of the colonialist powers and their colonialist ambitions, who were at the time in the first place Great Britain and France.

And lately why the old Zionist fox Shimon Peres to be joined at a later time by Condoleezza Rice, U.S Secretary of State under George W. Bush, further try to divide the present Arab states into a smaller states based on religious and ethnic minorities, which Zionists and other colonialist powers shall try to create between them feuds and enmities so as to resort to these colonialist powers for protection against their other Arab brothers… then Zionists and other colonialists shall be able to control them all, but fortunately enough what is known as the New Middle East colonialist conspiracy did not see the light, and with the domino theory of Arab revolutions presently taking place shall never be realized, and hopefully an Arab unity shall instead be realized to counteract these Zionist and western colonialist conspiracies.

Now the aim of young Arab revolutionaries is to get rid of these rulers who want to keep their control on what they consider as their subjects in collaboration with their colonialist protectors, but the young Arab citizens who want to be no more subjects of their corrupt ruers, but real citizens and be able to decide their own fate are struggling to overthrow all these rotten, corrupt and isolationist rulers. That is why those particular rulers shall not volunteer to come to give assistance to Libyan Arabs or any revolutionary Arabs citizens revolting against their rotten rulers… because as we said and saw that by the domino theory, revolutions shall pass from one Arab state to another. They, Arab rulers, want to keep their chairs under the seat of their pants and keep on riding on the backs of what they consider their obedient subjects. The young revolutionaries want their freedom and liberty from their internal and external rulers.

In a big and rich Arab state, an official and a member of the ruling family commented on the simple and rightful demands of their young citizens whom they consider “subjects” who gathered peacefully. As is the case with all Arab rulers, the official said after denying that there were gatherings and demands: “The cooperation of citizens with security men to confront those who call for anarchy was a good proof and spontaneous response against those calling for evil in a peaceful country.” He added that, “driving people to overstep matters to what doesn’t achieve demands or reform, calls for dialogue,and that is exactly what those in command in the state call for”!!!!

Another highly posted official said: “Some of those calling for evil gathered in front of the ministry of internal affairs,” he claimed that, “they want to make of the state a place of chaos, they are organizing purposeless demonstrations that have no high aims, but they proved that they don’t know the people of their state”!!!
From Libya, correspondent Ogharit Dandaash wrote the story of the engineer Almahdi Zeo:
“Before February 14th there was not a single exceptional matter or incident that makes it to informational mass media, nor was there a political stance, be it pro or con, regarding the regime that was in the activities of this Benghazi engineer who was in his forties. Engineer Almahdi Zeo was living a quiet life in Benghazi, his financial status was as described by those who knew him well as “better than good (kwaiseh)”. Zeo was the head of a family, and the father of two daughters studying at university, who never heard or noticed him fidgeting when Gaddafi and his men ruling from their stronghold of terror in Benghazi were mentioned.

On February 15th 2011 the young people of Benghazi didn’t expect the official birth for the February 17th revolution, to mount the winds of change that blew from their neighborhood. They demonstrated and were confronted from the Benghazi battalion of terror with fire in front of the court house… many of the revolutionary fell down martyrs…

While the young revolutionaries were marching in the funeral of their martyred comrades, Zeo was passing an ordinary day during his monotonous life. He passed in front of the headquarters of the battalion on his way to practice his ordinary daily routine work, it was inevitable that some incident should happen to attract his attention. Young people returning from the funeral of their beloved comrades, were, without notice, confronted with live fire, the source of which was from the battalion of Al-Fadel Omar, the headquarters of the soldiers of the regime, where any activists with political opposition to the regime, or with any ideas that contradict those of the Gaddafi Green holy Book. Zeo stopped to see the young people confronting the heavily armed soldiers with their naked chests, He returned home to tell his two daughters about 18 years olds fighting without help.

The following morning he returned to practice his ordinary work, believing that the zeal of the young couldn’t but be aborted with the regime’s brutality, but just in front of the same battalion tens of young people returned for another sit down with other supporters… Zeo realized after a long life of submission and looking aside shall not end with the feeling at ease required by other human beings, those youngsters realized, before it was too late, that there is a difference between living as ordinary human beings and a life full with a humanitarian meaning.

That night he hugged his beloved ones like he had never done before, he talked to them about small heroic incidents that history books didn’t mention, and about which no poems were written, but they leave their effect in people’s souls that had submitted to accepting life at ease, and as an ordinary matter… and left his house.

The place is the headquarters of the Benghazi battalion, date before the new Libyan history, attendants, the young persons seated on the ground, the occasion: drawing a new road map for the revolution.
The engineer said: “Success depends on the element of surprise: Clearly, we need to act quickly.
One of youth there understood: the moment the road opens, we attack.
Another youth pointed out to another group of young people, the brothers coming here are from Baida, they came to help us.

The engineer said, “I am going ahead”.
The engineer mounts his car that was loaded with gas containers for home use, and drives towards the wall of the two storey building housing the battalion’s headquarters, which is impossible to enter to or to break into. He steps on the accelerator to maximum speed, hits the wall, the car explodes, the wall crumbles creating an opening, the youngsters rush into the headquarters.

The element of surprise dispersed the soldiers who ran away, the revolutionaries took control and they obtained their first quantity of arms, they took control of the helm of the battle and thus the battle turned in their favor. After some confrontations, the Abu Al-Fadel Omar battalion fell and its leader fled to Tripoli along with Assaadi Al-Gaddafi (One of Muamar Gaddafi’s sons) who took refuge at the battalion’s headquarters after the outbreak of revolution. Then the weapons and ammunitions stores are now in the service of the revolution born on February 17th.

The fall of the battalion contributed to the liberation of Benghazi, and the revolutionaries gave credit in that to Engineer Almahdi Zeo for the morale and military help he gave to them, and encouraging many officers and soldiers to defect from Gaddafi’s forces and join the revolutionaries, and opening the door wide open for victories, which made the east of Libya fall from the hands of Gaddafi into the hands of the revolution within four days.

Martyr Al-Mahdi Zeo did not live to reap the fruits of the trees he planted, but those Libyan young men and women who had never heard of Engineer Zeo know now that the engineer of the realized revolution shall be the name who they shall tell to their children and grandchildren when their hair shall turn grey about a revolution executed by dreamers who didn’t wait enjoy its fruits.

So we should not expect from these decaying, rotten and dictatorial regimes to step in to help other revolutions against their equally decaying, rotten and dictatorial Arab regimes… they are equally bad and should be overthrown by young Arab revolutionaries.
“Where are the Arabs?” The other Arabs, are the young revolutionary Arabs, who are each cleaning the dirt the old Arab dictatorial and rotten Arab regimes left over by colonialism behind. Good things are coming with Arab liberty and unity. 

So we cannot but agree with Robert Grenier saying: “A new day is dawning in the Arab world. The revolutions underway have only just begun, and there is much to be sorted out in the countries where the democratic wave has taken hold. The response of other regional regimes, under less acute and immediate pressure, but still grappling with the challenge of socio-political changes now set perhaps inexorably in motion, remains very much to be seen. For all that its common outlook is rapidly evolving, the Arab world has a long way to go in coming to a firm consensus about what forms of rule will meet its minimum standards of acceptability.”
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 ORIGINAL PIECE
Opinion
‘Where are the Arabs?’ By: Robert Grenier 

If Arab states are serious about ending Gaddafi’s menace to his people, they must take the lead in helping the rebels.
Robert Grenier Last Modified: 13 Mar 2011 08:35 GMT
If Arab states do not act now, when the last Libyan rebel lies bleeding in the desert, his final words
may well be: ‘Where are the Arabs?’

It was August of 1982. For seven weeks, Beirut had been sealed off, under attack by Israel from land, sea and air. Water and electricity supplies were cut. The Israelis had secured the airport and much of the southern suburbs. The Syrians had been defeated, their air force wiped from the Lebanese skies. Chairman Arafat and the PLO were seemingly at the mercy of their enemies, utterly dependent upon the international community to arrange an evacuation of their fighters which would bring an end to the carnage. Isolated and alone, all the leader of the Palestinian movement could do was look into the cameras and plead: “Where are the Arabs?”

In January of 1991, a nominally extensive international coalition of armed forces, led by the US but including many of the Arab countries, stood poised in northern Saudi Arabia to drive Saddam Hussein from Kuwait. It might have seemed that much of the Arab world was unified, and had engaged the United States and the international community in their cause to liberate a brutally occupied Arab country.

But in many of the Arab capitals, and to a seeming majority in the Arab street, the armies massed in the Saudi desert were anything but a sign of Arab strength and unity. For in point of fact, the Arab countries had had comparatively little to do with organizing this un-authorized, largely Western coalition. Many Arab nationalists from across the region asserted strenuously that the Arabs should not rely upon the Americans to sort out their difficulties, arguing in favor of an “Arab solution” to the crisis. In fact, however, this was mere posturing: An Arab solution to the crisis would have amounted to meek acquiescence in Saddam Hussein’s intra-Arab aggression. Those Arab countries most threatened by Saddam were not about to entrust their fate to regional Arab councils. They did not wish one day to be left, alone, to make the entreaty: “Where are the Arabs?”

Today, in the deserts along the coast of Libya, patriots are fighting to liberate themselves and their country from over 40 years of brutal, arbitrary misrule. Although tribal and other social divisions are no doubt playing a role in determining the fault lines of the civil war progressively settling over Libya, the primary motivating principles of the rebels have been clear: A desire for personal liberty, dignity and collective social empowerment. In this they have been transparently inspired by the courage of their brothers and sisters in Tunisia, in Egypt, and in many other parts of the Arab world. But as they attempt to withstand the onslaught of Muammar Gaddafi’s better-armed loyalists, and as those rebels most hard-pressed repeatedly plead for at least limited outside assistance, well they might ask: “Where are the Arabs?”
Passivity and diffidence

A new day is dawning in the Arab world. The revolutions underway have only just begun, and there is much to be sorted out in the countries where the democratic wave has taken hold. The response of other regional regimes, under less acute and immediate pressure, but still grappling with the challenge of socio-political changes now set perhaps inexorably in motion, remains very much to be seen. For all that its common outlook is rapidly evolving, the Arab world has a long way to go in coming to a firm consensus about what forms of rule will meet its minimum standards of acceptability.


Nonetheless, the latest indications of Arab intent in the context of Libya are positive, if as yet insufficient. A clear message has been sent by both the GCC and the Arab League that Gaddafi’s brutality toward his people is not acceptable, and has effectively delegitimised his government. The Arab nations have taken a clear stand in favour of a UN Security Council-imposed no-fly zone, and for urgent outreach to the National Transitional Council in Benghazi.

So far, perhaps, so good. Still, troubling signs of traditional passivity and diffidence remain. The Arabs are deferring action to the international community without suggestions as to how that action should be implemented, and with no firm commitment for their own direct involvement. The Arab League ministers aver that a no-fly zone should only be for the purpose of protecting Libyan civilians, and should end as quickly as possible. They continue to express concern over foreign intervention, while requesting precisely that. Their ambivalence is palpable.

At the same time, evidence is mounting that the international fixation on a no-fly zone may be a distraction from more urgently-needed action, and may in fact be counter-productive. First of all, it is not at all clear how great a threat is posed by Gaddafi’s air strikes, per se. While the military situation remains confused, it seems more likely that Gaddafi’s armour and artillery pose the more lethal danger to both rebel and civilian targets.

Moreover, imposition of a no-fly zone would be no simple task. Security Council agreement is far from assured: The Council is divided, and the Chinese, in particular, will do what they can to avoid approving international interference in internal Libyan affairs, out of fear of the negative precedent it might set for themselves. While others might well participate, the US, clearly, would have to take the lead. (As far we Arabs are concerned, we have no trust with the United States and other western powers, their policies are equally colonialist, and we suffered enough on their hands and their rogue adopted and nursed our Zionist entity- A.S.K.)

Following its doctrine, the US would need to attack Libyan air defences first; the potential for significant collateral damage is considerable. The Americans would also require a helicopter-borne “combat search and rescue (CSAR)” capability to be in place for downed pilots before they would willingly act. And there are not nearly enough aircraft in theatre, yet, for an effective no-fly effort. Finally, it may simply be too much to suppose that the Americans, already engaged militarily in two Muslim countries, should now intervene in a third, when the risk to their already weak regional standing from those who may advocate international action now, but will no doubt quickly criticise any missteps, is so great.
Taking the lead

If the Arab League is serious about ending Gaddafi’s menace to his people, they should focus on providing the National Transitional Council with the means to defeat him and his loyalist forces. The US, the EU and NATO have all made clear that they will only act with a clear legal mandate and with regional support. Therefore, it is up to the Arab nations to take the initiative.

It is very likely that the softness in the Arab League stance is a reflection of the divisions between those members on either side of the “democratic revolutionary” divide. Hobbled by the need for consensus, the League as a whole has gone about as far as it is capable; it is unlikely to take the tough decisions and hard actions necessary to counter Gaddafi’s resurgence. Those whose commitment to support of the rebellion is notably strong – Egypt and the GCC countries in particular – must be prepared to take the lead from here.
First, they should move quickly to recognise the Council in Benghazi as the legitimate government of Libya, and immediately request modification of the current UN arms embargo to exclude its forces. Meanwhile, a rapid assessment of the rebels’ military requirements is needed; these would likely include ammunition, anti-armour weapons, and perhaps rockets or artillery. It is clearly within the capabilities of at least some of the Arab countries to provide these rapidly by air, most likely with logistical assistance from the US or NATO. In this context, it would become far easier, and more palatable, for the US and NATO to provide overhead intelligence, perhaps off-shore jamming of Libyan military communications, and other forms of assistance to the transitional government.

We can begin to imagine that such an Arab-led initiative on behalf of the Libyans could help to build a new, cooperative relationship with America and the West – one which flows from Arab empowerment and collective resolve, and not, as in the past, from Arab weakness.
The time has come, in short, for the Arab regimes to demonstrate regionally and internationally the will and courage to act demonstrated by many of their own citizens domestically. Otherwise, they run the risk, in what is supposed to be a transforming Middle East, that when the last Libyan rebel lies bleeding in the desert, the boot of a pro-Gaddafi thug upon his neck, his last gasp will be: “Where are the Arabs?”
Robert Grenier was the CIA’s chief of station in Islamabad, Pakistan, from 1999 to 2002. He was also the director of the CIA’s counter-terrorism centre.
The views expressed in this article are the author’s own and do not necessarily reflect Al Jazeera’s editorial policy.Source:
Al Jazeera

Live the Chai Life with Jewish Voice for Peace‏

From: Dana J. Schneider, Jewish Voice for Peace [mailto:info@jewishvoiceforpeace.org]
Sent: Thursday, March 17, 2011 6:56 PM
To: adibsk@cyberia.net.lb
Subject: Live the Chai Life with Jewish Voice for Peace

Jewish Voice for Peace

Dear Adib S.,
Chai! Life!
I'm Dana. I am 36, Jewish, and I live in Brooklyn. And that's me, and my tattoo, over there on the right.

I'm writing to you today for one important reason: Chai. In particular, Jewish Voice for Peace's Chai Society for people like you who believe deeply in the work of this organization - who believe in the life it has breathed into the movement for peace, and who are willing to be part of the life force that sustains us through good times and bad.
It's pretty simple - $18 per month. That's it. That's all it takes to allow us to count on a stable budget every month to run the campaigns that are making headlines and changing the world.
Are you in?

I'm new here - well, new to the staff at least. I was a supporter long before I joined the staff as their first ever development director. My job is to raise the money so that our campaign staff can focus on campaigns.

The name of this new group, Chai, is pretty special to me - and I know it's pretty special to a lot of people.

Back when I was a college student, even before I spent my junior year abroad in Jerusalem, I was struggling with so many things about my Jewish identity, community, and justice politics. There were ways I felt I fit in, and other ways I struggled with the Jewish institutions. And when I went to Jerusalem, and experienced for the first time in my life the painful truths about Israel and Palestine, that feeling of tension just grew. 

Shortly after, like many Jews who reject the notion that marking our bodies is forbidden by Jewish law, I got my first tattoo. It was a "chai" on my arm.
"Chai" literally translates to mean "living" but is a symbol that signifies Judaism's focus on the importance of life.  I got it to remind me to be present to all that life has to offer, to serve as a Jewish good luck charm that I could carry with me always, and as part of showing the world that my Jewish identity is one that both deeply respects tradition, and honors and embraces change making, evolution, risk taking, justice, and difference.
Chai, it means living.

I can't imagine a better name for the group who sustains us and our daily work for life for all people. Your $18 (or more) a month will provide the backbone for Jewish Voice for Peace. Your regular gift helps us plan and budget. It literally gives us confidence and strength to do the work we do for a better future for all people in Israel and Palestine.

I hope you'll join. And, no matter what, thank you for all you've already done and will do. It means more to us than perhaps you know.
L'chaim,

Dana J. Schneider
Development Director
P.S. I look forward to getting to know many JVP'ers around the country as I settle into my position.  To this end, please don't hesitate to call or email me with questions or just to chat. I am reachable at dana@jvp.org, or in our New York office at 718.514.2071.














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Dana.
You have been in occupied Palestine the land of which was stolen with all what is on and under it by Zionists who has no relation with this land, and even its name was forged to be called by the occupiers “Israel”, which is a sort of piracy like everything Zionists do, do you realize that. And still Zionist are trying to steal more Arab land by, as is always the case, the force of arms and terror helped by colonialst powers lead by the United states after they took over from the colonialist British, who not only finance Zionists, but Americans were the only permanent UN SC who vetoed the Arab draft resolution to condemn Zionist colonies built not only on Palestinian land occupied in 1948, but these occupied in 1967.

Do you think that my own land and home and other property could be liberated with what you call peace, what peace is that Zionists understand. My dear what was stolen by force cannot be liberated except by the way it was stolen,force.

I was uprooted from my home and land by Zionist terror, still I cannot even visit my home where I was and my father and mother and the parents and great grandparents for a thousand generations were born in this land whose name was forged to become “Israel”!!!!,

If you want money for your peaceful project my and all uprooted Palestinian brothers and sisters fortunes are still in occupied Palestine, which Zionists use to import more Zionist colonizers to replace my people; so you can finance your project from it.

What you should do my dear Dana, is to convince more Jews like you who went to occupied Palestine is to leave it for its rightful owners, It doesn’t belong to them. If they remain in it, it means they are participating in a war crime and a crime against humanity.

I hope you understand my logic, we have no hate for Jews unless they keeps away from our occupied land.
We appreciate your feeling in declaring: “I went to Jerusalem, and experienced for the first time in my life the painful truths about Israel and Palestine, that feeling of tension just grew.” You are a woman conscience; so work for the Palestinian Arab cause.
Have a good life back home in Brooklyn.

Best regards
Adib S. Kawar
An uprooted Palestinian Arab

“Israel” considers the Fall of Gaddafi a “Strategic Danger”


“Israel” considers the Fall of Gaddafi a “Strategic Danger”
Lieberman Considers Gaddafi as a leader of Credibility
Al-Shark Al-Awsat

Translated by: Adib S. Kawar

Israeli military sources considered the fall of the Gaddafi regime forms a “strategic danger” specially to the southern front of the Zionist entity. The army radio said Friday morning that Lybia greatly improved lately its relations with Israel considerably, pointing out that the “Israeli” Minister of Foreign Affairs, Avigador Lieberman, made special efforts to complement Gaddafi during the board of ministers and the security bord meetings. He said that Gaddafi is a “leader of cridibility”.

1.    The source said that secret relations connected between Gaddafi and “Israel”during the last few years, especially after his dicision to get rid of the non conventional weapons he had. These sources complemented his auster decision in relation of extreme Islamic movements. The sources added that “Israel” participated in Lybian and French efforts to block Islamic expension in the Arab region. It is notted that Lypian authoritis released an “Israeli” Mossad agent who was arrested in Lybia in August 2010, after spending five month in prison, “Israeli” daily Maarive said at the time that he was released as a result of efforts by Lieberman, through relations with Austrian Jewish bilionaire,  Martin Schlaff, who has relations with Gaddafi, and other Libyan leaders. The sources added that “Israeli” security organizations is reviewing the present conditions in the light of the changes taking presently taking place starting with the fall of Mubarak the end of which are not clear yet.

2.    Islamic Jihad in Palestine accused Muamar Gaddafi of facilitatng the assassination of its leader and founder in Malta 15 years ago by the Mossad


King of Kings Muammar Gaddafi


















 



ليبرمان وصف العقيد الليبي بأنه "زعيم ذو مصداقية"

الترجمة إلى العربية: أديب قعوار
غزة: «الشرق الأوسط»

اعتبرت المصادر العسكرية الإسرائيلية أن سقوط نظام حكم العقيد القذافي يمثل «خطرا استراتيجيا» يهدد بشكل خاص الجبهة الجنوبية في إسرائيل. ونقلت إذاعة الجيش الإسرائيلي صباح أمس عن المصادر قولها إن ليبيا حسنت علاقاتها مع إسرائيل بشكل كبير في الآونة الأخيرة، منوهة إلى أن وزير الخارجية الإسرائيلي أفيغدور ليبرمان حرص على كيل المديح للقذافي خلال جلسات الحكومة والمجلس الأمني المصغر، حيث كان من ضمن ما كان يقوله إن القذافي «زعيم ذو مصداقية».

وأشارت المصادر إلى أن علاقات سرية ربطت بين القذافي وإسرائيل في الأعوام الماضية، سيما بعد قراره بالتخلص من الأسلحة غير التقليدية التي كانت بحوزته، مشيدة بالموقف الصارم الذي يتخذه القذافي من الحركات الإسلامية المتطرفة. وأشارت المصادر إلى أن إسرائيل أسهمت في جهود ليبية فرنسية لصد المد الإسلامي في المنطقة العربية. يذكر أن السلطات الليبية أطلقت عميلا للموساد ألقي القبض عليه في ليبيا في أغسطس (آب) من العام الماضي بعد اعتقال دام خمسة أشهر. وذكرت صحيفة «معاريف» الإسرائيلية في حينه أنه قد جرى إطلاق سراحه عبر جهود بذلها ليبرمان، من خلال علاقات تربطه بالملياردير اليهودي النمساوي، مارتن شلاف، الذي تربطه هو الآخر علاقات مع القذافي، وبعض القيادات في ليبيا. وأضافت المصادر أن الأجهزة الأمنية الإسرائيلية تعيد قراءة الواقع الجديد في ظل التحولات الاستراتيجية على الحدود الجنوبية لإسرائيل والتي بدأت بسقوط مبارك ولا يعرف نهايتها حتى الآن. وكانت حركة الجهاد الإسلامي في فلسطين قد اتهمت العقيد معمر القذافي ونظامه بتسهيل عملية اغتيال مؤسسها وأمينها العام السابق، الدكتور فتحي الشقاقي، في جزيرة مالطا قبل أكثر من 15 عاما على يد الموساد

الاثنين، 14 مارس، 2011

"الهولوكوست" الفلسطيني

"الهولوكوست" الفلسطيني

أديب قعوار
                                                                                                            
بينما الصهاينة يحتفلون بالهولوكوست الأوروبي إبان ثلاثينيات وأربعينيات القرن العشرين اقترفت ألمانيا النازية ما أصبح يعرف بـ"الهولوكوست" ضد مجموعات عرقية ودينية وعقائدية مثل الاشتراكيين. ووقع الملايين من الضحايا بين البولونيين والمجريين وغيرهم من الأوروبيين من جنسيات وأديان ومذاهب مختلفة مسيحيين ويهود كما استهدف الغجر. أما اليهود من مختلف جنسياتهم فكانوا الأقلية من بين مجموع ضحايا "الهولوكوست/ المجزرة/ المحرقة"، ولكن الصهاينة كعادتهم يريدون احتكار دور الضحية والجزار.

لذا لما قام المسيحيون البولونيون ببناء دير وصليب كبير تخليداً لذكرى أكثر من مليون منهم وقعوا ضحايا إلى جانب غيرهم في هذه المجزرة، أقام الصهاينة الدنيا ولم يقعدوها مطالبين بإزالة الدير والصليب اللذين بناهما البولونيون في مكان استشهاد مواطنيهم وعلى أرضهم بالذات.استنفرت جيوش جرارة من مختلف أنحاء العالم لمواجهة ووقف المجازر النازية وتحرير الأراضي التي اجتاحتها قوات المحور النازي/ الفاشستي/ الياباني، ولسنا الآن في مجال مراجعة ما آلت إليه بعض الأراضي "المحررة" من مصير.

وقد ابتزت الصهيونية العالمية، مدعومة بدول الاستعمار الجديد ألمانيا الجديدة، بعشرات مليارات الدولارات كتعويضات ليهود كانوا مواطني دول لم تكن يهودية ولا صهيونية. وقامت الدولة الصهيونية، التي لم يكن لها من وجود عندما اقترف الهولوكوست/ المجزرة، بالمطالبة بأن تدفع هذه التعويضات لها مدعية بأن جميع يهود العالم مواطنون فعليون أو محتملون فيها. والمعروف أن الكيان الصهيوني أقيم بالقوة الغاشمة على أرض الغير، أرضنا. ولا ندري إذا قامت دول وذوو الضحايا من غير اليهود بالمطالبة بتعويضات عن مواطنيها أو ذويهم!!! وذلك بالإضافة إلى القوانين التي سنتها بعض الدول التي أصبح بموجبها أي نقد للصهيونية أو دولتها معاداة للسامية وجريمة يعاقب عليها القانون.

ومع ذلك تعتبر بعض الدول الأميركية والأوروبية جرائم الحرب وانتهاكات حقوق الإنسان الفلسطيني وغيره من العرب التي يقترفها جيش الاحتلال الصهيوني كحق للدفاع عن النفس!!!يطالب الصهاينة حالياً بالتعويض على أملاك اليهود العرب التي تركوها خلفهم بعد أن هجروا بلادهم العربية ليستقروا في فلسطين المحتلة (الكثيرون منهم ذهبوا إلى أماكن أخرى) نتيجة للترهيب أو الترغيب أو تلويث أدمغتهم من قبل العملاء الصهاينة.

ولكن الصهاينة الذين استولوا على الجزء الأكبر من الأرض الفلسطينية وقتلوا عشرات الآلاف من أهلها الأصليين، ينكرون مسؤوليتهم بحق الفلسطينيين في التعويض عما فقدوه من ممتلكات وأموال وأرواح، وحقهم وحق أبنائهم وأحفادهم المقدس بالعودة إلى أرضهم ومنازلهم. ولكنهم عندما يتكرمون، بشكل غير عادي، "يقبلون" بأن يعوضوا من قبل بلاد أو مؤسسات عربية أو غير عربية!وفقط على سبيل التذكير، مثل واحد لا أكثر، عندما أمر العميل النازي الماريشال بيتان (الذي نصبته ألمانيا النازية، رئيساً لوزراء فرنسا المحتلة)، ملك المغرب، محمد الخامس بالوكالة، بأن يسلم مواطنيه اليهود إلى ألمانيا، رفض لاعتباره أنهم مواطنون عرب مغاربة وأن واجبه الحفاظ على سلامتهم مثلهم مثل مواطنيهم الآخرين.قامت الدول الاستعمارية الأوروبية بقيادة "بريطانيا العظمى"، وذلك قبل احتلالها لفلسطين، بتقسيم المشرق العربي وإعطاء الصهيونية العالمية (اليهود الأوروبيين الذين ليست لهم أية جذور في المنطقة) وعداً بإعطائهم أرض الفلسطينيين العرب، بمن فيهم مواطنون من أتباع الديانة اليهودية، كوطن قومي لتتحول إلى كيان صهيوني، ومع أن هذا الوعد نص على عدم المساس بحقوق "المواطنين الفلسطينيين من غير اليهود!" ولكن النتيجة المضمرة كانت ولا تزال استبدالهم بيهود وبالدرجة الأولى الأوروبيين منهم بواسطة المجازر "الهولوكوست" أو التهجير. وقد أخذت الآن الولايات المتحدة "المشعل لإكمال الرسالة الوعد" من البريطانيين.

وكما هو معروف فإن الولايات المتحدة تدعم الكيان الصهيوني المفروض على أرضنا بكل قواها سياسياً، دبلوماسياً، مالياً وعسكرياً مما أدى إلى الهولوكوست/ المجزرة الفلسطينية.وعلى نقيض الهولوكوست الأوروبي، الذي كانت ضحاياه من المجموعات المذكورة أعلاه، وكان من الأسباب التي أدت إلى أن يجيش الحلفاء هذا الكم الهائل من الجيوش المسلحة بتلك الترسانة الهائلة لدحر، كما قلنا أعلاه، قوات المحور. على عكس ذلك وقف الفلسطينيون العرب بغير حماية أو دعم حتى من قبل الحكام العرب الذين كانوا ولا يزالون يدينون ببقائهم على عروشهم وكراسيهم للدول الاستعمارية الحديثة والقديمة. كما بقي غيرهم يتفرجون على هذا الهولوكوست/ المجزرة من بعيد.لم تقتصر ضحايا الهولوكوست الفلسطيني على الفلسطينيين العرب وأرضهم، بل إن القائمة شملت اقتصادهم، أشجارهم، حقولهم، بساتينهم، بيوتهم وأبنيتهم، طرقهم، قراهم، بلداتهم ومدنهم... لقد توجه الكثيرون من الناجين من الهولوكوست الأوروبي إلى فلسطين ليثأروا لما حل بهم على أيادي النازيين، من الفلسطينيين وغيرهم من العرب ومن أرضهم  وكل ما وجد عليها، بدلاً من جزاريهم الأوروبيين.الهولوكوست الفلسطيني أكبر وأكثر دموية من الهولوكوست الأوروبي، لأنه من غير المفترض أن يكون الفلسطينيون وجدوا أصلاً في الماضي، الآن، ولا حتى في المستقبل. لقد استهدف تاريخ كامل لأمة وأرض ليمحى من الخرائط والكتب والذاكرة والأحلام!! 

THE PALESTINIAN HOLOCAUST

THE PALESTINIAN HOLOCAUST
While Zionism is celebrating the European holocaust…

By: Adib S. Kawar

During the thirties and forties of the twentieth century Nazi Germany committed what is known as the holocaust against various ethnic, religious, and political groups such as socialists. There were a big number of victims among the Poles, Hungarians and other Europeans of various nationalities, Christians and Jews as well as Gypsies. The Jews among them were a minority, but as usual Zionists claim the right to monopolize the role of the victim and of course the executioner; so when Christian Poles built a monument consisting of a monastery and a big cross in memory of the more than one million of their citizens who were executed among other ethnic, political and religious groups, Zionists raised hell demanding the removal of the monastery and the cross the Poles erected at the site where they were executed, which happened to be in their own country, that is Poland.

Huge armies from all over the world were mobilized to stop the bad deed of the Nazis, and liberate the lands that fell under their yolks. The post Nazi Germany regime had to pay the international Zionist movement and its state almost one hundred billion US dollars as compensation to the holocaust’s Jewish victims. But in spite of the fact that the Jews who were executed among other victims where citizens of countries that were neither Jewish nor Zionist. “Israel” which was not in existence when the holocaust was committed claimed that this compensation should be paid to its government because it claims that all the Jews of the world are its actual or potential citizens. The Zionist state was imposed on other people’s land by use of force, and we are afraid that the families and countries of the other victims who were non-Jewish were not compensated!!! This is over and above the rules that some of the European countries enacted ruled that any sort of criticism of Jews and Zionism as “anti-Semitism” and a crime. Still some European and American countries consider the atrocities and war crimes the Israeli Occupation Forces committed against Palestinians in their occupied land as acts “self defense”. 

Presently the Zionist state is demanding compensation for the property Arab Jews left behind in their Arab lands, noting that many Arab and non-Arab Jews were terrorized by Zionist secret agents to frighten them and push them to migrate to occupied Palestine. Some settled there but many others went to various other countries in Europe, America and Australia. But the Zionists, who confiscated a great part of Palestinian, and slaughtered tens of thousands of Palestinians, deny its responsibility to compensate for lost Palestinian Arab lives, land, money and property and oppose their return to their homes and land. And when they are generous enough “it allows” their compensation to be done by Arab and non-Arab countries or organizations!

Just for a reminder King Muhammad V of Morocco, whose country was a French colony, was ordered by proxy by the German poppet, the French Premier Marchal Betain, to hand his Jewish subjects to the Nazis, but he refused as he considered them as Moroccan citizens and it is his duty to protect them.

European colonialist powers led by Great Britain, before it occupied Palestine, promised the land of the Palestinian Arabs, and among them Jewish Palestinian Arabs, to European Jews (by the way they have no  Semitic roots) as a home land and of course later to become a “Jewish State”, thus they have to replace its Arabs in their land. Palestine was still under the British mandate when it helped Jews to migrate to Palestine from their homelands, get armed and trained to be ready by time to take over the land and try to execute and/or transfer the Palestinian homogeneous population. Now the United States took over the lead from Great Britain in supporting the Zionist state politically, diplomatically, financially and militarily, which created the Palestinian holocaust.

Unlike the European holocaust, whose victims belonged to the above mentioned groups, and was one of the reasons that created the allied powers campaign with their huge group of armies and their arsenals to defeat the axis (Germany, Italy and Japan), the Palestinians stood alone unprotected even by their “Arab rulers”, not to speak about the rest of the world most of which supported the Zionists or stood watching the massacre.

The victims of the Palestinian holocaust were not only the Palestinian Arabs and the land of Palestine, but their economy, trees, fields, gardens, homes, roads, villages, towns and cities… their future and dreams were also targeted to be murdered by the survivors of the European holocaust (The holocaust is always written in dictionaries with a capital letter, as Zionism considers it as a monopoly of its own… others are not supposed to be its old or new victims.) The survivors of the European holocaust came to Palestine to take revenge not from those who persecuted and murdered them in Europe, but from the Palestinians and their land and what ever they found on it.

The Palestinian holocaust is greater and bloodier than the European one, because Palestine and the Palestinians are not supposed to have existed in the past, now or in the future. A whole history and a future of a people and a country are targeted to be wiped out from maps, books, memory and dreams.

Israel, America and the New Middle East‏

“…halting construction of settlements and to dismantling all illegal outposts…”

All Zionist setlements/colonies any where in occupied Palestine are illegal

Netanyahu's government has already proven that if even if Zionism is not racism, Zionists can be racists, It is a government that, by denying Palestinians a state of their own and bringing about an Israeli apartheid regime, may yet succeed in persuading the world that the Zionism it practices is indeed racism.

What other than racists are Zionists… What are colonialists who steal other people’s land and ethnic cleanse its indigenous population, other than racists???!!!

Henry Siegman

Posted: February 13, 2011 12:11 PM
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President, U.S./Middle East Project
Posted: February 13, 2011 12:11 PM

Israel, America and the New Middle East

Virtually overnight, the Arab Middle East has been unrecognizably transformed. The implications of that transformation for America's vital interests in that region and for Israel-Palestine peacemaking will be far-reaching. They will also be largely interconnected.
Most observers seem to agree that Israeli fears of an emergent political influence of the Muslim Brotherhood in Egypt and of a consequent resurgence of Hamas in the West Bank ends what little prospect for an Israeli-Palestinian accord might have survived the latest deadlock in the US-brokered peace talks. But that conclusion may be as seriously flawed as has been their reading of the past.

Past notions about prospects for an Israeli-Palestinian accord were entirely illusory. America's peace efforts over the years - all of which have failed - have been based on the principle that "we cannot want peace more than the parties themselves do," a mantra recently invoked again by Secretary of State Hillary Clinton to explain why the conflict can be resolved only by agreement between the parties, and not by outside coercion.

Pressure from the US lacking

In fact, there was never the slightest possibility of the parties themselves being able to reach agreement, given the overwhelming imbalance of power between them, and given Israel's voracious appetite for Palestinian territory. Successive US administrations chose to ignore the reality that Israel resolved to maintain its effective control over Palestine "from the river to the sea" as far back as the day after the Six Day War. (See "The Great Middle East Peace Process Scam," Henry Siegman, London Review of Books, Vol. 29, No. 16, 16 August 2007.) It is a resolve that could have been overcome only if Israel's cost-benefit calculations were changed by force majeure, ie, effective pressure from the US.

That pressure never happened, because it required of an American president that he tell the Congress and the American public that Israel's proclaimed commitment to a withdrawal of the occupation and the establishment of a viable and sovereign Palestinian state was a deception that served as a cover for the continuing expansion of its settlements. AIPAC and the other Jewish and Protestant evangelical fundamentalist organizations that serve as lobbies for Israel have seen to it that such candor is far too politically costly for any administration.

Israel's Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and his government were convinced they had bested President Obama in their confrontation over continued settlement construction, and could now continue gobbling up the West Bank with impunity, disregarding not only American interests but international law and all previous agreements committing Israel to halting construction of settlements and to dismantling all illegal outposts. (Despite repeated promises, not only were the illegal outposts not removed, many were converted into full-blown settlements.) The long-planned goal of Israel's colonial enterprise - establishing irreversible control through its settlements over Palestine - was clearly in sight, if not already an accomplished fact.

America's credibility has waned

Israel's leaders based their indifference to widespread popular Arab outrage over its forty-four year occupation of the Palestinian people on their belief that Arab authoritarian regimes, whose survival depended to a considerable extent on the US security umbrella, would keep their subjects' rage in check. The deference of these regimes to the US was responsible for the stability of Egypt's and Jordan's peace accords with Israel and for the historic Arab Peace Initiative that committed all Arab countries to full normalization of relations with Israel once it will have achieved a peace accord with the Palestinians.


But America's credibility and influence began to erode even before the most recent popular eruptions in the region, in part because of President Barack Obama's capitulation to Bibi Netanyahu. The fall of Mubarak, will weaken what willingness other Arab regimes may have had to collaborate with the US and Israel in an anti-Iran coalition and will strengthen Iran's influence in the region. For the enmity of most Arab regimes towards Iran was not shared by the Arab street, primarily because Iran has been seen by them as having assumed a leadership in the struggle against Israel's occupation of Palestine that their own Arab regimes had abandoned.

The damage to Israel of the revolutionary changes now underway in the region may well be existential, depending on how it responds to these events. For with the removal of Mubarak, Israel may reap what it has so recklessly sown and return to its earlier status as a pariah nation in that part of the world. Netanyahu's government has already proven that if even if Zionism is not racism, Zionists can be racists. It is a government that, by denying Palestinians a state of their own and bringing about an Israeli apartheid regime, may yet succeed in persuading the world that the Zionism it practices is indeed racism.

Popular Arab anger over Palestinian humiliations

In any event, Israel's peace treaty with Egypt is what ruled out a successful military challenge to Israel by all other countries in the region. Egypt has by far the most effective military force in the Arab Middle East, and no Arab military challenge to Israel would have been dared without Egypt's participation. A change of government in Egypt that brings to an end Mubarak's policy of following America's coddling of Israel will significantly undermine Israel's strategic situation.


No matter what further changes may occur throughout the region, developments so far in Tunisia and Egypt have already drastically curtailed the ability of surviving Arab regimes to move towards rapprochement with Israel. It is difficult to imagine that the Arab Peace Initiative, so disdainfully ignored by Israel for nearly a decade, will not be withdrawn. No surviving Arab regime will dare challenge the popular anger that exists in every Arab country toward Israel for the humiliations Israel inflicts on Palestinians under its never-ending occupation. While the Israeli-Palestinian conflict is not the first cause of the current upheavals, the failure of Arab regimes to halt Palestinian dispossession is not far from the top of the list of popular grievances against their rulers.

For the same reason, Jordan's peace treaty with Israel is not likely to survive if Egypt's peace treaty is abrogated. It is hard to imagine that Jordan would risk being the only Arab country that maintains normal relations with Israel.

American action on Palestine is crucial

The Obama administration's handling of the changing realities in the Arab world will not win prizes, even if its reluctance to abandon Mubarak, the regional linchpin of its Middle East policies, is understandable. It now must play catch-up if it is to restore some of its lost credibility in the newly emerging Middle Eastern reality, particularly in light of its ineptness in dealing with Netanyahu's far-right nationalist and xenophobic government.


Ironically, it is precisely this one issue - rescuing a viable and sovereign Palestinian state from the maw of an unyielding Israeli occupation about to swallow Palestine whole - that offers the US a chance to restore some of its lost credibility. If the US were to succeed in such an effort and a viable Palestinian state were to emerge, not only would America's influence in the region improve and Iran's be weakened, but the major cause of Arab and wider international hostility to Israel - and of popular Arab support for Iran - will have been greatly diminished. It would also facilitate America's ability to come to the defence of Israel - diplomatically or militarily - should circumstances require it to do so.

Given the record of failed US peace initiatives over the years, is such an American rescue operation at all conceivable? Can an American President finally abandon the peace process for the fraud that it has been, present the parties with a detailed framework for a permanent status solution and obtain Israeli and Palestinian acceptance? The answer is yes, for two important reasons.

High costs for US interests

First, what has been changed by the upheavals in the region is the dramatically increased cost to American interests of its current policies in that part of the world, a cost that includes new dangers to the safety of its military personnel in the region. It is a cost that exceeds by far the cost to any administration of suppressing the truth about Israel's culpability for the deadlocked peace talks. It is a cost to America's interests that even Congressmen in thrall to the Israel lobby may now find excessive.


Even if it were true that we cannot impose our ideas on another government, that has always been a lame excuse for our inaction. For no one has suggested the US punish Israel in order to get its way. What is being suggested is that we cease rewarding it - with unprecedented military, diplomatic and economic gifts - for its indifference to the damage its deliberate sabotaging of a two-state solution has been doing, not only to the Palestinians but to America's national interests, not to speak of the damage to its own interests, No… NO… No…Noting that we are not by any means defending the two state solution…

The second reason an American president will now find it politically easier to put forward an American peace plan and achieve its implementation is the impact of the popular revolutions on Israel's own cost-benefit calculations.
For reasons indicated above, Israel is on the verge of reverting to an earlier isolation. Its peace agreements with Egypt and Jordan are at risk, international assaults on Israel's legitimacy, however ill founded, are underway, and - as a consequence of its rejection of President Obama's proposals for an end to its confiscations of Palestinian territories that turned the peace talk into a farce - its American protector's influence and credibility have been greatly diminished. In these circumstances, an Israeli government that rejects the urgent demands of its only remaining true friend cannot long survive.

Rescuing a sovereign Palestinian state offers the US a chance to restore the credibility and influence it has been losing in the region and to weaken Iran's. Given the tectonic changes in this area and the threat they pose both to American and Israeli interests, a US intervention to end the Israel-Palestine conflict is not only politically conceivable but, perhaps for the first time, achievable. (With Arab popular revolutions sweeping over the whole Arab homeland, toppling down traitorous and corrupt Arab regimes dealing with the Zionist enemy over and under the table all over the Arab homeland, leading to a more viable Arab unity of any sort, the Arab people recognition that the Arab nation shall be stronger and aims at finishing with the existence of the Zionist entity, the existence of an Iranian regime that forms a great threat to the Zionist enemy is a great asset to the Arab struggle against Zionism and western colonialism and building a strong and free and united Arab nation.)

The author is President of the U.S./Middle East Project and a non-resident visiting professor at the Sir Joseph Hotung Middle East Program at the School of Oriental and African Studies of the University of London.

This article was prepared as a report for the Norwegian Peacebuilding Centre (Noref) in Oslo. A shorter version appears in the February 17, 2011 edition of the London Review of Books.
 

Gov. Huckabee calls for ethnic cleansing of Palestinians‏

Gov. Huckabee calls for ethnic cleansing of Palestinians

Please see below the message I received from my friend: Sanjeev Bery Freedom Forward
Please write former Arkansas Governor Mike Huckabee who seems to want to bribe the Zionist lobby to help him return to his previous post.

Thanks for this service to the Palestinian Arab cause and the fight against Zionist colonialism and racism.
Adib

The following is my message to Mike Huckabee
To: Mike Huckabee

May I take the liberty to tell you that you are simply a racist who supports Zionist terrorism and justifies the ethnic cleansing of an indigenous population from their ancestral homeland. You want to replace Palestinian Arabs irrespective of their religion by a peoples from various parts of the world who adopted Judaism with no ethnic relation what so ever with the Arab land of Palestine.

European and American imperialists want to have a colonialist outpost in Palestine to serve as a long arm in the Arab homeland to be used to control our Arab homeland and its fortunes.

Ashkenazim Jews are of Turkic origin who originated in central Asia, and moved later to the north of the Caspian sea, and later followed their king who converted to Judaism, and then followed and spread with western colonialism around the world; so they have no relation with the Arab land of Palestine.

According to you,  Huckabee: “There are vast amounts of territory that are in the hands of Muslims, in the hands of Arabs. Maybe the international community can come together and accommodate.” Though Palestinian Arabs belong to Christianity, among whom is the undersigned, Islam as most of my Arab compatriots, and some original Jews who form only about 10% of today’s Jews, who belong, unlike Ashkenazim Jews, to the Arab homeland and were living as full Arab citizens for Melina among us. These Arab Jews had been living as equals to us other Arabs including Palestinian Arabs. They were never persecuted or mal treated among us like converts to Judaism in Europe where they belong. Europe is their homeland, not Palestine.

Huckabee, some of the imperialist  international community had already came together to create Zionism for the above mentioned reasons, to colonize Arab Palestine. What the honest and human international community should come together to do is to help uprooted Palestinian Arabs to practice their inalienable right of returning to their homes and land in their homeland, Palestine, irrespective of the area of the Arab homeland. Palestine is my homeland and nobody else whoever they are and for whatever reason. European Jews were persecuted by Europeans; so it is Europeans fault not ours, we Arabs; so they should pay for their mistakes.

Russia is occupies a vast area of land, which is the homeland of most of the Jews who migrated to Palestine after they were brainwashed. or actually brain polluted, by Zionism, among whom there were some 300,000 non Jewish Russias, who followed suit for economical reasons. Zionist Jews accepted them to move to Palestine to increase the number of non Arabs in Palestine. They accepted them when Zionists saw that the source of Jews willing to migrate to Palestine is drying badly!!!!

Adib S. Kawar
An uprooted Palestinian Arab who insists to practice his RoR to Arab Palestine

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Uprooting 1,000 Palestinians from Jerusalem (Al-Quds)
"Israel" Repeats its Old Claims
by Amjad Samhan (Ramallah)


Translated By Adib S. Kawar

One hundred Palestinian Arab families from Assalam (Peace) outskirt of occupied Al-Quds received evacuation orders, and were "given" 14 days to evacuate their homes. The occupation authority claimed that the houses are built on land owned by the heirs of a dead Jewish woman called Rachel Filibine.
Eyewitnesses said that tens of policemen, members of what is called border guards officers and intelligence men, stormed into the resident's apartments and handed them evacuation orders signed by the lawyer of the heirs of Rachel, which said that they have evidence that 80% of the land on which buildings are built on is owned by the heirs. If the orders of evacuation are executed, about a thousand Palestinian Arabs shall be homeless.

It is not known what will be the fate of the Arab buildings that the order demand's its evacuation, butthe officer in charge of Al-Quds file, Muhammad Abed Rabo, pointed out that the case could be solved by changing the owners to tenants, which is not likely to be allowed, because the aim of the attack is to uproot Al-Quds Arabs fully from their capital. The second possibility is to immediately uproot the Jerusalemite Arabs, and demolish their buildings to be replaced by a Zionist colony, "especially that the occupation authorities and extremist religious Zionists groups support the second choice. The presence of the Arab homes stands in the way of completing the connection of the colonies surrounding Al-Quds, namely Bazjat, Zaif, Maali Adomin, the French Hill and Nave Yacoub with the city". Abed Rabo said, "This plan aims at completing the big project known as 'Greater Jewish Jerusalem', complete the Judaization of Al-Quds, and isolate its Arab, and strengthen the control on if not suffocation Arab Jerusalemites". He added that "80% of the project had already been fulfilled".

One of the Palestinian Arab inhabitants, Nidal Aiash that received an evacuation order said, "The moment I received the evacuation order, I almost wept… Where shall I go with my family, I am ready to pay any amount they ask for; so as I don't leave this place ... my house and city".

Abu Aiash, a father of two said, "I paid US$60,000 to buy this apartment, and I never thought that all what I saved in my life is going to be lost for nothing, just like this… We have a lawyer who will follow our just case". He pointed out that the evacuation orders were not accompanied by a court order, but to have all of these forces that accompanied the Zionist lawyer proves that the matter is well 'precooked'".

Another tenant, Mahmoud Sarandah, told Assafir newspaper that he also received a copy of the order and said, "What proves my ownership of the land is that I bought it from well known people. We shall raise a court case to prove that we own the land, and if they have any thing to prove the contrary let them present it to the court

The owner of the project, Abdullah Azziz Al-Qam, told Assafir that he has what proves his ownership of the land, which he bought from well known people. We shall raise a case to the court to prove what we say, and if they have any thing to prove the contrary they are welcome to do so. I believe that they shall not be able to evacuate us from our homes, all what they aim at is to put pressure on us to terrorize and disturb us. He added that I am executing big building projects in Al-Quds for nationalistic purposes, I sell the apartments for symbolic prices for the purpose of keeping my people from leaving their Al-Quds."

It ought to be pointed out that just before this new Zionist project was declared, the occupation authorities confiscated Palestinian Arab owned homes in occupied Al-Quds, claiming that the land on which they are built is owned by "Israelis". In sheikh Jarrah in occupied Al- Quds, the owners were changed to renters, when a colonizing group "proved" that the land is government owned, as if such any occupation authority sits and wait for somebody to prove its ownership of a certain property!!!

http://www.assafir.com/

Who won what in Gaza as per a Zionist paper

Who won what in Gaza as per a Zionist paper

Translated by: Adib S. Kawar

Al-Aqsa TV, News agencies

http://windowintopalestine.blogspot.com/20...er-zionist.html

A well known Pro-Zionist Russian language paper published in the U.S., which the Zionist lobby controls, said in an article that appeared on page 7 entitled, Is this a victory?!, from which we quoted the following excerpts, but the paper was withdrawn from circulation due to this article:
· If we went to Gaza to bring back Shalit….
We returned without him!!!· If we went to Gaza to stop rockets…
We increased their range and threat up till the last day in the war!!!
· If we went to Gaza to finish Hamas…
We had increased its popularity and gave it legitimacy!!!
· If we went to Gaza to occupy it…
We were reminded that our elite force could not go deep into it!!!· If went to Gaza to prove that we have the upper hand…
War didn’t end up till the resistance decided to do so and not us!!!· If we went to Gaza for a show of power…
We could have had a parade in Tel Aviv!!!
· If we went to Gaza to assassinate Hamas leasers…
We had killed two out of five hundred of the movement’s leaders!!!

· If we went to Gaza to gain international support…
The result was international public opinion turned against us including those who were our strong supporters!!!· If we went to gaza so that our soldiers will regain their self confidence…
We had increased their cowardice as well as increasing the resistance men self confidence!!!
· If we went to Gaza to reinforce our power of deterrence…
It was proved that we cannot master the use of the arms in our hands in the battlefield as proved in 2006 + 2008/9, and we didn’t deter neither Hamas nor Hezbollah… Also their threats and pride were increased, and God knows what is next after the spread of the resistance culture among the people of the region, and their ability to stand in our face, noting that we should not forget that our confrontations during the war we didn’t hear from Hamas a request of cease fire up till we called for it; so let me ask “who deterred whom?” There are now 800,000 “Israelis”, who are the inhabitants of the south who if you just mention Hamas in front of them would shiver and go to shelters… Who deterred whom???The writer added re the aims and results we reached by saying:
This war coasted the Zionist entity billions, which is the price of the advertising campaigns over 40 years for improving the image of Jews in the world, but these figures do not cover the cost of the 23 days war when the Israeli Occupation Forces destroyed of these campaigns. It also doesn’t cover human loses that we suffered (the military on the front and civilians in the interior) concerning which the writer described as: “Our human losses during the war on Gaza which, I know, Olmert and Barak Know too, but all are not allowed to declare).
The writer concluded by saying: “We had enough of lying… we lost”
The writer added re the aims and results we reached by saying:
This war coasted the Zionist entity billions, which is the price of the advertising campaigns over 40 years for improving the image of Jews in the world, but these figures do not cover the cost of the 23 days war during which the Israeli Occupation Forces destroyed the results of these campaigns. It also doesn’t cover human loses that we suffered (the military on the front and civilians in the interior) concerning which the writer described as: “Our human losses during the war on Gaza which, I know, Olmert and Barak Know too, but all are not allowed to declare).
The writer concluded by saying: “We had enough of lying… we lost”

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I still want to original text, Insh aAllah I will keep trying.

أمريكا الديمقراطية وازدواجية المعايير

أمريكا الديمقراطية وازدواجية المعايير
أديب قعوار

بينما ثورات الأمة العربية ضد الحكام العرب المتآمرين مع العدو الصهيوني والقوى الاستعمارية المتحالفة معه، نرى الإدارات الأمريكية المتتابعة تنصاع لأوامر منظمات المراوضة الصهيونية/الأمريكية والصهيونية "الإسرائيلية"، مبررة استعمار ما بقي من
فلسطين حتى الآن لم يسرقه المستعمرون الصهاينة!!!ا













لحد ما نحن لا نلوم نائب رئيس الوزراء ووزير  الخارجية "الإسرائيلي" أفيغادور ليبرمان المولود في 5 حزيران؟يونيو 1958 في كيشينيف، في الإتحاد السوفيتي (الآن في مولدو فيا) وهاجر من وطنه ليساهم بسرقة وطني أنا، فلسطين، ليعلن، "إن التصويت في مجلس الأمن الدولي يبرهن على أن الأمم المتحدة ما هي إلا ختم للأمة العربية"!!! إذ أن ليبرمان معروف جيداً بأنه صهيوني عنصري بكل معنى الكلمة ومتطرف إلى أبعد الحدود كأي صهيوني عريق، ويريد استعمار كل سنتيمتر مربع لم يستعمر حتى الآن من أرض فلسطين لم يسرق حتى الآن فليبرمان صهيوني حتى نخاع العظم، ولكننا نلوم الرئيس الأمريكي الأسمر، باراك أوباما، الذي يدعي بأن الولايات المتحدة، وبالطبع هو أيضاً، "وسطاء سلام أمينين". في يوم الأحد في 27 كانون ثاني/ يناير2008  خططت كتاباً  مفتوحا للسناتور/ المرشح آنذاك لمركز رئاسة الولايات  المتحدة الأمريكية. ونقتطف منها الفقرة التالية، فقط للتذكير بما أردان أن نلفت نظره إليه بالنسبة للمأساة الفلسطينية، وكان ذلك قبل فترة طويلة نسبياً من الزمن من إصدار أوامره إلى مندوبته في مجلس الأمن الدولي، سوزان رايس، لتستعمل حق النقض ضد مشروع القرار العربي بالنسبة لبناء المستعمرات/المستوطنات في الضفة الغربية والقدس الشرقية. وجاء في رسالتنا المفتوحة له:

: السيد الشيخ أوباما، كيف لشخصية بمثل موقعكم، كفاءتكم وذكائكم أن يفوتكم قراءة، مشاهدة وسمع أخبار كيف احتلت فلسطين وكيف أن الفلسطينيين عوملوا كعبيد إن لم كالحيوانات، أي أنهم عوملوا بشكل أسوأ بكثير من التي عومل بها الأفريقيين الأفارقة الذين استرقوا لقرون طويلة من قبل المستعمرين الأمريكيين؟ هل قرأتم، وسمعتم وشاهدتم كيف عزب الفلسطينيون بشكل لا إنساني على مراكز التفتيش ال 750 ومراكز المرور عبر فلسطين المحتلة  وبشكل خاص في الضفة الغربية قي فلسطين؟ هل قرأتم، وسمعتم وشاهدتم همجية الصهاينة الذين لا يزالون المزيد والمزيد من الأراضي الفلسطينية العربية التي لم تحتل من قبل قطعان المستعمرين الذين تطلقون عليهم وصف المستوطنين ليبنوا المزيد من المستعمرات الصهيونية لإسكان المزيد من المستعمرين المستوردين من أطراف العالم، وكيف يقوم هؤلاء المستعمرين المتوحشين الذين يدعون بأنهم حولوا الصحاري إلى حدائق باقتلاع المزيد ولمزيد من أشجار الزيتون المعمرة ويبلغ أعمار بعضها مئات السنين، وكيف يجرفون آلاف الدونومات من الأراضي الزراعية، ويدمرون آلاف المباني السكنية والمصانع وأبنية المكاتب ليتركوا ساكنيها ومستعمليها عرضة لبرد الشتاء القارص وشمس الصيف الحارقة؟ ونشك بأنكم تفتقرون للجرأة بأنكم لم تقرؤوا، أو تسمعوا أو تشاهدوا عملية بناء الجدار العنصري الذي يسمونه "الجدار الفاصل" أو "الجدار الأمني" بينما الهدف من بنائه هو سرقة المزيد من الأراضي الفلسطينية العربية التي لم تسرق بعد من أصل ال22% من الأرض العربية الفلسطينية التي لم تحتل عام. 1984 ودعنا أن لا ننسى سرقة منابع المياه العربية وبعد ذلك يقوم المستعمرين الصهاينة بإغراق الحقول العربية المزروعة بالمياه المبتذلة، أي مياه المجاري؟! بينما تقومون بالنظر إلى الخلف بعيدا كي لا تروا الأعمال الإجرامية الصهيونية مدعين بأنكم لم تروا أو تسمعوا أو حتى لم تقرؤوا عن هذه الجرائم بحق الإنسانية وغيرها الكثير، بالإضافة إلى الكثير غيرها التي تقوم بها الدولة العنصرية الصهيونية وبشكل خاص حرمان الفلسطينيين العرب من استعمال حقهم الغير قابل للنقض بالعودة إلى بيوتهم وأرضهم المحتلة والتعويض عليهم حسب قرار هيئة الأمم المتحدة رقم 194"!!!!













مع الأسف ووفق الأوامر الصادرة عن إدارتكم يا سيدي الرئيس، فإن ، سفيرة الولايات المتحدة لدى هيئة الأمم المتحدة، سوزان رايس، كانت السفيرة الوحيد لدولة دائمة العضوية في مجلس الأمن الدولي التي ترفع يدها وتقول "قيتو" أي تستعمل "حق" دولتها بنقض مشروع القرار العربي الذي وافق علي الأعضاء الأربعة عشر الباقين. نود أن نلفت نظر السيد باراك أوباما، رئيس الولايات المتحدة الأمريكية، بان الدول الاستعمارية القديمة وعلى رأسها المملكة المتحدة، التي لم تكن قد احتلت فلسطين عام 1917 التي أعطت اليهود وعد بلفور بإقامة وطن قومي لهم في فلسطين الوعد أو تصريح بلفور المعروف أيضاً بـوعد من لا يملك لمن لا يستحق وذلك بناء على المقولة المزيفة أرض بلا شعب لشعب بلا أرض تطلق على الرسالة التي أرسلها آرثر جيمس بلفور إلى اللورد ليونيل وولتر دي روتشيلد يشير فيها إلى تأييد الحكومة البريطانية لإنشاء وطن قومي لليهود في فلسطين. والذي ينص على ما يلي:
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وزارة الخارجية
"الثاني من نوفمبر/ تشرين الثاني سنة 1917
"عزيزي اللورد روتشيلد،
"يسرني جداً أن أنقل إليكم بالنيابة عن حكومة جلالته، التصريحَ التالي المتعاطف مع أماني اليهود الصهاينة، وقد عرض على الوزارة وأقرته.
"إن حكومة صاحب الجلالة ترى بعين العطف تأسيس وطن قومي للشعب اليهودي في فلسطين، وستبذل غاية جهدها لتسهيل تحقيق هذه الغاية، على أن يُفهَم جلياً أنه لن يؤتى بعمل من شأنه أن ينتقص من الحقوق المدنية والدينية للطوائف غير اليهودية الموجودة في فلسطين، أو الحقوق و الوضع السياسي التي يتمتع بها اليهود في أي بلد آخر."
"وسأكون ممتناً إذا ما أحطتم الاتحاد الصهيوني علماً بهذا التصريح."

ويجب أن ينتبه السيد أوباما إلى الفقرة التالية من الوعد المشئوم الواردة في نص الوعد: "على أن يُفهَم جلياً أنه لن يؤتى بعمل من شأنه أن ينتقص من الحقوق المدنية والدينية للطوائف غير اليهودية الموجودة في فلسطين،" أن ما يفهم " للطوائف غير اليهودية الموجودة في فلسطين" هم عرب فلسطين، إذ أن عرب فلسطين هم مجموع سكان فلسطين آنذاك بما فيهم المسلمين والمسيحيين وحتى اليهود الذين كانوا يعرفون ب"اليهود العرب"، ويجب ألا يفهم من قولنا هذا أننا نوافق بذلك على هذا الوعد فليس لبريطانيا أو غيرها الحق بالتصرف ووعد أي كان بحقوقنا قي أرضنا. عرب  فلسطين كانوا يشكلون قبل الغزو الصهيوني لفلسطين 100% من سكانها. المملكة المتحدة التي قدمت هذا الوعد لم تتصرف مثل حليفتها الكبرى، الولايات المتحدة، بنقض مشروع الفرار العربي الذي يمنع إقامة المستعمرات الصهيونية في الضفة الغربية والقدس الشرقية. الولايات المتحدة وقفت بجانب الكيان الصهيوني بتاريخ 18 شباط/فبراير موقفها هذا بحرج بنقض مشروع الفرار العربي بالنسبة "المستوطنات الإسرائيلية في الضفة العربية والقدس الشرقية الذي كنا ذكرنا أعلاه أيده باقي أعضاء مجلس الأمن ال 14 الآخرين باستثناء الولايات المتحدة الناقضة الوحيدة لمجموع القرارات التي تدين أعمال الكيان الصهيوني الجرمية بالنسبة لفلسطينية وبقية العرب في مجلس الأمن.

إن الولايات المتحدة التي غزت العراق، الدولة المستقلة كاملة السيادة، مدعية بأنها تريد تحرير ودمقرطة العراق، فإنها عارضت حتى التنبيه الذي ورد حتى قي نص وعد بلفور المذكور أعلاه، أي "على أن يُفهَم جلياً أنه لن يؤتى بعمل من شأنه أن ينتقص من الحقوق المدنية والدينية للطوائف غير اليهودية الموجودة في فلسطين،" الذي جاء مناقضاً للديمقراطية وحق تقرير المصير للشعوب  التي تتشدق وتدعي الدفاع عنها، ولكنها  بالعكس تدعم الكيان الصهيوني وتأيد سرقته لأراضي الشعب العربي الفلسطيني واقتلاعه من أرضه ونضاله بدفاعه عن أرضه وعن حقوقه الوطنية والقومية والمدنية والإنسانية في وجه المحتل العنصري الصهيوني.

ذكرت فضائية الجزيرة باللغة الإنجليزية، في 3 آذار 2011 أن الرئيس الأمريكي، باراك أوباما، اتصل برئيس السلطة الفلسطينية، محمود عباس، لبحثه على معارضة المشروع العربي المقدم إلى مجلس الأمن الذي يدين بناء المستعمرات الصهيوني. وقد ضغط أوباما بشدة على عباس خلال المحادثة التلفونية بينهما التي استمرت خمسين دقيقة، بشدة حتى أن عباس شعر بأنه مضطر للقبول طلب أوباما وطلب من اللجنة التنفيذية لمنظمة التحرير الفلسطينية (التي، بدون استغراب، وافقت على طلب عباس بأن توافق على طلب أوباما) http://english.aljazeera.net/indepth/opinion/2011/02/201121815137386765.html



Democratic America & Double Standards

Democratic America & Double Standards By: Adib S. Kawar

At the time when all the Arab nation is revolting against its rulers who are conspiring with Zionist and pro Zionist imperialist powers we see the successive American administrations abide by Zionist/American and Zionist/”Israeli” lobby’s orders, namely justifying the colonization of what remained up to date of Palestine still not yet stolen by Zionist colonizers!!!














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Up to a certain extent we don’t blame the Zionist entity’s  Deputy PM, /FM Avigador Lieberman who was born on June 5, 1958 in Kishinev, Soviet Union (now Moldova). and came from his homeland to steal mine, Palestine, to declare: “Anti-settlement vote proves UN is a 'rubber stamp' for Arab nations!!! for after all he is a very well known ultra racist Zionist who is insisting on colonizing every single inch of what remained un-stolen of Palestine, but we blame the US President Barak Obama who claims that the United states and of course him are honest peace Brokers. On Sunday, January 27, 2008 I wrote him an Open Letter from which I quote the following paragraph just to remind him of what we tried to tell him about the Palestinian tragedy, and that was long before he ordered his chief representative in the Security Council, Susan Rice, to veto UNSC draft resolution on settlements in the West Bank  and East Jerusalem submitted by Arab states. Our open letter said:

Mr. Senator Obama, how is it possible that a personality of your status, caliber and intelligence has missed to read, see and hear the news of how Palestine was occupied and Palestinians are treated like slaves if not animals, which is by far worse than the way enslaved Africans were treated for centuries by American colonizers? Did you read, hear or see how those Palestinians are tortured and dehumanized on the over 750 checkpoints and crossings all over the occupied West Bank of Palestine? Did you hear, read or see how barbaric Zionist colonizers are still stealing more and more Palestinian land to build more Zionist colonies over what remained unoccupied and un-stolen of Palestinian Arab land, and how these wild racist colonialists are uprooting tens of thousands of centuries’ old olive trees, razing thousands of acres of farmland, demolishing thousands of residential, office and industrial buildings and leaving thousands of people living in the open air or tents in the heat of the summer or the freezing cold of the winter? We doubt that you don't have the courage to admit that you have heard, seen or read about the apartheid wall that Zionists unashamedly call "security wall" while the main reason is to steal more land that is left of the 22% that was left of Palestine unoccupied in 1948, and let's not forget the stealing of fresh water resources to be used by Zionist colonialists to be pumped back out of their sewage system as filth and flooded back over the fields of the poor occupied Palestinians?! And you turned your face away pretending not to have seen, heard or read about all that and many  many other war crimes the Zionist state of Israel committed,  which had been denying Palestinian Arabs to exercise their inalienable Right of Return to their stolen homes and land!!!!













1.    Unfortunately Your  US Ambassador to the United Nations, Susan Rice, was the only one representative of the five UNSC permanent members to raise her hand and say VETO.
Mr. President Barak Obama, even an old colonialist power such as the United Kingdom, which hadn’t yet in 1917 occupied Palestine, and still announced the Balfour Declaration to the Zionist movement, promising the international Zionist movement a national home for Jews in Arab Palestine, which stated: “His Majesty's government view with favour the establishment in Palestine of a national home for the Jewish people, and will use their best endeavours to facilitate the achievement of this object, it being clearly understood that nothing shall be done which may prejudice the civil and religious rights of existing non-Jewish communities in Palestine, or the rights and political status enjoyed by Jews in any other country."[1] Noting that it is meant with the non-Jewish communities in Palestine, Palestinian Arabs who used to form before the beginning of the Zionist invasion of Palestine in the late 19th century almost 100% of the total Palestinian population, as even Palestinian Arab Jews considered themselves as part of the Arab population of the land. They were Arabs of the Jewish faith, Even the United Kingdom itself didn’t like its big ally, the United States that reluctantly stood its ground on behalf of "Israel”  and on February 18, 2011 vetoed a resolution on the Israeli settlements  in the West Bank and East Jerusalem that was supported by all 14 other members of the UN Security Council.
The United states, which invaded the sovereign Arab state of Iraq, claiming that it wants to liberate and democratize it, is even contrary to the Balfour Declaration, which by all means is contrary to democracy and the right of self determination, which it hails and claims to promote is by allowing the Zionist entity to steal all the land of Palestine and ethnic cleanse its indigenous Arab population, thus is supporting colonialists to deny Palestinian Arabs to defend themselves and struggle to protect their human rights especially their democratic rights of defending their land against racist occupiers.

The United States, which claims to be an honest peace broker tried to exert pressure on the weak Palestinian authority to give up the national rights of Palestinian Arabs in their land to the interest of the racist Zionist entity. “On Thursday March 3rd, President Barack Obama telephoned Mahmoud Abbass, the Palestinian president, to urge him to block a UN Security Council resolution condemning settlements. Obama pressed very hard during the 50 minute call, so hard that Abbass felt constrained to agree to take Obama’s request to the PLO executive committee (which, which without surprize, agreed that Abbass should not accede to Obama’s request).  http://english.aljazeera.net/indepth/opinion/2011/02/201121815137386765.html