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vrijdag 19 jul 2013
Bron:  Jerusalem Center for Public Affairs - op de foto: Amb. Alan Baker (Director ICA at JCPA)
Amb. Alan Baker (Dir. ICA at JCPA)"The European Union – Hypocrisy, Hostility and Blatant Prejudice" - Amb. Alan Baker - July 18, 2013

The publication of guidelines by the European Commission on the eligibility of Israeli entities for EU cooperation is the culmination of a concerted policy initiative led by the EU High Representative for Foreign Affairs, Catherine Ashton, directed against Israel's settlements in Judea and Samaria [the West Bank] to press the Israeli government into making territorial and political concessions.

This unprecedented and hostile EU fixation with Israel and its settlements is based on a series of long-standing and deliberately misleading and flawed legal and political assumptions regarding the illegality of Israel's settlements and the status of the pre-1967 armistice lines as Israel's border. ...

donderdag 18 jul 2013
Bron:  Israëlische ambassade voor België en Luxemburg - op de foto: President Shimon Peres

President Shimon PeresPresident Peres reageert op de recente beslissing van de Europese Unie en op de vooruitgang van de Israëlisch-Palestijnse vredesonderhandelingen

President Shimon Peres, heeft vandaag, donderdag 18 juli 2013 gereageerd op de recente beslissing van de Europese Unie om financiering van elke Israëlische die om het even welke activiteiten ontplooit buiten de lijnen van 1967 te verbieden en hij sprak ook over de vooruitgang die minister van Buitenlandse Zaken John Kerry maakte bij de doorstart van de vredesonderhandelingen tussen Israël en de Palestijnen. ...

donderdag 18 jul 2013

anti-semitische cartoon gepubliceerd in Süddeutsche Zeitung"German newspaper expresses regret over cartoon depicting Israel as ravenous monster" By Associated Press, Published: July 3, 2013 - Washington Post

BERLIN — A German newspaper has expressed regret after publishing a cartoon that appeared to depict the state of Israel as a ravenous monster.
Munich-based Sueddeutsche Zeitung says the picture appeared Tuesday alongside two reviews of books about Israel.
The caption suggested that the Jewish state was seen by its enemies as akin to Moloch — a monstrous deity from the Old Testament to whom followers sacrificed their children.
Israel's ambassador in Berlin criticized the picture and Jewish groups denounced it as anti-Semitic. ...

dinsdag 16 jul 2013
Bron:  The Algemeiner / JSS News - foto: Saudi Arabian Airlines A320 [Wikipedia]

Saudi Arabian Airlines A320 in 2010 [Wikipedia]"NYC's De Blasio Threatens to Pull JFK Airport Slot From Saudi Arabian Airlines for Blocking Israelis From Flights"

Saudi Arabian Airlines discriminates against Israeli nationals attempting to fly the airline out of New York's John F. Kennedy Airport, the City's Public Advocate Bill de Blasio said Monday, citing a probe his office conducted of the airline.

At a press conference in Times Square Monday, De Blasio said that he sent a letter today urging Khalid Abdullah Almolhem, Director General of Saudi Arabian Airlines, to change the policy or else face consequences.

"Saudi Arabian Airlines uses U.S. airports and yet bans Israeli citizens from being able to fly on their airline," he said. If  the airline does not change their policy, "we will act to make sure they're excluded from United States airports, starting with JFK," De Blasio said. ...

donderdag 4 jul 2013
Bron:  UNWATCH.org - Op de foto: Richard Falk
Richar FalkUN's Falk gives voice to 9/11 conspiracy theory; host's website blames "Zio-Nazis"

"UN Chief Ban Ki-moon and Human Rights Commissioner Navi Pillay must speak out"

Controversial UN human rights official Richard Falk has once again given voice to the 9/11 conspiracy theory, in an interview with "Truth Jihad Radio", sparking calls for the world body's highest officials to rebuke his "inflammatory" and "offensive" comments.

Radio host Kevin Barrett, who also questions the Holocaust, said that 9/11 was "a false flag attack designed to launch a war on Islam," and asked Falk if, ....


woensdag 3 jul 2013
Bron:  JPost - Foto: cartoon gepubliceerd in Süddeutsche Zeitung

anti-semitische cartoon gepubliceerd in Süddeutsche Zeitung"German paper publishes 'anti-Semitic' cartoon attacking Israel"


Leaders decry illustration after 'Süddeutsche Zeitung' depicts Israel as wild, hungry beast devouring German military weapons.

BERLIN ­ - The largest German daily broadsheet --the Munich-based Süddeutsche Zeitung-- ­ published a photo of a cartoon on Tuesday depicting Israel as a wild, hungry, ill beast devouring German military weapons. The cartoon sparked criticism from Jewish organizations in Germany and the US.

Rabbi Abraham Cooper, associate dean of the Simon Wiesenthal Center, told The Jerusalem Post by email on Tuesday that his organization "decries the illustration depicting Israel as a monster in a leading German newspaper." He said the cartoon was "grotesquely beyond the pale of legitimate criticism and invokes one of the classic anti-Semitic tools: Animalization is a classic and effective tool in dehumanizing an enemy, something Nazi and Soviet propaganda deployed over and over again."

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