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Hamas was created by Israel -Ron Paul

Hamas was created by Israel -Ron Paul

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4Z6vMAoFwf4

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Israeli War Minister Threatens Palestinian Holocaust


Israeli War Minister Threatens Palestinian Holocaust
Media who became obsessed with “wipe Israel off the map” misquote scurry to defend Vilnai after disgraceful comments

Paul Joseph Watson
Prison Planet
February 29, 2008

Israel’s Deputy Defense Minister Matan Vilnai has provoked outrage after threatening Palestinians with a “holocaust,” but the same media who obsessed about Mahmoud Ahmadinejad’s “wipe Israel off the map” misquote are scurrying to defend Vilnai’s disgraceful comments.

“The more Qassam (rocket) fire intensifies and the rockets reach a longer range, they (the Palestinians) will bring upon themselves a bigger holocaust because we will use all our might to defend ourselves, “Vilnai told the Army Radio on Friday.
However, in a Reuters report, despite the fact that the rest of the statement was translated into English, the incendiary word “holocaust” remained in its original Hebrew version – “shoah”.

Why Reuters would choose to print the rest of the statement in English yet cherry-pick one word to remain in Hebrew is obvious – they don’t want to draw any attention to the fact that Vilnai is threatening the Palestinians with a holocaust.

Vilnai’s spokesman has attempted to diffuse the controversy by claiming Vilnai was speaking in terms of a “disaster” and not a holocaust.


But you can’t have your cake and eat it.
When Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad allegedly called for Israel to be “wiped off the map,” the media blindly repeated the quote ad infinitum, and it became second nature for them to carelessly drop it into any propaganda piece intended to hype Iran’s supposed threat to Israel and the world.

Barely a day goes by that Israeli, American and British warhawks don’t spew the phrase like a broken record in an attempt to create a catchy cliché and brand market the next jaunt of imperial blood-letting.

No matter that, according to numerous different translations, Ahmadinejad never used the word “map,” instead his statement was in the context of time and applied to the Zionist regime occupying Jerusalem. Ahmadinejad was expressing his future hope that the Zionist regime in Israel would fall, not that Iran was going to physically annex the country and its population.

To claim Ahmadinejad has issued a rallying cry to ethnically cleanse Israel is akin to saying that Churchill wanted to murder all Germans when he stated his desire to crush the Nazis. This is about the demise of a corrupt occupying power, not the deaths of millions of innocent people.

On the other hand, even as Reuters is forced to admit, Vilnai’s use of the word “shoah” is intrinsically allied to the context of “Discussions of the Nazi Holocaust of Jews,” adding, “Many Israelis are loath to countenance its use to describe other contemporary events.”

So will the media make reference to one of Israel’s top minister’s expressing his wish to inflict a Palestinian “holocaust” in all future reports about Israel’s geopolitical motives, just as they do with Ahmadinejad’s supposed call to wipe Israel off the map?

There’s more chance of Yasser Arafat and Menachem Begin coming back from the dead to broker a peace settlement.

FLASHBACK: The “Wipe Israel Off The Map” Hoax
http://prisonplanet.com/articles/january2007/260107offthemap.htm

 



Republicans saber rattle on Iran

Republicans saber rattle on Iran

AFP
October 16, 2007

WASHINGTON (AFP) – Republican White House candidates pounded Iran Tuesday, with Rudolph Giuliani warning of a military strike to deprive it of a nuclear bomb, and a top rival lashing “terror masters” in Tehran.

The candidates talked tough before the receptive audience of the Republican Jewish Coalition, fleshing out already hawkish stands on the Iran, emerging as a dominant foreign policy issue in the 2008 campaign.

Giuliani, running on his legacy as New York’s mayor after the September 11 attacks in 2001, sharpened his rhetoric as the campaign raced towards first party nominating contests in less than 90 days.

The date of the first of those contests, the fabled Iowa caucuses was expected to be set by Republicans in the state later Tuesday for January 3, in the earliest start ever to a US electoral contest.

Giuliani said every new American president prayed to avoid war, but accused Tehran of backing attacks on US troops in Iraq, and ruled out the notion of America learning to live with a nuclear Iran.

“We have seen what Iran will do with ordinary weapons,” Giuliani told a forum of presidential candidates organized by the coalition.

“If I am president of the United States, I guarantee you, we will never find out what they will do if they get nuclear weapons, because they are not going to get a nuclear weapon.”

“The military option is not off the table. If America is clear that we will exercise the military option, the chances that we will have to do it decline.”

Giuliani, who leads national Republican polls, said there was no doubt Iran was building nuclear weapons — a charge Tehran denies, saying its effort is designed to meet energy needs.

Fred Thompson, the former actor and senator who jumped into the race last month, hit out at Iran and Syria, a tactic popular with the hawkish base of core Republican voters candidates are trying to woo.

“The terror masters in Tehran and Damascus make only the most minor distinction between America and Israel,” Thompson said.

“They say America is the ‘Great Satan’ and Israel is the ‘Little Satan’ and both must be destroyed.

“The US must make it clear that we will not allow Iran to be a nuclear threat,” Thompson said, calling for greater steps to get rid of the “hated regime” in Tehran.

Attacking Iran is good politics for Republican candidates, allowing them to pose as robust on national security, paper over differences with the party’s social conservative wing, and detract attention from the issue of what to do about Iraq.

Hawkish rhetoric is part of every US election campaign, though it is not always followed up with action, once the victorious candidate faces the reality of conducting foreign policy in a difficult world.

Giuliani also used the issue of Iran to hammer another rival, former Massachusetts governor Mitt Romney.

At a debate on October 9, Romney, asked whether he would seek authorization from Congress before launching a military strike against Iran, replied: “You sit down with your attorneys and they tell you what you have to do.”

Giuliani compared the moment to when he threw late Palestinian leader Yasser Arafat out of a United Nations concert in New York.

“I didn’t call for a team of lawyers, to tell me, ‘on the one hand we can throw him out, but on the other, maybe we can partially throw him out'”.

“I just made a decision. I led.”

Romney joined other Republicans Tuesday in accusing Democratic 2008 candidates, particularly front-runner Hillary Clinton and her chief rival Barack Obama, of weakness on Iran.

“It is time for Democrats to break their silence and answer this question — will you act to stop a nuclear Iran? Let me assure you I will,” he said.

On Monday, Clinton said in a new foreign policy essay that the United States should offer Tehran a calibrated package of incentives for it to renounce nuclear development, reject terrorism and back Middle East peace moves.

But she and her aides clearly also stated that she would not take the military option off the table if negotiations failed.

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