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From: WEBELIAHU DelphiPlus Member Icon4/12/21 1:43 AM 
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April 12, 2021

        "this one describing the silent war being waged by the European Union against the State of Israel using the Palestinian Authority to illegally occupy the land of Judea and Samaria in Area C."

        All of Shamarya (Samaria) and Yehuda (Judea) are in the territories of Biblical Israel that God has given to the Jews. Do you know why they call it "The West Bank?" Because calling it by its true names is TOO JEWISH, TOO HARD TO DISGUISE. What is God going to do with these people in their final judgment? You do not want to find out. Do not be one of them, not in action, and not in thought.

https://www.jewishpress.com/news/eye-on-palestine/palestinian-authority/ad-kan-channel-13-expose-european-union-pays-billions-for-palestinian-authority-to-build-in-area-c-plans-isolation-of-israeli-settlements/2021/03/30/

Report: EU Spent Billions on PA Construction Isolating Jewish Settlements

The “Ad Kan” nonprofit organization, together with Israel’s Hebrew-language Channel 13 television news team has announced another expose, this one describing the silent war being waged by the European Union against the State of Israel using the Palestinian Authority to illegally occupy the land of Judea and Samaria in Area C.

“We want to tell you something that you do not know,” the Ad Kan narrator says in the report. “We are at war.

“In the past year we have infiltrated agents in the Palestinian Authority under false identities and established contacts with EU officials — and what we have discovered is nothing short of shocking.

“Behind the scenes and behind the back of the State of Israel, what we discovered was the European Union’s “Century Project.”

According to the report, the EU has allocated some three billion euros for the construction of a Palestinian state and the construction of its new capital city in Jerusalem. (ed: italics added)

In conversations with senior PA officials and original documents that were unveiled to the architects of the move on the Palestinian Authority and EU sides, the investigators found that the EU is pushing with all its might — all the while knowing this was being done against international law and the Oslo Accords — to build a Palestinian state, all of it behind the back of the State of Israel.

“We have uncovered a well-oiled mechanism in which the European Union secretly provides money, people and planning and legal knowledge to prepare a plan that will isolate Israeli communities in Area C in Judea and Samaria and in Jerusalem, and interrupt a settlement sequence to impose a de facto terrorist state in the heart of Israel,” the Ad Kan representative warns.

“During the activity we discovered that we are already in the middle of the process; about 100 such plans are gaining ground in the field, unhindered, while completely ignoring the law and the Oslo Accords.

“Never before has there been such blatant interference in the internal affairs of any country in the world by the European Union as there has been in ours, whether in funding anti-Israel organizations or in drawing the borders of the Jewish state.”

 
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From: WEBELIAHU DelphiPlus Member Icon4/14/21 7:16 AM 
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April 14, 2021

       "The Houthis arrested Marhabi in 2016 for allegedly helping a Yemeni Jewish family steal a “national treasure,” a rare 500-year-old Torah scroll"

       Since when does a Torah scroll become a national treasure to Muslim terrorists?

https://www.breitbart.com/national-security/2021/03/30/report-iran-backed-houthi-rebels-exile-the-last-three-jewish-families-in-yemen/

Iran-Backed Houthi Rebels Exile the Last Three Jewish Families in Yemen

Asharq al-Awsat, a Saudi newspaper based in London, reported Sunday that Houthi terrorists had “deported” the last three Jewish families living in Yemen.

“All that remains from the several–thousand-year-old community are four seniors,” the report said.

The Houthis exiled 13 members of the three remaining Jewish families, according to Asharq al-Awsat, as “part of a deal to free Levi Salem Marhabi, a Jew who was captured by the Iran-backed group’s intelligence around six years ago.”

The Houthis arrested Marhabi in 2016 for allegedly helping a Yemeni Jewish family steal a “national treasure,” a rare 500-year-old Torah scroll inscribed on deerskin. He was sentenced to two years in prison but has been held ever since, even after a court ordered him to be set free in 2019.

Secretary of State Mike Pompeo demanded Marhabi’s immediate release in November 2020, citing reports that “his health continues to deteriorate as he languishes in a Sanaa prison, where the threat of contracting Covid-19 is a real possibility.” Reports from Sanaa have also claimed Marhabi was tortured in prison and left partially paralyzed by a stroke.

Pompeo called on the Houthis to “respect religious freedom” and “stop oppressing Yemen’s Jewish population,” to no avail.   

"They gave us a choice between staying in the midst of harassment and keeping Salem a prisoner or leaving and having him released,” one of the departing Jews explained.

“History will remember us as the last of Yemeni Jews who were still clinging to their homeland until the last moment. We had rejected many temptations time and time again, and refused to leave our homeland, but today we are forced,” the three families stated.

“Though the report said the Jewish families were refusing to go to Israel, the Kan public broadcaster reported Monday that they had already arrived in another unspecified country and efforts were being made to bring them to the Jewish state,” the Times of Israel (TOI) wrote Monday.

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The Houthi motto, emblazoned upon their flag, reads “Death to America, Death to Israel, Curse the Jews, Victory to Islam.” The Houthis were delisted as a terrorist organization by President Joe Biden in February.

 

 
From: WEBELIAHU DelphiPlus Member Icon4/23/21 10:01 AM 
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April 23, 2021

      "The incident, marking the most serious violence between Israel and Syria in years, pointed to likely Iranian involvement."

https://www.breitbart.com/middle-east/2021/04/21/israel-strikes-targets-in-syria-in-response-to-missile-attack-near-nuclear-reactor/

Israel Strikes Targets in Syria in Response to Missile Attack Near Nuclear Reactor

DIMONA, ISRAEL: (FILE PHOTO) A recent undated file photo of Israel's nuclear reactor at Dimona. (Photo by Getty Images)  

JERUSALEM — A missile launched from Syria struck southern Israel early Thursday, setting off air raid sirens near the country’s top-secret nuclear reactor, the Israeli military said. In response, it said it attacked the missile launcher and air-defense systems in neighboring Syria.

The incident, marking the most serious violence between Israel and Syria in years, pointed to likely Iranian involvement. Iran, which maintains troops and proxies in Syria, has accused Israel of a series of attacks on its nuclear facilities, including sabotage at its Natanz nuclear facility on April 11, and vowed revenge.

The Israeli army said the missile landed in the Negev region and the air raid sirens were sounded in a village near Dimona, where Israel’s nuclear reactor is located. There was no word on whether anything had been struck, but explosions were reported across Israel.

There was no immediate claim of responsibility. But on Saturday, Iran’s hard-line Kayhan newspaper published an opinion piece by Iranian analyst Sadollah Zarei suggesting Israel’s Dimona facility be targeted after the attack on Natanz. Zarei cited the idea of “an eye for an eye” in his remarks.

Action should be taken “against the nuclear facility in Dimona,” he wrote. “This is because no other action is at the same level as the Natanz incident,”

While Kayhan is a small circulation newspaper, its editor-in-chief, Hossein Shariatmadari, was appointed by Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei and has been described as an adviser to him in the past.

Zarei has demanded retaliatory strikes on Israel in the past. In November, he suggested Iran strike the Israeli port city of Haifa over Israel’s suspected involvement in the killing of a scientist who founded Iran’s military nuclear program decades earlier. However, Iran did not retaliate then.

Israel and Iran are arch-enemies. Israel accuses Iran of trying to develop nuclear weapons and has opposed U.S.-led efforts to revive the international nuclear deal with Iran.

Israel’s government says the deal will not prevent Iran from developing a nuclear weapons capability. It also says it does not address Iran’s long-range missile program and its support for hostile proxies in Lebanon, Syria and Gaza.

 

 
From: WEBELIAHU DelphiPlus Member Icon5/10/21 9:08 AM 
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May 10, 2021

         "Under the 2015 agreement, all limitations on Iran’s nuclear activities are due to end in nine years. So at best, all Malley’s talks will do is postpone Iran from fielding a nuclear arsenal until 2030...the Biden administration is ideologically committed to realigning U.S. policy toward Iran and away from Israel and the Sunni Arab states, and no facts will sway it from that course."

https://www.israelnationalnews.com/News/News.aspx/305428

Iran: Where Biden and Israel’s legal fraternity converge

by Carolyn Glick

With its elected leaders hamstrung by unelected lawyers, the likelihood that Israel will be capable of conceiving and carrying out a policy to block Iran's rise as a nuclear power is not high.

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When Rouhani, the "moderate” presidential candidate, was elected in 2013, Israel brought reams of proof to the Obama administration that Rouhani had no influence on regime policy and that anyway, there was nothing moderate about him. Then-President Barack Obama, his vice president Joe Biden and his secretary of state John Kerry, along with all of their advisers, were unmoved. They didn’t care. They wanted to say the Iranian government was “moderate” in order to sell the policy of realigning the United States toward Iran. It was an ideological position and they had no interest in reconsidering it. So the facts were dismissed.

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Take Colin Kahl. Biden’s appointment of Kahl to serve as Undersecretary of Defense for Policy was confirmed this week by the Senate. After word broke of the Mossad’s May 2018 seizure of Iran’s nuclear archive, Kahl posted a tweet insinuating that the archive was faked and the entire operation was an Israeli conspiracy to drag the United States into war with Iran.

Speaking in opposition to Kahl’s confirmation, Sen. Ted Cruz called Kahl “the most virulently anti-Israel nominee that would serve in the Biden administration.”

Recalling Kahl’s conspiracy theory about the Iran’s nuclear archive, Cruz remonstrated that Kahl has “a lifelong obsession with and antipathy for the State of Israel, and he’s demonstrated a willingness to endanger Israeli lives and American lives to advance that hostility.”

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Now, thanks to the Democrats who approved his nomination, Kahl is responsible for determining the U.S. security posture towards Iran, together with Robert Malley, the State Department envoy to negotiations with Iran. Like Kahl, Malley has a long history of obsessive hostility towards Israel and support for Iran and its terrorist proxies.

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Rubin reported that top administration officials have asked Iraq to release $4 billion “from an Iran escrow account that the Iraqi government had established during the Trump administration in order to allow Iraq to purchase Iranian fuel while ensuring that the proceeds would not subsidize Iranian terror.”

These moves align with the Biden administration’s previous successful effort to persuade South Korea to unfreeze $1 billion in Iranian funds after Iranian forces illegally seized a South Korean ship and held its sailors captive.

The goal of these efforts is clear. The Biden administration is seeking to give Iran money now, before it is in a position to cancel the economic sanctions the Trump administration applied to Iran because Iran refuses to curtail its illegal nuclear activities.

Burns’s moves, it should be noted, are taking place as Malley is carrying out indirect negotiations with Iran in Vienna. The goal of those talks was previously to bring Iran into full compliance with the 2015 nuclear deal in exchange for the end of U.S. economic sanctions. Malley has since adopted a position that Iran must merely return to the state of its nuclear activities before the Trump administration abandoned the deal. That is, Iran may continue to cheat, but at the level that it was cheating in 2018.

Under the 2015 agreement, all limitations on Iran’s nuclear activities are due to end in nine years. So at best, all Malley’s talks will do is postpone Iran from fielding a nuclear arsenal until 2030.

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Even before Mossad Director Yossi Cohen, National Security Adviser Meir Ben Shabbat and head of Military Intelligence Maj. Gen. Tamir Heyman left their offices, White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki said that their briefings would have no impact on U.S. policy towards Iran. Like the Obama administration before it, the Biden administration is ideologically committed to realigning U.S. policy toward Iran and away from Israel and the Sunni Arab states, and no facts will sway it from that course.

So too, just as Kerry could not be trusted with classified information Israel shared with him and his Obama administration colleagues, his colleagues in the Biden administration can be expected to misuse information Israel provides them about Iran.

Facing this reality, in which the United States—the most important strategic actor in the region—is now openly in Iran’s corner, Israel needs to conceive and implement a strategy to bypass the United States and achieve its goal of preventing Iran from becoming a nuclear power.

 

 
From: WEBELIAHU DelphiPlus Member Icon5/16/21 5:39 PM 
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May 16, 2021

        "Since last week’s outbreak of violence in Israel and the Gaza Strip, which has seen Israeli citizens targeted relentlessly and indiscriminately by Hamas terrorists with more than 2,000 rockets fired from the Gaza Strip, there has been an enormous increase in antisemitic incidents in many countries, including a 250 percent rise in the UK alone."

https://www.israelnationalnews.com/News/News.aspx/306321

Activists urge world leaders to combat pandemic of anti-Semitism

With surge in anti-Semitic incidents around the world during Israel's counter-terror operation in Gaza, NGO urges leaders to take action.

The Combat Antisemitism Movement (CAM) today called on leaders around the world to take action against the alarming spike in antisemitic incidents in which Jews have been targeted both online and on the streets in multiple countries over the past several days.

Since last week’s outbreak of violence in Israel and the Gaza Strip, which has seen Israeli citizens targeted relentlessly and indiscriminately by Hamas terrorists with more than 2,000 rockets fired from the Gaza Strip, there has been an enormous increase in antisemitic incidents in many countries, including a 250 percent rise in the UK alone.

Synagogues in Europe have been vandalized, while Jews have been verbally abused and targeted online, fuelled by hateful social media rhetoric from popular influencer.

Incidents have also included calls for the destruction of Israel, in direct contravention of the International Holocaust Remembrance Alliance (IHRA) working definition of antisemitism. The internationally-recognized definition clearly states that “Denying the Jewish people their right to self-determination” is an antisemitic act. The events of the past week have underscored that anti-Zionism is a contemporary form of antisemitism in disguise.

This depressing surge of antisemitism masquerading as criticism of Israel must not go unanswered. CAM calls on international, national, and local leaders to speak out forcefully against this phenomenon and empower law enforcement authorities to apprehend the perpetrators, while municipal officials must take practical steps to ensure the streets of their cities do not become safe havens for antisemitism.

CAM applauds the principled stands taken by leaders and authorities in Germany and France, where in recent days measures have been implemented to prevent antisemitic protests in major cities.

Sacha Roytman-Dratwa, Combat Antisemitism Movement Director: “We are witnessing an appaling explosion of antisemitism, which has left Jews alarmed and distressed across the world. Yet again, antisemites are attacking Jewish buildings, abusing Jews both verbally and online and stoking fear among Jewish communities, under the pretense of criticizing Israel. There is simply no place for this type of Jew hatred in any civilized city or society. Leaders of good conscience across the world must urgently take action to prevent the dreadful prospect of local Jews living in fear.”

 

 
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From: WEBELIAHU DelphiPlus Member Icon5/24/21 10:07 AM 
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May 24, 2021

       "These incidents are not isolated. Reports are coming in from nearly every major city in America as anyone who appears to be Jewish is attacked. Despicably, mainstream media is turning a bling eye, hesitant to say anything negative about these groups"

https://noqreport.com/2021/05/20/from-coast-to-coast-pro-palestine-mobs-are-hunting-jews/

From Coast-to-Coast, Pro-Palestine Mobs are Hunting Jews

Black Lives Matter is dangerous. Antifa is downright ugly. But these Pro-Palestinian groups are taking hate crimes and domestic terrorism to a whole new level.

For years we’ve covered the heinous crimes committed by Black Lives Matter and Antifa groups across the country. They have engaged in violence, destructions, and subversion of law and order. But as bad as their antics are, the recent resurgence of anti-Semitic attacks from Pro-Palestine groups have usurped their fellow radical leftist domestic terrorist groups in both frequency and severity.

These attacks have been more than taunting with bullhorns, a la Black Lives Matter, or spraying hateful graffiti on buildings like Antifa. They are hunting and attempting to harm, maim, or even kill any Jews they can find. And they’re doing it in front of law enforcement as if declaring they own the streets.

These incidents are not isolated. Reports are coming in from nearly every major city in America as anyone who appears to be Jewish is attacked. Despicably, mainstream media is turning a bling eye, hesitant to say anything negative about these groups which seem to be “spontaneously” popping up everywhere As CBS Los Angeles generically reported yesterday:

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This wave of violence coincides with Israel’s attempts to defend its own people from a maelstrom of attacks by Hamas coming from Gaza. And as anticipation of further attacks from Lebanon and Syria heat up, there seems to be very little chance for peace in the very near future. This can change on a dime; Israel is always ready for an equitable truce if Hamas will come to the table. Right now, Hamas is still pushing their attacks which tells us they haven’t run out of rockets just yet. When they do, they will demand “peace” and take credit for being the initiators of the cease-fire.

Mainstream media is doing their part to support Hamas and Pro-Palestinian groups by covering it all up. According to Newsbusters:

Over the course of the week, there were numerous stories about “pro-Palestinian” (essentially pro-Hamas) mobs gathering around the country to “protest” the ongoing conflict in Israel devolving into wild hunts for Jewish Americans. And despite the fact these heinous acts were incited by the Hamas sympathizers in “The Squad,” none of the attacks were given airtime on ABC, CBS, and NBC’s morning and evening newscasts.

Instead, they were all ticked off that Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu was defying President Biden’s calls for a cease-fire against genocidal terrorists.

“Despite President Biden’s call to deescalate today, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu vowed the operation will continue, tweeting, ‘Until its goal is achieved, to restore peace and security to you, the citizens of Israel,’” whined foreign correspondent Imtiaz Tyab on CBS Evening News.

But what the networks didn’t want their viewers to know about, was how roving mobs of Palestinian extremists were on the prowl for Jews to attack.

 

 
From: Impeach Xo Bai Den!! (ducky1988) DelphiPlus Member Icon Posted by host5/24/21 11:54 AM 
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Yet another reason for my husband to continue carrying concealed...

 

 
From: WEBELIAHU DelphiPlus Member Icon5/27/21 9:05 AM 
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May 27, 2021

https://www.jpost.com/diaspora/gop-introduces-act-to-stop-antisemitism-669297

GOP introduces act to stop antisemitism

With the rise of antisemitism in the United States, Senate and House Republicans join together to introduce the Preventing Antisemitic Hate Crimes Act.

“Amidst the Israel-Gaza conflict, we have witnessed an unacceptable surge in antisemitic incidents, including violent attacks, across the country,” the cochairs of the task force, four Republicans and four Democrats, wrote.
 
“From New York to Los Angeles, hateful individuals have targeted the Jewish community because of their faith and identity,” they added.
 
“As a task force, we will not stand by while our fellow Americans are subjected to physical, verbal, and online abuse. We are committed to combating antisemitism in all its forms, and we urge our colleagues and all Americans to help us eradicate antisemitism from our country, and for law enforcement to prosecute these despicable acts to the fullest extent of the law.”
 
Senate and House Republicans joined together on Tuesday to introduce the Preventing Anti-Semitic Hate Crimes Act. Congressman David Kustoff (Tennessee), House Republican Leader Kevin McCarthy (California), Sen. Tom Cotton (Arizona), and Senate Republican Leader Mitch McConnell (Kentucky) led the bill.
 
“This legislation will help combat the drastic surge of antisemitic incidents and violence in the United States by ensuring the Department of Justice facilitates the expedited review of these hate crime threats against the Jewish community,” they said. “Additionally, this bill states the attorney-general will issue guidance to enhance our state and local law enforcement’s efforts to prevent and respond to antisemitic hate crimes.”
 
“Antisemitism has no place in the United States. The Department of Justice must take immediate, decisive action to stop the shocking rise of hate crimes targeting the American Jewish community. Our bill will ensure the racist criminals committing these crimes are prosecuted and held accountable,” said Cotton.
 
“The uptick in hateful antisemitic attacks is disgusting and totally unacceptable. From anti-Israel efforts like the BDS movement to violent crimes on American streets, we must confront antisemitism every single place it rears its ugly head,” said McConnell. “Our legislation will support state and local law enforcement and ensure the bigoted thugs and criminals who are attacking Jewish Americans face the full force of American justice.”
 
Another group of 15 Senate Republicans introduced a resolution condemning hatred and violence against Jews, and denouncing anti-Israel rhetoric.
 
The resolution is “expressing the sense of the Senate that acts of violence against Jewish people in the United States and around the world and the poisonous rhetoric from politicians and others promoted by the media that has helped inspire such violence is condemnable and has no place in society.”
 
“Antisemitism is a unique prejudice with a unique history, which has resulted in unique horrors throughout history,” said Sen. Ted Cruz. “This wave of abhorrent violence is directed at Jews for being Jewish, just like Hamas is firing rockets into Israel because they want to murder Jews and eliminate the Jewish state,” he added.
 
“The horrific spike in antisemitic violence and crimes in the United States and around the world serves as a reminder that hateful rhetoric and lies can quickly turn into violence,” said Sen. Marco Rubio. “We must be very clear that this ancient evil has no place in our society, and ensure America’s Jewish communities are protected.”
 
On Wednesday, four House Democrats sent a letter to US President Joe Biden, saying they are “deeply disturbed by the recent surge of antisemitic incidents in the United States.” Rep. Josh Gottheimer led the letter.
 
“Over the past few weeks, we have witnessed a surge in antisemitic incidents in the United States, including attacks on Jewish Americans in New York, California and Florida,” the lawmakers wrote.
 
“It is undeniable that this increase in antisemitic incidents has coincided with recent conflict in the Middle East,” they added. “It must be made clear that there is simply no excuse whatsoever for harassing or targeting people because they are Jewish. Blaming Jews for conflict in the Middle East or seeking to hold them collectively responsible for Israel’s government policies is antisemitic, and it is wrong.
 

“Given that Jews in Europe and around the world have faced a similar increase in threats in recent weeks coinciding with the conflict, we also urge you to swiftly nominate an experienced and qualified United States ambassador-at-large to monitor and combat antisemitism,” they added.

 

 
From: WEBELIAHU DelphiPlus Member Icon6/1/21 8:52 AM 
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Black Lives Matter Co-Founder Patrisse Cullors in 2015

        "If we don't end the imperialist project called Israel; we're doomed."

 

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