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From: DunggateMay-20 6:42 PM 
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Saudi writer reveals a massive secret about “Palestinian” Arabs
By Leah Rosenberg - May 20, 2020 6660 0
This Saudi writer didn’t hold back at all! The truth can hurt. This will enrage “Palestinians.” But at some point, everyone has to admit the truth.
 
Saudi Writer Abdulhameed Al-Ghobain: Saudis Care about National Interests, Not the Palestinian Cause
Saudi Writer Spills the Truth
It is getting hard to hide the truth. Saudi Writer Abdulhameed Al-Ghobain spells it out clearly: Saudi Arabians do not want to side with the “Palestinians” anymore. They see what Israel is, what Israel has accomplished, and they want to join in. They want to accomplish great things as well. And the “Palestinians” have not been showing a promising future. The Saudis are done. They just do not feel they can advance their country by supporting the “Palestinian” cause. It maybe once wasn’t so public, but now it is. The truth is out, loud and clear.
 
The Saudis See – Why Don’t Others?
You would think that Saudi Arabians would support the “Palestinian” Arabs. But they no longer do. And if they are beginning to see the truth about Israel, why can’t others? Why does the Western media still side with the “Palestinian” cause when even the “Palestinians” own brothers and sisters don’t? Why are so-called “human rights” activists still supporting “Palestinian” terrorism instead of seeing how Israel is benefitting the world? There are many questions and not so many answers. It just is baffling.
 
A Model Middle Eastern Country
Here is the truth about Israel. Israel is a beacon of light in the Middle East and the world. It is an example of what a country in the Middle East should look like. Democracy, human rights, culture, nature, medical achievements, and more. Israel gives equal rights to people of all faiths, colors, and religions. How many other countries in the Middle East can you say that about?
 
Israel is not the problem in the Middle East, it is the solution to the problems. Saudi Arabia has realized that. What about the rest of the world?
 
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From: DunggateMay-20 6:55 PM 
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Shuls may not open for Rosh Hashanah, says Reform chief
Rabbi Janner-Klausner makes the stark warning in powerful piece for Jewish News
By MATHILDE FROT
May 20, 2020, 12:08 pm  
 
Reform rabbi Laura Janner-Klausner
Senior Rabbi Laura Janner-Klausner has urged Reform Judaism’s community leaders to prepare for the possibility it may not be safe to reopen shuls in time for the High Holy Days.
 
Rabbi Janner-Klausner made the stark warning in a letter, published by Jewish News, and sent to synagogue leadership on Wednesday. “We cannot throw our efforts away now,” she said.
 
 
She added: “This means confronting another festival – Shavuot – distanced from one another.
 
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“Realistically it even means facing the idea that we may not be physically together for Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur in September, and for our communities to start planning for what that might mean.”
 
She also urged Reform members to take advantage of the “plethora of opportunities to pray, learn and join together virtually with our communities” to celebrate Shavuot next week.
 
In her letter, the senior faith leader noted the sacrifices made by many to practise social distancing as she warned the community must aim for greater vigilance “than society as a whole.”
 
“We already know that the toll this virus has placed on our community – the number of lives we have tragically lost – has fallen heavier on us than on some others. We are, for many reasons, a group at an increased risk. With that comes an increased responsibility on us,” she said.
 
“This crisis has also seen us adapt with the most positive and innovative solutions to maintain our Jewish way of life in a different form. Suddenly we are all streaming tech-whizzes, with services, education and children’s programming from all over the Jewish world available at the touch of a button. As ever, Judaism’s great strength is its ability to innovate and survive,” she added.
 
Even at a distance, she said, members must continue to remain a “source of strength for another” as long as needed.  “No matter wherever we are physically, spiritually our communities will continue to flourish,” she added.
 
 
 
READ MORE – Rabbi Laura Janner-Klausner: Time to accept we may not be physically together for Rosh Hashanah 
 
 
 

 
From: DunggateMay-21 8:25 PM 
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Bibi's perfect response to the rowdy Arab MKs
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As Netanyahu tried to speak before the swearing in ceremony of the new unity government, some Arab politicians got a little rowdy. But Netanyahu kept his cool and gave them a symbolic slap in the face with the truth.
Bibi’s perfect response to the rowdy Arab MKs
By Phil Schneider - May 21, 2020 5449 0
 
The only place in the Middle East where an Arab can freely be elected to Parliament and speak their mind is Israel. Benjamin Netanyahu knows this as do the Arab Members of the Knesset. This is a perfect snapshot of what goes on in the Israeli Knesset. It is also a good snapshot of why so many Israelis love Benjamin Netanyahu. He knows how to stand up to Israel’s enemies, and he does it so well. This is not new – he has been doing this for many decades.
 
 
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Prime Minister Netanyahu began his political career debating against anti-Israel attitudes in the United States. He graduated from MIT following two wars against the Arabs that he participated in. He was a member of Israel’s most elite commando force, and fought against terrorists in various situations. His life has been one long litany of standing up against Israel’s enemies. But he discovered the power of his speech early on and has never stopped using it since.
Israelis have flocked to support Netanyahu in multiple elections over the last 13 years. He has served as Israel’s Prime Minister longer than any other Prime Minister – even David Ben-Gurion. Not only does he never tire. He seems to get stronger and stronger by the day.
What will Netanyahu be remembered for? Will it be the way he has stood up against President Obama and outplayed him for 8 long years? Will it be the way that he fought back against attacks from the Gaza Strip and basically neutralized Israel’s enemies over there? Or will it be the way that he led Israel throughout the Coronavirus pandemic in order to keep the losses to a remarkably low number? Or will it be the historic proclamation that looks like Israel will make to once and for all proclaim that Judea and Samaria is an inseparable part of the State of Israel? The answer is that it will probably be all of the above. But the more time goes on, the greater all of his actions to combat President Obama shine brighter.
 

 
From: DunggateMay-23 6:09 PM 
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Netanyahu: It is time to implement Israel’s sovereignty over West Bank
May 18, 2020 at 1:15 pm
 
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu gives an address from his office in Jerusalem on 3 April 2019, announcing that the remains of Sergeant First Class Zachary Baumel, a soldier missing since the 1982 Lebanon war, had been returned to the country. [MENAHEM KAHANA/AFP/Getty Images]i    
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said that the new Israeli coalition government should extend the state’s sovereignty over the occupied West Bank, local media reported yesterday .
“It’s time to apply the Israeli law and write another glorious chapter in the history of Zionism,” Netanyahu said during a meeting for the Knesset General Commission to discuss the swearing in of the new coalition government.
 
“These territories [illegal Israeli Jewish settlements in the occupied West Bank] are where the Jewish nation was born and grew,” he said of the settlements.
 
READ: Israel’s Netanyahu presents new unity government to parliament
This, he added, “will not distance us from peace, it will bring us closer.”
 
The Likud leader signed a deal with his rival Benny Gantz of the Blue and White alliance to form a coalition government based on the agreement to annex the illegal Jewish settlements in the occupied Palestinian territories.
 
Arab and Meretz MKs heckled Netanyahu repeatedly during his speech at the Knesset and screamed: “bribery, fraud and breach of trust,” referring to the corruption charges against him.
 

 
From: DunggateMay-26 9:06 AM 
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The truth about the attempted coup against Bibi
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Mark Levin and Senior attorney and former Federal prosecutor in the U.S. Arthur Fergenson give the perfect analysis. If you were confused before, you won't be now.
The truth about the attempted coup against Bibi
By Phil Schneider - May 26, 2020 
Israel is now going through an unprecedented attempt to bring down Benjamin Netanyahu through whatever means works. Since the electorate continues to elect and reelect Benjamin Netanyahu, the Democratic method of getting Netanyahu out of office has proven to be a dead end. So, a legal coup was decided upon, but there is basically nothing more than an integrity charge based on nothing more than a few gifts that Netanyahu received from wealthy friends. Yes – a few gifts – some cigars and champagne.
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Could it actually be a legal problem that should bring down the Prime Minister if he received some cigars and champagne – allegedly in order to do some favors for some people? The Attorney General has decided to “juice up” the charges with thousands of words and hundreds of witnesses. But, there is actually no serious case against the Prime Minister. The Attorney General in Israel is just part of the problem. In truth, the activist Supreme Court in Israel and the entire legal system in Israel is perhaps the most dangerous side of the entire State today.
 
What Israel needs more than anything is genuine checks and balances – not just for the Judicial Branch, but for the Legislative and Executive branch. Israel’s parliamentary democracy is most certainly a Western Democracy. But it is nowhere as balanced as necessary as far as the limits of power that each group has. These are the key problems. One minor Member of Knesset, and certainly 3,4, or 5 members can bring down a government way too easily. This would be akin to a few Congressmen being able to bring down the President of the United States. Secondly, the Prime Minister cannot be stopped by the legislative branch if he decides to implement a policy that is supported by the opposition – even if he was elected based on a completely opposite platform. But the worst of all is the seemingly endless power of the Judiciary. The main problem is that the Judiciary continues to implement whatever their activist opinions are by reappointing their successors. There is no Senate Committee that needs to vote in the Judges. Judges are not elected in any way – they simply reappoint people with their own ideologies in order to perpetuate their opinions on the electorate.
 
Israel is a wonderful government with some wonderful leaders. But, a reset of the limits of the Judiciary need to be fixed. The case against Netanyahu may lead to this.
 

 
From: DunggateMay-26 2:21 PM 
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Turkey: We will not agree to annexation in Judea and Samaria
Turkish President threatens Israel, says "Jerusalem is a red line".
Dalit Halevi , 26/05/20 05:33
Recep Tayyip Erdogan
Recep Tayyip ErdoganReuters
 
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan is warning Israel of the consequences of annexing territories in Judea and Samaria, emphasizing that Turkey will not permit “Palestinian land” to be granted to anyone.
 
In a video message to Muslims in the US on the occasion of the holiday of Eid Al-Fitr, Erdogan said Turkey is monitoring Israel's plan to annex land while ignoring Palestinian sovereignty and international law.
 
Erdogan also said that in the eyes of Turkey, the city of Al-Quds (Jerusalem) is a red line for Muslims worldwide.
 
According to a report by the Jerusalem Center for Public Affairs and State, Turkey has been increasing its presence in eastern Jerusalem, as can be seen from the appearance of the Turkish flags flying there. Its influence can also be seen in restaurants and local clothing stores.
 
The report also notes that Turkish support for Hamas in Gaza also explains the emergence of Turkish flags among Palestinian Arab protesters on the Gaza border, and that Turkey uses the guise of Muslim "tourism" to gain a foothold on the Temple Mount and other holy sites, possibly with the goal of taking over them.
 
The coalition agreement between Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu and Blue and White chairman Benny Gantz, which stipulates that the government can apply sovereignty over Judea and Samaria this coming July, has caused an uproar in the Arab world.
 
The plan has been condemned by the Palestinian Authority, which says that an application of sovereignty by Israel would be “illegal”.
 
The PA has received the backing of the Arab League, which said several weeks ago that an Israeli proposal to apply sovereignty over parts of Judea and Samaria constituted a "new war crime" against the Palestinian Arabs.
 
 
Saudi Arabia last week denounced Israel’s plans to apply sovereignty over parts of Judea and Samaria, saying it “denounces any unilateral actions, and any violations of internationally- sanctioned resolutions or any measures that might undermine the chances of resuming the peace process to achieve security and stability in the region.”
 
Jordan has threatened to review its relationship with Israel if the Jewish state goes ahead with plans to apply sovereignty over Judea and Samaria.
 

 
From: DunggateMay-28 2:13 PM 
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The Big War Between Israel And Her Enemies Could Begin As Soon As July 1st
May 27, 2020 08:54 am
The Big War Between Israel And Her Enemies Could Begin As Soon As July 1st
(OPINION) Michael Snyder – The level of tension in the Middle East is sky-high right now, and it is about to go even higher. On Monday, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said that he would move ahead with a plan to annex portions of the West Bank in the months ahead. The coalition agreement that he reached with Blue and White chairman Benny Gantz allows him to submit annexation for a vote as early as July, and if Netanyahu is actually going to do this it will almost certainly happen before the U.S.
 
Continue reading The Big War Between Israel And Her Enemies Could Begin As Soon As July 1st at End Time Headlines.
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The Trump administration is prepared to support Israel’s annexation under certain conditions, but a Biden administration would be 100 percent opposed to such a move. So Netanyahu realizes that this opportunity may never come again, and he is fully prepared to seize the moment. But of course if Israel does annex large portions of the West Bank, that could easily spark a huge regional war.
 
Needless to say, the Palestinians and their allies will never, ever accept the annexation of any West Bank territory, but Netanyahu seems absolutely determined to move ahead with his plans.  The following comes from Time Magazine… Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on Monday pledged to annex parts of the occupied West Bank in the coming months, vowing to move ahead with the explosive plan despite a growing chorus of condemnations by key allies.
 
The Palestinians, with wide international backing, seek the entire West Bank as the heartland of a future independent state. Annexing large chunks of this territory would all but destroy the faint remaining hopes of a two-state solution. And Haaretz is reporting that Netanyahu specifically stated that “the target date for beginning annexation is July 1, and we don’t intend to change it”…
 
The Americans said recently that they’re prepared for annexation “within weeks.” Under the coalition agreement between Likud and Kahol Lavan, on July 1 – meaning in a month’s time – Netanyahu will be able to “bring the agreement reached with the United States on the issue of applying sovereignty to a debate in the security cabinet and the full cabinet, and for the approval of the cabinet and/or the Knesset.” On Monday, Netanyahu told a meeting of Likud’s Knesset faction, in response to an MK’s question, that “the target date for beginning annexation is July 1, and we don’t intend to change it.” He added that “this is an opportunity that can’t be missed.” READ MORE http://endoftheamericandream.com/archives/the-big-war-between-israel-and-her-enemies-could-begin-as-soon-as-july-1st
 
The Big War Between Israel And Her Enemies Could Begin As Soon As July 1st
May 26, 2020 by Michael Snyder
The level of tension in the Middle East is sky high right now, and it is about to go even higher.  On Monday, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said that he would move ahead with a plan to annex portions of the West Bank in the months ahead. The coalition agreement that he reached with Blue and White chairman Benny Gantz allows him to submit annexation for a vote as early as July, and if Netanyahu is actually going to do this it will almost certainly happen before the U.S. election in November.  The Trump administration is prepared to support Israel’s annexation under certain conditions, but a Biden administration would be 100 percent opposed to such a move.  So Netanyahu realizes that this opportunity may never come again, and he is fully prepared to seize the moment.  But of course if Israel does annex large portions of the West Bank, that could easily spark a huge regional war.
 
Needless to say, the Palestinians and their allies will never, ever accept the annexation of any West Bank territory, but Netanyahu seems absolutely determined to move ahead with his plans.  The following comes from Time Magazine…
 
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on Monday pledged to annex parts of the occupied West Bank in the coming months, vowing to move ahead with the explosive plan despite a growing chorus of condemnations by key allies.
 
The Palestinians, with wide international backing, seek the entire West Bank as the heartland of a future independent state. Annexing large chunks of this territory would all but destroy the faint remaining hopes of a two-state solution.
 
And Haaretz is reporting that Netanyahu specifically stated that “the target date for beginning annexation is July 1, and we don’t intend to change it”…
 
The Americans said recently that they’re prepared for annexation “within weeks.” Under the coalition agreement between Likud and Kahol Lavan, on July 1 – meaning in a month’s time – Netanyahu will be able to “bring the agreement reached with the United States on the issue of applying sovereignty to a debate in the security cabinet and the full cabinet, and for the approval of the cabinet and/or the Knesset.” On Monday, Netanyahu told a meeting of Likud’s Knesset faction, in response to an MK’s question, that “the target date for beginning annexation is July 1, and we don’t intend to change it.” He added that “this is
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From: DunggateMay-28 2:16 PM 
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Brenda,

The previous post regarding Israel is lengthy but you will no doubt want to be brought to your attention.

Elaine

 

 
From: DunggateMay-28 2:17 PM 
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Hi sparrow,

Bringing to your attention the previous article. It is lengthy but I know you will want to be aware.

Elaine

 

 
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