Bibi Hits Back at the Dhimmi Dimwitted EU


Great post from Israel  Matzav! Absolutely great.

Netanyahu hits back at Europeans; "We will not allow any external dictates regarding our borders"

["Prime Minister Netanyahu hit back at the European Union on Tuesday, saying that those who claim to be concerned about the World's stability ought to first be concerned about Syria's civil war and Iran's march to nuclear weapons.

"As Israel's prime minister, I will not allow hundreds of thousands of Israelis living in Judea, Samaria, the Golan Heights and our united capital of Jerusalem be harmed," he said.
He did not, however, elaborate on how he would fight against the move to restrict EU cooperation only to entities inside the pre-1967 lines.

"We will not accept any external dictates regarding our borders," he said.]

read the rest here.

A Message to Obama from a former Egyptian Parliamentarian

"Dont back the MB, this is not a coup"

Full transcript here.


Obama's Ambassador orders Egypt to release all Muslim Brotherhood members

["Yesterday El Fagr reported that, during their most recent phone conversation, U.S. ambassador Anne Patterson demanded that Egyptian General Sisi release all Muslim Brotherhood members currently being held for questioning: “And when Sisi rejected this order, the American ambassador began threatening him that Egypt will turn into another Syria and live through a civil war, to which Sisi responded violently: ‘Neither you nor your country can overcome Egypt and its people.’”

Moreover, the day before the Salafi party withdrew from negotiations with the new Egyptian government, Al Nahar reported that Patterson had “incited them [the Nour Party, the Salafi party] to tamper with the political scene and the road map and to threaten to withdraw from political participation if Dr. Muhammad Baradei becomes elected as Prime Minister…”
Apparently, these are the “many forms of pressure” that Patterson earlier assured Hishan Qandil the U.S. would use to reinstate the Brotherhood."]

--read the rest at Doc's Talk.

Bad Guys vs. Bad Guys in Syria

[Both sides fighting in Syria are bad.]

From the Gloria Center-

New Moderates! Syrian Rebels, Iranian President, and the Taliban!

Key excerpt:

["If the United States supplies enough weapons to just keep the rebels going, that would be one thing. But American policymakers are likely to be carried away — as often happens to Americans in this situation — and to see rebel victory as the equivalent of good, the heroic freedom fighters battling for the liberation of puritanical Sharia.

It doesn’t seem to bother a lot of people to support an anti-Semitic, anti-Christian, anti-woman, anti-gay movement that has already committed atrocities, whose leading organization once collaborated with the Nazis, and about 20 percent of which consists of al-Qaeda supporters.

We have just seen the proliferation of weapons and terrorists following the U.S.-sponsored support of Islamists after the Iraq, Libya, and Afghanistan wars. Moreover, don’t count the rebels out yet, despite the hysteria claiming that Assad is winning — five weeks ago, everyone claimed the rebels were winning.

Also — while I don’t want the Syrian regime to win — let’s remember that two short years ago the Obama administration was courting Syria as a potential ally, treating what was still a dreaded dictatorship as if it was one step from singing “Yankee Doodle Dandy.”]

--read the full article here.

[...It doesn’t seem to bother a lot of people to support an anti-Semitic, anti-Christian, anti-woman, anti-gay movement that has already committed atrocities, whose leading organization once collaborated with the Nazis, and about 20 percent of which consists of al-Qaeda supporters."]

One Very "Clueless" Israeli IDF General


[Maj.-Gen. Nitzan Alon]

According to the article written by Caroline Glick, this particular Israeli IDF general is bad for Israel and actually seems to be working against his own country.

Glick writes:

["Alon's strategy for dealing with the violence is not to do his job - deploy forces judiciously to defend the country and its citizens from our enemies.

His strategy is to pressure the government to surrender to all of the PLO's territorial and political demands."]

--read her full article here.

Caroline Glick echoes the same livid angry frustration with Alon expressed by many in Israel.

The Times of Israel gives this account of the reaction to statements made by Alon by MK Moti Yogev:

[“The political statements by the GOC Central Command are excessive and cross the line for a senior officer in the IDF. His role…  is to eliminate dangers, threats and terrorism, and to prepare military forces…” MK Moti Yogev is quoted as saying, adding that if Alon had a problem with that assignment he should “turn in his uniform and find work in the Israeli foreign service.”]

General Alon's job is to "eliminate dangers, threats, terrorism, and prepare military forces".

If he won't do that he should "turn in his uniform".

But according to these reports Alon seems to have very flawed ideas about how to support and protect his fellow citizens in Judea and Samaria.

Alon's statements have also been slammed by PM Netanyahu.

Abbas Sticks His Finger in the Eye of the U.S. Congress

In addition there is also this:

 -from Palwatch:

["Palestinian Authority leader Mahmoud Abbas has defied senior members of US Congress by announcing his refusal to dismiss a senior PA official who glorified a murderer.

FollowingPalestinian Media Watch's report last month that Abbas' advisor and Head of the PA's NGO Authority, Sultan Abu Al-Einein, glorified the murderer of an Israeli just three days after the killing, five members of the US Congress sent a letter to PA Chairman Mahmoud Abbas demanding that the PA official be removed from office:

"We ask that you publicly and officially denounce and condemn Mr. Al-Einein's remarks at once and remove him from his position in your government."
The letter was signed by Reps. Ed Royce, Eliot Engel, Nita Lowey, Ted Deutch, and Brad Sherman. PA official Abu Al-Einein had praised the murderer with the following words:

"We salute the heroic fighter... Blessings to the breast that nursed [him]."

Abbas has now announced that he will not remove Abu Al-Einein from his position, and likewise rejected Congress' demand for condemnation."]

--read full report here.