Saturday, October 14, 2006

war and peace

Whilst the defenders in the UK are busy accidentally not mentioning Israeli crimes, the Zionist entity keeps on terrorizing Palestinians during the holy month of Ramadan. Airstrikes killed at least six people, whilst fifteen others were injured. In Jerusalem, the Zionazi prevented hundred from attending prayer at the Al-Aqsa Mosque as angry protestors used ladders in an attempt to get over the apartheid wall. The Zionazi forces attacked using stun grenades, tear gas, rubber bullets and water cannons. They cited ‘security concerns’ as the reason for preventing anybody under 45 from attending prayers. It is the same ‘security concerns’ which have prevented food and medicine from entering Gaza and forcing most Palestinians to the brink of destitution.

Meanwhile George Soros, together with two other US ‘tycoons’ is reported to be setting up an alternative dovish Jewish lobby that promotes Israeli-Palestinian dialogue, in contrast to AIPAC which has been hostile to all peace efforts.

The “Jewish Telegraph Agency” (JTA) reports that a Soros staffer met recently with senior representatives of the dovish pro-Israel community to discuss setting an alternative lobby to APAC. The JTA goes on to say that Soros will attend a follow-on meeting later this month, and that Edgar and Charles Bronfman, along with other Jewish philanthropists and activists, have been invited to attend.

Soros is on the liberal side of the US political spectrum. He supports Israeli-Palestinian dialogue, and recently called on Israel to recognize Hamas. In his latest book “The Age of Fallibility: Consequences of the War on Terror”, he describes how he tried to persuade the late Prime Minister Yitzhak Rabin to enter into negotiations with Hamas, and compared the terrorist organization to the Solidarity trade union, which paved the way to democracy in Poland.

A Jewish activist said that Soros and other tycoons were only prepared to listen at this stage. They have agreed to attend a meeting of Jewish activists unhappy with AIPAC’s hard line, and want to boost awareness of what they call a “sane Jewish voice” in the US. The meeting is scheduled for October 26.


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