Archive for January, 2009

Christian Identity Exposed

Posted in Christianity, Islam, Israel, Israeli, Jewish History, News with tags , , , , , on January 14, 2009 by Michael Burks

Christian Identity is a cult religion that pretends to be Christian. Many Christian Identity followers are what is known as “Two Seed-Line”, which is actually based on an on Jewish Cult Sect of Judaism. This is funny since CI followers believe and teach that Jews are “children of the devil”.

In truth, CI was a cult sect which was founded and based off another cult sect known as British Israelism. One of the forefathers of British Israelism was Richard Brothers, who later was proved to be insane.

 One of the early backers of CI in America was Kenneth Goff, an ex-communist. After failing to make an impact in the “left-wing” ungodly world, Goff choose to become a racist, “exposing” Jews as “evil beings”. Goff before becoming CI, followed the Christian cult sect known as Scientology. He also claimed to write books he never did. CI leaders such as long time con-man Thom Robb, were influenced by Goff.

For a good read on lies found in CI, please read this.


Palestinian faction supports military actions against Israel from Lebanon

Posted in Christianity, Islam, Israel, Israeli, Jewish History, Middle East, News, Religion with tags , , on January 14, 2009 by Michael Burks

 BEIRUT, Jan. 14 (Xinhua) — The Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine (PFLP) announced Wednesday that it supports any military action against Israel from Lebanese territories, in retaliation for the Israeli war on Gaza, local Elnashra website reported.

    “The front supports any military action from Lebanese territories against Israel in retaliation for the crimes committed by Israel against the Palestinian people in Gaza,” PFLP political bureau member Abu Ahmad Fouad said in a statement.

    Fouad however set conditions for any military act from Lebanon to be “in coordination with the Islamic resistance under Hezbollah command.”

    He added that Hezbollah is closely following up the situation in Gaza, and has a working plan accordingly.

    “Hezbollah is on a high state of alert to support Gaza at the right time, and in coordination with the Palestinian factions,” he said, stressing full support to Hezbollah’s decision.

    The statement was released following a rocket attack against northern Israel this morning from south Lebanon, which prompted an Israeli response by firing back artillery shells on southern areas.

    Hezbollah denied any involvement in the rocket attack, while fingers were pointed at radical Palestinian factions including PFLP.     



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Iran tones down – proves they are cowards

Posted in Christianity, Islam, Israel, Israeli, Jewish History, Middle East, News, Religion, Uncategorized, World News with tags , , , , , , , , , on January 13, 2009 by Michael Burks

Israelis pull into Gaza

Posted in Christianity, Islam, Israel, Israeli, Jewish History, News, World News with tags , , , , , , , on January 13, 2009 by Michael Burks

Full story here

Israeli troops have entered the suburbs of Gaza City and are engaged in street fighting with militants, reports say.

Witnesses said Israeli special forces had advanced several hundred metres into several neighbourhoods and that intense gunfire could be heard.

Earlier, Israeli planes attacked more targets in Gaza as Israel’s offensive against Hamas entered an 18th day.

A UN watchdog meanwhile accused Israel of showing a “manifest disrespect” for the protection of children in Gaza.

The UN Committee on the Rights of the Child said more than 40% of those killed in Gaza were women or children, even though the Israeli government had signed a UN protocol condemning attacks on places where children were likely to be present.

The attacks would have a severe emotional and psychological effect on an entire generation of children in Gaza, it added.

A Palestinian human rights group earlier said more than 90,000 people had fled their homes during the conflict.

Palestinian medical officials say more than 40 people were killed on Tuesday, and that the emergency services have been unable to reach many of the areas targeted by the Israeli military.

They say that since the offensive began on 27 December, 971 people have been killed in Gaza – of whom 311 were children and 76 were women – and more than 4,400 people have been injured.

Thirteen Israelis have died, three of them civilians, Israel says.

Despite the Israeli offensive, militants in Gaza have kept up rocket attacks on southern Israel. The Israeli army said on Tuesday that 25 mortars and rockets had been fired out of Gaza and that Israeli war planes had carried out more than 50 air strikes since the morning.

Israel says it will not call off its offensive until it has stopped the rocket attacks and prevented arms being smuggled into Gaza.

Israeli troops enter the Gaza Strip (12.1.09)
Israel wants to stop militants firing rockets across the Gaza border

Talat Jad, a resident of the Gaza City suburb of Tal al-Hawa, said he and 15 members of his family had gathered in one room of their house, too frightened to look out of the window.

“We even silenced our mobile phones because we were afraid the soldiers in the tanks could hear them,” he said.

Analysts say Israel may be holding back from all-out urban warfare in Gaza City.

Intense street fighting could complicate truce efforts and cause heavy casualties on both sides, which they say would be a politically risky move less than a month before Israel’s parliamentary election.

Diplomatic efforts to achieve a ceasefire are continuing in Cairo, where Egyptian mediators are pressing Hamas – which controls the Gaza Strip – to accept a truce proposal.

Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak also made an unannounced visit on Tuesday to Saudi Arabia, where he discussed the situation with King Abdullah.

The BBC’s Magdi Abdelhadi in Cairo says the meeting indicates that Egypt is seeking Saudi Arabia’s help in persuading Hamas to accept a ceasefire.

Earlier, Hamas spokesman Sami Abu Zuhri said any agreement would have to entail a halt to Israeli attacks, a complete withdrawal of Israeli forces and the opening of border crossings to end the blockade of Gaza.

However, the Israeli foreign ministry said there was no guarantee that Hamas would respect any ceasefire agreement.

Hospital visit

Earlier, the head of the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC), Jakob Kellenberger, visited Gaza to see the humanitarian situation for himself.

Speaking on a tour of Gaza’s main hospital, Mr Kellenberger said he had been saddened by what he had witnessed.

“I wanted to see this hospital and I can only say this is really very sad and it hurts a lot when you see what I’ve just seen,” he said.

Israeli Defence Minister Ehud Barak said the military operation would continue in order to stop Hamas rockets being fired into Israel and to prevent arms smuggling into Gaza.

“We are working towards those two goals while at the same time keeping an eye on the diplomatic initiatives,” he said during a tour of an Israeli air force base.

Destroyed building in Gaza City

Thousands of people have abandoned their homes to escape the offensive

Meanwhile, Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas accused Israel of trying to “wipe out” his people.

“This is the 18th day of the Israeli aggression against our people, which has become more ferocious each day as the number of victims rises,” he said.

“Israel is keeping up this aggression to wipe out our people over there.”

US Secretary of State-designate Hillary Clinton said in her Senate confirmation hearing on Tuesday that the Obama administration would make “every effort” to forge Israeli-Palestinian peace.

“The president-elect and I understand and are deeply sympathetic to Israel’s desire to defend itself under the current conditions, and to be free of shelling by Hamas rockets,” she said.

“However, we have also been reminded of the tragic humanitarian costs of conflict in the Middle East and pained by the suffering of Palestinian and Israeli civilians.”

The Al-Mizan Centre for Human Rights, a Palestinian group, said that more than 90,000 people had abandoned their homes to escape the Israeli bombardment.

Iran threatens foreign traders who support Israel

Posted in Christianity, Jewish History, Religion, Uncategorized with tags , on January 12, 2009 by Michael Burks

TEHRAN, Jan. 12 (Xinhua) — Iran’s government warned that companies of foreign countries dealing with Israel would be punished, Iran’s satellite Press TV reported on Monday.

    “Iranian government has sent a bill to parliament that would hold liable any firm that directly or indirectly aids or abets Israel,” the report said, adding that the bill “finalized by the Ahmadinejad administration on Sunday, will impose sanctions on any foreign firms dealing with Israel or monetarily supporting Israeli interests.”

    The report added that there would be punitive measures for those companies if the Iranian parliament passes the bill.

    Since the Israeli offensive on Gaza began on Dec. 27, 2008, Iran has uninterruptedly condemned the “Zionist regime’s crimes on Gazans” and has incessantly called on the Arab states to break silence in favor of Gazan people.

    Some Iranian officials have also asked the oil-rich Muslim countries to use the oil weapon as a means of pressure against Israel.

    About 900 people in the impoverished Gaza Strip have been killed and more than 3,500 others wounded since the launch of the Israeli raid, which it said was aimed at revenging Hamas rocket and mortar attacks.

    Hamas is an alliance with Iran which does not recognize Israel as a state of the international community.

Saudi lashes out at Israel on Gaza, begs Obama to step in

Posted in Christianity, Jewish History, Religion, Uncategorized with tags , , , , on January 12, 2009 by Michael Burks

RIYADH, Jan 12 (Reuters) – Saudi Arabia accused Israel on Monday of “racist extermination” in its attack on Gaza and expressed hope that incoming U.S. president Barack Obama would work to end the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.

“The cabinet said the extermination Israel is launching upon the Palestinian people in Gaza has denuded Israeli leaders of humanity and places their policies in the ranks of racist extermination,” said a statement carried by the state news agency SPA.

“The cabinet expressed its optimism over the statements of president-elect Barack Obama concerning how affected he was by the humanitarian tragedy in Gaza, and his intention to move in an immediate and orderly fashion towards finding a fair resolution of the Palestinian question.”

Medical officials said the Palestinian death toll in Israeli offensive, which began on Dec. 27, had risen past 900 and included at least 380 civilians. Israel says 13 Israelis have died — three civilians hit by rockets and 10 soldiers.

Obama said on Sunday the deaths of civilians in the fighting were “heartbreaking”, and that his administration would act immediately as a third party that wants to see a fair resolution to the historic conflict.

The Saudi statement said that the cabinet “looks forward to an incoming American administration that is more serious, objective and independent in dealing with the Palestinian issue”, SPA said.

Arab governments have long complained that U.S. administrations lean towards Israel in the conflict.

Saudi Arabia has organised an aid campaign for Palestinians that has gathered over 100 million riyals ($27 million), as the government tries to respond to popular anger over the offensive while preventing street protests.

The Saudi government has refrained from explicitly blaming Hamas for the Israeli offensive, but some writers in Saudi media have attacked Hamas for aligning itself with Shi’ite power Iran. (Editing by Kevin Liffey)

Saudis give aid to Palestinians, but no protests

Posted in Christianity, Jewish History, Religion, Uncategorized with tags , , , , , on January 12, 2009 by Michael Burks

RIYADH (Reuters) – A Saudi aid campaign for Palestinians wounded in Israel’s assault on Gaza has gathered over 100 million riyals ($26.7 million) as the government tries to respond to rising popular anger over the offensive.


Saudi state media has carried prominent coverage of three dozen wounded Palestinians brought to the country for treatment in Saudi hospitals and reported a 30 million riyal donation to the state-run aid campaign by King Abdullah.


But this “protest by charity,” as al-Riyadh daily called it, is the only protest to be found in the conservative kingdom, a lynchpin of U.S. policy in the Middle East that has tried to contain the threat of demonstrations.


The absolute monarchy has no elected parliament or legal opposition and public protests are generally banned.


Minority Shi’ite Muslims in eastern Saudi Arabia say dozens were arrested after a street protest days after Israel began its Gaza offensive on December 27 and that police broke up a second one with rubber bullets and batons.


The protests were reported on a Shi’ite website banned in Saudi Arabia, while the government denied they took place, citing a ban on such activities.


Two political reform activists were detained for trying to hold a sit-in in Riyadh two weeks ago, independent group Human Rights First said in a statement sent to news outlets.


“They considered it a legitimate right,” said a colleague who requested his name be withheld for fear of arrest. He said the Interior Ministry refused to grant permission for the sit-in.


Students at King Abdul-Aziz University in Jeddah say they were denied permission to hold an indoor protest on campus.  Continued…