Netanyahu’s Son Called Islam as A Terror Religion

Yair Netanyahu also hoped there will be no Palestinian state.

The hardline position of Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has likely descended to his eldest son, Yair Netanyahu. Haaretz daily newspaper reported yesterday the 19 year-old boy wrote in his Facebook page that Islam is a terror religion.

The cynical comment against the religion embraced by more than one billion people wrote after five Jewish settlers in the West Bank had been stabbed until dead by a Palestinian man. “Terror has a religion and it is Islam,” said Yair who currently under military service. Continue reading

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Scout Israel’s Biological Weapon Factory

Israel’s Institute of Biological research (IIBR) produces poisons which used to kill Palestinian leaders.

Nobody knows that kind of activities inside that building. Drivers passing the Tel Aviv-Rishon Litsion highway only can glimpse briefly toward a mammoth on a hurst. They are allowed to turn up a road to that building.

The building was fenced by cement wall equipped with super tight security system. Off course normally because that was the location of Israel’s Institute of Biological research (IIBR). It’s located about 20 kilometers south of Tel Aviv. The institute is the top secret military installation in the Zionist state. By the military stiffed-censor, press could not seek any information about it. Continue reading

Mahmud Zahar: “Armed Resistance is the Best Way to Obliterate Israel”

This June is the fourth year of the Israel’s total blockade against the Gaza Strip occupied by Hamas. Actually, the isolation was imposed since the hard-liner group won the election on January 25, 2006.

Though live in desperate conditions and insecure, the founder and the leader of Hamas in the Gaza Strip insisted that armed resistance is the best way to expel the occupier Israel from the land of Palestine. Not by negotiation such as committed by their contender Fatah, led by the President of the Palestinian Authority Mahmud Rida Abbas. Continue reading

Ahmad Yusuf: “Reconciliation is Not a Tactic to Avoid Revolution”

The reconciliation process between Hamas and Fatah is on going. There are signs that the two biggest factions in Palestine move toward a peace deal. It was seemed from the commitment of the PA President Mahmud Abbas who is not willing to participate in the next election. He also showed a positive gesture by his willingness to visit the Gaza Strip.

Hamas and Fatah split since June 2007 when the national unity government was dismissed. That development followed with the Israeli blockade against the Strip which has 1.5 million populations. Continue reading

Abdul Aziz Dweik: “There Need a Regime Change in Palestine”

The Palsetinian people were anger after the release of the Palestine papers which is about the falseness from the chief negotiators, such as Saeb Erekat and Ahmad Qureia. They launched protests in the West Bank and the Gaza Strip.

The Palestinian leaders, included Hamas, have blamed them for the untrue story of the negotiations with Israel. Even, the chairman of the Palestinian Legislative Council Abdul Aziz Dweik called for a regime change in Palestine. Continue reading

Temporary Marriage in Hizbullah Community

The period of contract is between an hour until a year.

Syiah taught allows temporary marriage (mut’ah). But for Hizbullah which is the most powerful arms group in South Libanon, mut’ah has become a measure to strengthen support from Syiah community.

According to Muhammad, a Syiah who live in the suburb of southern Beirut, Hizbullah has enpowered their root of support in the society. “You can create the most loyalist troops by providing them political power, public service, and sexual need,” said the 40 year-old man. Continue reading

Orchard Operation, Mossad Mission

Mossad has used virus to secretly steal data about Syrian nuclear reactor.

Israeli fighter jet

Ramat David Air Base, south of the port city, of Haifa, Israel, September 5, 2007. Ten pilot was ordered to prepare for emergency exercise with F-15 aircrafts are called “Raam”, means thunder in Hebrew language.

The order issued a few minutes prior to 11.00 pm was a routine. Then, the ten F-15 flew westward to Mediterranean Sea. Three of them were ordered to return home, while the remaining seven continued flying northeast toward the nearby Syrian border. Continue reading