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BBC Admits a Left-Wing Bias
Executives of the British Broadcasting Corp. (BBC) have admitted that it is
anti-American, and more sensitive to Muslims than to others, according to a leaked
document published in the London Daily Mail. One BBC official said at a secret meeting
last month that the Bible, but not the Koran, could just as well be thrown into the
Israel's Response to Growing Nuke Threat
By IsraelNationalNews.com & Ha'aretz
Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad announced that Iran's nuclear capabilities
continue to grow despite western intervention seeking to halt the nuclear program.
Referring to the "enemies who seek to prevent us must know that today, our nuclear
capabilities are ten times more than they were at this time a year ago," stated
Ahmadinejad to supporters in southern Tehran.
Iran has launched a second batch of centrifuges at its pilot nuclear fuel plant despite
possible UN Security Council sanctions, diplomats said.
Tehran fired up the new cascade of 164 interconnected centrifuges, which can enrich
uranium for either power plant or nuclear bomb fuel, earlier this month to go with an
initial network of 164, they said.
While the 164 centrifuges of the new facility were not producing enriched uranium, even
the decision to "dry test" them showed Iran's defiance of the Security Council.
Prime Minister Ehud Olmert warned Monday that Israel would not tolerate Iranian threats to
its existence in remarks more blunt than ever before.
Olmert pushed for a united international response against Iran's continuing nuclear
activities, seeking to isolate Ahmadinejad, who announced that Iran's nuclear capabilities
continue to grow despite western intervention seeking to halt the nuclear program.
Assurances by the Iranian president that the nuclear technology would be used solely
for peaceful domestic use have not swayed Israeli officials, who maintain Iran is building
a nuclear weapon.
Speaking at a business conference Monday, Olmert said Israel considers Iran to be the
greatest threat to its survival, one that the world should not be ignoring. Ahmadinejad
has repeatedly called for Israel to be "wiped off the map," and Iran currently has in its
arsenal ballistic missiles capable of reaching the Jewish State.
The JTA news service quoted Olmert as saying Israeli forces are indeed preparing to
deal with the Iranian threat, with the prime minister warning last week that there would
be "a price to pay" if the Islamic Republic does not end its nuclear activities.
"Our soldiers will be trained to counter the threats facing Israel, first and foremost
the Iranian threat, and we have already begun with that task," Olmert reportedly told a
meeting of Kadima party members.
Olmert: The world must not 'bury its head in the sand' on Iran. Olmert appealed to the
international community on Monday to Ahmadinejad, saying the world must not "bury its head
in the sand" while he calls for Israel's destruction.
"It is inconceivable that ... a member of the United Nations continues to be received
throughout the world as a legitimate leader while he stands up and says that another UN
member state should be wiped off the map," Olmert told a business conference.
"We shall never repeat the mistakes of 60 years ago of burying our heads in the sand,
ignoring what was being heard then when it was still possible to save lives," he added, in
an allusion to the Nazis who killed 6 million Jews in Europe.
Israel considers Iran to be the greatest threat to its survival, and rejects Tehran's
claim that its nuclear program is peaceful. Ahmadinejad has repeatedly called for the
Jewish state's destruction, and Iran already has ballistic missiles capable of carrying
payloads to Israel.
In Israel's sharpest warning yet, Olmert warned last week that Tehran would have "a
price to pay" if it does not back down from its atomic ambitions.
Olmert did not specifically threaten to cripple Iran's nuclear program in a military
strike, as it did 25 years ago in Iraq when it bombed an unfinished nuclear reactor there.
But he has been saying the Iranians "have to be afraid" of the consequences of their
Military experts have questioned Israel's ability to destroy Iran's nuclear facilities,
which unlike Iraq's in 1981 are scattered among installations, some hidden underground.
But they have said Israel could set the program back years by striking several of the
However, while the prime minister warned the world that Israel would not stand by in
the face of an existential threat from Iran, party colleague and Vice Premier Shimon Peres
was working to downplay Olmert's remarks.
"Israel has never shown aggressive intentions," Peres said in an interview on Channel 2
TV. "I don't think we must be, or are capable of being the ones to deal with this issue,"
he said. Both Israel and the U.S. have not ruled out military action as a last resort if
diplomatic efforts fail to end Iran's nuclear activities.
Speaking about the Iranian threat, the prime minister said that Israel is facing a
situation unprecedented in international politics since its establishment. "Since World
War II, since the Holocaust, it has not happened that a leader of a United Nations member
state would rise and declare openly that he calls for the destruction of another UN member
state," he said.
Book: Israel Founded Using Counterfeit UK Banknotes
Scotland on Sunday reported that a new book revealed that more than £130 million
($164 million) worth of British banknotes forged by the Nazis was used by the Jewish
underground to help establish Israel.
According to the report, the book said wads of notes, which the Germans had forged by
concentration camp inmates, ended up being used after the Second World War to pay for the
transport of Jews to then British-occupied Palestine, and to buy weapons for the emerging
Israeli armed forces.
The Scotland on Sunday report said the new book, which has been published in the USA
and Germany and was written by a former Time magazine journalist, details how the Nazis
sought to undermine the British economy and what became of the cash they produced.
According to the book, the Germans produced £132 million ($166 million) of forged
Bank of England notes during the Second World War as part of a plan to destroy the British
economy. While the plan ultimately failed to deal the UK a fatal blow, it nevertheless
frightened the Bank of England into withdrawing all notes worth more than £5 ($6.30)
from circulation until the 1960s.
The book said the notes were produced by a team of forgers and printing experts
gathered from among Jewish concentration camp inmates. In the book, Krueger's Men,
Lawrence Malkin reveals how some of the cash ended up in the hands of the Jewish
underground at the end of the Second World War.
The Nazis laundered millions of pounds through a series of schemes including using
business figures in occupied Europe who had concealed their Jewish origins. One of these
businessmen was Yaakov Levy, a successful jeweler and art expert in pre-war Germany.
In the weeks following the end of the war in Europe in May 1945, Levy got supplies to
Jewish refugees in Northern Italy who were fleeing south in hope of traveling to Israel.
He also handed out large wads each containing about £50,000 ($63,000) of fake cash
to organizers looking to help Jewish Holocaust survivors get from Europe to Israel.
In his book, which draws on new information from UK, US, German and Israeli archives,
Malkin wrote: "The Jewish underground wanted van Harten's (Levy's) money and did not care
whether it was counterfeit or real. They passed the bogus pounds to supply Holocaust
survivors and help the Brichah (Jewish escape organization) smuggle more refugees to
Palestine. On the international arms market, they used the money to buy weapons for Jews
arming themselves against the British and then the Arabs."
World War III: Their Words
By Ed Ziegler (Commentary, Part 2)
It is so easy to ignore a war when we do not see how it affects us. Knowing what we
will be doing day in and day out is very comfortable. All we need to be concerned with is
our health and avoiding accidents. Then we can stay in our own personal cocoon and deny
the possibility of a World War.
In 1925 and 1926 Hitler published his two volumes of Mein Kampf. He presented his
intentions of warring against France and her allies. In spite of knowing Hitler's plan
Britain and France pursued a fruitless policy of appeasement.
Hitler clearly exhibited vicious hatred toward the Jewish people. During the 1930s many
German Jews ignored Hitler's rhetoric. These Jews refused to take heed in what was being
said since it was easier to think it had nothing to do with them. Unfortunately, they felt
safe in their personal cocoon.
At the end of World War II we thought we learned from the six million Jews who died at
the hands of the Nazis. It made us feel strong to say "Never Again." Hopefully, we will
"Remember" and pay attention to what is being said this time. The Islamic terrorists do
mean what they are saying
In July 2006 the Ayatollah Kazem al-Hussein al-Haeri, an Islamic cleric living in Iran,
said, "The battle is all of Islam against all of the nonbelievers."
Then we have what the Khalifah Institute said. "Muslim brothers and sisters, in the
name of Allah you are called to jihad." In its Islamic World.net web site it stated, "A
series of messages are provided for use in the worldwide struggle to establish a truly and
fully Islamic world."
According to the Associated Press on July 27, 2006 Al-Qaida's second in command, Ayman
al-Zawahri, issued a worldwide call for Muslims to rise up in a holy war against Israel
and join the fighting in Lebanon and Gaza until Islam reigns from "Spain to Iraq."
Note To regain from "Spain to Iraq" the terrorists need to take over not only Israel
but approximately 15 other countries including Greece, Italy and France. Taking control
from "Spain to Iraq" is a significant portion of the world.
On September 28, 2006, AP reported an audio tape was released by the Al Qaeda leader in
Iraq Abu Hanza al-Muhajir. He was calling for scientists, nuclear, biological and
explosive experts to join the holy war. It is well known that Iran's President Mahmoud
Ahmadinejad wants Iran to have nuclear power. The UN is very concerned that Iran really
wants to build atomic bombs. Are you aware that Iran has purchased missiles from North
Korea that can travel 1550 miles and reach Europe? What is Iran preparing for?
Sayeed Abdul A'la Maududi, wrote in one of his pieces, Jihad in Islam "Islam wishes to
destroy all states and governments anywhere on the face of the earth which are opposed to
the ideology and program of Islam regardless of the country or the Nation which rules it.
The purpose of Islam is to set up a State on the basis of its own ideology and program,
regardless of which nation assumes the role of the standard bearer of Islam or the rule of
which nation is undermined in the process of the establishment of an ideological Islamic
If you are considering, in the slightest, that the above information is insufficient to
convince you that Islamic terrorists are open to a World War and want to take over the
world consider what former Secretary of State Henry Kissinger wrote in his Sept 13, 2006
column in the Washington Post. Kissinger warned that Europe and the United States must
unite to head off a "war of civilizations" arising from a nuclear-armed Middle East -- a
potential "global catastrophe."
Kissinger also wrote "the big threat lay in the erosion of nation states and the
emergence of transnational groups. Iran was at the center of the challenge, with its
support for Hizbullah, radical Shiite groups in Iraq and its nuclear program."
You have a choice. Go into your own personal cocoon and ignore what many authorities
believe is reality or become concerned. Look beyond your local media because they can only
allocate limited space to what is occurring throughout the world. Become highly informed
and follow what is happening worldwide on a daily basis. Remember, "Never Again." World
War III is everyone's concern regardless of his or her faith.
(Ed Ziegler is a board Member of the New Jewish Congregation in the Villages, Florida, and a past president of its brotherhood. He can be reached at EZ14@comcast.net.)
Two-Thirds of U.S. Religious Hate Crimes Against Jews
More than two-thirds of religious hate crimes compiled by the FBI were against Jews,
WorldNetNews.com reported. Only 11.1 percent of the crimes were anti-Muslim, despite
recent claims by Muslims of rampant bias against them.
Half of the crimes resulted in assaults against the victims, while the rest usually
involved intimidation. Sixty percent of the offenders were white and 20 percent were
black, but no breakdown was available concerning the identity of those attacking Jews.
Jordan River in Your Bathtub
Just in time for the Christmas shopping season, Yarden Nahara Ltd., an Israeli company,
announced the launch of a line of bath and body care products developed for "Christian
women and people of deep spiritual faith". The Nahara Collection is the only line of
beauty care products available in the world today that is made with water drawn from the
Nahara, which means "River" in ancient Aramaic, the language spoken by Jesus, is the
first cosmetics company ever to extract water from the Jordan River for use in its
products after consulting with local authorities. Drawing on the deep, spiritual history
of the Jordan River, Nahara hopes to transform the essence carried within this ancient
river into a line of bath and body care products.
The Jordan River is one of the most sacred places, both historically and symbolically,
for Christians and other pilgrims to Israel throughout the world. According to the Bible,
Joshua, Elijah, Elisha, John the Baptist and Jesus all crossed it during their lifetimes.
For Christians, the most momentous event associated with the Jordan River is
unquestionably the baptism of Jesus by John the Baptist.
"We have worked diligently so that as women of faith use our products, they will
experience the sensation of immersing themselves in the purifying waters of the Jordan
River, thereby enjoying a virtual baptism and rebirth in the privacy of their own home,"
says Ronit Tzelnik, co-founder and joint CEO of Nahara.
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