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Arab Rapists Called Teenage Victim a `Stinking Jewess'

By IsraelNationalNews.com

Six Arab men from Kalansua, Lod and Taibeh were indicted Sunday for the brutal rape of a 16-year-old girl two weeks ago in Netanya.

The men, ages 20-25, allegedly attempted to flirt with the girl and a friend as the two sat together and drank vodka, but were rejected. The men then waited until the girls were drunk, robbed them, attacked them, and took them to a nearby beach.

One of the girls fought off her attackers, but the other was unable to do so. The men are accused of raping and beating the victim while hurling anti-Semitic epithets such as "stinking Jewess."


Bush Meets Israeli, PA Leaders Ahead of Mideast Conference

By Paula Wolfson (VOA-White House)

President Bush meets Monday at the White House with Israeli and Palestinian leaders as delegations gather for a U.S. - led Mideast conference in nearby Annapolis, Md.

The conference begins with a dinner at the State Department Monday evening, followed by a full day of talks on Tuesday on the grounds of the U.S. Naval Academy in Annapolis. It will mark the first time in more than a decade that Israelis will sit around a table with representatives of 16 Arab nations and the Arab League.

Among the Arab states pledging to attend the conference are Saudi Arabia and Syria - neither of which recognizes Israel's right to exist. Syria was the last to agree to attend, relaying word on Sunday that it would send a deputy foreign minister.

A spokeswoman for the Israeli government welcomed the news from Damascus and downplayed any disappointment that the Syrians refused to send a higher level official.

Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice, who is hosting the Annapolis conference, has spoken of the desire to reach an Israeli-Palestinian peace settlement before Bush leaves office in January 2009

On CNN, Palestinian negotiator Saeb Erekat appeared cautiously optimistic. He said a deal in a year is possible; adding that on both sides there is what he called a "need for peace. I think there is a genuine need on the Israeli side and the Palestinian side. You know, agreements reflect the need. And I think Palestinians and Israelis need to make that historic decision."

He stressed that for the last four months Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Olmert and Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas have been working on the thorniest issues, and a negotiating process is already in place. "And I really believe we don't need to reinvent the wheel. I think it is time for decisions, not the negotiations."

White House National Security Advisor Stephen Hadley said it is clear both sides want the peace process to move forward, adding the Bush administration feels the time is right to bring them together with strong international support.

During a conference call with reporters, Hadley stressed Bush had no intention of imposing a solution or a timetable on anyone. He said Israeli and Palestinian leaders have spoken of their own desire to reach an agreement that will lead to two states living side by side in peace. Hadley said the United States would do all it can to facilitate as they strive to reach that elusive goal, but the parties will chose their own course and make their own decisions.


Saudis Calling Shots at Annapolis

By WorldNetDaily.com

In exchange for Saudi Arabia attending Tuesday's U.S.-sponsored Israeli-Palestinian conference in Annapolis, the Israeli government agreed to recognize the importance of a Saudi-sponsored "peace initiative" in which the Jewish state is called upon to evacuate the strategic Golan Heights, the entire West Bank and eastern sections of Jerusalem, including the Temple Mount, WND has learned.

WND obtained a draft Israeli-Palestinian declaration to be presented at the Annapolis conference and to serve as an official outline of a final settlement between Israel and the Palestinian Authority

The wording is still being negotiated by both sides, but according to Israeli diplomatic sources, Israel agreed to a Saudi request that the declaration document include reference to a Saudi-backed Arab Peace Initiative, first presented in 2002 and reissued earlier this year at a meeting of the Arab League, an umbrella association of Mideast Arab states.

When it was first revealed, the Arab Initiative was heavily criticized by the U.S. and Israel because the text requires the Jewish state to withdrawal from the West Bank and Gaza and allow for the creation of a Palestinian capital in Jerusalem, including the evacuation of the Temple Mount - Judaism's holiest site.

The Initiative also called for a full withdrawal from the Golan Heights, strategic mountainous territory that looks down on Israeli population centers and that was twice used by Syria to launch ground invasions into the Jewish state.

But now Israel has recognized the Arab Initiative as a precondition for Saudi Arabia to attend the Annapolis summit, according to diplomatic sources in Jerusalem.

While Israel doesn't commit itself to the Arab Initiative's requirements, a clause in the current draft of the Israeli-Palestinian declaration slated for the conference and obtained by WND reads: "We recognize the critical supporting role of Arab and Muslim states and the importance of the Arab Peace Initiative." The draft declaration is subject to final changes up to Tuesday's summit.

While many in Washington have high hopes for Annapolis, recent polls here show Israelis are less optimistic. A survey sponsored last week by the Israel Policy Center for Promoting Parliamentary Democracy and Jewish Values in Israeli Public Life found 77 percent of Israelis believe Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas lacked the power to prevent attacks from the West Bank.

Sixty-one percent of the general Israeli public opposes a withdrawal from most of the West Bank and handing the strategic territory to the Palestinians.

If Israel indeed evacuated the West Bank, some 55 percent of Israelis believe Palestinians would use the territory to fire rockets into Jewish population centers, and 65 percent believe there is a high or very high chance Hamas would take control of the area, according to the new poll. Hamas leaders in recent days warned their terror group would take over the West Bank if Israel withdrew.


Olmert, 1994: Jerusalem, Hebron Under Full Israeli Sovereignty

By IsraelNationalNews.com

In honor of Prime Minister Ehud Olmert's participation in the Annapolis summit, the Hebron Jewish Community released a video of a speech Olmert gave at a gathering for Hebron 13 years ago.

Olmert spoke then, just a year after the signing of the Oslo Agreement, of the need to stand together against those who offer to give away parts of the Land of Israel, "because those who say now that we should give away some parts and keep others will in the end give away the others as well."

Olmert apparently plans to promise to give away parts of Jerusalem and most of Judea and Samaria in the negotiations being launched at the summit. In 1994, Olmert said "There are those who say that there are some parts of the Land of Israel that cannot be given up and others that can. [They say] with the same light-headedness that they are willing to give up some. They will also propose, at some time in the future, giving up the others.

"I have come here this evening with my deputies from the Jerusalem municipality to say in the name of the large majority of the residents of Jerusalem that Hebron and Jerusalem are together in the struggle for the Land of Israel. Whoever fights for the integrity of Jerusalem and our sole sovereignty there must also fight for Jewish Hebron under Israeli sovereignty.

"On the day that we decide - [pause] - not us; someone else decides - that Hebron is not ours, he is at the same time decreeing the beginning of concessions in Jerusalem. We must not allow anyone this option. We must not allow any government this chance.

"Together, Hebron and Jerusalem, the Land of Israel. We are not fighting here for geography, though that is something very important. We are not fighting here for territory, though that is something very important. We are fighting for history, faith, tradition, and the rights of our forefathers. We are fighting for the unbreakable bonds between the Nation of Israel and the Land of Israel, and between the past and the future for ourselves and for our children who will come after us in this land..."

Olmert then predicted that the days of the government then in power, headed by the late Yitzchak Rabin, were numbered. He said that those in power "should know that the result of all their great hopes and fancy ceremonies and great fantasies, will be nothing but piles of ruins of a lost way, of blurred conceptions, and lack of thought."


Rice Choreographed the Annapolis Lynching

By Emanuel A. Winston (Commentary)

Every time America's Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice and her underhanded propaganda mechanics leaked misleading information about the Annapolis Lynching. I tried to cut through the lies. First Rice floated the idea that the "reformed Terrorist" Mahmoud Abbas was finally there as an "honest partner" for Israel's Prime Minister Ehud Olmert to deal with.

While she yapped about the "inevitable peace," she offered up the "division of Jerusalem" so Israel's opposition would focus on that primarily, while she colluded with Saudi Arabia, Syria and the PLO's Fatah to divide Israel's heartland, Judea and Samaria, from the rest of Israel as her first, main target.

Many of us saw through that ploy. All the while Rice whipped and tugged on her trembling poodle, Prime Minister Olmert, to obey or have his nose pushed into his own dirt. He trembled and obeyed despite knowing he was not only selling out the Jewish nation but also the inevitable dead and wounded to follow.

Then Rice floated the idea that Bush himself was starting to go against her idea of bring every enemy Israel and the Jews had into one big Conference Room. That proved to be a lie, no doubt, on the advice of James Baker III, Papa Bush's Secretary of State, whose past meets the qualification of a Grand Inquisitor for the Catholic Church during the Inquisition.

The Queen "B" floated the idea that the Annapolis Lynching may be postponed for a year. That was so blatant that even the Jews and Christians of wishful thinkers knew they were being suckered. They knew that her intention was to give us all false hope and call off the opposition to dicing Israel into edible pieces for the terrorists and satisfy Saudi Arabia.

Now you know that the lies piled upon lies was a carefully calculated plan by Rice, the Arabist State Department, James Baker - all with the approval of Bush himself…

All the promises to eviscerate Israel's heartland have been on-going non-stop, despite the leaks that Saudi Arabia or Syria (hopefully) will not attend. The Rice Perfidy was plain for all to see and now the Queen "B" swings the cleaver. Once again the "Final Solution to the Jewish Question" is on the butcher block as happened at Wannsee under Heydrich and Eichmann.

Israel and her Jews are intended (by this bunch of UN-holy ghouls) to meet the fate of extinction IF C. Rice and the rest of the world have their way with them.

Even as the Islamists of the Arab world promise on their Korans to not only kill off Israel and America as well, the Quislings of American governance join them, ignoring their own peril.

As I have said for years, hopefully God's patience has worn thin and will take retribution upon the nations and their leaders for trying to destroy His handiwork and his people.

"NEVER FORGET! NEVER FORGIVE!"


IDF Psychiatrist (res.) Indicted for Attempting to Spy for Iran

By IsraelNationalNews.com

An IDF psychiatrist who serves as a reserve major in the army's medical corps, has been charged with trying to spy for the country that is most invested in destroying the State of Israel.

Maj. (res.) David Shamir, a 45-year-old resident of central Israel, was indicted in a Tel Aviv District Court Friday with offering his services as a spy for Iran and other foreign agents, for a fee. The charges include attempts at spying, contact with a foreign agent and obstruction of justice. He was arrested by the General Security Service (Shin Bet) and the Police International Investigation Unit, which specializes in international security offenses.

The prosecution alleged that during his reserve service, Shamir saw classified materials, including emergency Medical Corps plans that showed the distribution of medical corps and control centers, plans for evacuation of civilians in case of a missile attack and various operational and intelligence assessments.

Shamir contacted the Iranian Foreign Office in April after deciding to sell the information to foreign agents in exchange for money. Several days later, the charge sheet continues, "he was contacted by the elements he had contacted." In August, he sent a fax with a similar offer from his home to the Iranian consulate in London and in Turkey. Having received no response, he allegedly re-sent the faxes in October.

The would-be spy also allegedly contacted FSB, the Russian intelligence agency, expressing his willingness to serve and asking about the recruitment process for spies. On November 3, he also contacted the Hamas-controlled al-Azhar university in Gaza, saying he was an Israeli "interested in joining the struggle."

A search of Shamir's home turned up documents that backed up the allegations, and defense officials said the would-be spy confessed to having emailed the Iranian Foreign Ministry. He admitted to offering himself as an Israeli citizen and IDF officer with numerous contacts and who was interested in cooperating with the Islamic Republic for a fee. The cooperation never materialized, according to Israeli officials.


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