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Jews intercept one woman’s “Diary With God,” causes her to resign from her government position

April 4, 2007

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County official forced to resign for criticizing israel (VIMP) | Wake Up From Your Slumber

A Cherokee County official has resigned from her position after criticism over comments she made on her Web site about Israel.

Mary Catarineau, who is on the Cherokee County Planning Commission, wrote about dismantling Israel as a way to achieve peace in the Middle East in March 22 entry on her Web site, “My Diary With God.”

And in a March 24 entry, Catarineau wrote that Israel “was artificially created to provide a place for Jews to avoid persecution after the Holocaust. The Holocaust is not going to recur, and Israel has caused nothing but problems. Jews can remain or leave, but give the land back to the Muslims.”


Nancy Pelosi in Israel–again. “Americans have many political differences, but we stand united with Israel now and always.”

April 1, 2007

Pelosi conveying Israel message to Syria | – Houston Chronicle

Pelosi’s opposition to the U.S. war in Iraq was not raised in the
Olmert meeting, Eisin said. But Olmert emphasized to the delegation the
need for further sanctions against Iran to stop it from developing
nuclear weapons, she said.

Pelosi’s visit to Israel is her
second trip to the Middle East since she took over leadership of the
House in January. Other representatives traveling with Pelosi and
Ellison include Democrats Henry Waxman and Tom Lantos of California,
Louise Slaughter of New York and Nick Rahall of West Virginia, and Ohio
Republican David Hobson.

Rahall said both his grandfathers
emigrated to the U.S. from southern Lebanon. He said the purpose of the
trip was to prod all sides toward peace. He said if there is progress
toward peace between Israel and the Palestinians or Syria, “that can
cause an avalanche of peace in the area, and that’s all we want.”

Edgar Bronfman: [Rabbi] “helped himself to cash from the WJC office, my cash . . .”

March 25, 2007

World Jewish Congress (WJC) President Edgar Bronfman says he dismissed Rabbi Israel Singer from the organization last week because Singer was taking money without proper authorization or documentation.

White House Says US Will Not Resume Palestinian Aid

March 18, 2007

The Palestinians put together a new government of two feuding factions – militant Hamas and moderate Fatah – in hopes of getting the United States and its allies to resume financial support.

But the White House says the change is not enough, and the conditions for resumption of aid have not been met.


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March 15, 2007

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Loxism pays

March 12, 2007

Nazi-hunting centre convicted for defamation, French News, France, Expatica

PARIS, March 8, 2007 (AFP) – The Nazi-hunting Simon Wiesenthal Center was convicted of defamation by a Paris court on Thursday for accusing a French-based group of financing Palestinian militants.

The Committee for Charity and Support for the Palestinians (CBSP) filed suit against the centre’s head of international relations, Stanley Trevor Samuels, after he claimed it sent funds to the families of Palestinian suicide bombers.

The CBSP has dismissed the charges as “ridiculous”, saying it worked to support 3,000 Palestinian orphans.

Samuel was handed a suspended fine of 1,000 euros (1,300 dollars) and ordered to pay one euro in symbolic damages to the Palestinian support group over what the court described as “seriously defamatory” allegations.

Israel planned for Lebanon war months in advance, PM says

March 10, 2007

· Olmert’s leaked testimony contradicts earlier remarks
· Criticism from inquiry may force resignation

Conal Urquhart in Tel Aviv
Friday March 9, 2007
The Guardian

Preparations for Israel’s war in Lebanon last summer were drawn up at least four months before two Israeli soldiers were kidnapped by Hizbullah in July, Ehud Olmert, the prime minister, has admitted.

His submission to a commission of inquiry, leaked yesterday, contradicted the impression at the time that Israel was provoked into a battle for which it was ill-prepared. Mr Olmert told the Winograd commission, a panel of judges charged with investigating Israel’s perceived defeat in the 34-day war, that he first discussed the possibility of war in January and asked to see military plans in March.

Shmuel Sandler, a political analyst, said it seemed that people close to Mr Olmert had leaked his submission, made on February 1, in an attempt to increase his popularity. In an opinion poll published this week, only 3% of Israeli voters said they would back Mr Olmert in an election, while 72% said he should resign.

Zalman Shoval of the Likud party said Mr Olmert’s testimony cast his decisions in a worse light that before. “If he had prepared plans, then to any objective commentator this makes the situation worse,” he said. “Why were the plans not carried out? It all also places a darker complexion on his decision to expand ground operations which led to the loss of 33 more Israeli lives.”

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