Lunatic Cotler Strikes Again!

On Saturday, April 4th, 2009 in Beyond Chutzpah, News.

By a correspondent Together with a friend, the MP Irwin Cotler rose in parliament yesterday to table a petition denouncing “the escalating state-backed anti-Semitism in Venezuela”.[1] One wonders if it had anything to do with April Fool’s Day because the only incident they mention specifically was “the firebombing of a synagogue in Caracas.” Though the incident did spark a chorus of condemnation blaming the Venezuelan government, the rabbi’s bodyguard has since admitted planning the robbery with the help of one

Who would ever have thought that a cow could write the alphabet?

On Wednesday, April 1st, 2009 in Beyond Chutzpah, News.

By: Phyllis Chesler Who would ever have believed that Jews would be in such danger again? That Israel and Zionism would become such dirty words in the world, despised by western intellectuals and Islamist mobs alike? Who would ever have predicted that the United Nations would remain ineffective in all things except one: the legitimization of Jew-hatred? And that so many members of international human rights organizations and the mainstream western media would join Muslim leaders to accuse Israel of

John Dugard on Israel, South Africa and Apartheid

On Tuesday, March 31st, 2009 in Beyond Chutzpah, News, The Israel-Palestine Conflict.

While international law tolerates military occupation, it does not approve it, specifically one that has continued for over 40 years as in the case of Israel’s occupation of Palestinian territory. Furthermore, during that time, Israel has introduced two other elements—colonialism and apartheid. Although there are many similarities between apartheid as it was applied in South Africa and Israel’s policies and practices in the Occupied Palestinian Territory, the systems are not identical. There are features of the Israeli regime in the

In excruciating scene reminiscent of Mel Gibson's Passion of the Christ, Canadian Prime Minister Subjects Himself to Circumcision; auctions off his foreskin to raise funds for Israeli army; Irwin Cotler said to be highest bidder.

On Monday, March 30th, 2009 in Beyond Chutzpah, News.

By Tamsyn Burgmann THORNHILL, Ont. – Prime Minister Stephen Harper passionately vowed Thursday night that his government would always stand behind Israel, at the same time denouncing what he called “a rising global tide of anti-Semitism.” Harper’s speech to members of the Jewish community in this Toronto suburb came amid planned court action by a British MP who was banned from entering Canada for apparent links to Hamas. Donning a blue skullcap, Harper reaffirmed his government’s support for the state

Methodical Expose of Lunatic Irwin Cotler

On Saturday, March 14th, 2009 in Beyond Chutzpah, News, The Holocaust Industry.

By CJPME – Canadians for Justice and Peace in the Middle East “” blockquote {margin-left: 4.5%} Canadian Parliamentarian and Former Minister of Justice, Irwin Cotler, released a petition on December 9, 2008, entitled “The Danger of a Genocidal and Nuclear Iran: A Responsibility to Prevent Petition.”[1] The 79-page document calls “upon the State Parties to the Genocide Convention, the United Nations Secretary-General and the international community to fulfill their obligation to prevent genocide and to hold Iran to account for

Finkelstein on Gaza (in Spanish)

On Thursday, March 12th, 2009 in Beyond Chutzpah, News, The Holocaust Industry, The Israel-Palestine Conflict.

By Ángel Ricardo Martínez El autor de ‘La industria del Holocausto’ analiza para La Estrella los conflictos que asolan Medio Oriente y el papel que Israel y su ‘lobby’ en Washington juegan en su desarrollo y posible finalización Norman Gary Finkelstein, hijo de supervivientes del Holocausto, es probablemente la voz más controversial de cuantas existen en el complejo universo del conflicto palestino-israelí. El recientemente fallecido Raul Hilberg —considerado ampliamente como la autoridad más grande sobre el Holocausto Nazi— aseguró de

Fertile imagination

On Thursday, March 12th, 2009 in Beyond Chutzpah, News, The Israel-Palestine Conflict.

By Caroline Glick In an interview with Teheran Times two weeks ago, Norman Finklestein, the notorious Hizbullah and Hamas supporter and all-purpose anti-Semite, called Israel a “vandal state,” and “insane state,” a “terrorist state,” and a “satanic state.” Last week Finklestein was the keynote speaker at both Emory University and Fordham University during their weeklong annual anti-Israel hate festivals. Speaking to a cheering crowd at a packed auditorium on Emory’s Atlanta campus, Finklestein claimed that Israel conducted its recent Operation

Winds of change: This is a NY TIMES columnist writing!

On Tuesday, March 10th, 2009 in Beyond Chutzpah, News, The Israel-Palestine Conflict.

By Roger Cohen Secretary of State Hillary Clinton grabbed headlines with an invitation to Iran to attend a conference on Afghanistan, but the significant Middle Eastern news last week came from Britain. It has “reconsidered” its position on Hezbollah and will open a direct channel to the militant group in Lebanon. Like Hamas in Gaza, Hezbollah has long been treated by the United States as a proscribed terrorist group. This narrow view has ignored the fact that both organizations are