Hate-mongers monitor hate.

On Monday, October 9th, 2006 in News.

CENTRE SIMON WIESENTHAL – SIMON WIESENTHAL CENTRE – CENTRO SIMON WIESENTHAL 64, avenue Marceau – 75008 Paris Tel. +33 (0) 1 47 23 76 37 Fax: +33 (0) 1 47 20 84 01 E-mail: csweurope@compuserve.com http://www.wiesenthal.com FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Wiesenthal Centre Works with Frankfurt Book Fair to Identify Exhibitors Who Incite to Hate and Violence Despite efforts by officials of the Frankfurt Book Fair to eliminate the inclusion of antisemitic books in the 2006 Fair, the Simon Wiesenthal Center has

Giving Yentas a Bad Name

On Sunday, October 8th, 2006 in News.

Editor’s Note: Melanie Phillips is the Phyllis Chesler of British Zionism. Not surprisingly, this genetically-modified bovine was prominently quoted in the recent British comic strip on “anti-Semitism.” by Melanie Phillips The shift in Tory thinking about Israel, signalled by remarks made by the party’s foreign affairs spokesman William Hague during the Lebanon war, has claimed its first political casualty. Baroness Miller of Hendon, the Tory trade and industry spokesman in the Lords, has now resigned from the front bench in

British Jews Brace for "New Holocaust"

On Friday, October 6th, 2006 in News.

By Reuters LONDON – London’s Mayor Ken Livingstone won a High Court challenge on Thursday to overturn a four-week suspension from office for likening a Jewish reporter to a concentration camp guard. At the end of a two-day hearing Justice Andrew Collins said he would quash the suspension and give his full decisions and reasons at a later date. In February this year the Standards Board for England had found Livingstone’s comments to journalist Oliver Finegold some 12 months earlier

Hezbollah is the people

On Thursday, October 5th, 2006 in News.

From: Samia Subject: “Hizb Allah, Party of God” Date: Fri, 06 Oct 2006 00:07:09 +0300 A lot of what Nir Rosen says here is true. In a world of absolutes, what Hezbollah achieved is historical and Hassan Nasrallah is a giant amongst men. Local politics, in Lebanon as elsewhere, do not function in absolutes which makes Hezbollah’s actions a subject of heated debates amongst the Lebanese. Still one cannot deny a lot of the facts stated here, their effect on

HAMAS must renounce violence!!

On Thursday, October 5th, 2006 in News.

By John Dugard In August last year Israel withdrew its settlers and armed forces from Gaza, claiming that this brought to an end 38 years of military occupation. Of course, it did nothing of the sort. Israel retained power over Gaza by controlling its air space, sea space and external borders. Sporadic shelling continued, as did the targeted assassination of militants. Despite this, there was at least an appearance of disengagement, which Israel could claim as a major step towards

The Plot Against Palestine (II)

On Wednesday, October 4th, 2006 in News.

By Amira Hass The experiment was a success: The Palestinians are killing each other. They are behaving as expected at the end of the extended experiment called “what happens when you imprison 1.3 million human beings in an enclosed space like battery hens.” These are the steps in the experiment: Imprison (since 1991); remove the prisoners’ usual means of livelihood; seal off all outlets to the outside world, nearly hermetically; destroy existing means of livelihood by preventing the entry of

No. 1 on Amazon meets No. 1 on Litani

On Wednesday, October 4th, 2006 in News.

Znet Assaf Kfoury A decade ago, in the wake of “Operation Grapes of Wrath,” the 17-day Israeli military assault on southern Lebanon in April 1996, there was a spate of articles in the Western press on Hizbullah and its secretary-general, Sayyid Hassan Nasrallah.[1] The Israeli operation stopped under pressure from the US Government, wary of the political repercussions from the mounting toll among Lebanese civilians, including the massacre of more than 100 refugees in the village of Qana on 18

Amnesty v. Dershowitz

On Wednesday, October 4th, 2006 in News.

See also: Amnesty: Israel committed war crimes. By Ian Seiderman Every civilian killed in conflict is a life wasted. Yet, in the recent fighting between Israel and Hizbullah, both sides have sought to justify the deaths of civilians and the destruction of infrastructure. Amnesty International will not go down this route. We do not condemn or condone war itself, but we do condemn grave violations of human rights and international humanitarian laws wherever they occur and whoever has committed them.

The Plot to Destroy Palestine

On Tuesday, October 3rd, 2006 in News.

A militant group linked to former Palestinian governing party Fatah has threatened to kill leaders of political rival Hamas. The al-Aqsa Martyrs Brigades said it held Hamas officials responsible for deaths during violent clashes between gunmen from both factions. Three senior Hamas officials had been marked out for “execution”, a statement from the group said. Clashes between gunmen from the two rival groups began on Sunday in Gaza. Eight people died and more than 60 were injured. Two more people

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