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Sunday, April 19, 2009


Posted by JewishRefugee

Для Русско язычных читателей блога Израиль Действуй Сейчас (Israel Act Now).

Мне в голову пришла мысль, а не папробывать ли нам всем зделать Русскую версию Израиль Действуй Сейчас?

Я просто не знаю как много Русско язычных читателей можно превлеч к нашему информацоному блогу.

Если, у вас есть на етот счёт есть желания и идеи дайте мне знать, мы можем начать Русскую ветвь Израиль Действуй Сейчас. К тамуже можно будит слехка поминять названия блога.

Мой е-мэил:

Жду предложений!

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Saturday, April 18, 2009

The New Fault Line of the Middle East!

Posted by JewishRefugee


The Middle East, Near East, or the Asia Minor consists of different sphere of influences:

First being, the Shiite versus the Sunni spheres in other words Iran (Persian) versus the Saudi Arabia (Arabs),

Second being, Jewish versus the Islamic spheres, and

Finally, pro-Western versus anti-Western spheres,

Confusing as it might sound it is pretty simple, after Iraq as a Sunni Led counterforce against the Iran Shiite Led power ceased to serve its counterforce purpose (Invasion of Iraq 2003), Iran started slowly crawling out above the surface as the only powerful Muslim country in the Middle East.

The consequences of this developments are dire not only for Israel but more so for the Arabic and Sunni faction of the Middle East.

For example Syria (Arab country) is under the thumb of the Iranian Ayatollahs’, Lebanon is under the Hezbollah that represent and sponsored (money and training) by the Iranian faction. Another interesting side to analyze is Hamas and Fatah, after all Hamas (Arabs) is the Iran while Fatah is from the other camp. In addition, we have media Al-Arabia versus Al-Jazeera that belong to two opposing camps.

Fault Line:
Now that we have covered the rudimentary principles of these spheres of influences that have already formed, let us discuss the current situation in Egypt that has declared Iran, Syria, Hezbollah, Hamas, Qatar, and others in a conspiracy to overthrow Mubarak’s regime in Egypt. Well that is the same policy that has been successfully implanted in Lebanon.
At any rate, Egypt has reacted so strongly against a fellow Muslim country so openly? Why?
I understand why but I want to emphasize the openness of this reaction. What is with openness?
Could it be that the Arab-Sunni bloc is afraid of growing Iranian grip and influence that is encroaching slowly? Could it be that, Iran is about to develop a nuclear bomb that will threaten the security of those regimes? Or is it the Washington’s new appeasement approach that was and is the only guarantor of the Arab-Sunni block?

It is probably combination of all of those theories, but greater part falls on the latter one. Washington has indicated that Iran might be able to keep its nuclear program and perhaps develop nuclear bombs.

That has contributed to a nervous reaction through the Arab World that is now disappointed by this acceptance of nuclear Iran. So if it is not for United States, who else can do the dirty laundry for Arab-Sunni world?

The answer is the so-called arch-enemy of the Muslim World ISRAEL. Israel is the only party that has the interest and the capabilities to do it.

So that reminds us of the proverb that is widely popular in the Middle East, “enemy of my enemy is my friend.” Just in this case we have shifts in the tectonic plates in regards who the enemy and the friend now. For the Arab-Sunni world Iran is the enemy and Israel is the friend. The convenience friend in this dire situation for the Arab-Sunni world is Israel.

But in that part of the world everything is about bargain a.k.a. bargain diplomacy. Israel has found itself in a risky situation with Iranian growing influence but with risks come opportunities; the greater the risks, the greater the opportunities. Israel can offer to take out Iran which also coincides with Israel’s interests, but for that to happen the Arab-Sunni side has to offer something in return.

The possibilities are numerous but one that Netanyahu and his administration can ask for is for the Arab world to forget about the creation of the Palestinian State, to accept the Jewish State of Israel, and finally normalize diplomatic and economic cooperation.

After all by blaming Israel for every failure of the Islamic World has not made that part of the world better. On the contrary, it only has fueled Iranian propaganda machine that uses that exact the same theory to turn that region into the pro-Iranian battle field against the current establishment of the Arab-Sunni World.

With that in mind, we can touch on the last part of the spheres of influence that is pro-Western versus anti-Western camps. Whether you want it or not, Saudi Arabia, Egypt, Jordan, and others are considered to be pro-Western oriented while the opposition to that is Iran, Syria, and others. Note that all of those countries could not become all pro-Western due to the first sphere of influence mentioned above that hold priority over the rest. The switch is possible, but no hegemony, in other words by some unexpected developments Iran and Syria will join America while the other team will have no choice but to live U.S. or to live under Iranian domination (unacceptable).

Now that we have established the pro-Western and anti-Western camps in the Middle East, let us fill in one more puzzle piece that is Israel. Israel represents Western way of life, so by default in a geopolitical sense Israel and pro-Western elements of the Middle East will join forces together (economic, diplomatic, military) to fight the common aggressor in that region which is Iran.

By no means I am saying that Iran will join the West, since in 1979, Iran swore to fight the West. By no means am I saying that after the operation has taken place the Arabs will embrace Israel as the savior of the Arab-Sunni world. Opposite is possible but the possibilities are numerous and one should take into serious considerations the possible developments.

Unfortunately, the time is running out, I hope the Middle East has decisive leaders to make those decisions within a year. The Iranian problem got out of the control and no one expected for the situation to develop to quickly to become a crisis.

Israel and the Arab-Sunni world have to contribute for their own sake.

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Sunday, April 12, 2009

Deja Vu

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Priestly Blessing

"May God bless you and guard you,
may God make His face shine on you
and show favor to you,
may God lift up His face on you and give you peace."

That is what Jewish (Judaism) people prophesize; we don't prophesize destruction, hatred, and annihilation.

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Ynet News Talk Back!

Posted by JewishRefugee

The Yesha folly is over. You just will have to swallow it with pride. Jewish Refugee #4, on the contrary to what you wrote there will be no "new party". Those who share you vision 1) could not even form a united list 2) were not able to get more than a handful of Knesset seats. Furthermore an avalanche of votes went to Lieberman who openly advocates the 2-state solution. The vision of the rightist victory shrinks at every closer look at the election results. Since you've apparently found a safe refuge in the US, please stay there and let us deal with our state.

By Avi from Israel

My Response,

Never say never! New Party through revolution is possible. No one thought that Israel can be reestablished after 1900 years or so but on the contrary there is one right now.

Yes Lieberman supports 2-state solution but please use your superior analytical skills as to why he does it.

Lieberman rejected Annapolis but embraced Road Map if you read it require two things for it to become real.

One is being the cessation of all hostilities towards Israel and

two a viable government of Arabs who could represent those in Gaza and Judea and Samaria. Until those two terms are fulfilled no process can be reached.

Lieberman knows very well that those things are not in the near future. We have Fatah and Hamas who are bitter enemies. But the cessation of terrorism is the core which will not be rooted our as it is who they are. In other words based on Road Map the Two State Solution is not feasible until Arabs start cooperating.

That is why Annapolis is gone.

As for your welcoming invitation to Israel, I would like to say that I always have said that no Jew is safe when Israel is in trouble. In other words, the Jewish Diaspora is safe because Israel is safe. Therefore, it is my duty to protect it.

Furthermore, Israel is the forefront of the Western civilization that is fighting for the justice and liberty against the Western Civilization's sworn enemies (Radical Islam). Therefore, Israel should be supported and protected by those who believe in Liberty and Justice no matter Jewish or not.

I forgive you for your thoughtfulness Avi and wish you a happy Passover.

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Зелёная Демократия

Posted by JewishRefugee

Для Русско язычных читателей блога Израиль Действуй Сейчас (Israel Act Now).

Недавно вышал в свет документальный фильм "Зелёная Демократия" автором етого фильма евляется Роман Винокур. Если вы не имели возможность его просмотреть я срочно рекоммендую ето зделать. Этот кратко метражный ролик опевешает о борьбе с радикальным Исламом.

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Saturday, April 4, 2009

New Administration's First Major Failure!

Posted by JewishRefugee

It was just confirmed that North Korean has launched a long range missile under the disguise of the experimental communication satellite. South Korean and Japan, United State’s close friends and allies were left wondering if U.S. is really up to the task to defend them. To go a little bit further the whole world will have to rethink United State’s reaction or should I say no reaction. As I recall Iraq, North Korea, and Iran were”Axis of Evil,” at one point of time.

The United Nations haven’t responded to this blatant breach of the Security Council Resolutions. So my question is what will U.S.A. do to Iran if Iran acquires Nuclear Bombs and puts it to the test, or in that matter what will the United Nations do?

Honestly, I do not want to wait around to figure it out, because I think that the response is going to be the same. NO ACTION! APPEASEMENT!

News Flash:
Date: August 21, 2009
Iran is officially nuclear.

Alliances’ will be redrawn, and it will happen very soon.

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Wednesday, April 1, 2009

Freedom of Speech VS. Incitement (ARAB FACTION OF GOVERNMENT)

Posted by JewishRefugee

Opposition is one of the greatest features that were ever integrated into the World Politics both domestic and internationally. But when the Arab faction (note) of the ISRAEL’S GOVERNMENT calls for the sanctions AGAINST ISRAEL it become an incitement rather than the freedom of speech that is given to the opposition. Therefore, it shows the fundamental flaw in the ISRAELI POLITICAL SYSTEM in terms of the “rule of law” that each respected sovereign nation must have.

Rule of Law has several factors:

2. Voting as the primary action or behavior of the citizen

3. Regular political competition and contestation for power

4. Lively Party System

5. Orderly transition of power, finally;


I believe that the Arab faction broke numbers 1 and 6 of the rule of law that are the core of the rule of law of any sovereign country. Arab factions literally challenge the SOVEREIGNTY of ISRAEL by showing not the acceptable opposition but the threatening rebellion against the JEWISH STATE. It is not a state within a state yet, but it has strong potential to become one if Israel will not put an end to it.

Do you remember communist factions in the U.S. Congress during the Cold War? I hope not, because there were none; even though there communists in U.S. during that time. On the contrary, whoever was perceived note perceived as one would get kicked out of the congress. So why should Israel tolerate those traitors that “openly express” their wishes to harm the State of Israel. Note that openly express is in quotation marks that entails that it came to a point where they do not even care anymore if they perceived one way or another. Let alone about proving anything.

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