Unafraid of impotent Obama, Assad regime perpetrated 300+ chemical attacks

Report: During the ongoing 7 year old Syrian war, the international report counts 336 chemical attacks with 98% of the attacks being executed by the Assad regime.
• According to the GPPI report, most of the chemical attacks took place after Obama declared the use of chemical weapons as crossing a “red line” for the U.S. administration.

By Neta Bar

 

The Syrian regime under President Bashar Assad has perpetrated over 300 discrete attacks using chemical weapons during the seven-year Syrian war, according to a new report by the Berlin-based Global Public Policy Institute published on Sunday.

The report, titled “Nowhere to Hide: the Logic of Chemical Weapons use in Syria,” states that GPPI researchers had found clear evidence of “336 chemical weapons attacks over the course of the Syrian civil war – significantly more than has commonly been known.”

Some of the victims, many children, of the Ghouta, Syria attack, August 21, 2013 – Photo: محمد السعيدWikimedia

The report said that over 98% of the attacks were carried out by forces aligned with the Assad regime, including the Tiger Forces, whose members were trained and equipped by the Russians. Continue Reading »

Hamas rejects military boots into Gaza, claims they’re bugged

Having examined the shoes that entered via Israel’s Kerem Shalom Crossing, Hamas claims the IDF bugged them with electronic chip in order to spy on Gaza terrorist groups.

By JERUSALEM POST STAFF

 

A Fatah breakaway group in the Gaza Strip claimed its members have intercepted a shipment of military boots equipped with “secret electronic tracking chips,” that were on their way to market, according to a Palestinian news source.

The shipment of suspicious shoes that came through the Kerem Shalom crossing was sent by the breakaway group to Hamas to examine. Continue Reading »

Leaked video caught Gulf Arab leaders deprioritizing Palestinian issue

Prime Minister Netanyahu’s office briefly had a YouTube video from a closed meeting in which senior Arab officials defended Israel’s right to defend itself available to a small group of journalists traveling with him, before quickly removing it.

 

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s office on Thursday released a video of a closed meeting in which senior Gulf Arab officials play down the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, defend Israel’s right to defend itself, and describe Iran as the greatest threat to regional peace.

The video, bearing the insignia of Netanyahu’s office, gave a glimpse into the behind-the-scenes contacts the Israeli leader frequently boasts of, but which are rarely seen in public. Continue Reading »

Israel vetoes UN Security Council’s plan to access Palestinian areas

Following the UN Security Council decision to visit to the Palestinian ruled areas they claim for a future independent Islamic state, UN Ambassador Anatolio Ndong Mba was quoted saying, ‘Israel categorically refused the council visit.’

By the Associated Press

 

Israel has refused to allow the UN Security Council to visit the territory that the Palestinians claim for a future independent state, UN diplomats said Wednesday.

Last week, the council authorized Its current president, Equitorial Guinea’s UN Ambassador Anatolio Ndong Mba, to consult the Israel and Palestinian ambassadors about a trip.

Palestinian Ambassador Riyad Mansour immediately responded, saying a council visit would be viewed “in the most positive way.”

Israel’s Ambassador Danny Danon was interviewed on i24NEWS’ Spin Room with Ami Kaufman, February 4, 2019. 

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Oman’s Foreign Minister tells PM Netanyahu: ‘New era beginning in mid-East’

Omani Foreign Minister Yusuf bin Alawi bin Abdullah told Netanyahu, “People in the Middle East have suffered a lot by sticking to the past. Now we are saying this is a new era for the future and for the prosperity of every nation.”

By TOVAH LAZAROFF

 

There is a new era in the Middle East, Omani Foreign Minister Yusuf bin Alawi bin Abdullah told Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu when the two met in Warsaw prior to the US-led ministerial meeting on Iran.

“This is an important and new vision for the future. People of the Middle East have suffered a lot because they are stuck to the past. Continue Reading »

U.S. Ambassador Friedman jams with Mike Huckabee in Jerusalem

WATCH: US Ambassador to Israel David Friedman jams with Gov. Mike Huckabee and band in Jerusalem, playing, ‘Sweet Home Alabama’.

By David Rosenberg

 

US Ambassador to Israel David Friedman took up a six-string and performed with former Arkansas Governor Mike Huckabee in Jerusalem on Tuesday.

Joining Huckabee’s band for a rendition of Lynyrd Skynard’s classic 1973 song “Sweet Home Alabama”, Ambassador Friedman played guitar alongside Huckabee on bass guitar.

US Ambassador to Israel David Friedman jams with Gov. Huckabee and band in Jerusalem 12 Feb 2019. – Screenshot: YouTube

“Was a joy and a thrill to perform tonight with Governor Mike Huckabee and his band from the Holy City of Jerusalem,” tweeted Friedman. Continue Reading »

Omar apologized for anti-Semitic tweets, but more anti-Semitism still planned

U.S. Representative Ilhan Omar (D-MN) will be speaking alongside a well-known Islamic Relief USA official, Yousef Abdallah, who has publicly advocated for violence against Jews and has posted antisemitic comments on social media.

By ILANIT CHERNICK, MAAYAN HOFFMAN

 

 

Congresswoman Ilhan Omar will be a keynote speaker at an Islamic Relief USA emergency fundraising dinner for Yemen on February 23.

Omar will be speaking at the Florida event alongside a well-known Islamic Relief USA official, Yousef Abdallah, who has openly advocated for violence against Jews and has shared antisemitic sentiments on his social media pages.

Islamic Relief USA official, Yousef Abdallah at anti-Israel DC rally.

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Dutch gov’t funds anti-Israel NGO, connives to undermine Israeli High Court

Report: According to documents signed by B’Tselem & the Dutch government, the far left-wing NGO B’Tselem received no less than 176,000 euros (roughly 200,000 USD) directly from the Dutch gov’t to produce a report that would include criticism of Israel’s Supreme Court decisions.

By Arutz Sheva Staff

 

Last week, the left-wing B’Tselem organization published a report which challenged rulings made by the Israeli Supreme Court and Israel’s Construction and Housing Ministry in Judea and Samaria, and even sought to undermine the legitimacy of the Supreme Court.

The report, Israel Hayom revealed in an expose Monday morning, was funded by the Dutch government. Continue Reading »

REPORT: Israeli tank struck Syrian observation post in Quneitra

According to the Syrian state news agency SANA on Monday morning, an Israeli tank fired “with a number of shells,” on a hospital and observation post in Quneitra, near the Golan Heights border with Israel.

BY JERUSALEM POST STAFF

 

An Israeli tank struck Syrian territory in Quneitra, near the Golan Heights border, Syrian state news agency SANA said on Monday, without providing refuter details.

The media outlet cited its own reporter, who said the strikes caused “material damage” and nothing further.

IDF Merkava tank and crew stationed on the Golan Heights. – Photo: IDF SPOKESPERSON’S UNIT

The state-run outlet said the tank targeted a hospital and observation post “with a number of shells.”

Quneitra was re-gained by Bashar Assad’s regime forces in July 2018, having been held by a rebel faction for the majority of the country’s seven-year-long civil war. Continue Reading »

Holland now permits Palestinians to list Gaza, West Bank as birthplaces

According to the Dutch State Secretary, citizens with Palestinian origin will now be able to designate West Bank, East Jerusalem or Gaza as their ‘place of birth’ on their Dutch passports, after decades of being able to list only ‘Israel’ or ‘unknown’ as their country of origin.

By Ynet

 

The Netherlands will allow Palestinians born after the establishment of the State of Israel to list their official birthplace as the West Bank, Gaza Strip or East Jerusalem, Dutch State Secretary Raymond Knops said Saturday.

Dutch State Secretary Raymond Knops – Photo: Sebastiaan ter Burg/Wikimedia

While the Netherlands doesn’t recognize Palestine as a state, the Dutch civil registry will now recognize the West Bank and Gaza as the birthplace for those born there after May 15, 1948—the day the British Mandate officially ended and the State of Israel was established. Continue Reading »

2 Palestinians dead from toxic gas while tunnel-digging to Egypt

A Hamas terrorist and his Gaza civilian worker were killed by toxic gas in the cross-border tunnel construction between the terrorist coastal enclave and Egypt’s Sinai.

By David Rosenberg

 

Two Gazans were killed overnight in a cross-border tunnel between the Hamas-ruled Gaza Strip and Egypt’s Sinai Peninsula, officials in Gaza reported Monday.

The two men were apparently killed by poison gas in the tunnel, Iyad al-Bozm, a spokesman for the Hamas regime in Gaza said Monday.

A Hamas terrorist in an underground terror-tunnel. – Photo: Hamas video screenshot.

One of the two men killed in the tunnel was a member of Hamas, Bozm said. Continue Reading »

REPORT: Mossad, MI 6, CIA smuggled Iranian nuclear scientist to England

The plan began in October 2018 when the Mossad helped a 47yr-old nuclear technician escape Iran, and from Turkey he joined a movement of Iranian emigrants trying to reach England.

By HAGAY HACOHEN

 

Mossad, British secret services and the CIA extracted an Iranian nuclear scientist out of Tehran and provided him with a safe haven in the US, the Daily Mail reported on Sunday.

Mossad Emblem

The Iranian scientist is thought to have been smuggled into the UK on an inflatable boat alongside other Iranian migrants who crossed over to Lydd at the beginning of 2019.

The plan is said to have been drawn up in October when the Mossad helped the 47-year-old technician escape to Turkey, and from that location he joined the flux of Iranian immigrants attempting to reach the UK. Continue Reading »

El Salvador’s new President is a pro-Zionist Palestinian

Upon hearing that Nayib Bukele, the newly elected President of El Salvador is of Palestinian descent, many pro-Palestinian supporters were quick to praise him on social media. However, as soon as they learned he was pro-Israel, many quickly deleted their congratulatory posts.

By CUFI Staff

 

El Salvador has elected their youngest ever President, 37-year-old Nayib Bukele. Interestingly, he is of Palestinian descent and also pro-Israel.

The President-Elect traces his Palestinians roots to the early 20th century when many left the cities of Bethlehem and Jerusalem to find a new home in El Salvador. Some left for a better life while others were escaping from conscription under Ottoman rule at the time. Continue Reading »

Kosher Israeli children’s snack Bamba will reduce peanut allergies to U.S. kids

With Israeli children owing their resistance to peanut allergies to the legendary snack loved by all, Nestlé is now exposing it to a wider US audience, making Bamba an ideal candidate to dramatically reduce the number of American children from developing the dreadful allergy.

By Navit Zommer

 

Will Bamba, the famous, all-times favorite Israeli peanut snack reduce American peanut allergies? The Osem company’s snack will soon be on its way widespread distribution in the US, in a a deal brokered by the international food giant Nestlé.

Bamba is planned to be adopted by Nestlé’s baby snacks section, and a new commercial aired recently already shows the Bamba icon — a red headed baby — walking the streets of New York City. Continue Reading »

Theater of the absurd: Palestinians upset US broker peace without their approval

As Palestinian leaders are still refusing U.S. calls to engage in peace negotiations, American representatives take to Twitter, calling out Palestinians leaders for purposely misleading the public with inaccurate posts, questioning if the Palestinian Authority is actually sincere in seeking a genuine peace.

By Ryan Jones

 

The Palestinian Authority on Thursday slammed the Trump Administration for “conspiring” to broker a Middle East peace deal that doesn’t meet each and every one of the Palestinians’ demands.

U.S. Special Envoy to the Middle East Jason Greenblatt (left) engages Palestinians and Tweets corrections to Palestinian Authority lead negotiator Saeb Erekat on Twitter.

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