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samedi 17 janvier 2009

La violence raciste sioniste s'étendra de Gaza au Liban, la Syrie, la Jordanie et l'Iran


La violence raciste sioniste s'étendra de Gaza au Liban, la Syrie, la Jordanie et l'Iran

Ça fait un moment que je souligne la même chose à travers toutes les informations à propos de la campagne de terrorisation de la bande de Gaza: Israël veut étendre cette campagne de violence aux pays avoisinants. Voici les articles les plus importants qui documentent cette facette importante. Israël a une longue histoire documentée de créer de toutes pièces des fausses attaques sur son territoire et des mises en scène pareilles pour justifier l'utilisation de la violence au lieu du dialogue. Les avions militaires israéliens ont violé l'espace aérien du Liban et de la Syrie de nombreuses fois depuis des années jusqu'à cette semaine même. Israël a déclaré avoir été l'objet de coups de feu en provenance de la Syrie et de la Jordanie, ce que les deux pays dénient.

Non seulement Israël veut prendre contrôle de plus de territoire, de réserves d"eau et de gaz, mais en plus, ils chassent leur propre population indigène, les Bédouins, de la place qu'ils leur restait pour vivre: le désert. Ensuite vous avez les colons israéliens en terre occupée palestinienne qui battent les arabes à coup de batte de baseball. Un de leur leader, une prêtre nommé Daniela Weise enjoint les colons Juifs de combattre contre les Palestinien "en les chassant, les exterminant et en les rendant esclaves". Décidément, il y a beaucoup de racisme présent en Israël...

Blue Star Rampage: Israel's dress rehearsal for Lebanon

The reason the rationale for invading Gaza keeps changing, (from rocket-fire to Hamas infrastructure to strengthening deterrents to weapons smuggling to ceasefire violations etc) is because the Israeli leadership wants to conceal the true objective. The purpose of "Operation Cast Lead" is to conduct a dress rehearsal for another invasion of Lebanon.

by Mike Whitney

Global Research, January 10, 2009


Israel has warned Lebanon it will retaliate with aerial bombardment against southern Lebanon next time the Jewish state is attacked by rockets from Lebanon.
News reports on Thursday said Israel's threat was relayed to Lebanon via international sides upon the firing of three Katyushas early Wednesday into northern Israel.

Israeli army masses along Lebanon border

Israel Threatens to Destroy South Lebanon

Several residents of south Lebanon on Wednesday received recorded telephone messages from the "state of Israel" warning them against cooperating with Ahmed Jibril's Palestinian organization and al-Qaida.

The recorded message said: "To the citizens of south Lebanon. Do not deal with the Palestinians. Do not allow al-Qaida or the General Command to launch rockets at Israel from pads deployed between your houses.

"Remember the catastrophe and destruction you suffered in 1982 because of the Palestinian presence in the south."

Webmaster's Commentary:

"Dear Israel: Remember the catastrophe and destruction you suffered in 2006 because you were idiots."

Hizbullah movements in line with possible escalation of war with Israel

The Iranian-sponsored Hizbullah has relocated its command and control centers in what could signal preparations for another war with Israel.

Webmaster's Commentary:

Translation: This is the propaganda run-up for Israel kicking off WW3.

Jordan denies Israel border shooting incident

Jordan denied Tuesday a report by the Israeli army that the Jewish state's troops at a border crossing had come under fire from the kingdom.

Israel hit by second round of rockets from Lebanon

Rockets from Lebanon smashed into northern Israel today, provoking a counterattack by Israeli artillery units and sending civilians running for bomb shelters.

Israel hits Lebanon with rocket fire

Israel has reportedly fired at least seventeen rockets into southern Lebanon within minutes after being hit by rockets from the country.

"Between one and three rockets were launched from an area four kilometers west of the village of Shebaa and Israel responded within a minute with four rockets that landed north of Ghajar," AFP quoted a Lebanese security official as saying.

Lebanon's LBC TV confirmed the firing of two rockets from Hassbia in southern Lebanon into the northern Israeli town of Kiryat Shmouna, saying Israel is responding with continuous rocket fire.

Israeli jets violated Lebanese airspace following the incident.

Hezbollah and Palestinian factions have ruled out any involvement in the rocket firing and there is speculation that people angry over the Israeli war on Gaza have launched the attacks.

Hezbollah warns Israel against sparking conflict

Hezbollah warned Israel on Saturday not to use an incident in which rockets were fired from southern Lebanon into the Jewish state as a pretext for sparking a conflict with the Shi'ite guerrilla group.

Hezbollah, a potent military and political force, said it was ready to react forcefully in the event of an Israeli attack.

At least three Katyusha rockets were fired into northern Israel from southern Lebanon Thursday, in an attack seen as linked to Israel's offensive in the Hamas-ruled Gaza Strip.

Hezbollah, which still maintains a stronghold in the south, has denied responsibility for the attack which wounded two people. The Lebanese government condemned the attack as a violation of a U.N. Security Council resolution that halted the 2006 war between Israel and Hezbollah.

Webmaster's Commentary:

The consensus opinion (including both the current and former Presidents of Lebanon) is that Israel planted those rockets inside Lebanon to use as a pretext to renew fighting.

Israel's Dress Rehearsal for Lebanon

According to the Jerusalem Post: "On Monday, Lebanese president Michel Suleiman suggested Israel was responsible for eight rockets that were found in southern Lebanon, saying that he fears "it is an Israeli attack to implicate Lebanon," according to the NOW Lebanon news site."

The eight rockets were on timers and aimed at Israel from Lebanese territory. Was Israel planning to start a war and make it look Hezbollah was to blame? The former President of Lebanon thinks so.

In an exclusive interview with Press TV on Tuesday, former President Emile Lahoud warned that once Israel is finished with Gaza, it would attack Lebanon in reprisal for its failure in the 33-day war.

FALSE FLAG ALERT! - Rockets fired from Lebanon hit Israel

Five people were slightly wounded when the projectiles fell around the area of the northern town of Nahariya, Israeli media reported.

Webmaster's Commentary:

Remember the first day of the bombing campaign in Gaza where the Lebanese border patrol found a bunch of rockets set up and ready to fire into Israel? They destroyed them and Israel started flying warplanes over Lebanon trying to provoke a confrontation?

Well, looks like "someone" smuggled some more rockets over the border and now Israel has their excuse to expand this war into the wider regional conflict they plan to stick Barack Obama with.

"Bay way of deception, thou shalt do war!" -- Motto of the Mossad

"All war is based on deception." -- Sun Tsu, "The art of War"

"Truth is the first casualty of war." -- Hiram Johnson

Who is behind the Lebanon rockets?

"But reports from Beirut said Hezbollah had made it known to the Lebanese government that it was not involved.

And the group has a reputation, even among Israelis, for being a credible conveyor of information about its activities."

Analysis: No new Lebanon confronation over Gaza, yet

The firing of Katyusha rockets into Israel from south Lebanon this morning was not unexpected, given that the volatile border between the two countries tends to heat up during periods of heightened Israeli-Palestinian violence, but it is unlikely at this stage that it signals the beginning of a new confrontation between Israel and the militants of Lebanon’s Shia Hezbollah.

Webmaster's Commentary:

The rockets are a false-flag attack by Israel and here is why I think so.

Israel has been overflying Lebanon for a week now, rattling windows with their fighter jets and generally acting like the sphincters they are when they get war fever.

If Hezbollah was behind any military actions against Israel, they would be shooting at the Israeli jets, because when they brought one down, that would be seen by the world as a legitimate act of self defense. Israel has no right to be over Lebanon with war planes. So, whoever set up these rockets on timers last night and back on December 25th, IS IGNORING THE LEGITIMATE ISRAELI TARGETS RIGHT BEFORE THEIR EYES in order to fling missiles into civilian areas of Israel; something that obvious helps Israel politically.

Lebanon aims not to start another war with Israel

Webmaster's Commentary:

It is the other way around. Israel wants revenge for the 2006 defeat and is "Gliewitzing" their way into a rematch.

Israel fires missiles at Lebanon

Tel Aviv has launched five missiles at Lebanon claiming the assault was in retaliation to rocket attacks on northern Israeli towns.

According to Israeli officials four rockets landed on northern Israel early on Thursday, a Press TV correspondent reported. Israeli sources said 4 settlers were injured in the attack.

Israeli Police spokesman Micky Rosenfeld said the rockets landed around the town of Nahariya, 8 km (5 miles) south of the Lebanese border. Tel Aviv claims the rockets were launched from southern Lebanon.

Lebanon's Hezbollah, however, says it is not responsible for the alleged firing of rockets at Israel.

Israel to present complaint to UN over Lebanon rocket fire

Webmaster's Commentary:

Israel ignores and defies dozens of UN Resolutions, but still wants to use the UN to rubber-stamp their false-flag attack.


It's the oldest trick in the book, dating back to Roman times; creating the enemies you need.

Israeli jets intensify flights over Lebanon

Israeli warplanes have been carrying out intensive overflights over southwestern Lebanon, following a brief missile attack near the border.

Webmaster's Commentary:

Israeli jets have been flying over Lebanon all week, trying to provoke a reaction.

FLASHBACK - Christmas day - Lebanon army: 7 missiles ready to be fired at Israel found in south Lebanon

Lebanese authorities discovered seven missiles aimed at Israel in southern Lebanon, an official Lebanese news agency reported Thursday. The missiles are currently under inspection to determine whether they were enabled for launch, and they will subsequently be dismantled, the news agency reported.

The missiles were found five kilometers from Lebanon's border with Israel, in an area which is considered a Hezbollah stronghold but is officially under the jurisdiction of the United Nations Interim Force in Lebanon (UNIFIL), in accordance with UN Security Council resolution 1701. Under the terms of the UN resolution, it is forbidden to station weapons in this area.

Two senior officers said that the rockets' timers were activated, and one of the officers said the rockets were to have been fired overnight Thursday.

Webmaster's Commentary:

Which means these rockets were put in place and the timers activated BEFORE ISRAEL STARTED BOMBING GAZA ON THE 27TH!

Attack on Israel from Lebanon threatens 2nd front

Lebanese militants fired at least three rockets into Israel early Thursday, threatening to open a new front for the Jewish state as it pushed forward with a bloody offensive in the Gaza Strip that has killed nearly 700 people.

Rockets from Lebanon hit Israel amid Gaza offensive

An Israeli cabinet minister blamed Palestinians in Lebanon, not Shi'ite Hezbollah guerrillas -- with whom Israel fought a war in 2006 -- for firing the rockets.

"I think these are isolated incidents," Rafi Eitan, a senior minister in Prime Minister Ehud Olmert's government, said on Israel's Channel 2. "We expected this."

A Lebanese minister also said he doubted Hezbollah had fired the rockets, which came from an area controlled by U.N. peacekeepers and the Lebanese army, 3 km (two miles) north of the border. Hamas sources in Lebanon denied involvement.

Israeli soldiers come under fire from Syrian border

The Israeli military filed a complaint to the United Nations force monitoring the usually calm border between Israel and Syria, he said.

Webmaster's Commentary:

That the same UN that Israel told to go @#$% itself just a couple days ago, when it passed a cease fire resolution in the Security Council?

Israeli army 'shot at from Jordan'

Webmaster's Commentary:

Desperately seeking a wider war.

The Time Clock Has Run Out: Israel Ready to Strike Iran

Informed sources in Washington tell Newsmax that Israel indeed will launch a strike against Iran’s nuclear facilities soon – possibly in just days as President George W. Bush prepares to leave office.

The reason: The time clock has begun to run out. Iran is close to acquiring a nuclear device under the control of its radical president, Mahmoud Ahmadinejad.

Webmaster's Commentary:

Prove it.


Webmaster's Commentary:

I am relinking this page because to judge by articles like the one from Newsmax below, Israel is getting ready to crank up the lie that Iran has nuclear weapons in order to justify an attack.

The reason for the rush is simple. Right now, if Israel attacks Iran, Iran would have to fight through Iraq just to reach Israel, which means YOUR kids getting killed to protect Israel from retaliation. Obama is (finally) starting to show indications of reversing most of Bush's militant and torture policies, which means Israel cannot rely on having American bullet-stoppers standing on the road from Tehran to Tel Aviv from behind which they can attack other nations with impunity.

If there is to be a war with Iran it must happen now, not for the reasons given by Newsmax but because Israel's favorite way to wage war is to trick other people into doing the fighting and dying for them!

Bulldozing Bedouin

THE DESTRUCTION began just before midday when Israeli security forces fanned out to form a line on a hill overlooking the tiny Bedouin settlement. Armed with guns, sprays and batons, the police moved forward with military precision, led by a paramilitary force called the Green Patrol. Out of sight, reinforcements sat in a fleet of vehicles in case of resistance by the Arab villagers, while behind the police line three bulldozers revved their engines ominously. Once they reached the bottom of the hill, officers vaulted a fence, then began clearing the village systematically.

Webmaster's Commentary:

Where does Israel think these people are supposed to go, after evicting them and torching their homes???

Of course, for most Israelis, these people, and their plight, don't matter; the real reason for these evictions is redevelopment of this land for Israeli settlements in the Negev.

Why the Hell Are We Allied with Israel?

Abu Gleg was an elderly Bedouin, father of 30. Eight years ago he donated land for an American international school to build its facilities. Within the walls of that facility, an American curriculum and the noble goals of tolerance and peace were taught to the students. Over the weekend, the benevolent Bedouin and the institution he gave birth to were killed and demolished by Israeli bombers.

Genocidal settlers

Among the settler leaders arriving at the site, apparently to incite the squatters to resist evacuation, was Daniela Weise, a charismatic preacher of blood and fire against the Palestinian community in Israel-Palestine, demanding that they be enslaved, expelled or exterminated outright.

Webmaster's Commentary:

Wow, does this kind of rhetoric have a familiar ring to it, or what?!?!?

Let's see....It's coming back to me....Oh, yes, I remember now:

Sounds like Germany under the Nazis, doesn't it?!?!?

And a memo to Ms. Weise: the comparison is both chilling, and unavoidable.

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