Tuesday, August 22, 2006

Israel: The Nation of Mass Murderer and Genocide

In modern war, the winner in the battlefield maybe the loser in the eye of the world. In this case, Israel is clear loser. They didnt get their objective of securing the two Israelis, Hizbollah getting stronger by the day in military terms, in world view and support.
This war managed to galvanised worldwide Muslim as well as non-Muslim support to Lebanon, not to mention galvanising the support for Hizbollah by all political and religious groups in Lebanon.
Dont forget all of you Muslims, the least you can co is pray to Allah to end the suffering of Palestinian and Lebanese and make people who go to jihad for Allah victorious in this world and the Hereafter.

The Israelis commit genocide in Lebanon and the world just did nothing, even delayed doing anything by bickering. America and Britain encouraged Israelis to do more, by supplying armaments.
The Muslims did nothing except maybe praying.

After defeat in Lebanon: Scandals hit Israel
8/21/2006 5:47:00 PM GMT

(AFP Photo) Olmert attends the weekly cabinet meeting in Jerusalem August 13

Last week, the UN adopted a resolution that put an end to the war between Israel and Hezbollah resistance fighters, after over 1,000 innocent people have died. The 1701 Resolution also authorized up to 15,000 UN peacekeepers to help 15,000 Lebanese troops take control of south Lebanon when Israel withdraws its forces from the region.

But since the cessation of hostilities took effect at 0500 GMT on Monday, Israeli media shifted its focus on the series of scandals that hit Israel's most senior political figures including the President, Moshe Katzav, and Prime Minister Ehud Olmert.

“The president is locked in a sex scandal, the justice minister is quitting over a purported stolen kiss, and the prime minister is haunted by a property deal," stated an editorial on Scotsman.

The Israelis began to question their leaders' conduct of a costly month-long fighting in Lebanon.

The Israeli President has been dogged by accusations of sexual harassment in a scandal that has pushed Israel’s war in Lebanon off the front pages. But perhaps it gave the Israelis something more titillating to consider, after a month of discussing casualties and the army’s defeat by Hezbollah.

Five women accused religiously traditional Katzav of acting in a highly non-presidential manner, according to Israel Insider. Some writers said he acted in the traditions of certain American Presidents, apparently referring to the former U.S. President Bill Clinton who has been involved in a famous sex scandal.

The five women accused the Israeli President of sexually harassing them at their government jobs under his command over the years.

At least one of them said that Katsav received bribes for granting presidential pardons and that he has an offshore account number where he collects bribes for his services.

Sex allegations against President Katsav haven’t led to charges or even a police investigation, but threaten to make him appear more of a political prostitute and hypocrite rather than the morally upright ' Orthodox ' the Jews believe him to be.

• Minister quits over kiss

Another scandal involves Justice Minister Haim Ramon.

Ramon announced Friday he would resign and face charges of sexual harassment lodged by a female soldier who said Mr. Ramon forcibly kissed her in a government office.

"Mr. Ramon tendered his letter of resignation this evening," a government spokesperson told AFP.

The woman said the justice minister tried "to kiss her in an aggressive manner" during a social gathering at the defence ministry in Tel Aviv, days after the Israel has launched its brutal offensive in Lebanon.

Another woman told the Maariv newspaper that Ramon had sexually harassed her three years ago.

• Property deal spurs probe of Olmert

Meanwhile, Prime Minister Ehud Olmert, already facing public anger over his failure to win the war in Lebanon, is facing a possible probe over a Jerusalem property deal.

Israel's top government watchdog said it is examining the terms of Olmert's purchase of a Jerusalem apartment for $1.2 million in 2004.

Mr. Olmert, a former mayor of Jerusalem, and his wife are to be summoned for questioning over the deal by the government's top watchdog, according to Haaretz newspaper.

State comptroller Micha Lindenstrauss is probing allegations that the Prime Minister benefited from a massive discount on a luxury apartment he and his wife bought in Jerusalem.

Olmert bought the garden apartment two years ago for US$1.2 million ($1.9 million), according to the comptroller's findings. The apartment was actually worth between US$1.6 million and US$1.8 million.

"The significance is clear: politically, Olmert is a dead man walking," political commentator Ari Shavi wrote of the property row in the left-leaning Haaretz newspaper last week.


mohamadkholid said...

kenapa OIC tak gunakan minyak utk tentang Israel?

mohamadkholid said...

kang saring ninggal 25/8/2006 hospital klang. sakit jantung

nooryahaya said...

apa nama sebenor kang saring?