Kislev20,5770 Nov. 7, 2009


The similarity between Arab Jihadists and Nazis and their tactics is quite obvious, if people simply open their eyes and examine the facts. For example, the perpetuation of the existence of a Palestinian people. How short is everyone’s memory? Can truth be erased in a mere few generations with clever, dishonest news reporting? The Palestinian people are an invention of the PLO, CNN and the UN. Since Arafat’s Uncle was the Mufti of Jerusalem in the 1940’s, and he was a card carrying Nazi, I believe it may be reasonable to suspect an Arab/Nazi connection, influencing the PLO’s later propaganda tactics. Arabs and the Nazis were allies in WWII. In fact, it is believed by some that Adolph Hitler was influenced by Islam.

The UN marking the creation of Israel as catastrophic followed with the threat of recognizing old Jerusalem as the Arab capital to a first time Arab state in Judaea & Samaria should make this body and their rulings null and void. In my opinion since the UN is made up of the Arab Nations who were actively involved in war against Israel, support terrorism against Israel, which is ALSO an act of war. Terrorism is an act of war that violates the Geneva Convention(see my blog roll for link to Geneva Convention) but nobody voices that.

The UN has been nothing but anti semitic since its inception. Sure, it granted the Jews a state, but has anyone examined the outrageous borders they had allotted for the Jews? The areas weren’t even connected! They gave the Jews the land but attempted to design it for utter failure and bloodshed. They cut out the heartland, the superior land and gave to the Arabs, after giving them Jordan separately, but that doesn’t count.

How can this double standard go on? Why are people so blinded by television media repeating the same lie? Are people so selfish and lazy that they take what they hear on face value, even though enough people know that the holy land has been historically Jewish for 3+millenium? When I look at the state of the world, the suffering, the chaos of so many nations, I guess the answer is yes. The UN seems to not focus long enought to correct any of those problems. Why? Why do they ignore famine in African nations? Human rights violations in the far east? How about human rights violations in the middle east? Honor killings, human shields; suicide bombings; murders; persecution of Christians, Hindus, anyone of a different faith. Why is it politically incorrect to point these facts out? Everyone knows these events are true, its common knowledge.

Now the UN wants to declare old biblical Jerusalem, Judaism’s holiest city, capital of a bogus state of a bogus people. What a FARCE and an OUTRAGE!!! At least Tzipi Livni, whom normally I disapprove of her politics due to her position to give away Jerusalem had to step up and tell the EU no. Of course her reason is if they force the issue now they’ll end up with no state and an end to negotiations. Nothing better could happen for Israel in my view.

Kislev 3 5770 Nov. 20, 2009



  1. Naomi Litvin said,

    January 8, 2010 at 4:11 am

    I hope those birds flying around on this post poop right on the UN because that is what they deserve after all the crapping they have done on Israel. Keep up the good work Dolpheena!

  2. January 10, 2010 at 8:44 pm

    I cannot believe this will work!

  3. como ganar said,

    January 11, 2010 at 9:51 pm

    I cannot believe this is true!

  4. January 11, 2010 at 10:31 pm

    Sometimes it’s really that simple, isn’t it? I feel a little stupid for not thinking of this myself/earlier, though.

  5. Agustinus said,

    December 9, 2010 at 4:40 am

    I sent this one to ponder …..


    Even ten days have Sumiati case revealed to the public, but the government of Saudi Arabia is very slow in completing. Evidently, until November 18, …… 2010, the Saudi Arabian police have not arrested the employer Sumiati. Statement of Saudi Arabia’s Ambassador to the Republic of Indonesia, in his press conference on Thursday (18/11), who saw the case as a case Sumiati extremely rare in Saudi Arabia really shows they have a blind eye to all kinds of abuses that have occurred.

    Throughout the years 2010, 5563 Migrant CARE reported that there were Indonesian migrant domestic workers in Saudi Arabia problematic. 1097 of them were victims of persecution, 3568 persons ill from the work situation is not feasible, and 898 victims of sexual violence and not paid. And on November 18, 2010, at 22:30 pm, Migrant CARE was informed that in Abha Saudi Arabia, Kikim Komalasari Uko bt Marta (AN Passport No. 010 821), migrant domestic workers from Cianjur, West Java died from being tortured, raped and dumped his body in place general garbage.

    Disclosure of heinous abuse cases against Sumiati binti Mustapa Salan, migrant domestic workers Dompu NTB, in Medina Saudi Arabia, emphasized to us that there has been the omission of various violence and human rights violations of migrant domestic workers who had been ongoing systematic. Not only this time alone, too many of our Migrant domestic workers are victims, but the government did not consider this a serious issue that demands attention and concrete action to avoid falling victim again there.

    Migrant CARE Information received states that Sumiati derived from Dompu NTB went to Medina on July 18, 2010 through PT Rajana Falam Princess that addresses on Jl H. Tel 46 021 Saidi 77,836,987 Western Cape of South Jakarta. Sumiati worked on employers who named Khaled Salem M Al Khamimi during the workday is often abused by mother and daughter her employer until the entire body and face covered with wounds. His legs were almost paralyzed, even his mouth is used cutouts. The case was uncovered when Sumiati taken to the hospital in Medina, which was referred to King Fahd Hospital of his injuries are very serious.

    Based on this case, it should be, the two governments, in particular, the Indonesian government should recognize the failure to protect migrant domestic workers. The lack of agreement between the Indonesian government with Saudi Arabia to agree on the MoU on the protection of Indonesian migrant domestic workers into the mirror is bad for both countries. The absence of legal protection for migrant domestic workers, open wide space for a variety of violence and abuse against them. Ironically, the two countries are also uniform in rejecting the ILO convention for the protection of domestic workers.

    For that, we assert that the case Sumiati and Kikim Komalasari constituted crimes against humanity that the culprit is not singular. But the government has done omission is also a party that is responsible for various acts of crime. Responding to continue to repeat crimes against humanity against Indonesian migrant domestic workers in Saudi Arabia, we stated:

    1. Saudi Arabia condemned the savagery which has carried out many humanitarian crimes. Saudi Arabia must take full responsibility for the humanitarian tragedy that befell Sumiati, Kikim Komalasari and thousands of other Indonesian migrant domestic workers through a fair legal process.

    2. Inviting the international community to reject Saudi Arabia became the UN Women’s Committee (a new body in the UN). Currently, Saudi Arabia volunteered to become a member at the agency.

    3. Saudi Arabia and the Government of Indonesia must immediately ratifying the UN convention of 1990 on the protection of migrant workers and members of his family as the foundation for both countries to take concrete measures for the protection of migrant domestic workers through the establishment of the MoU that reflect the principles of human rights and decent work (decent job) for domestic workers .

    4. Saudi Arabia and the Government of Indonesia should support the establishment of the ILO convention for the protection of domestic workers (Domestic Workers)

    Jakarta, 19 November 2010

    Migrant CARE, ATKI, IMWU, SBMI, JRMK, JALA PRT, FSPI Reform, FPTSK, Ship Women, E-Net for Justice, School of Women Ciliwung, SARI, INFID

    Contact Person: Anis Hidayah (081578722874), Retno ATKI (0817820952)

    Hopefully the subject of reflection and consideration for young people who are looking for jobs abroad, especially in certain countries that treats people not as human beings. Moga Christ the King of Hosts that his party today we celebrate the more we realize that everything has been created by and in Him, so that respect to others become law which is mandatory

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