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Dangerous When Cornered

I’m not sure what kind of animal the namesake of ObamaCare is—he calls himself a mutt—but any animal, from the lowly rat to the lower community organizer, is dangerous when cornered:

While the EU and the United States cheered a deal that world powers reached with Tehran over its nuclear ambitions, Israel was fierce in its criticism Sunday, with Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu calling the agreement a “historic mistake” that his country isn’t bound by.

“What was achieved last night in Geneva is not a historic agreement, it is a historic mistake,” Netanyahu said in a statement Sunday morning. “This agreement and its significance there of threatens many countries and of course Israel among them. Israel is not obliged to the agreement.”

His ministers went much farther in their criticism.

“If in five years, a nuclear suitcase explodes in New York or Madrid,” Naftali Bennett, the Israeli minister of trade and industry, said, “it will be because of the agreement that was signed this morning.”

To be sure, there is no love lost between Iran and Israel: neighbors and archrivals.

Iran, which in the past has questioned Israel’s right to even exist, continues to push Tel Aviv’s buttons with incendiary statements.

Archrivals? Push buttons?

You mean like this?

Khamenei said Israeli officials “cannot be even called humans” and referred to Netanyahu as “the rabid dog of the region.”

And this?

“Israel is much smaller than Iran in land mass, and therefore far more vulnerable to nuclear attack.”
— Former Iranian President Ali Rafsanjani

“Surely, the day will come when the nations of the region will witness the destruction of the Zionist regime… when the destruction happens will depend on how the Islamic nations approach the issue.”

[E]enmity toward the Zionist octupus are among the [chief] mottos of the Iranian people.”
— Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, Supreme Leader of Iran

Israel has managed — by means of violence, force, intimidation, satanic plots and widespread propoganda — to impose itself upon the region and to create a myth that the Zionist regime is invincible. But today, the Islamic resistance [Hamas, Hizbullah and Islamic Jihad] has shattered this false myth… As Khomeini said, if every Muslim pours a bucket of water over Israel, it will be washed away.”
— Iranian Foreign Minister Manuchehr Mottaki

“Our position against the Zionist regime is to the benefit of all nations, because this regime is a shameful stain on the body of mankind, and its crimes in Palestine are a disgrace to humanity at large. That is why we want to put an end to the [Zionists’] crimes. Today, after 60 years, the time had come to open up the black box of the Zionist regime’s crimes and expose the facts…

With God’s grace, your wish will soon be realized, and this germ of corruption will be wiped off the face of the world.”

“Israel’s days are numbered.”
“The people of the region would not miss the narrowest opportunity to annihilate this false regime.”

Anybody who recognizes Israel will burn in the fire of the Islamic nation’s fury (while) any (Islamic leader) who recognizes the Zionist regime means he is acknowledging the surrender and defeat of the Islamic world….As the Imam [Ayatollah Ruhollah Khomeini] said, Israel must be wiped off the map.”

Those who think that they can revive this stinking corpse by celebrating its anniversary are totally wrong. … Having received a slap in the face from the Lebanese people, this regime is now coming to its end like a dead fish.
— Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, President of Iran

Gosh, I haven’t heard such virulent genocidal language by a criminal regime (Iran’s, not Obama’s) run by rabid zealots (Obama’s, not Iran’s) seeking to arm themselves for Armageddon (Iran, not Obama) since … I can’t remember when!

As historians (in the shape of cockroaches, the only survivors) pick through the rubble of what’s left of civilization, they will debate which of Obama’s spasms of fear and anger did the most damage. Cornered by the dismal failure of ObamaCare (and its implications for the doctrine of liberalism), the trapped mutt has let slip the tyranny of the majority in the Senate and the demons of messianic Islam in Iran. He has used ObamaCare enrollment to register new Democrat voters, and will, by hook or by crook, turn illegal aliens into voting citizens before his time is done.

I’ve long wondered why the namesake of ObamaCare has been so hostile and divisive with his rhetoric. As a relatively young man, doesn’t he know that he’ll live to see his work undone, his vision of a diminished America painted over? It implied to me that he had no intention of leaving, that he would create a crisis to exploit, a national emergency that would render elections too dangerous to risk. What I did not understand is that he could keep his promise to “fundamentally transform America”. We are circling the drain, and we’re taking others down with us.

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You Say Shiite, I Say Sunni

Or: “Salafing All the Way”

Following are excerpts from a press conference held at Al-Azhar, Cairo, with Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, on February 5, 2013. The press conference was aired by the Al-Jazeera network.

Hassan Al-Shafi’, advisor to Sheik Al-Azhar: I have visited Iran. I lived nearby, in South-East Asia, and I am familiar with the situation there. Let’s not bury our heads in the sand. Some might say that [the Sunni-Shiite conflict] is a thing of the past. No, it isn’t. It is a contemporary issue.

Out of a desire for unity, we say: We must remove these obstacles. A reference was made to the civil rights of some of our Sunni brothers in Iran. I’ll make do with that… Moreover, His Excellency…

Advisor: That’s not what we agreed upon, Hajj. We didn’t agree upon those words…

Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad: We said we would talk about unity…

Hassan Al-Shafi’: I am talking about unity, and I say…

Mahmoud Ahmadinejad: … and about brotherhood…

Hassan Al-Shafi’: Removing these obstacles in order to highlight unity…

Mahmoud Ahmadinejad: Well said!

This was also well said:

An Egyptian citizen attempted to assault Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad in Cairo on Thursday evening.

According to a report in the website of the Egyptian daily Al-Masry Al-Youm, the assault occurred at the residence of Mojtaba Amani, the acting Iranian ambassador in Cairo, during a ceremony commemorating the anniversary of the Iranian Islamic Revolution.

The attacker attempted to physically assault Ahmadinejad as he chanted, “Down with Iran, he must leave,” Al-Masry Al-Youm reported.

This is the second attempted attack on the Iranian president during his stay in Cairo.

Earlier this week, a young Syrian man tried to assault Ahmadeinjad as he was coming out of a mosque, throwing his shoe at the Iranian president.

They think he’s a real heel.

But the Moud-ster shouldn’t feel bad. They’re not that fond of each other in Egypt either:

Following are excerpts from statements made by Egyptian Salafi cleric Sheik Mahmoud Shaaban and by former Egyptian MP Alaa Amer, which were aired by Al-Hafez TV via the Internet on February 1, 2013.

Egyptian Salafi cleric Sheik Mahmoud Shaaban: The leadership of the National Salvation Front, which clearly aspires to the [presidential] throne, should be killed, according to Islamic law. Are you with me, Dr. ‘Atef? According to Islamic law, they should be killed.

This is according to a reliable hadith of the Prophet Muhammad. Since I expected that this would come as a surprise to everyone, including Dr. ‘Atef, I brought with me the Sahih Muslim collection of hadiths, with commentary by Al-Nawawi.

The National Salvation Front, which wants the presidency, and whose leadership is setting fire to Egypt, in an effort to gain the presidency, should be killed.

The National Salvation Front, if you can’t keep the teams straight, is the opposition, Mohammed El Baradei’s (et al) motley crew.

Do you ever get the feeling this is like coming into a movie late? Isn’t this where we came in? Shiites and Sunnis hating each other, fundamentalists and reformers at each others’ throats. I don’t know why I should expect any different; they’ve been at it for centuries. Now they’re just better armed.

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Human Rights Shrug

When Ahmadinejad calls Israel a “a regime based on evil”, a “cancerous tumor”, a “stinking corpse”, a “filthy bacteria”, a “dead rat”, “a rotten, dried tree”, and “a mosquito” that “must be wiped off the map”; or that “one of the biggest lies was the Holocaust”; or that “Zionism is the modern times plight of the human society” and “basically a new [form of] fascism”; and that Zionists are “a group of blood-thirsty savages”, who “act like Hitler and behave worse than Genghis Khan”, and “have no faith in religion or even God”, and who are “are lying about being Jewish”, and “are the true manifestation of Satan”, and “have imposed themselves on a substantial portion of the banking, financial, cultural and media sectors”, and none of whom died on 9/11 because “one day earlier they were told not to go to their workplace”, why do you have to take it as a bad thing?

You Jews are so sensitive!

The head of New York-based Human Rights Watch refused to label as genocidal Iranian calls to obliterate the Jewish state and compared Iran’s mullah leadership to the Shas party.

The Wall Street Journal’s David Feith, as assistant editorial features editor with the paper, obtained internal HRW emails and published last week a report, headlined “Dancing around genocide,” about alleged HRW bias against Israel and an internecine conflict within HRW’s top leadership about the group’s head, Kenneth Roth, and his failure to take Iran’s calls to destroy Israel seriously.

The Journal reported that Sid Sheinberg, HRW’s vice chairman, wrote in an email, “Sitting still while Iran claims a ‘justification to kill all Jews and annihilate Israel’ is…a position unworthy of our great organization.”

According to the newspaper, Roth wrote in one email, “Many of [Iran’s] statements are certainly reprehensible, but they are not incitement to genocide. No one has acted on them.”

Did no one act in Buenos Aires in 1994? In Lebanon over and over? In Gaza just weeks ago? Iran’s DNA is all over those “acts” and myriad others, either directly or through its agents, Hizb’allah and Ham’ass.

Yet:

The Journal report noted that “while Hamas started indiscriminate rocket attacks against Israeli towns a decade ago, Human Rights Watch took years to issue a report. From 2000 to 2010, it published about as many reports condemning Israel as criticizing the tyrannies in Syria, Libya and Iran combined. In 2009, the group’s top Middle East official went fundraising in Saudi Arabia – that human rights paragon – where she spoke proudly of her disputes with ‘pro-Israel pressure groups.’”

The online Jewish magazine Tablet obtained a separate set of emails, in which Roth compared Shas’s Rabbi Ovadia Yosef with Iranian leaders.

According to Tablet, Roth wrote, “Would you suggest that Human Rights Watch denounce these statements as incitement to genocide? If not, what is the difference between these statements and the ones by Iranian leaders that you consider incitement to genocide? After all, Rabbi Ovadia Yosef’s statements are arguably more direct than those made by Iranian leaders, and Israel, unlike Iran, has the means to carry them out.”

What is the difference? How about Shas doesn’t have hundreds of centrifuges whirling like demonic dervishes, refining uranium to weapon grade; or a missile program to deliver the resultant weapons? Just for starters.

Oh yeah, one other: while both the Islamic Republic of Iran and Shas deplore homosexuality, the next gay person stoned or hanged in Israel will be the first. Ahmadinejad boasts that there are no gays in Iran, and who’s to say he’s wrong? How it got that way, however, is open to discussion.

In an email to The Jerusalem Post on Saturday, Prof. Gerald M. Steinberg, the head of the Jerusalem-based NGO Monitor, wrote, “This is a blatant example of Roth’s indifference to genocidal threats and human rights abuses when these target Israel.”

“Roth, who has controlled Human Rights Watch since 1996, has consistently demonstrated a obsession with attacking the Jewish state, and the people he selected to lead HRW’s Middle East and North Africa division are also infected with this deep bias,” Steinberg wrote.

“While Gaddafi was ranting against the Zionists, HRW embraced the regime as ‘human rights reformers.’ HRW’s studied silence in the face of Iran’s genocidal threats further demonstrates this organization’s moral bankruptcy.”

Steinberg added that “George Soros, who now provides HRW with most of its budget after many donors withdrew support, shares responsibility for enabling such immoral behavior under the facade of human rights.”

Plenty more on HRW, AI, B’Tselem, et al, at NGO Monitor. And of course the daily, hourly, minute-ly evil of the UN.

What this story and these briefs against such so-called human rights organizations remind me is that not only has the Left been corrupted, but that the Left has corrupted language. When I hear someone on the Left espouse “social justice”, I confess I inwardly spit (not a pleasant thought, I grant you). Not that “social justice” is a bad thing, but that it has become degraded into a tattered shopping list of Leftist causes. Whereas once “social justice” may have been synonymous with the brave, noble, and high-minded American civil rights movement, now it descended to the lower colon of the Occupy Movement, as symbolized by the gentleman having a bowel movement on the police cruiser.

The Reverend Martin Luther King, Jr. had a dream and went to the mountain top. The Occupiers had a dump and took to the gutters. The symbolism of each defines them.

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They Clapped for Hitler Too

No wonder A’jad has such a big head:

“Continued threat by the uncivilized Zionists to resort to military action against our great nation is a clear example of this bitter reality,” he added in his only reference to Israel.

Israeli diplomats also stayed away, partly because Jews were marking Yom Kippur, the holiest Jewish day of the year.

Outside the UN headquarters, demonstrators protesting at Ahmadinejad’s presence set up a hangman’s gallows to symbolize Iran’s widespread use of executions.

Diplomats from Britain, France and Germany sat through Ahmadinejad’s address, but found nothing in his lecture-like theological comments to justify a repeat of the walkouts of previous years.

Ahmadinejad’s speech was applauded and he acknowledged the acclaim with a wave before leaving the UN stage for the last time.

Shame. Shame, shame, shame.

God bless Benjamin Netanyahu:

“Dear Israeli citizens,” he wrote.

“I am taking off tonight to New York, to represent the State of Israel on the UN podium. On the question of Iran, we are all united in the goal of preventing Iran from obtaining nuclear weapons.”

“On the day that we pray to be inscribed in the Book of Life, the podium was given to the dictatorial regime in Iran that takes every opportunity to sentence us to death.”

“On the eve of Yom Kippur, a day that the Jewish people holds sacred, the Iranian dictator chose to call for our disappearance in public, with the entire world watching. This is a black day for those who chose to remain in the hall and hear these hateful words. In my speech before the representatives of nations at the UN General Assembly, they will hear our response.

“As the prime minister of Israel, the state of the Jewish people, I am acting in every possible way so that Iran does not obtain nuclear weapons. History proves that whoever wanted to erase us from the map – failed in his mission, while the Jewish nation overcame all obstacles.

“We’ve created a marvelous state, one of the most advanced in the world. Israel is a modern, strong state due to the strength and talent of its citizens and thanks to our belief in the justness of our path. I wish you a gmar chatima tova.”

Sounds like most of the rest of the world is too.

PS: Is it being reported that Ahmadinejad spoke to the UN on Yom Kippur? There’s only so much exposure to their poison I can take.

PPS: I knew they’d come through:

The Canadian delegation left the assembly as he took the podium.

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Why the Conservative Media Rule

Nuff sed.

Just in time for Yom Kippur.

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Unspeakable

The UN has invited Morey Ahmadamsterdam to address the General Assembly… on Yom Kippur.

Words fail…

The Iranian leader is expected to address the GA on the Jewish holy day of Yom Kippur, while Netanyahu will speak the next day after arriving in the United States.

According to diplomatic sources in New York, the Iranian issue will be at the top of the agenda of the GA’s speakers, although there will be no votes during the 10-day assembly.

All Western leaders – including German Chancellor Angela Merkel, British Prime Minister David Cameron and French President Francois Holland – are expected to speak. Their presence in New York will pave the way for discussions on the Iranian issue.

Hey, maybe he’ll use the occasion to say something nice.

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How Did You Spend Al-Quds Day?

Cookout? Trip to the beach? Playing pin the horns on the Jew?

Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad on Friday denounced Israel and said that “The very existence of the Zionist regime is an insult to humanity.”

In the speech which was broadcast live on Iranian TV in honor of al-Quds Day Ahmadinejad added that “The western powers cannot tolerate criticism of the Zionist regime. They feel compelled to defend it.”

He also warned: “It is dangerous if even 10% of the territory is given to the Zionists.”

“The Zionist regime is a malignant cancer, if even one cell remains on Palestinian land, the current situation will continue in the future,” the president said and warned: “Zionists want to spread.”

Ahmadinejad added that al-Quds Day is the day of unity among all human beings to remove the “Zionist black stain” from the human society,” Iran’s PressTV reported.

He added that “Zionist presence on even one centimeter of Palestinian land was dangerous.

Ah well, Mahmoud’s a notorious hothead. How do the more sober types see things?

Supreme Leader of the Islamic Revolution Ayatollah Seyed Ali Khamenei underlined the importance of this year’s International Quds Day rallies, and reiterated that liberation of the Palestinian territories from the hands of the usurper Zionist regime is the responsibility of all Muslims.

Ayatollah Khamenei noted that liberating Palestine from the grip of Israel and its allies is a religious duty for all Muslims across the world.

The Leader described the occupation of the Palestinian territories and the formation of the Israeli regime as the root of evil in the Middle East.

“Had this conspiracy not taken place, these wars, divisions, and interventions by colonialists and oppressors would not have occurred,” the Leader stated.

Funny they don’t mention the “settlements”. Nothing about “green lines” or “armistice lines”. Must be a translation error. Let them have the bomb to feel better about themselves and everything should be cool.

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Say Hello to My L’il Friend

Mahmoud, meet the MPR-500:

Israel last week unveiled an improved precision, bunker-burrowing weapon, the latest in a series of operational upgrades aimed at honing what one official here labeled “a very credible military option” against the Iranian nuclear threat.

Built by state-owned Israel Military Industries (IMI), the 500-pound MPR-500 is an electro-optical or laser-guided projectile that can penetrate double-reinforced concrete walls or floors without breaking apart. It is designed as an upgrade to the U.S. Mk82, thousands of which are in Israel Air Force stocks, and can use Joint Direct Attack Munition (JDAM) kits or Paveway for guidance.

In an operational test video released March 6, the MPR-500 is seen penetrating four reinforced concrete walls, with fragmentation from the explosion limited to a radius of less than three meters.

“The lethality, precision … and relatively low weight enables its use against multiple targets in a single pass; an element that increases the operational effectiveness of attack,” according to IMI.

The MPR-500 bridges an operational gap between the 250-pound U.S. GBU-39 small-diameter bomb — 1,000 of which were approved for sale to Israel — and the 5,000-pound GBU-28.

Did someone say GBU-28?

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B*tch-Slapping the Pipsqueak

So, who would win a steel-cage death match between the Twelfth Imam and the Supreme Leader?

Do you really have to ask?

With an initial turnout of 65 percent in Iran’s parliamentary election on Friday the political future of President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad looks bleak.

Iran’s ultra-conservative Islamic clerical leadership is eager to restore the damage to its legitimacy, caused by the violent crackdown on dissent and claims of vote-rigging after Ahmadinejad’s re-election in 2009.

Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, who endorsed the 2009 result, has since turned sharply against Ahmadinejad.

Khameini, 72, and Ahmadinejad locked horns early last year in a contest of wills that observers say Iran’s Supreme Leader, who has since called Ahmadinejad a religious ‘deviant,’ was destined to win.

Early results from Friday’s vote indicated the bombastic and divisive Ahmadinejad’s supporters were losing ground in the 290-seat parliament.

His sister, Parvin Ahmadinejad, failed to win a seat in their hometown of Garmsar, the semi-official Mehr news agency said.

He has a sister? I bet she’s taller than him too. And better looking.

Well, taller still has a shot.

Anyhow, I never thought I’d agree with Ayatollah Khamenei on anything, but I’d say Ahmadinejad is a deviant too.

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Mahmoud, You Got Some ‘Splainin’ to Do!

They don’t have wood in the desert, so I guess this can be described as being called to the sand shed:

Iran’s parliament on Tuesday decided to summon President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad for questioning over a long list of accusations, including that he mismanaged the nation’s economy.

The summons was the first of its kind for an Iranian president since 1979. It follows a petition by a group of lawmakers for a review of policy decisions by Ahmadinejad, who has come under increasing attacks in recent months from the same hard-liners who brought him to power.

It is also part of a power struggle on the Iranian political scene ahead of March 2 parliamentary elections and the 2013 presidential vote.

Mohammad Reza Bahnoar, the parliament deputy speaker, said lawmakers have demanded that Ahmadinejad answer a slew of questions on the economy, including purportedly bypassing a special budget for the Tehran subway and public transportation.

He is also to be queried about foreign and domestic policy decisions.

“There is a requirement for the president to answer questions in an open session of the parliament,” said Bahnoar, whose parliament speech was broadcast live on Iranian state radio.

A letter containing the summons is to be sent to Ahmadinejad in next two days, according to the parliament statement. Under Iranian law, he has up to appear in parliament after one month. It’s unclear what would happen if Ahmadinejad fails to appear before parliament.

Ahmadinejad will also be asked why he “hesitated for 11 days” to act on a demand Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei to reinstate intelligence minister, Heidar Moslehi, who was sacked by Ahmadinejad in 2011, and to elaborate on his snap dismissal of former foreign minister, Manouchehr Mottaki, during a trip to Africa.

The power struggle has pitted Ahmadinejad against Khamenei, who has final say on all state matters in Iran. Ahmadinejad and his policies have been the target of criticism by lawmakers, clerics as well as state-run media.

If Ahmadinejad should hang from the highest gibbet, as is the Persian wont, would it be improper for Israelis to hand out candy, as is the Arab wont?

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Judge To Rule That Iran Assisted in Planning, Implementing September 11th Attacks

Wow.

In an historic hearing in the federal courthouse in Manhattan on Thursday, U.S. District Court Judge George Daniels said he planned to issue a ruling in the coming days declaring that Iran shares in the responsibility for the 9/11 terror attacks.

“The extensive record submitted to this court, including fact witnesses and expert testimony, is satisfactory to this court,” Judge Daniels said. The court “accepts as true” the various allegations of the plaintiffs and their experts, he declared, and “will issue an order” in the coming days that Iran bears legal responsibility for providing “material support” to the 9/11 plotters and hijackers.

Family members of 9/11 victims who attended the open-court hearing broke into tears. They had nervously sat through a four-hour presentation by attorneys Thomas E. Mellon, Jr., and Timothy B. Fleming, consisting of evidence backing up their claims that Iran had foreknowledge of the 9/11 attacks and actively assisted the hijackers in planning, preparing, and executing their plan.

“My husband’s name is on that lawsuit,” said Fiona Havlish, the lead plaintiff in the case against Iran. Her spouse, Donald G. Havlish, Jr, perished on the 101st floor of the World Trade Center’s South Tower. “This is about my husband, all our husbands, our loved ones, our sons, our daughters.”

In presenting evidence gathered by the attorneys and their outside investigator, Timothy Fleming revealed tantalizing details of still-sealed videotaped depositions provided by three defectors from Iranian intelligence organizations.

One of those defectors was “physically present” when al-Qaida’s second in command, Ayman al-Zawahiri, came to Iran in January 2001 for four days of intense closed-door meetings with the top leadership in Iran to discuss the impending attacks.

The most dramatic moment of the hearing came when Fleming unveiled the identity of a third defector and described in detail the information he had provided.

The defector, Abdolghassem Mesbahi, had been a confidant of Iranian leader Ayatollah Ruhollah Khomeini, the Islamic Republic’s founder, and headed up European operations for the new regime’s fledging intelligence service in the early 1980s.

Then, Mesbahi actively took part in developing a set of terrorist contingency plans, called “Shaitan der atash” — meaning “Satan in the Flames,” or “Satan on Fire” — to be used against the United States.

Had you heard of this lawsuit? This is news to me. This also blows a hole in the Leftist propaganda that Iran and various Arab groups cannot work together because of religious differences, Arab-Persian differences, etc. Are you listening, NPR?

- Aggie

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If You’re Not Doing Anything on Tuesday

Hop on the M104 bus (if memory serves) and take it to its southern terminus:

NOW IS THE TIME TO STAND UP FOR ISRAEL!

Next Tuesday, September 20th will be a dramatic day. The Palestinian Authority will ask the United Nations to endorse its unilateral declaration of statehood. The UN will continue to demonize and delegitimize Israel, and prepare to welcome Iran’s Mahmoud Ahmadinejad to address the General Assembly.

Join Rabbi Avi Weiss, other rabbis and congregants on September 20th at 10 a.m. at 40th Street & First Avenue, just south of the UN. Those who wish will step off the sidewalk and peacefully block the traffic going to the UN. We will demand that there can be no anti-Israel “business as usual” at the UN.

In the days before Rosh Hashana, when we examine our own deeds, let us say that we stood up for Israel when it counted most!

We all remember what happened last time Ahmadinejad came to New York, don’t we?

In this insane, depraved world we live in, four years have passed, yet we are back where we were before. Ahamdinejad will speak at the UN and dine at Columbia (last I heard, anyway), and Israel will be vilified at the UN. All that has changed is that more Iranians have died at the hands of the Puny Persian, and Iran stands at the threshold of making an atomic bomb.

Yes, any time is the time to stand up for Israel, but I fear we’re at least four years too late. (More, of course.)

And you were told. You were told many, many times. You can’t say you didn’t know.

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