VIDEO: Anti-Zionist Orthodox Jews Protesting and Attacked


Anti-Zionist Orthodox Jews protesting the desecration of graves by a highway construction project near Haifa were attacked and brutally beaten by private security guards hired by the Ministry of Transportation.

The group, known for being outspokenly critical of the State of Israel and its very existence were peacefully demonstrating at the time. This attack follows a long history of violence against the Orthodox Jewish community.

Consistent with fundamental Jewish beliefs, some of these protesters often take part in demonstrations, side by side with Palestinians, against the State of Israel and its inhuman policies toward the Palestinian people.” The apparent strategy of using organized violence through private security personnel against these peaceful protesters is only one of many tactics used by the State of Israel to intimidate and discourage further protests. The police were nowhere to be found at the time or even hours after the melee. Several Rabbis and children were attacked with electric stun gun devices and knives, requiring some to be hospitalized.

Among the injured were Rabbi Leibl Deutsch and Rabbi Yisroel Rothchild, both of Jerusalem who were stabbed in the lower back and leg respectively. The Jewish cemetery at the heart of the incident dates back to the Second Temple era, over 2000 years ago.Some of the caves that comprise the cemetery have been destroyed as a result of the ongoing highway work and there are heightened fears of further desecration as the highway project continues unabated.

AUDIO: The Injustice of the Nuremberg Trials

The Nuremberg Tribunal of 1945-46 — the most spectacular judicial enterprise in history — was meant to prove that the defeated German regime had been one of unique and monstrous deceit, rapaciousness and evil. But in fact the Tribunal dispensed not justice, but injustice. The four Allied powers that organized and ran it were themselves guilty of some of the very same crimes they accused the German defendants of having committed. The Tribunal was an illegal enterprise that operated on the basis of “ex post facto” law created after the fact expressly for the occasion, and which the Allies applied only to the defeated. The hangings of German leaders ordered by the Tribunal were little more than murders glossed over with a veneer of makeshift, hypocritical pseudo-legality. Source: The Mark Weber Report.

VIDEO: USS Liberty Cover-up

Do you know the USS Liberty was a attacked by Israel? And, it has been covered up by the US government and John McCain’s father.  This was a deliberate false flag attack for the purposes of advancing Zionist interests.


DEBATE: Endangered Christians and Zionist Influence?

Listen closely to Iben Thranholm in his debate.  She highlights the “godless” influences in Europe.  And, a good question to ask is: Where did these influences come from and who do they benefit?  It all leads to Zionism.

We are warned that Christianity will disappear from Iraq and Syria – places where Christians have lived since the religion began – within one or two generations. Why is the West largely indifferent to the fate of Christians in the Middle East? The forced toppling of secular regimes in the region has been a catastrophe for the followers of Christ. Debate is with Jeffrey Tayler, Iben Thranholm, and Revd. Nadim Nassar.

VIDEO: European/Zionist Plot to Eradicate Race Through Immigration (Coudenhove-Kalergi Plan)

In his book «Praktischer Idealismus», Richard Kalergi indicates that the residents of the future “United States of Europe” will not be the People of the Old Continent, but a kind of “sub-humans, products of miscegenation.” He clearly states that the peoples of Europe should interbreed with Asians and colored races, thus creating a multinational flock with no quality and easily controlled by the ruling elite.  The plan includes solving the 1.3% birth rate of Europe by mass immigration, 159,000,000 by 2025.

VIDEO: WWI, The Balfour Declaration, and British Christian Zionism

This is the greatest event that has occurred in Jewish History that has in the last 1800 years.

— Walter Rothschild, December 2nd 1917, Covent Garden Opera House, London

Rothschild was referring to the Balfour’s Declaration British support for the establishment in Palestine for a national “home: for Jews. This was the dream of the Zionist movement.

Questions Over 7/7 Bomber’s Trip To Israel

Khan was in Israel weeks before two UK men bombed a Tel Aviv bar, but potential links between them were not properly investigated. Why?

The inquests into the 2005 London bombings, presented at the time as the conclusive and final judgement on the attacks, did not examine a potentially crucial part of the lead bomber’s back-story, a Sky News investigation has found.

The timing of an unexplained visit to Israel in early 2003 by lead 7/7 bomber Mohammed Sidique Khan was not addressed in any of the parliamentary or judicial investigations into the London attacks, despite the fact it occurred just weeks before two British men – with apparent connections to Khan – carried out a deadly suicide mission in Tel Aviv.

The chairman of the Home Affairs Select Committee has told Sky News he will write to the Home Secretary seeking an explanation, and has raised the question of whether “further steps” could still be necessary.

The attack on Mike’s Place bar on the beach in Tel Aviv in April 2003 was carried out by Britain’s first ever suicide bombers.

Asif Hanif, from Hounslow, killed three people and injured more than 50 when he detonated his device.

Another bomb carried by Omar Sharif from Derby failed to detonate. He fled the scene and his body was found washed up on the beach weeks later. A coroner’s inquest ruled he had drowned.

Ashif Muhahmmad Hanif And Omar Khan Sharif

Britain’s first suicide bombers: Asif Hanif (L) and Omar Sharif (R)

A martyrdom video was later released by Palestinian militant group Hamas showing the two men speaking in English and Arabic.

But weeks before the attack Khan had also visited Israel for a single day in February 2003 – crossing from Jordan ostensibly for a sightseeing trip to Jerusalem.

Video: 7/7: Ten Years On

The visit, corroborated by his absence record from his teaching assistant job at a Leeds school, and confirmed to Sky News by senior Israeli security officials, came at the end of a pilgrimage to Mecca in Saudi Arabia.

The Government’s official account of 7/7, published in 2006, did mention Khan’s visit to Israel but claimed there was “no evidence of anything suspicious”.

However, the plausibility of this assessment is drawn into question by the fact that in its otherwise comprehensive contextual timeline of the “evolving international terrorist threat”, the report misses any mention of the Mike’s Place bombing, which occurred weeks after Khan’s visit .

After 7/7, numerous indications emerged that Khan might have been an associate of Sharif and Hanif.

All three were involved in the activities of the now-banned Al Muhajiroun group, led by radical preachers Omar Bakri Mohammad and Abu Hamza.

Sources have told Sky News Sharif travelled widely, and is believed to have visited the same mosque in Beeston as Khan at one period.

Most significantly, a 2006 BBC documentary featured an interview with Manchester businessman Kursheed Fiaz, who claimed the trio had approached him in 2001 seeking funding for a project to send young British Muslims for “education in the new ways of Islam” in Syria, Pakistan and Afghanistan.

Despite the fact Khan’s visit occurred shortly before the Tel Aviv attacks, and despite the post-7/7 indications that he may have had contact with the Mike’s Place bombers, the question of whether police properly investigated the Tel Aviv attackers’ backgrounds has not been asked – either in the post-7/7 parliamentary investigations or a wide-ranging inquest, both of which looked at the background and travel history of Khan.

Joshua Faudem, a filmmaker who witnessed and survived the Mike’s Place bombing, has claimed in a recent graphic novel about the attack that he was never interviewed by British investigators, despite Israeli intelligence agents insisting they would need to speak to him.

“The end of the meeting was [the Israeli investigators] saying to me – this is their problem, this is a British problem, yes it happened here, but this is definitely a British investigation… they had my details, they said they’d passed them on – and I never heard from them, ever,” he told Sky News.

Nobody has even been convicted of any offence in relation to the Tel Aviv bombing.

Delivering her closing remarks in the 2011 inquest into 7/7, Lady Justice Hallett said she believed she “had left no stone unturned” in her investigation into whether intelligence or police could have done more to identify Khan before the attacks.

She concluded that despite the fact Khan had appeared on the surveillance of various anti-terrorism operations since as early as 2001, authorities could not reasonably have been expected to have taken steps to identify him as a threat in a way that might have prevented the London attacks.

Now the solicitor who represented the majority of the families of victims of 7/7 has said he believes Khan’s visit to Israel would have been relevant to the inquest and should have formed part of the proceedings.

“If I had been aware of this information, I would certainly have asked the coroner to look at it,” said Clifford Tibber, adding that he was concerned the new revelations could cause fresh anxiety and upset for the victims’ families.

Sky News understands Khan’s Israel trip was not dealt with in closed proceedings or redacted evidence during the course of the inquest.

Chairman of the Home Affairs Select Committee Keith Vaz MP has indicated he will write to Home Secretary Theresa May to suggest this subject could be raised when she appears before his committee in the coming weeks.

“It is relevant because relatives of the victims of 7/7 believe it is relevant; and since it was not in the original timeline it does need to be considered,” he said.

Israeli analyst Barak Ben-Zur, who once served in a senior position in Israel’s Shin Bet intelligence agency, told Sky News the Mike’s Place bombing was “very peculiar” and added that there are legitimate questions about the investigation into what took place.

“Hamas at that period of time had no need for any foreigners to join their campaign of suicide attacks… In that year of 2003 there were at least 25 suicide attacks – so bringing two people such a long way to Tel Aviv in order to carry out a suicide attack, was very peculiar,” said Mr Ben-Zur.

A post-7/7 investigation by Israeli authorities into whether Khan was involved in the planning of the Mike’s Place attack is understood to have found no evidence to corroborate that he visited Tel Aviv.

However, asked whether he believed Khan’s visit to Israel might have been significant in relation to the Tel Aviv attacks, Mr Ben-Zur posited the theory that he may have used his day trip to scout the security of the Allenby Crossing – the West Bank border used by many to access Israel from Jordan.

This speculative theory is based on the fact the explosives used in the Mike’s Place attacks were very different to those used in the many Palestinian suicide attacks that were being carried out at that time – making it likely the Mike’s Place bombers smuggled their explosives, which were camouflaged by being moulded into books, from Syria, where they had been before entering Israel.

“Ninety-five percent, even more than that – of the explosive charges used in suicide and other terror attacks at that time were based on improvised explosives, assembled and produced in the backyards of Palestinian residents, and here we are finding something professional, prepared very well; how it was detonated, how it was camouflaged, such a thing was carried out surely by someone that understood explosives very well and was already experienced in preparing such explosive charges,” said Mr Ben-Zur.

He too believes Khan’s visit to Israel should have been looked at in the post-7/7 investigations.

“This case was not mentioned – there are a variety of other cases the reports deal with deeply and seriously, but this special case was omitted. I don’t know the reason for that… if it was not done, it should be asked why it’s so,” he added.

Raffaello Pantucci, director of International Security Studies at the Royal United Services Institute, agreed the timing of the Israel trip needed to be looked at further.

“There are certainly questions to be answered, not least about how UK authorities saw the domestic terrorist threat in 2003.

“This is crucial because understanding how we assessed the threat then impacts directly on how we use our resources and carry out our assessments today and in the future,” said Mr Pantucci.

The solicitor who served the coroner during the 2010-2011 inquest into the London bombings has told Sky News: “Lady Justice Hallett considered evidence on a range of topics having received submissions on what these should comprise.

“These submissions were received from all interested persons, including the 52 bereaved families, and led her to conclude that her investigation would be wide in scope and that it would include the background of the bombers and alleged intelligence failings in decisions taken in relation to them.”

Sky News has asked the Home Office for a response to why the Mike’s Place bombing – carried out by Britain’s first ever suicide bombers – did not feature in the timeline of the “evolving terrorist threat” featured in its 2006 official account of 7/7.

No response has been offered at the time of writing.

The Metropolitan Police were asked whether the information provided to the BBC in 2006 by Kursheed Fiaz, regarding the links between Khan and the Mike’s Place bombers, was followed-up or formed part of their post-7/7 accounts of Khan’s background.

In a written response a spokesperson said “we are not prepared to discuss the questions you put to us”.