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Isreali News/// A-E' "Keep up to good work" I think we are winning

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posted on Mar, 31 2010 @ 07:42 AM
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something is going on Isreal wants Washington to start force against us the people, and washington hit the preverbal "patriot brick" wall... well, we are
waiting washington --- after all all of you bastards have been fired.. you have no power... we the people who have faught and died for freedom are being remembered and so is all the laws washington has been busy passing...
from Anti-Evil to Washington Dc.... Go F yourself.
-- whom ever is leaking in Isreal -- you guys rock - and I would leave Isreal before America wakes up... it will more than likely be a short and devastating blow to these Zionist and unfortunately to end the conflict we need to end Isreal again. because the zionist want to build a temple on the mount -- not sure, how 1 billion muslims will react to there 3rd most holy spot on earth being destroyed for a Jewish Temple will go over - but I envision America siding with the Arabs on this one... ownership is 90% of the law and right now I dont see a for sale sign.




www.israelnationalnews.com...
Nationalists Blame Obama-Livni Collusion for Jerusalem Leaks

by Gil Ronen



(IsraelNN.com) Twice in the course of two weeks, Israel-US relations
were strained when Israeli media published news of technical
approvals granted to building projects in eastern Jerusalem - first
in Ramat Shlomo, and then at the Shepherd Hotel compound. Both times,
the leaks came out just as Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu was
about to meet one of the United States' two most senior officials:
Vice President Joe Biden in the first, and President Barack Obama in
the second.

Some nationalist analysts think this is no coincidence and the
conspiracy theories are making their rounds. One nationalist
newspaper sees a collusion between Obama and Israeli opposition
Leader Tzipi Livni (Kadima). Others blame media mogul Arnon Moses,
owner of Yediot Acharonot and the Ynet news website.

Nationalist newspaper Makor Rishon's editor Amnon Lord noted in a
front page article Friday that Jeffrey Goldberg of the Atlantic
Monthly, who is close to the Obama administration, hinted rather
broadly that Obama was behind the very leak - regarding construction
of 1,600 housing units at Ramat Shlomo - that supposedly surprised
the administration and made it so angry.

"Obama is not trying to destroy America's relations with Israel; he's
trying to organize Tzipi Livni's campaign for prime minister, or at
least for her inclusion in a broad-based centrist government,"
Goldberg wrote. "The goal," he explained, "is force a rupture in the
governing coalition that will make it necessary for Netanyahu to take
into his government Livni's centrist Kadima Party (...) and form a
broad, 68-seat majority in Knesset that does not have to rely on
gangsters, messianists and medievalists for votes."

'The Prophet Yoel'
Under the headline "Yoel the Prophet," Lord also noted that Reshet
Bet government-run radio recorded MK Yoel Hasson, a Livni confidante,
predicting mysteriously one week before Biden arrived in Israel that
"in the coming weeks it will become obvious just how flimsy the
relations between Netanyahu, the Europeans and Americans really are."

When asked, after the Biden flap, how he had seemed to predict that
such a crisis was coming, Hasson "smiled mysteriously."

Lord's conclusion: the affair was engineered with Kadima's help.

'Treason'
Meanwhile, Jerusalem city councilman Elisha Peleg suggested that
Israel Security Agency (aka Shin Bet) should launch an investigation
to find the individuals responsible for news of the permits making
headlines when they did. "I would ask the ISA to find out who are
those who believe that Palestinian interests are more important than
Israeli interests," he told IDF Radio, saying that "treason" was
involved.

The Jerusalem Municipality issued a statement saying that the report
regarding Shepherd Hotel was "distorted" and "is meant to stir up a
provocation during Prime Minister [Binyamin] Netanyahu's visit in
Washington."

"The plan was approved in July 2009 by the local committee," the
municipality noted. "Its approval was published in the media at the
time. The landowners only paid the fees on March 15, 2010, and
approval was granted automatically after that."

Likud Minister for Environmental Protection Gilad Erdan also said
that Tuesday's news was "left-wing spin." He called it "idle chatter
that left-wing elements are looking to use to muddy Netanyahu's name,
even at the expense of ties with the US."

Was it Noni?
News1, a news website owned and operated by hard-hitting independent
newsman Yoav Yitzchak, had its own theory regarding the embarrassing
leaks. He noted that the Shepherd Hotel leak was first published in
Ynet, and cited unnamed political sources that estimated that Arnon
'Noni' Moses was trying to bring down Binyamin Netanyahu's
government. Moses is waging a business war against a new rival,
Yisrael HaYom, which threatens his newspapers' ascendancy in the
Israeli market. Yisrael HaYom is owned by Sheldon Adelson, who is
considered close to Netanyahu.


[edit on 31-3-2010 by Anti-Evil]




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