ISRAELI parents killed in front of their four children in a savage terrorist attack by Muslims

An Israeli Jewish mother and father were killed in a barbaric Palestinian Muslim shooting attack on their vehicle in Samaria.

Eitam and Naama Henkin, murdered by muslim terrorists

Eitam and Naama Henkin, murdered by muslim terrorists in front of their 4 children

Times of Israel The couple, identified as Eitam and Naama Henkin, from Neria north of Ramallah, leave behind four children — aged 4 months, 4, 7 and 9 — who were in the vehicle at the time of the attack, but were not hit by the gunfire. 


The Israeli family came under fire when they slowed down before making a turn. At that moment, a Palestinian vehicle accelerated toward the family. Two attackers opened fire on the family with a handgun and a rifle. Both parents were struck multiple times in their upper bodies, paramedics said. They were pronounced dead at the scene.


Eitam Henkin, an officer in the elite Sayeret Matkal commando unit of the IDF, had no chance when a burst of gunfire slammed into his car from two different firearms on Thursday night. He and his wife Na’ama were killed within seconds before the horrified eyes of their four young children.

Military sources said bullets were found at the scene from two different firearms, a rifle and a handgun. Their four children were rescued from the vehicle and taken to the Itamar Junction where they received initial treatment from Magen David Adom (MDA) medical personnel.


The attack took place barely 24 hours after Palestinian Authority leader Mahmoud Abbas announced from the podium of the United Nations General Assembly that his entity had renounced the internationally-recognized 1994 Oslo Accords.

On Thursday, Hamas praised the “heroic terror attack” and called for more “quality attacks.” “Zionists will pay the price for Netanyahu’s criminal policies everywhere,” the group said.

In Jerusalem, another Palestinian Muslim terrorist fatally stabbed two Israel men and injured a woman and her toddler before he was shot and killed by an officer on duty, after which terror group Hamas praised the “heroic” attack.

Palestinian kills 2 Israelis, wounds 2 more


While some in the West divest, China invests and invests…in ISRAEL!

shutterstock_242979043As Europe and America continue to be flooded with welfare-dependent Muslim migrants, companies and universities are being pressured to divest their investments and boycott products made in the State of Israel. But while some in the West turn their backs on Israel, Chinese business leaders are investing there more than ever before. China admires the Jewish state, including its emphasis on education, strong family relationships, leading entrepreneurship, breakthrough technological innovations, and most of all its incomparable success despite its size in a hostile neighborhood of enemies.


Times of Israel  (h/t Mike F) Around the same time, Gaon Holdings that controls Ahava, informed Tel Aviv Stock Exchange that China’s investment giant Fosan has acquired the company for $77 million.

Ahava’s plant is located in the West Bank that is a target of the BDS movement, and in 2011 it was forced to close its London flagship store after weeks of demonstration by pro-Palestinian groups. In June the Dead Sea cosmetics company was reportedly considering relocating its factory from Kibbutz Mitzpe Shalem, located beyond the Green Line, to inside Israel’s pre-1967 border.

However, now that China has acquired the company and seeking to expand the products into China’s enormous and rapidly expanding cosmetics market, Ahava may not need to relocate. Back in 2007, Ahava had already signed exclusive distribution agreement with a Chinese company to build up the brand name in China.


Moreover, if other European nations follow Iceland’s model and boycott all Israeli products and not just those in the West Bank, relocating a factory would not make a difference.

In contrast, while the West boycotts Israel, Chinese companies such as Fosun have been pouring investments into Israeli companies the past years. For Fosun, which also bought Israeli medical and cosmetic energy-based device manufacturer Alma Lasers in 2013, “Israel is a highly attractive market that complements Fosun’s global expansion strategy.”


Unlike Europe that is still reeling from recession and the aftermath of the Eurozone crisis, China recognizes technology and innovations is a factor for continued growth. Tel Aviv-based IVC Research Center said in 2015, Chinese investments in Israeli start-ups would reach $467 million, a 54% increase from $302 million last year.

IVC counts some 30 new Chinese investors in Israel since 2012, with companies like Huawei and Desay seekings deals, and Alibaba—the worlds’ largest e-commerce company—investing $5 million in the startup Visualead in January and later in Jerusalem Venture Partner’s VC fund.

Other deals include acquisition of controlling interest in Tnuva Food Industries, Pegasus Technologies Ltd that develops and sells digital pens for the computer environment, Adama Agricultural Solutions, Ltd., agreement to build the new Ashdod port by China Harbour Engineering Company Ltd., $130 million donation to Technion, $300 million joint center between Tel Aviv University and Tsinghua University for innovative research and education, just to name a few.


But not every Academic institution in the West wants to boycott Israel:


David Fuchs, managing partner of the newly formed $20 million Synergy China Funds, observed Chinese VC market is growing by leaps and bounds. As such many Israeli venture capital funds have raised capital from Chinese backers, and Israeli start-ups can also tap into more Chinese capital when they expand operations in the lucrative Chinese market.

It is interesting to note that just before Iceland and EU’s ominous moves in September to boycott Israel, Israeli Ministry of Foreign Affairs made a film in late August to mark the 70 anniversary since the end of WWII and to express Israel’s gratitude for China sheltering 20,000 Jews who fled Nazi-occupied Europe.

In the film, the Consul General of Israel in Shanghai Mr. Arnon Perlmansaid, “the film is a token of appreciation to Shanghai and to the Chinese people from the people of Israel. The Israel people will never forget how the Chinese people came to our help during our darkest hour. It is here, in Shanghai, where Jewish refugees could find shelter from the Nazi regime.”

Among the Israelis featured in the video are former refugees from Shanghai, Mayor Yona Yahav of Haifa, Nobel Prize Laureate Prof. Robert J. (Yisrael) Aumann, high tech professionals, famous magician Hezi Din, various students and artists. After Israel made the film, which received wide Chinese press coverage, China responded with a video to express a heartwarming “you’re welcome.”

Very prescient considering what would unfold in a matter of days after the film was made, with Israel’s Foreign Ministry condemning Iceland’s boycott and status as “a volcano of hatred spews forth from the Reykjavik city council building”, while EU’s decision provoked Prime Minister Netanyahu to invoke Nazi Germany’s boycott on Jewish stores and that “we have historical memory of what happened when Europe labeled Jewish products.”

One thing for sure, Obama has done what no other American president has been able to do. His policies have forced historical enemies to become allies. Israel has formed close ties with Egypt, Saudi Arabia, Jordan, the UAE, Russia, and apparently, now even in China.


MULLAH OBAMA pushes another American ally into the Russian camp in the fight against the Islamic State

Unknown1With this latest Moscow visit, Benjamin Netanyahu confirms that the era of the post-American Middle East has begun. The Israeli prime minister and the Russian president share a disdain for what they see as the weakness of the current U.S. leadership.

Haaretz  One of the most significant geopolitical moments in recent years, Israel’s acknowledgement of Russia’s return as a major player in the region, took place without American participation.


Netanyahu is what they call in European politics, an Atlanticist. He believes in the never-ending centrality of a strategic alliance with the United States as his foreign policy. But what is such a man to do when he feels that his beloved America is itself giving up on that alliance?

Not that long ago, it would have been nearly unthinkable that an Israeli prime minister could ask for, and receive, an invitation to an emergency summit with the president of Russia, in much less time than it would take him to obtain a similar invitation to meet the president of the United States.

Netanyahu is still the most American of all Israeli leaders, but one thing he shares with Vladimir Putin is the disdain for what they both see as the weakness and prevarication of the current American leadership. It was that perceived weakness which allowed Putin to continually challenge the West over his invasions of Ukraine and it allowed him this month to steal a march on the United States and become the first world power (and second country after Iran) to put its soldiers boots on the ground in Syria.


It is that frustration with the hesitancy of America to act in response to Russia which prompted Netanyahu to rush to Moscow and promise Putin that “Israel is neither for, or against Assad.”

Putin and Netanyahu are not alone in this club of leaders who feel that under Barack Obama, the U.S. has left a vacuum in world affairs. Two other prime ministers in Asia whose politics would normally put them in the pro-America camp, India’s Narendra Modi and Japan’s Shinzo Abe, feel the same, and not surprisingly, Netanyahu gets along very well with them.

That’s also true of President Abdel-Fattah al-Sisi, the first Egyptian leader who has no problem saying in an interview that he speaks with Netanyahu on the phone every week.

Netanyahu and Egyptian president

Netanyahu and Egyptian president Abdel Fattah al-Sisi

Sisi and Modi have also been courting Putin. Even Abe has been making overtures to the Kremlin despite the ongoing territorial dispute with Russia over the Kuril Islands. They and other like-minded leaders don’t like or trust Putin very much, but they recognize they may be operating in what is becoming a post-American world order.

This of course could all prove to be very premature. The United States is still the world’s only superpower with unparalleled military and economic might, but for the last six and a half years ago, that power has rarely been wielded by President Obama and few feel that in his last 18 months in office, anything is about to change.

“Obama’s reluctance to use his power around the world hasn’t only weakened America’s position,” says one senior European diplomat. “It has weakened the main European countries as well, because we have been so used to operating together with the U.S. over the last 70 years, we can’t go it alone today.”

"Hey, Vlad, get a look at that video of Obama riding the girl's bike"

“Hey, Vlad, get a look at that video of Obama riding the girl’s bike”

Certainly the next occupant of the Oval Office may be much more of an interventionist, but it will be too late for Syria. The bloody civil war with over a quarter of a million dead and growing millions of refugees, which is rapidly becoming known as “Obama’s Rwanda,” will be the monument of his inaction and lack of coherent policy on most foreign affairs, with the exception of engagement with Iran.

Netanyahu, who is so often lambasted for his heavy-handed style of diplomacy, can be hardly blamed in this case for his prompt and pragmatic response.

Putin is the president whose has fighter jets and special forces deployed in Syria, while for the first time in eight years, the United States will for the next two months have no aircraft carrier in the Mediterranean or Persian Gulf. Washington will still have 10 (soon 11) ocean-going carriers while Russia still has none, but the test in the Middle East is not having the power, but being prepared to use it.




Palestinian Authority president says: “Israelis have no right to desecrate our holy sites with their filthy feet”

Palestinians won’t allow Israelis to “desecrate” Islamic and Christian holy sites in Jerusalem, Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas said on Wednesday, referring to the tensions surrounding visits by Jews to the Temple Mount.



JPost  “Al-Aqsa is ours and so is the Church of the Holy Sepulchre. They have no right to desecrate them with their filthy feet. We won’t allow them to do so and we will do whatever we can to defend Jerusalem,” Abbas said in his Ramallah office during a meeting with east Jerusalem activists.

Abbas said the Palestinians were determined to prevent Israel from passing its scheme to “divide” the Aksa Mosque compound.

obab “There will be no Palestinian state without Jerusalem,” he stressed. “We are in Jerusalem and we will stay in it to defend our Islamic and Christian holy sites. We’re not going to leave our country.”

He praised Muslim male and female troublemakers whose job it is to harass Jewish visitors to the Temple Mount.

“Each drop of blood that was spilled in Jerusalem is pure blood as long as it’s for the sake of Allah. Every shahid (martyr) will be in heaven and every wounded person will be rewarded, by Allah’s will.”

Also Wednesday, Abbas phoned Morocco’s King Mohammed VI and discussed with him the situation in Jerusalem in light of the controversy surrounding visits by Jews to the Temple Mount.



Barack Hussein Obama refused to help Jordan fight the Islamic State (ISIS), so Israel is helping them

The Obama Regime this year turned down a request from Jordan for Predator spy drones that would help it locate targets in the war against the Islamic State, so, instead, the state of Israel will supply them.

Jordan's King Abdullah II and Israel's PM Benjamin Netanyahu

Jordan’s King Abdullah II and Israel’s PM Benjamin Netanyahu

Washington Times  The refusal, disclosed by a House Armed Services Committee member, has gained attention since Jordan has emerged as a critical player in a U.S.-led coalition to destroy the Islamist terrorist group in the days after it released a video of its execution by fire of a captured Jordanian military pilot.


Members of Congress  called on the White House to approve a list of weapons for King Abdullah II, a strong U.S. ally. “The decision to deny the request should be reversed immediately,” Mr. Hunter wrote. “Doing so will provide Jordan critical mission capability in the fight against the Islamic State and ensure Jordan is given every advantage.

The Arab Daily News  In another sign of the increased cooperation and strategic military alliance between Israel and Jordan, news reports said that Israel will supply Jordan with two types of drones to help Jordan fight the Islamic State in Iraq, ISIS.


The London based Jane’s Defense magazine which reported the news earlier this week based on Israeli news sources said that Israel will supply Jordan with 12 “Israel Aerospace Industries (IAI) Heron TP strategic and Elbit Systems Skylark tactical UAVs.” The Heron TP is the largest and most sophisticated UAV in service since entering the IDF in 2010. The drone can fly to an altitude of 45,000 feet and stay there for up to 40 hours if necessary.

Israel has been helping Jordan in its fight against the Islamic State terrorist group in Iraq and Syria by supplying its former foe turned strategic ally with high tech weapons to protect its borders against the terrorist group.

The Heron TP (Eitan) UAV is designed to fly at high altitude on missions spanning over several days. This HALE (High Altitude Long Endurance) UAV has a wingspan of a Boeing 737 and weighs 4.5 tons; and of that, 1,000 Kg is payload. The Eitan, derived from the `Heron' MALE (Medium Altitude Long Endurance) platform, was developed by Israel Aerospace Industry (IAI).

The Heron TP (Eitan) UAV is designed to fly at high altitude on missions spanning over several days. This HALE (High Altitude Long Endurance) UAV has a wingspan of a Boeing 737 and weighs 4.5 tons; and of that, 1,000 Kg is payload. The Eitan, derived from the `Heron’ MALE (Medium Altitude Long Endurance) platform, was developed by Israel Aerospace Industry (IAI).

An Israeli defense website reported last week that a joint Jordanian-Israeli command and control war room is currently leading the air campaign against ISIS from a base in northern Jordan. 

Sources in the Pentagon, however, who did not wish to be identified for this story told the Arab Daily News that the Israeli drones will help Jordanian Special Forces currently fighting ISIS in Iraq and supporting the US troops on the ground there. A total of 12 Israeli-made UAVs will be delivered to Jordan in the near future.

Jordanian and Israel flags fly side by side at Peace Park

Jordanian and Israel flags fly side by side at Peace Park

Images seen online on August 13 also showed Royal Jordanian Air Force Lockheed Martin F-16 Fighting Falcons parked next to Israeli Air Force Boeing F-151 Eagle (Ra’am) fighters at Lajes Field in the Azores on their way to the United States for joint exercises, accompanied by a group of Israeli Air Force KC-707 fuel tankers.

Also last month,  with its retired Cobra helicopters after the US performed the necessary overhaul and updates. The Arab Daily News also reported that Israeli fuel tankers refueled Jordanian F16s Mid Air on their way to the US to participate along with Israeli F15s in Red Flag military exercise at Nellis Air Force Base North of Las Vegas Nevada.

Cobra helicopter

Cobra helicopter




CANADA: Media mostly silent after court backs government funding cuts to antisemitic Arab Muslim group

276735_483324711684303_143814719_nAn appeals court has upheld the Conservative Harper government’s decision to cut funding to the “radical and anti-Semitic” Canadian Arab Federation, that once was headed by a Liberal candidate.


National Post (h/t Mars)  In 2009, then-Citizenship and Immigration minister Jason Kenney cut $1 million in annual funding to the Canadian Arab Federation, arguing that the group’s leadership had repeatedly expressed support for Hamas and Hezbollah. The Federation had a long track record of “expressing hateful, antisemitic views, and glorifying terrorists,” said Kenney in a Wednesday email to the National Post.

The group has subsequently failed in two lawsuits to have the funding reinstated. The Federal Court upheld Kenney’s decision in 2014, followed more recently by the Federal Court of Appeal. The Canadian Arab Federation had been paid an annual sum of $1 million in exchange for providing language-training services to new immigrants.

Jason Kenney

Jason Kenney

In severing ties with the group, Kenney’s office had cited several specific incidents, including a CAF executive attending a Cairo conference where Hamas and Hezbollah delegates were present, and a CAF-organized rally in which the Hezbollah flag was flown.

Last year, a decision by Federal Court Justice Russel Zinn wrote that, based on the Ministry’s evidence, “CAF appears to support organizations that Canada has declared to be terrorist organizations and which are arguably anti-Semitic.”

The most recent court decision, released by the Federal Appeal Court in July, rejected CAF claims that Kenney’s decision was an “abuse of authority” or “a blatant attempt to suppress criticism of Israel.” Paul Champ, a lawyer for the group, said they are “seriously considering” taking the case to the Supreme Court of Canada.


Muslim cleric outraged at Donald Trump’s plan to solve the Israeli-Palestinian crisis by moving all the Palestinians to Puerto Rico

Keep in mind that this is a satire, but true to form, Muslims, once again, prove that they have no sense of humor, especially about their own miserable selves.


Times of Israel  The parody news site The Mideast Beast reported on a fake “controversial peace proposal” by the colorful Trump to “give the US island territory of Puerto Rico to the Palestinians as compensation for surrendering to Israel.”

In an article titled “Donald Trump: Move the Palestinians to Puerto Rico,” the made-up plan is described thus: “the US would fund the relocation of all four or so million Palestinians living in the West Bank and Gaza Strip to the Caribbean archipelago, and offer them ‘free housing, job training and a lifetime supply of deodorant.’”


It mocks Trump’s comments against Latino immigrants: “Unlike native Puerto Ricans, however, the so-called ‘Puertostinians’ would not be able to relocate to the US proper if they don’t like their new homeland: ‘We’re overrun by Mexican criminals as it is.’”

And in one paragraph,  Trump heralds Americans’ stereotypes of Muslims: “‘There’s a fortune to be made by fulfilling people’s jihadist sex fantasies on a Disney-scale,’ he said, outlining some of the main attractions of ‘Trump Gaza’: a topless ‘72 Virgins Casino,’ ‘Safari-style’ tours to mock refugee and jihadist training camps, ‘Shoot Your Own Rocket’ and ‘Dig Your Own Tunnel’ workshops, ‘Catch a Zionist’ competitions, ‘Torture a POW’ sessions, as well as underground ‘Abu Ghraib-themed’ BDSM parties. ‘Let the Puertostinians both preserve and profit from their native culture,’ Trump said.”


However, it is well-known that Trump is a strong supporter of Israel which likely triggered the angry response (below video) from the Muslim cleric.

In response, a visibly angry Palestinian cleric, Issam Amira, who the MEMRI research center identified with Hizb ut-Tahrir, devoted a Friday sermon earlier this month to slamming the plan.


PARIS tightens security at ‘Tel Aviv on the Seine’ beach event as pro-Hamas supporters call the event “obscene”

An extra 300 police officers will be deployed in Paris on Thursday, August 13th, when the city recreates the beaches of Tel Aviv on the banks of the river Seine.


VICE News  Dubbed “Tel Aviv sur Seine” (Tel Aviv on Seine) on social media, the event is part of an annual initiative known as Paris Plages (Paris Beaches), in which the banks of the Seine are transformed into a temporary public beach. Thefestival includes food trucks, concerts, and games, and will run from 10 AM to 10 PM.

People relax on deckchairs as "Paris Plages" opens along the banks of River Seine in Paris

Pro-Palestinian advocates and France’s leftist politicians have reacted angrily to the event, which comes just one year after the 2014 Israel-Gaza conflict. Tense discussions and images of devastation in Gaza have flooded social media, prompting the authorities to increase security out of fear of violence. A Paris government spokesperson told VICE News that the Tel Aviv-themed event is “high-risk.”


Others have been outspoken against the event, including local councilor and Left Party Secretary Danielle Simonnet, who accused the city of “utter indecency.”

Simonnet had urged the city to cancel the “cynical” event in a statement published on her website, proposing instead to schedule “meetings and debates” about the current political situation in Israel.


Conservative lawmaker Eric Ciotti fired back at critics of the event, saying he was “scandalised” by the reaction of France’s “far-left,” whose rhetoric he accused of having “anti-Semitic overtones.”

The pro-Palestinian group CAPJPO-Europalestine has urged protesters to gather on the banks of the Seine on Thursday between noon and 9pm for a “Gaza sur Seine” protest against an event it has described as “obscene.”


IRAN: Ayatollah calls for the Muslim world to unite and kick ALL the Jews out of the region

DailyMail24-340x179Iran’s Friday Prayers Leader, Ayatollah Mohammad Emami Kashani, a radical Shiite cleric whose position grants him enormous influence in Tehran and who is appointed directly by Iran’s Supreme Leader, Ayatollah Khamenei, called on Friday for the Muslim nations of the world to “unite and expel the Jews from this region.”

They did that already, in 1948, when the Arab nations kicked nearly 1 million Jews out and stole all their property.


Breitbart  The prayer leader, who often leads chants of ‘Death to America’ and ‘Death to Israel,’ took the time to thank Iran’s negotiators for reaching an agreement he believed was favorable to the regime in Tehran, Iran’s state-run IRIB news service reported.

Kashani told worshippers that Israel will only be satisfied with their position in the world “when all nations have perished and they alone remain in this world.” This is why Israel has “no qualms whatsoever about spilling innocent blood,” the Ayatollah said.


“This regime [Israel] is amongst the vilest, inhuman and bloodthirsty regimes in the world, and Muslim nations must unite and expel the Zionists from this region if they want to live in peace and security,” Kashani added.

By calling for the expulsion of “Zionists,” Kashani specifically singles out the Jews of Israel, and not its Arab population.


The cleric told the crowd that the United States–which is “the biggest supporter of terrorism in the world,” according to Kashani–is in cahoots with not only Saudi Arabia and Israel, but also with the Islamic State terror group. The three supposed allies of the U.S. are responsible for the poor conditions of Palestinians, he alleged.



“The U.S. trains and exports terrorists,” he told the Tehran University audience. “Terrorism is a tool in the hands of global powers. They cultivate and nourish terrorism, and they export terrorism,” he said of the U.S. and world powers.

Like most Ayatollahs who serve in leadership positions in Tehran, Kashani has often used vile language to attack the western world. In 2014, he called for the last Shiite messiah to come to earth and “behead Western leaders.” In 2005, he blamed the United States and Israel for the creation of Al Qaeda.


Muslims outraged that Israel built a nightclub and café on a former Muslim cemetery in Jerusalem

Israeli authorities yesterday opened a new pub and café built on part of the land stolen from the Jews for the Islamic cemetery of Ma’manillah in the old city of Jerusalem, Quds Press reported.


MiddleEastMonitor PalInfo In a statement, Al-Aqsa Organisation for Waqf and Heritage condemned the “violation” against the cemetery, in yet another  Israeli attempt to “Judaize” the historic Jewish capital of Israel, noting that opening this pub came as part of a series of what Muslims claim are violations against this historic cemetery.

Ma’manillah is a historic Muslim cemetery that contains the remains of figures from the early Islamic period. It includes several historic shrines and tombs. Muslims stopped using it in 1927 when the Supreme Muslim Council decided to preserve it as an historic site.

The grand mufti of Jerusalem and the Pal

The Foundation which visited the cemetery asked the Islamic and Arab countries as well as the Palestinian people to urgently work on confronting such desecration of the cemetery in which a number of the Sahaba (Prophet Mohammad’s friends) and many of the Islamic “scientists” (Islamic ‘scientist’ is an oxymoron) allegedly were buried over 1400 years ago. The cemetery is the biggest and oldest graveyard in Israel.

According to Israeli media sources, the facility lies on an area of 250 square meters over a land of an area of 450 square meters. It is equipped for public ceremonies with 110 chairs including a bar and a wide courtyard and will be run by an Israeli company. DRINK UP! 



Why are Hollywood Jews so silent on the disastrous Iran deal?

Because the vast majority of Hollywood Jews are die-hard leftists, just like  Obama, to whom they have donated millions of dollars in campaign contributions. They wouldn’t dare cross him and risk being banned from White House rap parties.


Breitbart (h/t Robert S)  Perhaps these posters will get their attention? Several street art posters appeared in West Los Angeles ahead of a rally Sunday against the new Iran nuclear deal. The posters, by conservative guerilla artist Sabo from