BELGIUM: Jewish kindergarten cannot get insurance due to high risk of Islamic terrorist attacks

A Belgian insurance company has refused to renew the policy of a Jewish kindergarten in Brussels. They cited the recent growth of anti-Semitic attacks on Jewish organizations, adding that the risk of insuring the school was too high.


RT (h/t 10 News) The European Jewish Kindergarten is located in the same Brussels district as the European Union headquarters and it normally enrolls around 20 to 30 children per year. The decision by the Belgian insurance firm not to renew the school’s insurance policy was taken in relation to a marked increase in the number of terrorist and anti-Semitic attacks on Jewish institutions over the last few years.

A spokesperson for the European Jewish Association said, “The insurance agent contacted us a few days ago with the unpleasant news that the insurance company we’ve worked with up to now is not prepared to extend the kindergarten’s insurance policy, in the current situation, due to the high risk entailed by a Jewish institution,” according to Haaretz.

In May 2014, four people, including an Israeli couple were killed at Brussels Jewish Museum by an Algerian-born militant who had been living in France. It is unfortunate to see that the insurance companies have realized what many European governments have not – Jewish institutions are a target for terrorist attacks.



UNCONFIRMED reports claim that Israel has bombed a Libyan facility holding an Iranian weapons stockpile awaiting delivery to Hamas in Gaza

Barack Hussein Obama’s happy dance over his shady deal with Iran has dangerous implications for other countries, above and beyond the nuclear threat. 


Liberty News (h/t Alicia)  Once sanctions are lifted, Iran will be in a significantly better position financially, enabling them finance den more terrorism across the Middle East. Specifically, its efforts in Iraq, Syria, Yemen, and the Gaza Strip. Even without the additional financial boom Obama will give Iran through the lifting of sanctions, Iran is already financing a new Hamas front against Israel.

On Tuesday, DEBKAfile’s military sources reveal that unidentified aircraft bombed Burak, a small military base in the Fezzan province of southwestern Libya, which serves Iran as a transit store for arms purchased in Sudan for the Palestinian terrorist group Hamas. 


The weapons, which recently reached the Libyan base through Chad, were destroyed. They were scheduled to be smuggled through Egypt and Sinai and onto Gaza. Western military sources attributed responsibility for the bombardment to the Egyptian or Israeli air forces. Both Israel and Egypt have declined to comment on the report.

Al Watan added that Egypt allowed the Israeli jet to pass through its airspace en route to southern Libya.

To strengthen Iran’s grip on the key Red Sea gateway, Iran’s supreme leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei has ordered two naval task forces to sail to the Red Sea. They are to fend off a Saudi-Egyptian offensive to dislodge the Houthi battalions now holding a point linking the Red Sea and the Indian Ocean and Persian Gulf.

The naval task forces are being sent to draw a sea shield around the Houthi forces to defend them against Saudi-Egyptian assaults. This maneuver was orchestrated by the Al Qods Brigades chief Gen. Qassem Soleimani. Our sources report that the 33rd task force set out on its mission Tuesday night from the Gulf port of Bandar Abbas.



IRAN’S RED LINE: “Erasing Israel off the map is ‘non-negotiable'”

OBAMA’S RED LINE: Whatever Iran’s red line is.

Obama's red line

Times of Israel The commander of the Basij militia of Iran’s Revolutionary Guards, Mohammad Reza Naqdi said that “erasing Israel off the map” is “nonnegotiable,” according to an Israel Radio report Tuesday. He also threatened the Saudis, saying their fate will be like that of Saddam Hussein.

Apparently, this is the same red line advocated by the IRGC Deputy Commander Hossein Salami, one year ago, who said; Speaking at a conference held in Tehran, IRGC Deputy Commander Brigadier-General Hossein Salami said: “We, here, can muster all our energies in order to annihilate the Zionist entity, more than 1,400 kilometers away. We are ready for that moment in the future.”


In 2014, Naqdi said Iran was stepping up efforts to arm West Bank Palestinians for battle against Israel, adding the move would lead to Israel’s annihilation, Iran’s Fars news agency reported. “Arming the West Bank has started and weapons will be supplied to the people of this region,” Naqdi said.

“The Zionists should know that the next war won’t be confined to the present borders and the Mujahedeen will push them back,” he added. Naqdi claimed that much of Hamas’s arsenal, training and technical knowhow in the summer conflict with Israel was supplied by Iran.


If you’re a Connecticut College professor and dare to speak out against Muslim terrorists, anti-free speech IslamoNazis will try to ruin you

Andrew-Pessin-841_1A firestorm of controversy has erupted on the normally quiet campus of Connecticut College in New London over philosophy professor Andrew Pessin’s (right) Facebook post that many are claiming was “racist” toward Palestinians. (Oh, pray tell, what “race” is Palestinian?) Apparently, none of these perpetually offended Muslim whiners are complaining about the anti-Arab Connecticut College ‘camel’ logo.


WNPR  The professor, Andrew Pessin, said the entire event has been taken out of context and that the outcry is not about his alleged racism, but is a concerted effort to attack his reputation because of his pro-Israel point of view. (And not incidentally, because he is Jewish)

The Center for the Comparative Study of Race and Ethnicity at Connecticut college, as well as the history department have issued statements to the college community condemning hate speech, and raising the issue of censorship on college campuses.

The “CCSRE would like to clearly state that we do not condone speech filled with bigotry and hate particularly when that speech uses dehumanizing language and incites or celebrates violence and brutality,” an email read. 

Pessin posted a message on his Facebook wall last August wherein he referred to the “situation in Gaza” as “a rabid pit bull chained in a cage” that, when set free, “comes roaring bounding out, snarling, going for the throat.” At that time, Israel was fighting Hamas in Gaza in a seven-week battle that left thousands dead or injured, most of them from Gaza.

Pessin’s post went relatively unnoticed until a (Muslim) student saw it in February and reached out to Pessin, saying his post offended her. He told WNPR that he apologized, and removed the post. But Pessin said that students on campus and at least one other faculty member launched a campaign attacking his comments and calling on the college to denounce his views.

Below is a screen shot of Pessin’s Facebook post.


A letter from college President Katherine Bergeron noted that the controversy “raised important questions about the nature of free speech,” but it did not address the nature of Pessin’s post.

Two weeks after he apologized and removed the post, The College Voice printed three letters attacking Pessin’s views. They pointed to the “dehumanizing language” used, and how it could be a precursor for violence or oppression against Palestinians. In the comments under Pessin’s initial Facebook post, a person named Nicole commented that the “dogs” need to be put down, and Pessin wrote “I agree” underneath.

Pessin has taken a ‘medical’ leave of absence and will not be teaching for the rest of this semester.



That post-election call to Benjamin Netanyahu by Barack Hussein Obama was anything but congratulatory

Mark Levin has apparently gotten the insider details on the phone conversation between Obama and Netanyahu, and reveals that Obama did NOT call Bibi to congratulate him on his victory. Instead, he called him to make demands on him: 


I want to give you a little back information that’s not widely available publicly. When Barack Obama called Benjamin Netanyahu, it was not to congratulate him. They spoke for 30 minutes. 

Barack Obama insisted that Benjamin Netanyahu remove his ambassador to the United States, Ron Dermer. Netanyahu said he would not. Obama pressed the case. Netanyahu said he will not. 

Obama attacked Netanyahu, he said, for the last days of the campaign when he called out the Arabs. And he attacked Netanyahu for his statements about the two state solution. 

Unfortunately, Netanyahu’s position is that he still supports a two-state solution. However he said as long as that other state is committed to Israel’s demise, as long as they won’t disarm, as long as they will not recognize Israel as a Jewish state, how can there be a two state solution? As I say, the two-state solution would be a final solution. 

And so it was a disrespectful, rude conversation on Obama’s part, not a congratulatory ‘oh you won’.


Levin also reveals that Netanyahu’s pollster is saying that the media is way underreporting the extent of Obama and his team’s participation in the campaign to oust Netanyahu.

The Right Scoop



“If a fish in the sea fights with another fish, it is the Jews’ fault”

“The Jews are behind all that is wrong in the world,” according to Islamic preacher and professor of Quranic Studies, Imad Hamato, the host of a weekly Palestinian Authority TV program on  Islam.

To back up this typical anti-Jewish Muslim hate speech, Hamato went on to say that the Quran teaches that  humanity will never “live in comfort… peace or fortune or tranquility” as long as “the Jews are causing devastating corruption throughout the land.” The solution for Muslims, according to the professor, is to fight and kill  Jews: “Our real Jihad is to take revenge.” 



YEMEN: Muslim worshippers were cursing Jews and Israel when ISIS suicide bomber hit mosque

A video recording of a deadly terrorist attack at a Shiite mosque in Yemen revealed that worshipers were chanting a slew of anti-Israel hateful slogans as suicide bomber detonated, killing scores of people.


Times of Israel  The bombing, one of three committed in a pair of mosques, was carried out by the Islamic State during weekly prayers. At least 142 people were killed and 351 were wounded in the attacks, carried out in the Shiite rebel-controlled capital city of Sana’a.

The amateur video, hosted and translated by the Arabic media watchdog MEMRI, shows a preacher conducting a sermon at the Houthi al-Hashoosh Mosque, leading the crowd in an impassioned cry against Israel, the United States and Jews.

“Our belief in Allah will increase after today. We will triumph over their deceit and their arrogance. Allah is with us,” the preacher said. “Death to America. Death to Israel. Curse upon the Jews. Victory to Islam. Allahu Akbar,” the worshipers recited en masse. Then a terrorist roaming among the mosque’s patrons detonated himself, causing a scene of mass panic.


BE THERE! Fight Islamization, attend one of several ‘RECLAIM AUSTRALIA’ rallies on April 4, 2015


Organizers of next month’s Reclaim Australia march in Brisbane say they just want a peaceful event to “have their voices heard” as they campaign against “Islamic extremism”, including halal.

Brisbane Times  Reclaim Australia marches are being held across the nation on April 4, with each community encouraged to hold their own event to “stand together to stop halal tax, sharia law and Islamisation” as “patriotic Australians”.


Organizers of the marches say they have wrongly been labelled as “racists” and “bigots” by those who disagree with them and they are only exercising their right to free speech.

“Whatever country you go to, you respect the traditions and customs of that country. We would like the same. Halal is no longer a choice that is given. A lot of the products in Australia that are halal, people have no idea, are. Shouldn’t people be given the choice to consume halal?”


The anti-halal movement has gained traction in recent years, with claims it helps fund terrorism and is pushing Islamic beliefs by stealth.

Officials say a code of conduct had been developed and “any slightest indication of trouble will be stamped out” during the event. Cheryl said claims of racism, xenophobia and bigotry were incorrect. “We are everyday people. We just want our voices heard.”


“We love our country. We are very proud Australians and we are very welcoming to other people from other countries. We are a multicultural country and there are cultures who have come to our country and have adapted and fit in with society and we love having them here as much as they love being here.

“We just want our voices heard. We want the right to be able to say no, we don’t want this, just like they have the right to say that they do want it. I think it has to be equal bearing, don’t you?”


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SO? Israeli soldiers raid Muslim homes, question kids about rock-throwing at Israeli civilians

2104094053Masked and armed Israeli soldiers have been recorded forcefully entering Palestinian homes and waking up, photographing and questioning children as young as nine in an effort to track down young Palestinian rock throwers in the Judea-Samaria area of Israel.

NBC  The videos highlight Israeli efforts to track down young Palestinian rock throwers. The Israeli military acknowledged the videos were authentic when NBC News requested comment.


The Palestinians in the West Bank live under Israeli military law so currently the army doesn’t need a warrant or permit to enter Palestinian homes.”

“The forces shown in the video operate in an area where there are frequent attempts, sometimes by minors, to maim and kill Israeli civilians,” it said in a statement.

Young Muslim stone-throwers in training

Young Muslim stone-thrower in training

“The [Israeli Defense Forces] carries out a vast range of activities, both overt and covert, to prevent situations in which terrorists hurl rocks at moving vehicles and within residential areas, endangering both Israelis and Palestinians.”

The soldiers who stormed Sameeh Daana’s home at around 1:30 a.m. on February 24 were all wearing black masks, His child, Mohammed, wet himself in fear when the soldiers burst into the home, and still hasn’t fully recovered from the experience, Daana said. 



He added: “He has been living in a state of terror since then and he refuses to sleep alone but in his sister’s room.”

The IDF would not say how many night operations it had conducted, or the number of children it had questioned and photographed.  “We unfortunately don’t elaborate about operational activity,” an IDF spokesman said.

"Say Jeehad," Mohammed

“Say Jeehad,” Mohammed

The IDF faces constant clashes in Jerusalem and other areas of Judea-Samaria, which Israel regained in 1967 after it defeated 5 large Arab armies that had attacked the tiny country. Palestinians consider the area part of a future state. (In your dreams)


#AskHamas tries to sell its ‘warm and fuzzy’ side on Twitter

Yesterday, Hamas announced that it would be launching a five-day social media campaign, with the aim of softening the internationally recognized Muslim terrorist group’s image.


Tablet  Using the hashtag #AskHamas, the organization’s media coordinator Taher al-Nounou promised to answer queries about the group, in order to “clarify Hamas’ true positions.” The campaign was not set to begin until Friday afternoon, but it has already gone viral–for all the wrong reasons.

#AskHamas has been tweeted over 17,000 times, but the questions are not the ones the group was hoping to receive:


AUSTRALIA: Anti-Israel Leftist and Muslim hatemongers hijack university lecture by retired U.K. Army Colonel

A lecture about the IDF (Israeli Defense Forces) and non-state armed insurgents by Army Col. Richard Kemp at the University of Sydney was disrupted by a gang of screaming banshees who fought with campus security and students, shouting “Richard Kemp, you can’t hide, you support genocide.”


Jewish News (h/t David P)  Kemp was giving a lecture about ethical dilemmas of military tactics and dealing with non-state armed groups from his perspective on the IDF,” Kemp said. “I was in Israel during the 2014 summer conflict and I do believe that the IDF in their attack on Hamas in Gaza … were doing everything they could to protect civilians… people have told me I am wrong, but no one has told me what more steps Israel could have taken to minimize civilian casualties.”

Leading the protest was Professor Jake Lynch, the director of the Centre for Peace and Conflict Studies (CPACS) at the university.  He shouted in the faces of students and screamed that attempts to remove the protesters was a violent attack on freedom of speech by security guards. He was also seen holding money to the face of a Jewish student (below) and filmed students in attendance without consent.


Pro-Hamas thugs stood on chairs, shoved students attending the lecture, and shouted down those who objected to their behavior, wrestling with security guards before being removed from the hall.

The Australasian Union of Jewish Students (AUJS) said on Wednesday night the protest was a deliberate attempt to intimidate Jews in the audience, and described it as an “aggressive attack on the academic pursuit of knowledge and information, as well as free speech.” The lecture was resumed after a 15 minute disruption.