The eternal victims are giving another one of their shrines a lick of paint and having a flick around with the duster so they can extort some more shekels out of the dumb goy and tell everyone of their eternal suffering. The 'objects' on display for the deluded visitors to whimper over a are bordering on laughable, I keep thinking of Monty Python whenever I read this sort of horseshit. Still, nothing else better to spend money on I suppose:============================Among those taking part...Read Full Story
This is the result of Netanyahu including Livni in his coalition.
Justice Minister Tzipi Livni, who is also in charge of negotiations with the Palestinian Authority, is going behind Prime Minister Netanyahu's back and expressing positions that undermine his conditions for negotiations, according to Maariv.
Livni has shown willingness to retreat from Netanyahu's position, that in order for negotiations to begin, the Palestinian Authority (PA) must accept that Israel has a right to exist as...Read Full Story
Many Land of Israel activists and MKs have publicly expressed concern over Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu’s decision to give Hatnua head Tzipi Livni control of the diplomatic process. Less attention has been paid to a second concern: that as Justice Minister, Livni will bury the Levy Report.
Sources close to the Israeli leadership in Judea and Samaria (Shomron) told Army Radio (Galei Tzahal) that leaders are more concerned about Livni as Justice Minister than about Livni as chief...Read Full Story
Former defense minister to place third on list, after surprise political maneuver that Labor’s Herzog slams as ‘the height of political opportunism’
Amir Peretz on Thursday became the second former Labor Party leader in the space of a week to abandon his political home in favor of Tzipi Livni’s new Hatnua (The Movement), with a dramatic announcement that came close on the heels of a similar move by Amram Mitzna.
Peretz shocked followers of Israeli politics when he took to the stage...Read Full Story
wanted for war crimes?
By Stuart Littlewood
Israelis wanted for war crimes can sleep easier thanks to their friends and admirers in the British Establishment.
Yes, our brand-new coalition government intends providing a safe haven for the vilest of criminals.
When Israel’s ex-foreign minister Tzipi Livni, and other architects of the terror campaign against Palestinian civilians, recently cancelled trips to the UK for fear of being arrested under universal jurisdiction laws on charges of war...Read Full Story
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