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Postby Kharismatik » Mon Jul 17, 2006 12:03 pm

waduh ada perang di Timur Tengah Palestina, syria, lebanon(pasti ada yang lainnya llagi) VS ISRAEL
1. pertanyaannya sapa yang menang?
2. alasannya kok menang apa?
3. alasan di balik penyerangan?
4. apakah pertempurannya sama seperti peristiwa peperangan 6 hari yang pada tahun ...(sory aku lupa tahunnya) yang dimenangkan Israel?
wah pasti jadi pembicaraan yang bagus ini!!!

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Postby Lulldapull » Mon Jul 17, 2006 12:26 pm

The Real Aim

By: Uri Avnery

07/15/06 "Information Clearing House" -- -- THE REAL aim is to change the regime in Lebanon and to install a puppet government.

That was the aim of Ariel Sharon's invasion of Lebanon in 1982. It failed. But Sharon and his pupils in the military and political leadership have never really given up on it.

As in 1982, the present operation, too, was planned and is being carried out in full coordination with the US.

As then, there is no doubt that it is coordinated with a part of the Lebanese elite.

That's the main thing. Everything else is noise and propaganda.

ON THE eve of the 1982 invasion, Secretary of State Alexander Haig told Ariel Sharon that, before starting it, it was necessary to have a "clear provocation", which would be accepted by the world.

The provocation indeed took place - exactly at the appropriate time - when Abu-Nidal's terror gang tried to assassinate the Israeli ambassador in London. This had no connection with Lebanon, and even less with the PLO (the enemy of Abu-Nidal), but it served its purpose.

This time, the necessary provocation has been provided by the capture of the two Israeli soldiers by Hizbullah. Everyone knows that they cannot be freed except through an exchange of prisoners. But the huge military campaign that has been ready to go for months was sold to the Israeli and international public as a rescue operation.

(Strangely enough, the very same thing happened two weeks earlier in the Gaza Strip. Hamas and its partners captured a soldier, which provided the excuse for a massive operation that had been prepared for a long time and whose aim is to destroy the Palestinian government.)


THE DECLARED aim of the Lebanon operation is to push Hizbullah away from the border, so as to make it impossible for them to capture more soldiers and to launch rockets at Israeli towns. The invasion of the Gaza strip is also officially aimed at getting Ashkelon and Sderot out of the range of the Qassams.

That resembles the 1982 "Operation Peace for Gallilee". Then, the public and the Knesset were told that the aim of the war was to "push the Katyushas 40 km away from the border".

That was a deliberate lie. For 11 months before the war, not a single Katyusha rocket (nor a single shot) had been fired over the border. From the beginning, the aim of the operation was to reach Beirut and install a Quisling dictator. As I have recounted more than once, Sharon himself told me so nine months before the war, and I duly published it at the time, with his consent (but unattributed).

Of course, the present operation also has several secondary aims, which do not include the freeing of the prisoners. Everybody understands that that cannot be achieved by military means. But it is probably possible to destroy some of the thousands of missiles that Hizbullah has accumulated over the years. For this end, the army chiefs are ready to endanger the inhabitants of the Israeli towns that are exposed to the rockets. They believe that that is worthwhile, like an exchange of chess figures.

Another secondary aim is to rehabilitate the "deterrent power" of the army. That is a codeword for the restoration of the army's injured pride that has suffered a severe blow from the daring military actions of Hamas in the south and Hizbullah in the north.


OFFICIALLY, THE Israeli government demands that the Government of Lebanon disarm Hizbullah and remove it from the border region.

That is clearly impossible under the present Lebanese regime, a delicate fabric of ethno-religious communities. The slightest shock can bring the whole structure crashing down and throw the state into total anarchy - especially after the Americans succeeded in driving out the Syrian army, the only element that has for years provided some stability.

The idea of installing a Quisling in Lebanon is nothing new. In 1955, David Ben-Gurion proposed taking a "Christian officer" and installing him as dictator. Moshe Sharet showed that this idea was based on complete ignorance of Lebanese affairs and torpedoed it. But 27 years later, Ariel Sharon tried to put it into effect nevertheless. Bashir Gemayel was indeed installed as president, only to be murdered soon afterwards. His brother, Amin, succeeded him and signed a peace agreement with Israel, but was driven out of office. (The same brother is now publicly supporting the Israeli operation.)

The calculation now is that if the Israeli Air Force rains heavy enough blows on the Lebanese population - paralysing the sea- and airports, destroying the infrastructure, bombarding residential neighborhoods, cutting the Beirut-Damascus highroad etc. - the public will get furious with Hizbullah and pressure the Lebanese government into fulfilling Israel's demands. Since the present government cannot even dream of doing so, a dictatorship will be set up with Israel's support.

That is the military logic. I have my doubts. It can be assumed that most Lebanese will react as any other people on earth would: with fury and hatred towards the invader. That happened in 1982, when the Shiites in the south of Lebanon, until then as docile as a doormat, stood up against the Israeli occupiers and created the Hizbullah, which has become the strongest force in the country. If the Lebanese elite now becomes tainted as collaborators with Israel, it will be swept off the map. (By the way, have the Qassams and Katyushas caused the Israeli population to exert pressure on our government to give up? Quite the contrary.)

The American policy is full of contradictions. President Bush wants "regime change" in the Middle East, but the present Lebanese regime has only recently been set up by under American pressure. In the meantime, Bush has succeeded only in breaking up Iraq and causing a civil war (as foretold here). He may get the same in Lebanon, if he does not stop the Israeli army in time. Moreover, a devastating blow against Hizbullah may arouse fury not only in Iran, but also among the Shiites in Iraq, on whose support all of Bush's plans for a pro-American regime are built.

So what's the answer? Not by accident, Hizbullah has carried out its soldier-snatching raid at a time when the Palestinians are crying out for succor. The Palestinian cause is popular all over the Arab word. By showing that they are a friend in need, when all other Arabs are failing dismally, Hizbullah hopes to increase its popularity. If an Israeli-Palestinian agreement had been achieved by now, Hizbullah would be no more than a local Lebanese phenomenon, irrelevant to our situation.

LESS THAN three months after its formation, the Olmert-Peretz government has succeeded in plunging Israel into a two-front war, whose aims are unrealistic and whose results cannot be foreseen.

If Olmert hopes to be seen as Mister Macho-Macho, a Sharon # 2, he will be disappointed. The same goes for the desperate attempts of Peretz to be taken seriously as an imposing Mister Security. Everybody understands that this campaign - both in Gaza and in Lebanon - has been planned by the army and dictated by the army. The man who makes the decisions in Israel now is Dan Halutz. It is no accident that the job in Lebanon has been turned over to the Air Force.

The public is not enthusiastic about the war. It is resigned to it, in stoic fatalism, because it is being told that there is no alternative. And indeed, who can be against it? Who does not want to liberate the "kidnapped soldiers"? Who does not want to remove the Katyushas and rehabilitate deterrence? No politician dares to criticize the operation (except the Arab MKs, who are ignored by the Jewish public). In the media, the generals reign supreme, and not only those in uniform. There is almost no former general who is not being invited by the media to comment, explain and justify, all speaking in one voice.

(As an illustration: Israel's most popular TV channel invited me to an interview about the war, after hearing that I had taken part in an anti-war demonstration. I was quite surprised. But not for long - an hour before the broadcast, an apologetic talk-show host called and said that there had been a terrible mistake - they really meant to invite Professor Shlomo Avineri, a former Director General of the Foreign Office who can be counted on to justify any act of the government, whatever it may be, in lofty academic language.)

"Inter arma silent Musae" - when the weapons speak, the muses fall silent. Or, rather: when the guns roar, the brain ceases to function.


AND JUST a small thought: when the State of Israel was founded in the middle of a cruel war, a poster was plastered on the walls: "All the country - a front! All the people - an army!"

58 Years have passed, and the same slogan is still as valid as it was then. What does that say about generations of statesmen and generals?

Uri Avnery is an Israeli author and activist. He is the head of the Israeli peace movement, "Gush Shalom".

http://www.informationclearinghouse.inf ... e14004.htm
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Postby Kharismatik » Mon Jul 17, 2006 12:48 pm

eh saudara lulldapull jgn pake bhs inggris dong aku ga ngerti
Sorry yah

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Postby Kharismatik » Mon Jul 17, 2006 12:52 pm

setelah wa liat yang link ini http://www.indonesia.faithfreedom.org/f ... php?t=2008 kok aku jadi tambah memihak Israel yah.gimana nih guys?apakah ada opini dari kalian?

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Postby Lulldapull » Mon Jul 17, 2006 1:06 pm

Selamat belajar bahasa Inggris lagi dan...pindahkan saluran TV kalian ke sini.

Air strike kills 8 Lebanese-Canadians
Last Updated Sun, 16 Jul 2006 14:30:49 EDT
CBC News
Eight Canadians were killed on Sunday in an Israeli air raid that hit a Lebanese town on the border with Israel, Ottawa says.

Six other Canadians were in critical condition after the strike in the town of Aitaroun, said Canadian Foreign Affairs Minister Peter MacKay.

The victims were not immediately identified.

Lebanese TV reports said some of the victims were from the same family and had come from Canada to spend the summer holidays in the town.

Ottawa sends ships for evacuation

Meanwhile, Ottawa is reportedly sending in commercial ships to evacuate any Canadian citizen who wishes to leave Lebanon, which has been pounded ever since Israel and the Lebanese-based militant organization Hezbollah began exchanging rocket fire and heavy artillery on July 12.

"We are securing these vessels. They'll will be in the region as soon as humanely possible," MacKay told Newsworld.

The Foreign Affairs Department says 16,000 Canadians have registered with the government to say they're in Lebanon, while estimating that there are likely two to three times that many in the country.

On Sunday, for the first time since fighting began, Israeli warplanes unleashed bombs on central Beirut, as well as pounding its suburbs and striking a major power station nearby.

Meanwhile, Hezbollah — which spurred the outbreak of violence with a cross-border raid on the Israeli military — carried out a deadly rocket attack on the northern Israeli port of Haifa.
http://www.cbc.ca/story/world/national/ ... dians.html
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Postby Lulldapull » Mon Jul 17, 2006 1:14 pm

Ditulis dalam bahasa Portugal...

Info - Brazilian Consulate in Lebanon
Consul- Michael Gepp
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Ataque de Israel mata família brasileira no sul do Líbano
Publicidade

DANIELA LORETO
da Folha Online

O casal de libaneses naturalizado brasileiro Akil Merhei e Ahlam Jabir e seus dois filhos nascidos no Brasil-- um menino de oito anos e uma menina de quatro-- morreram na noite desta quarta-feira em um ataque aéreo de Israel contra Srifa, no sul do Líbano
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In march another Brazilian, Helena Halevy, was also killed in Israel in a Palestinian attack.

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Em março deste ano, um ataque suicida na Cisjordânia causou a morte de quatro pessoas, entre elas a brasileira Helena Halevy, 59, [ou Illana Halevy, como era chamada em Israel] e seu marido, o israelense Rafi Halevy, 63. O casal morreu na explosão do veículo em viajavam após terem oferecido carona a um terrorista palestino disfarçado de judeu ortodoxo.

http://www1.folha.uol.com.br/folha/mund ... 7912.shtml

Intinya: Serangan Zionis telah membunuh sebuah keluarga Brazil keturunan Libanon di Srifa, Libanon selatan. Akil Merhei dan Ahlam Jabir adalah warga Brazil berdasar naturalisasi dan kedua anaknya juga tewas terbunuh, masing-masing anak lelaki berusia delapan tahun dan anak perempuan berusia empat tahun (kelahiran Brazil).
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Postby Lulldapull » Mon Jul 17, 2006 1:16 pm

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Postby Lulldapull » Mon Jul 17, 2006 1:35 pm

Iran leader Ali Khameini declares Sunday: Hizballah will never be disarmed

July 16, 2006, 4:58 PM (GMT+02:00)

DEBKAfile: This was Iran’s first direct guarantee of support for the embattled Lebanese Shiite group since hostilities were launched Wednesday, July 12. It is interpreted as a promise of weapons and, if necessary, fighting men to avert a Hizballah defeat. DEBKAfile’s counter-terror sources see also a message addressed to the Olmert government that Israel will not achieve its objectives in Lebanon or succeed in dictating new rules.

Earlier, Tehran threatened Israel against attacking Syria

An Iranian spokesman said Sunday: “We are standing by the Syrian people. Israel faces “unimaginable losses”. Hizballah was not mentioned. The Syrian government promised “a firm, direct and unlimited response to any attack by Israel.”

Israeli spokesmen have reiterated that Syria is not targeted for attack but accused Iran of helping Hizballah attack the Israeli missile boat Friday.

The night of July 12, after the Hizballah kidnap of two Israeli soldiers, DEBKAfile reported that Iran’s national security adviser Ali Larijani flew into Damascus in line with the recently-signed Iranian-Syrian mutual defense pact. His presence affirmed that an Israeli attack on Syria will be deemed an assault on Iran. It also links the Israeli hostage crisis to Iran’s nuclear standoff with the West.

The Syrian army went on a state of preparedness as did the Iranian air force, missile units and navy are also on high alert.

DEBKAfile’s counter-terror sources report Hizballah acted on orders from Tehran to open a second front against Israel, partly to ease IDF military pressure on the Hamas in the Gaza Strip, but also for three more reasons:.

1. To show the flag as a champion and defender of its ally, Hamas.

2. To complement to its latest order to go into action against American and British forces in southern Iraq.

3. To hijack the agenda of the G-8 summit in St. Petersberg and divert it from Iran’s nuclear case and the situation in Iraq.

Before their attack, our sources reported Hizballah’s leaders went into hiding and moved stocks of ordnance and missile underground to the Palestinian Ahmed Jibril’s tunnel system at Naama, 30 km south of Beirut, which was built in the 1980s by East German engineers.
http://www.debka.com/
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Postby Lulldapull » Mon Jul 17, 2006 1:56 pm

@Simpanse,

Maaf kami sama sekali tak tertarik dengan gunungan sampah hasil photoshop murahanmu...

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Indonesia (gue tahu loe semua membenci kami).

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Turki

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Russia

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Iran

Bahkan di AS dan kebanyakan negara Eropa demonstrasi juga dilakukan di depan konsulat atau kedubes Zionis.
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Re: PERANGGGGGG di Timur Tengah

Postby sombrero » Mon Jul 17, 2006 11:52 pm

Kharismatik wrote:waduh ada perang di Timur Tengah Palestina, syria, lebanon(pasti ada yang lainnya llagi) VS ISRAEL
1. pertanyaannya sapa yang menang?
2. alasannya kok menang apa?
3. alasan di balik penyerangan?
4. apakah pertempurannya sama seperti peristiwa peperangan 6 hari yang pada tahun ...(sory aku lupa tahunnya) yang dimenangkan Israel?
wah pasti jadi pembicaraan yang bagus ini!!!

Tolong umat muslim dan seluruh penghuni di faith freedom ini menjawab dengan logis dan tidak penuh dengan emosional
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1. Menurut nubuat para nabi, si kecil tp pemberani Israel yg akan menang
2. Tuhan yg berperang
3. Si kakak serakah, ingin merebut warisan si adik yg cuman se-jawabarat luasnya. (bandingkan dgn luas wilayah si kakak)
4. begitulah
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Re: PERANGGGGGG di Timur Tengah

Postby zeba0th » Tue Jul 18, 2006 12:39 am

Kharismatik wrote:waduh ada perang di Timur Tengah Palestina, syria, lebanon(pasti ada yang lainnya llagi) VS ISRAEL
1. pertanyaannya sapa yang menang?
2. alasannya kok menang apa?
3. alasan di balik penyerangan?
4. apakah pertempurannya sama seperti peristiwa peperangan 6 hari yang pada tahun ...(sory aku lupa tahunnya) yang dimenangkan Israel?
wah pasti jadi pembicaraan yang bagus ini!!!

Tolong umat muslim dan seluruh penghuni di faith freedom ini menjawab dengan logis dan tidak penuh dengan emosional
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ISRAEL PASTI MENANG DONG..... GUE poor ARAB 10
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Postby Phoenix » Tue Jul 18, 2006 6:39 am

Lulldapull wrote:Image


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http://www.faithfreedom.org/forum/viewtopic.php?t=13967

Yang di link tsb lebih bagus...

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Re: PERANGGGGGG di Timur Tengah

Postby Phoenix » Tue Jul 18, 2006 6:41 am

zeba0th wrote:
Kharismatik wrote:waduh ada perang di Timur Tengah Palestina, syria, lebanon(pasti ada yang lainnya llagi) VS ISRAEL
1. pertanyaannya sapa yang menang?
2. alasannya kok menang apa?
3. alasan di balik penyerangan?
4. apakah pertempurannya sama seperti peristiwa peperangan 6 hari yang pada tahun ...(sory aku lupa tahunnya) yang dimenangkan Israel?
wah pasti jadi pembicaraan yang bagus ini!!!

Tolong umat muslim dan seluruh penghuni di faith freedom ini menjawab dengan logis dan tidak penuh dengan emosional
JLU


ISRAEL PASTI MENANG DONG..... GUE poor ARAB 10


DAVID vs GOLIATH

YANG MENANG: DAVID!!!
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Postby curious » Tue Jul 18, 2006 6:56 am

Sejarahnya:

1968: Israeli commandos attack Beirut Airport on December 28, in response to an attack on an Israeli civilian airplane at Athens airport

1970-71: Faced with fighting in Jordan that leaves thousands dead, the PLO moves its base to Lebanon, where it carries out raids on Israel. The Palestinian terrorist group Black September, linked to the PLO, is formed.

1972: Black September attacks the Israeli Olympic team during the games in Munich, Germany. A coach and an athlete are kileed and nine Israeli athletes taken hostage. Israel refuses to release Palestinian prisoners. A shootout leaves all nine hostages, four terrorists and a policeman dead.

March 1978: The Israeli military moves into Lebanon after a PLO attack on a bus in northern Israel. UN Security Council passes a resolution for immediate withdrawal. A 19-kilometre security zone is establish to protect Israel from attack.

September 1978: Camp David Accords lead to a peace treaty between Israel and Egypt that lays the groundwork for a similar treaty between Israel and Lebanon.

July 17, 1981: Israel bombs PLO headquarter in West Beirut, killing more than 300 civilians. The US brokers a ceasefire between Israel, the PLO and Syria.

1982: Ceasefire lasts until June 6, 1982, when, after an assassination attempt on Israel's ambassador to Britain, Israel invades in a bid to destroy the PLO. The PLO flee and settle in Tunisia, where they remain until moving to Gaza in 1994.

April 18, 1983: A suicide attack on the US Embassy in West Beirut by Hezbollah kills 63.

May 17, 1983: Lebanon and Israel sign a US-brokered peace agreement.

October 23, 1983: A Hezbollah suicide bomber kills 298 people in Beirut - 241 of them US military personnel. US troops are withdrawn from Lebanon a few months later.

March 1984: Lebanon cancels the May 17, 1983 peace agreement because of Syrian pressure.

September 20, 1984: The US Embassy annex in East Beirut is bombed; 23 people die.

June 1985: Israel withdraws from most of Lebanon but keeps control of Southern security zone.

1990: The Lebanese civil war officially ended after 15 years.

April 1996: Israel and Hezbollah millitants have a 16-day battle. At least 137 people, mostly Lebanese civilians, die.

May 2000: Israel withdraws from southern Lebanon. The UN establishes the "Blue Line" between the two countries.

February 14, 2005: Former Lebanese PM Rafik Hariri is assassinated. Pressure builds on Syria to withdraw its remaining troops from Lebanon. it withdraws in April.

July 2006: Hezbollah cross into Israel, killing three Israeli soldiers and kidnapping two others. They try to negotiate a prisoner exchange, which Israel rejects. Five more Israeli soldiers are killed. Israel instigated a naval blockade and bombs hundreds of targets in Lebanon, including Beirut Airport and Hezbollah headquarters. Hezbollah fires rockets at northern Israeli cities. Dozens of Lebanese civilians are killed.
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Ini untuk penetralisir berita

Postby arki_r » Thu Jul 20, 2006 12:54 pm

http://www.eramuslim.com/fckfiles/yahudi%20parlemen(1).jpg
Sebuah lembaga Zionis bernama Dewan Hakhom Tepi Barat dan Jalur Ghaza mengeluarkan fatwa ‘gila’ tentang pembunuhan. Dalam laporan yang dilansir harian terkenal Israel Yodiot Aharonoot, beberapa hari lalu, dewan tersebut mengeluarkan fatwa yang memberi lampu hijau untuk ‘membunuh anak-anak dan kaum perempuan’ di Libanon dan Jalur Ghaza.

Fatwa tersebut dikeluarkan seiiring dengan gencarnya perlawanan dan aksi pembalasan yang dilakukan Libanon dan pejuang Palestina. Secara tegas fatwa itu berbunyi, “Barangsiapa yang memberi belas kasihan kepada anak-anak di Ghaza dan Libanon, berarti ia secara langsung berlaku kasar terhadap anak-anak Israel.” Para Hakhom (istilah untuk tingkat agama tertinggi di dalam Zionis), mengajak seluruh rakyat Zionis untuk mengarah ke tembok ratapan, melakukan doa bersama agar mengeluarkan Israel dari krisis yang tengah dilewatinya.

Fatwa Yahudi yang menyerukan pembunuhan anak-anak dan kaum perempuan di Palestina ini bukan yang pertama kali. Sebelum ini, tepatnya September 2004, sebanyak 14 orang tokoh tinggi keagamaan Yahudi mengirimkan sebuah pesan kepada Perdana Menteri Israel pada waktu itu, Ariel Sharon, Menteri Perang Israel Shaol Mofaz, juga Kepala Angkatan Bersenjata Israel Mosye Yaloon, agar tidak tidak ragu-ragu membunuh warga sipil Palestina termasuk anak-anak dan kaum perempuan. (na-str/pic)
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Postby Adadeh » Thu Jul 20, 2006 1:01 pm

"As long as the arab mother hates the jews more than she loves her own children, there won't be peace" - Golda Meir

terjemahan:
"Selama ibu Arab membenci kaum Yahudi lebih daripada mencintai anak2nya sendiri, maka tidak akan ada perdamaian." - Golda Meir

"Selama ajaran Muhammad tetap dipeluk dan dilaksanakan, maka tidak akan ada perdamaian." - ogut
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Postby Leninis » Thu Jul 20, 2006 1:42 pm

itulah penguasa2x kapitalis... bisa nya cuma bikin teror, hanya untuk kepentingan bangsanya sendiri...

dan dunia ini tidak akan pernah damai, selama antek2x kapitalis-liberalis masih tetap di biarkan bernapas...

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Postby Leninis » Thu Jul 20, 2006 10:53 pm

so, maksud lu apa ???


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Postby ali5196 » Fri Jul 21, 2006 4:01 am

siapa yg lebih ZIONIS: yahudi atau ARAB ???

http://www.indonesia.faithfreedom.org/f ... 3986#43986

Zionisme Muslim ?
By Daniel Pipes
FrontPageMagazine.com | June 7, 2006

Mungkinkah Zionisme Muslim lebih kuat dari Zionisme Yahudi ?
Anehkah pertanyaan ini ?

baca artikelnya ...
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Re: Ini untuk penetralisir berita

Postby sato x » Sat Jul 22, 2006 7:24 pm

arki_r wrote:http://www.eramuslim.com/fckfiles/yahudi%20parlemen(1).jpg
Sebuah lembaga Zionis bernama Dewan Hakhom Tepi Barat dan Jalur Ghaza mengeluarkan fatwa ‘gila’ tentang pembunuhan. Dalam laporan yang dilansir harian terkenal Israel Yodiot Aharonoot, beberapa hari lalu, dewan tersebut mengeluarkan fatwa yang memberi lampu hijau untuk ‘membunuh anak-anak dan kaum perempuan’ di Libanon dan Jalur Ghaza.

Fatwa tersebut dikeluarkan seiiring dengan gencarnya perlawanan dan aksi pembalasan yang dilakukan Libanon dan pejuang Palestina. Secara tegas fatwa itu berbunyi, “Barangsiapa yang memberi belas kasihan kepada anak-anak di Ghaza dan Libanon, berarti ia secara langsung berlaku kasar terhadap anak-anak Israel.” Para Hakhom (istilah untuk tingkat agama tertinggi di dalam Zionis), mengajak seluruh rakyat Zionis untuk mengarah ke tembok ratapan, melakukan doa bersama agar mengeluarkan Israel dari krisis yang tengah dilewatinya.

Fatwa Yahudi yang menyerukan pembunuhan anak-anak dan kaum perempuan di Palestina ini bukan yang pertama kali. Sebelum ini, tepatnya September 2004, sebanyak 14 orang tokoh tinggi keagamaan Yahudi mengirimkan sebuah pesan kepada Perdana Menteri Israel pada waktu itu, Ariel Sharon, Menteri Perang Israel Shaol Mofaz, juga Kepala Angkatan Bersenjata Israel Mosye Yaloon, agar tidak tidak ragu-ragu membunuh warga sipil Palestina termasuk anak-anak dan kaum perempuan. (na-str/pic)


yang gw tahu, zionisme itu bukan agama! so sangat salah kaprah kalo mengatakan ada tingkat agama tertinggi di dalam zionis. zionisme adalah sebuah ajakan untuk kembali ke zion (yerusalem).
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