Wednesday, January 31, 2007

Hundreds of Sudanese "forever 'under arrest" in zionist prisons, camps

"The problem, explained MK Avshalom Vilan (Meretz), who organized the meeting, is that (the zionists state) considers Sudan an "enemy state" and the refugees are automatically arrested under anti-terrorism laws. The law holds that the refugees do not need to receive judicial review, leaving many to sit in jail for months before they receive an initial hearing in front of a judge. Those that are released to live on kibbutzim or moshavim, still do not receive official status in (the zionists state).

"They are basically forever 'under arrest,' said Eytan Schwartz, who helps Sudanese refugees plead their cases. "We have moshavim and kibbutzim (labor camps) who are willing to take them. Once they are there, they work, earn money, have real lives."
Pro-Hizballah Rally in Boston

South Africa Fails to Back UN Resolution on Holocaust Denial:
Saudi Arabia, Sudan, Syria, Tajikistan, Cambodia and Zimbabwe, that left their seat at the UN empty when it came time to address the UN's recent condemnation of Holocaust denial:

In Frankfurt-an-der-Oder, three young men were sentenced to 9 to 14 months for urinating on a Holocaust monument.

"Romney formed a presidential exploratory committee on Jan. 3, but he and his staff are proceeding as if they are fully committed to a campaign. One effort is focused on expanding his foreign relations portfolio, and his trip to Israel is the latest example. His itinerary included a helicopter tour of the region, as well as meetings with former Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and Israel's current prime minister, Ehud Olmert.

He also set up a meeting that was taking place later Tuesday in Boston between Netanyahu and Treasurer Timothy Cahill to talk about the divestment plan. Cahill controls pension fund investments in Massachusetts. In addressing Iran, Romney focused on a potential challenge for the next president: the threat of a nuclear power next to Iraq.

Romney said economic sanctions should be tightened.
"Our model should be at least as severe to the sanctions imposed on Apartheid South Africa. We should demand no less from the international community today," he said."

The Israel Project's Guide to Effective Pro-Israel Communications (July 2006)
Key Talking Points


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