Thursday, August 17, 2006

Ma Tghayar El Balad





Tuesday, August 15, 2006

A Call For The Building Of A Sovereign Nation For Once...





This Video I've Inspired by this Excellent Soundtrack...


Hoping that this is the Real End Of War
and a start of the building-up of a sovereign Nation For Once.

Summary:
After a heavy day of violence (August 15, 2006) on both sides of the border
(at least 23 civilians were killed in Lebanon, while five Israeli soldiers were killed in action, and Hezbollah fired 250 rockets into Israel), the UN brokered ceasefire went into effect at 0500 GMT or 8AM local time.

It’s not a peace agreement, by any stretch and if previous ceasefires in the Lebanese Civil War offer any precedents, then it may very well not hold.

Israeli PM Olmert is under pressure from all sides, as his approval ratings have tanked since the outbreak of hostilities more than a month ago.

The Jerusalem Post reports, “MKs on the Right said Israel would regret accepting the cease-fire, those on the Left said it was wrong to send so many troops deep into Lebanon and politicians from across the spectrum said the government had mismanaged the war.

IMPACT: 34 DAYS OF FIGHTING
- Lebanon deaths:
1,071 (Lebanese govt)
900 - 1,150 (news agencies)

- Israeli deaths:
Soldiers: 114 (IDF)
Civilians: 43 (IDF)

- Lebanon displaced:
700,000 - 900,000 (UNHCR; Lebanese govt)

- Israeli displaced:
500,000 (Human Rights Watch)

- Lebanon damage:
$2.5bn (Lebanese govt)

- Israel damage:
$1.1bn (Israeli govt)

What Was it for ?
God Only Can Answer this question!
Down here (On Earth) ... Life Goes On ...


Moral Of The Story:
It Was AUTHENTIC STUPIDITY

PEACE

Monday, August 14, 2006

UN Human Rights Council Condemns Israel

UN Human Rights Council Condemns Israel
by Gustavo Capdevila


GENEVA - The United Nations Human Rights Council issued a strongly worded condemnation of Israel Friday for violating human rights and international humanitarian law in its military operations in Lebanon.

The highest U.N. human rights body, which held a special session Friday to discuss the conflict in the Middle East, also decided to send a high-level commission to the area to investigate "systematic targeting and killing" of Lebanese civilians by Israel.

The resolution was approved by a vote of 27:11, with eight abstentions. The delegation from Djibouti was absent during the voting. European Union members of the Council, as well as Canada, Japan, Romania and the Ukraine voted against the initiative.

The new 47-member Council demanded that Israel strictly comply with its obligations under international humanitarian law, which regulates treatment of the injured, prisoners and non-combatants during armed conflicts.

However, the Council introduced a last-minute amendment to the draft resolution sponsored by Muslim countries as well as China, Cuba and Russia. The clause calls on all parties involved to respect humanitarian law and refrain from using violence against civilians.

That was the resolution's only allusion to the Lebanese Shiite militia group Hezbollah, which is fighting the Israeli troops that have invaded southern Lebanon while launching missile attacks on civilian populations in northern Israel.

The rest of the resolution condemns Israeli military actions, such as the "massive bombardment" of civilian populations in Qana, Maruain, Al Dueir, Al Qaa, Chiyah, Ghazieh and other towns in Lebanon.

The Council said the attacks had "caused thousands of deaths and injuries, mostly among children and women, and the displacement of one million civilians."

The inquiry commission is "to investigate the systematic targeting and killings of civilians by Israel in Lebanon; to examine the types of weapons used by Israel and their conformity with international law; (and) to assess the extent and deadly impact of Israeli attacks on human life, property, critical infrastructure and the environment."

The mission, to be made up of U.N. special rapporteurs on human rights and experts on international humanitarian law, will cost some 420,000 dollars, officials with the U.N. office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights estimated.

The Council, which was created in March and held its first session Jun. 19-30, was put to the test this week with the debate on the conflict in the Middle East, one of the most controversial issues in the field of human rights.

Western countries routinely criticised the Council's predecessor, the U.N. Commission on Human Rights, which became defunct last June, for its "imbalanced" resolutions that condemned Israel.

On this occasion, the debate in the brand-new Council followed similar lines, with a resolution that focused its criticism on Israel. For that reason, European members of the Council and other Western countries rejected the resolution, which was proposed by the 57-country Organisation of the Islamic Conference.

The delegation from Finland stated on behalf of the EU and Romania that the resolution did not go far enough, because it only referred to the concerns of one of the parties to the conflict.

The French delegation said it deeply regretted that the resolution was not adopted by consensus, and rejected it because it was "unilateral," in terms of its content as well as in the way it was drafted.

Switzerland worked hard to the very last to achieve an understanding between all of the members. When it failed in its efforts for a consensus, it decided to abstain from voting.

Eric Sottas, director of the World Organization against Torture (OMCT), said that during times of war, the search for a consensus was in vain.

He added, however, that "the Council's duty is to play a new role that would allow the achievement of concrete results".

"To do so, it is necessary to avoid the rhetoric and unbalanced resolutions void of follow-up that discredited the Human Rights Commission, all the while embracing its specificity, which is to ensure the respect of human rights and, in case of conflict, the full rigour of humanitarian law by all parties," he maintained.

But Iranian representative Alireza Moaiyyeri said there was no place for any debate other than a call by the U.N. Human Rights Council for an immediate and unconditional ceasefire and an international investigation into the continued killings by Israel in Lebanon.

Israeli delegate Itzhak Levanon said the discussions were one-sided, and asked why there are no calls for investigations into "the atrocities committed by Hezbollah, Syria and Iran."

A representative of the World Jewish Congress, Lior Herman, said "Judaism, like Islam, is premised on the sanctity of human life and human dignity, principles that also apply to the one million Israelis living in bomb shelters to avoid the thousands of Hezbollah rockets designed to maximise civilian casualties, and to the 85 innocents murdered in the Hezbollah attack on Argentina's Jewish community headquarters in Buenos Aires 12 years ago this summer."

The five Latin American countries that voted in favour of the resolution -- Argentina, Brazil, Ecuador, Peru and Uruguay -- called on Israel and Hezbollah to refrain from the use of force and to guarantee safeguards for civilians. The remaining Latin American member of the Council, Guatemala, abstained from voting.

أمل مرقص : لا احد يعلم

Sunday, August 13, 2006

The Master Plan Revealed . . .(Source: www.judicial-inc.biz)

The Iraq War Is All About Israel's Quest For Oil Supplies
The Lebanon War is All About Israel's Quest For Water Supplies
Of Course All Of This ...
For The Holy Land ...
That They Don't Care A Dime About
Some of the World's
Largest Reserves Of Oil
Sit In The Gulf States


Geologists Speculate That
Iraq's Oil Reserves
May Be Even Larger Than Thought

Marines Are Dying For Israel
There were no Weapons of Mass Destruction (WMD),
Iraq had nothing to do with 9/11.
We are fighting and dying to kill the Zionists' enemies, not ours.

Israel Must Act Soon
The American public is sick of the war, and Israel has been shoddy with the propaganda. The Zapata mercenaries that fired on Marines, a pattern of ambushes, and the courageous protest done by Cindy Sheehan, are sore points.


Israel Wants An Iran Invasion Next

Israel realizes that the US citizenry is weary, and every dead GI, with a possible Cindy Sheehan-style mother, is taking its toll. They know once we pull out of Iraq, we won't ever go back.


Beware Of False Flags

They need an immediate 'False Flag' to give Bush his Syria excuse, and a major
staged event for his Iran excuse.







It is Israel's Master Plan


All they need is for America to eliminate Bashar Al-Assad in Syria, finish the Mosule/Haifa Pipeline, and eliminate Iran.

The remaining 'Plum' is Venezuela, and Chavez
might be assassinated in a manner similar to Hariri
... Maybe ?


The Mossad Has Blown Every Pipeline, Except One

The Mossad has been busy blowing every pipeline, except the one that goes west, from Mosul to Israel. This has caused gas to go from $1.75 to $3.00 at the pumps, and Bush sees an Israeli pipeline as the answer.


Pipeline Must Go Through Syria

Today, there are six 24” lines going to the pumping stations at Haditha (major hydro-electric dam for power). They cross over the Euphrates, into Syria, and onto the refineries at Tripoli. The smart route, is to junction off this major line, and go through Syria, and onto Haifa, Israel. This is what ‘Operation Matador’ is all about.


Marines Have Secured Bases

The US has established three major bases at H1, H2, and H3. We will continue to have our troops die for Israel, we will pay for, and build the pipeline, and Israel will sell us the oil. Whoever controls Iraq and the fields (Zionists), will sell the oil to Yukos, and their Haifa refineries. When it’s all said and done, Israel will control 40% of the world’s oil, and we will probably be paying $5.00 a gallon for gas at the pumps.


All the phony ambushes, supposedly coming from Syria, have been Israeli false-flag provocations, to drive us into a Syrian occupation.


H-3 Has A Combat Regiment And An Air Wing

Camp Korean Village is located in a remote stretch of Iraq's western desert, close to the Syrian-Iraq border, and near the highway that connects Jordan with Baghdad. Ar-Rutbah is the closest town to Camp Korean Village, also dubbed "Camp KV". Camp Korean Village is believed to be located at one of the H-3 facilities. 1st Marine Division's Regimental Combat Team 7, which help the Iraqis run checkpoints along the Syrian and Jordanian borders and patrol western Iraq.

H-2 Is An Airbase

H-2 Airbase is located in Southern Iraq, approximately 350 kilometers west of Baghdad. The airfield is served by two runways 12,600 and 8,800 feet long. H-2 occupies a 41 square kilometer site, and is protected by a 26-kilometer security perimeter.



H-1 Is An Airbase

H-1 Airbase is located in Southern Iraq. The 2nd Air Defense Sector, also known as the Western Air Defense Sector, has a Strategic Operations Command (SOC) at H-3 Airfield, with Individual Operation Commands (IOC) at H-1 Airfield, H-3 Airfield, and Ar-Rutbah.

The US Army's 75th Ranger Regiment captured H1 airfield in a night-time parachute assault on March 25th, 2003.

Asking US to Rush Those In For Final Support.... (Source: www.judicial-inc.biz)

M26 Multiple Launch Rocket System


Main Missile Shoots Out Hundreds Of
Miniature Bomblets Before Impact
and
Covers the area of a football field


These Are Strictly Anti Personnel


The Purpose Of Cluster Rockets

Cluster bombs were used for a situation such as an attack on a unit of 500 marines, on hilltop firebase in Vietnam, by 5,000 Viet Cong.

They are short range, and a last ditch defensive measure.

Their purpose in Lebanon will be to decimate these small villages on the southern border. Israel will use the phosphorus, anti personnel, and land mine versions. Israel followed a sequence, first they used howitzers to destroy buildings, next the demolition teams came in, then the Chechnya snipers, the D-9 bulldozers, and finally these cluster rockets leaving 1000's of mines.

Report: Israel to end war 7AM Monday ... Yeah! Right!


-Bush Priorities ... Clearing Bushes in Crawford As he starts his 10 days Texas Vacation...


-Israeli paratroopers gather near the border before advancing inside southern Lebanon from Israel Saturday, Aug. 12, 2006. Israel stepped up its airstrikes and continued its incursions across the border early Saturday, not long after the U.N. Security Council voted on a resolution to halt the fighting between Israel and Hezbollah.
(AP Photo/Alexander Zemlianichenko)

Israel will halt its war in Lebanon at 7 a.m. Monday (midnight EDT Sunday night), a senior Israeli government official said Saturday.

The official spoke on condition of anonymity because he was not authorized to comment publicly on the sensitive matter. Israel's Cabinet was to endorse the U.N. cease-fire resolution later Sunday.

Israel, meanwhile, flew hundreds of commandos into southern Lebanon on Saturday, tripling its troop strength to 30,000 and sending some army units as far as the Litani River even as both sides indicated they would accept a U.N. cease-fire plan to stop the heavy fighting.

Airstrikes killed at least 19 people in Lebanon, including 15 in one village, and Hezbollah rockets wounded at least five people in Israel.

Hezbollah fought back hard, claiming to have destroyed 21 Israeli tanks and killing seven soldiers.

Israel confirmed seven deaths and said dozens of other soldiers were wounded in the expanded offensive.

The fighting came a day after the U.N. Security Council adopted a resolution seeking a "full cessation" of violence between Israel and Hezbollah, authorizing 15,000 U.N. peacekeepers to help Lebanese troops take control of south Lebanon as Israeli forces withdraw from the area.

US Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice said the broadened Israeli offensive had been anticipated and she hoped the hostilities would end in "a day or so."

"My understanding is that this is part of the normal operations that were contemplated. When the cease fire - the cessation of hostilities - comes into being, Israel will stop," she said in an interview with Israel Television.

U.N. Secretary-General Kofi Annan "is working with the parties to establish a timetable for the cease-fire, but I would hope that within no more than a day or so that there would be a cessation of the hostilities on the ground," she said.

The Litani is seen by Israel as a crucial boundary in its attempt to push back Hezbollah. (Not To Forget It' Water Source)

But it will be nearly impossible to rid south Lebanon of Hezbollah, who are now in the Lebanese Cabinet and run clinics and other charities that are considered essential in rebuilding the region. Their ability to withstand the Israeli military assault has also made Hezbollah heroes across the Arab and Islamic worlds.

Hezbollah's Sheik Hassan Nasrallah, meanwhile, said that they would abide by the cease-fire blueprint but warned the guerrillas would keep battling Israeli troops while they remained in Lebanon, calling that "our natural right."

His address was televised as Lebanon's Cabinet met to vote on the U.N. plan. Lebanese Prime Minister Fuad Saniora signaled the Cabinet would accept, saying it serves the interests of his country and "shows that the whole world stood by Lebanon."

President Bush issued a statement urging the world's leaders to implement the U.N. plan and help bring real peace to the Middle East.
"The loss of innocent life in both Lebanon and Israel has been a great tragedy," Bush said.

In Sidon, a coastal city between Beirut and the Israeli border, Israeli bombs destroyed a power plant.

Further south, another power facility was hit near Tyre, knocking out electricity to the port, police said.

On Lebanon's northern frontier, Israeli airstrikes hit the highway leading to the Arida border crossing about a mile from the Mediterranean coast. It was the last official border post open for humanitarian convoys and civilians fleeing the country. The highway was impassable, but drivers tried to maneuver through ruts and ditches.
The only other exits from Lebanon are rugged pathways and back roads through deserts or mountains.