Tuesday, March 31, 2009

French PM demonized Serbia, author

French author Pier Pean has written a book in which he documents that the current Foreign Minister of France, Bernard Kouchner, was an servant of American internationalism and was engaged in a 20 year long campaign to remake borders in the Balkans which primarily includes dismemberment of Serbia and ethnic cleansing of Serbs across the...

Monday, March 30, 2009


Picture: Martin Schulz

by John Rosenthal
Moreover, the source of the latest denunciation of Le Pen should be considered: Martin Schulz, the head of the Socialist group in the European Parliament. Schulz provoked the pseudo-scandal by putting forward a motion designed to prevent Le Pen from becoming the honorary President of the parliament. According to the current rules, this would occur if the presently 80-year-old Le Pen should turn out to be the oldest MEP following the upcoming European elections in June. The prospect of the “old Fascist” and “Holocaust denier” opening the new session as honorary President was, Schulz said, “unacceptable.”
But, to adopt a phrase of Henryk Broder, whereas Martin Schulz appears to be very concerned about threats to dead Jews, he is evidently far less so about threats to Jews who are still living. Schulz has been one of the most vociferous members of the European Parliament in condemning Israel for using “disproportionate” force against its enemies and in making outrageous suggestions of moral equivalence between Israel and Hamas. Already in November 2006, he was the co-sponsor of an EU parliament resolution condemning Israel for using “disproportionate” force and he repeated the charge during the recent Gaza War. Moreover, in a March 10 statement on “the situation in Gaza” [German link], Schulz made a point of condemning the “radicals on both sides.”

Sunday, March 29, 2009

Czech to initiate de-recognition of Kosovo

Vice President of the Czech parliament Voitech Filip said that he will initiate the withdrawal of recognition of Kosovo. Filip said that with the fall of the minority Czech government in past few days, a possibility has been made that Prague will re-examine its position on recognition of Kosovo’s unilateral declaration of independence. Many in the Czech ...

Saturday, March 28, 2009

'Germany soft on Iran due to financial considerations'

Former minister in Ayatollah Khomeini's government, who was jailed in Iran for dissent, also slams EU.

Hero of French Resistance to Serbian Nation on the 10th Anniversary of NATO Aggression

Even though ten years ago, because of giving away NATO aggression plans to Serbian military intelligence officer, Major Pierre-Henri Bunel lost everything, a former agent for French military intelligence does not regret his decision to side with the Serbs in a dishonorable, undeclared war of conquest led by the mighty Western nations on the eve of 21st century.
Because of Serbia, Major Bunel lost everything in 1999: his job, decorations, thriving carrier and freedom itself.

Germany: Several hundred "potentially dangerous Islamists" within the country

Tiny Minority of Extremists Alert. We're always told that people like these "potentially dangerous Islamists" have somehow misunderstood Islam. And yet there are ever more purported "misunderstanders" coming out of the woodwork and recruiting still more of the same.

Friday, March 27, 2009

Matija Bećković: NATO Graveyards

At the National Academy dedicated to 10 year commemoration of NATO aggression against Serbia, Academician Matija Bećković backed the initiative of building a memorial center to the victims of Western alliance’s bestiality, “so that some future Willy Brandt has a place where he can kneel down”.

World Jewish Congress blasts UN Vote Threatening Freedom of Expression

New York - The World Jewish Congress (WJC) has strongly condemned Thursday's passage in the United Nation Human Rights Council of a resolution calling "defamation of religion" a human rights violation.

Thursday, March 26, 2009

Serbia Remembers NATO Aggression

On Tuesday, Serbia mourned thousands of victims of NATO bombardment as the country marked the 10th anniversary of the start of the 78-day NATO aggression.
At midday, air raid sirens sounded throughout the country in a mark of remembrance for the victims. All the activities in offices, schools, institutions and public places were stopped and the people paid tribute to all the victims of the brutal NATO bombardment launched on March 24, 1999, by observing a minute of silence.

Fundamentally Freund: Christian friends

Picture: The German pro-Israel Christian political party of Bible - Abiding Christians (PBC)
Tucked away in the southeastern corner of Virginia, the city of Virginia Beach is about the last place one would expect to find a bastion of passionate pro-Israel sentiment.
With its seemingly endless miles of sand, waves and sun, the sprawling resort town, known as the proud host of the annual East Coast Surfing Championships, seems more well-suited to fun and games than to waging a war of ideas on behalf of the Jewish state. Yet it is precisely in this most unexpected of locales that one of Israel's staunchest allies and defenders can be found: Rev. Pat Robertson's Christian Broadcasting Network, or CBN.

Wednesday, March 25, 2009

Exposing a Hoax

Ljubica Stefan, the Croatian ghostwriter for front man Philip J. Cohen.
One of the most disturbing and disgusting propaganda hoaxes that occurred during the breakup of the former Yugoslavia was that perpetrated by dermatologist Philip J. Cohen. He is completely forgotten now and his propaganda tract, Serbia’s Secret War, is in the trash bin today. Cohen is a dermatologist. He was never even a historian. Yet he purported to author a major book on history.
Carl Savich Blog

Tuesday, March 24, 2009

1999-2009: Ten Years Since Criminal NATO Aggression and Occupation

“Given the alleged purity of NATO motives — having the objective of assuring truth, freedom and the democratic way — was the bombing subject to censure under international law? The short answer is that the bombing was an act in flagrant contempt of international law, and criminal under that law,” - Walter Rockler, Former Nuremberg Prosecutor.
On September 21 2000, 14 heads of leading NATO states — William Jefferson “Bill” Clinton, Madeleine Korbel Albright, William Sebastian Cohen, Anthony Charles Lynton “Tony” Blair, Robert Finlayson “Robin” Cook, George Islay MacNeill Robertson, Jacques René Chirac, Hubert Védrine, Alan Richar, Gerhard Fritz Kurt Schröder, Joseph Martin “Joschka” Fischer, Rudolf Albert Scharping, Francisco Javier Solana de Madariaga and Wesley Kanne Clark — were tried in absentia by the Belgrade District Court and sentenced [PDF, in Serbian] to 20 years in prison each, upon the charges brought by the Serbian State Prosecutor for the crimes of
– Instigating and fomenting war of aggression;
– Violating territorial integrity and sovereignty;
– Assassination attempts of the highest state officials;
– War crimes against the civilian population;
– Wanton destruction and use of impermissible means of war.
They have yet to serve their prison terms.

Monday, March 23, 2009

“Antisemitism Without Antisemites”

The concept of “anti-Semitism without Jews” is not new. It was, indeed, a defining characteristic of the old East European Soviet bloc, which remained virulently anti-Semitic long after its Jewish population had been destroyed in the Holocaust. But no sooner had we got our head around the concept of “anti-Semitism without Jews” than the new anti-Semitism has produced a new concept: “Anti-Semitism without Anti-Semites.”
The father of the phrase is the German writer Henryk Broder, and the circumstances of its birth was, appropriately, the interior committee of the German Bundestag, to which Broder was giving evidence.
The supposedly non-existent anti-Semites are the phalanx of “progressive” academics, journalists and politicians who express unlimited hatred of Israel and would boycott the state out of existence but vehemently reject the suggestion that they are anti-Semitic. Polite, sophisticated, educated, cultured Europeans have altered their vocabulary. Today they speak of “Zionists” …

Sunday, March 22, 2009

International Conference Commemorating 10 Years Since NATO Aggression

In Commemoration of 10 years since NATO aggression against Serbia, Belgrade Forum for the World of Equals, an independent, non-party, and non-profit association of citizens, organized a series of events, culminating with an International Conference titled “Never to Forget: NATO Aggression Against Serbia, Objectives and Consequences — 10 Years After” in Sava Center on March 23-24, on the day first NATO bombs were launched against Serbia.

Saturday, March 21, 2009


Picture: Däubler - Gmelin
by John Rosenthal
Last week, the Munich district attorney’s office announced that it was charging the 88-year-old John Demjanjuk with some 29,000 counts of accessory to murder for his alleged activity as a guard at the Sobibor concentration camp during the Second World War. Germany is seeking the long-time Ohio resident’s extradition from the United States and all the signs suggest that the Obama administration is prepared to facilitate the request. The spectacular development, coming over 60 years after the end of the Second World War, will lead many Americans to believe that Germany is exceptionally thorough and vigilant about prosecuting Nazi war crimes. And this is indeed presumably the purpose of the Demjanjuk indictment – for the reality could hardly be more different.

Friday, March 20, 2009

The Sanctions Chimera

By Douglas Stone
Russia, Germany, China, and France are too hungry for Tehran's petrodollars to contain the mullahs' nuclear ambitions.

Thursday, March 19, 2009

Hague Tribunal Uses Suffering of Kosovo Serbs to Prepare False Witnesses

To their greatest dismay, Yugoslav Army war veterans have found out their reliving of the horrors of war against the terrorist KLA (UCK) in Kosovo and Metohija, during alleged therapy sessions in counselling centers for war traumas, were abused and exploited to prepare false witnesses in the Hague Tribunal, to pin the KLA crimes they witnessed to Serb indictees.
Serbian war veterans, protesting the recent arrest of their fellow soldiers, charged counselling centers which were opened after the Kosovo war and NATO aggression by some Western-funded non-government organizations in central Serbia, of using the alleged therapy sessions provided for soldiers to gather information, which they used to prepare the Hague Tribunal’s false witnesses.

Holocaust Museum whitewashing bio of Hitler's Mufti -- again

Last August the Holocaust Museum Watch site reported that this whitewashed biography of Hitler's Mufti had been removed. But now it is back. Is the Holocaust Museum being pressured by Islamic groups? After all, we have seen many, many times how anxious Islamic apologists are to whitewash history: think about the ongoing Turkish denial of the Armenian genocide, the elaborate fictional constructs of a tolerant, pluralistic Muslim Spain and Ottoman Empire, etc. etc. etc.

Tuesday, March 17, 2009

Matthias Küntzel: Prof. Benz and the Earthquake

Re “Berlin conference didn’t lump Islamophobia with anti-Semitism” (Right of Reply, Yehuda Bauer, March 5):
I am very grateful that Elie Wiesel took a position in The Jerusalem Post on the dispute about the Berlin Center for Anti-Semitism Research. He spoke carefully, in the conditional: “If indeed the Berlin Center downplays the Iranian anti-Semitic threat, it surely is deplorable.”
The Berlin Center is an important public institution with an international reputation. It should, especially in Germany, be addressing Iran’s anti-Semitic threat energetically, so that politicians and industry understand why the increase in German exports to Iran in 2008 is inexcusable.
In this area, the center has failed. To date, it has not published a single public statement on Iran’s anti-Semitic threat. Whenever its director, Prof. Wolfgang Benz, distances himself from Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, he does so in general terms that do not address his anti-Semitism.

Monday, March 16, 2009

Vienna: No deals with the Iranian mullahs!

Picket to mark the 30th anniversary of the proclamation of the "Islamic Republic" in Iran
Wednesday, April 1st 2009, 4.30 - 8.00 PM
in front of the Austrian parliament, Dr. Karl-Renner-Ring
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Sunday, March 15, 2009

CIA and MI6 Work in Mysterious Ways

Kosovo Albanian terrorist Florim Ejupi, who had been sentenced to 40 years imprisonment by the UNMIK [United Nations Mission in Kosovo] court for planting and detonating an explosive device on the route taken by the Niš Express bus, causing the deaths of 12 Serbs and wounding another 43 on February 16, 2001, had been acquitted and set free by the court of the EU Mission in Serbian province.
Ejupi, member of the terrorist KLA, who was directly linked to the crime through the presence of his DNA on the fresh cigarette butts found at the crime scene, has established ties to the terrorist circles of Albanian organized crime, within “former KLA” and its successor KPS (Kosovo Police Service) under UN/NATO troops. After he was captured and awaiting trial by the UNMIK court, in spite of all security measures in place, Ejupi miraculously escaped from American prison in Camp Bondsteel, a virtual fortress of high security, guarded day and night by the American, German and British armies.

Friday, March 13, 2009

Welcome to Ramallmö

On January 27th, it had been almost a month since the Israeli military operation Cast Lead was launched in Gaza. A couple of hundred people, mostly Jews, had gathered in Sweden’s third largest city, Malmö, to show their support for Israel. Their slogans--"Israel’s right to self defense” and “Compassion with all civilian victims"--were met with shouts of “Sieg Heil” and “Damn Jews” by a group of mainly Arab and left-wing counter protesters. Stones, eggs, and bottles were thrown, and when a home-made bomb was fired at the Jewish group police finally decided to evacuate. The pro-Israeli protesters fled, while children ran after them with cell phones to report back into the crowd where the Jews were heading.

Thursday, March 12, 2009

Honor killing in Germany: Girl's face "beaten beyond recognition"

She loved the wrong man, and should have submitted to an arranged marriage. Google translation of "Erschlagen, weil sie den falschen Mann liebte," from Politically Incorrect, March 11 (thanks to Pamela):
The young Turkish woman was beaten to death with a stick, her face unrecognizable, because she loved the wrong man and was pregnant with his child. Finally her parents searched for another man for her. She should have a traditional arranged marriage like her sister.
There is no trace of the attacker, but her boyfriend Altin P. age 25 complains: "She must die, because she wanted to live like a normal woman!" An honor killing? That is what her acquaintances believe.

How many Nazi criminals did Germany punish in 60 years?

By Tom Segev
There is little chance that the 88-year-old Demjanjuk will be extradited to Germany. He is more likely to die of old age during the lengthy court procedures. It is also uncertain a German court can try a non-German for committing a crime that did not take place on German soil. Furthermore, Germany's record for trying Nazi criminals is nothing it should feel proud about. More than 36,000 criminal investigations were opened against 172,000 suspects. Of the former number only one in 10 was indicted, and half of those charged were found guilty. Fewer than 10 percent of those found guilty were convicted for crimes at extermination camps, and most of those were given a light sentence. In all, four Nazis were executed and 166 given life sentences.

Wednesday, March 11, 2009

Vienna: 30 years Islamic republic of Iran - How to counter the nuclear program and terror?

Panel discussion with:
Javad Asadian (Iranian Writers Associantion, former president of the Iranian Pen Club in exile)
Simone Dinah Hartmann (STOP THE BOMB)
Dr. Madeleine Petrovic (Head of the Green Party in lower Austria)
Heribert Schiedel (Documentation Centre of Austrian Resistance, League against Antisemitism)
Ursula Stenzel (District councillor Innere Stadt, ÖVP)
Thursday, March 19th 2009, 7.30 PM
Festsaal Altes Rathaus, Wipplingerstraße 6-8, 1010 Vienna

Monday, March 09, 2009

Sweden's anti-Israel apartheid policy is about more than sport

Neutral Sweden's mixed World War II legacy is still debated by historians. On the one hand it supplied Nazi Germany with iron ore and ball bearings and allowed the Wehrmacht to use the Swedish railway system to transport soldiers. On the other hand, spurred on by the Danes, it accepted Danish Jews marked for mass murder by the Nazis.


by Falah Muradkhin Shakaram
I must admit that I was astonished when I recently read in the newspaper that a German parliamentary delegation was visiting Iraqi Kurdistan and that the head of the delegation, Herta Däubler-Gmelin, had made critical remarks about the situation of human rights in the region. I was equally astonished that our Kurdish politicians accepted this criticism without protest.
As someone who survived the Iraqi army’s poison gas attack on Halabja and who has been working for a German aid organization for the last eleven years, I may be permitted to make some comments on Ms. Däubler-Gmelin’s visit.

Sunday, March 08, 2009

„The Liberation Movement of Iranian Women – Year Zero“

A Historical Document from Iran on the Occasion of the International Women’s Day on the 8th of March
By Fathiyeh Naghibzadeh
On the 7th of March 1979, only weeks after the revolution in Iran, Ayatollah Khomeini ordered that women should only be allowed to enter public buildings dressed with a headscarf. After this – and on the occasion of the International Women’s Day on the 8th of March that year - there were numerous demonstrations against mandatory veiling. As a direct result of these demonstrations, the Islamists were forced to rescend their order, if only temporarily.

German MP calls for Durban II boycott

Pressure is rising on Germany's Social Democrat-controlled Foreign Ministry to walk away from the so-called Durban II meeting - the UN's World Conference Against Racism - which opens in Geneva on April 20.

Saturday, March 07, 2009

Clemens Heni: A Friendly Response to Prof. Bauer

Yehuda Bauer wrote on 4 March 2009 in the JPost on the Berlin center of research on anti-Semitism (ZfA), and accused Berlin based JPost correspondent Benjamin Weinthal of blaming this center to equate “Islamophobia” with anti-Semitism. Well, Bauer is of course a very good and important historian and I read his books, especially on the Holocaust and anti-Semitism, always with great interest. It was a big honour to get his applause at the Maiersdorf Faculty Club at SICSA as I spoke for the first time at Hebrew University – on Germany and anti-Semitism – in December 2002.
First of all it is astonishing that Bauer accuses Weinthal. Why? In the JPost four articles appeared on that Berlin conference, held on 8 December 2008. Two of these articles (Op-Eds) were written by myself, including the initial one, even before the conference, on 3 December 2008. Why is he not …

Friday, March 06, 2009

The KLA: Our “Anti-Communist Freedom Fighters”

By Julia Gorin
So it was written, and so it came to pass. In 1999, a law professor named Mark Almond was published in National Review magazine, which was otherwise among the many — for some reason — conflicted conservative publications when it came to Clinton’s “war”. I only came across this piece recently and have highlighted some of Almond’s revelations and stunningly accurate predictions. If they can be called that, given that even the word “predictability” fails when it comes to Kosovo, a failure almost by design.

Thursday, March 05, 2009

The Islamic arch in the making

Sarajevo July 21, 2008: Bosnian Muslims celebrate the arrest of Karadzic by waving Turkish flags.
"Islamic arch” seeks Balkan Muslim communities into a single force controlled by Turkey and the Islamic world.

Wednesday, March 04, 2009

Germany: Young American soldier attacked and very seriously hurt by a Turk

The Sächsische Zeitung reports that three American soldiers had been attacked in the German city of Leipzig by a Turk with a knife . One of the young American men was very seriously hurt. The incident occurred in a discotheque. The three Americans spent their holidays in Germany.

Tuesday, March 03, 2009

30 Years Islamic Republic of Iran: The results of the Islamic revolution and the Western policy

Lecture and discussion with Amir Taheri (London)
Wednesday, March 4, 2009, 8 p.m. at the Werkstatt der Kulturen
Wissmannstraße 32, Berlin-Neukölln (U7/U8 Hermannplatz, Map)
30 years of Islamic Republic of Iran stand not only for dictatorship and terror, but also for 3 decades of failed Iran policy of the West. While the tyranny in Iran – the persecution of the opposition, women, and independent labour unions, religious and ethnic minorities – continues, the enforced nuclear program makes the regime a daily growing international threat. Atomic weapons would not only pose an existential threat to Israel, but would also lead to an arms race in the crisis-ridden Middle East and would strengthen radical Islamic forces worldwide. The extensive Iranian support for Hamas and Hezbollah already aims at the annihilation of Israel and the spreading of the Islamic revolution.

Monday, March 02, 2009

Bosnian Serbs sue UN, Holland over Srebrenica

Survivors plan a suit because UN, Holland failed to protect them from being massacred by Muslims.

Sunday, March 01, 2009

Serbia's Struggle for Survival: Lessons from Israel

Here is another exclusive Jihad Watch essay by Raphael Israeli. Raphael Israeli was born in Fez, Morocco, and arrived in Israel at the age of 14. A professor of Islamic, Middle Eastern and Chinese history at the Hebrew University in Jerusalem, he is the author of 25 books, including Islamikaze: Manifestations of Islamic Martyrology (Frank Cass, London, 2003) and The Spread of Islamikaze Terrorism in Europe: The Third Islamic Invasion (Vallentine Mitchell, London, 2008).