Enough is Enough
When sometimes Jewish groups go too far. They want "hate crime" laws but want to be free to spew hate for Palestinians, militia groups, Iranians, Serbians and anyone else they deem an enemy. They condemn Iran for supporting terrorism but make no mention when Mossad assassinates people in other countries. Apparently Mossad assassinations are ok. Is the current campaign against "hate crimes" and "terrorism" a smokescreen for Jewish organizations to maintain the power and control they have over the American press and US congress. Does the Anti-Defamation League cooperate with Mossad? Where does Jonathan Pollard fit in? Is there a Jewish conspiracy to make US foreign policy captive of Israel?
|The American Jewish Committee
August 30, 1998
President Bill Clinton
The White House
Washington, D.C. 20500
Dear Mr. President:
We applaud your decisive actions against terrorist training bases in Afghanistan and a suspected chemical-weapons facility in Sudan. The attacks you ordered on these sites demonstrate to the agents and sponsors of international terrorism that America can and will defend its citizens and its interests, using the full powers at its command to strike at the infrastructure of terror anywhere in the world.
By these bold acts of self-defense, American forces have delivered a powerful response to the heinous bombings of the U.S. embassies in Nairobi and Dar es Salaam. We know that U.S. intelligence agencies are continuing to investigate the destruction of our missions, and that you have put those responsible on notice that America will not hesitate to take further steps to punish our enemies and thwart future assaults on our countrymen. We encourage you to press on in this battle against terrorism - wherever it leads and, within the bounds of law and U.S. policy objectives, whatever it requires.
The agony of those victimized by similarly inspired terror in recent years here and in Saudi Arabia, Israel, Argentina, Egypt, Turkey, Algeria and in other lands - and of those murdered this month in Kenya and Tanzania - demands a stern response. It demands an ongoing determination to drive terror from our midst. Your retaliation against the terror network was an important step in a difficult and necessary campaign.
We know that this battle must be fought on many fronts - against states that harbor and sponsor terrorists, against groups here and abroad that support the terror movements - and that it requires cooperation among like-minded countries throughout the world. As your Administration wages this vital fight against terror, you will have our full support.
With respect and best wishes,
BRUCE M. RAMER President
DAVID A. HARRIS Executive Director
The American Jewish Committee
The Jacob Blaustein Building,
165 East 56 Street, New York,
From the American Jewish Committee website - 17-Sep-99
The bombings of the U.S. embassies, Afghanistan
and Sudan, and the war on terrorism
The U.S. war on terrorism is as doomed to failure as the war on drugs has been. "I think the American people need to know that we live in a world where by virtue of America's leadership to some degree, by virtue of a degree of fanaticism by some people, we will be targeted," declared National Security adviser Sandy Berger afterthe bombings of two U.S. African embassies and the U.S. bombings of Afghanistan and Sudan in August.
|The verdict on Iran:
On April 10, defying Iran's repeated threats of reprisal, a German court found that the highest authorities in Tehran had ordered a gangland-style slaying in the middle of Europe. What had been common knowledge for years - that Iran not only supports terrorism throughout the world but orders acts of terror as an instrument of national policy - was proven in a court of law. On September 17, 1992, the victims were four critics of the Iranian regime, shot in cold blood while having dinner in Berlin's Mykonos Restaurant.
Source: American Jewish Committee website - 17-Sep-99
What about Mossad Assassinations?
Feb. 16, 1992. An Israeli Defense Forces (IDF) helicopter attacked the automobile of Arab leader Abbas Musawi today in Lebanon. The Israeli helicopter fired rockets at the car and Mussawi and his family died a grsily death.
Burned alive alive along with Mussawi, was his wife Siham and their infant child. Two other cars carrying Mussawi's aides were also rocketed by the Israelis. When another automobile arrived to pick up the wounded survivors , the Israeli helicopter returned and destroyed the vehicle carrying the wounded.
"The opportunity to hit someone like Musawi does not present itself every day," an Israeli official inolved in the planning of the assassination said. In Jerusalem a senior Israeli adviser said Musawi's death "is good for Israel."
State-Sponsored Assassinations by Agents of the Israeli Government
Furious Canadian officials were scrambling to find out the truth behind the use of forged Canadian passports by two unsuccessful hitmen in Jordan last week in a failed assasssination attempt on a HAMAS leader. - Israeli Agents Use Forged Canadian Passports In Failed Mossad Assassination Attempt
It started late last week when Jordanian police arrested two men carrying Canadian passports in Amman. They were being held for questioning over an attack on Khaled Meshal, head of the political section of Hamas, the radical Islamic movement thought to be behind a series of suicide bombings in Israel. The attack, which Meshal survived, was an assassination attempt by the Israeli secret service, Mosad, according to Hamas....Their forged passports were in the names of Shawn Kendall (28) and Barry Beads (36). The real Shawn Kendall, who lives in Jerusalem, but was a native of Toronto, said he had talked to the embassy and explained he was an "innocent victim." He said his passport had expired. -Canada recalls ambassador from Israel over spies' use of forged passports
|When History Asks
Who Stood Up
to Evil in Kosovo,
The Answer Will Be:
In this noble mission, NATO must prevail. What is at stake in Kosovo isn't oil or commerce or trading routes. What is at stages are basic principles: human rights, human dignity, the credibility of deterrence, collective security. With determination and courage, NATO weighed the difficult choices and chose to act because it was right, because the alternative would give tyrants a green light to terrorize civilian populations and destroy the fabric of international order.
Source: American Jewish Committee website - 17-Sep-99
the Mossad ("the Institution")
After last year's deadly Mahane Yehuda and Ben Yehuda Street terrorist bombings, the Mossad was given an order to go after the Hamas leaders who were behind the attacks. In September, a Mossad attempt on Hamas official, Khaled Meshal, who was living in Amman, Jordan, failed and was widely reported. The affair plunged Israel into political hot water with Jordan -- its friendliest Arab neighbour -- and forced it to free Hamas founder Sheikh Ahmed Yassin in order to secure the release of the two Israeli agents held by the Jordanians. A government-appointed "clarification committee" chaired by Joseph Ciechanover, found that Mossad head Yatom was not personally responsible for the failure.
Next came the case of Yehuda Gil, a Mossad operative now retired. Gil admitted under interrogation that, ever since the late 1980s, he had been passing on false information to Israeli military intelligence. Much of Israel's regard to the Syrian threat may have been based on misinformation passed on by Gil.
And now the latest incident. Mossad agents were caught "in the act" as they were setting up wiretapping equipment on the lines of a Hizbullah contact in Bern, Switzerland. Four agents managed to escape, but one Mossad operative is still being held by Swiss authorities. Once again Israel's relations with a friendly nation were harmed by a failed operation
The Mossad - Secret Agents With Problems
Bungled Hamas Assassination Worst Mistake Ever for Mossad?
Most serious error since murder of innocent Moroccan waiter in Norway in 1973. It is widely accepted that Mossad agents have assassinated numerous Palestinians, including virtually everyone involved in carrying out the attack on the 1972 Munich Olympics which left 11 Israeli athletes dead.
Such a string of successes, from the Israeli point of view, were gravely tarnished in July 1973 when a group of agents in Lillehammer, Norway, murdered a Moroccan waiter who was mistaken for a Palestinian guerrilla leader.
At least two Mossad agents arrested in Norway in connection with the killing also used false Canadian passports, drawing a protest from the authorities in Ottawa.
history of Mossad ...
Israeli espionage predates statehood. During
the British Mandate period, the three Jewish
undergrounds developed effective intelligence
services, most notably the Haganah's Shai.
In the first half decade of statehood, Shai
evolved into the dual structure that we recognize
today as, the General Security Service (the
GSS or "Shabak," its Hebrew acronym)
for domestic operations, and the Mossad (literally
"the Institution") for overseas
spooking. Two other agencies garner less
media attention, they are, Army Intelligence,
which is by far the largest agency, and the
Research Department of the Ministry of Foreign
Affairs. According to Janes Sentinel, these
four bodies have 7,000 people on their combined
payroll. The secret services' 1997 budget,
inferred from other known uses of the budget
reserve, in which this item is camouflaged,
was around NIS 2.45b.
According to American assessments that Israel regularly protests, Israel spends as much effort probing the US as it does the Arab countries. Two matters are of interest: US policy and secret decisions pertaining to Israel, and defense related and industrial intelligence. In one report, the US General Accounting Office classified Israel (without naming it explicitly) as the American ally most aggressively engaged in defense technology scientific espionage against the US. In July 1996, the CIA identified Israel, France, China, Russia, Iran, and Cuba as the countries most active in illegal industrial espionage in (not "against") the United States.
The story of the successful assassination of Islamic Jihad terrorist Fathi Shqaqi in Malta ... Within 24 hours all Mossad operatives that had taken part in the operation were back in Israel including 2 "cleaners" that had sanitised the Valletta safe house.
A perfect operation. Congratulations, Mossad!
Mossad was established in 1951 as an organisation
which would identify and eliminate any external
threats that may threaten the security of
the state of Israel. Its full name is the
Institute for Intelligence and Special Services
(Mossad means "Institute").
At times, Mossad has had to use similar techniques as its enemies in its work. After the failed rescue of the members of the Israeli Athletes at the Munich Olympics of 1972, Mossad agents hunted down twelve suspects across the world and killed every one of them.
Roleprofile - Mossad
This is in response to Rachel Miller's letter
in The Bruin ("Reality check,"
April 15) in reference to the Anti-Defamation
League being an Israeli intelligence agency,
and to David Altman's viewpoint ("Propaganda-driven
mystery author twists facts," April
15) to the same effect.
Both of these were written in response to a viewpoint published in The Bruin on April 10 ("Anti-Defamation League infringes on civil liberties").
Although the Anti-Defamation League is not a "super-secret spy organization" in its own right, it has been known to actively and consistently cooperate with the Mossad (Israeli intelligence). This is detailed in a work ("The Other Side of Deception") written by an ex-Mossad katsa, or case officer, by the name of Victor Ostrovsky. If you choose not to believe me, read the book yourself.
Mossad's actions do not represent beliefs of all Jews worldwide
For years Sharon has been the pre-eminent spymaster conducting espionage against the United States. Sharon ran Rafai Eitan who ran the Jonathan Pollard spying operation. More recently, Sharon ran agents who interacted with Hillary Rodham Clinton and Vince Foster.
Whether these agents were actually involved in the hit on Vince Foster is a matter still under investigation. But there is no question of their active participation in the cover-up of Foster's murder.
An undocumented Israeli driving a stolen truck recently attempted to run one Foster investigator off the road. Fortunately, someone shot out the truck's front tire, and it jackknifed across the interstate. The Israeli driver ended up with a broken neck while the investigator was unscathed.
The Mossad's most valued asset in the U.S., Sharon's man in Chicago, is said to have fallen down and scratched his knee. The Mossad's man in Brooklyn, who normally orders the hits, is said to have received a visit describing the advantages of returning to Israel. The Mossad's man in Miami spontaneously departed on a long vacation.
Shahak cites evidence that much of Israel nuclear capability had been acquired through espionage directed against the U.S. (The following reference to "Critical Mass" is to a book called Critical Mass by William E. Burrows and Robert Windrem.)
Shahak goes on to quote Oren with respect to Jonathan Pollard: ". . . 'a Navy Intelligence employee, Jonathan Pollard, was caught red-handed while passing on to Israel precisely this kind of information which Inman had decided to withhold from Israel. . . . And interpreted likewise as coincidental were the links connecting Rafi Eitan, then the chief of the 'Office for Scientific Contacts' (LEKEM [also transliterated as LAKAM]), who employed Pollard, with the [Israeli] Defense minister, Ariel Sharon, who had appointed Eitan and who rushed to Washington in order to complain against Inman and his orders.'.... Eitan ran Pollard with the explicit approval of four Defense ministers and Prime Ministers, concretely Arens, Rabin, Shamir and Peres.'"
Vince Foster Questions Continue
First described by the Western media as a "paranoid fantasy of Hamas" the attempted Mossad assassination of Arab activist Khaled Meshal, in which Jewish agents carrying Canadian passports sprayed a poisonous gas into his ear, is already regarded as one of the most embarrassing incidents in the history of a service known for its homicidal efficiency, though Jewish newspapers such as the NY Times have omitted all news of the breaking story from their Oct. 4 and Oct. 5 editions.
The Israeli Prime Minister Orders a Murder
Victor Ostrovsky, a former Israeli Mossad agent and now best-selling author, became internationally famous in 1990 when he published his first book By Way of Deception, which documented the outrages committed by the Israeli secret service.
The Mossad, considered by intelligence experts to be the most ruthless spy agency in the world, doesn't take kindly to defectors, and Ostrovsky's life has been in danger ever since he went public with his first blockbuster book.
Last year Ostrovsky brought out his second explosive expose The Other Side of Deception, creating a furore in the Zionist state when excerpts were published in the largest Israeli newspaper Yediot Ahronot.
Ex-Mossad Agent Speaks Out
Tells of the Mossad-Australia Connection
The Israeli Holocaust Against the Palestinian People
"One million Arabs are not worth a Jewish fingernail."
-- Rabbi Yaacov Perrin, Feb. 27, 1994
In 1996 the ADL praised the prison sentence meted out to an American publisher in Germany: "ADL today said it was gratified that a German court sentenced American...Gary Lauck to four years in prison for...disseminating anti-Semitic...hate material."
Fact Sheet on the ADL
The ADL is "...one of the ugliest, most powerful pressure groups in the U.S...Its primary commitment is to use any technique, however dishonest and disgraceful, in order to defame and silence and destroy anybody who dares to criticize the Holy State ('Israel')." --Noam Chomsky
The Mossad's legacy of ruthless precision has been well-documented in many books, from former Mossad operative Victor Ostrovsky's "By Way of Deception" to Joshua Horesh's "An Iraqi Jew in the Mossad." Despite the Mossad's international notoriety, however, outsiders such as Thomas have rarely been able to penetrate its tightly guarded secrets.
And now they want Jonathan Pollard released! Wonder if Bill Clinton will give the Jewish groups what they want. This is will be the real test of how much control Jews have over US politics.
Are they now trying to demonize China to spring Pollard? They say "Wen Ho Lee stole American information on nuclear warheads for China" without any evidence. And Jewish organization wonder why peole are suspicious ...
Do all these people really support the American Jewish Committe as well at the actions of Mossad?
We stand with Israel - - in grief, in solidarity, in our resolve to fight terrorism.
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If Enough is Enough, the American Jewish Committee needs to stop it's lies and double standards. If it is ok for Mossad to kill people - then it is ok for everyone else to kill people. And cut out the "hate" line - there is already too much hate in the Jewish groups today. Physician, heal thyself.
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