Israeli Navy commandos from Shayetet 13, the unit which murdered nine passengers on the Mavi Marmara, attached a bomb to the hull of Gaza’s Ark, a ship hoping to participate in a Freedom Flotilla project to dramatize Israel’s siege against Gaza. The ship was sunk last night in Gaza harbor. My Israeli source confirms this act of state terror was performed by the Navy commandos. It is part of a strategy that stresses deterrence rather than the confrontation which ended in such a humanitarian and PR disaster for Israel after the Marmara massacre.
The Washington Post has just published a lengthy, 2000-word analysis of the Donald Sterling affair without a single mention of the L.A. Clippers owner’s comments about Israel. This is of course not surprising. The mainstream media in America have been covering up Israel’s obscenely indecorous conduct for the past 66 years.
Ulf Ekman (R) with Pope Francis. Founder of the Swedish Word of Life
Church, Ekman recently converted to Catholicism.
In a post a few days ago concerning the situation in Ukraine, I quoted a couple of excerpts from an article by Christopher Bollyn, who discusses Kiev coup-president Oleksandr Turchynov’s ties to the Word of Life church. In his analysis, Bollyn mentions that the Word of Life church was founded by Ulf Ekman, whom he identifies as “a Swedish Jew.”
Israeli extremists have vandalized a mosque and a church in the occupied Palestinian territories in two separate incidents.
The first attack took place on Tuesday in the town of Fureidis, in the northern part of the occupied territories, when the vandals sprayed slogans on the mosque’s walls reading that they must be closed.
At 3:45 AM Gaza time on April 29th, the night guard on board Gaza’s Ark received a call to leave the boat because it was going to be attacked.
Zalman Shapiro operated the NUMEC plant in Pennsylvania
and was also an executive of the Zionist Organization of America
By Victor Gilinsky and Roger J. Mattson
Last month the Interagency Security Classification Appeals Panel (ISCAP), the nation’s highest classification authority, released a number of top-level government memoranda that shed additional light on the so-called NUMEC affair, “the story that won’t go away—the possibility that in the 1960s, Israel stole bomb-grade uranium from a US nuclear fuel-processing plant.”
Nawal Saady, 53, wife of Islamic Jihad leader Bassam Sa’ady, was sentenced to five additional months, added to her already existing sentence of 20 months imprisonment, and 10.000 Israeli shekels fine.
Her family said an Israeli military court made its decision after the military prosecution filed an appeal demanding more detention time for Nawal.