Interview with Nate Cain, FBI Whistleblower via Bards of War on youtube February 21, 2020
In analyzing the Deal of the Century, I looked to others' opinions on President Trump's plan for a "Palestinian State." With all attempts and failures of the past, I asked myself how this plan would be any different in its response from the Palestinian Authority and the violence it would generate from them and Hamas, the Iranian proxy in Gaza. My immediate reaction was the fear of more rockets and IED balloons launched from Gaza into the southern areas of Israel; the chaos and trauma a tipping point for Israeli citizens. Then the Israel Defense Force response, more damage to their infrastructure but not changing anything. Just more fodder for mainstream media to distort Israel's false standing as 'occupier?' That was a simple response. There is more to look at.
A must read is Caroline Glick's article: The Oslo blood libel is over. She outlines the key points of the Deal of the Century and says that the twenty-seven year nightmare of the Oslo Accords are over.
"When you read the Trump plan closely, you realize it is a mirror image of the Oslo Accords. Rather than Israel being required to prove its good will, the Palestinians are required to prove their commitment to peace."
The Security Ramifications of the Oslo Accords
What about Iran's reaction? Seth Franzman, another person's analysis I trust, writes that Iran's Quds Force vows to oppose Trump's 'Deal of the Century.' After the killing of the Iranian Major General Soleimani on January 3, 2020, Iran needs to show they still have strength.
Reaction from the Arab world has been mixed. The Saudi's have not condemned the plan.
Mahmoud Abbas, leader of the Palestinian Authority immediately rejected the new peace plan, has now cut off all security and intelligence agreements with Israel and United States.
I urge all readers to research these issues and avoid the mainstream media's bias.
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The stinging reality of the effects of the Holocaust on the second generation is illustrated as Naomi Litvin attempts reorientation to the world at large after losing her mother, a Romanian Holocaust survivor. In her second book, Beneath A Stormy Cloud: Moving On Without Her, Naomi Litvin knits a jigsaw puzzle-like anthology of her mother’s poetry with her own juxtaposing responses. Within these pages Naomi’s thought provoking commentary is a deeply personal struggle with her grief. Edith was her mentor, heroine, and best friend. Mother and daughter share the stage in this creative, special slice of history.
Also by Naomi Litvin: We Never Lost Hope: A Holocaust Memoir and Love Story
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Seth J. Frantzman is a Jerusalem-based journalist who holds a Ph.D. from the Hebrew University of Jerusalem. He is the executive director of the Middle East Center for Reporting and Analysis and a writing fellow at Middle East Forum. He is the author of After ISIS: America, Iran and the Struggle for the Middle East (forthcoming Gefen Publishing). Follow him on Twitter at @sfrantzman.
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"Over the last two years, Israel has warned about Iran’s entrenchment in Syria. But Iran has continued its role in Syria, and it continues to threaten Israel and transfer precision guidance to Hezbollah for converting its rockets."
"Israel has been monitoring Iranian entrenchment in Syria, weapons transfers that move to Iraq and also to Hezbollah in Lebanon, as well as Iranian-backed groups in Gaza. On November 12 Jerusalem put in motion operation ‘Black Belt,’ the attack on a senior Palestinian Islamic Jihad commander named Bahaa Abu al-Ata. He was a “ticking bomb,” Israel said after the operation, which led to 450 rockets being fired in retaliation from Gaza. There is another ticking bomb in Syria, where Israel struck numerous targets on November 20, a day after Iran’s Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps fired rockets at Israel. One false move by Israel or Iran now could lead to a major regional war. Jerusalem must gamble on its precision airstrikes to deter Tehran.
The Iranian attack towards Israel is further clear proof of the purpose of the Iranian entrenchment in Syria, which threatens Israeli security, regional stability and the Syrian regime,” Israel’s IDF said on Wednesday, November 20. The airstrikes were a major attack on the IRGC’s Quds Force, and also on Syrian air defense systems. Headquarters units, weapons warehouses, and bases were struck. Like in Gaza though, the airstrikes are not unique. Israel has carried out more than one thousand airstrikes in Syria. At the same time, Iran or Iranian-backed groups have sought to attack Israel with rockets and drones five times in the last two years. This includes a drone attack in February 2018, rockets fired in May 2018, a rocket in January 2019, rockets fired in September and on November 19.
Meanwhile in Gaza...
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During these times when it appears that another holocaust could materialize, it is important that people read about one family's (mine) experience during those horrible times. Sir Martin Gilbert (z"l) wrote the foreword to my book and gave permission for me to use two of his famous maps.
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Sir Martin Gilbert
Gilbert being awarded an honorary doctorate at Ben-Gurion University of the Negev in Beersheba, Israel, 2011
Martin John Gilbert
25 October 1936
London, United Kingdom
|Died||3 February 2015 (aged 78)|
London, United Kingdom
|Alma mater||Magdalen College, Oxford|
St Antony's College, Oxford.
|Known for||Winston Churchill's official biography|
Twentieth century history
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Literally, the best account of parallel and intertwined lives, murderously intersected by mankind's worst creation, the Holocaust.— [Rev] Rom C ©Medi-Social Model of Disability (@Rev_Rom_C) November 21, 2019
As you'll see, Transylvania should be remembered not through Stoker's fables, but as the cradle of a pre- & post Holocaust legacy of Heroes. 👏🌹🇮🇱💗 https://t.co/qeRIgMM9Zj
Massive demonstrations in Jabalia and Khan Younis in Gaza against the ceasefire signed with Israel.— Yoni Michanie (@YoniMichanie) November 14, 2019
Protesters are calling on Palestinian factions to strike Tel Aviv. pic.twitter.com/6whXE8WuxO