As’ad AbuKhalil has now completed his transformation into a honorary Sabbath Goy. 
The ‘angry’ man has finally joined the Anti Zionist Zionists (AZZ) and like his Jewish Marxists allies, he insists upon my rejection from the Palestinian solidarity movement. For him, I am not Kosher enough.
Gilad Atzmon nblo.gs/uxbm0
— The Angry Arab (@AngryArabNews) February 28, 2012
I must say though that judging by the level of circulation of my writing and my latest book The Wandering Who, it seems as if my views are actually far more popular than angry AbuKalil and his AZZ comrades put together. Also my current coast to coast American tour is supported by the leading Palestinian solidarity organisations in this country such as The Washington Report, The Global March to Jerusalem, One Democratic State (Texas), Students for Justice in Palestine, Deir Yassin Remembered and many more.
As if this is not enough, my latest book is endorsed by the greatest intellectuals and humanist in this movement, isn’t this enough to make me into a kosher candidate? And if not, what else do I need to prove myself? Do I also need a Jewish Marxist Advocate?
But far more concerning is AZZ AbuKhalil’s intellectual approach to the matter. It seems as if AbuKhalil didn’t read a single text by me. He accuses me of being an ‘anti semite’ and for using “offensive language against Judaism and Jews”. In spite of Angry AbuKhalil being an academic, he fails to substantiate any of these attributions. Those who are familiar with my thoughts and writing know very well that I am actually a supporter of Judaism and I also refrain from any criticism of Jews as people, race, or ethnicity. I am indeed critical of Jewish ideology, culture and identitypolitics. I believe that this is my duty as a humanist and anti racist.
Why is Angry AbuKhalil mistaken here, is it because he is misinformed? Is it because he is supported solely by the Jewish ‘anti’ Zionist lobby being their token Arab? I honesty don’t know, I will let you make up your mind…
. A Shabbos goy, Shabbat goy or Shabbes goy (Yiddish: שבת גוי, shabbos goy Modern Hebrew: גוי של שבת goy shel shabat) is a non-Jewish individual who regularly assists a Jewish individual or organization by performing certain acts on the Biblical Sabbath which are forbidden to Jews within Jewish law. The phrase is a combination of the word “Shabbos” (שבת) meaning the Sabbath, and “Goy”, which literally means “a nation” but colloquially and practically means a “non-Jew” (in Biblical Hebrew “goy” means simply “a nation”, but in Mishnaic Hebrew it is used in the sense of “a non-national”, i.e., “a non-Jew”). source Wikepedia
Rich Siegel CD Release Event
“The Way to Peace”
Featuring bassist Cameron Brown
Special guest appearance, saxophonist/author Gilad Atzmon
Friday March 16, 2012, @ 7:00PM,
The Duplex, 61 Christopher Street
@ 7th Avenue,
New York City,
$15 cover buys copy of CD, 2 drink minimum
Gilad Atzmon will be signing copies of his new book “The Wandering Who”?
Its’ been nine years since 23-year-old ‘International Solidarity Movement’ (ISM) activist Rachel Corrie was murdered by the Israeli occupation. None of us will ever forget the cowardly manner in which Zionist Jew squatters deployed weaponized, ‘Caterpillar’ bulldozers against civilians. How they steered the hulking metal beasts around Gaza and demolished Palestinian homes with reckless abandon. How smug IDF conscripts, shipped in from every corner of the globe, backed them up: armed to the teeth with U.S. supplied M-16s, Depleted Uranium rounds, helicopter gun-ships, nail-pin mortars and tanks. Nor shall we forget the courageous Palestinian family whose home Rachel was trying to protect, or her honourable colleagues who stayed by her side despite coming under fire from gutless IDF snipers peering out from fortified watchtowers.
Born and raised in Olympia, Washington; Rachel Corrie was the youngest of three children, her mother Cindy describes their family as “average Americans–politically liberal, economically conservative, middle-class”. A sensitive soul, Rachel, aged 10, eloquently summarised the motivation that would shape the course of her destiny and dictate the decisions of her short, but meaningful, life: “I’m here because I care”, she said, and so it was. Graduating from Capital High, Rachel attended the Evergreen State College and volunteered in the Washington State Conservation Corps, working with vulnerable members of the community and helping out as best she could. In her final year at college, Rachel established a ‘sister city’ programme, twinning Rafah, Palestine with Washington; setting up a pen-pal scheme between American and Palestinian students as well as an independent study program in which she would travel to Palestine with the ISM and observe the situation first hand.
It was there, in the once beautiful province of Gaza, that Rachel witnessed the full extent of the horror endured by Palestinians on a daily basis. She sent e-mails to her mother that vividly captured the sense of terror and dread experienced by a people forced to live like prisoners in their own country: persecuted, impoverished and under constant attack since the Rothschild brokered invasion of 1917-1948.
Feb 14th 2003, Rachel Corrie wrote:
“The internationals stood in the path of the bulldozer and were physically pushed with the shovel backwards, taking shelter in a house. The bulldozer then proceeded on its course, demolishing one side of the house with the internationals inside. The driver then dropped a sound grenade out of the cab of the bulldozer, and continued to demolish the house, at which point the activists were able to escape, amid gunfire from the tank.”
In an interview with the Middle East Broadcasting network on March 14th, 2003, just two days before her murder, Rachel described the plight of the Palestinian family with whom she was staying: “I feel like I’m witnessing the systematic destruction of a people’s ability to survive. Sometimes I sit down to dinner with people and I realize there is a massive military machine surrounding us, trying to kill the people I’m having dinner with”.
Rachel Corrie was killed by an Israeli weaponized bulldozer on March 16th 2003: asphyxiated and crushed to death, the savage assault fractured her spinal column and scapula, broke her ribcage and caused tear wounds in her lungs resulting in a pleural cavity haemorrhage.
An eyewitness account from ISM activist Tom Dale, describes the scene during, and moments after, the attack:
“All the activists were screaming at the bulldozer to stop and gesturing to the crew about Rachel’s presence. We were in clear view as Rachel had been, they continued. They pushed Rachel beneath the blade till her body was beneath the cockpit. They waited over her for a few seconds, before reversing. They reversed with the blade pressed down, so it scraped over her body a second time. Every second I believed they would stop but they never did.”
“I ran for an ambulance, she (Rachel) was gasping and her face was covered in blood from a gash cutting her face from lip to cheek. She was showing signs of brain haemorrhaging. She died a few minutes later of massive internal injuries. She was a brilliant, bright and amazing person, immensely brave and committed. She is gone and I cannot believe it.”
Believe it. And believe that Dr. Samir Nasrallah and family, whose home Rachel was trying to save, managed to resist the Israeli onslaught for a few more months, before the bulldozers returned and finished the job. And believe it when I tell you that extremist Jews and their Christian-Zionist acolytes will applaud these vile deeds just as they would the deaths of anyone who stands up to their warped, antediluvian cult.
Another eyewitness testimony from American ISM volunteer, Greg Schnabel, clearly illustrates the dangers international activists face in Israeli occupied Palestine and the naked aggression of Israeli terrorists against peaceful protestors:
“The bulldozers destroyed part of a home. Members of our group including myself stood inside this home in an attempt to stop them. One bulldozer then moved toward the house of Dr. Samir, one of the families with whom we had relations. Rachel was standing in front of this home. As the bulldozer approached she stood her ground. Rachel was wearing an orange fluorescent jacket. She was clearly visible to the bulldozer driver as well as to the soldiers in the tank. The bulldozer continued to move forward. Rachel began to become buried beneath the dirt. Still it did not stop. Rachel was beneath the bulldozer. The bulldozer did not even pick up its blade. It ran over her completely and continued to advance. It stopped when she was completely underneath the body of the bulldozer. It then moved backwards over her body. I and my friends ran to her. She was obviously in a terrible condition. Her upper lip had been split open and was bleeding. We called an ambulance immediately and continued to monitor her vital signs. She was breathing but she was losing consciousness rapidly. Within a minute she was no longer able to give us her name or speak. We continued to talk to her encouraging her, breathing with her, and telling her we loved her.”
And whilst this anniversary ought to be a time to remember Rachel’s benevolence and compassion, light a candle, do something charitable or console ourselves with prayer and platitudes. I can’t help but turn my focus towards an enemy that has, in no uncertain terms, declared total war on a civilization sworn to resist its parasitic expansionism. For we all remember how supporters of the illegitimate state of Israel responded to Rachel’s death: blanket denials became aggressive accusations which soon turned to macabre mockery and, at last, when the mask had finally slipped; repugnant celebration. For just as extremist Jews / Christian Zionists choked on their own bile and danced the Hora to laud the murder of Palestinian activists by pro-Israel terrorist Anders Brevik in Utoya, Norway. So too, did the same group experience an innately perverse, neo-Talmudic euphoria when ‘shiksa goy’ (derogatory Yiddish term for a non-Jewish girl) Rachel died in the killing fields of Gaza. It was the same outpouring of monstrous glee we saw from Israeli agents Kurzberg, Marmari, Schmuel, & Ellner who danced and whooped on 9/11. The same crooked grins that crept upon their faces when Jewish fanatic Brauch Goldstein opened fire on worshippers in the massacre at the Mosque of Ibrahim, February 25th 1994. The same sadistic, inbred psychopathy that encouraged some Israelis to venerate Goldstein’s grave as an idol. A handful of these hate merchants all but swung the Purim Graggler whilst reciting ‘Zohar Vayshlah’ at the top of their lungs. And lest we forget the U.S. based media outlets that gave these demented ghouls a platform, obediently tending to the Tophet alter like a rasping, wretched throng of servile eunuchs; content to suckle on the bilious teat of Israeli terror.
And I don’t need to patronise our Jew comrades by trotting out the old cliché that: ‘not all Jews are the same’ or some other such nonsense, for it need not be said. The civilized echelons of Jewry, some of whom were inspired by Corrie herself, know all too well that extremists have bastardised Judaism through terror, usury and fraud. I needn’t mention fearless, pro-Palestinian activist Emily Henochowicz, blinded in one eye after being shot at point blank range by an IDF conscript, or Rae Abileah, viciously assaulted by Netanyahu’s thugs on the floor of the U.S. congress. Ben Freidman; who warned the world about Rothschild back in 1946, the great author Jack Bernstein, assassinated by Mossad for his expose of Jewish extremism or one of the first martyrs for Palestine; Dr. Yaakov Yisrael Dehan, ambushed and beaten to death by a gang of Zionist yobs on the streets of Al-Quds Jerusalem in 1924.
I imagine there are some will read this and say that Rachel Corrie would have wanted us to strive for peace, to remain compassionate no matter what the provocation, and its’ probably true. But therein lies her innocence and, at the time, her relative inexperience in engaging an adversary as ruthless as the criminal state of Israel.
No one wants war, but in the immortal words of H. L. Mencken, there comes a time when “…every normal man is tempted to spit on his hands, hoist the black flag and begin slitting throats”. For how many more sieges of Jenin, attacks on the Mavi Marmara, Cast Leads and Qanas will the civilized world tolerate? At the very least, we ought to investigate pro-Israeli agents of influence like Robert Spencer, Yosef Elitzur, Pamela Geller and Yitzhak Shapira who operate in our midst. At the very least, we ought to be curtailing any and all forms of economic support for Israeli linked businesses. And though the ISM, BDS and others have made great strides in deactivating parts of the Anglo-American-Israeli crime nexus and, to a certain extent, have made it a harder for Israeli war criminals and their acolytes to solicit murder or fundraise abroad. The real power still resides with Rothschild and its system of fractional reserve banking / usury, and that’s going to take a lot more than bi-lateral trade agreements, boycotts and commodity based reserve currencies to overcome.
There’s little glory in martyrdom sans victory, and you won’t catch me extolling the virtues of self-sacrifice to soothe the grieving or ply the questionable trade of post-mortem propaganda. For if we fail to stem the tide of international Israeli terrorism, then Rachel will have died in vain. If we fail to impose the complete and unconditional surrender of Rothschild and the restoration of Palestine to her pre-1948 borders, then Rachel will have died in vain. Yes, Rachel Corrie was a woman of peace, of dignity, courage and resolve, but the civilised world must, at some stage, draw a line in the sand, declare our intent and pursue Israeli extremists to the ends of the Earth.
Remember Rachel, remember her bravery and her sacrifice but most of all, remember the cause for which she paid the ultimate price. The moral imperative that must be addressed and seen through to a just conclusion: For Rachel Corrie is dead, her mission lives on.
“If any of us had our lives and welfare completely strangled, lived with children in a shrinking place where we knew, because of previous experience, that soldiers and tanks and bulldozers could come for us at any moment and destroy all the greenhouses that we had been cultivating for however long, and did this while some of us were beaten and held captive with 149 other people for several hours – do you think we might try to use somewhat violent means to protect whatever fragments remained? I think about this especially when I see orchards and greenhouses and fruit trees destroyed – just years of care and cultivation. I think about you and how long it takes to make things grow and what a labour of love it is. I really think, in a similar situation, most people would defend themselves as best they could. I think Uncle Craig would. I think probably Grandma would. I think I would.”
Rachel Corrie, April 10th 1979—March 16th 2003
Sold to the gentleman at the back for £50
Liberal Democrat peer Baroness Tonge has resigned from the party after saying Israel “is not going to be there forever”. She discusses her comments with Conservative MP Robert Halfon.
In what must be the most disgusting hasbara-style personal attack I have ever read http://frontpagemag.com/2012/02/29/sex-marxism-and-fraud/ I learn that they’re trying to get rid of Marc Ellis.
This real Jew of conscience, is facing dismissal from his post as Professor and Director of Jewish Studies at Baylor University.
Though outstandingly qualified to teach at Oxbridge, Harvard, Yale, Princeton, the Sorbonne or anywhere else you’d care to mention, because of his stand on Palestine, Marc Ellis was exiled from Jewish and academic life.
For fifteen years Marc found sanctuary at Baylor University and from there was able to think, speak and write.
Then in 2010, Kenneth Starr – Christian Zionist and Clinton nemesis – assumed the presidency of the university and began to move against Marc. The charge? Well, it’s something about fooling about with a female colleague but we all know that the real crime is that Marc Ellis stood up to an abusive Jewish power.
I first heard of Marc from my friend Karen Abi-Ezzi and then from Dan McGowan, founder and Executive Director of Deir Yassin Remembered. In an interview given to me in 1998, he described Marc and how he met him. :
“He’s very brave. He’s suffered not being able to get a job for many years because he wasn’t seen to teach the right kind of Judaism. He’s written nine books, been a visiting scholar at Harvard twice, a brave person, an intelligent person, and I’ve gotten the opportunity to meet him, and to co-edit a book with him. That to me is exhilarating. But more than that, here’s a guy who, for several years couldn’t get a job, who goes around and works hard writing books, giving lectures. Marc Ellis donated a thousand dollars to Deir Yassin Remembered. Now of course we need the money, but the idea that somebody who didn’t even have a job, would somehow get together a thousand dollars and give it to the organisation, and put that money behind what he believes in, I can’t tell you how high I felt that day.”
Then I heard him speak. It was at Twickenham College to a group of Michael Prior’s theology students. He’d just got off a flight from Canada, he was clearly exhausted and the audience were somewhat hostile. I recorded the address but anyway, I remember pretty much all of it. .
After reviewing the current state of ‘Post-Holocaust theology’ (Where was God in Auschwitz? And after Auschwitz all that mattered for Jews was power – the power to obey Emil Fackenheim’s famous 614th commandment Thou shall survive!) But now, Ellis was asking more questions: Could we Jews survive simply through power, and could we accept using our new found power to oppress others? For Ellis it was simple: Jews who have suffered must cross over into solidarity with Palestinians. Only thus can they heal their own trauma.
But for me, with my leanings and obsessions, searching as I was for some meaning to the jumbled mass of my Jewish childhood and to the Holocaust, Israel and Palestine, it was all I needed to know. Now the close proximity of Yad Vashem to Deir Yassin took on its full meaning. It was now “Deir Yassin, in clear sight of Yad Vashem’.
After the talk I went up to him and introduced myself. He just looked at me and mumbled. The truth was, he was exhausted beyond belief
Next time was again in England at All-Hallows in the Wall, Garth Hewitt’s quaint mediaeval city church. By that time I had gained some attention for work with Deir Yassin Remembered and, since Marc was on the Board of Directors it was easy enough to get chatting.
Next he came to an agonised meeting I presided over with a couple of rabbis, some church-folk and a couple of Palestinians to try to set up the 2001 Deir Yassin Day commemoration.
I became his driver and something of a friend to this man whose work left so little room for friendship. We went all over the country – him, giving his talks in this university town and that cathedral – and me, doing the driving and, as far as I could, providing the light entertainment.
Over those months I encountered a lot of those mind-blowing Ellis visions
The map of Israel from Tel-Aviv to the Jordan River – the true ‘map’ of Jewish life.
A Revolutionary Forgiveness – that most un-Jewish yet Jewish of concepts – a forgiveness which not only forgives but also restores.
Jerusalem as the broken middle – surely the place where revolutionary forgiveness can take place.
Jewish history, now the Book of Auschwitz followed only by the Book of Palestine.
The replacing in every Holy Ark, in every synagogue and temple – of the Torah scrolls with a helicopter gunship – after all, what we do, we worship.
Finally, that long, sad procession of Jews of conscience walking into exile – but carrying with them the Covenant.
It ended for me in a service station on the M1.
We were driving from Bradford, where Marc had given a series of talks, to London where he was scheduled to meet the Archbishop of Canterbury. While filling the car I mentioned that I’d been reading Holocaust revisionist literature. “Don’t go there!” He snapped. Not, ‘You’re out of your mind’ and certainly not ‘You’re right!’ but “Don’t go there!””
And I think it was as I dropped him off near Lambeth Palace when it just popped into my head: “You know Marc, the problem you face is that where you need to go, you can’t go.”
Again, he didn’t disagree and I never saw him again.
That was it. I wrote “Jewish Power” which he might have quite liked and then ‘The Holocaust Wars” which I’m sure he didn’t.
Over the next few months he distanced himself. He resigned from the DYR board “to let younger people take over” but I know that though repeatedly asked, he declined to denounce me or the organisation.
Marc is a man of extraordinary courage and I hope that the whole solidarity movement – Palestinians, Arabs, Muslims, Jews, Zionists, anti-Zionists, American, Brits – the whole lot of them – I hope they support Marc in defending himself against this outrage
I certainly wish him well.
I can’t vouch for the absolute accuracy of the list below, but I’m confident it gives a truthful picture of Jewish expulsions over the last 1700 years.
I also don’t know how many of my fellow-Jews with their supremacist inclinations visit deLiberation. But if any do, I hope they’ll run their eyes down this list and ask themselves why.
Perhaps they’ll also glance at the image above and consider how their expulsions has been an historical motif which they themselves have celebrated.
I also hope that they’ll take careful note of some of the entirely justified anger expressed here on this site against their own and other Jews’ behaviour in Europe, America, Australasia, the Middle East and Palestine.
I hope they’ll reflect on all of this and then do their absolute utmost to change – if not their feelings, then certainly their behaviour – before it’s too late.
YEAR . . . . . . . . . .PLACE
250 -- - - - - - - - - -Carthage
415 -- - - - - - - - - -Alexandria
554 -- - - - - - - - - -Diocèse of Clermont (France)
561 -- - - - - - - - - -Diocèse of Uzès (France)
612 -- - - - - - - - - -Visigoth Spain
642 -- - - - - - - - - -Visigoth Empire
855 -- - - - - - - - - -Italy
876 -- - - - - - - - - -Sens
1012 -- - - - - - - - - -Mainz
1182 -- - - - - - - - - -France
1182 -- - - - - - - - - -Germany
1276 -- - - - - - - - - -Upper Bavaria
1290 -- - - - - - - - - -England
1306 -- - - - - - - - - -France
1322 -- - - - - - - - - -France(again)
1348 -- - - - - - - - - -Switzerland
1349 -- - - - - - - - - -Hielbronn (Germany)
1349 -- - - - - - - - - -Saxony
1349 -- - - - - - - - - -Hungary
1360 -- - - - - - - - - -Hungary
1370 -- - - - - - - - - -Belgium
1380 -- - - - - - - - - -Slovakia
1388 -- - - - - - - - - -Strasbourg
1394 -- - - - - - - - - -Germany
1394 -- - - - - - - - - -France
1420 -- - - - - - - - - -Lyons
1421 -- - - - - - - - - -Austria
1424 -- - - - - - - - - -Fribourg
1424 -- - - - - - - - - -Zurich
1424 -- - - - - - - - - -Cologne
1432 -- - - - - - - - - -Savoy
1438 -- - - - - - - - - -Mainz
1439 -- - - - - - - - - -Augsburg
1442 -- - - - - - - - - -Netherlands
1444 -- - - - - - - - - -Netherlands
1446 -- - - - - - - - - -Bavaria
1453 -- - - - - - - - - -France
1453 -- - - - - - - - - -Breslau
1454 -- - - - - - - - - -Wurzburg
1462 -- - - - - - - - - -Mainz
1483 -- - - - - - - - - -Mainz
1484 -- - - - - - - - - -Warsaw
1485 -- - - - - - - - - -Vincenza (Italy)
1492 -- - - - - - - - - -Spain
1492 -- - - - - - - - - -Italy
1495 -- - - - - - - - - -Lithuania
1496 -- - - - - - - - - -Naples
1496 -- - - - - - - - - -Portugal
1498 -- - - - - - - - - -Nuremberg
1498 -- - - - - - - - - -Navarre
1510 -- - - - - - - - - -Brandenberg
1510 -- - - - - - - - - -Prussia
1514 -- - - - - - - - - -Strasbourg
1515 -- - - - - - - - - -Genoa
1519 -- - - - - - - - - -Regensburg
1533 -- - - - - - - - - -Naples
1541 -- - - - - - - - - -Naples
1542 -- - - - - - - - - -Prague & Bohemia
1550 -- - - - - - - - - -Genoa
1551 -- - - - - - - - - -Bavaria
1555 -- - - - - - - - - -Pesaro
1557 -- - - - - - - - - -Prague
1559 -- - - - - - - - - -Austria
1561 -- - - - - - - - - -Prague
1567 -- - - - - - - - - -Wurzburg
1569 -- - - - - - - - - -Papal States
1571 -- - - - - - - - - -Brandenburg
1582 -- - - - - - - - - -Netherlands
1582 -- - - - - - - - - -Hungary
1593 -- - - - - - - - - -Brandenburg,Austria
1597 -- - - - - - - - - -Cremona, Pavia & Lodi
1614 -- - - - - - - - - -Frankfort
1615 -- - - - - - - - - -Worms
1619 -- - - - - - - - - -Kiev
1648 -- - - - - - - - - -Ukraine
1648 -- - - - - - - - - -Poland
1649 -- - - - - - - - - -Hamburg
1654 -- - - - - - - - - -Little Russia(Beylorus)
1656 -- - - - - - - - - -Lithuania
1669 -- - - - - - - - - -Oran(North Africa)
1669 -- - - - - - - - - -Vienna
1670 -- - - - - - - - - -Vienna
1712 -- - - - - - - - - -Sandomir
1727 -- - - - - - - - - -Russia
1738 -- - - - - - - - - -Wurtemburg
1740 -- - - - - - - - - -Little Russia(Beylorus)
1744 -- - - - - - - - - -Prague,Bohemia
1744 -- - - - - - - - - -Slovakia
1744 -- - - - - - - - - -Livonia
1745 -- - - - - - - - - -Moravia
1753 -- - - - - - - - - -Kovad (Lithuania)
1761 -- - - - - - - - - -Bordeaux
1772 -- - - - - - - - - -Deported to the Pale of Settlement(Poland/Russia)
1775 -- - - - - - - - - -Warsaw
1789 -- - - - - - - - - -Alsace
1804 -- - - - - - - - - -Villages in Russia
1808 -- - - - - - - - - -Villages & Countrysides (Russia)
1815 -- - - - - - - - - -Lbeck & Bremen
1815 -- - - - - - - - - -Franconia, Swabia & Bavaria
1820 -- - - - - - - - - -Bremen
1843 -- - - - - - - - - -Russian Border Austria & Prussia
1862 -- - - - - - - - - -Areas in the U.S.under General Grant's Jurisdiction
1866 -- - - - - - - - - -Galatz,Romania
1880s - - - - - - - - - -Russia
1891 -- - - - - - - - - -Moscow
1919 -- - - - - - - - - -Bavaria (foreign born Jews)
1938-45 - - - - - - - - -Nazi Controlled Areas
1948 -- - - - - - - - - -Arab Countries