Author Archive | Roy Tov

60 Cents Defeated Palestine

And whosoever will, let him take the water of life freely—Revelations 22:17 Disclosing details of a negotiation process while conducting it is not a good strategy; it ruins the credibility of the side talking publicly while creating a situation in which creative ideas won’t be checked out of fear of their being leaked to the […]

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911 Obama Bombs Syria

Everything I did, I did for my country Pol Pot, “Day of Reckoning” by Nate Thayer, in Far Eastern Economic Review (October 1997) Underestimating evil is dangerous. Every foolish declaration may be a distraction, a decoy aimed at tricking the saints. Yet, sometimes dumb statements are not an attempt to fool others. Sometimes, they accurately […]

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Western Last Bastion Quivers

Their quiver is as an open sepulchre – Jeremiah 5:16 In a Goebbelian reality, where regimes claiming to be democracies do nothing but misinform, cheat, and spy on their citizens, it is difficult to deduce what is really happening in their latest war. Especially, when the Western last bastion in this event is quivering badly. […]

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“Racism or Assimilation”

There is neither Jew nor Greek – Galatians 3:28 On June 18, 2013, the Israeli Police published its report on Price Tag * terror attacks. This happened after on June 2, Justice Minister Tzipi Livni and State Prosecutor’s Office failed to reach an agreement on the definition of the organization as a terrorist one. The […]

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Prison America

‘Secret blanket surveillance,’ ‘Obscenely outrageous’     ~Al Gore, former USA Vice President Following the brutal interruption, I was forced to spend many hours in salvation works. Instead of concentrating in that mindless task, I planned the next article to be published. Was something missing in It is not Terror if We do It? Its having triggered […]

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Psrim leaked Slide

It is not Terror if We do It

Imagine a world in which illogical statements would be automatically nullified and prosecuted. A government would legislate a law saying that an organization – call it corporation, company or municipality – enjoys in the eye of the law the status of a person and … swishhhhh, the Logical Police would appear like Rambo in Vietnam […]

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Go ahead, Iran!

What happened to Ralph? Blame it on mob mentality or the lure of primitivity, but our admirable protagonist just joined the ranks of the savages – Lord of the Flies For many years, I wondered what happens with school bullies. After all, they are the only nature constant evident in Western schools. One cannot trust that […]

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Haretz on IDF Shit soldiers

IDF Commando Filmed Crapping on Friend’s Head

happy as a pig in shit “I had a female-commander who didn’t stop cursing, dirty words that I had never heard before,” complained a few days ago Yosef Duvdevany while describing his IDF service as a Haredi soldier. Despite his heartbreaking descriptions, anybody aware with the IDF reality couldn’t help but giggle in embarrassment at […]

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Israeli Airstrike on Syria

War is an area of uncertainty; three quarters of the things on which all action in War is based are lying in a fog of uncertainty—Carl von Clausewitz There is no better testimony that the situation in Syria has deteriorated into a full war than the fogginess accompanying reports from there. “Yesterday, May 3, 2013, […]

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Israel Intelligence Directorate Sends America to War

“Two Entwined Red-Lines” ~IDF Intelligence Directorate on Syria, April 29, 2013 A long time ago, Israeli Prime Ministers discovered that their governments are dysfunctional. They are large and plagued with coalitional interests. The temptations to publish secret deliberations by ministers who know that they cannot be fired are significant. Thus, they created the “Cabinet” a […]

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Benjamin Netanyahu and wife

Sharp Shift in Israel’s Strategy

Desire the right Falkland Islands motto Few foreign leaders participated in Margaret Thatcher’s funeral. Most allies of the UK sent mid-range delegations; after all, few would like to be defined as Thatcherists. Even Prime Minister Cameron when asked for the justification for the expensive funeral, similar to the one awarded to Winston Churchill, said that […]

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Hollywood Goes Jewish

for whither thou goest, I will go; and where thou lodgest, I will lodge: thy people shall be my people, and thy God my God: ~Ruth 1:16 “Roi Tov is a fool! Hollywood has always been a Jewish stronghold!” Some will say after taking a quick look at this page. Yet, this article doesn’t analyze […]

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Colonel Riad al-Asaad

Netanyahu’s Road to Damascus

as he journeyed, he came near Damascus: and suddenly there shined round about him a light from heaven—Acts 9:3 On Friday, March 22, 2013, Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu called Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan and apologized for the Israeli attack on Gaza’s Freedom Flotilla that caused the deaths of nine Turkish citizens. Afterwards, Netanyahu’s […]

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Israel Segregates Buses for Palestinians

The bus was among the first ways I realized there was a black world and a white world.—Rosa Parks I apologize to my American readers for this short introduction; yet, most Israelis have no idea whom Rosa Parks was. On December 1, 1955, in Montgomery, Alabama, she refused to obey bus driver James Blake’s order […]

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IDF Corruption Case Explodes

No science is immune to the infection of politics and the corruption of power. ~Jacob Bronowski In the aftermath of the elections in Israel, only one person is laughing hard. On January 11, 2013, former Prime Minister Ehud Olmert gave an interview to Channel Two’s “Friday’s Studio.” He accused Netanyahu of spending $3 Billion on “hallucinated adventures that […]

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The Israeli Spy with a Baby Face Reaches Court

Daphni Leef invited to visit the Court the day after the elections Social protests have defined Israeli reality since 2011, to the extent that Netanyahu called for the upcoming early elections. The protests’ emotional peak was when a man set himself on fire, but many other events have created unforgettable images; like the guillotine that was placed in […]

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Zion Elders Block Lieberman

Lieberman Indictment Exposes Israel as a Police State The scene seems taken from a John Le Carré book. The Israeli Ambassador to Belarus wanted to give valuable information to his Minister of Foreign Affairs. Aware of the surveillance, they couldn’t trust any place in Israel. Instead, they opted for a private meeting in a dark […]

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Bush Era—Obama Era Latuff, 2009

Jordan: Arab Spring Key Battle

Imagine that you are a British soldier in October 1942, on the eve of the Second Battle of El Alamein, northern Egypt. The war has been going on for years; nobody knows for how long it will continue, perhaps for decades. You have been facing the invincible Nazi army. A few months before, on the […]

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Dec 15, 2012: Third Intifada Begins

“This is the beginning of a third Palestinian Intifada, which is erupting from the heart of Hebron and will spread to all of Palestine.”* * * * One must be careful with this type of evidence; after all there is more than one reason for the Israeli political police, Shin Beth, to fake such a […]

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IDF Open-Fire Regulations Backfire

Armed IDF Soldiers Run Away from Stone-Throwing Palestinians The picture at the right is so unbelievable that I must remark that the event has been acknowledged by an “IDF senior commander” talking openly to settler Channel 7 and that the picture was taken by Masach, an Israeli news agency. In the interview, he admitted that […]

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Exodus 2013

Will Israel force a Palestinian Exodus? Safed, 1947 The device was useless. The mortar-variant improvised by the Mikveh Israel agricultural school had been provided to the Palmach troops in Safed and Jerusalem; it became the ultimate proof that Jewish farmers couldn’t be trusted. The odd device fired shrapnel enclosed within a grenade-like warhead; it was dreadfully inaccurate […]

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Jerusalem in bold letters at the left, Ma'aleh Adumim marked "A"

Israel: West Bank “Disputed Territory” not “Occupied Territory”

France and UK to recall their ambassadors in Tel Aviv The Unbearable Confusion of an Undeclared War  In the early hours of Monday, December 3, 2012, the dust raised by Israel’s latest diplomatic bombs didn’t allow to see the details clearly. Israel’s Vice Prime Minister Moshe Ya’alon told the settler Channel 7 that he is not aware […]

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Barak Quits

Edelstein: “Blessed be God for ridding us of his punishment” I spent most of yesterday planning an analysis of the Likud Primaries, which were supposed to be the main political event of the day in Israel. Unluckily, a malfunction of the voting machines caused delays in the voting. By 10PM, only 44 percent of the […]

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Pillar of Cloud ends Unfinished

He said “the difference between an intelligent and a smart person is… The Hebrew media reports on Operation Pillar of Cloud after it ended on November 21, 2012, were truly odd. Unofficial figures claimed that during the eight days of the attack on Gaza, Israel spent $400 million per day in bombs. Considering that Gaza […]

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Try Talking to Hamas

Turkish PM:  Israel is a terrorist state Over the years, I had the doubtful joy of speaking with Israeli Zionists belonging to the right and left sides of the political spectrum. Strikingly, the differences between them were not political in nature, but mainly an issue of style. Rightists were acidly sarcastic, while leftists were naively sarcastic. Both abused […]

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Tel Aviv Under Fire

Operation Pillar of Cloud Backfires Israel     On Friday, October 21, 2011, Hezbollah Chief Hassan Nasrallah said to the Lebanese Al-Akhbar newspaper “the next war with Israel will start in Tel Aviv, and Hezbollah has many surprises that will change the face of the region in a future war.” “Next time there would be […]

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Netanyahu Announces Druze Settlement

Conquest season begins ahead of elections Netanyahu’s Odd Timing On November 14, 2012, Netanyahu requested the Ministry of Finances to allot roughly $250,000 dollars for the planning of a new Druze settlement in the Galilee. This equals to the formal foundation of the town, which entered the fast-road for its construction, similarly to what happens […]

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Israel Doubles West Bank Settlements Budget

Minister of Finances admits it was done secretly On November 12, 2012, Israeli insolence reached a new peak after Yuval Steinitz, Israel’s current Minister of Finance, announced in an interview given to Galei Israel (“Waves of Israel,” a radio-station operated by the settlers) that in the last year, Israel has secretly doubled the West Bank settlements budget. […]

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Israel-Syria Shooting Exposes Hidden War

  IDF fires at Syria for the first time since 1973 On November 11, 2012, the headlines of the Hebrew media were dramatic: “IDF fires at Syria for first time since 1973.” For the first time since the Yom Kippur War, the IDF’s Artillery Corps fired a missile at a Syrian mortar post in response […]

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The Rebirth of the Stern Gang

All colonization, even the most restricted, must continue in defiance of the will of the native population. ~ from The Iron Wall (1923) by Ze’ev Jabotinsky On October 25, 2012, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and the Minister of Foreign Affairs Avigdor Lieberman announced that their parties—Likud and Yisrael Beitenu (Israel is Our Home) respectively—will run […]

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November 29, UN Decides on Palestine

“The General Assembly, Having met in special session at the request of the mandatory Power to constitute and instruct a Special Committee to prepare for the consideration of the question of the future Government of Palestine at the second regular session…” Opening text from UN General Assembly Resolution 181 November 29, 1947 We Are back […]

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New Israeli Attack on Sudan

“And this also,” said Marlow suddenly, “has been one of the dark places of the earth.” from Heart of Darkness, by Joseph Conrad on London as the epitome of Western Culture Far from the headlines a fully fledged war is taking place between Sudan and Israel. For years now, reports on Israeli attacks on Sudan […]

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Dismantling Israeli Apartheid

For to be free is not merely to cast off one’s chains, but to live in a way that respects and enhances the freedom of others. ~Nelson Mandela Come on! How can you speak of Israeli Apartheid? We are not in the 1990s! This is what most Israelis will exclaim after seeing the title of this […]

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Israel’s Religious Intolerance Hits Library

“Israelis are Brutes; Jews are Educated?” While October 1 was quietly becoming October 2, 2012, the gate of the Convent of Saint Francis on Mt. Zion, Jerusalem, was vandalized in a “Price Tag” attack; the result can be seen in the adjacent picture. The Hebrew translations I do from time to time in this website […]

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