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The IDF on Monday deployed two warships in the Red Sea near the border with Egypt following warnings terrorists are planning another attack on southern Israel from Egyptian soil.
Also on Monday, IDF Chief of Staff Benny Gantz ordered increased deployments across the entire southern command, especially near the Israel-Egypt border, increased.
The move, ostensibly due to increased terror warnings, kjøpe Diazepam på nett, köpa Diazepam online, comes concurrent to Israel's agreement to allow Egypt to deploy 1,500 more troops in areas B and C of the Sinai in order to conduct counter-terror operations on the Peninsula. Area A is the sector adjoining the Israeli-Egyptian border.
Israel's south, especially near the border, Is Diazepam addictive, has been flooded with military forces, deployed in a manner defined by one security source as "unprecedented."
No changes in security alignments were observed on the Egyptian side of the border, but Egyptian security sources did say counter-terror raids were being staged in honor of Eid al-Fatr - the end of Ramadan - due to fears of increased holiday violence.
The IDF has also deployed advanced technology in the area - including UAVs - in order to thwart terror attacks, Diazepam For Sale. Military intelligence sources said earlier Tuesday a terror cell left Gaza intending to infiltrate Israel through Sinai.
The security situation in southern Israel has been particularly tense over the past few weeks, following a series of terror attacks that claimed the lives of eight Israelis in mid-August; as well as several days in which Israel's south and western Negev communities suffered heavy shelling by Gaza Strip-based terror groups.
In a provocative move certain to ratchet-up regional tensions, buy Diazepam without a prescription, Iranian naval commander Rear Admiral Habibollah Sayyari told the state-run agency the Islamic Republic is planning to send its 15th fleet to the Red Sea and the Gulf of Aden.
The Islamic Republic's 15th fleet is comprised of a submarine and a several warships.
Sayyari noted that Iran's Navy plans to have "an active presence in the high seas in line with the guidelines of Leader of the Islamic Revolution Ayatollah Seyyed Ali Khamenei with the purpose of serving the country's interests."
“The presence of Iran's army in the high seas will convey the message of peace and friendship to all countries,” he said.
Foreign Ministry preparing for release of Palmer Report
By HERB KEINON
The Foreign Ministry is drawing up talking points and writing press releases in the run-up to Friday’s expected release of the Palmer Commission report on the Mavi Marmara incident.
The preparations follow Turkey’s rejection of Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu’s proposal that publication of the report be postponed for another six months. Release of the report has been delayed repeatedly since May 15, Diazepam dosage, when it was first scheduled to be published.
According to Israeli officials, the Turks – in addition to demanding an apology for the incident and compensation for the families of the nine Turks killed on the ship – are also interested in seeing the report buried because it upholds Israel’s naval blockade of the Gaza Strip and places Ankara in a negative light.
What Netanyahu hoped to do by postponing publication of the report, the officials said, was to give the Turks what they wanted regarding burying the report, as well as to postpone the apology issue, where can i order Diazepam without prescription.
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According to Israeli officials, the 102-page report comes to the following conclusions: • Israel’s naval blockade of Gaza was legal, as was the interception of vessels trying to break the blockade.
• The IHH activists behind the flotilla were looking for a violent provocation.
• Turkey had a role with the IHH in the flotilla setting sail. Cheap Diazepam, • The IDF soldiers defended themselves after coming up against premeditated violence by those on the ship. Diazepam For Sale, • The IDF soldiers used excessive force.
The publication of the report has been delayed for months in the hopes that Israel and Turkey could reach an amicable agreement that would obviate the need for its publication. The concern is that once the report is released – a report that calls on Israel to express “regret” for the incident, but not apologize – it will be more difficult for Israel and Turkey to reach any type of reconciliation.
Israel has already expressed regret for the loss of life in the incident.
Meanwhile, a Kuwait-based English website, buy generic Diazepam, Arab Times, cited on Tuesday the country’s Al-Dar daily as reporting that the Kuwaiti Justice Ministry will “shelve the case which has been filed by MP Dr. Waleed Al-Tabtabaei and others against the Israeli government for humiliating and assaulting them while they were aboard the Turkish flotilla.”
According to the report, “The ministry was preparing to file a lawsuit in international courts, but was advised by lawyers not to go ahead with the suit because Israel could win the case and Kuwait would end up paying billions of dollars in compensation because the ship had violated international law by entering the Israeli territorial waters without permission.”
Columnist Who Justified Terrorism Fired from Jerusalem Post
The Jerusalem Post has fired leftist columnist Larry Derfner after he published a commentary piece in which he justified Arab terrorism against Israelis and particularly the recent multiple terror attacks near Eilat, Diazepam For Sale.
In a column dated August 21 which he published on his blog and which was entitled “The awful, necessary truth about Palestinian terror,” Derfner wrote:
“he Palestinians, Low dose Diazepam, like every nation living under hostile rule, have the right to fight back, that their terrorism, especially in the face of a rejectionist Israeli government, is justified... the Palestinians have the right to use terrorism against us....What’s needed very badly, ...is for Israelis to realize that ...we are compelling them (the Palestinians) to engage in terrorism, discount Diazepam, that the blood of Israeli victims is ultimately on our hands, and that it’s up to us to stop provoking our own people’s murder by ending the occupation.... he Palestinians ... who killed the eight Israelis near Eilat last week, ... Diazepam For Sale, were justified to attack.... Israel, which rules the Palestinians harshly and unjustly, is to blame for those eight Israeli deaths – as well as for every other Israeli death that occurred when this country was offering the Palestinians no other way to freedom.”
Derfner deleted the blog post soon after writing it after many readers expressed their outrage. Diazepam schedule, He later published an apology in which he wrote:
“I wrote that because of the occupation, Palestinians are “justified” in attacking, even killing Israelis, that they have the “right” to do so. Later on I stressed that I didn’t want them to kill my countrymen, and that I would do anything necessary to stop it. I meant those two points to show that I wasn’t “for” terrorism, buy Diazepam without prescription, that while I thought the occupation justified it, that didn’t mean I supported it. But I see now that the distance from “justified” to “support” is way, way too short – and I am as far away as anybody can be from supporting attacks on Israel and Israelis.”
The Jerusalem Post was not satisfied with Derfner’s apology and on Tuesday printed the following on its front page:
“A note to our readers: Due to a professional disagreement with Larry Derfner connected to his personal blog, he will no longer be working at The Jerusalem Post.”
Derfner, Purchase Diazepam online, who announced his termination on his blog on Tuesday, said that the newspaper had received hundreds of cancellations of subscriptions after his post was published, a fact which he claimed prompted the newspaper to fire him.
Derfner, who made aliyah from the United States, is a resident of Modi’in, Diazepam For Sale. Over the years he has published many columns against the Jewish communities in Judea and Samaria.
Arutz Sheva attempted to contact Derfner on Tuesday to get his response, but upon picking up the telephone he said: “Arutz Sheva. We have nothing to talk about, effects of Diazepam,” and hung up.
Assad may opt for war to escape Russian, Arab, European ultimatums
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Monday night and Tuesday, Aug-29-30, three international heavyweights - Russia, the European Union and key Muslim nations – gave Syrian President Bashar Assad tough ultimatums for ending his ferocious crackdown on protest. Diazepam For Sale, Nevertheless, on Monday, his troops shot dead 17 people in Syrian cities - even as he received Russian Deputy Foreign Minister Mikhail Bogdanov who arrived in Damascus with a last warning from President Dmitry Medvedev: Recall you soldiers to their bases immediately and implement changes or Moscow will endorse UN Security Council sanctions stiff enough to stifle the Syrian economy.
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debkafile's military and intelligence sources disclose that Turkey, as a NATO member, and Saudi Arabia, on behalf of the Gulf Cooperation Council, have been in discussions this past week on the form this intervention would take:
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debkafile Diazepam For Sale, 's exclusive Iranian sources reveal that the Qatari ruler slapped down a blunt warning: Assad was finished, he said, and advised Iran to face up to this. For the sake of even minimal relations with the Arab world, Iran must ditch the Assad regime in Damascus or face the real danger of the Syrian crisis deteriorating into a regional conflict – whether against Syria or by Syria, he did not explain.
Ahmadinejad turned the emir down flat, according to our sources. He said Iran would never renege on its pact with Assad. Buy no prescription Diazepam online, Two days later, our military sources report, Syria deployed 25 anti-air missile batteries along its Turkish border.
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The West Bank distortions industry
Tuesday, August 30, 2011 | Yochanan Visser and Sharon Shaked
There is no shortage of claims about alleged Israeli human rights violations in the West Bank.
Most of these claims originate from Palestinian sources and NGO's and are part of a disinformation campaign that aims to delegitimize Israel.
This campaign of distortions, bias and, Diazepam forum, sometimes, outright lies is well documented by a host of bloggers and organizations – such as Honest Reporting and Camera. Diazepam For Sale, One of the players in this campaign is the UN Relief and Works Agency (UNRWA), an organization that is supposed to be impartial and to provide humanitarian aid to Palestinian refugees.
UNRWA's anti-Israel bias is not quite new but, until recently, has been limited to refugee related issues. Diazepam trusted pharmacy reviews, Now UNRWA has apparently decided to interfere in the already explosive situation in the West Bank and joined the general disinformation campaign against Israel.
Here's how that campaign works.
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At the end of July the Palestinian News Network published an article about a Dutch orchestra that was supposedly attacked by the IDF during a performance in the Palestinian village Kfar Qadum.
The PNN article was widely distributed among international media outlets, Diazepam For Sale. However, a member of the orchestra wrote a detailed account about the actual events.
The orchestra had participated in the weekly "peaceful" demonstration against an IDF checkpoint in the vicinity of the village, he said, Diazepam samples.
According to another account on the Palsolidarity website a group of Palestinians approached the soldiers who responded by firing teargas grenades.
The IDF, in response to our request for more information, said that the missing piece in the accounts was that the Palestinians started throwing stones at the soldiers. Diazepam For Sale, So there was no performance and no peaceful demonstration.
Destruction of olive trees
Another claim that originated from a Palestinian source involved the alleged destruction of 200 olive trees in the village Al Walaja near Bethlehem. Buy Diazepam without a prescription, JAI, the Joint Advocacy Initiative, published a report about Na'el Khalid, a Palestinian farmer who claimed that 200 olive trees were destroyed when Israeli authorities started building the security fence on part of his land.
JAI also reported that Khalid would lose his land to Givat Ya'el - a planned Jewish community adjacent to Al Walaja.
We asked the IDF to comment on this report and received the following answer:
"In accordance with Israeli Supreme Court rulings regarding the rerouting of Israel's security fence, the Israel Defense Forces (IDF) transplanted trees from Mr, Diazepam no rx. Na'el Khalil's property to an adjacent plot, ensuring that he was able to continue working his land, Diazepam For Sale.
"The Israeli court authorities have previously denied several petitions seeking ownership of the land adjacent to the Palestinian village Al-Walajah by the Givat Ya'el community, a private building project in Judea."
A field investigation in Al Walaja where we visited Na'el Whalid's lands confirmed the IDF account of the situation.
Al Ahram and The Economist
A recent article in The Economist based on a report by left-wing Israeli watchdog group B'Tselem claimed Israel routinely arrests Palestinian minors at night, some as young as 11, and shows no mercy when they stand trial. Purchase Diazepam online no prescription, To drive home its point, The Economist quoted Israeli settler Eran Segal as saying, "Israeli soldiers don't maim enough Palestinians."
Asked to comment, Segal denied every saying such a thing. In fact he had told The Economist:
"If the IDF would have taken the incidents more seriously and had acted in a different way the stone throwing would have been a thing of the past."
Egyptian paper Al Ahram outdid The Economist when it charged "Israel's most aggressively racist government ever" with "prosecuting and imprisoning Palestinian children at will on bogus charges such as throwing stones."
In a reaction, the Israeli Military Prosecutor's Office stated that stone throwing is a criminal offense in Israel. Diazepam For Sale, Throwing stones can cause severe injuries and even - as has happened in the past - death.
Israeli law calls for the punishment of stone throwers, Diazepam price, even if they are minors and regardless of their nationality or religion.
However, contrary to what was written in the Economist's article, there are almost no cases where Palestinian minors under the age of 14 have been convicted for stone throwing.
The Military Prosecutor's Office also stressed that a special court for minors has been established (Military Juvenile Court) which is meant to take care of the defense of the rights of minors. Diazepam price, coupon, In addition, almost all suspects in the Juvenile Court are represented by counsel, which is contrary to the state of affairs in Israeli civil courts. Most of the trials take place within a rather short amount of time, and minors whose case has not been heard in a reasonable amount of time are often released, Diazepam For Sale.
The IDF tries to arrest the suspect as soon as possible after an incident has taken place. If this proves impossible, the military, for security reasons only, get Diazepam, carries out arrests during night time. Minors are held in special wings of three prisons and their needs are met on an individual, case by case, basis.
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UNRWA Diazepam For Sale, The most shocking example of the distortions industry came from UNRWA spokesman Chris Gunness during an interview with the Bethlehem-based Ma'an News Agency.
Reacting to this interview, and a related UNRWA press release, we asked Gunness for additional data and information on the topic of home demolitions.
UNRWA then sent us a report that only contained locations and dates of the West Bank demolitions, where can i cheapest Diazepam online.
When asked for additional information about the demolitions, such as court orders, Gunness became extremely agitated, used crude language and demanded immediate publication of "the facts."
Facts. Let’s examine this claim in the Ma'an interview:
"Many displacements are taking place where settlements are expanding and with it we are seeing an upturn in vicious attacks by Jewish settlers. Palestinians are being thrown off their ancestral lands to make way for settlers," Gunness told Ma'an, Diazepam For Sale. Comprar en línea Diazepam, comprar Diazepam baratos, This suggests two things: First, that settlements are still expanding outside their municipal boundaries, and second that Jews are supplanting Palestinian Arabs.
As Gunness knows very well, since 2005 settlement expansion has only taken place within the existing zoning lines of the municipal boundaries. No Palestinian Arabs have been kicked off their land to be replaced by Jews.
In fact, what is Diazepam, Gunness was referring here to Bedouins who are illegally squatting. Diazepam For Sale, An official with the Coordinator of Government Activities in the Territories (COGAT) told us that the Bedouin increasingly tend to camp in the vicinity of Jewish settlements and are often paid to do so by pro-Palestinian NGO's.
In the same Ma'an interview Gunness claimed the following:
"There is growing evidence that it (demolitions in Area C of the West Bank) is destroying the very fabric of these communities and ultimately contributing to a demographic shift which is changing the ethnic make-up of the West Bank."
This suggests a slow "ethnic cleansing" of the Palestinian population on the West Bank.
Of course, Gunness is well aware of the fact that only 3% of the Palestinian population lives in Area C – most of them Bedouins, who mostly live in tents and are used to moving from place to place.
UNRWA's own census from 2007 shows an average population growth of the Palestinian population on the West Bank of 2.5 percent per year.
But there was more. In an e-mail to Missing Peace Gunness wrote the following:
"127 people expelled in Ma'aleh Nikhmas - displaced for settlement in the last few weeks, Diazepam For Sale. Is that enough?"
The 127 Palestinians expelled from Ma'aleh Michmas "for settlement" were in fact Bedouins who decided to leave, as his own UNRWA press release states.
There is no evidence that Ma'aleh Michmas residents took their place.
In fact, according to a report by the pro-Palestinian organization International Solidarity Movement, 16 Bedouin were evicted in the Ma'aleh Michmas area at the end of July. Diazepam For Sale, This happened after they illegally camped within a closed military zone and received eviction orders two years ago.
This was not the first time Gunness was caught distorting the facts and engaging in an anti-Israel campaign. During the 2009 Gaza war he falsely accused Israel of firing at UNRWA convoys.
The new shocking aspect in this affair is that UNRWA now clearly interferes in politics and oversteps its current mandate, as defined by the UN:
"UNRWA's contemporary mandate is to provide relief, human development and protection services to Palestine refugees and persons displaced by the 1967 hostilities in its fields of operation: Jordan, Lebanon, the Syrian Arab Republic, West Bank and the Gaza Strip."
UNRWA's mandate has been repeatedly renewed by the UN General Assembly. The current mandate runs till 30 June 2014.
What do the UNRWA investigations into West Bank building issues and violence between Jews and Arabs have to do with providing humanitarian services to displaced persons, Diazepam For Sale.
Gunness told us that UNRWA has a team of 12 investigators conducting research on settlement and building issues on a daily base. Got that. A UN organization designed to provide humanitarian aid to Palestinian refugees is going after Israel's building policies on the West Bank.
Instead of focusing on the plight of the refugees and their descendants in, for example, Lebanon, where the Palestinians living in refugee camps still are without basic human rights, UNRWA prefers to join the disinformation campaign against Israel.
Too Late Diazepam For Sale, It may be too late for Israel to repair the damage caused by this global disinformation campaign. That's too bad because this is where many other campaigns like divestment and delegitimization start.
The Israeli government does not seem to grasp the severity of the situation and still doesn't respond decisively to the endless flurry of distortions and outright false claims.
However, it is not too late to demand an immediate investigation into UNRWA's participation in this cognitive war against the Jewish state.
This affair, on top of earlier scandals in which UNRWA's ties to Hamas were exposed, should finally lead to a complete overhaul of the way the UN deals with the Arab-Israeli conflict.
Yochanan Visser is director of Missing Peace, an Israel-based public diplomacy organization operating in Europe. Sharon Shaked has a BA in Middle East Studies from the Hebrew University and is a researcher for Missing Peace.
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