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Cartoons

Cartoons and Islam is in the news, again. Before yelling about using cartoons with Islam is good or bad, you need to know what a cartoon actually is. A cartoon is a not realistic drawing or painting, intended for satire, Humor or caricature. ...

A Hotel in Tiberias

This is a story about the inner workings of an unnamed medium sized hotel somewhere in the middle of Tiberias, Israel, a cozy small city bordering the Sea of Galilee. ...
Tent Cities in Nepal… and Tel Aviv

Tent Cities in Nepal… and Tel Aviv

While tent cities in the capital of Nepal popup everywhere, the same happened and happens in Tel Aviv and surroundings. Over the years, the tent cities grew in Tel Aviv, and Netanyahu ignored them as not relevant. But when Nepal was hit by an earthquake, Netanyahu was quick to send help to the victims, preferable Israeli victims first of course, and as usual, ignore the tent cities in Tel Aviv. It's cynical what Netanyahu is doing, proudly claiming to the world how Israel helps another state if they need it. Playing cheap politics, while his own people are suffering, while Palestinians are still homeless in Gaza. ...

Israel, Love It, Hate It

Once an extraordinary man dwelled through the country, performing miracles left and right. He removed demons, cured the incurables, raising people from the death, changed water into wine and fed thousands of people. His name was Jesus Christ. With his death, Christianity grew worldwide. It became even the official religion for the most powerful empire … Israel, Love It, Hate It Read More » ...

Personal ‘Image’ as Compensation against Incompetence

Pay attention at Obama, when he dances his way from any steps. The type of clothes he wears, the expression on his face, the way he walks, how he moves his hands and hundreds of other details.
Everything is carefully designed and practiced to give people a different impression of the President.
The man is practicing for hours his facial expressions instead of governing. He receives intensive instruction to hide himself to present his country and the world a false picture of who he really is ... except his eyes! ...
Flemish Fields 1917

Flemish Fields 1917

37 million civilians and military died during the first World War or as it also was called the Great War. There were 20 million wounded! Those numbers are incredible, unbelievable. As a direct result of the fighting, an additional 30 millions of people died because of hunger and disease. In this war, one battle was … Flemish Fields 1917 Read More » ...

The Arab Media

The western world is not aware of what the mainstream Arab media and its preachers are saying, so I will give you a small overview. ...

The Nuclear Iranian Agreement Framework

With all the negative press about the negotiations with Iran, the amateurish PR from Obama, the accusations from Netanyahu, the rumors during the negotiations, the leaks, the aggressive statements and threats from the Iranians, the actual agreement framework is not bad!

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An Example of a major Cyber Attack

An Example of a major Cyber Attack

It's not that hard to figure out who's responsible for those cyber attacks, not? Internal enemies of the Turkey's President and individuals linked to the Israelis. That's what happens when the Turks are going too far with their insulting language and oppression. It's also a warning for Iran. ...

Apocalypse Enforced

Apocalyptic prophecies are a major drive in the Middle East. It gives the Sunni Islamic State the reason to exist. It gives the Shi'ite Iran and Assad the reason to murder hundreds of thousands and prepare to kill many more. Both Shi'ite and Sunni Muslims prepare themselves to implement the Apocalyptic prophecies foretold by Mohammed. Two huge armies fighting each other before the world will be destroyed by natural disasters and the return of Jesus. According their faith, Jesus will convert to Islam and kill the Christians and the Jews. ...

Madness in Syria and Middle East

Islam split into its Sunni and Shi'ite branches during a war over the succession to the leadership of the faith in the generation that followed the Prophet Mohammad's death in 632. The hadith, or sayings of the prophet and his companions, have been handed down orally over the centuries and are the most important sources of authority in Islam after the Quran itself. Many date back to those medieval battlefields in what are now Syria and Iraq, where the two main Islamic sects took shape. ...

World Leaders and Globalization

When I hear an American candidate for Presidency talking about the Middle East, I laugh. He even admits that he's ignorant. "But", he claims, "I will have many experts!" Oof. Not good. It sounds like Obama. In Israel there is the same situation. There are candidates, which are describing their view on Palestinian peace. They prove their ignorance as well. And then we have Netanyahu, who thinks about Iran the moment he wakes up until he falls asleep. ...

False Intelligence about ISIS

ISIS has 31,500 fighters, according the CIA. That means 63,000 ISIS people (same amount of people in support functions like administrators, medical people, financial, etc.) governing an area a bit larger then Great Britain. That is nonsense of course, to administer such area with such less people. ...

Doomsday!?

Last year, Obama promised to destroy ISIL (he stubbornly calls it ISIL instead of ISIS). He organized a number of countries together under a coalition and had a strategy ready. The same strategy as he had before the ISIS became a serious pain. To make a long, painful story short, his strategy was getting an Iraqi government working, training the Iraqi army and bombing ISIS. After a long, painful and frustrating process, the Iraqi government came indeed together... and promptly nobody heard from them again, then sometimes reports of infighting, discrimination and frustrating noises. Obama is suddenly silent about the new Iraqi government. ...
Strange things happening lately

Strange things happening lately

If Netanyahu claims something, he's right of course. He is the Prime Minister of Israel after all, and he sounds so manly with his theatrics and deep, sexy voice.

Obama is positioned on top of the increasingly isolated American administration, doing its best to become more and more embarrassed by the day. As a President he's right of course, but his 'strange' behavior goes so extreme, that not many in the world believe in him and his administration. He managed what the doctor and Netanyahu could not do. ...
Chaos in the Middle East

Chaos in the Middle East

Over the years everyone could see there was no peace, no order, violence, oppression, dictatorship, death, torture, barbarism and of course chaos in the Middle East. The chaos is honestly the same as hundreds of years ago. It seems that advancement in civilization never happened in the Middle East.

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Evil in politics

The WHO released some statistics about the number of Ebola-death, which was over the 5,000! A week later, the same WHO releases a statement that 7,000 people died and 16,000 are infected. Why the difference, they don't say. The number of real death is unknown. The real death are the reported and not reported cases. They have some vague numbers, but it's exactly that, vague. At the same time, the UN declared that it stopped feeding 1,600 Syrian refugees, because of budget restrains. Reasons? Politics. ...

The Repeated Stupidity of the Palestinians

When I was young, I had a friend, who insisted that we played chess, even that he lost ever time we played. He came daily home with me from school and played his losing game. After more then two years and hundreds of chess games, I asked him why he continued to play. He answered that at least one time he wanted to win. A week later I let him win and indeed, that was the last time we played together. In that time I was regional chess champion. ...

Increased Chance of Global War, thanks to Obama

I've no idea how President Obama must feel at the moment, after not only the international press is doubting his policies fighting ISIS, and his senior military advisers as well, and many of his allies too, now many of his senior staff in his administration are getting alarmed. I suspect he feels very confused. ...

Middle East – many words, no results. Part I

The chaos of events in the Middle East does nothing to make people understand what actually is going on. Nobody makes even an attempt, and when they do, it's quickly overshadowed by the noise of chaos an violence. ...

The commander and the intelligence

The commander is so important, because if the commander is not able, the army will fail.
If the commander is a civilian and in charge of a modern army, the army fails too. That what's happening currently with the US and ISIS and what happened with Israel and Hamas. ...

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