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February 2013


A fascinating collection of 21 stories detailing Israel’s inventions that benefit all of mankind. From desalting the ocean to the tiny PillCam that videos your insides, the Flash Drive to spinal surgery robots, watering the desert with drip irrigation, blasting breast tumors and curing major diseases: Israel is a hotbed of start-ups and idea incubation wildly disproportionate to its tiny size. Read these stories and discover why and how! ALSO included is a reference TIMELINE of Israeli Inventions. Tiny Dynamo is published by UNTOLD NEWS, founded in 2010 by Marcella Rosen to raise awareness of the innovative and life-altering work of ordinary Israelis, who with sheer determination and entrepreneurial spirit are making our planet a healthier, easier, better place to live.

Palestine – Tongue Tied and Terrified By David Singer

NO URL: MY E-PAL DAVID SINGER IS AN ATTORNEY IN AUSTRALIA AND A WRITER AND COMMENTATOR ON INTERNATIONAL POLICIES “The State of Palestine” is not a place that encourages or tolerates freedom of speech   – if recent events are any guide. David Keyes has made this very clear in an article written by him in […]

Perhaps The Best Hagelism Yet… by Gerald A. Honigman

www.geraldahonigman.com I know. I can hear it all now… “Just because he doesn’t like Israel doesn’t make Chuck Hagel, President Obama’s nominee for Secretary of Defense, an anti-Semite.” While in theory that might sound nice, in reality, the sad fact is that if you believe that bull manure–and with the over three millennia-old Zionist holiday […]


http://www.indianexpress.com/news/the-chill-of-spring/1076009/0 From Tunisia to Egypt, the Arab uprising is belying its promise and lurching towards socio-economic meltdown Chill winds are blowing through the lands touched by the “Arab Spring”. Hailed by many as the harbinger of a new era of Arab democracy, it has fulfilled, so far, few of those lofty expectations. In Egypt, a […]


http://frontpagemag.com/2013/ben-shapiro/bill-maher-goes-full-bore-anti-semitic/?utm_source=FrontPage+Magazine&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=e8b5cc49a6-Mailchimp_FrontPageMag “Based on every statement out of any Republican in the last two years,” Bill Maher said on HBO’s Real Time on Friday night, “the Israelis are controlling our government.” It’s not the first time the formerly-funny-jester-dwarf-turned-partisan-hack has gone off the deep end on Israel. It’s just the most obvious anti-Semitic canard to emerge from […]

The Islamization of Spanish Jurisprudence Spain Submits to “Adoption Jihad” by Soeren Kern

http://www.gatestoneinstitute.org/3595/spain-adoption-islam To the extent that European lawmakers are willing to graft Islamic legal principles onto Europe’s secular legal codes, Islamic Sharia law could easily become a permanent reality in Spain and across the continent. Spain has acceded to the demands of the Islamist government in Morocco by agreeing that Moroccan children adopted by Spanish families […]


Who Needs the Family? http://sultanknish.blogspot.com/ For most of human history the family was the basic social unit of the species. Family was a way of passing down genes, beliefs and wealth. It was a retirement plan that you paid into by keeping your children alive long enough for them to grow up and support you. […]



In the following interview, RadicalIslam.org National Security Analyst Ryan Mauro speaks to Diana West, a nationally syndicated conservative American columnist and author, about the impact of the partial ownership of Fox news by Saudi Prince Alwaleed.

Ryan Mauro: You have devoted a lot of your time towards covering Saudi Prince Alwaleed Bin Talal. Can you tell us about him and why he warrants this attention?

Diana West: Prince Alwaleed bin Talal is usually described as a billionaire Saudi businessman, but he is also a senior member of the Saudi monarchy. He is the nephew of the Saudi dictator, King Abdullah, and the first cousin of the Saudi interior minister, Prince Mohammed bin Nayef. He is also the largest stakeholder in Rupert Murdoch’s News Corp. outside the Murdoch family.

We may not realize it, but most of us first heard about Prince Alwaleed bin Talal in the immediate aftermath 9/11. That was when a “Saudi prince” — it was Alwaleed — became infamous for having donated $10 million to the Twin Towers Fund only to have then-mayor Rudy Giuliani return the check.

Why did Giuliani return the check? It became clear the prince wasn’t making a donation but rather a political statement. After presenting the money, the prince issued a press release blaming the 9/11 attacks on American support for Israel — while, as Alwaleed’s statement read, “our Palestinian brethren continue to be slaughtered at the hands of the Israelis.”

As the San Francisco Chronicle reported at theNY City Mayor during the 9/11 attack Rudolph Giuliani time, Giuliani hadn’t seen see this press release when he initially accepted the Saudi check among others from government and private industry leaders. In a separate letter Guliani did read, Alwaleed had expressed only condolences for “the loss of life that the city of New York has suffered,” while condemning “all forms of terrorism.” The Saudi prince wrote: “In doing so I am reiterating Saudi Arabia’s strong stance against these tragic and horrendous acts.”

That was fine. It was the press release attached to the letter that was not fine. This statement, also in Alwaleed’s name, sought to blame U.S. policy on “the Palestinian cause” for the attack. It said:

“However, at times like this one, we must address some of the issues that led to such a criminal attack. I believe the government of the United States of America should re-examine its policies in the Middle East and adopt a more balanced stance toward the Palestinian cause.

“Our Palestinian brethren continue to be slaughtered at the hands of Israelis while the world turns the other cheek.”

The Chronicle report continued: