Barenboim’s First Visit to Egypt: Part 3B

🙂 Dear-Arab-Readers > Section: Egypt-Normalization > Barenboim’s First Visit to Egypt on April 16, 2009
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APRIL 20 – JUNE 8, 2009

This is Monday morning. I am just so sick of this computer work, so tired that I don’t want to wake up every Monday morning. Last night, I couldn’t sleep well while thinking of Barenboim’s Divan-Project 2009 and I was tired to death… until I found additional answers from Egypt. And I keep making new collections.

(Updated on APRIL 21, 2009)
Please… I promise that this is my LAST message during Barenboim’s Cairo-Scandal!!!
(Please click Barenboim’s First Visit to Egypt: Part 3A to read the entire text until APRIL 28, 2009.)

(Updated on APRIL 30, 2009)
Because the Jewish lobby control!! Egyptian artists are subjected to operations – liquidation musical – in Europe Apr 30, 2009 / By Alwafd, Amjad Mustafa


As you may suspect, I am currently busy at organizing Chinese stuffs, Barenboim in China. I’m almost done. Guess what? In Central Conservatory of Music in Beijing, Honorary Professor Barenboim is from Palestine. What do you think about this? After your sincere attendance of Barenboim’s MUSIC-only, your ‘Most-Favorite’ Maestro is currently reading Naguib Mahfouz’s “Children of Gebelawi.” What do you think about this?

Are your Egyptian guys really going to ‘execute’ all the pigs? I heard that unlike Bird Flu, pigs are not the main problem, but concerning Arab situation, this may be the best solution. Unlike Arabs, we Koreans and Chinese can’t live without this little creature and no one is going to be afraid of eating Pork because of Swine Flu. Since the moment I created Knesset-Jokes, this Personal Pronoun, JEWISH PIG, has been my foremost curiosity. Finally, I recently read that there are historical, geographical reasons about this; about how dangerous it is to raise (unwholesome) pigs in hot, dry places like Arab world. Anyways, poor pigs… poor little creatures… Poor IDF Soldier Gilad Shalit… Is he still alive somewhere in Gaza?

Tired… and just SICK of those ‘Garbage & Sh*t’ around Barenboim. You’re welcome to call them EUROTRASH. I just want to finish this f*cking business as soon as possible and return to my original place, Barenboim Loves Knesset~ ^.*. I just can’t understand why those poor babies, (I mean, the ENTIRE Israeli Knesset MKs drowsing in the opposition bench), never know how to wake up whenever this kind of stupid remark decorates the headline of Jewish Newspaper. Do you know why? I think FM Liebermann is doing a real terrific job to perfectly prove his IQ MINUS, though…

Israel warns EU to stop criticizing Netanyahu government Apr 30, 2009 / By Haaretz
A Foreign Ministry official has been warning European countries that unless they curtail criticism of Benjamin Netanyahu’s government, Israel will block the European Union from participating in the diplomatic process with the Palestinians. (…)

By the way, do you know why the same kind of Arab newspaper, Almasry Alyoum, speaks with much-better-Google-Translation in English? As usual, I have to study, study your AlWafd-Google-Translation to understand fewer than something. As usual… WHO is your main subject? CM Hosni or Maestro Barenboim? *.*

(Updated on MAY 6, 2009)

Hamas warns Abbas not to form new government alone Apr 30, 2009 / By Jerusalem Post
After failing to reach agreement with Hamas over the formation of a Palestinian unity government, PA President Abbas is planning (…) Hamas warned that such a move would be regarded as a “fatal blow” to Egyptian efforts to end the power struggle with Fatah. (…) They said the most significant difference was over whether the unity government would recognize Israel’s right to exist and previous agreements signed between the Palestinians and Israelis. (…) At least half of the ministers in the new government will be from Fatah, the source said, pointing out that both Abbas and Fayad have been strongly criticized for not including one Fatah representative in the current government. Over the past few months, several Fatah officials have repeatedly threatened to boycott the Fayad government for ignoring them.

As I wrote in Barenboim in Al-Wafd Newspaper (MAY 1), this article is what bothered me. Hamas’ warning is nothing new, but PA’s current government without Fatah? Thanks to this article, I had to study.

Wikipedia-Category: Palestinian politics > Palestine Liberation Organization and Hamas
Wikipedia-Category: Hamas > Palestine Liberation Organization and Hamas
Wikipedia-Category: Palestine Liberation Organization > Palestine Liberation Organization and Hamas
Wikipedia: Palestinian National Authority (b.1994) > List of political parties in the PNA

I didn’t know that Palestine Liberation Organization (PLO) was born in the year of Dragon. (Please check what I found in Chinese Part.) Then, is its Zodiac sign Germini on May 28? Hum… Hamas and Fatah… It is anyway 7 months older than me. What a headache! Now, I barely follow Palestinian Political History… sigh.

Now, I can understand why president Abbas wanted to see his prime minister from Third Way. Then what’s the difference between Palestinian National Initiative and Third Way, or even Palestine Democratic Union, which is described as non-militant?

No sooner had I announced my plan than the Jewish Crying Babies worried.
Haaretz: Wikipedia editors: Coverage of Israel ‘problematic’
So what?
Simply, how many categories are found in this Internet-based encyclopedia? Don’t they still know my English is not that high? I’ve NEVER seen more headache than the Politics in Palestinian territories. ONCE AGAIN, who would trust this statement from Hamas?

Khaled Mashaal re-elected Hamas political chief (The Rise of ‘Young Guard’ Radicals) May 3, 2009 / By Jerusalem Post
Mashaal: Hamas wants 10 year cease-fire (Hamas supports ‘A State on the 1967 Borders’) May 5, 2009 / By Jerusalem Post

Former Hamas representative favored to head PA May 3, 2009 / By Jerusalem Post
(…) Since then he has become one of the most vocal critics of Hamas. During Operation Cast Lead in the Gaza Strip earlier this year, Habbash held a series of press conferences in Ramallah in which he accused Hamas of killing and torturing Fatah members and stealing humanitarian and medical aid sent to the Gaza Strip by international organizations. Hamas officials have accused Habbash of financial corruption, saying he had been expelled from the Islamic movement following suspicions that he had been involved in embezzlement. (…) Hamas had made it clear that it would not join any government that is headed by Fayad, whom it accuses of collaboration with Israel and the US in launching a massive crackdown on supporters of the Islamic movement in the West Bank. (…) Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine (communist) and Democratic Front for the Liberation of Palestine (socialist), the two “rejectionist,” Syrian-based groups said that they would not join any government that is formed in the West Bank.

Fatah bids to counter Hamas propaganda May 5, 2009 / By Jerusalem Post
‘Falastinia (Palestinian)’ will be located in Ramallah and will have offices in Cairo, Beirut and Amman. (…) several EU and other donor countries had turned down Fatah’s request for funding under the pretext that the Palestinians don’t need another TV station. (…) It is expected to start its broadcasts in the coming weeks (…) Fatah representatives have long complained that the PA-controlled media were incompetent and ineffective in confronting Hamas’s propaganda machine. Hamas has two TV stations which are more popular than the PA’s media outlets. Fatah leaders are hoping that the new station will help them restore the Palestinian public’s confidence in the corruption-riddled faction. Fatah has lost much of its credibility largely due to the fact that it has failed to reform itself following its defeat to Hamas in the January 2006 parliamentary election.

(Updated on MAY 7, 2009)
Hamas appoints new interior minister May 7, 2009 / By Jerusalem Post
Unlike his predecessor, Fathi Hammad maintains good relations with representatives of the rival Fatah faction in the Gaza Strip. His appointment came shortly after Hamas announced that it had reelected Khaled Mashaal as head of its political bureau in a secret vote. The appointment of Hammad also coincided with reports according to which Hamas policemen have been deployed in various parts of the Strip in an attempt to stop militiamen from firing rockets at Israel. It’s not clear if the appointment will have any impact on efforts by Hamas and Fatah to end their power struggle that has been raging for three years. (…)

Weird… do the Dragon’s Germini (b. May 28), Hamas & Fatah, already know what I am going to write?

Now, I blame Fatah more than Hamas. As I wrote somewhere in my Knesset-blog when I resumed this computer work, I gave up following Daily Affairs appearing in the Jewish/Palestinian Newspapers after I read Palestinian Voices, (plural!), who reported happenings inside Palestinian State… in a quiet tone. The only reason to resume my daily check-up was to organize series of articles in my Knesset-blog so as NOT to read the same article again and again.


Both you and I are in the same boat, which have been drift for YEARS in the ocean of Palestinian Unity Government. WE belong neither to Israel nor to Palestine. I’m just SICK of reading the same article again and again… especially about Hamas’s terrorism. What about you?

I knew what means Fatah’s split into ‘Old-Guard’ & ‘Young-Guard’. (Please check Welcome-to-Jerusalem in my Knesset-blog. Marwan Barghouti quickly changed his words after I reported ‘Dahlan & Money from Bush administration.) NOW… after studying part of Wikipedia-Category: Palestinian politics, I’m getting real furious. For what have I wasted my life? Had Fatah leadership been more serious… listened to their people more carefully while receiving international supports from the western countries…

Is what I heard from the Palestinian Voices right? That their corrupt leaders only care about MONEY from international society, which will stop feeding them the moment their state is born. That even if Israeli side was ready, it was their impotent leaders who wanted Israeli Occupation as long as they are given a power to rule the territory.

Why do you think I keep calling them, Hamas & Fatah, Dragon’s Germini (b. May 28)? How many categories exist in Wikipedia-Category: Palestine stubs? Yet there is absolutely NO way to find Wikipedia-Category: Palestinian Corruption. There should be one.

MOREOVER, after organizing Hamas during the Operation Cast Lead and additional articles about their accusing ‘Former Hamas Representative’ for financial corruption, I start suspecting if there is also Corruption inside Hamas. I’m even suspecting if Hamas-side Corruption is more systematic… just like that of Dorit Beinisch’s Secret Society in Israel. (Please check Section: Cancer-Dorit-Beinisch.) I can’t help suspecting.

MORE… MOREOVER, recent happenings in Hamas-controlled area simply tell me that Hamas leadership is getting OLD enough to follow in the footsteps of Fatah. It means that Another-Hamas will be born in the same area the moment Hamas joins the Palestinian Unity Government. THIS will be led by more radical, younger, ‘UNEDUCATED’, and political terrorist leadership.

What are you going to do on this issue? I am speechless, TOO, whenever I think of those Jewish Pigs’ unilateral declaration that they only and forever reject Hamas. Simply, Hamas has been following in the footsteps of Fatah. Therefore, it was a good excuse for those ‘Pigs & Monkeys & Snakes & Chameleons & Old-Same-Bullsh*ts’ in Israel whenever they didn’t want to sit on the negotiation table.


‘Haniyeh (Hamas’ PM) hid in hospital during Gaza op’ Apr 22, 2009 / By Jerusalem Post
UN official blames Palestinians, Israelis equally for impeding Gaza reconstruction Apr 22, 2009 / By Jerusalem Post
UN: Gaza’s postwar environmental problems growing / By Jerusalem Post

Please check

1. JANUARY. 15, 2009: “Palestinian President Abbas’ credibility is ‘the lowest ever’ because he blamed Hamas for the Israeli offensive. We don’t know if he will regain any credibility after what he has done. Abbas’s Fatah, along with the PLO, is likely to be ‘the biggest loser from this war’. Most of the Palestinian forces that are struggling for Palestinian rights are outside the PLO now and most forces inside the PLO have become a bureaucracy, feeding on the Palestinian Authority. But we have hopes. Forces that are ‘not Hamas and not Fatah’ are ‘working very hard to find a way to go back to national unity and that’s what we need’.”

2. APRIL 21, 2009: “It’s the quiet before the storm. I’m pessimistic. Apart from a rise in resident security and an end to chaos, there are no real advances. True, the weapons are off the streets and you can safely enter JENIN, but the settlements, the settlers’ harassment of Palestinians, the arrests, that is all still happening. People don’t have a genuine sense of financial security. Everything, ultimately, is still under occupation. There’s a deep sense of frustration. No releases of prisoners, no negotiations. The siege stands, and all hope is lost. Every day we suffer the occupation and even the PA and its security establishments are tired to function as protectors of Israel. Even the Arab countries attack us for surrendering. They were specific operations acted out by independent individuals. But, undoubtedly, if the Israeli pressure continues we may witness organized action. As with every confrontation, things can begin small and end big. The Israeli people must give the Palestinians what’s rightfully theirs. It’s a shame on you. Enough’s enough. IF… IF… I have already made up my mind. I will not agree to turn myself in and sit in an Israeli jail. It’s clear to me that if things go sour, then the Israelis will hunt me again. And then I would be forced to return to my old ways. I will not sit in an Israeli jail. That’s final.”

3. APRIL 21, 2009: PA security forces maintain a significant presence in Jenin. A., a resident of the city, mockingly said that PA security is slowly becoming a kind Israeli border police, adding that they “maintain Israel’s security day and night.”

4. APRIL 27, 2009: (…) Even Politician A, who closed the debates, underlined how the Oslo agreements separated Palestinian factions and called for a unifying political strategy able to strengthen the demands for justice and fair peace negotiations. The movement in Bil’in was cited as an example of effective popular resistance thanks to its unity, persistence and capacity to allow Israelis and internationals join its numerous activities. (…)

5. APRIL 28, 2009: Sick Gazans victims of Hamas-Fatah power struggle (…) “I want everybody to help my son – Israel, Fatah, Hamas, whoever. If they can’t help a sick child, who can they help? They should all pack up their bags and go home,” Palestinian-Mother (38) said. (…) Rights activists say the political differences are jeopardizing people’s lives. “They are playing with the lives of people and their pain. There’s a complete absence of responsibility,” said the Palestinian Center for Human Rights.

6. MAY 7, 2009: THIS has happened in the past. Israel has overtaken the situation by attracting attention to other issues as it is trying to do now by redirecting attention from its racist policies and rejection of the principle of a two-state solution to a focus of the Iranian nuclear file. What is required is a unified Palestinian position that can expose to the world the erosion of the Israeli government which will then bring a common view from all parties with regional interests, including those with a stake in solving the Palestinian issue.


Do you still fail to smell what I am trying to write? When I first found Barenboim-articles written in Arabic, especially by Muslim of Muslims, I didn’t know what to do. It scared me. For me, Anti-Mubarak in Egypt meant Arab terrorism but I never wanted to join any particular politician, even if it is CM Hosni. Still, I can’t believe what’s been happening to me. I’ve never thought that I could adore these and those Egyptians and enjoy reading their Arabic articles as much as I do now.

Please look in the eyes of Palestinian people. (One photo is here.) There is NO hope but hatred only. Interestingly enough, I was able to compare these with those of furious Egyptian farmers protesting in public streets.

If you were those Palestinians, would you be able to trust and follow the Leaders, who blame Palestinian Militant Groups for making things miserable, even if it is true? The more Palestinian Young-Guards criticize The-Same-Old-Bullsh*t for sucking their bloods in the name of CORRUPTION, the less those poor Palestinians will want to trust their negotiation partners from Israel and the more they will rely on Hamas.

WE ALL know that those poor Palestinians in Hamas-controlled area were trained as Humanshields and played the most miserable role during the Operation Cast Lead in Gaza. What will happen to Palestinian Victims-or-Humanshields, if ALL the Leaders of Nonviolent, Peaceful Resistant Political Parties blame ISRAEL more and more while mentioning NOTHING about Palestinian rotten issues?

I mean… to help those Leaders to earn a real power and make a clean society toward the independent Palestinian State…
Always… Knesset-Jokes is where I can find universal truth.

🙂 From Knesset-Jokes
Swine flu brings Israel, Arabs together (May 1, 2009): Officials from Israel, Jordan, Egypt and Palestinians convene in Jerusalem to coordinate fighting disease.
[Palestinians+Israelites] all make big profits (Apr 3, 2008).: Jerusalem “is not only capital of Israel but also is capital of food smuggling” into the city in 2007, according to the report.

When I first created my Knesset-blog, Barenboim Loves Knesset~ ^.*, Knesset-Jokes was located in the second place, right next to Welcome-to-Jerusalem, and it was my foremost concern to organize all the comical happenings in Barenboim’s Israel. Now, thanks to Section: Cancer-Dorit-Beinisch, it is found almost last on the list. But still, I frequently need this section whenever those ‘Jewish Pigs & Monkeys & Snakes & Chameleons & Old-Same-Bullsh*ts’ piss me off. Even President Peres… I don’t want to cry.

PA, Hamas reject PM’s overtures in DC. (Bibi NEVER refers to a two-state solution) May 6, 2009 / By Jerusalem Post
Settlement expansion seeing biggest boost since 2003 May 7, 2009 / By Haaretz

Gideon Levy: Simon Peres as Propaganda Minister or PM Bibi’s Spokeman May 7, 2009 / By Haaretz
(…) Peres was elected president of the state, not the government. Netanyahu and Lieberman haven’t yet taken the tiniest step toward peace, but Peres has already turned them into Peace Now activists. It’s hard to tell if anyone in the world is buying this abominable, tainted merchandise that Peres is trying to sell, but meanwhile he is abusing his office. This is not what he was chosen for. He must not end his long career like this, as the pathetic government spokesman, the most inferior post he has served since being appointed Defense Ministry director-general two generations ago. Yes, it’s been almost 60 years, and Peres is still in the headlines, where he loves to be so much, but this time as a PR man. It saddens the heart.

(Updated on MAY 8, 2009)
Quartet Envoy: Israel-Palestinian talks must address JERUSALEM May 7, 2009 / By Haaretz
‘Abbas to form new gov’t without Hamas’ May 7, 2009 / By Jerusalem Post
Egypt: Cairo’s ties to Tel Aviv will remain steady in Netanyahu era May 8, 2009 / By Jerusalem Post
UN chief BAN slams Hezbollah for activities in Egypt May 7, 2009 / By Haaretz
U.S. incorporating Livni’s ideas into peace process May 8, 2009 / By Haaretz
Yoel Marcus: Even a blizzard begins with tiny snowflakes May 8, 2009 / By Haaretz
Daniel Levy: From ‘comfort zone’ to ‘decision zone’ May 8, 2009 / By Haaretz
Shaul Arieli: It’s all in a final-status arrangement May 8, 2009 / By Haaretz

Khaled Toameh: Hamas’s successful elections highlight Fatah’s failures and incompetence May 8, 2009 / By Jerusalem Post
(…) Some Palestinians have welcomed the election of the West Bank and Gaza Strip officials as a significant move that would have a ‘moderating” effect on the movement. These Palestinians noted that the ‘LOCAL” Hamas representatives have always been known to be less radical than their colleagues in DAMASCUS and BEIRUT, mainly due to the fact that officials had, at one stage or another during their lifetime, met with Israelis face to face. (…) This week, Hamas provided these Palestinians with another reminder why they should keep moving away from Fatah in favor of the ISLAMIC MOVEMENT. Unless Fatah gets its act together and embarks on a major and comprehensive reform plan, it will be only a matter of time before Hamas extends its control to the West Bank.

Everybody is busy. TIRED…
Always… whenever I announce my plan, everybody worries. They’re concerned that I might cross the red line. (I’m too liberal!) Then… whenever I want to finish my work as quickly as possible, everybody is busy. They want to be honored in my blog. *.*

By the way, how come Egyptian Crying Babies are having a good sleep during this tumultuous night? Hum…

Bibi’s DM Barak (Labor) vows to fight Treasury bid to fire 1,050 career officers May 7, 2009 / By Jerusalem Post
Labor and $has vow they won’t support planned budget May 8, 2009 / By Jerusalem Post
Litzman (United Torah Judaism) blasts proposed budget cuts May 7, 2009 / By Jerusalem Post
Education cuts spark outcry, strike threats May 8, 2009 / By Jerusalem Post
NGOs slam Treasury for cuts that will hurt the weak May 8, 2009 / By Jerusalem Post


Please don’t ever dream to follow in the footsteps of those Jewish Snakes, who were behind all the political movements called ‘Anything-Olmert-Is-Impotent-SO-Bibi-The-Only-Solution’, and finally able to topple the ‘Impotent Government’ and got what they wanted. Please look. Isn’t that comical? Or… Should I call them beggars? If you used to be among ‘Anything-Mubarak-Is-Impotent’, please think of more careful strategy. Think of Long-Term Planning, please. Gee… (I feel terrific! ^.*)


PA ambassador: Our weapon is int’l law Apr 29, 2009 / By Jerusalem Post
Saudi king pushes 2002 peace plan in Mitchell meeting Apr 20, 2009 / By Jerusalem Post
Jordan’s King Abdullah: If US doesn’t act, new war will erupt Apr 27, 2009 / By Jerusalem Post
Jordan’s King Abdullah: Palestinians need a state, not jobs Apr 27, 2009 / By Jerusalem Post
Jordan’s King Abdullah calls for ‘combined approach’ May 6, 2009 / By Jerusalem Post
Jordan’s King Abdullah: Delaying Israeli-Palestinian peace talks endangers entire ME May 7, 2009 / By Jerusalem Post

Jordan’s King Abdullah floats ‘deposit’ to spur Israel Apr 19, 2009 / By Jerusalem Post
King Abdullah of Jordan told Jewish leaders here Friday that Arab countries need to take steps to encourage Israel to advance final-status negotiations with the Palestinians, according to several participants in the closed-door meeting.

🙂 From Welcome-to-Jerusalem (Please check the end of this section.)
Dear Barenboim’s UN, EU, and First Lady of Israel March 10, 2008
Dear Sirs,
JIWON: It’s been years. How many articles do you think I have read and now remember? I’ve already told you that in those days I didn’t skip a day until I read “Intifada Generation.” Among them, I only remember TWO. (I really regret not to save those. I hope someone to find what I remember, since both articles were in the Jerusalem Post.)
1. Some naïve volunteers in Palestinian area are contributing anything but practical peace process between I & P. Rather, they are spoiling P. public mind. There should be a clear vision of how to perform their humanitarian ideas, or their sentimentalism will destroy Palestinian dream in the long run.
2. The starting point of the Roadmap should be the establishment of Palestine State. Or the cycle will continue.
I am not here to insist something. I only want to show you what I organized in recent days. My research is purely based on all the events I’ve observed in those days. Time passed. I resumed my work. Is there any change since then? For your convenience, I started reading your articles during the middle-or-end of Clinton era. And then, I belong to neither Israel nor Palestine, but the third party.

I worry.
I’ve been following specific happenings in West Bank since the moment I got sick of Palestinian members in WEDO. I was suspecting. I was worrying. I am now afraid that it is too late. If the situation in West Bank is like this, what about Gaza?

(Updated on MAY 9, 2009)
Friendly Fire May 8, 2009 / By Al-Ahram Weekly (Perhaps-Mubarak-Is-Right-Newspaper), Salama A Salama
Farouk Hosni, our minister of culture bla-bla-bla… Whatsoever Barenboim bla-bla-bla… (JIWON: Absolutely None of My Business. PERIOD)
We Wanna Sleep… May 8, 2009 / By Alwafd (Anything-Mubarak-Is-Impotent-Newspaper), FOLKS (Google-Translation)
Radio: Song & Song in the middle of the night… ‘Iaurdp love net’, ‘Voice of the Arabs’, ‘Love’, ‘First love’, ‘First whisper’…

And I keep writing… No time to sleep until I contact Ambassador of Israel to Korea. (JIWON: There were other happenings too, but NO need to post them.)
1. MARCH 18, 2009: This feels like an assault on everything that represents culture and open thought. We received threats about a month ago, threats that were now realized at Barenboim’s Divan’s Music-Center. There is a lot of tension here.
2. APRIL 21, 2009: “This is our NEW director. He is ‘Reformed Palestinian Terrorist’, who is ‘a former commander of the Al-Aqsa Martyrs’ Brigades militant group and one of the symbols of the second intifada’. I do not rule out armed struggle. An armed struggle is legitimate as long as (…) We will not accept funding from any Israeli side. It’s final. I want to make it clear: I support one Palestinian state, from the sea to the [Jordan] river. If the Jews want to live among us, Ahalan wa Sahalan [Arabic for ‘go ahead’].”
3. Since APRIL 21, 2009: was suspicious of the recent quiet and warned of the outbreak of yet another round of violence in the West Bank.
The pressure has been mounting lately due to the recent boom in cultural endeavors in the area. In about six months a first cinema house is scheduled to open in Jenin, sponsored by the German government. (…) Despite both the extreme positions Half-Palestinian (Owner) took and the appointment of ‘Reformed Palestinian Terrorist’ as the NEW director, it is doubtful if either will help prevent the next attack. The institution will continue to be perceived as a foreign agent in the eyes of Hamas and Islamic Jihad supporters. IT has been running for almost four years.

Now, this is another story from the same happening. I just hope everybody NOT to misunderstand my real intention to post this.
1. MARCH 18, 2009: A statement to the press issued by ‘Barenboim’s Divan’s Music-Center’ defined the fire as a ‘crime against humanity and against the right’ of the Palestinian children and Palestinian society to culture and education. “Such acts will not deter us from continuing with our work, because music touches the soul and mind and helps them evolve, instead of materialism and walls.”
2. MAY 5, 2009: The Center’s Owner flew to New York to meet Barenboim or Someone-Above-Barenboim… Perhaps the widow of late Prof. Edward Said, who knew NOTHING about cultural and educational happenings in The Edward Said National Conservatory of Music after her husband’s death and whose sincere relationship with Zapatero’s Spanish government has contributed anything but five-year plan of her husband’s Music School, Palestinian National Organization. Let’s just hope that this Palestinian Professional Musician’s New York Trip during Barenboim’s Carnegie Life was just accidental but coincidental happening.


WNYC-The Leonard Lopate Show: Interview with Barenboim May 5, 2009 (Actually May 6 for my computer work)
Israel’s most celebrated musician, Daniel Barenboim argues that the power and eloquence of music can shed light on how we live and illuminate some of the world’s most intractable issues in his book Music Quickens Time. (Comments [8])
[WNYC-Host]: Two Palestinians, X and Y. Can you share those stories with us and how music played a role in shaping their political and cultural identities?
[Barenboim]: Well, I think it did lot more than that. It basically saved his life. His whole family lives in the refugee camp in Ramallah and when he was a youngster, he was very active against Israeli occupation, throwing stones at Israeli tanks and soldiers. He became very famous like that. In fact, I saw him this morning in New York… coincidental if you mention that… because we will talk about the whole subject and… then he met somebody from Jordan who brought him to music… he was already fourteen or fifteen I think. He said to me, “If I had not come to music, I would have probably ended up as a suicide bomber. So, I mean it’s really saved his life.
[WNYC-Host]: Now, what do you think it is about music that could take somebody who has such a limited focus and save his life?
[Barenboim]: I think music has the peculiarity that it forces itself and all our senses. Music is many things. For some, it is a mathematical exercise. For some, it is sensual experience. For some, it is a philosophical… When you realize that whatever we say about music, it’s not about music but about one’s reaction to it, and therefore, whatever you say about music, when you’re talking about music, you are saying at the very same time, both too much and not enough.

As I wrote in Barenboim in Al-Wafd Newspaper (MAY 6)… See, Barenboim is still trying to explain what exactly happened during the Wagner Scandal in Israel Festival. This is still NOT everything, though.

Netanyahu voids budget cuts against Holocaust survivors, elderly May 6, 2009

This is still NOT everything, though. Anyway… is there something wrong with Barenboim’s opinion about this Palestinian musician, who used to introduce himself as a Palestinian Professional Fiddler? Until this moment, I tried to avoid insulting this Palestinian pig and never wrote his name in an open place. While wishing Good Luck in his independent future in this open place, I kept sending my warning through the back door, and then he just ignored it. He even used a small boy to hook Barenboim’s attention. But… have you ever seen a suicide bomber, who reveals his secret until the last moment of his life? There is a major or common characteristic of being suicide bombers and this Palestinian is not the one. This is why suicide bomber’ family is left as a main victim after his patriotic death while Hamas’ VIP family enjoys all the benefits from the society… without killing any one in his TRIBE. (This is getting a serious problem in Israeli Arab society, by the way. Then, Palestinian Y in Barenboim’s interview is NOT Palestinian, but Israeli Arab. Though he used to change his nationality whenever he is in need in order to take care of his professional career more successfully outside Israel/Palestine, there is a HUGE difference between the TWO. When those international media/pigs will realize IT?)

This internationally top-rate maestro gave this below-Palestinian-standard fiddler everything he could offer. Then Arson-Scandal is what he received in return. But then, do you think this is the only thing Barenboim will experience in REAL Palestinian area? I promise. Concerning this Palestinian Big-Mouth and all his previous behaviors, everybody around this Anonymous-Arsonist knows Barenboim’s Face and Name, and Palestinian territory is where you can easily find guns in public streets. Now, not only Israel or Egypt, but also Palestine is where I have to worry over Barenboim’s safety and work for DEATH threat against this naïve maestro.

Still, this Palestinian professional fiddler’s future is none of my business. Not only he is too old to join Barenboim’s future Divan-project, but also he should prove his relationship with The Edward Said National Conservatory of Music first, instead of building his professional career surrounded by too many international supporters, from French Local Music School to British or Canadian or German or Italian or even New York Whatsoever.

If you follow this Cultural Scandal and Others, it is easy to figure out how aggressive Foreign invasion has been in recent years… in the name of CULTURE.

Islam Culture is unique. It’s different from the western thing. Do I know better than the Egyptian Readers in this place? I am too tired to search for all the articles during this Cultural Scandal, but as far as I remember, this is what they say. They saw those Palestinian Pigs and their International Supporters frequently appearing in the International Media.

Do I need to write more on this issue?

Culture, especially Music, can play the most effective role to heal the broken souls of mentally, emotionally and physically hurt children. And how many Palestinian kids are presently suffering from TRAUMA?

By the way, according to WordPress, fewer than 5-10 visits my blog whenever I post something new. Then, how come EVERYBODY from all over the world knows even my future writing? (Dear WordPress, please bring me back the normal editing tool. Please…) I don’t care who is reading this. I am writing to the Egyptian Readers and this is what I care.

Both Egyptians and I will be perceived foreigners and our work will be considered to be international intervention or cultural invasion in REAL Palestinian Territory as long as our only weapon is Classical Music from Western Countries. No matter what we do, no matter how much we express our willingness to help them, we have to be very careful, and the situation is already messed up.

But then, this is what’s been happening in the same Palestinian Territory. Why do you think I used to introduce Mrs. Tania Nasir, the wife of the former president of Birzeit University, to the Jewish Pigs and call her ‘PALESTINIAN MENTALITY’?

🙂 From Music in Palestine: Daniel Barenboim, Tania Nasir and The Edward Said National Conservatory of Music (also in Gaza…)
Spring of Culture 2009 in Bahrain March – April, 2009
BAHRAINI – Celebrating Jerusalem: A special performance for The Palestine Youth Orchestra
Commenting on the concert, Lina Saleh, the public relations manager of the Edward Said National Conservatory of Music, said that the two orchestras are composed of 80 artists. This concert comes after the great success of “Celebrating Jerusalem” concerts. The tour has visited Jerusalem, Ramalah, Jericho, Jordan and Syria in the summer of 2008.
“The tour was a great success and well accepted by the Palestinian and Arab audiences. However, the members of The Palestine Youth Orchestra were not able to rehearse before last summer due to the Israeli occupation. This is a dream that has been in our hearts for more than 5 years and it’s now a reality in Arab countries. This was well received by the Arab and Palestinian media, and they valued the high performance and the cooperation between German and Palestinian musicians toward the same goal which is Jerusalem.”
(…) In addition to the concert, Spring of Culture is organizing an educational gathering between the members of Palestine Youth Orchestra and children from Bahrain to let the children know more about the orchestra and its elements of players, musical instruments and their different roles. The Palestine Youth Orchestra was established in 2004 through the Edward Said National Conservatory of Music. This conservatory receives more than 600 new students each year. The conservatory wanted to establish the orchestra, which was a dream for all Palestinian musicians, using all the Palestinian musical capabilities in Palestine and abroad, so they can put Palestine on the world musical map.

(Updated on MAY 11, 2009)
Hamas tolls Gaza NGOs, radio stations May 11, 2009
The measures are seen by human rights activists in Gaza as an attempt to take control over the international organizations and maintain a tight grip over the local media. (…) Yusef al-Mansi, communications minister in the Hamas government, defended his ministry’s decision to collect the fees. He pointed out that most of the stations were established during the era of the Palestinian Authority, “when anarchy and lawlessness” prevailed in Gaza, and as such were not even operating in accordance with the law. The minister rejected the radio stations’ argument that they should not pay license fees and taxes “because we are part of the resistance against the Israeli occupation.” The new measures were needed to end the state of anarchy that had spread to the media and other fields in the Gaza Strip over the past 15 years, he said.

Thanks to this article, I had to search for more information about Palestinian Pigs around Barenboim in PA-controlled area. Well… International Pigs are what I found instead. I spent the entire day to follow FOREIGN NAMES but my research ended up with Information No.1. It was in fact one article in Music in Palestine: Daniel Barenboim, Tania Nasir and The Edward Said National Conservatory of Music (also in Gaza…)

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1. SEPTEMBER, 2004: (…) Palestine Youth Orchestra was launched and introduced to audiences outside of Palestine for the first time. The embryo of this orchestra has been in the making ever since 1999 composed of students of the Edward Said National Conservatory of Music affiliated with Birzeit University. However, due to the deteriorating situation in Palestine, the development of the Orchestra was hindered until August 2003, when Maestro Daniel Barenboim made a commitment to develop a youth orchestra in five years time through the generous help of the Barenboim Said Foundation. Unfortunately, the late Edward Said, the guiding spirit behind this project and a staunch supporter of the Conservatory and a strong believer in the vital role of music in education and in life in general, had already passed away at the launching of the Orchestra last May in Ramallah, under the magical baton of Daniel Barenboim. (…)

2. JANUARY 19, 2009: (…) Anyone who has followed the Palestine Youth Orchestra in recent years must surely be amazed by the pace of its progress. Now the orchestra is wholly self-reliant, no longer dependent on international support or guidance from abroad. It is composed of youngsters all under the age of 18, who represent the best of the conservatory’s 600 students at its Ramallah, Bethlehem and East Jerusalem branches. “They in any case have nothing else to do with their time. So they practice all day long.” (…) Fund-raising campaign was being conducted to rebuild the Gazan institution. (…) despite the fact that strict religious Islamic observance opposed musical education, Hamas authorities did not block the establishment of the school or interfere with its activities. (…) Khoury told the audience, “If every family of the students at the conservatory donates just 10 dollars, we will already have $6,000. And if you also add something, we will be able to reach $10,000.”

3. MARCH, 2009, according to the link of Bundesverband mittelständische Wirtschaft, but this Ramallah-Project started after My-Request-to-Barenboim: Das West Eastern Divan Orchestra wird seinen 10. Geburtstag mit internationalen Konzert-Tourneen im Januar und August 2009 begehen. Konzerte sind u.a. in Doha, Moskau, Wien, Mailand, Sevilla, Salzburg und London geplant. (…) Names of Palestinian Pigs appear in this document (…) Im Februar 2009 startet eine neue Konzertreihe in Ramallah, die Daniel Barenboim persönlich ins Leben rief. Den Auftakt macht ein Konzert mit the BPO’s Jewish Concertmaster und Elena Bashkivora am 12. Februar 2009. Den Abschluss bildet im Sommer 2009 das Opernprojekt.

4. With NO doubt, New Groups start appearing in FACEBOOK… with Palestinian/Foreign Names as Admistrators.
5. INBETWEEN and NOW: Cultural happenings in West Bank and then Gaza… all in favor of Hamas.

Now, I can understand why FOREIGN NAMES disappeared from the recent Ramallah concert by The Edward Said National Conservatory of Music. While Palestinian National Conservatory was working hard to stand ‘wholly self-reliant, no longer dependent on international support or guidance from abroad’, exactly how many Palestinian+Foreign Pigs gathered around in West Bank and have been sucking all Barenboim’s bloods and money? Why in the world Barenboim’s Non-Profit-Organization has become a SHELTER-for-LOSERS? WHY?

In sum, WEDO’s January tour after 2008-workshop was to ensure this trashy business. This is why they deleted my posting in Facebook group and even advertised Bashkirova’s Italian tour in Barenboim’s homepage and encouraged Facebook members to visit Barenboim’s website. They were sure that if I find out all the information, I will be left with no choice but to give up. And… I am still working… for Daniel Barenboim even in this situation.

According to their claim, Mustafa Barghouti’s Palestinian Medical Relief Society is also behind their WEDO project. If it is true, I promise that I will NEVER help this Palestinian politician behind the scene AGAIN. It was already one year ago that I officially asked them to break this B*tch’s NECK, if this Artistic Director of Jerusalem Festival ever dares to enter the Palestinian territory again.

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🙂 From JIWON: Dear Middle Eastern Music Society & Spanish Government Apr 3, 2008
I’m only begging… Dear Palestinians,
JIWON: Have you finished all my previous messages? This is in fact a tiny part of what I’ve been doing for more than ten years. Please… if Elena Bashkirova ever appears in Barenboim’s Ramallah again, break this b*tch’s neck, please…

Anyway, I can now understand all the incomprehensible behaviors of some Palestinians. IF… if I were American President Obama, I won’t join President Abbas’ lonely government. I will open the door to ALL SIDES and find the better one, who has a POWER to control sub-militant groups. To be honest, Hamas’ Mashaal seems to be in a better position because today’s Hamas is no different from yesterday’s Fatah. Of course, this scenario is possible only when international society is united to have a firm grip over MONEY flowing into both sides, Hamas and PA. Presently, President Abbas is hurrying to form a lonely government without establishing anything LEGAL. Therefore, financially supporting this, in the name of NO-Hamas, can result in more disaster.

It was what I reported through the back door hours ago, and now… after finding all those rotten information, I want to make it public. It’s already time to turn off the computer. BYE.

(Updated on MAY 12, 2009)
PA jails Hamas activist for coup plot May 11, 2009 / By Jerusalem Post
This was the first time that a PA court had sentenced a Hamas activist to prison for conspiring to overthrow the regime. (…) Hamas reacted with fury to the prison sentence, condemning it as a “ridiculous lie.” (…) Meanwhile, Abbas announced that Fatah would convene its sixth general conference in the West Bank in early July, to pave the way for the ruling faction’s first internal elections in 20 years. The announcement came in response to allegations (…) Abbas said that about 1,200 Fatah members would attend the conference, which last met in August 1989 in Tunis. He said the gathering would take place either in Jericho or in Bethlehem, but would be called off if Israel prevented Fatah officials from the Gaza Strip and the Arab world from entering the West Bank.

Suddenly, I can understand why Hezbollah is going to win this coming election no matter what. Hum…

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Ruth Gavison: I’m not in the radical right Jan 15, 2009 / By Haaretz
Prof. Ruth Gavison is convinced that if we don’t wake up Zionism from its coma, we could become the Crusaders of the modern age. (…)
Anti-Semitic element (…)
[Haaretz]- Are you disappointed with the Arab leadership?
[Prof. Gavison] – “I’m impressed with them. I’ve read the ‘vision’ papers and I’m thrilled by how much they’ve learned from us. They’ve learned the history of the Zionist enterprise a lot better than we have. They’ve seen which arguments worked for us and they’re repeating them. They’re enlisting the human rights discourse to their cause and doing impressive and clever work. I’m impressed by the leaders of Hamas and Hezbollah, and think they’re doing a very effective job on the operational level, on the PR level and on the level of determination. I think we have a lot to learn from them. Once upon a time, we were like that, too, but the stronger we became, the more we forgot and were weakened. But I also think that they are mistaken and misleading. They’re causing substantial damage to their people because they aren’t properly gauging the strength and determination and ability of Israeli society. They’re repeating the historic mistakes they made in the past.”

🙂 From Dear-Arab-Readers May 28 – Oct 7, 2008
JIWON: (…) Should I thank Ehud Barak for provoking my anger? Without his betrayal, I would have never dared to start this research. May I introduce myself again? Please check Hello, Is Dorit Beinisch talking about ME? Public Slander? (Regarding Ruth Gavison, From Jun 23 to Jul 21, 2008). No matter what, I couldn’t die without finishing this dirty business. If you check my Music-blog, the first message dated back to 2005 or 2006, up to the situation. By the time DORIT BEINISCH succeeded in torpedoing the appointment of Prof. NILI COHEN, YECHEZKEL BEINISCH also succeeded in having me give up my ten-year long computer work. By the time DORIT BEINISCH was able to beat Prof. RUTH GAVISON, I resumed this computer work. But it was to send my farewell message to my READERS. I couldn’t die without finishing this dirty business, but it was an impossible hope. So, I started writing the real names of all the characters in this dirty story and promised to meet them again in my next life. Or I could let my ghost chase them even after their death. You know the rest of this story. And this time, the subject is neither ME nor Barenboim’s Angels, but DORIT BEINISCH, the president of Supreme Court of Israel. I just can’t believe my eyes whenever I search for more information on Beinisch’s rivals. I hope both esteemed female jurists to take advantage of this writing and to win what they deserve. (…)

🙂 From Section: Cancer-Dorit-Beinisch or JIWON: In sum, I will travel ALL over the world and plead Palestinian Right to Targeted Killing of DORIT BEINISCH Oct 2 – Dec 19, 2008
JIWON: (…) By the way, did Aharon Barak oppose Prof. Ruth Gavison’s Supreme Court nomination? Where was Dorit Beinisch while her mentor was busy at his Gavison-job, especially after her betrayal of Barak in March 2003? Has she been in Australia to run Kangaroo court? For twelve years, I mean. Beinisch (b. 1942) is merely three years older than Gavison (b. 1942). How was Aharon Barak able to form his firm belief against Three-Years-Beinisch’s-Junior more and more as he got older and older? Just out of curiosity. Because… for a LEGAL novice like me, Human Rights in this area doesn’t differ from Human Rights in that area. Human Rights is nothing but Human Rights. Because… for a mere FEMALE like me, Ruth Gavison looks far superior to Dorit Beinisch, even at the first glance.
And then, whenever I think of Human Rights, I find Aharon Barak more from Gavison than from Beinsich. I feel that Aharon Barak’s genuine ideas will shine more if through Gavison’s ‘systematic agenda.’ Perhaps, it’s because I am a musician, who has a heart only and no brain:
(…) But then, it was Supreme Court, which violated its LAW.
(…) Now, everybody knows why I used to call IT a Bimbo-Battle. According to the rule of this bimbo-battle for the last ten years, Dorit Beinisch and her followers, including politicians, will trumpet more and more about Aharon Barak’s genuine ideas while ‘destroying’ EVERYBODY/EVERYTHING INSIDE/OUTSIDE their Secret Society (Dec 21, 2006). And then, I would have to appreciate NOTHING about this great Jewish Jurist and just stick to Analysis: The Anti-Beinisch club (Feb 6, 2007). Because… it will rather become a shortcut toward protecting Real Human Rights.
(…) On November 6, 2008, the COURT Released Federman and Clashes on Farm continue and will continue. So, is this how NOT ONE settlement outpost has been taken down since 2006? Meanwhile, ANOTHER INCIDENT happens… so… HOW MUCH MONEY the SETTLERs will lose UNTIL they are forcibly and finally evicted?
Cold winter is coming, and they have NOTHING to lose. Dear Guys… what kind of reaction do you expect from those poor folks?
FUNNY… it is none but DORIT BEINISCH, who echoes JM DANIEL FRIEDMANN that it is not a job of Supreme Court. The article says, “The court has made it clear that the dispute over ownership must be resolved in district court.” Then, how many YEARs the SETTLERs should be lost between District and High Court?
(…) FUNNY… after playing the greatest role to support Dorit Beinisch all behind the scenes and then even in public streets, Labor’s EHUD BARAK starts blaming WHOM?
(…) BUT THEN, what about all those poor PALESTINIANs? I believe that any Palestinian issue inside Israel should be handled case by case. My problem is HOW LONG and HOW MUCH those poor folks should waste until Supreme Court decides something for-or-against them.
Now that I begin to understand the simple fact; what a terrific job Beinisch’s Supreme Court has been doing… How long will it take for this Israeli Queen to drive her Jewish people into the SELF-DESTRUCTION… and how many collections will I have to make until this moment?

🙂 From Phoenix-Bibi > Section: Nationalist-Govn’t-Please
MARCH 15 – 20, 2009
JIWON: FAQ 1: Is he a corrupt-or-prosperous politician, who is threatened by Supreme Court?
(…) How many times should I write more… that I am not a part of rebel? I am perhaps the first advocate/devotee of GUILD SYSTEM, which usually dubbed ‘Secret Society’. This is the best way to preserve golden tradition in its purest form, if it sure exists. Thus I am also perhaps the best one to understand reason of furious reaction from the Jewish Branja, who wants to protect Legal Secret Society at any price… in their favorite way.
(…) Guess what? I fell in love with the Jewish State the moment when I found this word from Barenboim’s book, in which he boasted that ‘self criticism’ is the most characteristic of being the JEW. (It is among three things; SC, SWC, and Jewish Wit&Wisdom.) Now, I feel lost. Who among all those Jewish pigs around Daniel Barenboim boasts this very Jewish characteristic? Not surprisingly, I find that Dorit Beinisch violated this very rule… in a fundamental way. And then, this female jurist wants to go farther. Further and further…
What I feel funny is that it seems that EVERYBODY is encouraging my open insulting Dorit Beinsich while FOLKS are united to blame Prof. Friedmann for causing harm to public’s faith in Israel’s justice system. I know… that there is a difference between my computer work and Prof. Friedmann’s reform. It is NOT that I am NOT a legal expert.
I wrote and wrote… that Israeli justice system is none of my business. EVERYBODY has known that my only concern is the way how Beinisch’s Secret Society has treated my life for more than a decade and all my writings about Dorit Beinisch’s very-professional-LEGAL-life is purely based on this very fact. What fascinates me is that the more time I spend with this keyword, Google: Beinisch + XYZ, the more I realize that the BASIC problem in Israel’s justice system has been ill-qualification of Dorit Beinisch as a Supreme Court President.
THUS all these and those problems could have been solved in the most dramatic and effective way if Dorit Beinisch resigned from her position. Is Aharon Barak’s Israeli justice system, however, willing to allow this in its history? It will only disprove Aharon Barak’s Legacy. What about Dorit Beinisch herself? This aggressive female is very like Waltraud Meier in German Wagner Society. I promise that this Jew will never give up until or even after her female rivals die. She will prefer to work under male junior. If this is inferior, better. If this is from foreign lands, much better.
(…) Somehow, I can’t understand why I can’t hear any criticism from Aharon Barak whenever his boys and girls rebel against his life-long achievement. This is the guy, who always, openly criticizes Prof. Friedmann’s reform for damaging human rights.
(…) What’s the difference between my computer work and Prof. Friedmann’s Knesset work? Do FOLKS want me to play the devil’s advocate? Still no problem with me. Now that this bimbo-battle is only staring, it will NOT be fun if Dorit Beinisch gives up her precious title, Supreme Court President. She should live the longest life and watch how many (non) Jewish brains enjoy reading all the happenings in Banana-Republic, starting from Talkbacks: Beinisch, Friedmann, Sex-Scandal, Corruption (Kangaroo Court from Sep 12, 2003).
I know. Just like Waltraud Meier in German Wagner Society, this female Jew can’t live without enjoying public attention. I can help her more. Remember? I promised Italian prime minister to contact all his electorates and it will take years. Then, I won’t give up Jewish part until I contact the last Diaspora/Israeli Jew.
Just out of curiosity…
Why doesn’t Dorit Beinisch do her favorite, old trick any more… regarding media as a tool for manipulation?
This B*TCH used Barenboim as a human shield to protect her family from KACH members?
We’ll see. (…)

Now, I can understand the reason of Lebanese members of the WEDO, too. If I were a Hezbollah leader, I would encourage those Sh*ts more and more… JUST FUNNY.

Mubarak: Chatter about Shalit raises Hamas’ demands May 12, 2009 / By Haaretz
Sela head: Gaza evacuees could have been settled by now May 12, 2009 / By Jerusalem Post
Disengagement official: Gaza settler families cost NIS 4.9 million each May 12, 2009 / By Haaretz
Netanyahu caves in to Barak, won’t slash defense budget May 12, 2009 / By Haaretz
Netanyahu in Egypt: Talks with Palestinians will resume soon May 12, 2009 / By Haaretz
PMO: Gov’t policy on e. J’lem unchanged May 11, 2009 / By Jerusalem Post

Opposition Leader Phoenix-Bibi always talked too much. This Jew always talked and talking was the only thing he could do. PM Netanyahu is still talking too much. Talking is still his only weapon. However, the funniest story in this scene is that I’ve NEVER heard of a hint of complaint from National Union (Israel) or even Kahanists, which members are the only Teddy-Bears sleeping in My Lovely Opposition Bench, no matter how Phoenix-Bibi betrays PM Netanyahu. And PM Bibi is still talking. Perhaps… PM Netanyahu will start acting after…

New envoy to U.S.: Soon Jews won’t want to live in Israel May 12, 2009 / By Haaretz
Dr. Michael Oren, a historian from the Shalem Center whom PM Bibi has tapped for Israel’s top diplomatic post, described a country rotten to the core, riddled by everything from drug dealing to white slavery, from money laundering to illegal arms trading. He reported that not even the army has escaped the clutches of corruption, thus weakening Israelis’ will to fight for their country, or even to live in it. Moreover, Oren complained, Israel’s best and brightest are being persecuted around the world for what the country’s detractors term “war crimes.”
Upon reading this article (which was written before he was appointed to his ambassadorial post), American Jews will also learn that the Jewish people will soon lose Jerusalem as its eternal capital, as this city, too, is under existential threat: A majority of Jerusalem’s inhabitants (272,000 Arabs and 200,000 ultra-Orthodox, out of a total of 800,000 residents) are not Zionists; secular Jews are fleeing the city; and fully half of Israel’s youth have never even visited the holy city. According to Oren, “if this trend continues, [Israeli founding father David] Ben Gurion’s nightmare will materialize and Israel will be rendered soulless, a country in which a great many Jews may not want to live or for which they may not be willing to give their lives.” (…)

(Updated on MAY 13, 2009)
Israeli Theater .. in the PhD May 13, 2009 / By Alwafd, Anas Radwan (Google-Translation)
(…) Israel’s salvation in the theatre (…) letter discussed the employment of the idea of Zionism (…) political thought and religious in Israeli society (…) 1967 (…) Arab-Israeli conflict (…) Holocaust (…)
MI Chief: Gaza smuggling continues, despite Egypt’s efforts May 13, 2009 / By Haaretz

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🙂 From Welcome-to-Jerusalem > Section: After Gaza Truce
JANUARY 29, 2009
DEAR GUYS, (Israel, Palestine, EU, etc… & ARAB countries)

JIWON: As I wrote before, EVERYBODY will share the SAME information. (…) What will happen if Hamas violates cease fire truce again? How many Palestinian civilians will suffer again? After Gaza Truce happened on Jun 19, 2008. It will happen sometime soon. It will happen in West Bank too. (…) Do you have a better idea? I just hope…
NEW PART, Strategy & Tactics
Strategy: Nonviolent Palestinian demonstration as blackout hits Gaza (Nov 11, 2008) (JIWON: I prefer this title to Olmert: Israel won’t reconcile with Gaza rocket fire (Nov 14, 2008). Hamas will never give up and then it’s even threatened by young, more radical sub-groups.)
Tactics 1: UN’s Ban, EU call on Israel to open Gaza’s border crossings (Nov 15, 2008) (Notice: Daniel Barenboim is now 2008-1942 years old.)
Tactics 2: Ramon+Friedmann: Shell ‘launch pad’ Gaza villages (Nov 11, 2008).
(…) Tactics 5: BIBI’s Voodoo dolls for Palestinian kids (Timeless)
(…) Can’t-be-Tactics 1: Likud MK: Resume targeted assassinations of terror group heads (Nov 14, 2008) (Whenever I read Likud MK’s big-mouth, I just can’t help doubting their (collective) IQ. Sigh… especially when they resume this job after reading my report. See, one brilliant Talkbacker already answered WHY this can’t work.)

Hum… I hate being assassinated when I return to Kahanists’s sweet home. Actually, I have a better idea/tactics, but can’t give it to Phoenix-Bibi’s government. At least, I want to prove that my diplomatic skill is far superior to Foreign Minister Lieberman’s. ^.* At the same time, I now know what an important issue Lieberman’s big mouth, ‘Go-to-Hell!’, was. Now, I can understand why Egyptian President Mubarak’s predecessor was assassinated by his people and why Legendary Actor Omar Sharif mentioned Death Threat during Barenboim-Scandal.

Actor Omar Sharif: I brought Sadat and Begin together Apr 23, 2009 / By Haaretz
According to Sharif, he then called Begin who told him that Sadat would be greeted “like the Messiah.” The meeting was successful and led to the Camp David Accords in 1978 and later the Israel-Egypt peace treaty in 1979. It has not been confirmed if Sharif’s story is true, or if the legendary film star is writing his own script.
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1. True Or Not We All Love Omar Sharif… 01:14 / Yosemite 23/04/09

Please check for the rest of this message
🙂 Barenboim’s First Visit to Egypt: Part 3C (May 13-20, 2009)
🙂 Barenboim’s First Visit to Egypt: Part 3D (May 20 – Jun 3, 2009)
🙂 Barenboim’s First Visit to Egypt: Part 3E (Jun 3-8, 2009)
🙂 Barenboim’s First Visit to Egypt: Part 3F (TIMELESS)
🙂 Barenboim’s First Visit to Egypt: Part 3G (PS) (Jul 2-3, 2009)

🙂 Berlusconi’s Minor-Scandal, Barenboim’s Cairo-Scandal, and Salzburg Festival (Jun 13 – Jul 1, 2009)
🙂 El alma de Granada… recuperar al Barenboim pianista… (Jul 7-25, 2009)

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