February 18, 2013, - 7:12 pm

Israel’s Doing WHAT?! 2 Stark Suicidal Examples of How Israel is Israel’s Worst Enemy (Helping Turkey Destroy Israel?!)

By Debbie Schlussel

As I’ve always said, the worst enemies of the Jews are the Jews. Far-left Jews, liberal Jews, and any other Jews who have a desire to display self-loathing, self-hatred, and flat-out anti-Semitism. And, in that same vein, the worst enemy of Israel is usually . . . Israel. So it goes with Israel’s decision to do two absurd things: 1) give anti-Israel, pro-HAMAS Turkey the equipment to strengthen the abilities of Turkey’s AWACS planes, and 2) give Barack Obama some silly, completely false, and undeserved award. The latter, the award to Obama, is predictable, though, because it’s being given out by Israel’s biggest enemy from within: far-left, warmed over President Shimon Peres, the non-brains behind the Oslo Accords and other suicidal moves by Israel. As I’ve told you, time and again, the guy is a disaster and a perpetual schmuck to Israel.


Israel Aids HAMAS Ally’s AWACS Capabilities: HAMAS PM Khaled Meshaal w/ Turkish PM Recep Tayyip Erdogan


Shocker: Arafat-Lover Peres is Obama Lover

First, there’s the more harmful of the two moves by Israel–the AWACS enabling. Not sure why any nation on earth would deliver the equipment for its elimination to its enemy (but, hey, we do it in the U.S. all the time). This is the country, after all, that sponsored the HAMAS Gaza terrorist flotilla.

Israel . . . has finally agreed to send additional electronic systems to Turkey, which will integrate those systems into its Airborne Warning and Control System (AWACS) military aircraft purchased from the US. Israeli company IAI-Elta is manufacturing the electronic support system for the four aircraft, with the cost of the project amounting to $25 million.

Turkey bought four AWACS-compatible aircraft from the US in the early 2000s to beef up its intelligence capabilities. A contract to install the electronic equipment to integrate the warning system with military planes was won by Israel, which earlier delivered two of the planned systems. However, it announced in 2011, following tension that began with the passenger ship attack, that it would not be delivering the remaining two systems.

However, Tel Aviv has apparently changed its mind and has delivered the remaining parts to Ankara. The system is now at a Turkish Aerospace Industries (TAI) facility in Ankara. The integration of the additional parts into AWACS will be completed in weeks to come.

The system allows a military aircraft to protect itself from electronic attacks targeting its controls during a flight.

Good luck with that, when Turkey uses the AWACS planes to help Israel’s enemies, which will happen sooner rather than later. Israel needs to learn to utter two letters in the English alphabet to countries like Turkey: F and U.

The same goes for those letters and Israel when it comes to dealing with Barack Obama. Sadly, Israelis still won’t get rid of that old hag, Shimon Peres, architect of Israel’s destruction and close friend of Arafat and Abbas and anyone else who wants Jews (and Christians) dead. Peres announced today that he’ll bestow upon Obama one of Israel’s highest honors, the Presidential Medal of Distinction (when Obama stinks up Israel with his presence in March). He has a distinction. That’s for sure. He is distinctly Israel’s worst friend in the White House other than Jimmy Carter (Presidents Bush the father, Bush the son, and Clinton the lover of “that woman Ms. Lewinsky,” that woman Yasser, that man Madeleine, and many others, earn honorable mentions).

It’s absurd that Obama would get any kind of honor or award from Israel, but when Peres is concerned, any old kapo will do. If you are out to hurt Israel, he’ll love ya. If he was in Auschwitz in 1943, he’d be helping the Nazis shove the Jews into the ovens. That’s what he does. It’s who he is. This is the same guy who praised Palestinian Authority Prez, Holocaust Denier, and Munich Olympic Massacre Paymaster Mahmoud Abbas’ “courage” in declaring a Palestinian State.

As I said, the worst enemies of the Jews aren’t the Muslims or the anti-Semites from without. The Jews’ worst enemies are the Jews . . . the ones whom the Maccabees would have happily beheaded back in the day, and the ones who’d have gleefully remained in Egypt (as 80% of Jews did) when G-d set us free and had Moses lead us out of slavery.

And Shimon Peres and those working at that company helping Turkey’s AWACS would, right now, be headless if Judah and Matityahu the Maccabees were running the show. Just sayin’.

In any event, while Turkey’s Erdogan exists and functions with his lips firmly planted on HAMAS’ tuchus, Israel is slitting its own throat to help him.


Its Own Worst Enemies Are Within

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55 Responses

How dreadful.

DS_ROCKS! on February 18, 2013 at 7:24 pm

This is a major Shanda. I also heard that last Friday, the Israeli government destroyed several homes in the Shomron, displacing Jewish families, even while Arabs are allowed to build illegally all over Jerusalem. It is a death wish for sure and what Israel really needs is new leadership. People like Moshe Feiglin for example who I am sure would have no problem using those two letters in the alphabet that you mention!

Rebecca on February 18, 2013 at 7:31 pm

    Moshe Feiglin has proved over and over that he is no leader. Furthermore, we ELECT PARTIES, not individuals so if he’s determined to work within Likud, he’s doomed. Until Booboo is dead, there’s no hope for anyone else and probably even then if they’re not party stooges. Our best hope is for yet another election and Ben-Ari’s party to get more votes because people realize they made a huge mistake last month. But they won’t. However, this is not in the hands of men, Rebecca. It’s all prophetic and coming to a head very quickly. Daniel didn’t refer to a 7 “year” period as Christians believe but to 7 “times” which can be any significant time from years, seasons or even Feasts so, it could be years but if so, they started a while back and if not, we could see things move with startling speed towards Geula (Redemption).

    Italkit on February 19, 2013 at 2:20 am

      You could not be more wrong about Feiglin, Italkit. If you actually understood his intentions, you would know that he eschews sectoral politics, in which parties either whore themselves out to join the coalition, in the process giving up any principles they might have been elected to implement, or remain in the principled opposition, where they have no influence on the government’s decisions. Feiglin gets it. He knows that in order to lead Israel, the leading party must be dragged, kicking and screaming, to the right. He is doing it now, although this will be a long, difficult process, with Bibi throwing up many roadblocks along the way. Feiglin is not a micro-issue MK. He is strictly a big-picture MK. It’s chicken-and-egg. Bennet and Lapid can focus on this settlement or that draft law, but only a sea change in the nature of the government can address all of these issues in a faith-based manner. That is Feiglin’s goal: To have the Knesset and the P.M. lead from a Torah-informed basis. If the current Likud Knesset list tells us anything, it is that it is quite possible to bring the Likud further to the right. Once this is accomplished, Bibi will either submit, or leave. The longer he stays in Likud, the less likely it is that he will have many follow him out of it. It will be Kadima all over again when he does leave. At the very least, give Feiglin a chance. Bibi has been an insider for decades. Feiglin just got to the Knesset. It is way too early to pronounce him either a failure or a success as an MK.

      Phil on February 20, 2013 at 9:04 am

It kinda sounds like they have the same affliction of stupidity as the establishment New England Republicans do when it comes to their dealings with the snakes and alligators across the aisle.
You can’t blame the reptiles for biting off body parts if you insert said body parts into the pit that contains said reptiles.

Airmet Tango on February 18, 2013 at 7:39 pm

Maybe the Israelis found a way to “doctor” the systems in the future?!… I wouldn’t put it past them… Then, if and when the brown stuff hits the oscillating thingy, and when the Turks try to use the systems to Israel’s detriment, they go “boom” or something like that…

A much better solution then the Turks getting similar equipment somewhere else…

And, even that didn’t happen, the Israelis now know the weak spots in the Turkish systems… That’s almost as good…

Hans on February 18, 2013 at 7:42 pm

    I think you’re on to something, Hans.

    Italkit on February 19, 2013 at 2:22 am

Israelis only need to look at how Muslims treat each other in places like Syria if they have any crazy ideas that co-operating with countries like Turkey will win them any friends worth a damn.

Wonder if Peres will go down with the ship or take a quick skip and jump into exile? I have a feeling we’ll be seeing that stupid smile undiminished either way.
This is what happens when leftist clap trap about the inevitable course of human progress destroys your brain’s ability to recognize that the Arab spring has turned into a blazing inferno.

Frankz on February 18, 2013 at 8:03 pm

I’m bracing myself hoping to avoid dropping into a fetal position when the soon to begin bombardment of Obama– as friend of Israel– praise comes steaming forth out of the Jews without clues zombies who walk amongst us.

Pass the medication.

lee of the lower case "l" on February 18, 2013 at 9:00 pm

Debbie I don’t want to compromise my sources but it’s my understanding that those AWACS are bugged like a Chinese massage parlor. If they hit the on switch the Israelis will know. Also we shouldn’t be too harsh on Mr. Albright. She didn’t even find out she was Jewish until it wouldn’t harm her prospects at State.

A1 on February 18, 2013 at 9:09 pm

You haven’t heard the punchline. They’re giving an identical medal to the Ayatollah at that same ceremony.

Sta t us MoNkkeY on February 18, 2013 at 9:31 pm

Assume for a minute that the assertions by A1 and Hans are correct, and that Israel found some way to ‘doctor’ the items sold to Turkey. Even if this were so, it would not outweigh the miseducation about Turkey that would pervade Israel, the US, and the remaining NATO countries by Israel’s apparent warming towards Turkey.

Giving legitimacy to a country determined to destroy Israel and the Western way of life far outweighs any value that ‘doctoring’ the AWACS equipment would have. Especially when this country, as a member of NATO really needs to be de-legitimized, not legitimized.

But, sad to say, given Israel’s track record of appeasing Obama, I doubt that any ‘doctoring’ took place.

Little Al on February 18, 2013 at 10:27 pm

    I’m with you, Little Al.

    JeffE on February 18, 2013 at 11:05 pm

Peres is not a “Jew”; he is an Israeli. I mean, he’s SAID this. This is also true of nearly every political elite in Israel. The so-called religious parties may not be “Israeli,” but they certainly are not religious.

True, Peres is more of an egomaniac than an Israeli, I guess.

Oh well. The halachic Jews of Eretz Israel were commanded to build to build the Temple and slaughter the Amalekites (Muslims). They’ve done neither, though having the means.

skzion on February 18, 2013 at 10:43 pm

Well I’ll say one thing for Peres and company–they are helping to fulfill the prophecy in Isaiah 3:12.

JeffE on February 18, 2013 at 11:21 pm

    Of course they are, Jeff. Every one of these Rashas was put in place by Hashem to accomplish His purpose. It’s all happening in real time and in our lifetimes. Hold on, it’s going to be a rocky ride the next few years.

    Italkit on February 19, 2013 at 2:26 am

As Shy Guy would say, Stupid Jews!

Incidents like Monday’s remind me the old anti-Semtic saw that Jews are smart enough to run the world is greatly overrated.

Not when they can’t distinguish between foe and friend.

NormanF on February 18, 2013 at 11:54 pm

    Norman, the Peres’s do understand their chief foes: the Jews.

    Sensible people here continue not to understand that there is a mainly one-sided civil war in Israel being waged by the “Israelis” against the “Jews.” How else can one explain that the Temple Mount is used for Hamas soccer games?

    Sometimes it’s useful to think of states as unities in foreign affairs. In Israel it is mostly not useful.

    skzion on February 19, 2013 at 10:03 am

I too was shocked to learn of the military hardware being delivered to Turkey, but there’s a bit more to the story. Not that there isn’t still a certain fecklessness on Israel’s part.

The first issue is that this equipment is going in aircraft provided by Boeing, the prime contractor. Israel is a sub-contractor. The equipment for the first two aircraft were delivered and installed before the fallout from the Mavi Marmara blockade running affair. The equipment in question is slated for other aircraft already delivered, but sitting and waiting for the Israeli gear. That was making Boeing antsy, and they put pressure not only on Israel because they were “making Boeing look bad” as a supplier, but on the US to put yet more pressure on Israel. Israel already has extensive relations with Boeing. Not only have they provided Israel’s F-15s, but actively collaborate with Israel on both the Arrow and the David’s Sling anti-missile projects. (Iron Dome is an exclusively Israeli development.)

The US was happy to add yet more pressure on Israel, especially on behalf of Turkey and Obama’s BFF, Erdogan. Turkey is a key NATO member, though no one can explain why today it remains so.

In the end, Israel caved to the pressure, as it does too often. No quid pro quo from Turkey, no nothing. Turkey gets what it wants. The US and Boeing get what they want. And Israel shows it can be rolled.

As to the award from Peres, people of his kind are in the business of giving each other awards with some regularity. Obama gave one to Peres a few months ago. Peres is returning the favor. It’s a kind of mutual suck-up, burnishing each other’s standing with their respective locals. But yeah it’s embarrassing.

Raymond in DC on February 19, 2013 at 12:24 am

Makes sense to me that Turkey is in NATO — things aren’t the same as in 1949. Now we appease our enemies and try to include them in our alliances. Not strange at all, especially when virtually every NATO member has an anti-semitic government.

And of course commercial considerations trump national security. Don’t make Boeing look bad, even if it means our citizens get killed. After all, what’s more important? Look at Bill Clinton’s ole buddies at Loral who gave our secrets to China. Just like 65 years ago.

A competent press campaign could have easily handled Boeing.

Little Al on February 19, 2013 at 1:05 am

And the broader problem is that Israel, as shown through its actions doesn’t yet realize that the US is its enemy, just like so many other countries. Is Boeing the only entity putting pressure on Israel? A month before Obama’s visit? Come on now.

This reminds me a little of our alliance with Uncle Joe during the war. The Government of the US at the time, effectively was supporting the Commies, and catering to their every desire. We lost half the world after the United Nations (sic) was formed.

And now 65 years later, another alliance with those who want to destroy Western values. The Communists didn’t have a hard time prevailing against us — the inadequacies of their system brought them down with help with one of our few anti-Communist presidents. And now the Muslims have infiltrated our organizations just as the Commies did in the past.

And, uh, yeah, Israel shows it can be rolled.

Little Al on February 19, 2013 at 1:13 am

    Uh, yeaaa, Al, you’re right, unfortunately. Booboo was never to be trusted but in the past few months, his true evil has been revealed. Previously, he seemed merely flawed but now, I see him as a truly evil, demonically controlled tool. I won’t repeat myself, I’ve said it all above in other posts. We’re in for Hell.

    Italkit on February 19, 2013 at 2:29 am

Arming countries like Turkey & Egypt may have made a modicum of sense during the Cold War, when Turkey shared a border w/ the Soviets, and Egypt was threatened by the likes of Gadaffi’s Libya, armed to the teeth by the Soviets.

But today, who are their enemies? Nobody has territorial aspirations on either of these countries. But both are rapidly re-Islamizing, if they haven’t already, and are arming themselves to the teeth. They have only one current target – Israel. Yeah, they’re intervening in Syria, but they’re not in the process of supplying the FSA an air force. So this inane policy of arming these countries ought to have stopped in 1991.

In fact, even during the Cold War, while it was understandable that Israel reached out to anybody who offered a hand of friendship, I recall that some years back, Israel was busy paying premium prices for drinking water, of all things.

As for Peres, he can’t croak soon enough. Don’t they have term limits in Israel?

Infidel on February 19, 2013 at 1:15 am

I’d really like to know where you got your information from on the Hebrews who…”gleefully remained in Egypt (as 80% of Jews did) when G-d set us free”

As far as I know the “Old Testament” doesn’t mention it.

ebayer on February 19, 2013 at 1:33 am

    ebayer. that’s from the Talmud.

    Italkit on February 19, 2013 at 2:33 am

I’m not really sure that sending parts to Turkey is the more dangerous mistake. We can deal with hardware. We still have the tactical advantage. It’s the perception we are creating with the PMD and calling Obamination’s visit “Unbreakable Alliance” or something like that, that is troubling. It’s much harder to deprogram people’s perceptions as we should have found out in our mishandling of the whole Pali debacle.

As I said on my FB page, “OH HELL, NO!!!!!!!!” but it’s interesting, BooBoo has been unable to form a government and even he is saying he may have to throw in the towel and call new elections so we really don’t have a government right now and there may not be a legitimate PM to meet the Obamination of Desolation next month. It’s also interesting that POTUS is supposed to arrive a few days before Passover.

Italkit on February 19, 2013 at 2:14 am

Turkey has supported Iran for years. Syria’s closest ally is Iran. Turky now wants protection from Iran’s ally. Israel should tell Turkey that it has cooked up its own mess, and it is now time to consume it.

Worry01 on February 19, 2013 at 2:31 am

Worry, we do a huge business with Turkey in all areas. We even get kitty litter made there, as well as many other consumer goods. As long as their government remains “secular” and there’s a Jewish community there, nothing is going to change.

Italkit on February 19, 2013 at 2:38 am

Italkit, their government has changed, and it’s already open season on their non-Muslims. Yeah, you even buy drinking water from them, which is even more inane. But the Turkey of Kemal is long dead.

Yeah, Turkey is friends w/ Iran, but the Syrian Civil War has given them the opening to overtake Iran in the leadership race of the Muslim world, since the overwhelming majority of the world’s Muslims are Sunni, and Iran ain’t. So by allying w/ Saudi Arabia & Qatar in trying to overthrow the Alawite regime, Turkey is very much throwing in its lot w/ the Sunni side in this Jihad. This Syrian civil war is good news for one more reason – it makes it even more difficult for Iran to claim leadership of the Muslim world, when Islamic parties like the Muslim Brotherhood and Hamas are actively distancing themselves from Iran due to their desire to cash in on Syrian Sunni support – and Sunni support worldwide. Even Ahmadinejad’s visit some weeks ago to Cairo was not w/o its problems, as both he & his hosts kept bringing up the Shia-Sunni divide.

As for Turkey, this goose has been cooked by Europe. The EU has always assumed that Turks are Europeans, despite there being no evidence to support that. As a result, they kept demanding that the military – the one thing that kept Turkey as a Kemalite quasi-secular country – loosen its grip on power if they wanted Turkey to be granted entry into the EU. Really inane – if the EU wanted Turkey to be a member, the right time to have done that would have been during the Kemalite regime, where they could also have encouraged Turkey to secularize its population, and make it as Atheist as most Europeans today are. Instead, however, they kept isolating Turkey, so that the moment the military loosened its grip, as demanded, the Islamic parties got voted in, and started a re-Islamization process. Now, the Turks, as a people, are less interested in being a part of Europe, which never acknowledged them, and are now interested in being re-integrated w/ the Mid East, where they genuinely belong. And hence, their teaming up w/ Saudi Arabia, Qatar and other such countries.

Which brings me to one more thing. Why is Turkey still a part of NATO? It made sense during the Cold War, when they preferred the US to the Soviets (different Muslim countries made different calls on this one – Turkey, Saudi Arabia, Pakistan picking the US side, and Iraq, Syria, Libya picking the Soviets.) But as the Iraq war demonstrated, when Turkey refused to let its airspace be used to support Kurdistan, this relationship no longer exists. Today, there is a de-facto war b/w Islam and the Rest, and does anybody seriously believe that Turkey is not on the side of Islam? Indeed, it’s time for NATO to be disbanded, and all the countries that are opposed by Muslims (the likes of Israel, Serbia, Greece, India, Thailand, Ethiopia, S Sudan, et al) to come together into an alliance, and expand that as more countries discover problems w/ Muslims.

Hopefully, everybody will rapidly come to the same conclusions that people here already know.

Infidel on February 19, 2013 at 3:15 am

    Yaa, we buy drinking water from them and we sell our own to the Palis. How stupid is that? But the drought is officially over with the enormous blessing of rain and snow we got last months so maybe we can stop getting theirs. The government is de facto muslim but until it becomes officially muslim, everyone is playing the game. It’s a really incredible dynamic between the two countries but remember it was the Turks who saved the Sephardic Jews when we were expelled from Spain in 1492 so it’s not an easy history.

    Italkit on February 19, 2013 at 1:01 pm

There has been an Islamist movement in Turkey continuously. It was laying low during part of the 20th century, just waiting for an opportunity to resurface. I don’t buy that all of this is just because the evil Europeans wouldn’t let them into the EU. The Islamist movement has its own, independent dynamic.

Remember, the process for entering the EU typically takes many years, and Turkey was basically on the same track as a number of other countries — but they didn’t turn around and decide to become primitive fundamentalists.

Little Al on February 19, 2013 at 3:43 am

And sometimes countries are better without functioning governments. In some cases, at least, less damage is done.

Little Al on February 19, 2013 at 3:44 am

I agree w/ Al – Islam was never successfully stamped out of Turkey. The juntas may have wanted to do it, but the fear of isolation from the EU held them back. End result was that when they gave the EU what they wanted, Islam won.

But one thing about the EU – yeah, the process takes time, but throughout the process, the EU made it explicitly clear to Turkey that they couldn’t expect to join the EU if they don’t become fully democratic i.e. the military doesn’t relinquish power. Unfortunately, while the military did enforce the cult of Ataturk hoping to replace the cult of Mohammed, that never worked, since the regimes never managed to inculcate the same qualities of the West into the average Turks – things like retrospection, self criticism and so on. Everything was built around Turkish nationalism, in turn built around Kemal, and that alone wasn’t gonna last. Remember, it was as Muslims that the Turks appeared in the world map – before that, Turks, as an ethnic group, populated Central Asia and were part of the Persian and Chinese empires, and it was only after the Arab conquests and their Islamization that they became a distinct population. So Turkish nationalism, like Arab, was always gonna return to Islam.

Since they were under a military regime, it could have completely de-Islamized them if it wanted, but for that, they’d have had to embrace something like Buddhism, Christianity or something else that would retain their ethnic origins. In the Central Asian former Soviet countries – also Turkic countries like Turkey, Islam is making a comeback at various speeds. So it’s arguable whether Islam could have been wiped out or not, since even the Soviets supposedly tried it. Or maybe they were a lot more lenient towards Muslims than towards Russian Orthodox Christians or Jews.

Infidel on February 19, 2013 at 6:37 am

    Yes, you’re right. I didn’t read your comments carefully enough.

    Little Al on February 19, 2013 at 9:45 am

Sta t us MoNkkeY, pray tell us please where you got the idea that Judaism prescribes the slaughtering Muslims…

AFAIK there is no such a commandment in the Jewish religion… In fact, considering that Islam only came along in the 7th century it would be quite surprising if there were such an injunction in Judaism (which was well established centuries before Islam came along)…

Unless you provide your source we’ll just have to assume that you’re making things up as you go…

Hans on February 19, 2013 at 7:52 am

    Hans, we have a number of trolls here.

    When Jews returned in force to Eretz Israel in the late 19th and 20th centuries, they found Muslims squatting there. When Israel was formed and immediately was attacked, it was attacked by Muslims who had already allied with Hitler. Even the timid rabbis of the time had known the Third Reich as a movement of Amalek. The Muslims of the time were therefore also Amalekites.

    Me, I think Muslims are Amalekites by their nature. In truth, though, this is simply my opinion.

    Regardless, Jews WERE to deal with the Amalekites of the new state of Israel, AND THEY DID NOT DO SO. Indeed, given that Jews were attacked by Muslims in Eretz Israel, a situation of defensive holy war existed (milchemet mitzva) that required removal of the Muslims by force. That included slaughter.

    Because Jews are so defective, capital punishment was effectively abolished long ago. If it had not been, too many Jews would have been executed.

    But certain requirements have NOT been weakened. Capital punishment was ended because of the value of Jewish life; that same value requires treating Muslims justly.

    skzion on February 19, 2013 at 12:09 pm

    Hans, what skzion said below. Some sources claim that Muslims are the descendants of the Amalekites and to decimate them IS in the Torah. Whether they are and whether or not they are to be destroyed now, is up for debate. There are others who say they were wiped out eventually and no longer exist.

    Italkit on February 19, 2013 at 1:06 pm

Sometimes, I get the feeling that Israel suffers from “battered wife syndrome”.

The relation with Turkey is complex. The exact nature of the sale and change of policy is not fully explained. The Turks may be Muslims, but they’re still Turks and they don’t like their neighbors treading on them. The spillover from Syria may have caused the Turks to re-think some of their past actions. Just speculating.

Memories are short. As soon as Islamists oust Assad, this sale of weaponry could turn out as counter-productive as stated. If the Syrian civil war protracts for several years, this sale may be of little consequence and merely provide a maintenance patch on an old system.

This might not be as bad as it seems on the surface. However, looking at the forest instead of the trees, it sure seems like Israel suffers from “Battered Wife Syndrome” at times. That’s for darn sure!

There is NO Santa Claus on February 19, 2013 at 8:14 am

Oh well. At least its a NATO member.

Wake me when Israel sold this to China or Russia. Or did they already?

You know what they say about Jews and money

steveba on February 19, 2013 at 9:54 am

Sweet Babbling Buddha

Jack on February 19, 2013 at 10:01 am

Actually Debbie I like giving Obama a dumb insignificant award. Let’s stroke his inflated ego and maybe he’ll wait a few months longer before coming down on us for zoning issues. We have to ride out his presidency afterall. I say we give him an award every single day. As for helping Turkey, you are right on how stupid some people in Israel are but if there is any consolation what goes around comes around and those responsible for this future fiasco will be crusified. Unfortunately, brainless people are letting it happen for a few bucks. Not all us Israelis go along and support such boneheaded moves but like who are we going to vote for that has any integrity? Maybe Bennett? Who knows?

Fred on February 19, 2013 at 10:51 am

apparently boeing pressured israel into this action shimon perez i think wants to be a pali

martin on February 19, 2013 at 10:51 am

Why would Boeing pressure Israel unless the deal was sweet from either the Turkish side or the Obama side? Boeing has had a big interest in military government contracts in the past although it lost out to Lockhead Martin I think.

Frankz on February 19, 2013 at 12:23 pm

I’d like to think that the Israelis are sharp enough to install a back door to this AWACS upgrade, so they can jam it or turn it off when they need to.

On another note, I didn’t know that 80% of Jews remained in Egypt! How did I miss that?

Sean M. on February 19, 2013 at 1:55 pm

There’s a pretty interesting article on the significance of the exodus by Rabbi Irving (Yitz) Greenberg here…


Here he explains that “In a way, humane socialism is a secularized version of the Exodus’ final triumph”.

Well that’s hardly how it generally works in practice but I get the feeling he’s quite enthusiastic about it.

What’s interesting is to me is the line “The Exodus not only formed the people of Israel into a nation, it also shaped the Jewish people’s image of God as the God of History.”

F: Rabbi Greenberg is a bigtime liberal. His wife is also a bigtime feminist. DS
I’ve never thought about it in quite that way but it explains the power of Marxism as a form of historical revelation.

Frankz on February 19, 2013 at 3:22 pm

If anybody is interested, here here Rabbi Greenberg
also states…
“The lesson is that a slave needs help to get started on liberation”

Isn’t the lesson supposed to be that the slave needs God’s help?
Who knew?

Frankz on February 19, 2013 at 3:33 pm

The smart thing to do would be for Israel to do it’s Iranian bombing run while Obama is in Israel and at his awards ceremony.

luagha on February 19, 2013 at 4:29 pm

IAI-Elta is not a two bit company. They are a very sophisticated multi-billion dollar company. I am very certain that the components in questions would have electronic trap doors that only Israel would know and able to monitor. I am also fairly certain Elta must have built higly classified and non-detectable kill switches embedded in the components shipped to Turkey.

As for the award for Obama, I wont be surprised if it is a form of Taqiyah being done by Israel to keep Obama in good humor.

Rex on February 19, 2013 at 7:14 pm

Whenever you see a picture of a Jew shaking hands with a Muslim, it is blasphemy. Not according to the Muslims, but according to the Jews. If they ever attend a synagogue, they can read the Siddur, which say “You will love your fellow man, as though you will love yourself.” They will fire back, your fellow man means your fellow Jews. I say the word “Jew” is never mentioned in that verse.

Tim Upham on February 20, 2013 at 1:04 am

    Timmy, thanks for your opinion.

    skzion on February 20, 2013 at 8:36 am

Italkit, the story of the Ottoman Turks saving Sephardic Jews is another long term myth. Most of the Jews who did move to Morocco moved back to Europe, and the bulk of them moved to Holland. Ottoman Turkey’s tolerance was way overrated

Besides, the relationship Israel had was w/ Kemalesque Turkey. Ottoman Turkey was the empire whose head was the Caliph of Islam, and they’d never stand for something like Jews owning Jewish holy places that islam claimed as its own

Infidel on February 20, 2013 at 4:24 am

And, Debbie, let’s not forget Perez’s motivation for all this: The Perez Peace Center is an investment conduit that provides business funding and loans for Israel’s great friends, the Palestinian Arabs in the disputed territories. In other words, Perez has gotten rich by funding “economic development” in Judea, Samaria and Gaza. And remember, money is fungible, so the money the Arabs get from the Perez Peace Center frees up other money for the ongoing war (political and military) being fought against Israel. A kapo, indeed!

Phil on February 20, 2013 at 8:54 am

Thanks Debbie, why should liberation theologists have all the fun?

Frankz on February 20, 2013 at 4:59 pm

in the picture along with the Turkish PM Recep Tayyip Erdogan is Ismail Hanyyah …not Khalid Mishaal !!!!!!
Israel’s Doing WHAT?! 2 Stark Suicidal Examples of How Israel is Israel’s Worst Enemy (Helping Turkey Destroy Israel?!)

Hashim on June 23, 2013 at 4:46 am

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