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|With Netanyahu indictment cast, what happens now? Not much (pending a hearing)
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Due to lengthy pre-trial hearing process, the attorney general is not expected to finalize his decision on whether to press charges against the prime minister before early 2020
After two years of investigations, police recommendations, legal deliberations and ad hominem accusations against various senior law enforcement officials, the indictment of Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is signed. Getting it sealed and delivered could take years.
Attorney General Avichai Mandelblit’s announcement Thursday afternoon that he intends to press charges against Netanyahu in three separate cases — three times for fraud and breach of trust, and once for bribery — is only the beginning of what promises to be a drawn out process that is likely to dominate the headlines for years.
Vowing not to step down or plead out, Netanyahu is widely expected to try to drag the legal process out for as long as possible.
Other senior politicians in similar situations have quit. Former prime minister Ehud Olmert, for example, stepped down in 2008 even before the attorney general announced his intention to indict him. Netanyahu, on the other hand, has vowed to stay on, though with elections on the horizon, his political future may be up in the air.
Theoretically, Netanyahu could immediately suspend himself, saying he is taking time off to clear his name and to let the Israeli people go to the polls on April 9 without having to ponder whether they want to re-elect someone who may be go to trial over criminal charges. That’s indeed what virtually all opposition parties demanded on Thursday, (though his right-wing partners backed him entirely).
“Imagine a situation where the prime minister spends most of his time dealing with his legal troubles. Israel deserves better,” Blue and White party leader Benny Gantz said, for instance.
But Netanyahu made clear in a televised speech on Thursday evening that he would not step down.
“I am telling you, citizens of Israel, this entire house of cards will collapse,” he said of the various allegations against him. “I am absolutely certain of it. I am 4,000 percent sure. I intend to serve you and the country for many years to come.”
And until he’s actually convicted, he can seemingly continue to serve as prime minister, provided that his ruling Likud party wins the upcoming Knesset elections and stays in power.
A Times of Israel poll published earlier Thursday showed how much of an effect the indictment announcement could have on the election, with Likud sinking and Blue and White ascendant. Cognizant of the damage it could cause, Netanyahu and his party fought tooth and nail until literally the very last moment to keep Mandelblit’s decision sealed until after April 9.
On Thursday, Likud filed for an 11th-hour injunction to keep Mandelblit from publishing his findings, but was rejected by the High Court.
The prime minister and his allies have argued Mandelblit’s decision would sway the vote and undermine the democratic process. They say he has rushed the process, under pressure from the media and left.
On the other side, many said — and Mandelblit apparently agreed — that the electorate should not be kept in the dark about one of the leading prime ministerial candidates being accused of corruption.
So what’s this hearing we’ve been hearing about?
With court petitions to gag Mandelblit exhausted and the decision to indict announced, along with 57 pages of case materials including damning allegations against Netanyahu published Thursday, the next major stage will be the pre-trial hearing, which will only happen after Israeli voters have their say on April 9, and likely much after that.
Legal officials have taken pains to point out that the hearing is not a simple technical matter but could have significant bearing on the case. Only after a hearing can formal charges be filed.
The right to a hearing is anchored in Israel’s Criminal Procedure Law, which states that “the suspect will be entitled to apply in writing to the prosecution authority… and to make a reasoned petition to abstain from the filing of an indictment.”
Under the law, this request can be made within 30 days of the suspect’s notification of the intention to indict him.
In a 1991 directive, the attorney general’s office explained that the hearing is meant to grant the suspect “a fair opportunity to present his position.”
“The purpose of the hearing is to enable the suspect to present his arguments and to convince that, in his view, the evidence, or the public interest, do not justify an indictment against him,” the directive reads. “In the framework of this process, the suspect has the opportunity to point out to the prosecution its mistakes, be they legal or factual.”
While most suspects fail to convince the prosecution to drop the charges entirely, some use the hearing process to negotiate a plea bargain. That happened, for instance, in the rape case against former president Moshe Katsav, though during the trial he reneged on the deal, and was eventually found guilty.
Netanyahu’s lawyers on Thursday evening ruled out a plea deal, fully convinced that the three cases will be closed after the hearing.
Netanyahu and his legal team indeed believe that the attorney general’s decision will “be reversed by 180 degrees as a result of the hearing, which will only take place after the election,” as the Likud party’s petition to the High Court of Justice on Thursday claimed.
Some criminal suspects have successfully used hearings to argue their way out of an indictment. In 2012, Avigdor Liberman managed to avoid obstruction of justice and money laundering charges, after a hearing process that lasted over a year.
Looking to 2020
Analysts don’t expect Netanyahu’s hearing process to be any faster than Liberman’s was.
Mandelblit, in his written statement Thursday, vowed to examine the defense team’s arguments “willingly and with an open heart.” But his final decision on whether to indict Netanyahu is estimated to be made only in early 2020.
The reasons for the delay are manifold. For one, the attorney general has decided not to release all case files until after the Knesset election, lest they be used for political purposes and campaign propaganda.
In practice, that means that Netanyahu’s lawyers will only be able to view all the charges against their client after April 9. They need to be given enough time to review the entire material and properly prepare their counterarguments. Given the complicated nature of Cases 1000, 2000 and 4000, it appears reasonable to grant them several months to do that.
In addition, lawyers and prosecutors are entitled to take time off during Passover, Independence Day and also for end-of-summer vacations. Therefore, it seems unlikely that the hearing could take place before the fall of 2019 — possibly only after the High Holidays season, which ends on October 22.
The 1991 directive, which was last revised in 2008, does not specify a timeframe for the hearing, merely saying it should focus on the main points the prosecution raised in its draft of the indictment and be “relatively short [generally one meeting].”
“The time frame for holding the hearing will be determined as soon as possible in coordination with Mr. Netanyahu’s lawyers,” Mandelblit wrote in his statement Thursday. “Only after the completion of the hearing process and the weighing of the arguments raised in its framework will the final decision be made regarding the various cases.”
After the hearing, which will take place in Mandelblit’s office at the Justice Ministry in Jerusalem’s Salah a-Din Street, the attorney general and his team will have to ponder the defense team’s arguments. A final decision on whether to indict Netanyahu is thus expected only after the calendar turns to 2020.
If Mandelblit is unimpressed by what was presented to him during the hearing, the Netanyahu cases will move to the court room — where, with the slow grinding of the wheels of justice, they could linger for years to come.
|Apartheid South Africa versus Apartheid Israel (2018 report)
South Africa to cut diplomatic ties with Israel
The year 2018, the 14th Israeli Apartheid Week will be commemorated in over 200 cities around the world.
Commonly referred to as IAW, as a South African I do not think that a more apt name could have been
chosen to highlight the atrocities carried out by the Zionist regime on a daily basis.
Whenever the plight of the Palestinian people is compared with Apartheid, there are more than a few
strong objections from the pro-Israel community. The very idea that such a comparison can be made
repulses those who support the oppressive system run by the Israeli government, and passionate
statements against such remarks are sure to be vented. However, if we analyse the situation
from a historic and non-biased view, the similarities between Apartheid South Africa and the
situation in Israel are startling and simply cannot be ignored.
The restrictive policies applied in the old South Africa are comparable to those presently carried out
in occupied Palestine. We know that the government implemented the Group Areas Act here in South Africa,
and non-white people were forced to live in specific areas while families were torn apart; all movements
were restricted through the use of pass books. A similar policy is seen in Israel, where Jewish settlements
are established within and between Palestinian cities and then encircled by concrete walls and barbed wire,
completely cutting off Palestinians from other family members and even basic necessities such as access
If they need to reach any destination outside of their “homeland”, their papers must be approved
by Israeli soldiers, a process which often takes hours, and approval isn’t always given. Countless horror
stories have been reported where Palestinians, often children and the elderly, have suffered great deterioration
to their health or even death due to these “security” checks.
We can also evaluate the specific repressive policies employed by both governments. The Apartheid government
worked in a very orderly and structured way. The arrest and detention of political and community leaders was
the order of the day and suitable steps were always taken in order to justify the government’s actions.
This is precisely how the Israeli government works. It announces that it will “terminate” Hamas leaders
or young Palestinians resisting occupation, and truth be told we are then sure to hear of the killing
of a leader or ordinary person soon afterwards. Teenagers who are suspected of “terrorist” activities
are dragged savagely from their homes in the middle of the night, and must usually endure torture and
interrogation without due procedure.
South Africa tells UN: Israel is only apartheid state in the world today
The most notable and current example of this is 17-year-old Ahed Tamimi, who is spending her third month
in an Israeli prison for resisting the unjustified storming of her home by Israeli forces.
If these young Palestinians are lucky, they will be released — months or even years later —
without being charged and tried, but definitely changed for the rest of their lives.
South Africa’s National Party government oversaw a rapid militarisation of society and the army was sent
into the non-white townships regularly. Having had the privilege of visiting Palestine myself recently,
I can testify to the fact that the entire Israeli society is based around the military. Israeli
forces patrol everywhere and, under the illusion of ensuring security, soldiers keep a close
and suppressive eye on the Palestinians, monitoring their every move. PW Botha’s government
also became famous for its violent suppression of protest marches, and when I witnessed powerful
Israeli tanks encroaching on a group of adolescent Palestinians trying to repel them with stones,
it is as if I was witnessing history repeat itself.
I believe that the similarities are so undeniable, that it seems as if the Israeli government has used
the Apartheid laws as the basis for its oppressive rule over the Palestinians living under occupation.
It is correct to say that the occupation of Palestine by the nascent state of Israel in 1948 was indeed
a Nakba, a Catastrophe.
Through the implementation of the Apartheid-like laws we see imposed against the Palestinians today
and the countless massacres of innocent civilians that took place in order to establish Israel, it
is safe to assume that the state was not “created” by the UN. Instead, it was and remains built upon
the terrorism of the Zionist militias and, later, the Israel Defence Forces. It is time for the world
to recognise the need to reject Israel as a legitimate member of the supposed “free-world” and support
the rights of all Palestinians, including their right to return to the land taken so ruthlessly
from them, as well as their basic human rights.
The first Prime Minister of Israel, David Ben Gurion, said in 1948: “We must do everything to ensure
that they [the Palestinians] never return.” Assuring his fellow Zionists that Palestinians will never
come back to their homes, he claimed that, “The old will die and the young will forget.”
I wish Ben Gurion was still around, if only to see that, in 2018, young Palestinians have not forgotten,
as he’d hoped, and nor have justice-loving people around the world forgotten the catastrophe imposed upon
the Palestinians. It is for this reason that Israeli Apartheid Week will continue to be commemorated
until truth, justice and human rights are achieved for everyone in occupied Palestine.
FULL ARTICLE HERE
The clandestine alliance between Israel and the South African apartheid regime, cemented with the ultimate gift of friendship - A-bomb technology
(Yet for years the bulk of South Africa's Jews not only failed to challenge the apartheid system but benefited and thrived under its protection)
|Jewish terrorism in Israel (VIDEO)
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VIDEO of hundreds protested outside Jerusalem's Beit Aghion, the House of the Prime Minister,
Saturday, over the arrest of minors as part of an investigation into Jewish terrorism.
Shin Bet questions dozens of minors in Jewish terrorism case
Educational institution attended by three terror suspects reportedly raided numerous times, with suspects' lawyers accusing police and the Shin Bet of persecution and harassment of innocent people.
The Shin Bet domestic security service and the Israel Police have questioned over 30 Jewish minors and conducted numerous raids at a yeshiva (Jewish seminary) in the West Bank. The institution was attended by three suspects arrested earlier this week as part of a far-reaching investigation into Jewish terrorism in Israel.
"They told me I had ticks; they yelled at me; they made fun of me and told me we'd undergo a hard interrogation," recounted one of the teenagers who had been questioned.
Jewish Home MK Bezalel Smotrich, who was approached for help by the pedagogical staff at the yeshiva, sent a letter of complaint to Attorney General Avichai Mandelblit.
"In recent weeks, I've received multiple complaints from parents, students and staff at the institution about persecution that has reached the point of unlawful and unreasonable harassment by the Shin Bet and Israel Police," Smotrich wrote to the attorney general.
"This persecution includes threats, mass summons of students at the educational institution for intimidating talks, testimonies and questionings, as well as threats and intimidation of various people with ties to the institution, in an attempt to undermine it, its good name and any cooperation with it. This is most likely a form of 'fishing,' the loss of all common sense, firing in all directions without any concrete and specific suspicions," he said.
Smotrich conceded that suspicions of Jewish terrorism should be investigated, "but they must do it in a way that is common and acceptable in a democratic and law-abiding country. There must not be collective punishment and manipulation of the yeshiva students and employees based on a general assumption some of the students are involved (in the case)."
Attorney Adi Kedar of the Honenu NGO, who represents suspects in the case, said he had complained to the police about the matter in early November 2018. "The Shin Bet marked them as targets, and as a result the rights of innocent people are being violated; the daily lives of teens and families are being adversely impacted," he said. "This is a wrong and dangerous practice that should be denounced. We've already seen how such practices can lead to false charges."
Attorney Itamar Ben-Gvir, who also represents suspects in the case, added: "Coming to an educational institution and harassing the students there is the lowest thing that can be done. If this were a school in (the East Jerusalem Arab neighborhood of) Silwan or the Bedouin community, the National Council for the Child and all of the other human rights organizations would've protested. But when it's an institution attended by settlers, suddenly children have no rights. It's very serious."
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|Police accuse Netanyahu relative and confidants of bribery
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Israeli police have accused members of Benjamin Netanyahu’s inner circle, including a relative and a former head of staff, of bribery and money laundering in relation to a controversial $2bn deal to buy German submarines and naval patrol boats.
The announcement will put added pressure on the country’s second-longest serving prime minister who has been named in three other corruption investigations, in two of which police have recommended he be indicted.
Police said on Thursday they had found sufficient evidence to charge David Shimron, Netanyahu’s personal lawyer and relative, over his role in pushing the government to buy nuclear-capable submarines.
Shimron was suspected of promoting the sale from the ThyssenKrupp corporation “while using his status and closeness to the prime minister and public officials”, police said. The lawyer had received suspicions payments amounting to 270,000 shekels (£56,000) which were defined as a “reward for success” and for “opening the doors”, police said.
The lawyer received the money from an Israeli businessman, Michael Ganor, police said, who has since turned state witness in a deal that will see him serve 12 months in prison.
Netanyahu has not been accused of any wrongdoing in the investigation, known as case 3,000, although police said in a statement that he had provided testimony in their investigation.
“I did not commit any crime,” Shimron told Israel’s YNet news website, which asked him about the police recommendations to prosecutors and posted an audio clip of his comments. Shimron’s lawyer, in a statement to Reuters, denied any wrongdoing by his client, saying he was not involved in the submarine deal.
David Sharan, a former head of staff for Netanyahu, was also accused of receiving 130,000 shekels (£27,000) for promoting the deal. Police said he had committed bribery, fraud and breach of trust, conspiracy to commit a crime, money laundering and election law offences.
Israel has been gripped by several corruption investigations related to the Netanyahu family over the past two years.
In February police recommended that the prime minister be indicted on charges of bribery and breach of trust in two of those inquiries. The first, case 1,000, related to claims he and his family received more than £210,000 in gifts including expensive cigars, pink champagne and jewellery from international billionaires.
In case 2,000, police say Netanyahu made a deal with a newspaper publisher for more sympathetic coverage in return for lowering the circulation of a rival paper.
The prime minister and his wife, Sara, have been questioned but are not suspects in a fourth investigation, case 4,000, which centres around allegations that an Israeli telecom provider was offered regulatory incentives for positive coverage in an online news website.
Netanyahu has repeatedly denied any wrongdoing in any of the cases, describing them as baseless and alleging he is the victim of a witch-hunt.
The attorney general has not yet decided whether to accept the indictment recommendations, and Netanyahu’s rightwing coalition remains popular in Israel with observers predicting a win in next year’s election.
In a separate inquiry, the premier’s wife, Sara, was charged in June with fraud and breach of trust for allegedly using tens of thousands of dollars of public funds to pay for delivery meals to the couple’s residence, despite having an official in-house chef.
If convicted, she could face a maximum sentence of five years behind bars, although that is considered unlikely. Her lawyers said the charges were “false” and “delusional”.
ThyssenKrupp said in a statement to the Guardian: “Our information comes so far only from the press, we do not yet have any confirmed information. As soon as we know all the facts, we will examine further measures within the framework of the legal possibilities.”
|Former Israeli Minister Shulamit Aloni: We Always Use The Anti-semitism Trick Or Bring Up The Holocaust VIDEO
A lot of people here need to see and hear this amazing video, where a former Israeli Minister of Education
(among other titles) admits that calling people "anti-Semitic" is just a "trick". Also admits that
bringing up the holocaust in the face of criticism is just another "trick" used by Jews in Europe.
Also mentions the powerful Jewish establishment in America and how they use these "tricks" to justify
what the Israeli's do to the Palestinians, and how it's used as a very popular defense mechanism against
criticism of Israel's vile acts.
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THE MASTER PLAN
There is a lot of talk these days about the psychopaths ruling the world. A study among high executives of
large companies, published under the title Snakes in Suits, shows that psychopathic traits are widespread among them.
This naturally reflects into collective forms of psychopathy: in The Corporation: The Pathological Pursuit of Profit
and Power, Joel Bakan noted that “corporate behavior is very similar to that of a psychopath.”
Some states also behave like psychopaths among nations. The USA is such a state, with a “pathology of power”
(the title of Norman Cousins’s 1987 book) probably related to the degree of psychopathy of the men in charge.
Behind the mask of sanity and morality displayed by the US on the world’s stage, there is a “deep state” moved by
an insatiable thirst for power and uninhibited by any moral conscience or empathy; this pathological deep state is
today in almost complete control of US foreign policy.
Israel is another psychopathic state. The relationship between the US and Israel is a peculiar one, and there
are differing opinions regarding its nature. Who, of the two, is the driving force? Have US moles infiltrated
and hijacked Israel’s foreign policy, or the opposite? I consider that the issue has been settled by Professors
Mearsheimer and Walt in their 2008 book The Israel Lobby and U.S. Foreign Policy (and before that by Pat Buchanan
in his 2003 article “Whose War?”): it is Israel who has drawn the United States into wars which were not in their
strategic interest, and which, in fact, jeopardize US national security.
It was true about Iraq, and it is true
about Syria. The Neocons, the overwhelmingly dominant force in the US deep state since 2001, are crypto-Zionists.
America is not controlling Israel’s foreign and colonial policy; it has failed to do so whenever it tried, and
it has now stopped trying. Instead, as Ariel Sharon famously said one month after 9/11: “We, the Jews, control America,
and the Americans know it.” The very fact that this outrageous statement was quickly buried makes its point
self-evident: for, as Gilad Atzmon has also famously said, “Jewish power is the ability to get non-Jews to stop talking
about Jewish power.”
Israel’s control of the American people’s mind and heart, based on near total control of the mainstream media alongside
large-scale psychological operations such as September 11, is truly bewildering (those who doubt that Israel masterminded
9/11 with its network of super-sayanim should read my article “Inside Job or Mossad Job?”). But it becomes understandable
in light of what psychiatrists call the “psychopathic bond.”
I do not mean to deny that the US is pathological in its
own right, even genetically so. But I will here concentrate on the one nation I believe to be the most dangerous
psychopath among nations: Israel. The Israeli journalist Gideon Levy wrote in Haaretz in 2010 that “Only psychiatrists
can explain Israel’s behavior” toward Palestinians, suggesting “paranoia, schizophrenia and megalomania.” I suggest
psychopathy as a more accurate diagnosis.
Although specialists debate on the difference between psychopathy and sociopathy, I will use both terms interchangeably.
The latest Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders has opted for “antisocial personality disorder,” which
has the advantage, like sociopathy, to indicate that we are dealing with a dysfunction of the capacity to socialize.
Jewishness as a tribal sociopathy
Psychopaths are narcissists with a huge appetite for power and no moral conscience. Incapable of emotional empathy,
they feel no remorse for the suffering they inflict on others. The diagnostic criteria for psychopathy, as listed by
Robert Hare, include pathological lying, cunning, and manipulative behavior. The psychopath has no feeling for anyone,
but has developed a great ability to simulate, sometimes with a tendency to histrionics. He can be charming and charismatic.
Although he himself is immunized from guilt, he learns the art of inducing and exploiting others’ guilt.
Lying is so deeply embedded in his nature that the question of his sincerity is almost irrelevant. The truth has no
value in his eyes, or is confused with the version of events that serves him; he can beat a lie detector. The psychopath
is unable to put himself in the shoes of anyone else, and thus to view himself critically. He is never wrong, and his
failures are always the fault of others. Confident in any circumstance of being right, innocent, and superior, he considers
the resentment of his victims as pointless “hatred.”
Although those who have paid the price to see through his mask can judge him raving mad, the psychopath is not sick in the
traditional sense. Given his social competitiveness, he cannot be regarded as maladapted from a cognitive or behavioral
standpoint. However, from the point of view of depth psychology, it can be argued that the psychopath represses a deep
existential angst, a fear of his own inhumanity. Feeling fundamentally unlovable, he knows that his only chance resides in lies,
and that, if others could see through him, he would be confronted with his own vacuity. Because he assumes that others are
as heartless as he is, he fears to be destroyed if exposed. And therefore, he must keep lying better and better.
His obsession for domination is the counterpart of his deep fear of annihilation.
In The Future of an Illusion (1928), Sigmund Freud described religion, particularly Christianity, as a collective neurosis.
In this line of reasoning, I will argue that Judaism is rather a form of collective sociopathy. This does not mean that
“the Jews” are sociopaths, but rather that they are victims of a collective sociopathic mindset. The difference between
collective sociopathy and individual sociopathy is the same as between collective neurosis and individual neurosis according
to Freud: participation in a collective sociopathic mentality allows members of the community to channel sociopathic
tendencies toward the outside of the community, and to maintain within it a high degree of sociability.
The idea is easy to illustrate: The individual who feels superior to everyone is a megalomaniac; but Maurice Samuel is
simply a communitarian Jew when, in his book You Gentiles (1924), he expresses his belief
“that we Jews stand apart from you gentiles, that a primal duality breaks the humanity I know into two distinct parts;
that this duality is a fundamental, and that all differences among you gentiles are trivialities compared with that which
divided all of you from us.”
The individual who feels constantly surrounded by enemies is a paranoiac; but Leo Pinsker is a respected forerunner of Zionism
for having written that Judeophobia is a hereditary and incurable “disease transmitted for two thousand years”, “a variety of
demonopathy, with the distinction that it is not peculiar to particular races but is common to the whole of mankind.” Likewise,
Josué Jehouda doesn’t have any mental illness, but just an ethnocentric theory of history, when he writes:
“He who plumbs the depths of universal history, to gain an overall vision, finds that from ancient times until today
two opposing currents are fighting over history, penetrating and shaping it constantly: the messianic current and the
In other words, it is only when the Jews think, speak and act as representatives of the Jews and in the name of the Jews when
they say “we Jews . . .”—that their behavior toward non-Jews and their conception of relations with non-Jews betray a sociopathic
But when someone says “we Jews,” he is generally reproducing a category elaborated by the Jewish cultural elite, the Levites
of the past and present. The dominant ideology is the ideology of the dominant. And so the collective psychopathy of Jews is
a cognitive paradigm imposed on them by a minority of influential Machiavellian Jews to keep them under control. “The evils of
Israel are the evils of leadership,” wrote Jewish publisher Samuel Roth in Jews Must Live: An Account of the Persecution of
the World by Israel on All the Frontiers of Civilization (1934). He blamed all the suffering of the Jews on “the stupendous
hypocrisy and cruelty imposed upon us by our fatal leadership.”
“Beginning with the Lord God of Israel Himself, it was the successive leaders of Israel who one by one foregathered
and guided the tragic career of the Jews—tragic to the Jews and no less tragic to the neighboring nations who have
suffered them. […] despite our faults, we would never have done so much damage to the world if it had not been for our
genius for evil leadership.”
The transgenerational complex of persecution-domination
What is Jewishness? Most Jews would agree with Jewish ethnohistorian Raphael Patai (The Jewish Mind, 1977), that it is,
before anything else, “consciousness of belonging.” This amounts to saying that Jewishness is a tribalistic way of thinking.
Now, tribalism is not pathological in itself. But Jewish tribalism has the peculiarity of being combined with a strong claim
to universalism. There is no cognitive dissonance between tribalism and universalism within Jewishness: Jews feel
universalists not in spite of being Jews, but by virtue of being Jews. For example, it is emphatically “as an American
Jew” that Rabbi Joachim Prinz, chairman of the American Jewish Congress (and a former supporter of the Nazi racial laws),
supported the Black Americans’ civil rights movement.
The Jews’ universalism is always, implicitly or explicitly,
a Jewish universalism, that is, a tribal universalism—a contradiction in terms. As a self-delusion, is the expression
of an irrational conviction that Judeity is the essence of humanity. As a message to non-Jews, it is a fakery of grandiose
empathy: “we love you, mankind, more than anyone else does; trust us, we know what is good for you.” And what is good for
mankind is always, in the last resort, what is good for the Jews.
Jewish universalism means that Jews are at the center of the universe by birthright. And so, it is, more or less
subconsciously or cryptically, a fantasy and a strategy of domination. As the mask of an extremely aggressive form
of ethnocentrism, Jewish universalism hides a fear of the potential dangerousness of the rest of humankind, were the
fraud to be discovered. That is the second paradox of Jewishness: Jews proclaim outright their universal love,
while at the same time wailing for being “the people chosen for universal hatred.”
This curious formula by Leo
Pinsker is the credo of secular Zionism, and reflects pretty well a widespread feeling among Jews and Israelis,
as documented in Yoav Shamir’s excellent film Defamation (2009). “People think that the Shoah [Holocaust] is over
but it’s not. It is continuing all the time,” typically proclaimed Benzion Netanyahu, father of the Israeli Prime minister,
before his son’s election in 2009. Victimization has become the essence of Israeli national identity, according to
Idith Zertal, professor at the Hebrew University in Jerusalem. Israel has been transformed
“into an ahistorical and apolitical twilight zone, where Auschwitz is not a past event but a threatening present
and a constant option. By means of Auschwitz—which has become over the years Israel’s main reference in its relations
with a world defined repeatedly as anti-Semitic and forever hostile—Israel rendered itself immune to criticism, and
impervious to a rational dialogue with the world around her.”
Dominate, for fear of being exterminated. And dominate ever more in order to safeguard oneself from the resentment aroused by
one’s domination. Such is the psychopathic vicious circle in which Jews are entangled by the communitarian paranoia. The only
choice they are offered by their cognitive elite is: Jerusalem as capital of the world, or back to Holocaust. A 2013 Pew
Research poll showed that, to the question “What’s essential to being Jewish?” “Remembering the Holocaust” comes first for
73 percent of respondents.
Next comes “Caring about Israel.” Michael Walzer remembers: “I was taught Jewish history
as a long tale of exile and persecution—Holocaust history read backwards.” Persecution is so essential to the Jewish
identity that, when it does not exist, there is an urgent need to make it exist. An obsessional fear of anti-Semitism
must be maintained in the minds of the Jews, for it is the glue that holds the community together, the only thing
capable of resisting the dissolving effect of assimilation.
Yosef Hayim Yerushalmi has shown in Zakhor: Jewish History and Jewish Memory (1982) that the command to “remember,” and
“not forget” is at the heart of Judaism. This, he says, makes the Jews a people fundamentally ahistorical: they choose
myth over history. The urge to remember is such that “the trauma of the Holocaust is transmitted genetically” by
“epigenetic heredity,” according to a team of researchers led by Rachel Yehuda at Mount Sinai Hospital in New York.
The phenomenon is perhaps understandable in the light of the sociological theory of memory of Maurice Halbwachs, author
of On Collective Memory: “Most of the time, when I remember, it is others who spur me on; their memory comes to the
aid of mine and mine relies on theirs.”
Some insight can also be drawn from transgenerational psychology, the most
interesting development of psychoanalysis. Ivan Boszormenyi-Nagy speaks of “invisible loyalties” that unconsciously
connect us with our ancestors. Such loyalties, which shape our destiny largely unconsciously, are based on value
systems that vary from one culture to another. Vincent de Gaulejac believes in “the existence of a genealogical
past that imposes itself on the subject and structures his psychic functioning.” Such considerations help us understand
the psychological tensions that seize every Jew who struggles to break away from Jewishness; no community cultivates
a more powerful sense of ancestral loyalty. Ideas do not flow in the blood, but each person carries within himself
his ancestors, in a mysterious and largely unconscious way.
The Holocaust paradigm, which today sustains Jewish identity, is built around an unshakable sense of innocence and
self-righteousness, an incapacity for self-examination characteristic of the most severe personality disorders. In
their own eyes, the Jews have no responsibility for the hostility of the Gentiles toward them. They are constantly
reminded of this innocence by their representative elite. To be sure, there are exceptions, such as Samuel Roth,
already quoted, or French journalist Bernard Lazare, in his Antisemitism, its History and Causes (1894).
Today, some lucid Israelis are worried about their country’s plunge into collective pathology. Yehoshafat Harkabi,
deputy director of military intelligence, wrote in 2009:
“Dazzled by its self-righteousness, Israel cannot see the case of the other side. Self-righteousness encourages nations
no less than individuals to absolve themselves of every failing and shake off the guilt of every mishap. When everyone
is guilty except them, the very possibility of self-criticism and self-improvement vanishes…”
Psychological projection, or blame shifting, is a process by which one denies one’s own negative impulses while
attributing them to others. We are all prone to do it in times of personal crisis. But only persons with a deep
mental illness do it all the time. Such is the case of Israel, a country with hundreds of nuclear warheads pointed
at Iran, whose leaders have always denied having any nuclear arsenal at all, while histrionically urging the world
to do something about Iran’s supposed nuclear military program aimed at erasing Israel from the maps. It would be
laughable if Israel were just paranoid. But Israel is the psychopath among nations, and that means a tremendous
capacity to manipulate, intimidate, corrupt morally, get what they want, and leave a trail of misery behind.
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The stars came out in Hollywood on November 2nd, or at least some of them did. The gala event celebrated the Israel Defense Forces (IDF) and raised funds to support its mission in Israel itself and on the occupied West Bank. The organization being fêted was the Friends of the Israel Defense Forces (FIDF), which has fourteen regional offices in the United States and operates under the slogan “Their job is to look after Israel. Our job is to look after them.” In attendance were Arnold Schwarzenegger and actor Gerald Butler. Entertainment was provided by the singer Seal.
Hollywood Jewish royalty was thick on the ground, the grub was strictly kosher and billionaires competed to see who could give the most to such a worthy cause. The 1,200 attendees at the Beverly Hilton Hotel donated a record $53.8 million, with Oracle founder Larry Ellison leading the pack with a contribution of $16.6 million. Israeli media mogul Haim Saban, Hillary Clinton’s most generous supporter, served as host of the event and donated $5 million. Two weeks ago, a similar gathering of 1,200 in New York City dubbed “A Night of Heroes,” attended by GOP major donor casino magnate Sheldon Adelson, raised $35 million, $7 million coming from Adelson personally. FIDF reportedly was sitting on $190 million in contributions for the year before the Hollywood and New York events.
Donations to FIDF are tax deductible as the organization is registered with the U.S. Treasury as a 501(c)3 educational and charitable non-profit foundation. One might well ask how it is possible that the American taxpayer should subsidize a foreign military organization that is regularly accused of war crimes in its ongoing brutal and genocidal occupation of the Palestinian West Bank and East Jerusalem? One might also wonder how an organization that continues a military occupation in opposition to multiple United Nations resolutions that have been endorsed by Washington gets any kind of tax break at all? And finally, one might reasonably ask why an organization that already gets in excess of $3.8 billion annually directly from the U.S. Treasury needs more money to allegedly provide creature comforts for its soldiers?
The answer to all of the above would be that Jewish power in the United States makes it happen. But more particularly, it is Jewish money that does the trick since cash on the table provides access both to the media and to the people that matter in Washington. A tight circle of billionaire oligarchs, including Saban, Ellison and Adelson as well as Paul Singer and Bernard Marcus directly support organizations like FIDF as well as major pro-Israel groups like the Foundation for Defense of Democracies, the America Israel Public Affairs Committee, the Washington Institute for Near East Policy, the Anti-Defamation League and the Jewish Institute for National Security of America. The billionaires are not shy about where their loyalty lies, boasting as does Saban, that he is a one issue guy and that issue is Israel. Adelson has stated that he wishes that he had served in the Israeli army instead of the U.S. military and wants his son to grow up to “be a sniper for the IDF.” Both have publicly advocated bombing Iran. In Adelson’s case, the bomb would be nuclear.
Sometimes both the Israel agenda and the financial support is deliberately hidden, as in the case of the recently launched “Christian engagement in the Middle East” anti-Iran Philos Project, which was funded by Singer. The billionaires also directly donate to the campaigns of politicians and support projects that engage in the message management that is used to justify pro-Israel policies in Congress and the media.
Much of the current agitation to “do something” about Iran comes, for example, from these groups and media assets. In truth, American aid to Israel has become virtually untouchable and is something like a goose that keeps on laying golden eggs. The operation of “The Lobby,” generally regarded as the most powerful voice on foreign policy in Washington, led Professors Stephen Walt and John Mearsheimer to ask, “Why has the U.S. been willing to set aside its own security … in order to advance the interests of another state? [No] explanation can account for the remarkable level of material and diplomatic support that the U.S. provides.” They observed that “Other special interest groups have managed to skew foreign policy, but no lobby has managed to divert it as far from what the national interest would suggest, while simultaneously convincing Americans that U.S. interests and those of the other country—in this case, Israel—are essentially identical.”
The money committed by the Jewish oligarchs on behalf of Israel has turned out to be a good investment, returning billions for millions spent. Since the foundation of the state of Israel in 1948, it has been “the largest cumulative recipient of U.S. foreign assistance since World War II,” according to the Congressional Research Service. The United States has provided Israel with $233.7 billion in adjusted for inflation aid between 1948 through the end of 2012, reports Haaretz.
The $38 billion over ten years in military assistance that the Obama recently promised to Israel is far less than what will actually be received from the United States Treasury and from other American sources, including handouts from Congress. To cite only one recent example, in September Congressman Alcee Hastings proposed a legislative amendment that would give $12 million to help settle Israel’s Ethiopian community. Senator Lindsey Graham (R-S.C.), speaking in the most recent legislative discussion over Israeli aid, stated that the $38 billion should be regarded as a minimum amount, and that Congress should approve additional funds for Israeli defense as needed.
At its most recent meeting in March 2017, AIPAC announced the latest windfall from America, applauding “the U.S. House of Representatives for significantly bolstering its support of U.S.-Israel missile defense cooperation in the FY 2017 defense appropriations bill. The House appropriated $600.7 million for U.S.-Israel missile defense programs.” And there is a long history of such special funding for Israeli-connected projects. The Iron Dome missile-defense system was largely funded by the United States, to the tune of more than $1 billion. In the 1980s, the Israeli Lavi jet-fighter development program was funded by Washington, costing $2 billion to the U.S. taxpayer before it was terminated over technical and other problems, part of $5.45 billion in Pentagon funding of various Israeli weapons projects through 2002.
How Israel gets money from the United States Treasury is actually quite complex and not very transparent to the American public, going well beyond the check for $3.8 billion handed over at the beginning of the fiscal year on October 1st. Even that check, uniquely given to aid recipient Israel as one lump sum on the first day of the year, is manipulated to produce extra revenue. It is normally immediately redeposited with the U.S. Treasury, which then, because it operates on a deficit, borrows the money to pay interest on it as the Israelis draw it down. That interest payment costs the American taxpayer an estimated $100 million more per year. Israel has also been adept at using “loan guarantees,” an issue that may have contributed to the downfall of President George H.W. Bush. The reality is that the loans, totaling $42 billion, are never repaid by Israel, meaning that the United States Treasury picks up the tab on principle and interest, a form of additional assistance. The Bush-era loan amounted to $10 billion.
Department of Defense co-production projects, preferential contracting, “scrapping” or “surplusing” of usable equipment that is then turned over to the IDF, as well as the forward deployment of military hardware to an Israeli base, are considerable benefits to Tel Aviv’s bottom line. Much of this assistance is hidden from view.
In September 2012, Israel’s former commander-in-chief, Gen. Gabi Ashkenazi, admitted at a conference that between 2009 and 2012 American taxpayers had paid for more of his country’s defense budget than had Israeli taxpayers. Those numbers have been disputed, but the fact remains that a considerable portion of the Israeli military spending comes from the United States. It currently is more than 20 percent of the total $16 billion budget, not counting special appropriations.
Through tax exemptions, the U.S. government also subsidizes the coordinated effort to provide additional assistance to Israel. Like FIDF, most organizations and foundations that might reasonably be considered active parts of the Israel Lobby are generally registered with the Department of the Treasury as tax-exempt foundations. Grant Smith, speaking at a conference on the U.S. and Israel on March 24th, explained how the broader Israel Lobby uses this legal framework:
“Key U.S. organizations include the American Israel Public Affairs Committee (AIPAC), the American Jewish Committee (AJC), the Zionist Organization of America (ZOA) and the Anti-Defamation League (ADL). Hundreds more, including a small number of evangelical Christian organizations, play a role within a vast ecosystem that demands unconditional U.S. support for Israel. In the year 2012 the nonprofit wing of the Israel lobby raised $3.7 billion in revenue. They are on track to reach $6.3 billion by 2020. Collectively they employed 14,000 and claimed 350,000 volunteers.”
The $3.7 billion raised in 2012 does not include the billions in private donations that go directly to Israel, plus billions in contributions that are regarded as “religious exemptions” for groups that don’t file at all. There are also contributions sent straight to various Israeli-based foundations that are themselves often registered as charities. The Forward magazine investigated 3,600 Jewish tax-exempt charitable foundations in 2014 and determined that they had net assets of $26 billion, $12–14 billion in annual revenue, and “focuse[d] the largest share of [their] donor dollars on Israel.” The Forward added that it is “an apparatus that benefits massively from the U.S. federal government and many state and local governments, in the form of hundreds of millions of dollars in government grants, billions in tax-deductible donations and billions more in program fees paid for with government funds.”
Money being fungible, some American Jews have been surprised to learn that the donations that they had presumed were going to charitable causes in Israel have instead wound up in expanding the illegal settlements on the West Bank, an objective that they sometimes do not support. Donald Trump’s son-in-law and advisor Jared Kushner has a family foundation that has made donations to Israel, including funding of West Bank settlements, which is illegal under U.S. law, as has Ambassador David Friedman.
Israel also benefits in other ways, frequently due to legislative action by Congress. It enjoys free and even preferential trade status with the United States and runs a $9 billion trade surplus per annum. Its companies and parastatal organizations can, without any restrictions, bid on U.S. defense and homeland-security projects—a privilege normally only granted to NATO partners. It’s major defense contractor Elbit recently was awarded a multi-million dollar contract to apply technologies to defend American tanks. It was a prime example of U.S. aid subsidizing an Israeli industry that then competes directly with American companies, producing a loss of jobs in the United States.
And the transfer of public money to Israel is common even at state and local levels. Some state treasuries and pension funds have purchased Israel Bonds, which are a bad investment, putting retirees at risk, as they have to be held to maturity and therefore have no secondary market and lack liquidity. Most recently, the Ohio Treasurer’s office bought a record $61 million in Israel Bonds on April 3rd. Ohio Treasurer Josh Mandel admitted the purchase was in response to the boycott, divestment and sanctions movement, meaning that Ohio taxpayers are unsuspecting participants in a risky investment scheme largely intended to punish critics of Israel. Mandel is, not surprisingly, hardly a disinterested party on the subject of Israel. He was a member of AIPAC while attending Ohio State University and spoke at its 2008 Policy Conference in Washington. After denouncing Iran, he said that “Israel is our best friend and ally in the Middle East and it’s important that we maintain a strong and lasting relationship with them.” Eighty other state and municipal public employee pension and treasury funds have also reportedly bought the bonds.
The U.S.-Israeli bilateral relationship has been an expensive proposition for Americans, yet another instance where the perceived needs of a U.S. “ally” take precedence over genuine national interests. Tens of billions of dollars need not necessarily be spent to placate a wealthy foreign country and its powerful domestic lobby or to satisfy the pretensions of the billionaires who grease the machinery to keep Israel’s money machine operating.
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Yesterday, Ynet reported on the massive business enterprise Michael Kaydar created,
selling his services to buyers around the world who sought out cyber-terror attacks.
They ranged from phoning bomb threats against Delta airlines to threats to explode the
heads of children at a Jewish day school. Once he claimed there was a suicide bomber in the air.
Another time that he was an ISIS fighter with a bomb on a plane. He threatened a plane
carrying the Boston Celtics. A threat against an El Al flight traveling from Los Angeles
to Ben Gurion caused French and Swiss air force planes to scramble and intercept the Israeli
He personally threatened a former Pentagon official that he would kidnap
and murder his children. He attempted to extort a Delaware state senator who had disparaged
his terror campaign, demanding bitcoin payment. When none was forthcoming, he sent drugs to
the man’s home and threatened to call the police to inform them that the senator was a drug-dealer.
There were 162 threats to bomb airplanes and 2,000 bomb threats overall. In addition, he sent another 31 mail threats.
He didn’t do this out of personal animus or mental infirmity (though his family claims otherwise). He did it out of a good, old-fashioned motive: greed. Kaydar operated a cyber terror supermarket. He plied his wares on dark web sites like Alpha Bay, advertising them akin to the restaurant or hair salon which lists its services and their prices for client to choose.
Kaydar had a laundry list of “services” which he offered and the prices for each type of exploit. A threatening call to a private home would set a buyer back $40. A call threatening a massacre at a school cost $80. A letter threat against a school called for a discount and cost only $30. A call to threaten to bomb an airliner cost $500. He informed potential clients that they could devise their own threats and he would execute them for a special price. If one of his threats didn’t lead to the evacuation of the targeted institution and summoning of police, he would return the fee to the client, considering it a failed operation. Buyers paid in bitcoin because it was untraceable. By the time of his arrest, he’d amassed a hefty fortune of $500,000.
Hand it to Kaydar, he mass-produced cyber-mayhem. And all by himself. Quite the entrepreneurial spirit of the Israeli Start-Up Nation!
Israeli media have been prohibited from naming the 18 year-old Kaydar or featuring his picture because he began his spree when he was a minor. In fact, he likely will be tried in a juvenile court for at least some of his alleged crimes. This could drastically reduce the amount of jail time he might expect if he’s convicted.
Lest you think Kaydar is a lone wolf cyber terrorist, think again. There is a thriving network of hackers plying their wares on the dark web. Including many in Israel as well.
The IDF boasts of the cyber skills of its largest single military grouping, Unit 8200. It also runs a network of technical high schools from which it recruits to fill its ranks. Many of its veterans go on to lucrative careers founding high-tech startups in the Big Data/cyber-security field. But inevitably, there are aberrant souls who learn the skills but don’t make the grade. They’re shunted to the side. Some of them take those skills to the dark side as Kaydar did.
There is a thriving network of Israeli hackers-for-hire who engage in such anti-social cyber-sabotage. A company called vDOS, consisted of two Israeli hackers who would organize DDOS attacks on commercial websites for a fee. Their clients were competitors or angry customers who sought revenge. vDOS, like Kaydar, had a price list offering different levels of attack against its victims. It earned over $600,000 over a two-year period.
Kaydar went wrong only in the scale of his ambition. The grander the ambition the more likely you will be caught. He targeted Americans because that was where the money was. But he didn’t bargain for the fact that he would make a mistake, make a single phone call without using a proxy server, and so reveal his physical location and be caught by the FBI. Plus, the close Israel- U.S. relationship meant the U.S. could exert pressure on Israeli authorities to end his rampage and bring him to justice.
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Nazareth, Israel - Israeli officials are reported to be increasingly nervous that international efforts to destroy of Syria's chemical weapons might serve as a prelude to demands on Israel to eliminate its own, undeclared weapons of mass destruction.
Israel maintains a posture it terms 'ambiguity' on the question of whether it possesses either nuclear or chemical weapons.But Israel is widely believed to have a large arsenal of nuclear bombs, concealed from international scrutiny, and there are strong suspicions that it has secretly developed a chemical weapons programme.
Those concerns intensified following the disclosure this month of a confidential CIA report suggesting that Israel had created a significant stockpile of chemical weapons by the early 1980s. Israel has refused both to sign the 1968 Non-Proliferation Treaty, covering the regulation of nuclear arms, and to ratify the 1993 Chemical Weapons Convention, which obligates states to submit to international oversight and destroy chemical agents in their possession.
Over the past few days there have been a series of moves by other states in the Middle East to bring international attention to Israel's WMD.
Those efforts followed Damascus' ratification of the Chemical Weapons Convention last week and the announcement at the weekend of a timetable agreed by Russia and the United States to disarm Syria of its chemical stockpiles by the middle of next year.
Israel is now one of only six states refusing to implement the convention, along with Egypt, Myanmar, Angola, North Korea and South Sudan. That has prompted concerns that Israel could rapidly become a pariah state on the issue.
The Haaretz daily newspaper reported this week that the prospect of mounting international pressure on Israel to come clean on its WMD was "keeping quite a few top Israeli defence officials awake at night".
Shlomo Brom, a former Israeli general and now a researcher at the Institute for National Security Studies at Tel Aviv University, called Israel's current policy on chemical weapons "unwise".
"The reality in the Middle East has changed since Israel refused to ratify the convention. There is no longer a good reason for Israel to remain with the handful of regimes that oppose it."
This week Arab states submitted a resolution to the United Nations' nuclear watchdog body, the International Atomic Energy Agency, calling on Israel to place its nuclear facilities under the IAEA's inspection regime as part of efforts to create a nuclear arms-free zone in the region.
The Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty, which Israel has refused to sign, was drawn up in 1968, the year after Israel is widely believed to have produced its first warhead.
A report on Sunday by two proliferation experts assessed that Israel had built a total of 80 nuclear bombs by 2004, the year it is believed to have halted production. The same report concluded that Israel had stocks of fissile material potentially large enough to double the number of bombs at short notice.
US officials, however, rebuffed the Arab states's move at IAEA. Joseph Macmanus, the US envoy to the agency, said the resolution "does not advance our shared goal of progress toward a WMD-free zone in the Middle East. Instead, it undermines efforts at constructive dialogue toward that common objective."
An Egyptian plan laying the groundwork for establishing a Middle East free of weapons of mass destruction was sponsored by the US in 2010, over Israel's opposition. However, Washington announced last year it was postponing action to an unspecified date.Meanwhile, last Sunday, Iran's foreign ministry urged the international community to "adopt serious measures" to force Israel to back the Chemical Weapons Convention.
Following Syria's ratification of the convention, its ambassador to the UN, Bashar Jaafari, said "the main danger of WMD is the Israeli nuclear arsenal", adding that Israel possessed chemical weapons but most other states were not prepared to speak about it.
That may yet change. Israeli government officials are said to be worried that the US Secretary of State, John Kerry, could demand ratification from Israel as part of US efforts to clear the Middle East of chemical weapons. "Now, Kerry may say, the US needs Israel's help by ratifying the treaty prohibiting the use of chemical weapons," the Haaretz newspaper reported.
According to reports in the Israeli media, Israeli embassies overseas have been issued with guidelines to evade questions posed by journalists and diplomats related to Israeli chemical weapons.
The Israeli defence ministry refused to comment to Al-Jazeera, referring questions to the prime minister's office. David Baker, a spokesman for Netanyahu, also declined to comment, calling all such discussion "speculation". He would not say whether Israel had issued guidelines to officials.
In a rare public statement, Amir Peretz, a former defence minister, told Israel Radio this week: "I very much hope and am certain that the international community will not make this a central question and we will maintain the status quo." Unlike Syria, he said, Israel was a "democratic, responsible regime".
Uri Avnery, an Israeli journalist and former politician, said Israelis strongly assumed that their country secretly possessed such weapons."The Israeli government has always maintained that Israel is an exception, that it is a responsible government and therefore does not need to subject itself to international conventions, whether nuclear, biological or chemical. Israelis believe that because of the Holocaust they have a right to extra protection, which in practice means access to every kind of weapon."
Israel's secrecy is, in part, motivated by a promise to avoid embarrassing the US by declaring its weapons of mass destruction. Washington would be violating US law by giving Israel the billions of dollars in aid it receives each year if Israel possesses nuclear weapons outside the non-proliferation regime.
Short sighted position
Calling Israel's refusal to ratify the chemical weapons convention alongside Syria "a short sighted position of dubious usefulness", an editorial in the Haaretz said a change of policy would show Israel was "doing its part in the general effort to rid the region of weapons of mass destruction".
Suspicions that Israel may be hiding a chemical weapons programme have grown following a recent report in Foreign Policy, a US magazine, revealing that US spy satellites located a suspected chemical weapons site in Israel's Negev desert for the first time in 1982.
A confidential CIA report from 1983 disclosed to the magazine identified "a probable CW [chemical weapon] nerve agent production facility and a storage facility" near the Israeli town of Dimona, itself close to Israel's nuclear reactor. The magazine said Israel's chemical industries were also believed to be involved in the production of weapons.
According to intercepts of Israeli military communications made by the US National Security Agency at that time, Israel Air Force bombers had conducted missions simulating chemical weapons bombing runs in the Negev.
The report suggests "several indicators lead us to believe that they have available to them at least persistent and nonpersistent nerve agents, a mustard agent, and several riot-control agents, marched with suitable delivery systems".
Although it is not possible to know whether the chemical weapons storage site identified by the CIA in the early 1980s still functions, there are indications Israel has continued to work on nerve agents in subsequent years.
Israel is known to have an Institute for Biological Research at Ness Ziona, about 20km south of Tel Aviv, which describes itself as a government research centre. Officially the institute conducts medical and defence research, including helping Israel prepare against the effects of an attack using chemical or biological weapons.
The institute is believed to have secretly developed offensive capabilities too, most famously used in an assassination attempt on a Hamas leader, Khaled Meshal, in Jordan in 1997.
Meshal, who had a toxin sprayed into his ear in a Mossad operation, was only saved because the two agents involved were captured while still in Jordan. Binyamin Netanyahu, the Israeli prime minister then as now, agreed to hand over an antidote in return for the agents' release.
There have been suspicions that Israel used a similarly hard-to-detect toxin in the still-unexplained death of Palestinian leader Yasser Arafat in 2004.
The connection between Israel and chemical weapons also surfaced following a crash by a Israeli plane near Amsterdam in 1992.
The Dutch media reported that the El Al plane had been carrying substantial quantities of a major chemical component of sarin, the nerve agent used near Damascus last month for which the Syrian government has been widely blamed. The US company that supplied the chemical said it had been for delivery to the Institute for Biological Research at Ness Ziona.
A spate of reports, including by the BBC, early in the second Palestinian intifada, a decade ago, also accused Israel of using what appeared to be an experimental form of tear gas that led to severe convulsions in many of those who inhaled it.
More recently, Israel's repeated attacks on Gaza have fuelled claims that it is using Dense Inert Metal Explosive (DIME) munitions, an experimental weapon not yet covered by international treaties. Its blast causes severe internal damage to victims and leaves traces of carcinogenic metals such as tungsten in the bodies of those who survive.
In winter 2008-09, Israel was also widely criticised for using white phosphorus in built-up areas of Gaza. Although allowed if used to create a smokescreen on the battlefield, white phosphorus is considered a chemical weapon when used in areas where civilians are likely to be present. Burning lumps of the chemical sear through flesh and lungs and are difficult to extinguish.
Under international pressure, the Israeli military promised to end the chemical's use earlier this year.
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Israeli Jewish man, 19, is suspected of being behind dozens of anonymous calls and communications
A 19-year-old Israeli Jewish man has been arrested in Israel on suspicion of making multiple bomb threats to Jewish organisations and an airline in the US and elsewhere.
The unnamed individual – who lives in Israel, reportedly in the southern city of Ashkelon, but has joint US-Israeli citizenship – was arrested at the request of the FBI, which has been examining a wave of threats against Jewish centres.
The arrest took place after a months-long undercover investigation by an Israeli police unit specialising in cybercrime.
Police seized a number of computers as well as other equipment during the arrest. Micky Rosenfeld, an Israeli police spokesman, said the motives behind the threats were unclear.
Rosenfeld alleged the suspect was “the guy who was behind the JCC threats” – referring to Jewish community centres – and said advanced technologies had been used to mask the origin of calls and communications to synagogues, community buildings and public venues.
“He didn’t use regular phone lines. He used different computer systems so he couldn’t be backtracked,” Rosenfeld said. The suspect also made threats in New Zealand and Australia, Rosenfeld alleged.
According to a recording acquired by the Jewish Telegraphic Agency, in one call to the airline Delta the caller is heard threatening to kill Jews onboard a flight.
The suspect’s lawyer said her client suffers from a “very serious” medical condition that may have affected his behaviour. Galit Bash told reporters outside a courthouse that the young man’s condition had prevented him from serving in the army or going to school. The medical condition could “affect the investigation”, Bash added.
The US Anti-Defamation League has tallied 166 hoax bomb threats to Jewish schools, synagogues and cultural centres since 9 January. There has also been a spate of vandalism in Jewish cemeteries, leading to fears of rising antisemitism in the US.
The Trump administration was accused of not speaking out quickly enough on the threats, though last month the White House denounced them and rejected “antisemitic and hateful threats in the strongest terms”.
Despite efforts to mask the source of the calls, police investigators in New Zealand and Australia were able to identify the IP address of the computer used as being inside Israel. According to some reports, the equipment used included a large antenna and unusually sophisticated computer hardware. The caller also used technology to alter the sound of their voice.
An Israeli police official said sophisticated methods were used. Yaniv Azani, the head of technology in the Israeli police’s cyber unit, said several different means were used “to camouflage the various layers of communication mechanisms” to carry out the calls.
According to Nimrod Vax, a co-founder of the US-Israeli cybersecurity company BigID, the phone calls required a level of sophistication but were “not too difficult” for an experienced hacker.
Rosenfeld said the investigation was carried out with the help of the FBI and police from other countries.
The suspect is the second person to be arrested in connection with the hoax bomb threats in the US. Earlier this month, Juan Thompson, a former journalist, was arrested in relation to eight of the bomb threats. Federal officials said some of the calls were made in the name of Thompson’s former partner as part of a campaign to harass and intimidate her.
Commenting on Thursday’s arrest, Israel’s public security minister, Gilad Erdan, said: “We hope that this investigation will help shed light on some of the recent threats against Jewish institutions, which have caused great concern both among Jewish communities and the Israeli government.”
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