BREAKING NEWS: Israeli Embassy in Cairo Under Siege

Demands: Embassy Closure and Withdrawal from The Camp David Accords in Wake of Renewed Attacks on Gaza


“ Just when the Palestinians in Gaza thought they were facing this new Israeli attacks alone and with their backs against the wall, they found out they forgot, over the years, that they had brothers in Egypt who are willing not only to accompany them in their struggle against Israel but to protect their backs as well”


Dr. Ashraf Ezzat / Veterans Today Exclusive

From Exclusive Video Coverage of The Embassy Seige

Editor’s notes:  The western press and even Al Jazeera have failed to report today’s demonstrations in Tahir Square, Cairo accurately. Thousands of Egyptians marched from the square to the Israeli Embassy, demanding that the current military government end diplomatic relations with Israel in wake of the recent assault on Gaza by the IDF.

Israel claims that a school bus was attacked with a mortar round this week and it was necessary for the army to respond with tanks, helicopters, rockets and a step-up of the nightly bombing campaign that has gone on for months.

Skeptics doubt Israel’s claim of an attack from Gaza, citing Israel’s propensity for fabricating threats and the bizarre choice of weapons. From an American intelligence source who has worked with Israel for decades:

Israel has been using the “mortar attack” story more and more. Any small explosive charge can be made to look like a mortar attack. even a hand grenade. You only need to throw a few shards of metal around, the cheapest and dirtiest “false flag” possible and Israel has done this dozens of times.

Hamas has mortars but they also have thousands of RPGs. That’s the weapon used to go after a vehicle. Saying someone shot a mortar at a bus is simply idiotic. If Gaza has the weapons Israel claims, Russian Kornet and RPG 29s which are capable of destroying Israel’s Merkava tanks quite readily, as Hizbollah proved, the “school bus” story is even more fictional.


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Background, The Egyptian Anti-Israeli Backlash

Egyptians marching to the Israeli embassy in cairo, protesting over Israeli strikes of Gaza.

On this very day, April 8th since 41 years the Israeli air force struck the village of Bahr el-Baqar – an Egyptian small village near Suez Canal. The raid resulted in the total destruction of an elementary school full of school children.  Five bombs and 2 air-to-ground missiles struck the single-floor school. Of the 130 school children who attended the school, 46 were killed, and over 50 wounded, many of them maimed for life. The school itself was completely demolished.

That tragic day marked the first encounter of the Egyptian people with the brutality and the indiscriminate aggression of the Israelis that targeted the innocent and unarmed civilians. This air raid demolished not only the school building but also the remains of any hopes for Israel to be seen as a friendly neighbor state.

From then on Israel was the absolute enemy in the eyes of every average Egyptian.

This terrorist attack on the innocent Egyptian school children has been deeply engraved in the memory of all Egyptians. And to make sure that no one forgot what Israel had done on that day, Egyptians made April 8th a mourning day for the killed school children of Bahr el-Bakar and to be commemorated every year for the last 41 years.
Only this year it was rather different.

Egypt-Israel relations in the last 40 years

Egypt has just emerged from its worldwide celebrated revolution which managed to topple the long lasting in power dictator, Hosni Mubarak.

So many things happened in Egypt since the Israeli raid on April 8th, 1970.

  • – Egypt retaliated against years of Israeli military aggression and political arrogance in the glorious October war 1973 against Israel.
  • – President Sadat signed – on an individual initiative- a peace treaty with Israel 1979 (based on Camp David accords) that never managed to naturalize relations between Egyptians and Israelis.
  • – Mubarak ruled  Egypt since 1980 and began a long era of not only observing the terms of the peace treaty but to acting as the closest friend of Israel and the White House in the Middle East.
  • – Mubarak, through his corrupt reign, helped Israel  tighten its shameful siege on Gaza and  even supplied Tel Aviv with the natural gas they needed for power and electricity production with prices well under the world rates. (enriching himself in the process)  But his most appreciated contribution to the Zionist regime in Israel was the complete Egyptian withdrawal from actively participating in the key issues of the Arab- Israeli conflict.

Gaza under fire again

Lately, the unrest began to resurface again at the border line between Gaza and Israel. On Friday April 8th Five Palestinians have been killed and around 45 wounded in Israeli air strikes on the Gaza Strip following an offer of a ceasefire from Hamas after a surge in cross-border violence that was dramatically reduced by Israel and sold to the world as the usual “selective” Palestinian attack, by their most primitive handmade rockets, on a school bus – an area of specialty long mastered by the Israelis since Bahr el-Bakar school massacre.

Thus began another expected scenario of disproportionate Israeli attacks on the civilians and children in Gaza with the civilized world muted and turning a blind eye as usual.

The world has grown numb and painfully insensitive to the crimes of Israel against the Arab Palestinians in Gaza and the west bank.

And with judge Richard Goldstone bowing out and going back on his indictment of the Israeli crimes committed during the war on Gaza 2009; the world seems like a barren place for the Palestinians devoid of any free voices left to stand up against the Israeli insolence.

And just when the Palestinians in Gaza thought they were facing this new Israeli attacks alone and with their backs against the wall, they found out they forgot, over the years, that they had brothers in Egypt who are willing not only to accompany them in their struggle against Israel but to protect their backs as well.

Embassy under siege

On the very same day of April 8th and as Egyptians were protesting in Tahrir square demanding that Mubarak and his inner circle of aids to be put on trial and as the news of the Israeli attacks on Gaza made its way to the square at the heart of Cairo, thousands immediately took to the district where the Israeli embassy in Cairo is located.

Egyptians held back – by the military forces- from advancing into the building where the embassy lies practically surrounded the embassy in what seemed like a gigantic human shield. The angry protesters held flags of both Egypt and Palestine and raised big posters of al Aqsa mosque– temple mount in Jerusalem.

On a live coverage by Aljazeera of the march to the Israeli embassy- that somehow failed to make it to the news headlines- some of the protesters expressed their anger at the recent unjust Israeli attacks on Gaza and they made it clear they expected nothing less than the expulsion of the Israeli ambassador out of Egypt and taking the Israeli flag off the embassy building.

Some of the protesters went far as to demand the immediate end to the siege imposed on Gaza from the Egyptian side and a freeze of the Egyptian supply of natural gas to Israel.  But the most daring request came by many protesters who called for a public referendum to allow the Egyptian people to have their say about the peace treaty president Sadat had signed 30 years ago.

Amidst that overwhelming atmosphere of antagonism to Israel and its unacceptable and inhuman war of ethnic cleansing of the Palestinians the Israeli embassy at the top floor of the building on the other side of the Nile opposite to Tahrir square found no other option than to dim out the lights and keep its staff hiding inside.

While the Egyptian crowd down in the streets were still swelling in great numbers around the embassy with the intensity of their enthusiasm rising high as they chanted for eternal solidarity with Palestinians the Israeli embassy’s lights were almost turned off with the Israeli flag kept as unapparent and way out of sight as possible.

On this April 8th night, and on the very same day that witnessed the massacre of Bahr el-Bakar the Israeli embassy with all the Israeli diplomatic mission in Cairo seemed under siege.

It must have been a terrible night for the Israeli diplomats in Cairo but at least they have experienced, even it was for few hours how it feels to be vulnerable, threatened and under relentless siege.

This public display of the Egyptian anger and dissatisfaction with the Israeli aggressive policy against the Palestinians may pass unreported by the main stream media but never unnoticed by the analysts of the Arab- Israeli conflict especially in the post-Mubarak era in Egypt, for what happened on that night of April 8th, 2011 might well depict the scene of the coming Egyptian-Israeli state of affairs.

On this day of commemoration, May the souls of innocent Egyptian and Palestinian children, massacred by the Israeli criminal forces, rest in peace.

For more articles by Dr. Ashraf Ezzat visit his website.

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122 Responses to "BREAKING NEWS: Israeli Embassy in Cairo Under Siege"

  1. Gordon Duff  April 25, 2011 at 5:28 am

    Gaza isn’t Palestine. You were visiting Palestine.
    You are only calling it Israel.
    Learn your damned history please.
    Start with the USS Liberty then get back to us.

  2. Sergeant Major Israel  April 24, 2011 at 10:36 pm

    What a piece of bias reporting. This is just antiIsrael propaganda and no American soldier should be deceived by this slant. The poor people of Gaza. Vs the bloodthirsty murderous Jews of Israel. Bull! israel is the only free country in the middle east and we American Veterans know it. Moslem, Women, gays, Christians all are free. They vote, they have equal rights etc. Compare that to Gaza, And every other country in the middle east. When I visited Israel I went to Churches, Mosques, and other holy sites. How many churches are there in Gaza?

  3. Marc C. Daniele  April 19, 2011 at 12:51 pm

    I was “warned” for making a comment on Yahoo, and then censored period! Yahoo WILL NOT let a person make a comment that they do not like, even if it is the REAL TRUTH! That is why I have recently changed my email address and home page! It seems that our country has now become one that you are not allowed to state your opinion or even the REAL FACTS about a situation, etc. that our “controlled” media does not want us to see or know about! In other words “they” want to control what you say and what you know! Welcome to the land of the free!

    US Army Veteran
    Marc C. Daniele
    Hercy, Mo.

  4. Marc C. Daniele  April 19, 2011 at 11:59 am

    Nice Gordon!
    I know I’m late in seeing/responding to this article, but this is really good! I got a good laugh out of this (IP Adress from Israel), and I really needed it right now! Thanks.
    One of these days the rest of our country and the world will wake up to the FACT of who the world’s real terrorist state really is! I am so sick of them claiming to be the victim all the time, yet when you see the REAL FACTS you see them for the murderous aggressors they really are!
    Hopefully one of these days 9/11, and their other already proven Terror Acts will come back to haunt them for real!
    Have a nice day man.

    US Army Veteran
    Marc C. Daniele
    Hercy, Mo.

  5. paintbrushbright  April 15, 2011 at 8:51 pm

    Could someone please me about this site? I read a couple of good articles from Vets but found a lot of these authors are so left wing and on the edge of treason that I can not believe what I have read. My American flag is on the top of this site and is being abused with words that do not represent the American Veteran. Did the authors of these hate articles’ serve in our military? I have also noticed that of lot of this stuff is so rotten that it’s drawing maggots adding to the site. Any of you Vets out there that can tell me what’s going on I would appreciate your honest opinion. Freedom of the press is fine but don’t use American Veterans as carriers of what we died and fought against.

  6. Derek  April 15, 2011 at 2:30 pm

    It called seeking justice that has been deprived for so long to the Palestinian people. Stop playing the eternal victim.

  7. Derek  April 15, 2011 at 1:31 pm


  8. loveliberty  April 13, 2011 at 2:11 am

    Amy……….You are right on the money!…..Stay strong!

  9. Gordon Duff  April 11, 2011 at 6:13 pm

    A bit of a neocon take on things. Egypt is cleaning house.
    Will Israel have the guts to do the same?

  10. rick  April 11, 2011 at 5:51 pm

    Israel is once again being used as a punching bag in typical Arab fashion.
    For Egypt it is to deflect from the fact that nothing has changed in Egypt.
    The thugs who moved on the Israeli embassy are a mass of unemployed who
    have no future due to the failings of Egyptian society. The removal of Mubarak
    is nothing more than symbolic – the military still runs the country. Food prices
    will continue to rise, huge unemployment with a very young demographic profile –
    there is little for Egypt to look forward to unless it evolves and assumes a progressive mentality.

    The mentality of those who have nothing to do but March on the Israeli embassy
    mirrors the face of the Muslim Brotherhood that is putting its repressive hopeless stamp
    on Egypt at this very moment. Pathetic, sad but true. Muslim fundamentalism requires
    an enemy to deflect from its dark emptiness.

  11. Gordon Duff  April 11, 2011 at 2:25 pm

    Dear “Susan”
    According to your IP Address:, you live in Tel Aviv and are posting this from an Israeli government account.

    What a shithead. We have seen this IP address so many times.

  12. Susan  April 11, 2011 at 2:19 pm

    I am appalled at the ignorance called BLIND HATRED and those of you who are educated above your intelligence! How many of you have actually been to Israel and have first hand experience with the Israelis/Jews there and the so-called Palestinians (aka arabs from Egypt and Jordan)? After reading all of your comments I am ashamed of how inhumane you human beings have become! Until you turn off the national and international news you fill your heads with (funded by arab oil money) and experience these people on both sides of the fence, NONE OF YOU have contributed anything that aspires to being an honest opinion based on first hand experience; it is all HOT AIR AND BAD BREATH!


  13. equalizer  April 11, 2011 at 9:53 am

    Dale, click on the following link:

    learn what your masters will expect of you…

  14. Peter Wakefield Sault  April 11, 2011 at 9:25 am

    I don’t recall the Palestinians granting the United Nations the right to give away their territory.

  15. earthling  April 11, 2011 at 6:23 am

    Despite the obvious tragedy that a small, manufactured country in the middle-east, propped up by the USA, acts in such a barbaric and disgusting fashion – it is heartening to read this article and comments and realise that not everyone is bought off by the lies in the mainstream media.

    The global community desperately needs to recognise israel and its zionist regime is nothing less than a terrorist pariah.

  16. Peter Wakefield Sault  April 10, 2011 at 7:47 pm

    Hence the need to keep Gaddafi in power – via a “ceasefire” – while seeming to protect the Libyan people. It would only take a small force harrassing Egypt’s western flank to divert a great deal of Egyptian resources away from any battle with Israel. It also puts NATO ships and planes in position to blockade Egypt. These advantages can be used to pressure Egypt to continue playing along with Israel.

  17. Peter Wakefield Sault  April 10, 2011 at 7:36 pm

    Thanks for the link, Gari. They’re all in some kind of secret club by the look of it and all the political posturing is just flimflam.

  18. Bill  April 10, 2011 at 6:50 pm

    And, in closing, no one wants to see the racial supremacist, narcississtic Zionists chased into the Med and drowned..not at all..Never..Of course, they’ll be picked-up by the US Navy and brought to NY or Fla or Ca or Ill. where they’ll only be harassed by bottle-rockets on July 4th…and if they get tired of that I suppose we can buy them Madagascar..Considering the subsidies they’ve gotten since ’48 it would be cheaper-and the weather is better than the Holy Land which the majority of them also have no historical connection to…I only worry that if they’re on an island by themselves the different factions will begin to tear each other to pieces…Oooh, wait a second…

  19. Bill  April 10, 2011 at 5:39 pm

    Alright, the Smoking Mirrors guy is a little out there sometimes..but he’ll make ya’ laugh.

  20. Bill  April 10, 2011 at 5:23 pm

    Quick. Go to the Smoking Mirrors blog at The King of Hell and Points in Hell for the Damned is the name of the article about Israhell..

  21. Bill  April 10, 2011 at 5:13 pm

    Dale I must repeat; as an American patriot what makes Israel worth defending? Is it the fact that Israel was created through relatively recent immigration ( mostly Khazars with no blood ties to Palestine ), terrorism, massacres and ethnic cleansing..Is that what does it for ya? Shades of Wounded Knee, huh? Or was it the LaVon Affair? Or was it their deliberate attack on the USS Liberty? Or maybe it was their constant espionage against us during and after the Cold War and their subsequent sales of their ill-gotten intell? Or maybe it was the bogus intell that they fed the willing whores in the Bush Admin to get us to destroy Iraq for them..Or maybe, just maybe, it was the Mossad/Mossad sayanim asset/rogue CIA false flag terror op aka 9-11, 20 yrs in the making, that they used to propel the naive goyim into Afghan/Iraq?

  22. Dale R. Suiter  April 10, 2011 at 3:32 pm


    Bias, me? No. I hate war. Very simple. Fools continue to create war. Includes Catholics, Protestants, Jews, Muslims, Hundu, Buddist and many, many others.

    Got a lot of diplomats on the planet Derek. Gaza has em. So does Israel. We do too in The United States of America. Tell me one time war was avoided this century. Why not start now. Folks in Gaza could stop lobbing mortar rounds at the Israeli Folks. Israeli Folks would stop retaliating and the killing could be put on hold.

    People that demean the destructive value of Islamic mortars from Gaza have not been on the receiving end of mortar rounds. Really an experience. Been through it Derek? Might try it to round out your world expereince. Chinese copies of the the good ole Soviet 122mm rocket are an intresting experience too. Lobben them from Gaza too and the Israeli Folks respond and everybody dies.

    I vote for Peace. Come on Peace Groups. Quit trashen America and stop a war.

    Best regards

    Dale R. Suiter

  23. B.A. Gilmore  April 10, 2011 at 3:07 pm

    I guess they would accept it gratefully since it wasn’t their land to begin with.

  24. Smiddy  April 10, 2011 at 2:56 pm

    hey Steve,

    a guy over at dissidentvoice has already researched the issue you bring up. I think he posted some articles there regarding it about maybe a year ago…

    but yeah, just why is yahoo hellbent on faking support for Isreal..?…

  25. Gordon Duff  April 10, 2011 at 12:12 pm

    Get an education. Your suppositions are bizarre and fanciful. You should be embarrassed. I know you are not. Have some pride. Figure it out.

  26. Scott  April 10, 2011 at 11:56 am

    I’ve never seen so many demented people in one place. Israel the aggressor? Israel displaced the Palestinians? The United Nations proposed the creation of two states in the region – one Jewish, one Arab. The Jews accepted it gratefully. The Arabs rejected it with a vengeance and declared war. And it’s been that way ever since, despite Israel STILL being the only side that has shown a willingness to make compromises for peace.

  27. Derek  April 10, 2011 at 11:12 am

    I am sure we all cannot be wrong about him. Lol.

  28. Derek  April 10, 2011 at 11:07 am

    Haven’t you heard of the anti-Christian legislature the Jews have pushed for beginning in 1899? Prayers were taken out of schools because of them. I remember asking you what you thought of Israel having a life raft from USS liberty on show as a “war trophy”. Even that, surely, must awaken you to the evil we are up against.

    Happy Holidays Dale (I darent say CHRISTmas in case it offends the anti-Christ lot).

  29. hareli  April 10, 2011 at 9:31 am

    its time the eqyptian people start being good EGYPTIANS instead of patsies for the usa and isreal.

    (1) The Feb 11, 2011 revolution was not about religion, and the Egyptians were clear about that,
    (2) Egypt is home to the Coptic religion (12 to 15 million), a Christian religion that dates back to Roman times.

  30. Dale R. Suiter  April 10, 2011 at 9:19 am




    Dale R. Suiter

  31. kelli  April 10, 2011 at 9:12 am

    I agree with Helen Thomas when she said they could have gone back home after WWII.

  32. Nelson_2008  April 10, 2011 at 9:09 am

    Dale R Suiter said: “Please get the profession correct! It goes…
    idiot – moron – imbecile – cretin”


    Well at least your assessment of yourself seems honest enough. I can’t argue with that.


    Dale R Suiter said: “Glad to have been of help.”


    Well thanks; although it’s undoubtedly obvious to most here, I do appreciate your candor.


    Dale R Suiter said: “I do wish you happiness and peace.”


    Does that mean you’re going to jump off a bridge or something? Or maybe at least stop posting your incoherent statist drivel here?

    Dale R. Suiter said: “Dale R. Suiter, B.S. A.Sc. A.G.S. –

    Further study graduate study – White Cloud University, Eastern Michigan University and one or two or 30 other assoicated plus certificates to hang on my ‘I love me wall’.”


    All that and you still don’t have a clue? How embarrassing.

  33. AR  April 10, 2011 at 9:02 am

    Now we’re getting somewhere.

  34. Derek  April 10, 2011 at 8:17 am

    Yeah I have noticed that as well so I never comment on yahoo anymore. They take comments that were made on old articles and just continue them on with the new “related” topics.

  35. Steve  April 10, 2011 at 7:06 am

    Yahoo is my home page, so I try to read their take on world events from time to time.I decided to post a comment on Friday in response to an article about the current conflict in Gaza.Scrolling down to the comments section I found that more than 237,000 comments had been posted to that article.Next day different article,same subjecct…more than 237,000 comments. This morning (Sunday),different article (dated today),same subject…you guessed it, more than 237,000 comments.Further investigation shows that these comments, which by the way are overwhelmingly pro-Israeli,are the same day after day.Apparently Yahoo, when dealing with this type of issue,(Gaza, Hamas,rocket attacks on Israel etc..)Just copies comments that were posted to previous news articles( Some posts go back at least to November 2010).This is dishonest at best, and I think is an attempt to discourage comments which don’t “toe the corporate line” on Israel. Bears some investigation …no?

  36. Dale R. Suiter  April 10, 2011 at 6:29 am


    I don’t know that Jews hate gentiles. People I’ve assoicated with that are Muslim were and are reasoned people. People I’ve assoicated with that are Jewish were and are reasoned people. Same holds true for Episcopals, Catholics, Baptists (except for Westboro types) and others.

    Ten percent of any group will be exhibit bias towards others. Hate is very powerful. It destroys many people. Israel and Gaza could do with much less hate.


    Dale R. Suiter

  37. Dale R. Suiter  April 10, 2011 at 6:19 am


    I prefer Mary Ellen Gruffey’s “Five Steps to Better Critical Thinking, Problem Solving, and Decision-Making Skills”.


    Dale R. Suiter

    Please note Ms. Gruffey’s work is copyrighted:
    Source: Mary Ellen Guffey, Business Communication: Process and Product, 2E (Cincinnati: South-Western College Publishing, 1996), Chapter 1. Copyright © 1998 by Mary Ellen Guffey

  38. Derek  April 10, 2011 at 6:14 am

    You have a bias toward Zionist occupied Palestine and in my eyes until you drop that bias you have no idea of right or wrong regardless of whatever you say.

  39. Dale R. Suiter  April 10, 2011 at 6:12 am


    Please get the profession correct! It goes…

    idiot – moron – imbecile – cretin

    Glad to have been of help.

    I do wish you happiness and peace.

    Dale R. Suiter, B.S. A.Sc. A.G.S. –

    Further study graduate study – White Cloud University, Eastern Michigan University and one or two or 30 other assoicated plus certificates to hang on my “I love me wall”.

  40. Bill  April 10, 2011 at 5:19 am

    Dale, respond to my original reply to your first comment..I asked what makes Israel worth defending fm an American patriot’s view and I gave several examples..I want you to address each and every damn one!

  41. Dale R. Suiter  April 10, 2011 at 4:04 am


    Site is titled “Veterans Today…” Which Veterans should have access to this site? Please tell me what points of view should be tolerated?

    Regarding the eternal Israeli & Palenstian war – people suffer. Moms in Gaza want to live in peace. Moms in Israel want to live in peace. Everyday people do not want war. Exceptions, sure. Most of us simply want to be left alone to live as we choose.

    Military organizations (with historical exceptions) do not create wars. Civiians and isms create wars. Hatred has a large part in creation of warfare.

    The venom and hatred expressed above is a racist rant. Racist rants – no matter to which “group” the rants are directed towards can not be corrected. Bias is a state of mind – difficult to overcome for most racist people. Jewish racism, Muslim racism, Baptist “I hate America” racism and all the other racisms perpetuate many of our planets wars.

    Communists hate capitalists. Capitalist hate communists. Facists hate everybody and the killing and mutilations go on for infinity. Nobody wins.


    Dale R. Suiter

  42. Derek  April 10, 2011 at 3:53 am

    Youre the type who cannot see the forest through the trees. Annoying troll who always needs to have the last word. How on earth did you become a “correspondent” for the best site on the planet?

  43. Derek  April 10, 2011 at 3:38 am

    I understand what you are thinking but Allies only have a certain amount of soldiers. We cannot be everywhere where synagogue of satan wants us.

  44. Bill  April 10, 2011 at 3:09 am

    Go read the Talmud during the Fox “News” commercial breaks…wake-up and smell the coffee Dale..don’t go away, just get more of your brain cells to fire-up and say something worth hearing.

  45. Derek  April 10, 2011 at 2:09 am

    Amen to you and Mr Niceguy. That Dale Suiter is a troll beyond redemption.

  46. kraqus  April 9, 2011 at 11:34 pm

    Mr. Dale R. Suiter,


    From an Independent NOT your left wing type…. 😉

  47. Ardeschier  April 9, 2011 at 11:14 pm

    You seem to be blind to the hatered jews have for the gentiles.

  48. Marc  April 9, 2011 at 10:32 pm

    Let me remind you what Oscar Wilde said: “Be careful what you wish for, it might come true.” …and they’ll all end up in your state. Then what you gonna do??

  49. Ardeschier  April 9, 2011 at 10:13 pm

    By this reasoning, United States should not get involved in israeli-Palestinian conflict either .nothing good has come for United States. In fact we should cut off all the aides to israel and see how long they’ll last, and how quickly they’ll come to the peace table.

  50. AR  April 9, 2011 at 9:42 pm

    So how will this honor be regained? War?

  51. Dale R. Suiter  April 9, 2011 at 9:18 pm

    Hello Folks:

    1. Regarding banning me from Veterans Today: May be done at the pleasure of Veterans Today. Their call.

    2. Guess I was correct regarding hate, huh?


    Dale R. Suiter

  52. equalizer  April 9, 2011 at 7:55 pm

    …”and raised big posters of al Aqsa mosque-temple mount in Jerusalem.”

    See: Dr. Ernest L. Martin, “The Temples That Jerusalem Forgot”

    On November 16, 2010 I sent Gordon Duff an email discussing Dr. Martin’s controversial work. His other book about Bethlehem states that Jesus’s birthday was SEPTEMBER 11.

    On November 17, 2010 I was poisoned with barium and cesium—radioisotopes.

  53. Erica Stuart  April 9, 2011 at 7:43 pm

    The best think the US can do now is to keep silent. In our global world it has become common for the people to protest event abroad they do not like and find unjust, we are in a way in a global democracy. The US is now standing on the edge of potential peaceful and friendly relation with a broader spectrum if people and Nations that was possible not long ago under Bush position. We need to cultivate this peace to save our own country from the economic disaster and long wars in which we found ourselves.

    Unless brutal attacks are use we hope our Representatives and our President and Secretary, will refrain from condemning what so far are feeling based on past incidents and allow all people to express their opinion.

  54. equalizer  April 9, 2011 at 7:31 pm

    Queen Isabella II

  55. equalizer  April 9, 2011 at 7:26 pm

    ps. tho I do give bollyn credit for displaying the manifest which shows eric holder and warburgs “cozying up” on a vacation.

    Maybe the firemen in new york should be looking into warburgs/holders “agenda” (DOJ), which seeks to force the FDNY into employing candidates with a 30% passing score.

  56. vinnie  April 9, 2011 at 7:20 pm

    Israhell a bunch of back stabbing, lunatic bastards. i wish the people of Egypt would over run the Embassy, arrest all the embessy employees, and the crap ass IS–RA-HELL AMBASSADOR, AND TRY THESE BASTARDS FOR WAR CRIMES AGAINST PALESTINE AND THE PALESTINE PEOPLE.( GO FOR IT ) all ARABS need to unite and over run the zionist bastard jews. GAZA IS PALESTINE LAND. ( NOT ZIONIST JEWISH )

  57. equalizer  April 9, 2011 at 7:14 pm

    Ask Michael Collins Piper, Mike.

  58. equalizer  April 9, 2011 at 7:09 pm

    Blah, blah, blah; Mike…

  59. equalizer  April 9, 2011 at 7:00 pm

    Ben Bernanke should be arrested and held as a material witness until he spills his guts about WHO ended up with the Americans tax dollars (TARP ponzi scheme).

  60. equalizer  April 9, 2011 at 6:54 pm

    Maybe the “holders” of the “vast mineral wealth” will end up in Siberia instead.

  61. equalizer  April 9, 2011 at 6:50 pm

    Garibaldi, this post (scroll down to read about Gaddafi’s zionist entanglement) is “chilling”…

  62. Bill  April 9, 2011 at 6:47 pm

    Dale you need to read an article posted by Makow ” The Zionist Billionaires Who Control Public Discourse” at From the Soros’ and Newhouses’ on the “Left” to the Murdoch’s and Koch’s on the “right”..they agree on more than they disagree. From the bs official version of 9-11 to the necessity of this privately owned central bank aka “the Fed” “free” trade and relatively open borders to the separation of Church and State ( for ALL countries except Israel ) to the official bs version of the CIA/Mossad-Meyer Lansky hit on JFK to gay rights ( given the recent predictable collapse of DADT and Ann Coulter speaking to the Log Cabin folks ) bank bailouts to the holohoax to total support of Israel…they control both sides to control the parameters of the debate. And, for the most part, they do.

  63. equalizer  April 9, 2011 at 6:40 pm

    BDS-boycott, divestment and sanction

  64. equalizer  April 9, 2011 at 6:38 pm


  65. Bill  April 9, 2011 at 6:29 pm

    This isn’t a left-right issue Dale..In fact, as an American patriot, what makes Israel worth defending? Is it the terrorism, massacres and ethnic cleansing of the Palestinians fm Apr ’48 ’til now? Or is it the LaVon Affair? Or perhaps the CIA/Mossad-Meyer Lansky takeout of JFK? Or perhaps their constant spying on us during and after the Cold War and subsequent sale of their ill-gotten intell? Or perhaps it was the bogus intell that got us to destroy Iraq for them? Or maybe, just maybe, it was the Mossad/Mossad sayanim asset/rogue CIA false-flag terror op. aka 9-11? Yeah, did that really impress you Dale? I mean hey, they couldn’t have gotten the naive goyim into Iraq and Afghanistan without it? Please tell us Dale..

  66. equalizer  April 9, 2011 at 6:29 pm

    Dale, I agree with you; the israeli’s MUST live…behind an inpenetrable wall, without one more thin American dime…so no other innocent blood is shed.

  67. equalizer  April 9, 2011 at 6:24 pm

    Amy, I applaud your eloquent summary of “life in Amerika”.

  68. george beres  April 9, 2011 at 6:14 pm

    Finally, Israel will reap the whirlwind it has sown by its devastation of Palestine. Israel has been protected by Middle East puppet dictators of the United States. Those days seem to be over. Israel now will face the destruction it has created on defenseless Palestinians. – George Beres

  69. From Tokyo  April 9, 2011 at 6:05 pm

    Suiter needs a class on critical thinking. That’ll fix him.

  70. Smiddy  April 9, 2011 at 6:01 pm

    A very eloquent article…. a great team Mr Duff has put together.

  71. From Tokyo  April 9, 2011 at 6:01 pm

    i haven’t found anything stating that the govt made such an announcement. But, if you ask the typical natives here, they’re mainly indifferent, but support freedom of the Palestinians. If you ask the atypical natives (informed ones), they’re all (my experience) supportive, to a man. You likely know well that the J-govt is connected at the hip with the US. They follow suit here.

  72. Nelson_2008  April 9, 2011 at 5:48 pm

    Idiots. Hope that helps.

  73. Nelson_2008  April 9, 2011 at 5:47 pm

    Well, Mr. Niceguy, I think you’re too much of a nice guy.

    The content of his post shows that he’s not just “uninformed”; rather, he’s completely delusional.

    Please don’t waste your time trying to explain anything to him, as he’s profoundly mentally and morally defective. There’s no reasoning with him whatsoever.

  74. Virg  April 9, 2011 at 5:34 pm

    Excellent article! I just wish American had the fortitude the Egyptians have to stand up to the Zionists in our government.
    The Protocols of the Learned Elders of Zion (which Zionist claim is a forgery) says:


    17. By such measure we shall obtain the power of destroying little by little, step by step, all that at the outset when we enter on our rights, we are compelled to introduce into the constitutions of States to prepare for the transition to an imperceptible abolition of every kind of constitution, and then the time is come to turn every form of government into OUR DESPOTISM.

    18. The recognition of our despot may also come before the destruction of the constitution; the moment for this recognition will come when the peoples, utterly wearied by the irregularities and incompetence – a matter which we shall arrange for – of their rulers, will clamor: “Away with them and give us one king over all the earth who will unite us and annihilate the causes of disorders – frontiers, nationalities, religions, State debts – who will give us peace and quiet which we cannot find under our rulers and representatives.”


    20. But if we give the nations of the world a breathing space the moment we long for is hardly likely ever to arrive.

  75. Garibaldi  April 9, 2011 at 4:51 pm

    Was that a question, Sault? If it was, let there be no question about it, here’s all the “evidence” you’ll ever need-

  76. Peter Wakefield Sault  April 9, 2011 at 4:30 pm

    Please evaporate, ARsehole.

  77. Peter Wakefield Sault  April 9, 2011 at 4:28 pm

    I realize that the concept of ‘honor’ is lost on a Jew but that is what the Egyptian people will regain by opposing the Jewish atrocities being committed on their doorstep. They know that once Israel has eaten Gaza it will set its sights on Egypt anyway.

  78. Ken O'Keefe  April 9, 2011 at 4:26 pm


  79. Peter Wakefield Sault  April 9, 2011 at 4:24 pm

    Israel and Libya playing together? Can you produce any evidence to support what sounds like a wild claim given Gaddafi’s expressed distrust of Israel.

  80. Moshe  April 9, 2011 at 3:57 pm

    The Jews have acted collectively towards the final stages of the Protocols of Elders of Zion, even the meanest intelligence can see that it has come true word for word, its even matched by their Talmudic predictions, the media, the banks, pretty much everything has come under their corrosive influence. Think for one second about the stuxnet virus, released into the wild across the world by Israel to damage nuclear reactors, how s that a selfish act of state terror? They are a global criminal network (not even semites) and as they predict, all remaining goy will be slaves to Jews, the world gov is planned to be in Jerusalem. Read and learn, and look at the world around you, say Ben Bernanke? Running an agenda? Alan Greenspan? in fact any Jew with any power, have acted COLLECTIVELY against all of us.

  81. Paul  April 9, 2011 at 3:38 pm

    Go snivelling back to your precious Israel.

  82. 560  April 9, 2011 at 3:08 pm


    Is it true that the Japanese announced they would recognize Palestinian Statehood?

  83. James  April 9, 2011 at 2:51 pm

    Withdraw to your 1967 borders you neighbours from hell. If you do so, the entire world will protect you. If you do not, reap the whirlwind. The ursuers will feel the keen edge regardless.

  84. AR  April 9, 2011 at 2:34 pm

    Economic warfare – Please elaborate.

  85. AR  April 9, 2011 at 2:25 pm

    Yes but their demands according to Dr. Ashraf Ezzat are: “Embassy Closure and Withdrawal from The Camp David Accords”

    People who care for Egypt should hope this foolish protest will die down in the next few days and not grow into a second Tahrir square or something like that.

    Nothing good will come for Egypt if it will get itself involved in the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.

  86. mrg  April 9, 2011 at 2:11 pm

    Thank you for the news that doesn’t make the news. hell even in washington state where there are thousands of protesters it got very little coverage. they’re protesting about bank/corporate tax breaks to the tune of 8 billion dollars a year! i digress to hear that eygpt is standing with the oppressed palastinians is very welcome and heartening our country must stop the brutal preemptive attacks on civians in the middle east as well! obama is now headed to the status of war criminal by acting like a freaking king and pissing on our constitution and once again as bush did and made our congress irrelevent and into a pack of muted eunochs.

  87. Peter Wakefield Sault  April 9, 2011 at 2:06 pm

    This only confirms my suspicions about the real reason for what is happening in Libya. This is exactly what the zionists feared would happen if their man in Cairo was deposed. The “NATO” action in Libya will put US-controlled armor on Egypt’s western flank. When war breaks out between Egypt and Israel, as it inevitably will given the invariant nature of Israeli intransigence, Israel’s puppets will attack Egypt from on that flank. This is the same tactic used in preparation for the impending attack on Iran – to occupy both flanks, to surround it on all sides in order to isolate it. Even Iran itself is only a steeping stone, for the real target is Russia and the vast mineral wealth of Siberia.

  88. AR  April 9, 2011 at 1:54 pm

    What’s your problem?

  89. Nelson_2008  April 9, 2011 at 1:31 pm

    Didn’t take your meds today Dale, you senile old fart you?

    I guess the staff at the nursing home or psych ward (or wherever it is you’re institutionalized) aren’t keeping an eye on you?


  90. Dave - Ottawa, Canada -  April 9, 2011 at 1:20 pm

    For decades Israel’s has had an arrangement with Moammar Gadhafi and his highly mechanized military to pose a direct threat to Egypt’s west flank. This arrangement has been Israel’s mechanism of control over Egypt. As Libya collapses into a failed state so does Israel’s mechanism of control over Egypt. I wonder what will come next.

  91. Ken Rechtstein  April 9, 2011 at 10:45 am

    Thanks Dr Ashraf for reporting on this event and telling about the Israeli killing and maiming for life of the 130 Egyptian primary school children at Bahr-Al-Bakar, resulting in 30 innocent children assassinated and most of the others crippled for life physically and emotionally.

    Well, the spontaneous reaction to the newly regained solidarity with the Palestinian People is one of empathy and cheers that the Egyptians had discovered what is RIGHT and what was WRONG under the reign of Hosni Mubarak.

    My lecture of the events is that Israel either staged the unfolding events (“rational about the mortar attacks from Gaza” and the “new attack on the Gazans”) KNOWING what the reaction in Egypt would be.

    From there the Zion Talmudic Mafia Dons would pick up the TREAD and build a new rational to the advantage of said Mafia and to promote new aggressions and territorial conquest.

    What works and the only thing that will work for the Goyim, including the Egyptians-Iranians-Americans is to device plans-means-agenda to free themselves from the tricks-gimmicks-false flag ops and irrational rationale of the self proclaimed “Chosen Ones”. That is what is needed and a concrete agenda to carry out CONCRETE ACTION PLANS… All the rest is pure BlaBlaBla… leads nowhere.

  92. Rudy  April 9, 2011 at 10:41 am

    I’m as interested in justice as I am in peace, Mr. Suiter. Israel will go on expanding as much as possible, stealing more Palestinian land, regardless of how peacefully Palestinians and other Arabs behave toward Israel. The Oslo accords, among other things, bought Israel more time to expand settlements. Putting more pressure on Israel is essential, so more Egyptian involvement in the Palestinian cause would be extremely welcome. I don’t see why it should be considered a negative. I do think that military confrontation of Israel is pretty hopeless and counter-productive. Economic warfare is key here.

    Israel’s days are numbered, and I am happy for that.

  93. Mr. Niceguy  April 9, 2011 at 10:03 am

    The content of your comment immediately shows you to be, at best, uninformed. Anyone who has spent any amount of time reading honestly on the region knows who is victor and who is victim in the Palestine/Israel situation. There is not enough space to explain to you your distortions of reality, I will simply say this: without doubt it can be said that there is hate on all sides, however the instigator is always Israel, and indeed the conflict began with the invasion and ethnic cleansing of the Palestinian homeland. Whether or not governments recognized this people as sovereign, they were and are, much like the Jews claim to be. As an American I find it hard and sometimes impossible to not think terrible thoughts about Israelis and Jews, but I know in my heart that as soon as you stoop to violence or raw blind hatred, then “the empire has already won” (obi-wan ken obi). that being said, there should be a complete boycott of all things Israeli and kosher until the Palestinian people are satisfied ( all of them), and the perpetrators of 9/11, 7/7, Mumbai, Bali, etc. Are brought to swift justice. We really need to take a breath as a planet, and just take a good look at ourselves, and simply use what we have inside ourselves to finally end mankind’s civil war. If human rights are denied to any, they are truly non-existent for all. Nepotism is acceptable, the slaughtering of my countrymen (9/11) is not; either the Israeli populace demands it’s government make the necessary changes, or we need to explore other options, violence always being the last.

  94. Garibaldi  April 9, 2011 at 10:02 am

    “Let’s hope these thousands of protestors infront of the Israeli embassy don’t represent the entire Egyptian people, because if they are, Egypt is in a lot of trouble…”
    Looks to me like they’re representing the PALESTINIAN people, AR-

  95. AR  April 9, 2011 at 9:45 am

    “Demands: Embassy Closure and Withdrawal from The Camp David Accords in Wake of Renewed Attacks on Gaza.”

    Let’s hope these thousands of protestors infront of the Israeli embassy don’t represent the entire Egyptian people, because if they are, Egypt is in a lot of trouble.

    The Doctor who wrote this “brilliant” piece and the People (except Dale) who commented to it are blinded by their hatred to Israel to realize what’s best for Egypt. They might as well join the Israeli HASBARA, It could sure use their help.

  96. Gary Walker  April 9, 2011 at 9:21 am

    Yes Dale, I for one will admit that I now have come to the point that I hate Israel, just as I hate injustice, murder, torture and lying. “I hate them with a perfect hatred.” – Psalm 139:22

    I did not always hate Israel, and I do not like hating Israel. I hate, hate, but here it is. I am human, and after reading about the crimes and arrogance of Israel for over 20 years (starting with Chomski) now, I am in this sad state of being. I wish that Israel would come back down to earth, retrieve their humanity, and exorcise this hatred from my being. I am keeping hope alive.


  97. Mary  April 9, 2011 at 8:32 am

    “the Israeli embassy’s lights were almost turned off with the Israeli flag kept as unapparent and way out of sight as possible.” Isn’t that what rats do when they are in your barn? On your property? They act as they always do when the light of truth is allowed to be exposed; they hide in the dark. Very telling…

  98. Dale R. Suiter  April 9, 2011 at 8:30 am

    The hate and killing goes on and on and on and on.

    Any of you left wing types interested in allowing people to live in peace? How many Israeli people need to die, all of them before you are sated?

    How many people living in Gaza need die before people stop killing each other. My bet is the killing will go on.

    Where are the Peace Now types? Look at what you people write. It is pure hate.

    In disgust

    Dale R. Suiter

  99. kelli  April 9, 2011 at 8:21 am

    Great comments everyone! Let this be the beginning of the end of Israel.

  100. Deborah  April 9, 2011 at 8:08 am

    I am so happy to hear that Egypt will stand with Palestine. Israel is a disease country with diseased “people” largely. I pray for strength and courage against the monsters of the planet. The hatred from Israeli’s is barbaric and contagious. I do believe it is time the planet places a moratorium on these death flies. May God give you strength.

  101. Amy Aremia  April 9, 2011 at 8:04 am

    Hopefully more of the world will wake up to the true, and obvious facts as to who the aggressors really are…While Israel uses nuclear weapons, the Palestinians have only their rockets; so who would be the aggressor?????
    Since the Camp David Accord, (1979) the US government has been paying more than 1 Billion dollars a year to bribe Egypt to stay “friendly” with Israel…

    Time to stop this nearly 6 Billion given to these two countries—plus all the other Billions sent to other countries around the world in direct foreign aid. Keeping these giva-away Billions at home would be a great slash in deficit spending of money we must borrow from China, or have the Federal Reserve System print more money out of nothing and then charge the government interest; this practice is so unrealistic that many simply not believe our government can be such traitors to use the peoples’ tax burden and give Billions away to countries that hate the US.
    Time for Congress to take its responsibility for the Federal Reserve System, which is not at all Federal but a private banking institution owned by foreign bankers, to whom the government pays interest for their bogus printing of our money,is one of the biggest deficits in the budget that can be easily eliminated.
    The elections in 2012 are most important if we are to remain a Constitutional Republic…and that will only succeed if every Congressional District concentrates on finding a truly patriotic American who will put our country first, and by doing so will send off the foreign inflitrators bribing Congressmen/women into running our government for the good of other nations…pushing for a one world global government; which will not encourage equality or freedom…for all to be “equal” is impossible, and will only lead to “unthinking slavery”.
    One cannot be enslaved if it becomes apparent too soon, yet all the signs are there, beginning with the restriction of freedom of speeh and thought that is taking over the civilized western world.
    The world must also wake up to the fact that one small country, which most countires consider illegal, has such a solid grip on the world.

  102. AS  April 9, 2011 at 7:49 am

    good start…

  103. Glenn  April 9, 2011 at 7:47 am

    The people of Egypt have found their voice, and will now use it to great effect. Awesome!

  104. Falesteeni  April 9, 2011 at 7:46 am

    Yes, yes my Egyptian brothers, “Maser Um al dunyah”

  105. about time  April 9, 2011 at 7:38 am

    its time the eqyptian people start being good muslims instead of patsies for the usa and isreal.

  106. Derek  April 9, 2011 at 7:11 am

    Fantastic. Good on you Egypt!

  107. Brenna  April 9, 2011 at 6:57 am

    I LOVE this article! Thank you for your truthful description of Israeli antics. Let us stop funding their war machine now!

  108. From Tokyo  April 9, 2011 at 6:54 am

    I am so proud of the Egyptian people. Freedom to Palestine.

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