Stephen Harper’s recent Israel visit gets predictable Muzi response

Side note: Harper’s government just refused to take any “palestinian refugees” into Canada; KUDOS!

Now, if only he’d block ALL holy mobster criminals (aka “muslims”) from coming here, and throw the ones already here back out!

😉

From here, and here:

Arab Journalists Claim Harper’s Bodyguards Assaulted Them

Published: January 20th, 2014

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Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper with Palestinian Authority Chairman Mahmoud Abbas in Ramallah.

Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper with Palestinian Authority Chairman Mahmoud Abbas in Ramallah. Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper with Palestinian Authority Chairman Mahmoud Abbas in Ramallah. Photo Credit: Issam Rimawi/Flash90 Palestinian Authority journalists accused bodyguards of visiting Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper of assaulting them during coverage of his trip the Church of the nativity in Bethlehem on Monday. An agreement had been made that the media would follow Harper into the church, according to the Bethlehem-based Ma’an News Agency. A cameraman said that the after Harper went inside, the bodyguards blocked the Palestinian Authority journalists, punching one journalists in the face and hitting another with a metal object. The Palestinian Union of Journalists urged its members to boycott the rest of Harper’s visit. No confirmation of the alleged assault was reported by any other news outlet.Quel Surprise! Muslim Arabs are know for making shit up to blame their victims with fabricated slander.
 …and:
Arab MKs Heckle Harper in Knesset
Like him or not, Netanyahu is a master of making mincemeat of Arabs MKs who heckled Prime Minister Harper. By: Tzvi Ben-Gedalyahu Published: January 21st, 2014Read more at: http://www.jewishpress.com/news/arab-mks-heckle-harper-in-knesset-video/2014/01/21/
Like him or not, Netanyahu is a master of making mincemeat of Arabs MKs who heckled Prime Minister Harper.
By: Tzvi Ben-Gedalyahu Published: January 21st, 2014
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Two Arab Knesset Members heckled Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu and visiting Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper until they finally stormed out of the chamber during Harper’s speech to the Knesset Monday. The heckling started when Netanyahu spoke to Harper from the Knesset podium and called Canada a great ally. Netanyahu explained to Harper how Israel’s parliament works and that Knesset Members can scream as much as they like in the Knesset, something that “is not possible in Damascus and other places.” MK Ahmed Tibi played right into Netanyahu’s hands and said out loud in English while pointing to his colleague MK Talab Abu-Arar, “There is no water or electricity in his village. Perhaps in Syria they have such things.” (By the way, MK Talan Abu-Arar does have water and electricity in both his home and village. And satellite dishes, an air conditioner, and two wives!). Netanyahu, speaking in Hebrew so everyone in the Knesset would understand, said in reply, “I haven’t found that our Arab friends in Israel want to separate from the State of Israel. Everyone wants to live here.” Knesset Speaker Yule Edelstein ended the entertainment, which Harper seemed to be enjoying, by telling Tibi, “Your message is clear, You don’t have to thank anyone for your right to speak. Switching to English and addressing Harper, Netanyahu said, “I think I have my point about Israeli democracy. That was easy.” In his speech, Harper said that condemnation of Israel is represents a “new strain” of anti-Semitism. “We have witnessed, in recent years, the mutation of the old disease of anti-Semitism and the emergence of a new strain,” he said, The Arabs MKs did not wait around very long and walked out during Harper’s speech, which was so pro-Zionist one wonders if it was not written by a modern day Ben Gurion. The Canadian Prime Minister said, “The friendship between us is rooted in history, nourished by shared values, and it is intentionally reinforced at the highest levels of commerce and government as an outward expression of strongly held inner convictions… During Canada’s mission to Afghanistan, our use of Israeli-built reconnaissance equipment saved the lives of Canadian soldiers…. We have also periodically made terrible mistakes as in the refusal of our government in the 1930s to ease the plight of Jewish refugees…. “ I would argue, support today for the Jewish state of Israel is more than a moral imperative; it is also of strategic importance, also a matter of our own, long-term interests…. “As you, Prime Minister [Netanyahu], have said, when Palestinians make peace with Israel, Israel will not be the last country to welcome a Palestinian state as a new member of the United Nations — it will be the first. “Sadly, we have yet to reach that point…. “Canada finds it deplorable that some in the international community still question the legitimacy of the existence of the State of Israel. “Our view on Israel’s right to exist as a Jewish state is absolute and non-negotiable. “Second, Canada believes that Israel should be able to exercise its full rights as a UN member-state and to enjoy the full measure of its sovereignty…. “Third, we refuse to single out Israel for criticism on the international stage. “Now I understand, in the world of diplomacy, with one, solitary, Jewish state and scores of others, it is all too easy ‘to go along to get along’ and single out Israel. “People who would never say they hate and blame the Jews for their own failings or the problems of the world, instead declare their hatred of Israel and blame the only Jewish state for the problems of the Middle East. … “Most disgracefully of all, some openly call Israel an apartheid state. “Think about that. “Think about the twisted logic and outright malice behind that: a state, based on freedom, democracy and the rule of law, that was founded so Jews can flourish, as Jews, and seek shelter from the shadow of the worst racist experiment in history, that is condemned, and that condemnation is masked in the language of anti-racism. “It is nothing short of sickening. “But this is the face of the new anti-Semitism… “Neither Israel’s existence nor its policies are responsible for the instability in the Middle East today. “One must look beyond Israel’s borders to find the causes of the relentless oppression, poverty and violence in much of the region, of the heartbreaking suffering of Syrian refugees, of sectarian violence and the fears of religious minorities, especially Christians, and of the current domestic turmoil in so many states.,,, “I believe that a Palestinian state will come, and one thing that will make it come is when the regimes that bankroll terrorism realize that the path to peace is accommodation, not violence…. “In the democratic family of nations, Israel represents values which our government takes as articles of faith, and principles to drive our national life. “And therefore, through fire and water, Canada will stand with you.”

SIMILARLY, FROM THE OTTAWA CITIZEN today:

JERUSALEM — Prime Minister Stephen Harper Monday warned that a dangerous new form of anti-Semitism has emerged and said the globe has a moral and strategic objective to rally around Israel as a haven for Jews.

Even as Harper delivered the message in a historic speech to the Knesset, Israel’s legislature of elected politicians, two Knesset members heckled him, then walked out. The two hecklers — Ahmad Tibi and Talab Abu Arar — are Arab Israelis who are members of the same party, which has four seats in the 120-seat Knesset. Tibi has in the past called on Canadians to boycott companies and products linked to Israeli towns built in the West Bank and other occupied lands.

In response to the brief protest, the rest of the Knessett repeatedly and enthusiastically applauded Harper.

It is the first time a Canadian prime minister has spoken to the assembly.

In his wide-ranging, bluntly worded address, Harper made it clear why his government has formulated a pro-Israel policy.

“Those who often begin by hating the Jews, history shows us, end up hating anyone who is not like them,” said Harper.

“Those forces, which have threatened the state of Israel every single day of its existence and which, today, as 9-11 graphically showed us, threaten us all.”

“And so either we stand up for our values and our interests here in Israel and stand up for the existence of a free, democratic and distinctively Jewish state or the retreat of our values and our interests in the world will begin.”

Harper said Canada finds it “deplorable” that some in the international community still question the legitimacy of Israel’s existence.

“Our view on Israel’s right to exist as a Jewish state is absolute and non-negotiable.”

Harper said that he refuses to single out Israel for criticism on the international stage, arguing that such action is not a “balanced” approach to foreign policy, and is, in fact “weak and wrong.”

“We live in a world where that kind of moral relativism runs rampant. And in the garden of such moral relativism, the seeds of much more sinister notions can be easily planted.

“And so we have witnessed, in recent years, the mutation of the old disease of anti-Semitism and the emergence of a new strain.”

Harper said the old-anti-Semitism was “crude and ignorant, and it led to the horrors of the death camps” in Nazi Germany in the 1940s.

“Of course, in many dark corners, it is still with us. But, in much of the western world, the old hatred has been translated into more sophisticated language for use in polite society.

“People who would never say they hate and blame the Jews for their own failings or the problems of the world instead declare their hatred of Israel and blame the only Jewish state for the problems  of the Middle East.”

The prime minister added that whereas there was once a time when Jewish businesses were boycotted, some “civil-society leaders” now call for a boycott on Israel.

“On some campuses, intellectualized arguments against Israeli policies thinly mask the underlying realities such as the shunning of Israeli academics and the harassment of Jewish students.”

Harper said it is a disgrace that some people openly call Israel an apartheid state. He condemned the “twisted logic and outright malice” behind that attack.

“A state, based on freedom, democracy and the rule of law that was founded so Jews can flourish, as Jews, and seek shelter  from the shadow  of the worst racist experiment in history that is condemned, and that condemnation is masked in the language of anti-racism.”

“It is nothing short of sickening. It targets the Jewish people by targeting Israel and attempts to make the old bigotry acceptable for a new generation.”

Harper is in the Middle East for a week-long trip that will bring him to Israel, the West Bank and Jordan. He is meeting leaders in all those areas and is accompanied by a large delegation of cabinet ministers, Conservative backbench MPs, business leaders, and members of the Canadian Jewish community.

In his speech to the Knesset, he made it clear that although his government is pro-Israeli, it also favors a resolution to the long-standing conflict over land between the Israelis and Palestinians.

“Our commitment as Canadians to what is right, fair and just is a universal one. It applies no less to the Palestinian people, than it does to the people of Israel.

“Just as we unequivocally support Israel’s right of self-defence, so too Canada has long-supported a just and secure future  for the Palestinian people.

“We share with Israel a sincere hope that the Palestinian people and their leaders will choose a viable, democratic, Palestinian state, committed to living peacefully alongside the Jewish state of Israel.”

Meanwhile, Harper was critical of how Israel is routinely “targeted” at the United Nations, speaking of how in its 65-year history, the Israel has endured “attacks and slanders” and has never known a true day of peace.

“We understand that Israelis live with this impossible calculus: If you act to defend yourselves, you will suffer widespread condemnation, over and over again. But should you fail to act, you alone will suffer the consequence of your inaction and that consequence will be final — your destruction.

mkennedy@postmedia.com

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Who were the hecklers?

The two hecklers — Ahmad Tibi and Talab Abu Arar — are Arab Israelis who are members of the same party, which has four seats in the 120-seat Knesset.

Tibi is the deputy speaker of the Knesset. An Arab-Israeli, Tibi served for a time as an adviser to Palestinian leader Yasser Arafat and is one of 12 Arab members of the Knesset.

He has been extremely critical of the Israeli government’s activities in the West Bank and East Jerusalem, and openly flouted a law during a trip to Ottawa in 2012 banning Israelis from advocating a boycott of companies and products linked to settlements in those areas.

Tibi also accused the Harper government during that visit of essentially turning a blind eye to the settlements and Israel’s occupation of the West Bank and East Jerusalem.

“It seems that the Canadian government is not willing to differentiate between for example, products coming from settlements and products coming from Israel,” he told Postmedia News in an exclusive interview at that time.

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Sure he isn’t, Muzi! That’s why he just gave you holy mobsters another $66.6 million in Jizya “protection” racket “tax!”

Canada doles out $66M to ‘further ‘peace’

Mark Kennedy, Postmedia News

Published: Tuesday, January 21, 2014

Prime Minister Stephen Harper came to the West Bank Monday bearing gifts for the region’s Palestinians as part of a plan to foster “peace and stability.”

After meeting with Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas, Harper announced that Canada will provide $66 million to the West Bank and Gaza.

“Canada looks forward to a bright future for all Palestinians, one in which security and prosperity are enjoyed in a viable and democratic Palestinian state,” Harper said in a prepared statement.

“The support we are providing today will advance those goals by furthering the peace process, generating jobs and economic growth through private-sector partnerships, and helping to further advance security and justice sector reforms.”

However, the government was vague on exactly how the money will be spent, and there were indications that the funds might actually be a decrease from previous years’ assistance. Over the past several years, Canada provided a total of $300 million to the Palestinians. This latest $66 million in funding, on top of $30 million announced last year, will be stretched out over three to five years.

Last week, a leading Palestinian negotiator complained Canada had become “more Israeli than the Israelis.” But Abbas spoke diplomatically Monday about Canada, saying he appreciates the money it has given Palestinians and understands that Harper can take any position he wants on the region.

“Canada is a sovereign state and has the right to adopt the position it pleases,” said Abbas. “We hope that in future things will change.”

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