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  • The Scriptorium

    4/9/2008

    ‘U.S. partner’ carries out deadly border raid

    Filed under: — Jennifer Rast @ 7:03 pm

    I’ll never understand why Bush saw Abbas as a partner in peace with Israel. His Fatah party is no better than Hamas. It’s equally puzzling that the Israeli government chooses to look the other way and blame Hamas for terrorist attacks carried out by Fatah. What good is having a political party to negotiate with if they are ultimately going to kill your people.

    The military wing of Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas’ Fatah party today carried out a terrorist attack along with Hamas-linked gunmen who infiltrated Israel from the Gaza Strip and shot dead two Jewish civilians.

    The Israeli media largely painted Hamas as responsible for the attack even though Fatah and other groups took responsibility. The Israeli government blamed Hamas as well and vowed retaliation.

    The U.S. considers Fatah to be moderate. Prime Minister Ehud Olmert’s government has been holding regular negotiations with Abbas’ officials in line with last November’s U.S.-backed Annapolis Summit, which seeks to create a Fatah-led Palestinian state by the end of the year.

    “We see in Hamas a complete and central figure in this attack, and we put direct blame on them,” said Israeli government spokesman Mark Regev of today’s attack. “Hamas will pay the full price on this aggressiveness.”

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    Hamas confirms plan to meet Jimmy Carter

    Filed under: — Jennifer Rast @ 6:56 pm

    Leave it to Carter to meet with a terrorist leader responsible for scores of Jewish deaths. It sickens me that he calls himself a Christian.

    he Hamas terrorist organization has confirmed to WND plans are in the works for former President Jimmy Carter to meet the chief of Hamas on a trip this month to Syria.

    Sources in the Gaza Strip office of Ismail Haniyeh, the deposed prime minister of the Hamas-led Palestinian government, confirmed Hamas is in talks with Carter’s representatives about setting up a meeting during his trip, scheduled for later this month.

    The Hamas sources said no concrete date has been set but that Carter has expressed interest in meeting Hamas chieftain Khaled Meshaal, who resides in Syria.

    In a statement to Fox News today, Carter’s press secretary, Deanna Congileo, did not deny the former president was slated to meet Meshaal.

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    Teacher spills beans about Islamic classes

    Filed under: — Jennifer Rast @ 6:34 pm

    Here’s further proof that the unconstitutional policy of “separation of church and state” in our public schools is only enforced when it comes to Christianity. In Minnesota, a public school is openly operating as an Islamic school, complete with mandatory Islamic prayer, and Quranic studies after school that are not optional. Yet, the ACLU has seen no problem with this use of tax dollars to teach religion in school. Only after a substitute teacher called attention to the schools curriculum, did the ACLU begin an investigation. If Christian pastors had been offering prayers at assemblies and holding Bible studies at the end of the day, you can bet the ACLU would be screaming that the religious right is taking over the country and establishing a theocracy.

    A Minnesota teacher who substituted for two fifth-grade classes at a publicly funded school located in the same building as an Islamic mosque says religion appears to be a significant focus of the education.

    Amanda Getz of Bloomington, Minn., told a columnist for the Minneapolis Star-Tribune her duties at Tarek ibn Ziyad Academy in Inver Grove Heights included taking students to the bathroom, four at a time, to perform “their ritual washing.”

    Then, the teacher told columnist Katherine Kersten, “teachers led the kids into the gym, where a man dressed in white with a white cap, who had been at the school all day,” was preparing to lead prayer.

    Beside him, another man “was prostrating himself in prayer on a carpet as the students entered,” the teacher said.

    The Star-Tribune previously documented that the charter high school for kindergarten through eighth-grade students is named after a Muslim warlord, shares the address of the Muslim American Society of Minnesota, is led by two imams, is composed almost exclusively (99 percent) of blacks and has as its top goal to preserve “our values.”

    And it’s all funded by the taxpayers of Minnesota. . . . .

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    4/2/2008

    U.S. Diplomats Forecast Nuclear Arms Race in Middle East if Iran Gets the Bomb

    Filed under: — Jennifer Rast @ 9:27 pm

    This is a scary thought. The Council on Foreign Relations has warned that when Iran gets the bomb, it will likely set off a nuclear arms race among Islamic nations in the Middle East. It makes sense, however, in light of the prophesied Islamic invasion of Israel that will coincide with the start of the Tribulation. It’s interesting that many of the nations the Bible says will be involved in the attack, are the same ones now admitting that they will likely pursue their own nuclear weapons programs if Iran gets nukes.

    Saudi Arabia most likely would develop nuclear weapons if Iran acquires them, according to a report to the Senate Foreign Relations Committee.

    High-level American diplomats in Riyadh with excellent access to Saudi decision-makers said an Iranian nuclear weapon frightens the Saudis “to their core” and would compel the Saudis to seek nuclear weapons, the report said. The American diplomats were not identified.

    Turkey also would come under pressure to follow suit if Iran builds nuclear weapons in the next decade, said the report prepared by a committee staff member after interviewing hundreds of individuals in Washington and the Middle East last July through December.

    While Turkey and Iran do not see themselves as adversaries, Turkey believes a power balance between them is the primary reason for a peaceful relationship, the report said…..

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    Student Sues Wisconsin School After Getting a Zero for Religious Drawing

    Filed under: — Jennifer Rast @ 8:59 pm

    Freedom of speech doesn’t apply to Christian students, apparently. A Tomah High School student was given a zero on an art project because it had religious content…correction…Christian content in it. The teacher felt other student’s depictions of demons and satanic imagery were perfectly acceptable, proving that liberals don’t have a problem with religion in our schools. Islam, Satanism, and any other cult that opposes Christianity are welcome. Christians, however, must obey the unconstitutional, made up wall of separation between Church (Christianity) and State. Hypocritical liberal bias, as usual.

    A Tomah High School student has filed a federal lawsuit alleging his art teacher censored his drawing because it featured a cross and a biblical reference.

    The lawsuit alleges other students were allowed to draw “demonic” images and asks a judge to declare a class policy prohibiting religion in art unconstitutional.

    “We hear so much today about tolerance,” said David Cortman, an attorney with the Alliance Defense Fund, a Christian legal advocacy group representing the student. “But where is the tolerance for religious beliefs? The whole purpose of art is to reflect your own personal experience. To tell a student his religious beliefs can legally be censored sends the wrong message.”

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    Rice to blame for attempted attack against Jews?

    Filed under: — Jennifer Rast @ 8:48 pm

    In an effort to make a goodwill gesture to Abbas, and under pressure from Rice and the State Department, Israel took down some of the roadblocks that had been put in place to block terrorists from entering Israeli towns and launching terrorist attacks. Naturally, the Al Aqsa Martyrs Brigades terror group promptly tried to kidnap an Israeli at knife point. Israel seems to never learn that goodwill gestures made toward terrorists, just results in more terrorist attacks. Even more ridiculous is that this gesture was made while Hamas is launching rockets in to Israel on a daily basis. As usual, Israel is the only party required to meet their obligations under the Roadmap.

    The removal of a series of Israeli anti-terror roadblocks yesterday was overseen directly by the U.S. and was carried out under heavy pressure from Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice, defense officials in Jerusalem told WND.

    The removals also may have enabled an attempted terrorist attack against two Jewish civilians. The foiled attack yesterday, in the northern West Bank, was carried out just hours after Israel began lifting the roadblocks and was in an area where a major roadblock had been removed.

    Defense officials here strongly opposed the roadblock removals, saying the obstacles impede the mobility of terrorists. Palestinians complain the roadblocks also make it more difficult for them to travel throughout the West Bank. The majority of West Bank roadblocks were established in the late 1990′s following repeated terrorist attacks from the territory.

    In yesterday’s incident, an Israeli man shot and killed a Palestinian armed with a knife after he approached the Israeli and a teenager at a popular hitchhiking stop between the West Bank Jewish communities of Shiloh and Eli, about 20 miles from Jerusalem.

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