sábado, 31 de octubre de 2009

Hillary con Mahmoud Abbas

La Secretaria de Estado estadounidense Hillary Clinton también visitó al Presidente de la Autoridad Palestina Mahmoud Abbas, en su gira al Medio Oriente para acelerar el proceso de paz entre Israel y los Palestinos.

Hillary Clinton con Benjamín Netanyahu

Hillary Clinton viajó a Medio Oriente:
La agenda: Agilizar el proceso de paz entre Israel y Palestina.
En la foto con el Primer Ministro israelí Benjamín Netanyahu

Hillary Clinton con Ehud Barak

La Secretaria de Estado estadounidense Hillary Clinton se encuentra de nuevo en Israel para agilizar el proceso de paz entre Israel y Palestina.
En la foto con el Ministro de Defensa israelí Ehud Barak.

Mitchell de nuevo en Israel

El enviado estadounidense para Medio Oriente George Mitchell visitó de nuevo Israel y sostuvo pláticas con el Primer Ministro Benjamín Netanyahu sobre la paz con los palestinos.

miércoles, 28 de octubre de 2009

Atentado en Pakistán deja decenas de muertos y heridos

Una explosión de un coche-bomba en una concurrida calle de la ciudad de Peshawar, al noroeste de Pakistán, causó que se derrumbara un edificio y provocó un incendio que destruyó varias casas comerciales, además de decenas de muertos y heridos.
Este atentado, coincide con la visita de la Secretaria de Estado estadounidense Hillary Clinton, quien se encuentra en Islamabad en pláticas, para asegurar el arsenal atómico y fortalecer los lazos entre Pakistán y los Estados Unidos.

lunes, 26 de octubre de 2009

El Odio y el Desprecio a los Mexicanos en los Estados Unidos

"El Dzidzantunense" te ofrece este video que muestra la "Fiesta de Bienvenida" que le dan a los Mexicanos que se aventuran por allá.
"No vayas a Estados Unidos,
está mejor en México".

Leah Rabin: Netanyahu es un corrupto, mentiroso, un monstruo

Leah Rabin, siendo viuda de Yitzak Rabin, Ex-Primer Ministro de Israel, Premio Nobel de la Paz, escribió unas cartas en las que menciona al Primer Ministro Benjamín Netanyahu, como un corrupto, un mentiroso y un monstruo que está arruinando a Israel y llama a su gobierno una pesadilla.

Abbas: Con Netanyahu no hay paz

El Presidente de la Autoridad Palestina Mahmoud Abbas dijo al presidente Obama de los Estados Unidos que con Netanyahu no hay diálogo de paz.

domingo, 25 de octubre de 2009

Israel reabre el Paso de Al Jamala en Cis-Jordania

El Ejército de Israel reabrió uno de los principales puntos de acceso a Cis-Jordania, el Paso de Al Jamala, cerca de la ciudad de Yenín.
El Ministro de Defensa Israelí Ehud Barak, dijo que los árabes-israelíes podrán circular libremente por este paso, en cambio, los judíos de Israel no estarán autorizados a pasar y los palestinos de Cis-Jordania seguirán sometidos al Régimen de Permisos para acceder a territorio israelí, precisó.
El acto oficial será en dos semanas.

miércoles, 21 de octubre de 2009

Hoy Netanyahu 60 años

Hoy es el Cumpleaños del Anticristo Netanyahu.
60 Años.

Estados Unidos despenaliza el uso de Medical Marihuana en 14 Estados

El Presidente Obama por medio del Fiscal General Eric Holder, anuncia la Despenalización del Uso Terapéutico de la Marihuana en los 14 Estados Americanos en donde se permite con fines médicos, como son: Alaska, California, Colorado, Hawaii, Maine, Maryland, Michigan, Montana, Nevada, New Mexico, Oregon, Rhode Island, Vermont y Washington.

martes, 20 de octubre de 2009

Netanyahu cumple 60 años mañana

Mañana Miércoles 21 de Octubre es el Cumpleaños de Benjamín Netanyahu, Primer Ministro de Israel, 2009-2012.
Nació en Tel-Aviv, hace 60 años.

domingo, 18 de octubre de 2009

Tercer Tifón amenaza Filipinas

Un Tercer Tifón entraría a Filipinas, atravesando la Isla de Luzón, en el Norte. El Tifón Lupit (Ramil) traería intensas lluvias que provocarían serias inundaciones.

sábado, 17 de octubre de 2009

Alerta en Baja California Sur y Sinaloa, México, por Huracán Rick

Se formó el Huracán Rick en el Pacífico mexicano y amenaza a Baja California Sur y Sinaloa. Ahora es de Categoría 5.
El próximo Martes entraría a Los Cabos, según el Centro Nacional de Huracanes.

Reporte Goldstone de la ONU

La ONU presiona a Israel y a HAMAS con el Reporte Goldstone sobre los Crímenes de Guerra y Violaciones a los Derechos Humanos durante la pasada Operación de Guerra "Cast Lead".
Netanyahu menciona que los americanos y los europeos están usando el Reporte Goldstone para castigarlo por su rechazo al Congelamiento de los Asentamientos Judíos en Jerusalén y en Cis-Jordania.

Reporte Goldstone.- Resumen en Español, Formato pdf.

miércoles, 14 de octubre de 2009

Discurso Completo Netanyahu ONU 2009 Video

"El Dzidzantunense" te ofrece el video del Discurso de Benjamín Netanyahu, Primer Ministro de Israel, en Naciones Unidas 2009.

Mr. President, Ladies and Gentlemen...

Nearly 62 years ago, the United Nations recognized the right of the Jews, an ancient people 3,500 years-old, to a state of their own in their ancestral homeland. I stand here today as the Prime Minister of Israel, the Jewish state, and I speak to you on behalf of my country and my people.

The United Nations was founded after the carnage of World War II and the horrors of the Holocaust. It was charged with preventing the recurrence of such horrendous events. Nothing has undermined that central mission more than the systematic assault on the truth.

Yesterday the President of Iran stood at this very podium, spewing his latest anti-Semitic rants. Just a few days earlier, he again claimed that the Holocaust is a lie.

Last month, I went to a villa in a suburb of Berlin called Wannsee. There, on January 20, 1942, after a hearty meal, senior Nazi officials met and decided how to exterminate the Jewish people. The detailed minutes of that meeting have been preserved by successive German governments.

Here is a copy of those minutes, in which the Nazis issued precise instructions on how to carry out the extermination of the Jews. Is this a lie?

A day before I was in Wannsee, I was given in Berlin the original construction plans for the Auschwitz-Birkenau concentration camp. Those plans are signed by Hitler’s deputy, Heinrich Himmler himself. Here is a copy of the plans for Auschwitz-Birkenau, where one million Jews were murdered. Is this too a lie?

This June, President Obama visited the Buchenwald concentration camp. Did President Obama pay tribute to a lie? And what of the Auschwitz survivors whose arms still bear the tattooed numbers branded on them by the Nazis? Are those tattoos a lie?

One-third of all Jews perished in the conflagration. Nearly every Jewish family was affected, including my own. My wife's grandparents, her father’s two sisters and three brothers, and all the aunts, uncles and cousins were all murdered by the Nazis. Is that also a lie?
Yesterday, the man who calls the Holocaust a lie spoke from this podium. To those who refused to come here and to those who left this room in protest, I commend you. You stood up for moral clarity and you brought honor to your countries.

But to those who gave this Holocaust-denier a hearing, I say on behalf of my people, the Jewish people, and decent people everywhere: Have you no shame? Have you no decency? A mere six decades after the Holocaust, you give legitimacy to a man who denies that the murder of six million Jews took place and pledges to wipe out the Jewish state. What a disgrace! What a mockery of the charter of the United Nations!

Perhaps some of you think that this man and his odious regime threaten only the Jews. You're wrong. History has shown us time and again that what starts with attacks on the Jews eventually ends up engulfing many others.

This Iranian regime is fueled by an extreme fundamentalism that burst onto the world scene three decades ago after lying dormant for centuries.

In the past thirty years, this fanaticism has swept the globe with a murderous violence and cold-blooded impartiality in its choice of victims. It has callously slaughtered Moslems and Christians, Jews and Hindus, and many others. Though it is comprised of different offshoots, the adherents of this unforgiving creed seek to return humanity to medieval times. Wherever they can, they impose a backward regimented society where women, minorities, gays or anyone not deemed to be a true believer is brutally subjugated.

The struggle against this fanaticism does not pit faith against faith nor civilization against civilization. It pits civilization against barbarism, the 21st century against the 9th century, those who sanctify life against those who glorify death. The primitivism of the 9th century ought to be no match for the progress of the 21st century. The allure of freedom, the power of technology, the reach of communications should surely win the day.

Ultimately, the past cannot triumph over the future. And the future offers all nations magnificent bounties of hope. The pace of progress is growing exponentially. It took us centuries to get from the printing press to the telephone, decades to get from the telephone to the personal computer, and only a few years to get from the personal computer to the internet.

What seemed impossible a few years ago is already outdated, and we can scarcely fathom the changes that are yet to come. We will crack the genetic code. We will cure the incurable. We will lengthen our lives. We will find a cheap alternative to fossil fuels and clean up the planet.

I am proud that my country Israel is at the forefront of these advances – by leading innovations in science and technology, medicine and biology, agriculture and water, energy and the environment. These innovations the world over offer humanity a sunlit future of unimagined promise.

But if the most primitive fanaticism can acquire the most deadly weapons, the march of history could be reversed for a time. And like the belated victory over the Nazis, the forces of progress and freedom will prevail only after a horrific toll of blood and fortune has been exacted from mankind.

That is why the greatest threat facing the world today is the marriage between religious fanaticism and the weapons of mass destruction, and the most urgent challenge facing this body is to prevent the tyrants of Tehran from acquiring nuclear weapons.

Are the member states of the United Nations up to that challenge? Will the international community confront a despotism that terrorizes its own people as they bravely stand up for freedom?

Will it take action against the dictators who stole an election in broad daylight and gunned down Iranian protesters who died in the streets choking in their own blood? Will the international community thwart the world's most pernicious sponsors and practitioners of terrorism? Above all, will the international community stop the terrorist regime of Iran from developing atomic weapons, thereby endangering the peace of the entire world?

The people of Iran are courageously standing up to this regime. People of goodwill around the world stand with them, as do the thousands who have been protesting outside this hall. Will the United Nations stand by their side?

Ladies and Gentlemen, the jury is still out on the United Nations, and recent signs are not encouraging. Rather than condemning the terrorists and their Iranian patrons, some here have condemned their victims. That is exactly what a recent UN report on Gaza did, falsely equating the terrorists with those they targeted.

For eight long years, Hamas fired from Gaza thousands of missiles, mortars and rockets on nearby Israeli cities. Year after year, as these missiles were deliberately hurled at our civilians, not a single UN resolution was passed condemning those criminal attacks.

We heard nothing – absolutely nothing – from the UN Human Rights Council, a misnamed institution if there ever was one. In 2005, hoping to advance peace, Israel unilaterally withdrew from every inch of Gaza. It dismantled 21 settlements and uprooted over 8,000 Israelis. We didn't get peace. Instead we got an Iranian backed terror base fifty miles from Tel Aviv. Life in Israeli towns and cities next to Gaza became a nightmare.

You see, the Hamas rocket attacks not only continued, they increased tenfold. Again, the UN was silent. Finally, after eight years of this unremitting assault, Israel was finally forced to respond. But how should we have responded? Well, there is only one example in history of thousands of rockets being fired on a country's civilian population. It happened when the Nazis rocketed British cities during World War II.

During that war, the allies leveled German cities, causing hundreds of thousands of casualties. Israel chose to respond differently. Faced with an enemy committing a double war crime of firing on civilians while hiding behind civilians – Israel sought to conduct surgical strikes against the rocket launchers.

That was no easy task because the terrorists were firing missiles from homes and schools, using mosques as weapons depots and ferreting explosives in ambulances. Israel, by contrast, tried to minimize casualties by urging Palestinian civilians to vacate the targeted areas. We dropped countless flyers over their homes, sent thousands of text messages and called thousands of cell phones asking people to leave.

Never has a country gone to such extraordinary lengths to remove the enemy's civilian population from harm's way. Yet faced with such a clear case of aggressor and victim, who did the UN Human Rights Council decide to condemn? Israel. A democracy legitimately defending itself against terror is morally hanged, drawn and quartered, and given an unfair trial to boot.

By these twisted standards, the UN Human Rights Council would have dragged Roosevelt and Churchill to the dock as war criminals. What a perversion of truth! What a perversion of justice!
Delegates of the United Nations, will you accept this farce? Because if you do, the United Nations would revert to its darkest days, when the worst violators of human rights sat in judgment against the law-abiding democracies, when Zionism was equated with racism and when an automatic majority could declare that the earth is flat.

If this body does not reject this report, it would send a message to terrorists everywhere: Terror pays; if you launch your attacks from densely populated areas, you will win immunity. And in condemning Israel, this body would also deal a mortal blow to peace. Here's why. When Israel left Gaza, many hoped that the missile attacks would stop. Others believed that at the very least, Israel would have international legitimacy to exercise its right of self-defense.

What legitimacy? What self-defense?

The same UN that cheered Israel as it left Gaza and promised to back our right of self-defense now accuses us –my people, my country - of war crimes? And for what? For acting responsibly in self-defense. What a travesty!

Israel justly defended itself against terror. This biased and unjust report is a clear-cut test for all governments. Will you stand with Israel or will you stand with the terrorists? We must know the answer to that question now. Now and not later. Because if Israel is again asked to take more risks for peace, we must know today that you will stand with us tomorrow. Only if we have the confidence that we can defend ourselves can we take further risks for peace.

Ladies and Gentlemen, all of Israel wants peace. Any time an Arab leader genuinely wanted peace with us, we made peace. We made peace with Egypt led by Anwar Sadat. We made peace with Jordan led by King Hussein. And if the Palestinians truly want peace, I and my government, and the people of Israel, will make peace. But we want a genuine peace, a defensible peace, a permanent peace.

In 1947, this body voted to establish two states for two peoples – a Jewish state and an Arab state. The Jews accepted that resolution. The Arabs rejected it. We ask the Palestinians to finally do what they have refused to do for 62 years: Say yes to a Jewish state.

Just as we are asked to recognize a nation-state for the Palestinian people, the Palestinians must be asked to recognize the nation state of the Jewish people. The Jewish people are not foreign conquerors in the Land of Israel. This is the land of our forefathers.

Inscribed on the walls outside this building is the great Biblical vision of peace: "Nation shall not lift up sword against nation. They shall learn war no more." These words were spoken by the Jewish prophet Isaiah 2,800 years ago as he walked in my country, in my city - in the hills of Judea and in the streets of Jerusalem. We are not strangers to this land. It is our homeland.

As deeply connected as we are to this land, we recognize that the Palestinians also live there and want a home of their own. We want to live side by side with them, two free peoples living in peace, prosperity and dignity. But we must have security. The Palestinians should have all the powers to govern themselves except those handful of powers that could endanger Israel.

That is why a Palestinian state must be effectively demilitarized. We don't want another Gaza, another Iranian backed terror base abutting Jerusalem and perched on the hills a few kilometers from Tel Aviv.

We want peace.

I believe such a peace can be achieved. But only if we roll back the forces of terror, led by Iran, that seek to destroy peace, eliminate Israel and overthrow the world order. The question facing the international community is whether it is prepared to confront those forces or accommodate them.

Over seventy years ago, Winston Churchill lamented what he called the "confirmed unteachability of mankind," the unfortunate habit of civilized societies to sleep until danger nearly overtakes them.

Churchill bemoaned what he called the "want of foresight, the unwillingness to act when action will be simple and effective, the lack of clear thinking, the confusion of counsel until emergency comes, until self-preservation strikes its jarring gong.”

I speak here today in the hope that Churchill's assessment of the "unteachability of mankind" is for once proven wrong. I speak here today in the hope that we can learn from history -- that we can prevent danger in time.

In the spirit of the timeless words spoken to Joshua over 3,000 years ago, let us be strong and of good courage. Let us confront this peril, secure our future and, God willing, forge an enduring peace for generations to come.

lunes, 12 de octubre de 2009

sábado, 10 de octubre de 2009

Arabia Saudita y Siria fortalecen relaciones

El Rey Abdullah de Arabia Saudita visitó al Presidente de Siria Bashar Al-Assad para fortalecer las relaciones entre ambos países.
Las relaciones comenzaron con las Conversaciones en Kuwait y la visita del presidente sirio a El Riad el mes pasado.

viernes, 9 de octubre de 2009

Obama: Nobel de la Paz 2009

El Premio Nobel de la Paz 2009 fue otorgado al Presidente Estadounidense Barack Obama.

miércoles, 7 de octubre de 2009

2 Sismos en el Pacífico provocan alerta de Tsunami

2 Sismos de más de 7 Grados Richter en el Océano Pacífico, entre Vanuatu y las Islas Salomón, provocaron alerta de Tsunami en Fidji, Nueva Caledonia, Papúa-Nueva Guinea y Nueva Zelanda.

lunes, 5 de octubre de 2009

Enfrentamientos en Jerusalén y en Cis-Jordania

Se suscitaron enfrentamientos entre los soldados israelíes y los palestinos en campamentos de refugiados y cerca del Monte del Templo en Jerusalén.
El líder del Movimiento Islámico Sheikh Ra'ad Salah dijo que los enfrentamientos seguirán hasta que Israel termine con la ocupación.

Atentado a la ONU en Paskistán

Un atentado suicida se perpetró en las Oficinas del Programa Mundial de Alimentos de la ONU en Islamabad, Pakistán con saldo de 5 muertos.

domingo, 4 de octubre de 2009

Análisis Clínicos de Rutina a Netanyahu

El Primer Ministro de Israel, Benjamín Netanyahu fue sometido a una Serie de Análisis Clínicos del Aparato Digestivo en el Centro Médico Hadassah Ein Kerem de Jerusalén.

Segundo Tifón en Filipinas

Un segundo Tifón, el Parma, cruzó el norte de Filipinas, dejando más inundaciones.
Centenares de personas están en los refugios.

Sismo en Papúa, Indonesia

Se produjo un Sismo de 6.1 Grados Richter en Papúa, Indonesia.

sábado, 3 de octubre de 2009

Israel celebra el Sukkot

Israel celebra el Sukkot ó Fiesta de los Tabernáculos, con la construcción de casitas en recordatorio cuando estaban los hebreos en el desierto con Moisés y utilizan 4 tipos de plantas para la ceremonia de buenos deseos para todo el año: Palma de Dátiles, Mirto, Sauce y el Cítrico Etrog.

viernes, 2 de octubre de 2009

Video de Shalit por 19 Prisioneras palestinas

"El Dzidzantunense" te ofrece este video que muestra al soldado israelí Gilad Shalit, quien fue secuestrado por HAMAS en el 2006.
El Video tiene fecha del 14 de Septiembre.
Israel liberó a 19 mujeres prisioneras palestinas en intercambio.
HAMAS dice que seguirá secuestrando a soldados de Israel para que liberen más palestinos.

"El Dzidzantunense" te ofrece la Transcripción en Inglés del Mensaje del Soldado Israelí Gilad Shalit:

I am Gilad, son of Aviva and Noam Shalit, brother of Hadas and Yoel, who lives in Mitzpe Hila. My identification number is 300097029. Today is Monday, September 14, 2009. As you can see, I am holding in my hand today's edition of the newspaper Palestine, September 14, 2009, published in Gaza.

I read newspapers in search of information about me. I hope to find some kind of information indicating that my release and return home is imminent. I have been waiting and hoping for a long time for the day that I am released.

I hope that the current administration, headed by Benjamin Netanyahu won't waste this opportunity to achieve a deal, and as a result I will finally be able to realize my dream and be released.

I want to send my regards to my family and to tell them that I love them and miss them very much, and pray for the day that I will see them again.

Dad, Yoel and Hadas, do you remember the day you came to visit me at my base in the Golan Heights, on December 31, 2005, which, if I'm not mistaken, is known as Revaiyah Bet?

We took a tour around the base and you took my picture atop the Merkava tank, and on one of the old tanks at the entrance to the base. We then went to a restaurant in one of the Druze villages, and on the way, we took each other's pictures on the side of the road with the snow capped Hermon Mountain as our backdrop.

I want to tell you that I feel well, in terms of health, and the Mujahideen, of the Iz al-Din al-Qassam Brigades, are treating me wonderfully. Thank you very much, and goodbye.

Irán acepta que la ONU investigue Qom

El Gobierno de Irán aceptó que Observadores de la ONU puedan investigar el Programa Nuclear de la ciudad de Qom y mantiene conversaciones en Ginebra Suiza, con representantes de Estados Unidos, Gran Bretaña, Francia, Alemania, China y Rusia.