Monday, April 14, 2014

"Anonymous" Gets an Israeli Spanking!

So there is this group of losers who seem to lack any goals or motivation in life except to be angry at anything and everyone. At the same time, they are a form Anarchist losers who basically have spent a lot of time behind computers and that is pretty much the only thing they know for now. They started hacking into different websites stealing personal information of many innocent victims and of course they sell it in the black market of identity theft world. To justify their crimes which are nothing but what a common criminal loser would do, they started taking up different causes and they tried to portray themselves as modern day Robinhood. One of the causes was of course is Fraudulent Palestinian Cause. They started bombarding Israeli websites on daily basis. For a while, international police was after these criminals because Israel was not the only victim. They really had made a name for themselves until an Israeli Hacker called “Buddhax” decided to expose these losers. Not even that they hacked into their computer and exposed these losers, they were able to expose all of their personal information online which I have gladly included here. At the same time, they were able to manage taking a picture using their own cameras. Anyways, here is the information and the story behind it! Enjoy!

Hackers Information by Buddhax @ iEF

An Israeli hacker calling himself “Buddhax” has reportedly exposed some of the participants of an Anonymous-backed cyberattack that hit a number of Israeli websites this week, Haaretz reported.

Posting on the Israeli Elite Force Facebook page, “Buddhax” linked to a Dropbox document with names, IP addresses, locations, and photos — many of which apparently came right off the ‘Anonymous’ members’ personal webcams.

“Im sure Anonymous ‘hackers’ will think twice next time before they trying [sic] attack Israel,” Buddhax wrote in the document. “DDoS [distributed denial-of-service] & Deface small sites are not hacking. Im not a big hacker too…But im good enough to expose you.”

In addition to gaining access to the machines of 16 participants, Buddhax alerted them with a message popup which said, “Next time do not participate in OPIsrael. We know who you are. We know where you are. Hail Israel,” according to Haaretz.

Monday, March 24, 2014

The Real Palestine

So, there is this new movie going around on YouTube where the Pro-Palestinians are trying to portray a much loving picture of “Palestine”. They are right, there is no country called Palestine and it is nothing but a state of mind. They are trying to stay “Palestine is love”. I agree with that statement; however I believe the sentence is not a complete sentence because it lacks merits. The merits that it is lacking are love of what? I’ll complete that sentence. “Palestine is love” is the love of terrorism, hatred, and killing of Jews. Palestinians have not dedicated anything to civilized society except different methods to conduct and justify killing of innocent civilians. Every country they have stepped into, they have delivered nothing but chaos and destruction. This is a historic fact that many Israel’s neighbors have gone through, but they are too ashamed to share it. “Palestine” in its true core is nothing but a hoax, a hoax that utilizes all sorts of deception and lies to justify their existence. They resort to false propaganda and photo-shops in order create fake outrage and justify their barbaric acts against civilians. “Palestine’ is an entity that has rejected every peace offering on the table because it did not cater to their ethnic-cleansing identity. It is the group of people who willingly use their children for Propaganda with absolute disregard for their safety and security. It is the cause that utilizes their own civilians for protection of their terrorists. The reason is because if you dissect Palestinian Cause, literature, its leaders, and its core value, you find nothing but hatred of Jews and destruction of Israel and its identity as a Jewish nation. Here is an amazing video in response to the Propaganda that is not supported by any factual evidence what-so-ever.

Monday, March 03, 2014

BDS Fail

As we all know, UCLA conducted a hearing regarding BDS. It was nothing short of a joke and here is the proof of the typical mentality of a Pro-Palestinian supporter. They seriously have no clue what they are doing and what is going on in that region. BDS is a blatant Anti-Semitic movement. During the Nazis, they also boycotted Jewish Businesses. In our modern day, they are boycotting the Jewish State. Well, I really enjoy watching her misery and hopefully she will have more to come in her life soon.
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so pissed off and I always bite my tongue during these meetings but I’ve
never been so fucking disappointed on anything. People are getting hurt
and we could have stopped it and (incoherent gibberish) we fucking blew
it and I’m sorry (incoherent gibberish) 12 hours and we all did and we
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Sunday, February 23, 2014

From Ukraine to Iran

Lately, I cannot stand the site of Russian Politicians. They are absolutely corrupt to their bones, they are motivated by nothing except monetary values, and they are the biggest supporter of global terrorism including Iran. Having said that, I cannot begin to tell you how much respect I have for Ukrainians. After Ukrainian so-called president, who by the way was on Putin’s payroll, refused to integrate Ukraine into EU, the people started a revolution. This revolution started around November of 2013 and it got heated up as time went forward. Of course the Ukrainian President who wanted Ukraine to remain Russia’s bitch in the region, tried to deflect the issue. They thought that this mass movement would go away just like Anti-Putin demonstration dispersed. Finally, after months of protesting, Ukrainian protesters were able to reach some of their goal and the previous President had to escape. This is a huge victory for Ukrainian and all democracy loving people around the globe.
However, the fall out of Ukrainian revolution could affect a lot of people. First and foremost, unlike Iranian Green Revolution, these Ukrainian Revolutionaries did not run home as soon as the protests started heating up. There are great lessons that Iranian Green Movement should learn from these Ukrainians. The most hilarious news coverage is brought to you by Iranian National Media which portrays this revolution as “American Conspiracy” to take over Ukraine. How desperate and pathetic are tyrannical rulers? Any democratic movement, anywhere on our mortal soil threaten these idiots including the rulers of Iran. I wish Ukraine the best of luck in their huge achievement and I hope them prosperous democratic future free of Russians.

Thursday, February 20, 2014

What a Security Officer Should be Like

Even though there are major issues that could arise, however, if there is a sane ideology or declaration that comes out regardless of its source, it should be taken seriously. This security officer deserves respect for what he is appealing to others. The funny part is the so-called Journalist’s dismay at what he is saying. Journalist’s attitude is exactly what is wrong with the Arab culture. However, let’s focus on the positive which is this officer’s amazing attitude toward civilians regardless of their race or religion. He has my respect.

Monday, December 30, 2013

It is Hard to Feel Sympathy for Events in Russia

There have been three (3) terrorist attacks in four days in Russia. All three have been committed by Islamic Extremist belonging to different sect of this religion. To be honest, I am losing track of all these sects of Islamic where each one is calling the other ones infidels and terrorists. From Iran to Palestinian Territories, to Egypt, to Syria, to Lebanon, to Afghanistan, to Iraq, to ... (this could go on for a while). However, for Russia, I have zero sympathy. The loss of innocent civilians is always a sad tragedy in a political or military conflict. However, in this case, the responsibility rests with the Russian government. For the majority of last century and our contemporary history, Russia has been directly and indirectly one of the biggest supporter of the Islamic terrorism around the world. Every time the issue comes up, the Russian authorities always point finger at the U.S and they want to exercise their freedom to support other people. They always use the “ignorance” and “lack of tolerance” arguments in order to justify their support for all the terrorist supporting nations. Perfect example of it is their full support to the Arab nations to destroy Israel for majority of the previous century. Their most current support is for Assad Regime and the nuclear reactors in Iran. They claim that they are simply supporting their allies and nobody could stop them. Look at the all the weaponry that these terrorists use around the globe: majority of these weapons are Russian made. The Russian government has been making trillions of dollars from selling weapons to the terrorists. They have been openly supporting and arming terrorist organizations around the globe. Russian government is nothing but mob squads who are running the country and they are making themselves richer by the minutes by selling death to different parts of the world.
So given the Russian report card for the last hundred years, seeing sad days like these provides me with no sympathy for what is taking place in Russia. It is the direct result of the Russian mentality, culture, and government that is showing its face. Russia has always been beacon of hope for U.S enemies around the globe because that is exactly where they would buy their weapons. Selling Arms to African countries that are used to kill civilians is a different argument. My main point is what they have been doing with the Islamic and non-Islamic terrorism around the globe. It is about time that this country should realize the type of crime that they have committed against humanity. Maybe this awakens a sense of responsibility. However, the chances of that happening are slim close to none. Russia will continue support for the terrorist nations around the world and they would be doing it with their heads held high.

Thursday, December 26, 2013

The Most Hilarious Apology!

This is not joke. When I saw this I was stunt. Al Qaeda, the most ruthless terrorist organization, has issued an apology. This could mean many things. This is a type of group who would never want to admit fault at anything. Issuing apology is simply not in their nature or handbooks. However, this gets even more interesting. In the apology, they are apologizing for the loss of innocent lives. Seriously?!? I cannot even begin to tell you how stupid this sounds in its core. Here is part of their apology.

"Now we acknowledge our mistake and guilt," he added. "We offer our apology and condolences to the victims' families. We accept full responsibility for what happened in the hospital and will pay blood money for the victims' families." Raymi said that despite the error, "we are continuing our jihad". He warned that AQAP would attack any other military posts that "co-operate with the American drones by spying, planting chips, providing information or offering intelligence advice".

So your entire ideology is based upon terror. You call it “resistance,” yet this entire “resistance” is based upon targeting and killing innocent civilians. Your members butchered innocent Iraqis on daily basis all throughout the previous decade; your entire operation is based on targeting civilian soft targets. When are planning and implementing a mission, one of its main objective is to kill as many civilians as possible. So now you are apologizing for accidental killing of civilians? What happened? Please don’t bother answer…

What makes it more interesting that this terrorist still go on to give the usualy terrorist rhetoric about continuation of "Jihad" and targeting others. This is truly hilarious. I am sure there are thousands of explanations that terrorist-apologists would throw to answer those questions, but again, it is a terrorist group apologizing for killing civilians. I guess they are sorry that they have simply killed Sunni Muslims as oppose to civilians from other faiths.

Monday, December 23, 2013

Beautiful Lapse-Video

This time lapse video masterpiece was shot by a graduate astronomy major, Sean Goebel, from University of Hawaii. 7 days' long short of the Mauna Kea Observatory where he works. So fascinated by the robotic moves of those Observatories, with the laser ray pointing to the galaxy...Feeling Unreal. Mind blown. Please watch.

Tuesday, December 10, 2013

Rocket Attacks and World View

Israellycool is one of my favorite blog. I think this picture that he has created has explained the sad truth about world view and the global ignorance toward the daily terrorism that the people in Israel has to live with on hourly basis.

Tuesday, December 03, 2013

Lone Survivor and NBC's Interview

I must say that it is been quite a long time since the last time I was anxious for a movie to come out. First and foremost, I have a tremendous amount of respect and admiration for the U.S. Armed Forces and what they do around the globe. They put down their lives for the safety and security of American overseas and at the same time, they are fighting a very unethical enemy in a very ethical format. These American soldiers deserve all the respect for what they are doing for America and the world. At the same time, I am glad to see that Hollywood has finally decided to abandon “make-belief” anti-war movies were mostly either had fictional stories or one simple incident that the producer turned it into war-movie were they defame all the soldiers. We went through that phase during Bush’s presidency and that simply had something to do with Hollywood’s hatred for Bush. I believe there were number of movies that bashed these poor soldiers and not even one single of these movies did well at the box office. The reason for that was simple: Americans see right through the B.S and the so-called Whistle-blowing-wana-be nature of these movies. Well, here is an interview from the cast and the issue that came up with Tom Cruise.

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Monday, November 25, 2013

Palestinian Boy Bombs Iranian Embassy in Beirut

About a week ago, there was a bombing near Iranian Embassy in Beirut, Lebanon. I have zero sympathy for victims of this kind of bombings due to the fact that Israel has been suffering from the same tactics. At the same time, it is a well-known established fact that Iranian agents in these embassies are nothing but mercenary killers who try to target Jews and Israelis around the globe. These agents try to act as the terrorist mobilizer in these countries. Who could forget the Iranian bombing of the Jewish centers in Argentina’s during the 90s? However, what is amazing about this bombing is that the bomber is Palestinian. WHAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAT!? Are you kidding me? Wait a second, Iran has been investing billions of dollars for the “plight” of Palestinians. They established many terrorist organizations in the name of Palestinian Cause and they have done almost anything and everything for Palestinians. Yet, when it came down to the difference between Shiite and Sunnis, Palestinians started fighting against Iran? Oh boy the Irony!
Anyways, as it was said before in this blog, Palestinians and the Arabs will NEVER EVER respect Iran and Iranians as a nation. Even right now when there is a huge rift between Israel and Iran over its nuclear program, the gulf nations and majority of the Arab countries in the region are actually getting closer to Israel than Iran. How is that even possible? The answer is quite simple: Arabs do not like Iranians. As much as Iranian government tries to title itself as the defender of the Muslims and Islam, Arabs do not simply recognize Iran as an Islamic nation and they see themselves as superior to Iranians. The sad part is that the Iranian government has desperately been trying to buy the Arab support like an outcast making desperate attempts to fit into this crowd. I guess this bombing who claimed the lives of the many could act as a reminder that Arabs do not simply like Iran or its government. So, maybe it is about time for Iranian regime to realize that its support for Palestinians is nothing but a bad gamble.

Tuesday, November 05, 2013

"Not Without My Children" Palestinian Style with a Dosage of Anti-Semitism

I decided to publish this story because it provides proof for four major points that I have always said about situation in Gaza:
• There are wealthy Gazans
• There is incitement against Jews
• Palestinian terrorists fire from civilian areas, using civilians cynically as human shields
• Many palestinian civilians gladly go along with it
As the Left and Terrorist Apologists try to portray the situation to be the same as Nazis in Gaza, testimonies such as this one provides proof that they are just simple liars. They distort truth in order to sell their hatred to the globe and discredit the Jews and the Jewish nation. Here is the story:
LONDON — Gunfire cracked all around Sara Rogers as she climbed to the roof of her high-rise home in Gaza. The year was 2005, and Israeli soldiers were fighting Palestinian gunmen to stop rocket attacks and destroy smuggling tunnels.
Rogers closed her eyes. "Just let one hit me in the head," she begged. "And make it quick."
It was not the months of violence of the Second Intifada that made the Italian-American college graduate ache for death. It was her virtual enslavement by one of the most feared families in the Middle East.
Days later, Rogers was in a taxi with her five children, praying her husband wouldn't catch her and their five children before she reached the Israeli border.
"It was the most relieved I have ever felt," she recalled of her escape to Israel. "Four years of hell was finally over."
Rogers is not the first Western woman to marry an Arab man and find out how few rights she had once removed to a Middle East country that abides by sharia, or Islamic law. But some are working to make her among the last.
Micah Thorner, director of post-convention support programs at the Hague, said such cases will be the subject of a gathering in Tunisia this month "to engage states that are based on sharia legal systems in dialogue with states that are party to the convention."
Thorner said the aim is to get sharia nations to agree on some principles for the resolution of parental disputes involving children. But many nations in the Middle East have not signed on to the 1980 Hague Convention on the Civil Aspects of International Child Abduction, an international agreement protecting against detainment of children.
"As the convention gains wider acceptance throughout the world, these types of situations are probably less likely to occur," Thorner said.
The ordeal of an American woman who was held captive with her child by her husband in Iran was chronicled in the 1991 book and film "Not Without My Daughter." And a French woman who escaped her Saudi prince husband has yet to be rejoined with her daughter despite a 2012 French court ruling ordering the husband to turn over the child.
The U.S. State Department does not keep records on its citizens who are kidnapped on foreign soil. Though it does try to put pressure on governments for an American's release, State has gone on record in the past that it has "very limited capability" in Gaza.
When such kidnappings do occur, it often appears as a surprise to women as it was to Rogers, a bright multicultural studies student from upstate New York.
Rogers was living with her mother in Las Cruces, a city on the Rio Grande in New Mexico, when she became enchanted by a soft-spoken Arab man working at the Middle Eastern cafe where she'd often study.
"I was the feminist, the rebel, everything you could imagine," she said. Hatem Abu Taha proposed to her three days after they met. They were married soon after.
"The morning after we wed, my husband got up to meet his friends," she recalled. "I was like, 'What? We're newlyweds.'"
"He just told me he was doing guy things and I could do woman things," she said in an interview at her home outside Boston.
Rogers worked as a nurse assistant but hoped for better. She completed a master's degree and was preparing to write a book. Her husband rarely worked. He spoke often of his native land.
The couple had three children and were expecting a fourth when Taha said it was time they traveled to the Middle East to visit his Palestinian relatives. It was 2001.
Taha's family lived in Rafah, a city on the border with Egypt from which Palestinian militants launched Qassam rockets into Israel.
Rogers was surprised to see that Taha's family appeared to be well off. They owned, he told her, Gaza's only cigarette patent. She was also not ready for what happened to her husband.
Taha was ultra-patriotic, she said, and passive to the will of his family who were hostile to the American in their home. After two weeks, Rogers said her kids were "breaking down." Her eldest son was suffering anxiety attacks. Her 2-year-old daughter had contracted dysentery.
When they arrived two weeks before, carpenters were building a third-floor addition to the family home. Taha told Rogers it was for his brother and his wife. But when the work was done, Taha told her the unit was where she would live.
Rogers was distressed and said she wanted the family to return home to the United States.
"He just laughed: 'You have no embassy here. You have no family. No one.' I was in shock," she said.
Her mother-in-law was the cruelest, she said, patrolling the downstairs so Rogers didn't escape. The children were called "Yehudi"(Jews) and bullied constantly at school. Her husband told her the children were his and that she was nothing but "a vessel."
"I did not exist as a person," she said.
There was worse to come. Rogers said Taha struck her and broke her jaw for not cleaning the refrigerator properly. And she was suspicious that her in-laws weren't just involved in cigarette trading.
They would have lengthy conversations with members of Hamas, the Palestinian terror group whose urban warfare tactics Rogers witnessed firsthand.
"The Palestinians would get inside a local school and start shooting from the windows," she said. "And the Israelis would just fire back. Then you'd see people holding up dead Palestinian kids."
When Rogers pleaded to move away from the perilous border with Israel, her father-in-law refused, claiming it would be an honor for them to be "martyred." It was soon clear the family was active in terror networks. Israeli aerial attacks were common.
"We could hear the helicopter coming a mile away: tick, tick, tick, tick," Rogers said. "Then it would drop the bomb."
Rogers' eldest son was injured by an Israeli tank shell. Her newborn son chewed holes in his feet because of the stress. One night, Taha and his nephew Yahya didn't return from a trip.
"On the BBC was a report that two Palestinians from Islamic Jihad had claimed an attack and a young man and his wife were dead," said Rogers. "My sister-in-law came up the stairs crying happily, saying that Yahya was now a martyr and in heaven. I had to get out."
On a trip to Gaza City to meet a family friend, Rogers slipped away while the men were at afternoon prayers. In her burka, she had heard that illegal taxis brought people from Gaza to Israel and pleaded with a local store owner to call her one.
"I asked the cab driver how long it took to Erez and he said half an hour. I said, 'If you can make it in 15 minutes, you can have every bit of gold I have.' He got me to the border."
Rogers said that speaking about her life in Palestine helps ease the pain. But it will be a long time until she recovers. "I try to take the positives from everything," she said. "I meet good people and everything makes me grateful."
"My kids are smart, funny, you'd never have guessed what they went through," she added. "I tell them that it was a bad thing but that it was given to them for a reason. They can make their lives count."

Monday, October 14, 2013

Occupy Wall Street Facebook Page

Who said the “Left” is not Anti-Semitism? Well, if you had any doubt take a look at a picture that was on “Occupy Wall Street” Facebook page. Make no mistake, “Occupy Wall Street” is a bastard child of “Leftism”. The worst part of this is that the mainstream media has completely ignored issues like these in order to preserve the integrity of “Left” or “Liberal” decaying ideology. They like to falsely classify themselves as “Progressive” thinkers; however they resemble a lot bankrupt thinkers resorting to “myths” in order to justify their standing or mask their shortcomings. Having said that, now compare “occupy” movement to “Tea Party” movement. “Tea Party” is being bombarded with false accusation of being “Racist” simply because they are standing up to President Obama and his economic policies. They are being labeled as racist in almost every avenue you could look in mainstream media. So, how come “occupy Wall street” is not being exposed to the same exact criticism when in reality they have Anti-Semites among them? Answer is extremely simple: Media Biased that is infected by “Leftist” Virus. It is not the first time and it will definitely not be the last time either that would witness things like this. It is fun to point it out though.

Thursday, August 29, 2013

Israeli Soldiers Dancing at a Palestinian Wedding

I saw this and it made me smile. One thing I do not understand is the uproar on both side of this conflict. IDF command is pissed off at the soldiers. Palestinian Authority is not happy either. First and foremost, I can understand the security concerns of this video. These soldiers are not taking into account any of the security measures that have been placed for the protection of these soldiers. However, looking at this video would make you realize that the people in this region are finally moving pass their differences. What amazes me is the beautiful progress in the Palestinian society. I believe we might be turning corner on the situation. I still cannot forget the images of twelve (12) years ago when two soldiers who lost their way and ended up in Palestinian controlled area and they were lynched and burned alive by a Palestinian mob. Now, they are dancing with one another. Maybe it is the effect of Arab Spring that has brought Palestinians to look at the IDF soldier with a different view. Looking up north to Syria where the Syrian army is slaughtering civilians, looking at south where Egyptian police killed hundreds of protesters in one day, and looking at other region, the Palestinians have finally come to realization that these IDF soldiers are very compassionate and discipline guys who are not there to murder Palestinians rather for the safety and security of Israelis and its citizens. They might have also realized that these soldiers are normal like them, normal teenagers after high school who are only fulfilling their national duty. Despite all the security concerns, I have to admit I cannot find anyways to be mad at the soldiers.
Another aspect of finding this video that is very beautiful is the rebuttal for all the anti-Semitic global campaign against Israel about how Israel is an apartheid state and all the B.S. It shows the world that Palestinians and Israelis are not against one another as these terrorist apologists love to wrongfully portray in order to buy sympathy for their hateful ideologies. These groups are mostly formed by people who really hate Israel and Jews as a Jewish country. The well-being of Palestinians and their future is no concern to them. The Palestinians are simply tools for them to channel their hatred toward the Jews and the Israelis. I believe this video shows that Israelis and Palestinians can get along if and when each side make a conscious decision to live side by side, without any hatred, or conspiracy to destroy another in the near future. This is not at a night club; it is actually a wedding in Hebron. I really would like to know what happened that they invited these soldiers to celebrate with them during the happiest days of a couple. Overall, I cannot be mad at these soldiers and I highly oppose any disciplinary action against these soldiers.

Tuesday, August 27, 2013

Three Day Forecast for Israel

One of the blogs that I read on daily basis is Israellycool. I saw this and it made me laugh because of the humor and the sad truth about it that has been capturing my thoughts. What happened to the Syrians last week was truly sad and even though they celebrated while Israelis were being burned in buses, they are still innocent human beings who were gassed. I watched the YouTube videos and it really saddened me. I could not believe what I was seeing and this is done to their people by their own people. The part that really got to me was the kids being hurt. On the other hand, I explored the Iranian Terrorist Apologist blogs, those who cry their eyes if a Palestinian terrorist is killed or injured, and I saw not a single peek about the situation.

They are investing their energy on the fact that Syrian Rebels are mostly terrorist and Iranian government and Hezbollah are the savior of the Syria. These same sorry-excuses-for-humanity were also advocating the fact that it is the U.S that caused the Egyptian coup. I am not going to address those issues. The funny part is that the same group of people, when they were asked “why do you care for Palestinian so much when you are not even an Arab,” their response was always, “I care for humanity”. Well! What happened to humanity? What happened to you condemning using chemical weapons against civilians? As it has always been argued on this blog, they vile people with no care for humanity. They are filled with hatred of Israel and Jews specifically. I have had personal relationship with many of these people and almost unanimously they are hypocrites. The same group of people that they were upholding as heroes of the Middle East turned out to be bunch of ruthless killers with absolute disregard for humanity. I understand that situation in Syria is a form sectarian warfare; however, it does not justify any group of people to use chemical weapon against civilians.

The sad part is that the Israel will most likely be dragged into the war if or when U.S decides to punish Assad. If the U.S does not take any action, you might as well say goodbye to American deterrence in the region. The reason is because Assad blatantly violated the red line that Obama drew last year for him. If U.S. does not fulfill on its threat, then it is the biggest injury to U.S. respect around the globe. Obama should have taken action long time ago against Syria. However, unlike Libya, Syria does not have any oil that BP, the biggest contributor to Obama’s campaign, might be interested to keep their contracts. It is subject to another argument. At the end, I really hope that during this conflict, the civilians on each side kept in safe.

Monday, August 19, 2013

Seventh Year Anniversary of my Blog

So, it is been seven years since I have started this blog. I must say a lot have changed since seven years ago when I started this blog. The biggest update that I have is that I have started my own law firm. I started my own firm about four months ago and I have started advertising in the Iranian community. The modo for my firm is "Making Complex Simple!" I am still working at the firm that I started about three years ago. I must say running two offices is no easy task. On top of that, working with Iranian clients is certainly time consuming. I have a lot to learn about Iranian community and their way of doing business because practicing law and running a firm as a business entity are two different issues.

Besides that, life has been pretty uneventful. I work about 14-15hrs per day. At the firm that I practice tax law, I have handled many interesting cases and I have had major settlements. I believe the biggest settlement I have ever achieved was Taxpayer owed IRS over $300K and we settled for only $2K. Taxpayer cried when I gave him the news. I have not been able to travel anywhere this year but it is my goal to visit Israel hopefully this December. I am going to try to keep up with blogging. Hopefully, I’ll start writing about tax law and different cases I am handling these days. I simply must say that finding the time to do so is the only contingent fact. I am still shocked that seven years has passed since I started this blog. It feels like yesterday that I started writing on this blog. I am very happy with where I am in life and where I have ended up as a result of it. It required a lot of hard work, but it totally paid off.

Friday, August 16, 2013

Million Muslim March on September 11

This is really sickening. This Anti-Semitic group, who by the way blame Zionist for 9/11, has picked September 11th to protest bigotry against Muslims. Who is the bigot here? Seriously? By the way, I’ll scream this over and over and over again: WHY AREN’T THEY PROTESTING WHAT IS HAPPENING IN SYRIA? Plus, what the hell is Biden doing taking pictures with these groups and legitimizing these groups? Is this how the Islamic society in the U.S, including terrorist supporting sorry excuse for an organization called CAIR, is trying to heal the wounds between Americans and Muslims? Plus, in the past ten years, how many terrorist attacks or attempted terrorist attacks were conducted by people who called themselves Muslims? These questions need to be answered before these hateful groups could ever march on that day. I could go on and on about this subject, but this is the exact problem that Muslim communities have in US. Seriously, there are an extremely large number of Muslims who want to live their lives as normal Americans. Then these groups come along and portray themselves as spokesperson for these Muslims. However, these Americans MUST reject these extremist groups with a loud voice if they do not want to be associated with those groups. The sad truth of the matter is that there are a lot of people in this country who want to point finger at Islam as a whole, to blame for what is happening here. These groups should be rejected by American Muslims as a whole without any sort of “ands, buts, ifs, and ors” to not allow prejudicial groups use this to their advantage.

Thursday, August 15, 2013

Hezbollah's Typical Response

If there ever was any doubt with regards to absolute stupidity and Anti-Semitism nature of Hezbollah as a terrorist organization, today’s reaction to the bombing in Lebanon proved it. There was a bombing in Lebanon in Hezbollah’s strong hold. The venue of the bombing had a symbolic value for Hezbollah because Nasrallah often addresses his supporter from this complex. It was a huge bomb that killed twenty people and injured 212. I am not going to argue the details of the bomb or why it happened. When I saw Hezbollah’s reaction, I could not stop laughing.
Without having a single shred of evidence or conducting any sort of investigation, they pointed finger at Israel. Almost immediately an extremist Sunni group declared their involvement in the bombing. Yet, Hezbollah still continued blaming Israel in the process. How desperate and pathetic do you have to be to legitimize yourself like that?
One of the politicians said that the bombing had the Zionists’ finger prints on it. Really? When was the last time Israel ever conducted such an act? When? Israel will always target a specific leader whose hands are usually dripped in Israeli blood. They have never ever bombed a civilian area for symbolic values or just to kill bunch of people. This was a terrorist attack, even though many of the injured or killed were probably terrorist themselves; however the accidental casualty of the act does not provide defense for a terrorist attack. The reason is because the intent of the act was to create fear through hurting bunch of people and strike terror into their heart.
This is the part that amazes me. Middle East is officially burning. From north of Israel to the south, murders are taking place and we see nothing but silence in the Arab world. Hey Arabs: WHERE ARE YOUR OUTRAGE? What happened? Humanity has lost its meaning? Where are the protests? Where are the flag burning? In two years of Arab spring, how many Arabs are lying dead? What happened? Hello? ANYBODY THERE? ANYBODY? ANYTHING? I’ll take anything.
Now the world should see what Israel has been dealing with in the past 65 of years of its history. Constant threat from the same people and governments who are murdering each other in cold blood. Of course the world does not care because of the inherited Anti-Semitism from the previous generation.

Thursday, July 11, 2013

A Single Lion Among Hundreds of Rats

When I saw this video, the only thing that came to my mind is that I am truly proud of these soldiers. In this that is heavily edited, look how a lion could handle hundreds of rats. Yes, I called them rats. Look at all the Cameras surrounding this soldier waiting for their money shot. Look how they are trying to instigate this brave soldier. Now look at how patient this soldier is, look how he takes control of the situation, he is vigilant, and he is ready to deal every single one of them. At the same time, look how pathetic is the other side putting that flag into his face thinking it could do him any harm. Look at how pathetic they are in their cause and in their actions. Really?!! Freedom fighters are turning in their grave if they would see such thing. What saddens me is the determination of these rats to try to defame Israel. It is amazing and yet so flawed. Also, another perfect image was how those female soldiers were guarding those idiots. I have said it million times, IF THE PALESTINIAN CAUSE IS SO JUST, WHY DO THEY NEED TO RESORT TO EDITING THEIR VIDEOS? WHY DO THEY NEED TO INSTIGATE SOLDIERS IN ORDER TAPE SOMETHING? WHY DOES THIS CAUSE NEED SO MUCH LIES AND DECEPTION? The ending is also amazing too. They create this fake image of this man that was supposedly hurt. He was not bleeding, he was not harmed in any way, nothing in the movie shows how he was hurt, yet they act as if he was shot dead (which I really wish he was shot). At the end, this Palestinian cause is a joke and this video along with thousands others on YouTube are the perfect proof of it. Kudos to these soldiers, the single lions among hundreds of rats.

Sunday, July 07, 2013

Egyptian's Funny Message to Obama!

I was not a big fan of Obama and his administration. Notice the word “was”. I am slowly warming up to Obama and his foreign policy. I believe he is learning as time goes on and on. He is getting smarter and abandoning his utopian ideas about the Middle East. I still do believe that a lot of his economic ideas are absolutely disastrous. Being a tax attorney, I am on the front line of witnessing what his administration and government are doing to Business, small or big, in the country. However, I must say what surprises me is the Egyptian protests and their reaction to Americans. I must say this picture made me laugh. Let me stress this fact: I do not believe Obama is firm supporter of Morsi. U.S administration did everything in their power to keep a crucial ally in the region. That is why they supporter the Egyptian military and had diplomatic contacts with Morsi. At the same time, to their credit, they did everything in their power ensure Israel’s security under Morsi. Moris truly HATED Israel. Without a doubt, if it was not for Americans’ interference, Morsi would have ruined the Israel-Egypt peace accords. However, this picture made me laugh. I do not agree with the picture or the message, but I thought it was funny. I must say, the look on the holder’s face should explain that he probably doesn’t believe in the message either. Let me finish with this: until the day that Egyptian society abandon their pure Anti-Semitic views, their country will not find civilized society and advance in the region.

Monday, July 01, 2013

A Journey of an Iranian man from Shiite to Judaism!

This is an amazing story published by I believe Dr. Dana is not the only Iranian with Jewish blood thanks to the force conversion that many Iranian Jews had to go through in order to survive. Here is the story:

Daniel Dana’s office in Jerusalem has the feel of a museum – with hundreds of photographs and news clippings lining the walls, chronicling his 35 years of activism against the fanatical Islamic regime in Iran.
But that’s only part of the story. The twists and turns of Dr. Dana’s life – from practicing Muslim, to champion athlete, to military sharpshooter, to international fugitive, to Christian priest – rivals the plot of any best-selling novel.
But the most shocking twist of all was Dana’s more recent discovery of his Jewish roots.
Daniel Dana was born and raised as a Muslim Shiite named Jamshed Hassani. His family lived in the Sarhad district in northeast Iran. At school he would spend long hours becoming fluent in the Koran.
“Although my parents were generally pro-western and Iranian nationalist, I was more radical than the other kids,” Dana told “This is because my grandmother – my mother's mother – was an expert in the Koran and scrupulous in her observance of Shiite tradition. She was determined that I grow up to become an Ayatollah, a top-ranking clergy in Shiite Islam.”
Dana’s grandmother pushed him to undergo rigorous Islamic training, sitting with him for hours and correcting his reading of the Koran.
When Dana was 15, his grandmother died and her influence on him waned. At the same time he began studying Iranian history in high school. “I had questions and doubts about Islam,” he says. “The more I looked, the more I saw a contradiction between Shiite ideology and Iranian nationalism.”
Dana got into sports and became a champion boxer and gymnast. Through his athletic achievements, he became friendly with the Shah’s wife, the Queen of Iran, Farah Pahlavi. After his graduation from law school at Tehran University, the Queen advised Dana to go to Paris, earn his PhD, and come back to be her legal advisor in the royal court.
Dana got married, had a few kids, and at age 30 went to France. But his plans to work for the Queen never materialized.
It was 1978 and Iran was on the verge of a geo-political earthquake: the Islamic revolution. Ayatollah Khomeini had spent the previous 15 years in exile trying to overthrow the Shah, and he was now brought to Paris to consolidate political support and stage his revolution.
“At this point people didn't know much about Khomeini, other than his promise to ‘reform’ Iran from the Shah's policies,” says Dana. “Journalists, diplomats, everyone was fawning over Khomeini. He had the support of many Iranians, as well as European leaders. But I knew he would be a tragedy for Iran.”
Dana became an early, outspoken critic of Khomeini. On the first day that Khomeini arrived in France, Dana and 15 other Iranian graduate students went to see the Ayatollah in Neauphle-le-Château, outside of Paris. All the other students – including Dana’s wife who was in Paris studying for her Masters Degree in psychology – showered praise on Khomeini.
Dana, however, knew from his Shiite upbringing precisely what damage a fanatical Khomeini regime would do to the country. So at the meeting, he stood up and declared: "You are going to ruin our country. You will destroy our beloved history and culture. You are deceiving the Iranian people and the world. Evil liar!"
“Immediately Khomeini’s security guards pounced on me,” says Dana, “and the French police – who were outside guarding the compound – arrested me for insulting this so-called ‘holy man.’ They didn't know what Khomeini really stood for.”
After a short detention, Dana was released. But within months, Khomeini had arrived triumphantly in Iran to lead the Islamic revolution, welcomed by a joyous crowd of 5 million people.
“I was convinced that Khomeini’s regime would eventually destroy Iran. I had to stop them.”
Dana had spent 10 years in the Iranian army and police force, and was awarded medals for being the top sharpshooter. So he formulated a plot to assassinate Khomeini.
The Shah and his family had fled to Morocco, so Dana traveled there to share his plan with the Queen. “I told her that I was willing to go to Tehran and make my ideological contribution to saving the nation of Iran. I would put a bullet into Khomeini’s forehead – and stop the Islamic revolution at its inception.”
But the Queen discouraged Dana from doing so. So he moved on to plan-B.
Three Death Sentences
Dana returned to Paris where he joined other Iranian students in establishing Javan ("young"), the first paramilitary group opposing the Khomeini regime. They performed various secret operations – including the daring capture of an Iranian missile gunship.
Prior to the revolution, Iran had purchased dozens of warships from France, but not all had been delivered. So in 1981 Khomeini sent naval officers to bring the remaining ships to Iran.
It was the first time that a Western nation had agreed to transfer advanced weaponry to the Khomeini, and Dana’s group was determined to stop it. Working with the former chief of staff of the Iranian army, they developed a detailed plan to capture the warships en route back to Iran, then utilize pockets of resistance throughout Iran to launch a full-scale overthrow of the Islamic regime.
Disguised in Spanish police uniforms, Dana’s group successfully pulled off the raid in international waters – capturing one of the warships and holding the 31 Iranian naval personnel captive. But the larger-scale plan went awry: The activists manning the coordination center in Spain were arrested, and in the resulting communications breakdown the entire operation collapsed.
“At that point we had no choice but to go back to France, where French President François Mitterrand convinced us that our best move would be to release the boat and accept political asylum in France.”
Dana’s life had hit a dead-end. Though he had a PhD in international law from the University of Paris, he could not find work in France because he had been arrested multiple times by the French police for opposing the Iranian Islamic regime. In addition, his wife was a strong supporter of Khomeini, so his marriage was over and he became estranged from his two children.
On top of it all, Dana’s anti-Khomeini activities had earned him three separate death sentences by an Iranian Islamic tribunal.
Daniel Dana was a man without a country, a soldier without an army.
He recalls: “I was depressed and wanted to commit suicide. But being a tough guy, I didn't want to simply jump off a bridge or overdose on pills. I came up with at a novel approach: Since the Iranian Islamic tribunal had already pronounced three death sentences against me, I decided to go back to Iran, present myself to the authorities, and have them execute me. This way I could die on my beloved Iranian soil, while making a strong political statement at the same time.”
And so he did. In March 1986, Dana went to the Iranian Embassy in Paris and told them that he wanted to be executed. “They thought I was joking, but I was serious.”
The Iranian intelligence services interrogated him for endless hours, and eventually allowed him to travel to Iran. But there his plan was thwarted. “The Iranian authorities realized that executing me would be bad PR for the regime. So they decided instead to use me for propaganda purposes. They would pardon me and allow me to work as a lawyer in Iran – then hold me up as a symbol of the regime’s commitment to freedom and human rights.”
Dana became a practicing attorney and a Professor of Law at Azad University in Tehran. But in typically Dana style, life did not proceed quietly. Through his legal research, he discovered that high-ranking government officials had embezzled $370 million.
He took the information directly to the Iranian Minister of Justice – who promptly offered him a bribe to keep quiet.
“That has never been my style, so the next day I went public with the scandal. A week later I was in London for a conference, and received word from my law office: ‘Don't come back to Iran. It is too dangerous for you’."
Thus, in 1990, Dana became exiled a second time from Iran.
He traveled to Mumbai where he had some legal clients, and from there he settled in Australia where he had friends and was granted political asylum. He became involved in Christianity and studied theology for three years at the University of Melbourne, eventually ordained as an Anglican priest.
But Dana never let go of his activism against the Khomeini regime. During this time Salman Rushdie had written The Satanic Verses, a novel critical of Islam that became an international scandal when the Ayatollah sentenced him to death. Anyone associated with the book became a target of attack: The book’s Japanese translator was brutally stabbed to death, the Italian translator was seriously stabbed, and the publisher in Norway was shot three times in an attempted assassination.
“I am an idealist and this type of intimidation only increased my motivation,” he says. Dana translated the book from English into Persian – and was promptly censured by the Australian government for “inciting hatred” among the 300,000 Muslims living in Australia and the tens of millions more in nearby Indonesia and Malaysia.
Coming Home
In 1994, Dana was granted a research fellowship for two months at Hebrew University in Jerusalem. While in Israel, the Australian government used the opportunity to cancel his “asylum status,” citing him as a security risk for provoking Islamic hatred.
This put Dana in real geo-political limbo – he could not travel to Iran, France, Australia or any other country for that matter. He had no choice but to remain in Israel.
In Israel he was introduced to Jews and Judaism for the first time. As he learned more, he rejected Christianity and came to conclusion that Torah is authentic. He soon met a Russian immigrant to Israel and got married.
Around this time Dana was diagnosed with a rare blood disease that is found predominantly in Middle Eastern Jews. “I started to think about the idea of Jewish blood in my veins,” he says.
Little did he know. In 2007 he traveled to the U.S. for a relative’s wedding. Also in attendance was his cousin, Dr. Miriam Dnada, the daughter of his uncle Musa, his mother's brother.
Miriam told Dana how, when her father [Dana’s uncle Musa] had died a few years earlier, he revealed in his final hours:
"When my own father [Dana’s grandfather] was on his deathbed, he told me a family secret: That we are really Jews,” Musa told Miriam. “And now, I am passing that secret along to you. Our real family name is Abayef, and we are Jews."
Upon hearing the shocking news, Dana suddenly understood why his grandmother always insisted on not eating meat with milk. And thus began his quest to unravel the mystery of his family history.
Two centuries ago, Dana’s ancestors lived in Mashad, in the northeast corner of Iran. It is a Muslim stronghold, attracting 20 million Muslim pilgrims every year, who come to worship at the shrine of the Imam Reza. In 1839 a terrible pogrom called for the forced conversion of Jews to Islam. Many lived dual lives as crypto-Jews, but Dana’s ancestors fled to Baku, the capital of Azerbaijan in the former Soviet Union, where they were able to practice Judaism openly.
Fast-forward to 1925, when the Reza Shah (the father of the noted Shah of Iran) rose to power and instituted freedom of religion in Iran.
“My grandparents were unhappy with the recent Communist takeover, so in 1927 they moved back across the border into northwest Iran,” says Dana. “But they feared another pogrom and made a conscious decision to keep their Jewishness a secret. So they changed their last name and pretended to be Shiite Muslims.”
At the time, Dana’s mother was age 3 and had no inkling of the family’s Jewish roots. But her brother Musa was 8, and the family secret was entrusted to him – only to be revealed decades later, on his deathbed, to his daughter Miriam.
“Now I understand why my grandmother pushed me so much to become an Ayatollah,” says Dana. “She bent over backwards and made every effort to prove herself as a good Muslim, to drive out our Jewish roots.”

Final Chapter
Now approaching age 70, Dr. Dana has no thoughts of slowing down. He continues to work as a political activist, helping to organize various plans to bring about regime change in Iran.
He is also a prolific author, having written dozens of books and scholarly papers. One book, an autobiographical novel entitled "Three Ropes Hanging," tells the fascinating story of his uncompromising war against the Shiite regime and the death sentences against him. Another book, "Abayef – A Bridge Builder Between Faiths" is the stirring saga of his journey through various religions before learning of his Jewish ancestry.
But his favorite topic these days is promoting the socio-historic ties between Iran and Israel.
“This connection goes back 2,700 years, longer than relations between any two countries anywhere,” says Dana, referring to the era of Persian King Cyrus (6th century BCE), who allowed the exiled Jews to return to Israel and rebuild the Temple. “Today all we hear coming out of Iran is Holocaust denial and threats to annihilate Israel with nuclear weapons. But this is a grave distortion. Historically, Iran and Israel are twin sisters – symbols of advanced culture, while rooted in the warm Eastern mentality.”
Dana says it is only a matter of time before the Islamic regime falls. “This evil dragon is opposed by the vast majority of the Iranian population,” he says. “It will fall and be replaced by a moderate, rational Iranian leadership. That’s why it is crucial to cement the foundations for strong bilateral relations between Iran and Israel as soon as possible.”
As for his Jewish origins, Dana says: “I still have many relatives in Mashad, but I have no contact with them. Politically it would be too dangerous for them. I shudder to think that they – like me for so many years – remain unaware of their Jewish roots.”
Dana is philosophical about his years of wandering and adventure. “It is clear that this roundabout route – from Iran to France to Australia and finally to Israel – was God’s way of sending me home, to discover who I really am.”