Top Daily Story … Press TV, Tehran
Corporate media has not done any stories about the Jewish Lobby, which displays so much control over legislatures, why it has not been able to intimidate EU leaders into killing this growing pressure.
Our US Congress has been virtual lap poodles when it comes to core Zionist issues like this. They do what they are told to do.
The danger comes where the Zionists are given lots of time to scramble, they can do things like organize a big terrorist attack somewhere as a game-changer. And they have many versions of game changers. Gordon has a top story on Press TV where the Jewish registration hoax story in East Ukraine comes right back here to our own tried and true ADL.
Of course none of media carriers of the story got in touch with the Donetsk area Jewish community to find out that they considered it a hoax. But that is corporate media for you, they just ignore any sources that debunk their own story.
And I don't cut them any slack hiding behind the quote comments. Even the National Enquirer might have put a call into them...Jim W. Dean ]
The European Union has called on the Israeli regime to reverse expansionist plans in the occupied West Bank.
On Friday, EU foreign policy chief Catherine Ashton expressed “great concern” over Tel Aviv’s plans to grab more land near the Gush Etzion settlement, south of Bethlehem, and plans to build new illegal settlements in the southern city of al-Khalil (Hebron).
“The EU calls on the Israeli authorities to reverse these decisions,” Ashton said, adding that such events are “not conducive to the climate of trust and cooperation needed for the current peace negotiations to succeed.”She also called for “utmost restraint and responsibility in order not to jeopardize the current negotiation process.” On March 20, acting Palestinian Authority chief Mahmoud Abbas said the US-mediated talks had reached an “impasse” because of Tel Aviv’s “settlement activity”.
The last round of Israeli-Palestinian talks broke down in 2010 after the Tel Aviv regime refused to halt its settlement construction.
The presence and continued expansion of Israeli settlements in occupied Palestine has created a major obstacle for the efforts to establish peace in the Middle East.
More than half a million Israelis live in over 120 illegal settlements built since Israel’s occupation of the Palestinian territories of the West Bank and East al-Quds in 1967.
The United Nations and most countries regard the Israeli settlements as illegal because the territories were captured by Israel in a war in 1967 and are hence subject to the Geneva Conventions, which forbid construction on occupied lands.