Thursday, February 25, 2010



26th of February 2010 Time: 6.00 pm to 8.00 pm

Anthony Loewenstein, freelance journalist & author My Israel Question; Ian Bickerton, History Research Fellow UNSW, author The Arab-Israel Conflict – A History.

I don’t care whether it is a one state or two states! However, I do care about the most slow motion and painful Israeli holocaust in the occupied Palestine of our time. The victims of the longest running concentration camps known to mankind located inside occupied Palestine with a stamp of infinity are known as terrorists in their mother’s cradle, backyards and schoolyards. However, offenders racing from all over the world to Palestine are treated as victims!

My question is when and what are we going to reverse this monumental injustice and ensure peace in Palestine?

Faruque Ahmed


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Thursday, February 25, 2010


Friday, February 12, 2010

Do you call it promiscuity for virginity?

The dead Arabs pay the price for living Jews (?).

The living Arabs pay the price for dead Jews (?)

The Jewish (?) Museum of tolerance is based on pure INTOLERANCE!

Do you call it promiscuity for virginity?

Jewish museum to be built on Arab graveyard

  • By Sheera Frenkel
  • From: NewsCore
  • February 12, 2010 10:23PM

JERUSALEM families are pleading with the UN to help stop construction of a Jewish museum on the site of the ancient Muslim cemetery of Mamilla.

The Times of London

Dyala Husseini-Dajani and her husband, who belong to two of the oldest Arab families in Jerusalem, point to the areas where their ancestors are buried.

Soon, she fears, there will be nothing left of the burial plot as the entire area is earmarked for demolition to make way for a new Museum of Tolerance, a £160 million ($283.7 million) complex sponsored by a US-based Jewish rights organisation, the Simon Weisenthal Centre.

"How can they not see the irony of this so-called Museum of Tolerance?" Husseini-Dajani asked.

She has joined 60 other members of longstanding Jerusalem families to sign a petition to the UN Special Rapporteur's office on freedom of religion.

They want the UN to put pressure on Israel to stop construction there.

"What the UN can do is limited but they can investigate and raise awareness," said Diana Buttu, a lawyer involved with the petition.

"We have exhausted all our other legal means."

Rabbi Marvin Hier, founder of the Weisenthal Centre, has defended the decision to build the museum, stating that the complex will promote coexistence.

"All citizens of Israel, Jews and non-Jews, are the real beneficiaries of the site," he said.

Palestinians claim that the project is a land grab, aimed at destroying evidence of Arab claims to west Jerusalem.

"This is my history, my family, everything," said Husseini-Dajani.

Tuesday, February 9, 2010

ACMA is going to investigate radio 2UE

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1 4 October2009

Mr Faruque Ahmed

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ACMA reference: ACMA2009/2351 Investigation 2298

Dear Mr Ahmed

RE: complaint about overnight with Jim Bail broadcast by 2UE on l2 Aug 2009.

I refer to your complaint to the Australian communications and Media Authority (the ACMA) concerning the above matter.

The ACMA has decided to investigate your complaint against relevant provisions of the Commercial Radio Australia Codes of -practice 2004.

The investigation may take several months, including preparation of a report and internal clearance.

You will be notified of the results of the investigation when it is finalised.

The ACMA usually publishes final investigation reports on its website and includes a summary in its monthly newsletter and Annual Report. A media release may also be issued. You need to be aware that some details of your complaint may receive publicity, regardless of whether a breach is found.

Yours Sincerely

Eileen Haley

Assistant Manager

Investigation Section