2013年8月21日水曜日

Daniel Seaman I am sick of the Japanese

Seamanは、原爆記念式典にうんざりと言う。

古代エジプトで奴隷だったイスエラルの先祖。
エジプトから逃れてもイスエラルの先祖は、法律で奴隷制度を整備し、
継続した。

ユダヤ系米国人のLeo Szilardが原爆開発。
Leo Szilardは、ユダヤ系米国人のAlbert Einstein、Edward Tellerらに
原爆開発の同調を求め、大統領に書簡送付を提言、快諾された。
広島と長崎に原爆投下許可をしたHarry S. Trumanのスポンサーはユダヤ
系と言われる。
広島にリトルボーイを投下したPaul Warfield Tibbets, Jr.はユダヤ系
米国人。
原爆とユダヤの関係は深い。
現在もイスラエルは、80発の戦術核を所有。
ユダヤ人の一部は、人種差別を受けたと言うが、一部のユダヤ人が人種
差別をしているのも事実。

ハマスとモサドによる対立やイスラエル軍による民間人殺戮は続く。
パレスチナが国連で準国家として認められ、米国による和平交渉継続に
合意しても、入植地に住宅建設。

Seamanは、「広島・長崎の被爆者は、日本軍の占領の報い(意図略)」と言う。
スコットランド国教会が発表したThe inheritance of Abraham? A report on the 'promised land'
についても批判。発表では、新約聖書 の「約束の地」について解釈が
異なると言うもの。神がイスラエル民に与える土地である約束の地は、
神がイスラエル民に与えた土地ではないとのこと。
イスラエル、寺院、土地、エルサレムと言う単語は、直接の意味では
ないとの主張のようだ。
EUがヒズボラをテロリストグループと認定したことについても批判。
ラマダン、ノルウェー連続テロ事件等暴言が多い。

イスラエル首相府は、Seamanを停職との報道もあるが、ネット書込み
禁止にしただけとの報道もある。

どこの国も似たような性格の人が要職に就くが、必要悪か、悪役による
国民のガス抜きとしているのだろうか。

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---原爆追悼に「うんざり」=イスラエル高官が書き込み
2013/08/16-06:18
http://www.jiji.com/jc/c?g=pol_30&k=2013081600067

 【エルサレム時事】広島と長崎への原爆投下について、イスラエル政府高官がフェイスブック上に「日本の侵略が招いた結果だ。追悼式典は独り善がりでうんざりしている」などと書き込んだことが分かり、在テルアビブ日本大使館は15日までにイスラエル外務省に抗議した。
 地元紙ハーレツによると、書き込みを行ったのは、統廃合された広報・離散民省から首相府のインターネット広報部門のトップに転じる予定だったダニエル・シーマン氏。
 今月6日に広島で原爆犠牲者を追悼する平和記念式典が開かれたのを受け、「ヒロシマとナガサキは日本の侵略が招いた結果で、自業自得だ。追悼式典は独り善がりでうんざりしている」と自身のフェイスブックに書き込んだ。さらに、「日本が追悼すべきなのは、日本の侵略や虐殺の犠牲者の中国人や韓国人らだ」と主張した。これらの書き込みはその後削除された。 
 イスラエル首相府は「シーマン氏の書き込みは政府の立場を反映するものではない」としているが、発言を重く見た首相府は、シーマン氏の広報部門での活動を禁じたという。


---イスラエルが入植住宅増設を発表 和平交渉に影響か---
2013.08.12 Mon posted at 12:41 JST
http://www.cnn.co.jp/world/35035851.html

 エルサレム(CNN) イスラエルのアリエル住宅相は11日、占領地のヨルダン川西岸と東エルサレムでの新たな入植計画の詳細を発表した。パレスチナ自治政府との和平交渉の本格再開を14日に控え、交渉の行方に与える影響が懸念されている。
 アリエル氏は「自国内の住宅建設事業で他国からの指図は受けない」との姿勢を示し、新たに建設するユダヤ人住宅1000戸余りについて業者からの入札を募集すると発表。入植地を含む国内各地で住宅建設を続けるのは「ユダヤ民族運動としても、経済的な面でも正しいこと」と主張した。
 これに対して野党・労働党のヤヒモビッチ党首は「ネタニヤフ首相は和平合意の達成を目指しているのか、その可能性を台無しにしようとしているのか」と迫り、新たな建設は「欧米やパレスチナ、さらに和平を求める多くのイスラエル国民を侮辱する行為だ」と非難した。
 またラピド財務相も、入植活動は和平交渉の「助けにならない」との見方を示したうえで、建設計画は「誤りだ」と述べた。
 ヨルダン川西岸とエルサレムでの入植活動をめぐる問題は、2010年に前回の和平交渉が決裂する原因にもなった。
 パレスチナ側の交渉責任者アリカット氏は11日、住宅建設計画の発表に対して「まったく信じ難く、受け入れられない。ただちに非難されるべき行為だ」と強い反発を示した。
パレスチナ評議会のアシュラウィ議員はCNNとのインタビューで、「(イスラエルの発表に)驚いてはいないが、米国の役割に失望を感じている」「米国が和平に真剣に取り組むつもりなら、イスラエルの入植活動をやめさせるべきだ」と語った。
 同氏は、和平交渉がイスラエルとパレスチナの「二国家共存」を原則としているのに対し、「パレスチナの土地を盗んでエルサレムの入植住宅を増やそうとするのは、その原則を一方的に破る行為だ」と批判した。
 米国務省のプサキ報道官は先週、「入植活動の正当性を認めないというわれわれの立場に変わりはない」と述べ、イスラエル政府にはすでに入植計画への懸念を伝えたと話していた。
 イスラエルとパレスチナは先月末、ケリー米国務長官の仲介により、和平交渉を再開することで合意していた。パレスチナ側はもともと、交渉再開の条件としてイスラエル側に入植活動の凍結やパレスチナ人受刑者の釈放を求めてきた。
 イスラエル政府は和平交渉再開に先立って釈放を決めたパレスチナ人受刑者のうち、26人について11日中に名前を公表し、13日以降に釈放すると発表している。


---Israeli spin doctor silenced over Facebook posts---
By Robert Tait, Jerusalem
5:09PM BST 15 Aug 2013
http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/worldnews/middleeast/israel/10245488/Israeli-spin-doctor-silenced-over-Facebook-posts.html

An Israeli government spin doctor has been barred from speaking out in public after a series of vitriolic diatribes on Facebook that included an attack on the Church of Scotland and condemnation of memorials honouring the Hiroshima and Nagasaki atomic bomb victims.

The official gagging order has been imposed on Daniel Seaman, outgoing deputy director of the now-defunct ministry of public diplomacy and dispora affairs, after his comments drew the attention of the Japanese embassy in Tel Aviv.

It means he will be unable to speak or write on Israel's behalf as he prepares to move to the office of Benjamin Netanyahu, the Israeli prime minister, as head of the interactive media unit, a job whose remit involves commenting on foreign affairs.

Mr Netanyahu's administration acted after Japanese diplomats contacted Israel's foreign minister to ask if Mr Seaman's August 8 Facebook comment on Japan reflected Israeli government policy.

The post argued that victims of the 1945 Hiroshima and Nagasaki bombings were being remembered at the expense of those who died under Japanese military occupation.

"I am sick of the Japanese, of the Japanese, "Human Rights" and "Peace" groups the world over holding their annual self-righteous commemorations for the Hiroshima and Nagasaki victims," Mr Seaman wrote. "Hiroshima and Nagasaki were the consequence of Japanese aggression. You reap what you sow...

"Instead, they should be commemorating the estimated 50 million Chinese, Korean and other victims of Japanese imperial aggression and genocide - not to mention nearly 120,000 Allied military casualties who fought to defeat the genocidal Japanese. These are who deserve to be and should be remembered this week."

It was the latest in a series of robust comments left by Mr Seaman on Facebook, Haaretz newspaper reported.

He attacked the Church of Scotland in May over a report which suggested that Jews had no divine claim to the land of historic Palestine.

He wrote: "The Church of Scotland? The Calvinist, Presbytarian [sic] Church of Scotland? Why do you think we give a flyin **** what you have to say?"

On July 22, he lambasted the EU's decision to label the military wing of Hizbollah, the Lebanese Shia organisation, as a terrorist group a "half-a****"because it made a distinction with its political wing.

At the start of the Muslim holy festival of Ramadan on July 9, he wrote: "Does the commencement of the fast of the Ramadan mean that Muslims will stop eating each other during the daytime?"

Another post on May 26, referred to comments by Saeb Erekat, the chief Palestinian negotiator, that Israel had a duty to return to its pre-1967 borders. "Is there a diplomatic way of saying 'Go **** yourself?'" Mr Seaman wrote.

In a statement, the prime minister's office said: "These comments are not acceptable and definitely do not express the positions of the state of Israel."

Israeli officials declined to say if Mr Seaman might be sacked but indicated that further disciplinary proceeding were afoot.

"For someone who up till now has worked in public affairs to be told that he cannot do this any more, and that's before any process that might or might not happen, well that's an important step," one government insider said.

Mr Seaman, a member of Mr Netanyahu's Right-wing Likud party, is a former head of Israel's government press office, when he was noted for his often confrontational relationships with foreign correspondents covering the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.

Separately, Israel's ambassador to Sweden has provoked controversy by comparing Palestinian prisoners released this week as part of a goodwill gesture paving the way to peace talks to Anders Behring Breivik, the Right-wing Norwegian extremist who killed 69 people in a shooting spree and eight others in a bomb attack in 2011.

"The horrors that [the Palestinian prisoners] did, to put it in a Scandinavian understanding, it's like what happened in Norway with Breivik," Isaac Bachman, Israel's envoy to Stockholm told Swedish state radio.

"Imagine if Breivik was released as a gesture of some sort."

The comments were condemned by families of Breivik's victims.


---Israeli government distances itself from senior official after series of offensive Facebook posts---
Thursday 15 August 2013
http://www.independent.co.uk/news/world/middle-east/israeli-government-distances-itself-from-senior-official-after-series-of-offensive-facebook-posts-8764220.html

The online PR chief touched on Palestine, Japan and the Church of Scotland in his rants
Ben Lynfield

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s office has distanced itself from a series of obscene Facebook posts written by a senior official who is currently in charge of efforts by Israel to improve its image.

Daniel Seaman, who was recently promoted to the post of head of Israeli public diplomacy on the internet, is the architect of a controversial new programme to mobilise hundreds of university students to write pro-Israel Facebook posts by giving them scholarships, and formerly served as director of Israel’s Government Press Office.

The offensive posts were made beginning in May and continued up to last week. They were called to public attention by an article in the Israeli national newspaper Haaretz.

In a post on May 26, Mr Seaman responded to a statement by Palestinian official Saeb Erekat calling for Israel to cease all settlement construction in the West Bank, with the post: “Is there a diplomatic way of saying ‘Go F*** yourself’?”

Also in May, Mr Seaman disparaged the Palestinians for marking the 65th anniversary of what they term the naqba, or catastrophe of their displacement when Israel was established. “The Palestinians commemorated the naqba with a 65-second siren in Ramallah. That’s not enough time to pause to think how stupid they are,” he wrote.

On July 9 Mr Seaman took aim at the Muslim fasting month of Ramadan: “Does the commencement of the fast of the Ramadan mean that Muslims will stop eating each other during the daytime?”

Referring to a report by the Church of Scotland which said that Israelis do not have a special right to the Holy Land, he posted: “The Church of Scotland, the Calvinist Presbytarian (sic) Church of Scotland. Why do they think we give a flying F*** what you have to say?”

On August 8, two days after memorials for the victims of the atomic bombs dropped on Hiroshima and Nagasaki, Mr Seaman wrote “I am sick of the Japanese ‘Human Rights’ and ‘Peace’ groups the world over holding the annual self-righteous commemorations for the Hiroshima and Nagasaki victims. Hiroshima and Nagasaki were the consequences of Japanese aggression. You reap what you sow.”

Israeli officials issued a statement that the posts “are unacceptable and do not express the views of the Israeli government. The National Information directorate has instructed Mr Seaman to immediately cease from making expressions in these matters.”

But Ghassan Khatib, former director of the Palestinian Authority government press office, said the statements were not an aberration.

“I think he is saying publicly what many officials think but for diplomatic reasons don’t say publicly. Israeli official actions such as expansion of settlements and its aggressive attitude and behaviour creates an environment conducive to such hostile, racist and inciteful statements.”

Zehava Galon, head of the liberal Israeli Meretz party, termed Mr Seaman’s posts “scandalous”. She said that Mr Netanyahu’s not dismissing Mr Seaman “means that he gives legitimacy to these kinds of expressions”.

“You can’t advance peace in this way, and this shows that Netanyahu does not intend to reach an arrangement with the Palestinians.” she said.


---The Church of Scotland’s Scandal--
May 14, 2013 12:00 AM
http://www.nationalreview.com/article/348212/church-scotland%E2%80%99s-scandal

Its new report on Israel is a combination of medieval anti-Judaism and leftist anti-Zionism.
By Dennis Prager

Earlier this month, the Church of Scotland issued a report titled “The inheritance of Abraham? A report on the ‘promised land.’”

The essence of the report is that, according to the Bible itself, Jews have no more attachment to the land of Israel than anyone else. Hence “promised land” is in quotation marks in the report’s title - because there is no promised land.

In the report’s words, “the New Testament contains a radical re-interpretation of the concepts of ‘Israel,’ ‘temple,’ ‘Jerusalem,’ and ‘land.’” When the Bible mentions ‘Israel,’ it does not mean Israel; when it says ‘temple,’ the Bible does not mean the Jewish temple; ‘Jerusalem’ does not mean the city of Jerusalem; and ‘land’ does not mean land.

“Promises about the land of Israel,” the report continues, “were never intended to be taken literally, or as applying to a defined geographical territory.”

Even during the worst excesses of Christian anti-Semitism in the Middle Ages, it is doubtful that any normative Christian body declared that “Israel,” “the temple,” “Jerusalem,” and “the land” no longer meant or were ever intended to mean what those words represent.

This claim is not only profoundly anti-Semitic; it is an act of theological forgery. It makes a mockery of the Bible as a coherent document; and it renders Christianity inherently anti-Semitic.

It would be as if a major post-Christian religious body had announced that “Jesus,” “Christ,” “crucifixion,” and “resurrection” had never meant what Christians and the New Testament writers had always understood them to mean. Imagine if a major Muslim body declared that Jesus means Mohammed, Christ means Koran, crucifixion means Islamophobia, and resurrection means the Hajj.

I have never equated criticism of Israel with anti-Semitism. But the Church of Scotland report (which, after the initial explosive public reaction, the church has taken down from its website for rewriting) is not about criticism of Israel; it is about invalidating the Jewish people, and invalidating the Jews’ historically incontestable claims to the land upon which the only independent states that ever existed were Jewish.

The Church of Scotland report asserts that the Bible does not support the existence of a Jewish state: “There has been a widespread assumption by many Christians as well as many Jewish people that the Bible supports an essentially Jewish state of Israel. This raises an increasing number of difficulties.”

It asserts that justice and the existence of a Jewish state are mutually exclusive: “There is a direct conflict of interest between wanting human rights and justice for all and retaining the right to the land.”

It asserts that the Jews’ return to Israel has no Biblical basis.

It asserts that the notion that the Jews have or ever had a special relationship with God - one of the most oft-repeated ideas in the Hebrew Bible - is negated in that very same Bible: “That exclusivist tradition implied Jews had a special, privileged position in relation to God. But the prophetic tradition stood against this.” The Chosen People is not chosen, in other words.

It asserts that God’s promise of the land to Abraham has nothing to do with the Jews; it is only about Jesus: “The promise to Abraham about land is fulfilled through the impact of Jesus, not by restoration of land to the Jewish people.”

It asserts that even Jesus - that proud, religious Jew - did not believe in any special relationship between God and the Jews: “Jesus offered a radical critique of Jewish specialness.”

At the same time, this truly immoral document does not devote a word to why there were Palestinian refugees: While the Jews accepted the 1947-48 partition of Palestine into Jewish and Arab states, all the neighboring Arab states rejected the partition and invaded the Jewish territory in order to annihilate the modern state of Israel at its birth.

Nor does the report devote a single sentence to how Israel’s occupation of the West Bank came about: In 1967 Israel’s neighbors sought to exterminate Israel, just as Iran, Hamas, Hezbollah, and most Palestinians and other Muslims in the Middle East wish to do today. Only because of the 1967 war, won by Israel, did Israel come to occupy the West Bank of Jordan.

Nor is a word devoted to the Palestinian National Authority’s honoring of its numerous terrorists, or to the exterminationist and anti-Semitic propaganda that saturates Middle Eastern media, or to the widespread Palestinian support for terrorism (according to the just-released Pew Forum poll of Muslims, 40 percent of Palestinians support suicide terror).

And the Church of Scotland did not think it important to even hint at what happened after the Israelis gave the whole of Gaza to the Palestinians: The Palestinians converted it into a terror state that regularly launches rockets into Israel to kill as many Israelis as possible.

Most vile of all, the Church of Scotland never once notes, let alone condemns, the Muslim countries and organizations that seek to annihilate Israel, an existential threat that no other country or people in the world faces.

The Church of Scotland has given voice to the ugliest depiction of Jews since medieval times. The official reaction of the Scottish Jewish community is that Christian-Jewish post-Holocaust dialogue seems to have been a moral and intellectual waste of time. I do not agree. But if other Christian churches do not condemn the Church of Scotland - despite its promise to revise its report to include a statement that Israel has a right to exist (!) - even pro-Christian Jews will wonder whether the Scottish Jewish community’s reaction is valid.

And how did this happen? The report is a combination of medieval Christian anti-Judaism and contemporary leftist anti-Zionism. For Jews and Israel, that’s a lethal combination.

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