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Posted on May 3, 2012 4:10:27 PM PDT
Last edited by the author on May 3, 2012 4:13:28 PM PDT
L. King says:
Price of McDonald's Hamburger, McFish Royal Decline in Israel

f it is true that the price of a Big Mac is the best gauge of measuring a country's purchasing-power parity, then Israel became a whole lot more affordable for its inhabitants overnight.

McDonald's Israel slashed prices on a range of products at its 160-plus branches Sunday, including the benchmark Big Mac, which it cut from NIS 15.90 to NIS 11.90. Big Mac, Easy Mac, McFish Royal, McNugget and Corn-on-the-cob meal deals were reduced 16 percent from NIS 34.90 to NIS 29.90. Family meal deals were slashed by as much as 12%.

The company implemented the reductions following a price hike of up to 40% on certain products at its 40 kosher branches during Passover. It said the temporary price hike was introduced to compensate for the increased cost of producing kosher-for-Passover items such as rolls made from matza meal.

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The cost of an Israeli Big Mac was $4.13 at the time of the survey, less than in the United States ($4.30), but more than in many countries with far higher per capita income, including Britain ($3.82) and Singapore ($3.75). Switzerland was the most expensive place to purchase a Big Mac ($6.81), and India, where it is made with chicken instead of beef, the cheapest ($1.62).

The index is based on the theory of purchasing- power parity; in the long run, exchange rates should adjust to equal the price of a basket of goods and services in different countries. For example, the January index showed that the shekel was about 2% undervalued against the US dollar at the time. The exchange rate that would have brought the price of an Israeli Big Mac into parity with an American one was NIS 3.79 to the dollar, while the actual exchange rate was NIS 3.85.

Full article: http://www.ynetnews.com/articles/0,7340,L-4223435,00.html

When I travel I like to eat at local restaurants to literally get the flavour of a place, but Israelis, like us, sometimes need to eat in a hurry and would like a cheap bright place to take the kids. However one of the surprisingly nice aspects of Israel is the general absence of international chains.

In reply to an earlier post on May 3, 2012 4:26:41 PM PDT
L. King says:
Both developments are interesting. Under Oslo Area C was under Israeli administration but meant over time to devolve Palestinian control, but based on negotiations. These negotiations have been stalled for the last several years by the PA's weakness and refusal to negotiate.

Both the dam and the road are a good idea in terms of regional development. The article indicates some concerns the Israelis have, but the details on both sides are sketchy.

It would be a good diplomatic move for the two sides to talk a bit with each other to greenlight both projects, and to give an indication that cooperation is a possibility. IMHO.

In reply to an earlier post on May 3, 2012 4:53:48 PM PDT
Rachel says:
L. King:

Amen!

Rachel

In reply to an earlier post on May 3, 2012 4:56:29 PM PDT
Rachel says:
L. King:

I do hope we keep Israel's unique architectural flavor, culture and landscape.

Rachel

In reply to an earlier post on May 3, 2012 4:58:21 PM PDT
Rachel says:
L. King:
Repaeat with me:
It would be a good diplomatic idea!
It would be a good diplomatic idea!
It would be a good diplomatic idea!

Will it happen?

Rachel

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Posted on May 4, 2012 6:31:44 AM PDT
J. Schwarz says:
A jerk by any other name is still a jerk. Some people who are not smart enough to realize they are bigots and go to bigoted sites think they are smart enough to understand and judge things they have never bothered to study. So all it does is make them appear to be bigger jerks. What else can you expect from uneducated fools?

In reply to an earlier post on May 4, 2012 7:03:34 AM PDT
Sixties fan says:
J,

Please.....ignore....do not mention... Do not see....
He must be on another thread. You may engage or talk about him there.
Todah.

Posted on May 4, 2012 7:21:40 AM PDT
Sixties fan says:
Shabbat Shalom Israel !

Friday, May 4, 2012
Roth - Fewer terror attacks? It's no accident
Frimet/Arnold Roth..
This Ongoing War..
04 May '12..

A week ago, we wrote ("28-Apr-12: Security barrier proves yet again to be a life-saver") about the small victories of an alert security force confronted with terrorists in ordinary clothing carrying weapons of extreme hostility in their bags and on their bodies.

This morning there's more. Two Palestinian Arab men, reported to be in their 20s, were apprehended by Israeli Border Guard personnel yesterday (Thursday) near busy Tapuah Junction in the Shomron (Samaria). They were found to have explosive pipe-bomb devices and knives in their backpacks. The bombs were safely exploded by sappers and none of the harm which the terrorists intended to cause materialized. They are now in custody.

Then in the small hours of this morning (Friday), an alert security guard protecting the Elon Moreh community (population: 1,300), also in the Shomron, alerted soldiers to the presence of a Palestinian Arab man approaching the security fence. He was promptly arrested by soldiers from the IDF's Kfir Brigade and found to be armed with a knife 14 centimeters (6 inches) long [sources: here, here and here]. A previous attack by a pair of would-be terrorists equipped with knives was foiled just eight weeks ago in the same place. At the time, we wrote:

A thriving Jewish village of some 1,200 people today, Elon Moreh is in the vicinity of Itamar, Har Bracha and Yitzhar... For at least two millenia, Jews have traditionally reckoned Elon Moreh to be the place where Abraham had been told by the Almghty: "To your descendants will I give this land" (Genesis 12:6) and where Abraham's grandson Jacob later purchased land (Genesis 33:19). Skeptics will question whether Jacob and Abraham heard this or even whether they existed. But it's far more difficult for them to deny that Jews have held this belief about their historical forebears as part of Judaism's written tradition stretching back far longer than most of today's cultures have had a written tradition... If only all terror attacks ended as neatly and successfully as today's.

We wish Elon Moreh's residents and ourselves a peaceful Sabbath.

Link: http://thisongoingwar.blogspot.com/2012/05/4-may-12-fewer-terror-attacks-its-no.html

Posted on May 4, 2012 7:26:25 AM PDT
Sixties fan says:
Friday, May 4, 2012
Bringer - Stealing Their Way to Statehood - Part I
Gil Bringer..
03 May '12..

This is Part I of a meticulously researched article that describes in detail how Bedouins of the Jordan Valley are used by the Palestinian Authority to take over territory in Area C surreptitiously.

While in Israel they are still talking about renewing negotiations, in the PA they are establishing facts on the ground. The goal, which was declared a long time ago, is to take over areas in the C region and create territorial contiguity. The method: establishing and developing Bedouin settlements with the legal and monetary support of the residents, who increasingly identify with the idea of a Palestinian state. The National Prosecutor's office closes an eye and the civil administration ignores it as well, and conducts a policy of double standards of justice towards the Jews and the Arabs. The Palestinians: Jerusalem is the Gate to heaven and the Jordan valley is the gate to Palestine.

They come from all over, equipped with vehicles and water trailers, they slow down near the Rimonim Checkpoint, pull over and park next to the Mekorot* pumping station. Higher up, in the guard post, a soldier on watch sees them filling the water trailers by means of a water pipe that awaits them at the spot. No one at the guard post stops them. This is the procedure and this is how the soldiers are instructed to act. From here the Arabs continue onward. They return to their small outpost, situated in a bend in the road. During the journey on Vered Road, which stretches from Rimonim to Jericho they wave to a family member traveling in the opposite direction. He is also making his way with an empty water tank, towed behind his vehicle. He is also on his way to a pumping station. He will also return to the illegal outpost that he lives in with a container of water that was filled courtesy of the government of Israel. This is routine in the realm of the Jordan Valley.

The Bedouin outposts are spreading quickly in this area, desperate for water. Without it, they couldn't exist. Until lately, the tribes would drill a hole in the pipe of the Mekorot and steal water. Sometimes, they wouldn't even bother to connect a pipe to the hole that they drilled, so that the water would flow in the direction of their encampment. The result was a continuous and uncontrolled flow of water. Israel, for its own reasons, chose not to fight this phenomenon and instead decided to supply to the illegal Bedouin settlements with the water required for development. The pumping stations, scattered in different locations in Judea and Samaria, supply the Bedouins all the water they need, purposely and legally. However this new method of obtaining water, even though it is simpler and more orderly, enables the Bedouins to extend the limits of their invasive border expansion into areas that have never had Mekorot water pipes and it requires the Bedouins to have equipment that they traditionally wouldn't have - huge tanks, large water containers and trailers. However, there is someone who is interested in the spreading of the Bedouins, and taking possession of new territories. And he understands the demand for water equipment and therefore supplies to them everything that is required, wholesale. An exploration of the sources of the water containers reveals the method, the means and the goal. Who is behind the new Bedouin settlement in the Valley?

First Stop: The Writing on the Tank

While traveling along the Jordan Valley Road, quick glimpses in the direction of the settlements on the sides of the road are enough to create the whole picture. Hundreds of identical water containers are scattered in the area. The same color, the same size, the same shape. It is obvious that they have all been produced in the same factory and it's clear that one hand is directing their distribution. If you get off the road and take a glimpse from up close, it allows you to see clearly the writing in Arabic printed on each of the containers: "The Bedouin Support Program. Funding: PA. Execution: The Ministry of Local Government".

Next to the yellow containers used for water storage, scattered among many Bedouin outposts in the Valley, are water trailers of another type - silver-colored tanks on wheels. The phenomenon repeats itself - exactly the same trailer in each of the outposts that we checked. On every one of the trailers the telephone number of the producer is printed clearly. When we called that number, one of the workers answered and at our request, passed the telephone to Mr. Rushdi Rafet, who presents himself as the owner of a metal-work shop, the name of which is "Barzaliat Haj Rafet", from the village of Arabe, in the Galilee. I present myself as someone who is interested in buying a trailer and request from Rushdi recommendations on his recent work in the area of the Jordan Valley. He tells me that he produced the containers that are towed by tractors during recent years and that they were supplied to the areas of Jericho, Tekoa, Ramallah, Mishor-Adumim, to a quarry in Anatoth and other places. He has a few different models and colors. Some are galvanized and some are not. "It all depends on what you want to spend", he explains. A few of the containers were ordered by the red cross but most of those that he prepared were ordered by the PA. Rafet suggests that I speak with them about his good work. The containers of the other sort were distributed by him as per the request of the PA in the area of Jericho and Mishor-Adumim, the area in which the Bedouin outposts are concentrated.

The brotherhood that was created between the Bedouins and the Palestinian Authority is very strange to anyone who hears about it, because many of the Bedouin leadership abhor the PA and have been complaining for years that they are neglected. A senior source in the Bedouin sector who speaks with us accuses the PA of corruption in every matter that has anything to do with money that passes to it from outside sources who want to invest in Bedouin welfare. Their Bedouin brothers South of the Jordan Valley who live in the Negev have never heard a word about the Bedouin support of the PA. In that area there are no water containers of any sort, not yellow and not silver-colored. Why does the PA have a support program for the Bedouins in the Jordan Valley?

* Mekorot (literally, "sources") is the Israeli Water Authority

Translated from Hebrew by Sally Zahav.

Source: Makor Rishon weekly Hebrew newspaper; http://myesha.org.il/?CategoryID=335&ArticleID=5365&Page=1

Posted on May 4, 2012 7:55:49 AM PDT
Sixties fan says:
Friday, May 4, 2012
Khaled Abu Toameh - What the Palestinians Want
Khaled Abu Toameh..
Gatestone Institute..
04 May '12..

No matter how much the US tries to help the Palestinians, it will always be viewed by many of them as an enemy.

Last week, President Barack Obama gave $147 million to the Palestinians. A few days later, Palestinians demonstrated in Ramallah against the US and boycotted a ceremony held by the US Consulate-General. The protesters carried placards which read: "USAID go out!" and "We reject aid from those who deny our people the right to self-determination."

USAID is the leading provider of bilateral development assistance to the Palestinians. This agency has given the Palestinians more than $3.5 billion since 1994 for programs in the areas of democracy and governance, education, health, humanitarian assistance, private enterprise and water resources and infrastructure.

The demonstration in Ramallah was held outside a hotel where US officials organized a ceremony marking World Press Freedom Day. Palestinian Authority policemen were deployed outside the hotel to prevent angry demonstrators from disrupting the ceremony.

The protesters chanted slogans denouncing US "bias" in favor of Israel. They accused the US of "covering up" for Israeli "war crimes" and using blocking efforts against the Palestinian leadership to seek UN recognition of a Palestinian state.

More than 20 Palestinian professional unions and other organizations announced a boycott of the US-sponsored event for the same reason. Many Palestinian journalists who were invited to cover the event also decided to stay away. Their representatives accused the US of supporting Israel and working toward "normalizing" relations between Israelis and Palestinians.

In a similar show of hostility, US diplomats who visited Ramallah several months ago had shoes thrown at their vehicles.

As far as most Palestinians are concerned, the "friend of my enemy is my enemy." Palestinians hate the US because of its continued support for Israel. The Palestinians want the US to endorse all their demands and force Israel to give them everything. As one of the leaders of the demonstrators explained, "The US will remain our enemy for as long as it does not fully support the Palestinians."

US threats to veto Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas's statehood bid at the UN have only intensified anti-US sentiments among the Palestinians.

The Americans can pour billions of dollars on the Palestinians every year, but that won't change their hearts and minds, especially toward the US. The same applies to the rest of the Arab world, where the masses continue to strongly detest the US.

The $147 million that Obama released to the Palestinians will probably help pay salaries of civil servants and improve infrastructure in Palestinian cities and villages, but the aid will surely not change the Palestinians' attitudes toward the US.

The anti-US sentiments are the direct result of incitement by the Palestinian Authority and other Palestinians against the US. Palestinians are reminded almost every day that the US, which has been providing them with billions of dollars, as a foe rather than friend, although no one seems to ask how come a foe is so generous.

US aid should be conditioned not only on transparency and accountability in the Palestinian Authority, but also on an end to the campaign of hatred and incitement, as officially agreed in the Oslo Accords, but never implemented.

Link: http://www.gatestoneinstitute.org/3049/what-palestinians-want

In reply to an earlier post on May 4, 2012 8:00:03 AM PDT
Last edited by the author on May 4, 2012 8:29:47 AM PDT
jeffesq613 says:
Let's try to avoid addressing the anti-Semites on this thread. We can't stop the Dickersons from posting their anti-Jewish copy and pastes or attempting to defend their own indefensible vile anti-Semitism, but we can have one thread where we can make it clear that no one's interested in what he has to say.

In reply to an earlier post on May 4, 2012 8:02:50 AM PDT
jeffesq613 says:
Hoffman was a favorite of Ian Mokel as well, as I recall. No surprise that Dickerson the rabid anti-Semite is a fan.

In reply to an earlier post on May 4, 2012 8:21:39 AM PDT
jeffesq613 says:
This post is about as close to accurate as you'll ever find a post by Dickie the rabid anti-Semite. Note that the original post wherein Dickie raised the topic when he quoted the anti-Semitic Hoffman claimed that shiksa means a whore, which it does not mean and never did. As the wiki article says, the word is derived from the Biblical Hebrew word "sheketz", a term which is used for certain things that the Torah prohibits eating, such as insects. In Yiddish, a non-Jewish man was sometimes referred to as a "shay'gitz". Even though this was pronounced as if it had a "g", the real word was intended to be "shay'kitz", coming from the same root as the Biblical word "sheketz". The feminine form of the same Yiddish word was "shiksa". The connotation of the word never was intended to cast aspersions on the worth or character of a Gentile. It merely was a way for a community that was opposed to intermarriage to communicate the idea that for a Jew to marry a Gentile was analagous to a Jew eating certain prohibited foods. It was something a Jew should find repugnant and never want to do, not because there is anything wrong with the Gentile, but because the continuity of the Jewish people and observance of Torah and mitzvot is dependent on families that are committed to the observance of Torah and mitzvot and children who are raised with such values. Colloquially, the term may have come to be used as a pejorative, but that was not the original intent and no one really uses it that way any more.

In reply to an earlier post on May 4, 2012 8:25:23 AM PDT
jeffesq613 says:
Dickerson's insistence that his behavior indicates anything other than that he is a rabid anti-Semite of the most vile kind truly is hilarious. One wonders if any human being really can be that much in denial or if Dickie's just a pathological liar.

In reply to an earlier post on May 4, 2012 8:26:46 AM PDT
jeffesq613 says:
Here's Dickie the rabid anti-Semite defending Martin Luther's "On the Jews and their Lies", the book which provided the greatest inspiration for Adolf Hitler.

Posted on May 4, 2012 8:38:59 AM PDT
Sixties fan says:
And the genie is totally out of the bottle...........

http://www.israelnationalnews.com/News/News.aspx/155451
Anti-Semitism in Belgium: Jews Told `Get Off at Buchenwald'

Reports of an anti-Semitic "prank" on Belgium train.

By Maayana Miskin
First Publish: 5/4/2012, 11:34 AM

Passengers on a train in Belgium got a shock this week as the following announcement came over the speaker, "Welcome to the train to Auschwitz. The Jews are asked to get off at Buchenwald."

More than 55,000 were murdered at the Buchenwald concentration camp during the Holocaust.

A railroad employee who heard the announcement ran to the room with the microphone, but found it empty. A short time later a second employee took to the sound system to apologize for the "unsuccessful joke."

The Belgian national railroad, SNCB, denounced the incident, which took place on the Brussels-Namur line.

The employee has been found and fired, SNCB officials stated.

European Jewish Congress President Dr. Moshe Kantor recently warned that anti-Israel sentiment in Europe could lead to a "tsunami of hate" being unleashed against European Jews. The European Jewish Parliament has reported a "surge in anti-Semitism" as well.

A recent Anti-Defamation League (ADL) poll found "disturbingly high" levels of anti-Semitism among European respondents.

In reply to an earlier post on May 4, 2012 8:41:19 AM PDT
Sixties fan says:
And I thought we were not going to mention him.....lol....just makes him want to come back.....perrish the thought. :)

In reply to an earlier post on May 4, 2012 9:02:02 AM PDT
Last edited by the author on May 4, 2012 9:02:15 AM PDT
jeffesq613 says:
I just said I wouldn't address the anti-Semites, not that I wouldn't talk about them in the 3rd person.

Posted on May 4, 2012 9:10:22 AM PDT
Sixties fan says:
http://www.israelnationalnews.com/Articles/Article.aspx/11596

Op-Ed: Jewish Leadership Fails Us Again


Published: Friday, May 04, 2012 5:23 PM

American Jews maintain their support of Obama because of the way Israel's government presents itself. This is history repeating itself, sadly enough.


Ted Belman
The author is a retired attorney and the editor of Israpundit. In 2009 he made aliya and is now living in Jerusalem.
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I have just finished the first volume of The Lone Wolf, Shmuel Katz's biography of Jabotinsky, which ends with the signing of the Palestine Mandate. I wanted to share with you some remarks that apply today as much as they did then.

Katz writes with respect to the signing of the Mandate, "the enemies of Zionism were in full cry against it" In support, he quotes Weizmann,

"All the shady characters of the world are at work against us. Rich, servile Jews, dark, fanatic Jewish obscurantists, in combination with the Vatican, with Arab assassins, English imperialist antisemitic reactionaries - in short, all the dogs are howling".

The same characters are still around and causing the same trouble.

The removal of Palestine east of the Jordan from the Mandate prior to its ratification in Sept 1922 was a huge loss for the Zionists, not only because they lost 78% of the lands promised to them in the Balfour Declaration and confirmed in law in the San Remo Resolution but because, as Weizmann wrote,

"The climate of Trans-Jordan is invigorating; the soil is rich; irrigation would be easy and the hills are covered with forests. The Jewish settlement could proceed on a large scale without friction with the local population. The economic progress of Cis-Jordania itself is dependent upon the development of these Trans-Jordanian plains, for they form the natural granary of all Palestine, and without them Palestine could never become a self -sustaining economic unit and a real National Home"

Fortunately history and Jewish ingenuity proved him wrong, but it was a great loss at the time.

Weizmann and Jabotinsky constantly differed on how to handle the British policies which derogated from the promise and violated the legal rights obtained at San Remo.

Of this difference, Jabotinsky wrote,

"We have to start all over from the beginning. In place of the true Zionism we are being offered a poor substitute. Weizmann wants to follow his system, with out a struggle, in an atmosphere of beautiful words and an expressions of love. This means to concede, to give in, to retreat. He would like the English to regard him always with "quiet satisfaction." But we shall acheive this only if we show firmness in our views, if we don't stop pressing, if they have to regard us sometimes with "anxious disatisfaction." [..]

Is this not what Netanyahu keeps doing?

"He thinks that his is the way of the flexible architect of compromise, who takes the realities into account, while mine is the method of a stubborn utopian. But I feel that his is the road to disavowal, to unwitting apostasy. I admit my ways are difficult and stormy, but they will bring us more speedily to the Jewish State. Of course Weizmann will be successful with solid "respectable" people but, after all, you and I never believed that the Jewish State would be built by solid sedate bourgeois."

At that time, the Zionists were angry about being stabbed in the back, but Weizmann did not want to go public with their complaints. Jabotinsky wanted to shout it from the rooftops. Besides, by not going public, the rank and file activists, who were collecting money door to door, were losing their enthusiasm for the cause. He wrote;

"Theirs is a hard and unpleasant task; they can only carry it out with the full weight of their enthusiasm if they know that the ultimate aim is still the same old Zionism - the creation of a Jewish Commonwealth in Palestine.

"When they see this ultimate aim officially clouded by such statements as Samuel's speech of June 3, 1921, or the White Paper of 1922, when they read and hear of the anti-Zionist activities of the Palestine Administration, and when they hear no word of manly protests against all this on the part of the Zionist Executive, but on the contrary see that the executive keeps smiling and bowing as though everything in the government's behaviour were quite satisfactory; - then the confidence and the energy of the Zionist worker inevitably weakens.

"The most perfect organization of voluntary workers is of no avail where its very basis - the voluntary workers themselves, - have lost faith and see no meaning in their work."

The same thing is happening today. The Netanyahu government keeps praising Obama and publicly smiling, even though Obama keeps sticking the knife in. As a result, American Jews maintain their support of Obama. Because Netanyahu doesn't defend our right to build, they and even Israeli Jews, lose confidence in our rights. Many become ashamed of the "occupation" because our government gives the impression that criticism of us in this regard is well founded.

Under these conditions we cannot win the PR battle. When will our leaders learn?

In reply to an earlier post on May 4, 2012 10:12:59 AM PDT
Last edited by the author on May 4, 2012 10:15:31 AM PDT
J. Schwarz says:
I did not mention any name, just putting out a general comment to all. He who shall not be mentioned, including he who shall not be mentioned due to stupidity.

In reply to an earlier post on May 4, 2012 10:57:01 AM PDT
Last edited by the author on May 4, 2012 10:59:32 AM PDT
William B says:
Jeff:

RE: "Dickerson's insistence..."

I recall as a youngster being dragged along to visit a shirt-tail relative who had been institutionalized. My grandmother insisted that the obligatory calls were "character-building" and in a severely negative sense I guess she was right. The poor old fellow who had been committed was in the throes of general paresis as a result of untreated syphilis. The intended lesson of this "loving" little show and tell was, of course, to discourage any potentially promiscuous behavior on my part (I'm still not clear about what a 10 year-old in 1954 could do to raise that level of concern). Well, this once lively old man was now reduced to collecting match book covers and in his more lucid moments seemed to enjoy very much shuffling them into different patterns and arrangements that seemed pleasing to him. He was particularly fond of a group that depicted various kinds of birds. One day when he was especially alert he squeezed my grandmother's arm, pointed to one colorful little illustration and exclaimed, "Oh look, an Ohio Blue Tip!" My grandmother responded perfunctorily, "Yes, yes, they come into our yard every year in droves."

Well, those who have gotten this far likely fail see the usefulness of this little tale; and, it's admittedly not much. Let me explain, however, that "Ohio Blue Tip" was the name of the company that manufactured the matches and placed the quaint little pictures of the covers of their product. The matches are no longer made so who could relate? But, when this memory snippet surfaces from time to time I just can't help pondering who the demented party really was and what lesson should be really taken from those ill-intended little visits.

http://www.ebay.com/itm/Old-Vintage-14-MATCH-BOOK-covers-MATCH-box-OHIO-BLUE-TIP-scrapbook-art-FUN-/380401827439?pt=LH_DefaultDomain_0&hash=item5891b73e6f
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