Monday, March 26, 2012


Arab demonstrators marking the 63rd anniversary of the Nakba hold Palestinian flags as they approach the village of Majdal Shams in the Golan Heights, between Syria and Israel, May 15, 2011. (Hamad Almakt/Flash 90)
Arab demonstrators marking the 63rd anniversary of the Nakba hold Palestinian flags as they approach the village of Majdal Shams in the Golan Heights, between Syria and Israel, May 15, 2011. (Hamad Almakt/Flash 90)

SUNDAY, MARCH 25, 2012
The Israeli defense establishment is making preparations for the Global March to Jerusalem, a mass demonstration scheduled for this Friday, in which pro-jihad activists from the region are planning to march on Israel’s borders in a show of support for Islamic Jew-hatred. The vampires are re-energized on the blood of Jewish children slaughtered by devout Muslim, Mohamed Merah.

Last week I posted here on the global march against the JewsCiF Watch recently established a special website to expose the truth of the Global March to Jerusalem here. due to take place on March 30, 2012. The Global March Against Jerusalem is run by mostly Hamas and MB members -- and Obama's longtime pastor and mentor, Reverend Jeremiah Wright, is on the advisory board: This is the man who shaped Barack Obama's thinking, as documented in my book The Post-American Presidency: The Obama Administration's War On America.
Pray for the tiny Jewish state as the forces of evil across the world descend on Israel this Friday. Atlas will be providing updated coverage all week.
Officials are preparing for potential disturbances along the borders with Lebanon, Syria, Egypt, Judea and Samaria and the Gaza Strip. One defense official told Israel Hayom that the biggest threats appear to be from the Israel-Lebanon border, as members of terrorist group Hezbollah are expected to participate in the march, and from Palestinians living in Judea and Samaria.

Officials in the defense establishment are not ruling out potential disturbances along the Egyptian border, which could harm the already sensitive diplomatic relations between Israel and Egypt. Considering the unrest in Syria and Bashar al-Assad’s efforts to maintain control there, in addition to rallies last year along the Syrian border on Nakba day and Naksa day [when Palestinians mark the creation of the state of Israel and the capture of east Jerusalem, respectively], officials are also keeping close watch on the Syrian border. Since last year’s protests, in which Israeli forces opened fire on demonstrators who breached the border with Syria, the Israel Defense Forces have improved their preparedness along the Syrian border, erecting fences there as well.

According to Arab media outlets, more than 50,000 protesters are expected to march in the Global March to Jerusalem.

Sources in the defense establishment claim that Iran has publicly supported the event, and has taken part in preparations for the march toward Israel’s borders. Sources say Iran’s involvement is proof of the radical Islamic nature of the event. Groups such as Hamas, the Muslim Brotherhood, and other terrorist organizations like Hezbollah and Islamic Jihad are also expected to take part in the event.

March organizers have said the event would be “non-violent,” but defense establishment officials fear those are false claims.

London-based newspaper Asharq Al-Awsat reported that Israel sent a message to the Arab nations and to the Palestinians, warning of a severe response to anyone who tries to cross the border. According to the report, the message was relayed to Egypt, Jordan, Lebanon, Syria and the Palestinian Authority, and emphasized that the events of last year’s Nakba and Naksa day marches, in which protesters broke through Israel’s border fence, would not be tolerated again.

“Israel, like any sovereign nation, will defend its borders,” an Israeli official said.

Despite the concern in Israel, Arab media outlets speculated that, in light of the current strife in Syria and the political situation in Egypt, there may be small rallies in some areas, but not large marches. A Lebanese report said that the Lebanese Army would allow protesters to march until the Beaufort castle, north of the Litani river, so as to avoid confrontation with Israeli troops...