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2006
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Israeli nationalism follows the nazi path
– subject to continuing refinement –
January
In Palestine – According to the World Bank's 2005 statistics, 65% of Gaza's Palestinians are living below the poverty line, surviving on under $2 a day and general poverty has reached upwards of 70% of the population.
Friday 4: In Israel – SHARON suffers a second, different and far more serious stroke at his Sycamore Ranch in the Negev region. Deputy Prime Minister EHUD OLMERT is officially confirmed as the Acting Prime Minister of Israel.
Tuesday 25: In Gaza, Palestine – The sunni oriented 'The Islamic Resistance Movement', Harakat al-Muqawamah al-Islamiyya (HAMAS), wins the Palestinian elections to form a government. Hamas' landslide election victory is largely due to the failure of President ABBAS's previously dominant Fatah faction to get to grips with spiraling security chaos.
The US, Israel and several European countries cut off aid to the Palestinians because HAMAS does not recognise the State of Israel.
حماس Ḥamās, an acronym
for حركة المقاومة الاسلامية
US failure to recognise a democratic election in Palestine unless it supports Israel's interest exposes the gross hypocrisy of the US.
In
the USA – The United States provides Israel with 100 GBU-28 bunker-busting bombs (of the type needed to bomb Gaza smuggling tunnels).
 
Tuesday 31: According to the Mandela Institute for Human Rights there are 9,184 Palestinian Prisoners held in Israeli jails for a variety of offences.
 

February
In Palestine – The Israel-Palestine conflict continues...
 

  March
Thursday 16: Palestinian NGO Network conference convened in East Jerusalem's Ambassador Hotel is shut down by the Israel Defence Force on orders from Israel's Minister of Public Security on the grounds that it violated a 1994 Israeli law banning any Palestinian Authority activities in Jerusalem, even though the Palestinian Authority had no involvement in the conference.

Israeli Hypocrisy!
   
Wednesday 22: National Jewish Front parliamentary candidate, BARUCH MARZEL, calls publicly for the assassination of left-wing activist URI AVNERY by the Israel Defence Force.
 
   
Tuesday 28: Israel's National Parliamentary Election, contended by 31 political parties (three more than the 2003 election). Sixty-one seats are required for an outright majority, which no political party has ever achieved.
Eligible voters: 5,014,622 – Participants: 63%.
Seats Results
1. Kadima:  29, led by Ehud Olmert    7. Pensioners' party:  7
2. Labor:  19   8.  United Torah Judaism:  6
3. Likud:  12   9. Meretz:  5
4. Shas:  12   10. Ra'am-Ta'al:  4 Israeli Arab 
5. Israel Our Home:  11   11. Balad:  3
6.  National Union–NRP:    9   12. Hadash:  3 
 
   
Thursday 29: Palestinian President MAHMOUD ABBAS swears ISMAIL HANIYEH (Hamas) into office as Palestinian Prime Minister.

  April
In Palestine – The Israel-Palestine conflict continues...
Thursday 13: Jewish Passover/Pesach begins.

  May
The Israel-Palestine conflict continues...
In the USA – The forty-years of continuous child abuse by Ultra Orthodox Jewish Rabbi YEHUDA KOLKO comes to an eventual end, only after publication of it as a feature article in New York Magazine entitled “On the Rabbi’s Knees – Do the Orthodox Jews Have a Catholic Priest Problem” with a circulation of three million, when Rabbi Lipa Margulies is compelled by the publicity to remove him from the classrooms of Yeshiva Torah Temimah. (See: July 2006).

  June
Friday 2: Jewish Pentecost/Shavuot.
Friday 9: The armed wing of the Palestinian HAMAS calls off its official 16-month-old truce with Israel after 7 members of a Palestinian family are killed on a Gaza beach by an Israeli artillery shell. Israel claims it was caused by a Palestinian-laid landmine, but an independent European weapons inspector describes the shrapnel as that of an artillery shell.
Sunday 25: HAMAS' armed wing in Gaza attack an Israeli army post, killing two and capturing Corporal GILAD SHALIT to bargain for the release of Palestinian prisoners held in Israel. ( See October 18, 2011).
Wednesday 28: Israel destroys three bridges in Gaza and the power station of Gaza city in retaliation for the kidnapping of an Israeli soldier, thereby dividing north and south Gaza, and advances with tanks into Gaza.
Thursday 29: Israel arrests dozens of Hamas government cabinet ministers and members of parliament in the West Bank.


Israeli Military Atrocity




US Military bases in Middle East
  In
West Jerusalem – The Supreme Court of Israel rules in favour of the Palestinian appellants regarding Israel's 'security wall' cutting off Palestinian land. (The Israeli government chooses to ignore its own Supreme Court ruling).
 
  In
Israel – The 1986 secret military directive of Israel known as Hannibal is revised and reinstated after the abduction of Gilad Shalit, namely that a dead soldier is preferable to a captive one.
נוהלחניבעל‎

  July
Monday 3: The Israeli army invades northern Gaza. HAMAS' armed wing continues to fire rockets into Ashkelon, Israel.
Saturday 8: The Palestinian (HAMAS) Prime Minister calls for cease fire from Israel, but Israel demands HAMAS stop rocket attacks and release the abducted Israeli soldier.
Wednesday 12: Israeli troops invade central Gaza Strip. Israeli air-strike kills 18, nine of whom are from one family, bringing the Palestinian death toll to 70.
Lebanese based Hezbollah fire rockets into northern Israel in sympathy with Gaza.
An Israeli army convoy reacting is attacked by a Hezbollah unit killing eight Israeli soldiers and abducting two. An Israel air strikes hit 12 bridges in Lebanon in retaliation.
Thursday 13: Israel bombs Beirut airport and the Hezbollah TV station in Lebanon.
Hezbollah fires 60 Russian-made rockets into Israel. The USA suspects that Iranian backed Hezbollah attacks are engineered to distract the conference of the G8 countries meeting in Russia which will discuss Iran's nuclear ambitions.
In New York – The United States vetoes (10 to 1, 4 abstentions) a resolution of the UN Security Council calling for the unconditional release of an Israeli soldier captured earlier as well as Israel's immediate withdrawal from Gaza and the release of dozens of Palestinian officials imprisoned by Israel.
Friday 14: Israel bombs the main highway between Beirut (Lebanon) and Damascus (Syria), claiming that Hezbollah is attempting to move the two abducted Israeli soldiers to Iran through Syria. The USA warns Syria not to intervene.
Iranian-trained and equipped Hezbollah troops continue to fire rockets into Israel from Lebanon. Israel continues to destroy any Lebanese infrastructure that may be used by Hezbollah to continue attacks into Israel. Hezbollah's use of mobile rocket launchers to fire from homes, schools, and other civilian areas of southern Lebanon greatly increases Lebanese civilian casualties in Israel's retaliation.
Lebanon War, click for Israe's right to Palestine!
Israel's attack on Lebanon
   
Monday 31: In the USA – The FBI places Jewish JACOB 'KOBI' ALEXANDER (Israeli citizen and ex-intelligence officer of Unit 8200, with permanent residence in the US) on its 'Most Wanted' list for failing to to appear in a New York to answer charges of securities fraud.
His co-conspirators (David Kreinberg and William Sorin) plead guilty to conspiracy and become 'co-operating witnesses' against Alexander, (See: September 27, Namibia).
 
  The
Palestinian Independent Commission for Citizens Rights (now known as Independent Commission for Human Rights) reports that from 28 September 2000, 68 pregnant women in labour have had to give birth at Israeli security checkpoints in spite of being in transit to hospital, and that 34 infants and 4 pregnant women have died at these checkpoints as a consequence.
 
  In
Brooklyn, USA – Despite the official claim that known pedophile Ultra-Orthodox Jewish Rabbi KOLKO is on a leave of absence from Yeshiva Torah Temimah, he continues working for Camp Silver Lake, Yeshiva Torah Temimah’s summer home, and initiates and organizes a multi-camp excursion to Lake Compounce, a water park located in Connecticut, where he is seen frolicking with young boys in bathing suits. The media outcry which ensues results in KOLKO being banned from the park by its non-Jewish management. (December 7, 2006 – Rabbi Yehuda Kolko is eventually arrested in Brooklyn on criminal abuse charges).
Complicity since 1967.

August
Israel attacks Lebanon
An Israeli strike hits the outskirts of Tyre in southern Lebanon, Aug.3, 2006, during the Second Lebanon War
Thursday 3: Tyre, Lebanon – Israel's airforce launches further attacks on Lebanon.
Saturday 5: Hezbollah rockets fired from Lebanon into civilian areas of Israel now total more than 2500. The number of Israeli soldiers fighting Hezbollah in Lebanon is now over 2000.
Monday 7: Hezbollah fires more than 130 rockets into Israeli civilian areas, maintaining its daily average since the Lebanon war began. A military analyst of 'Jane's Defence Weekly' reports from the Lebanon border that Iranian military personnel are active in Lebanon as part of Hezbollah's assault, deploying anti-aircraft missiles and long range rockets against Israel.
Independent military analyst's report from Southern Lebanon
Monday 14: A cease-fire brokered by the United Nations (Resolution 1701) comes into force between Lebanon and Israel in which Israel will pull back to their border, Lebanon's Hezbollah militias pull back to north of the Litani River and disarm, and the area between the Israel border and the Litani River will fall under the control of the Lebanese army, and the abducted Israeli soldiers that triggered the war must be released.
Sunday 20: In Lebanon – An Israeli military unit invades the Beka Valley area of Lebanon (in violation of the cease-fire) in intelligence-gathering regarding Hezbollah's re-arming in violation of the cease-fire. It is fired upon and in the conflict one Israeli and two Hezbollah militia are killed.
Tuesday 22: In Israel – Israel's police raid the home of their State President and seize computers and documents in connection with rape and abuse allegations against him. (See January 2007).
Israel's President
investigated for rape


   
Thursday 31: Israel still maintains its blockade of Lebanon's ports to prevent renewed weapons supply to Hezbollah, and Hezbolllah continues to hold the two Israeli soldiers it captured in its initial attack which sparked the war.
Neturei Karta protest
Jews against Zionism protest
  According
to Italian State radio-television RAI, DIME-type bombs were used in the Gaza Strip by the Israel Defence Forces against Palestinian targets during July and August. This is based on laboratory analysis of residue in victim's bodies. DIME-type bombs and shells produce toxins which can cause deformities. Israel denies possessing or using such weapons.

September
Monday 4: Israel maintains its blockade of Lebanon and permits only two airlines to fly into Beirut airport.
Rabbinic Year 5767
Israel Mid-Year 3454
 
Thursday 7: Israel lifts its air blockade of Lebanon but continues to maintain its sea blockade. Hezbollah continues to rearm via land routes.
In Trafalgar Square, London, UK – Orthodox Jews of Neturei Karta protest against Zionism and Israel's oppression of the Palestinians. (See photo right).
In the UK – The British All-Party Parliamentary Inquiry into Antisemitism (formed in 2005) recommends improved reporting and recording of antisemitic attacks; a crackdown on anti-Jewish activity on university campuses; and improved international co-operation to prevent the spread of racist material online.
   
Saturday 9: In Lebanon – Israel lifts its naval blockade.
Israel's President Accused
   
Thursday 21: In Israel – The number of women to formally accuse Israel's State President of sexual assault rises to eight.
   
Wednesday 27: In Windhoek, Namibia – Jewish fraudster JACOB 'KOBI' ALEXANDER is arrested pending extradition at the request of the US FBI for securities fraud.
(In 2011, ALEXANDER settles the civil charges with the American SEC and gives up bank accounts worth $46 million to the US federal authorities. (Total Settlement: $53.6 million; Disgorgement: $47.6 million; Penalty: $6 million).
Top SEC settlement 2011.

  In
Britain – Former Israel Defense Force Southern Commander Major-General (res.) DORON ALMOG is forced to abandon his plans to visit Britain at the last minute, after pro-Palestinian groups charge him with crimes against humanity for "his military role against the Palestinian people." (Israel's ambassador in London, TZVI HEFETZ, speaks with ALMOG during his flight to Britain, advising him not to get off the plane, saying that if he enters Britain he would be served with the claim).
  In
the Gaza Strip, Palestine – Violence erupts between the rival Palestinian groups, Fatah and HAMAS. ABBAS of Fatah attempts to prevent a civil war. (Fatah supports an independent Palestinian state alongside Israel, whereas HAMAS does not recognise the state of Israel).

  October
In Lebanon – The last Israeli troops leave in accordance with UN Resolution 1701, two months after occupying the territory, except Ghajar. (See December 3).
In Palestine – A number of mediation conferences between Fatha and HAMAS are called, with Qatar and Egypt sending their foreign ministers to meet with both sides. Other Palestinian groups such as the Islamic Jihad and Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine mediate between the two sides to stop the clashes.

November
In Jerusalem, Israel – A judgment is given by the retired President of the Supreme Court AHARON BARAK that the recognition of a civil marriage entered into abroad extends to its validity and recognition as a marriage for the purpose of Israeli law, thus overruling an Israeli rabbinical court which had determined that a religious court had the authority to decide the validity or otherwise of a civil marriage entered into abroad.
 
 
Wednesday 6: In Beit Hanun, Gaza – Israel's Defence Force fires twelve high explosive shells into this civilian neighbourhood, killing 18 members of one family. (See September 2008).
Israel declares it an accident caused by targeting mechanism failure.
North Gaza civilian massacres
 
Friday 8, AM: In Beit Hanun, north Gaza – Israeli tanks fire eleven shells into six Palestinian homes killing at least 20 and wounding about 60.
 
 
Saturday 11: In New York – The United States vetoes (10 to 1, 4 abstentions) a resolution of the UN Security Council calling for the immediate withdrawal of Israeli forces from the Gaza Strip and the immediate cessation of hostilities by both parties in the conflict.
 
 
Monday 13: In Palestine – Following talks between HAMAS and Fatah, both sides agree to form a unity government.
 
Before      After
Thursday 23: In London – Alexander Valterovich Litvinenko (Алекса́ндр Ва́льтерович Литвине́нко; IPA: [ɐlʲɪˈksandr ˈvaltərəvʲɪtɕ lʲɪtvʲɪˈnʲɛnkə] (an ex-KGB/FSB-agent who, from 2003, had worked as a British MI6 informant) dies in the University College hospital after he is poisoned on November 1 at the Millennium hotel in central London with radio-active polonium 210 in a cup of Green tea by two Russian agents (Andrei Lugovoi and Dmitry Kovtun, to prevent him exposing the links between previous FSB-head Vladimir Putin and the Tambov-Malyshev Russian mafia, in heroin smuggling among other) and so is assassinated, leaving his courageous wife Marina and 12-year-old son Anatoly.
22 May 2007   Britain's director of public prosecutions decides Mr Lugovoi should be charged with the murder of Mr Litvinenko
31 May 2007   Mr Lugovoi denies any involvement in his death but says Mr Litvinenko was a British spy
5 July 2007   Russia officially refuses to extradite Mr Lugovoi, saying its constitution does not allow it
May-June 2013   Inquest into Mr Litvinenko's death delayed as coroner decides a public inquiry would be preferable, as it would be able to hear some evidence in secret
July 2013   Ministers rule out public inquiry
Jan 2014   Marina Litvinenko in High Court fight to force a public inquiry
11 Feb 2014   High Court says the Home Office had been wrong to rule out an inquiry before the outcome of an inquest
July 2014   Public inquiry announced by Home Office
Putin's assassination
of AV Litvinenko for
trying to expose his
corruption inside the FSB.
30
March 2015, in London, Italian newspaper editor and politician Paolo Guzzanti says to the enquiry that he believes Litvinenko was murdered by the Kremlin because he was helping Italian authorities assess a series of Soviet and Russian intelligence operations in the country. Guzzanti was speaking as the former president of the so-called Mitrokhin Commission, a parliamentary board set up in 2002 to investigate past intelligence operations by the Soviet KGB in Italy. Guzzanti told the London inquiry that Litvinenko had cooperated with the Mitrokhin Committee and had shared information with one of its consultants, Mario Scaramella, about ongoing attempts by Russia's FSB to organize terrorist strikes in Italy, transporting weapons from Ukraine to Italy in order to assassinate Guzzanti and thus sabotage the work of the Mitrokhin Committee. Scaramella therefore accused Alexander Talik, a Ukrainian former officer of the KGB who lived in Naples, Italy, of helping Russian intelligence operatives smuggle guns into the country. Talik and a number of his accomplices were promptly arrested by Italian authorities after they found several weapons and grenades in their possession. According to Guzzanti, Litvinenkoís role in stopping the alleged assassination attempt against him and other members of the Mitrokhin Committee was what led to the Kremlinís decision to murder the former KGB spy.
 

December
Sunday 3: In Israel – The Israeli Cabinet decides to hand control of the village of Ghajar (which is split by the Israel-Lebanon border but whose citizens are now all Israelis, in terms of Israel's 1981 Golan Heights Law) to the United Nations Interim Force in Lebanon (UNFIL). (However, it is not implemented). (See October 30, 2007).
Monday 11: In Teheran, Iran – The Iranian ministry of Foreign Affairs' 'Institute for Political and International Studies' hosts a government-sponsored world conference of Holocaust Deniers including neo-Nazi DAVID DUKE of the USA, and other well known anti-Semites.
Saturday 16: In Palestine – President ABBAS of Fatah calls for new elections as a solution to the ongoing crisis.
Thursday 21: in Austria – British Holocaust-denying neo-Nazi author DAVID JC IRVING is banned from entering Austria. (See March 15, 2007).

Palestinian Intifadas in relation
to sucessive Israeli governments
Palestinian general protests
against continued Israeli Occupation
have on both occasions resulted
in a deep financial recession
in Palestinian areas.

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