Israel Demands Billions From Its Neighbors For Post-“Nakba” Eviction of Arab Jews

[After witnessing large swathes of the U.S. Govt acting as Israeli spokesmen and women, the introduction of bills in Congress and the state Congresses to outlaw criticism of Israel (SEE: The controversy over laws punishing Israel boycotts, explained).  Now the Hebrew Tribe spokesmen and their chorus of barking dogs are demanding for “reparations” from its Arab neighbors for the inhospitable treatment directed at Arab Jews, after the Jewish ethnic cleansing of Palestine, “Nakba“.]

Israel to seek reparation from Middle East nations

Daesh destroys Mosque of Biblical Prophet Jonah, Younis in July 2014 [Wikipedia]

Israel is seeking hundreds of billions of dollars in compensation from Middle Eastern countries where Jewish people fled or were expelled from.

The Jewish state has hired an unnamed international accounting company to estimate the damages it should seek per an expected US peace plan, according to a Hahadashot TV report.

Claims for assets in Iraq, Morocco, Syria, Egypt, Iran and Yemen are expected to reach $200 billion.

READ: Ancient Persian artifacts may become compensation for a bombing in Jerusalem

Those in Tunisia and Libya will reportedly reach $50 billion.

Iraq was long a historical home to the Jewish people. Additionally, relics of synagogues, Jewish homes, buildings, and other artifacts can be found throughout Kurdistan.

Between 1948 and 1951, more than 121,000 Jews left Iraq for the Holy Land in the so-called Operation Ezra and Nehemiah as Israel airlifted tens of thousands of Jews following the Iraqi government’s intensified persecution following the establishment of the State of Israel.

READ: PA calls for probe into Israel theft of Palestinian antiquities

It is not clear how many Jewish families remain in Iraq, but estimates have put the figure at just a handful. Iraq continues not to recognize the country and forbids the central and regional government from having diplomatic relations.

Heritage sites of Muslims, Christians, and Jews were targeted and/or destroyed by Daesh.

The consequences of Daesh – Cartoon [Sarwar Ahmed/MiddleEastMonitor]

China Targets S. China Sea Region With Deadly Carrier Killer Missile After Last U.S. Naval Incursion

[SEE: China’s Carrier Killer Missile Complicates US Navy Plans]


File photo taken on Sept. 3, 2015 shows DF-26 missiles attending a military parade in Beijing, capital of China. (Xinhua) 

China’s far-reaching, anti-ship ballistic missile the DF-26 has been mobilized to Northwest China’s plateau and desert areas, reported China’s national broadcaster on Tuesday after a US warship trespassed into China’s territorial waters off the Xisha Islands in the South China Sea on Monday.

The DF-26 is China’s new generation of intermediate-range ballistic missile capable of targeting medium and large ships at sea. It can carry both conventional and nuclear warheads.

The DF-26 is attached to a brigade under the People’s Liberation Army (PLA) Rocket Force that operates in Northwest China’s plateau and desert areas, China Central Television (CCTV) reported.

The report said the missiles are now capable of mobile operations across the country. It was unclear from the CCTV report when the missiles were mobilized.

A mobile missile launch from deep in the country’s interior is more difficult to intercept, a Beijing-based military expert, who asked not to be named, told the Global Times on Wednesday.

During the initial phase of a ballistic missile launch, the missile is relatively slow and not difficult to detect, making it an easier target for enemy anti-missile installations, the expert noted.

After the missile enters a later stage, its speed is so high that chances for interception are significantly lower, the expert said.

This is also the first time the missile has made a close-up public appearance since it came into service with the PLA, cctv.com reported.

The timing of the report sparked discussions among Chinese military observers online, as it came after the USS McCambell, a US guided missile destroyer, trespassed into China’s territorial waters off the Xisha Islands on Monday without permission from the Chinese government.

China dispatched aircraft and warships to warn the US vessel and has lodged a solemn representation with the US, Foreign Ministry Spokesperson Lu Kang said at a daily briefing on Monday.

The report is a good reminder that China is capable of safeguarding its territory, the anonymous expert said. “Even when launched from deeper inland areas of China, the DF-26 has a range far-reaching enough to cover the South China Sea.”

It can hit targets 4,500 kilometers away, china.com reported, making it capable of striking targets including US naval bases in Guam in the western Pacific.

In April 2018, Ministry of National Defense announced that the missile has officially joined the PLA Rocket Force.