This 5 minute video is billed as all you need to know about Islam.
This is an interesting video making comparisons between what Arab Society was like before the radicalization of Islam and what it is like now and includes a look at Gaza before our beloved Hamas 'set the people free.'
Sep 14, 2014 - 12:02:35 AM
International The Shamrak Report: United Nations Palestinian Farce
The UN is concerned about the so-called Palestinian refugees. They dedicated a separate agency for them, and they are treated with a special privilege. Meanwhile, my people, ethnically cleansed, murdered and enslaved, are relatively ignored. The UN refuses to tell the world the truth about the real causes of Sudan's conflicts. Who knows really what is happening in Darfur? It is not a "tribal conflict."...
Sep 17, 2014 - 12:10:39 AM
Kenneth Tellis History should never be revised in order to placate anyone
For quite a while now the Harper regime in Ottawa has avoided telling Canadians of how Canada came into being after the Conquest of New France on September 12, 1760, when French Gouverneur Vaudreuil accepted the terms of the surrender of the territory of New France to Great Britain, as dictated by Major-General Jeffrey Amherst of the British Army at Montreal, New France.
Sep 14, 2014 - 12:20:00 AM
R.P. BenDedek What's in the Book Basket This Week? Fiction, Non-Fiction and Somewhere in Between
In this week's book basket we list three book authors and their articles which were published at Magic City Morning Star this week as well as links to three book reviews that were published. As is the custom we list a number of new book releases and their publicity material, and this week there are 15 of them. They are: "Peter and the Boycott" by Yolanda L. Everett; "Hoax Springs Eternal: The Psychology of Cognitive Deception" by Professor Peter Hancock; "Billy Bowater" by E. C. Hanes; "Customer Experience: It's Not That Easy: Customer Experience Programs for B2B Companies" by Harry F. Bunn; "Surviving Prophesy: The Immortals" by Frances Howitt; "The Scroll" by Robert E. Emin; "Life Through the Mirror: Experience" by Philomena Ngwodo Uwaifo; "10 Minutes a Week to Great Meetings" by Joel D. Levitt; "A Sixth Sense" by Alastair Davie; "Lose Your Inches Without Losing Your Mind!" by Justine SanFilippo; "Hard Drive: A Family's Fight against Three Countries" by Mary Todd and Dr. Christina Villegas; "Wake Up -- God's Talking to You" By Manny Dean Fernandez; "Becoming Joey Fizz" Stuart A. McKeever; "The Permanent Establishment of Peace" by Al Lipold and "Retire Wealthy" by Eric D. Brotman
Sep 14, 2014 - 12:10:24 AM
International 21st anniversary of Oslo highlights the tragic Real Middle East
The 21st anniversary of Oslo highlights the tragic gap between the underlying assumption of the architects of Oslo – the New Middle East, transitioning to peace - and the Real Middle East. The Real Middle East is represented, most authentically, by the Arab Tsunami, which is gaining momentum, not transitioning toward democracy, in defiance of policy-makers, columnists and academicians who defined it as the Arab Spring.
Sep 14, 2014 - 12:07:23 AM
International Here (Givat Oz veGaon) we are Building Tourism
It's hard to miss the tourist sign leading to Givat Oz veGaon, if only because of the picture of the three kidnapped youths that it bears and that causes a twinge in your heart. As soon as you leave your car, the smell of a Bnei Akiva camp fills the air, the smell of youth, summer, and everything that was taken from those three, as if it comes to compensate those who remain here.
Sep 12, 2014 - 9:12:17 AM
R.P. BenDedek The fall out from President Obama's ISIS plan
President Obama has finally decided to take action agains 'IS' or ISIS as it was previously known, and the fallout of his announced plans is somewhat comical to read. It seems that just about everybody is complaining about his plans. Nobody, no country is happy with it, and once again everything is America's fault in the first place.
Sep 12, 2014 - 9:05:29 AM
International The Shamrak Report No one cares when Muslim murders Muslim
When Hamas took over Gaza in 2007, they machine-gunned dozens of Fatah members while they lay face down, and the world gladly accepted the new Hamas rule over Gaza. Now, IS machine-guns hundreds of Shiites and moderate-Sunnis, and the world gets upset. Obama has granted the seal of approval of the United States of America to a government of which Hamas was an integral and controlling part.
Sep 10, 2014 - 1:50:34 AM
R.P. BenDedek My back problems could have done with the Kacelia Tru-Align Body System
Three years ago I spent a year dieting and exercising in order to lose weight and tighten up my muscles. By the end of one year I was up to 1200 exercise repetitions per day - and that is when the trouble started. Honest to god I thought I had one of various kinds of cancer. My Chinese sister-in-law took me to the local military hospital where a doctor told me that my problems were caused by my back. Well I thought that was rubbish so he did a full MRI. Turns out that my prostrate, testicles, stomach, liver, kidneys and everything else in that area is FINE! "It's your back!" he told me and then sent me for x-rays.
Sep 9, 2014 - 7:50:28 PM
International To Settle or Not to Settle? That is the Question by Jerold Auerbach
Not long after the recent Gaza war finally subsided, a familiar contentious issue reemerged. Following an investigation lasting several years Israel's Civil Administration declared nearly one thousand acres south of Jerusalem, within the cluster of communities known as Gush Etzion, to be state land. This meant that new homes could be built for Jews. Or, in the reflexive common parlance: Israel was planning another "illegal settlement" on "Palestinian" land.
Sep 9, 2014 - 7:47:26 PM
International Retired US Brigadier General Ernie Audino in Iraqi Kurdistan
"The current Administration in DC needs to understand the purpose of real war is to break the enemy's will to fight. That requires and has always required killing people and breaking things. A few airstrikes do not win wars." (Retired US Brigadier General Ernie Audino)
Sep 7, 2014 - 12:17:40 AM
R.P. BenDedek What's in the Book Basket This Week? Out there in the real world.
In this week's book basket we present the links to three articles provided us by book authors and we list two book reviews published by our book reviewers. Additionally we list 15 new book releases which includes: "Actor's Rendezvous" by Richard Pines; "From Zero to a Hundred: Finding My Purpose through My Pain" by Jason Roy; "He Works All Things Together..." by Rebecca Strom-Stewart; "Wild Game" by Blayne Davis; "Principium" by Alexandra Lamarre; "Cherish the Past: Spring Island Trilogy Book One" By Sandra Steiner; "Clairvoyant Psychotherapy" By Susan Feinbloom; "Angelica's Discoveries" By Otilia Greco; "Farming Soul: A Tale of Initiation" by Patricia Damery; "Richard III and the Murder in the Tower" by Professor Peter Hancock; "Carbon" by Daniel Boyd; "Secret Intelligence: Dark Rim" By Enoch Chang; "The Fortunate Child" by Archana Mishra; "The Man Who Sees Tomorrow in His Dreams" by John E. Desautels and "Errand Runner" By Steven Berg
Sep 7, 2014 - 12:15:10 AM
Kenneth Tellis The plan of the King Louis XIV
The plan of King Louis XIV of France and the French Cardinal Prime Minister was to make the whole of North America French and Catholic, by whatever means possible, including murder if necessary.
Sep 5, 2014 - 12:07:39 AM
Muslims in America are Moderate?
Sep 5, 2014 - 12:02:20 AM
International The Shamrak Report See Hamas as it 'IS'
Hamas executed 18 alleged Israel informers on Friday, Aug. 22. Eleven were shot at a police station in Gaza City and seven publicly outside the city's central mosque. This method was seemingly counselled by Iranian and Hezbollah advisers. The gruesome images from Gaza ought to have dispelled illusions that Hamas, any more than the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria, seeks a political solution of the Gaza conflict. What these Palestinian extremists want is a bloodbath.... Most of the 11 Million Muslims Killed in the Middle East have been Killed by Muslims
Sep 3, 2014 - 12:15:32 AM
Kenneth Tellis Canadian Democracy is Dying
It was Karl Marx who said that in order to destroy a nation, you must first undermine its culture, language, history and religion, and this was the road that Pierre-Elliott Trudeau took after he became Prime Minister of Canada on April 17, 1968.
Sep 3, 2014 - 12:10:38 AM
R.P. BenDedek What's In the Book Basket This Week? Life's Problems and Steps to Solve Them
In this week's book basket we list the two book reviews that were published this last week along with the links to three articles published by various book authors. Naturally we have a list of newly released books - 15 this week - and they are: "A Cry from the Dust" by Carrie Stuart Parks; "An Average Joe's Pursuit for Financial Freedom" By Michael Munsey; "Uniforms" by David Duchesneau; "Lust" by Diana Raab; "The Sultan of Monte Cristo" by Holy Ghost Writer; "It's My World Too" by Homer Page; "A Dress, a Tie, and a Ring" by Julian R. Hanley; "The Darkest Side of Saturn" by Tony Taylor; "The Threat From Within" By Charles Lee; "Mainely Memories" by Martha Stevens-David; "New China" By Jim Hammond; "Stop! Drop! & Wiggle!" By Gaia Shawna Morrissette; "Resist Not Evil" By Robert Vacca; "Pazuju" by Sarah and Jonathan Tillger and "Granddad's Dictionary: Reflections on Life in America" by Michael Moffitt
Aug 31, 2014 - 12:10:31 AM
R.P. BenDedek Obama Administration's Irrelevance in the Islamic World
No man/woman should be selected for such a high office based upon an ideology as stupid as Political Correctness. If another leader in another part of the world rises up to lead this world and leads successfully, no one will want a return to the status quo. Obama and his administration can stamp their feet and throw tantrums all they like over not being consulted about this Libyan affair, but when you are an irrelevance, well ....you are irrelevant.
Aug 29, 2014 - 12:17:25 AM
International The Shamrak Report: Western bleeding hearts so easily fooled
In a remarkably candid interview on Lebanese TV, Isra al-Mudallal, the head of foreign relations at Hamas's Information Ministry in Gaza, explained how harassment, interrogations and deportations were used to ensure that journalists reporting from Gaza during Operation Protective Edge stuck to Hamas's official line and did not report "the Israeli narrative".
Aug 27, 2014 - 1:22:08 AM
International Understanding the Israeli-Egyptian-Saudi alliance
The Muslim Brotherhood in Egypt, and its state sponsors Qatar and Turkey, are the key members of this alliance structure. Without their support Hamas would have gone down with the Muslim Brotherhood regime in Egypt last summer. As it stands, all view Hamas's war with Israel as a means of reinstating the Brotherhood to power in that country. To achieve a Hamas victory, Turkey, Qatar and the Muslim Brotherhood are using Western support for Hamas against Israel. If the US and the EU are able to coerce Egypt and Israel to open their borders with Gaza, then the Western powers will hand the jihadist axis a strategic victory.
Aug 24, 2014 - 12:17:13 AM
R.P. BenDedek What's in the Book Basket This Week? Life, Dreams and Principles
In this Weeks Basket we feature the links to three articles provided us by book authors as well as one book review provided by Laure McCourt Lopez. Additionally we feature the publicity material for 15 new releases, which are: "Give YourSelf Permission to Live Your Life" by Priya Rana Kapoor; "Speak Your Truth: How You Can Recover From Lupus" by Denise A. Dorfman; "It - How They Do It" by Joyce Ann Tepley; "Poetic Thoughts in the Keys of Happiness" By BAM; "Cost of Truth" by Julie K. Parrott; "The Art of the College Essay" by Gabrielle Glancy; "Force Seven: Talisman" by M.R. Miller; "Dreams" by Estelle Feldman; "Waldo Emerson, My Grandfather, and Me" by Eugene Perticone; "Rainbows Over Ruins" by Susan Sherayko; "How To Build An Enduring Marriage" by Karen Budzinski; "And Grant You Peace" by Kate Flora; "Hurting Girls" by Kim Mac Innis; "Standing on Principal" by Frank Vetro and "The Path of a lifetime" by Carol Ann Craig
Aug 24, 2014 - 12:10:20 AM
International Defeating terrorists: From Sri Lanka to Gaza by Michael Freund
It would take a week to take Gaza, and up to two years to destroy terrorist infrastructure. There is, of course, the question of whether such an operation would be worth the cost in casualties, or if Israeli society is prepared for such a scenario, but those are subjective moral and political issues, not military ones. The truth is that there is precedent for the defeat of terrorist organizations through the determined use of military power. Take for example the case of Sri Lanka. That country was forced to endure years of suicide bombings and decades of violence carried out by a terrorist outfit known as the Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam.
Aug 21, 2014 - 12:15:37 AM
International The Shamrak Report Jews Make Muslims Look Bad
Human Rights Watch reports that more than 100 Palestinians refugees had been expelled from Jordan. The Islamic State (formerly ISIS) continues its bloody conquest of Iraq and Syria and begins invading Lebanon, all in the name of establishing a global Sunni Muslim caliphate system. An official at the Dutch National Cyber Security Center Yasmina Haifi, wrote, "ISIS has nothing to do with Islam. It is a preconceived plan of Zionists who want to deliberately make Islam look bad."
Aug 20, 2014 - 12:15:33 AM
R.P. BenDedek Jews and Christians Can Go to Hell!
OK so the bleeding hearts hate JEWS! I get it! Dirty Jews! Christ Killers! Filthy Money Lenders! But what about the Christian victims of Muslim violence and terrorism? Do any of the bleeding hearts which cry for the people of Gaza care about the Christian victims of Muslim Violence?
Aug 20, 2014 - 12:12:51 AM
International One-State Solution Is on Israel's Doorstep
When Israel absorbs Judea and Samaria--and it is a when, not an if--the chancelleries of the West will wag their fingers, and the Gulf States will breathe a sigh of relief. The historical homeland of the Jewish people will pass into Israeli sovereignty not because the national-religious will it to be so, or because an Israeli government seeks territorial aggrandizement, but because Israel will be the last man standing in the region, the only state able to govern Judea and Samaria, and the only military force capable of securing its borders. It will happen without fanfare, de facto rather than de jure, at some moment in the not-too-distant future when the foreign ministries of the West are locked in crisis session over Iraq or Syria. And it will happen with the tacit support of Egypt, Jordan, and Saudi Arabia.
Aug 17, 2014 - 12:10:30 AM
R.P. BenDedek What's in the Book Basket This Week? Religion, real life, comedy and novels.
In "This Week's Book Basket" we present the links to five (5) articles that were published at Magic City this week which were written by book authors listed in our Book Baskets. Additionally there are links to the three (3) book reviews that were published. As usual we have also published the publicity material for 15 books, which are: "Walking in Hope, Living in Grace" by Maryalyce Poole ; "The Second Coming" by Roue Hupsel; "The Headlong Fury" by J. Fred MacDonald; "I Will Never Forget" by Elaine Pereira; "In White America" By Paul Barlin; "Death Dealer" by Kate Flora; "Harmonious Hearts" by LGBTQ teens; "The Golden Thread of Time" by Crichton E.M. Miller; "Religion in Medicine Volume I and II" by John B. Dawson, M.D., F.R.C.P. Edin.; "As the Crowe Flies" by Kevin Crowe; "Mission to Fail" by Michael Eldar; "Conflict -- The Unexpected Gift" By Jack Hamilton et.al.; "Trailing Sky Six Feathers" by Ian Prattis; "Herd Immunity" By Chudi C. Nwawka M.D. and "Two Performance Artists Kidnap Their Boss and Do Things With Him" by Scotch Wichmann
Aug 17, 2014 - 12:07:25 AM
R.P. BenDedek Homosexuality: a crime against the rights of society and religion
Between the terrorists, the traitors, the hypocrites and the sheer bloody ignorance of the 'self-righteous' sheep, there had better be a Messiah ready to intervene in the history of this world, for without one, we are most certainly headed toward the destruction of everything that makes us human.
Aug 15, 2014 - 12:27:44 AM
International Hamas tunnels under the 'two-state solution'
There is one significant achievement, albeit unintended, that the gangsters of Gaza have to show for themselves: Hamas has put the final nail in the coffin of the so-called two-state solution. Ironically, the subterranean shafts they burrowed underground, and the multiple explosive projectiles they hurled at Israel, have all but toppled any chance that a Palestinian state will ever arise in Judea and Samaria.
Aug 15, 2014 - 12:22:35 AM
This is an interesting video in which some really interesting questions are asked. Questions like: "If you are upset about 1500 killed in Gaza - why have you said nothing about the 170,000 Syrians - including dozens decapitated and the shooting by IS of unarmed Iraqis. Why aren't people protesting about Boko Haram slitting the throats of young boys and capturing young girls."
Aug 15, 2014 - 12:03:32 AM
Kenneth Tellis Unbeknownst to Canadian's, Canada has its very own fifth-columnists
The facts as they stand are quite clear, everything was designed to weaken the country by measures that destroyed its very raison d'etre, which is what gives a nation its strength. The weaknesses of multiculturalism are multifaceted and offer nothing to strengthen a state or country but create divisions that weaken the very soul of that nation.
Aug 13, 2014 - 12:02:51 AM
R.P. BenDedek What's in the Book Basket This Week? Waking up to Reality
This last week we published two book reviews and articles from three book authors. (Links are contained inside.) The book basket this week displays thirteen (13) new releases. They are: "Parenting Through Grief: The Attunetion Approach" by Jade Richardson Bock and Dr. Craig Pierce; "The Power of Service" by J.E. Karp; "The Wise Men of Pizzo" by Francesco Marincola; "Shake Up Your Life" by Jennifer Keitt; "Against All Odds" by Ruth Tarantine; "Secrets of the Cannabis Industry" By Chuck Allen; "PM" by Paula Polcini; "Wisdom from the Couch" by Jennifer Kunst, PhD.; "I Thought I Wouldn't Tell It" By Deloris Dallas; "Grydscaen: War" By Natsuya Uesugi; "Connected: The Call" By Michelle Medhat; "Powered by Purpose" by Scott Deming and "Never Saying Goodbye" by Mary Jean Teachman
Aug 10, 2014 - 12:10:12 AM
Kenneth Tellis Why language equality in Canada will never succeed
The man from Cote St. Luc Montreal stood up and pointing a finger at me said that the cause of Canada's language problems were people like me, and not the racist fanatics in Kebec that wanted to remove English altogether. Here was I asking for language equality in Canada being denounced for having the gall to ask for the rights of English-speaking Canada to be upheld...
Aug 10, 2014 - 12:07:31 AM
The video is about Israel's apartheid program. It records how Israel treats Jews, Christians, Muslims - women, children, gays and feminists in Israel and shows indisputably why Israel MUST BE boycotted and deserves to be destroyed.
Aug 9, 2014 - 12:03:31 AM
International Jerusalem Rally a Huge Success
MK Orit Struk, who is a major proponent of sovereignty for Judea and Samaria, looked at the crowd and noted the number of people who had gathered in Jerusalem to participate from around the entire country, and from around the world. She spoke of how an event like this was perceived as a far-fetched, illogical dream up until 70 years ago. "When our grandparents prayed, they could not conceive of this being a reality," she said.
Aug 8, 2014 - 4:33:22 AM
International The Shamrak Report: News that's too disgusting to report
Four children were killed on Saturday, 27 July, in Egypt's Sinai Peninsula when a mortar round hit their home, in an apparent attack by militants targeting soldiers, security officials said....Hamas killed at least 25 Palestinian civilians it suspected of collaborating with Israel. Hamas publicly blamed the killings of the Palestinian suspects on Israel.......Italian reporter Gabriele Barbati, who has now left Gaza and is no longer under direct threat of retaliation by Hamas, is telling the truth about what's going on there. Hamas bombed the Palestinian camp in Shati - not Israel....The idea that one of Hamas's main command bunkers is located beneath Shifa Hospital in Gaza City is one of the worst-kept secrets of the Gaza war. So why aren't reporters in Gaza ferreting it out?
Aug 8, 2014 - 4:27:16 AM
I always find it amazing that the bleeding heart anti-Israel MOB never believe the truth that Hamas and other Jihadis speak yet readily spout the propaganda lies. It really is like my father told me: "People only believe what they want to believe."
Aug 5, 2014 - 12:03:00 AM
R.P. BenDedek What's in the Book Basket This Week? From Healthy to Dangerous
Because I have been on holidays there was no book basket last week. My holidays didn't affect our book reviewers who have been quite busy. In today's book basket we list nine (9) book reviews and Six (6) articles provided us by various book authors. Travelling between continents as I have been in the last few days, today's book basket only lists the publicity material for Ten (10) books, which are: "Devil Music" by Carly Orosz; "Race: My Story & Humanity's Bottom Line" By Lauren Joichin Nile; "Controlled Women & Constipated Men" by Dr. Terence C. Teasdale; "Annihilation" by J. F. Macdonogh; "The Industry" by Natasha Rocca Devine; "Smoothie Secrets Revealed: A Guide To Enhance Your Health" by Elyse Wagner; "Best Knowing Joy" by Lou Potempa; "Down the Drain with Jane" by Jane Tessitor Braun; "Shamrock 22: An Aviator's Story" by Colonel Rick Hudlow and "Unsecure Skies" by Clay W Biles
Aug 3, 2014 - 6:17:21 AM