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Iran’s Boast: We Have 3,000 Active Uranium-Enriching Centrifuges

Ahmadinajad tells his people UN sanctions don’t bother him, but threatens US and Europe not to impose more.

  1. Iran’s Boast: We Have 3,000 Active Uranium-Enriching Centrifuges
  2. Lieberman Considering Quitting Gov’t Coalition
  3. Over 3,000 Sderot Residents Have Fled as PA Attacks Continue
  4. Peace Now Documents Yesha Growth, Council Proudly Acknowledges
  5. US Doctors Studying Israeli Medicine – in Case of Emergency
  6. 28% of Army-Age Israelis Do Not Serve
  7. Barnard Gives Tenure to Denier of Jewish History
  8. Audio: The Faith Journey of an Ex-Christian

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1. Iran’s Boast: We Have 3,000 Active Uranium-Enriching Centrifuges

by Hillel Fendel

Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad bragged that his country’s nuclear program is “irreversible,” in a nationally-televised speech on Wednesday.

“Today, we’ve reached 3,000 centrifuges,” he said – two months after announcing that his country had “more than 3,000 centrifuges working… with more being installed every week.”  Maariv’s NRG website reports that the latest reference is to “full-time” activation of the centrifuges

Israel’s mini-cabinet convened Wednesday morning to discuss the upcoming report of the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) and how to counter it.  The IAEA report is expected to conclude that diplomatic activity is still the strategy of choice to fight Iran’s nuclear plans.  If the IAEA so concludes, the UN Security Council is expected to wait over four months before imposing further sanctions on Iran.

The eight members of the Israeli ministerial forum are attempting to formulate a campaign to convince the UN not to accept IAEA chief Mohammed El-Baradei’s approach. 

Minister of Strategic Threats Avigdor Lieberman (Yisrael Beiteinu/Israel Our Home) has said that Al-Baradei’s approach “arouses many question marks regarding his intentions and whether he truly desires to deal with Iran’s race for nuclear armament.”  Foreign Ministry Director-General Aharon Abramovitch was more blunt: “Instead of overseeing to ensure that Iran does not receive nuclear powers, he allows the Iranians to stall for time.  Deep inside him, Al-Baradei identifies personally with the Iranians.”

Lieberman says Israel has a variety of non-military options, “such as using the internet, which is widely used in Iran, to appeal directly to the Iranian public to convince their leaders to stop before it is too late.”

Foreign Minister Tzipi Livni told Foreign Ministers from the European Union this week that tougher sanctions are necessary: “The way to stop Iran is via stronger and more significant sanctions, seeing as we have not been able to stop them via diplomatic contacts.”

Uranium Enrichment
Iran’s centrifuges are used to enrich uranium, which can then, after further processing, provide material for nuclear bombs.  The IAEA confirmed in August that Iran had 12 cascades of 164 centrifuges, for a total of 1,968, running simultaneously to enrich uranium, in addition to hundreds more under construction or being tested.  They are located at an underground nuclear facility at Natanz in central Iran.

Experts differ as to how close Iran actually is to full nuclear capabilities.  Some Western experts say that 3,000 centrifuges operating at optimum conditions for a year could produce enough uranium for an atom bomb. 

Western Sanctions
The U.S. has been pressuring other Western nations to impose a new round of sanctions against Iran.  Ahmadinejad recently warned European countries not to do so.  Just this week, German Chancellor Angela Merkel hinted that she would support tougher sanctions on Iran.  Just days before she is to visit the U.S., Merkel told an audience in Berlin that she felt a moral duty to protect Israel and would stand firm in the face of Iran’s nuclear ambitions and its threats to erase Israel. 

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2. Lieberman Considering Quitting Gov’t Coalition

by Hillel Fendel

As the Annapolis summit draws nearer, and as Prime Minister Ehud Olmert makes clearer his plans to forge a final-status agreement that will involve “major concessions,” Minister Avigdor Lieberman considers his party’s future in the coalition – and has met with Kadima Party MKs to help him decide.

Lieberman heads the Yisrael Beiteinu (Israel Our Home) party, the most right-wing party in the coalition.  If both Shas (12 Knesset seats) and Yisrael Beiteinu (11) quit the 78-member coalition, the government will be left without a supportive majority in the Knesset, and will fall. 

Political pundits agree that Olmert is not only aware that Yisrael Beiteinu and the hareidi-Sephardic Shas party are both likely to bolt his government because of his planned Annapolis concessions – but he is even prepared for it.  Olmert’s strategy is straightforward: Instead of being toppled from national grace because of the police investigations against him or because of the Winograd Commission findings, he is willing to have his government fall, and bring about new elections, on the issue of his “desire to make peace.”

Some reports say that Olmert will agree to hold a national referendum – or new elections – to decide whether to ratify a final agreement with the Palestinian Authority that he hopes to reach in the coming year.  According to Olmert’s plan, the Annapolis summit, scheduled for later this month, is to provide the backdrop for a joint Israel-PA statement of intent to reach an agreement; this will be followed by intensive months of negotiations – and then either a referendum or new elections.

The thinking is that Olmert is counting on winning the referendum and swaying the silent fence-sitting majority by explaining that once an agreement has been reached, Israel would be committing international suicide by rejecting it. 

What Are You Doing There?
Nationalist camp leaders are attempting to convince Shas and Yisrael Beiteinu to quit the government before this scenario can come to fruition.  In a recent Knesset speech, Likud leader Binyamin Netanyahu addressed them and asked pointedly, “What are you doing in this government? Do you really agree to let Hamas rule neighborhoods in Jerusalem?… Olmert’s plan to give the Palestinian Authority a state in Judea, Samaria, Gaza and much of Jerusalem is a danger to Israel, and you are not preventing the danger by sitting in the government. To the contrary – you are giving it legitimacy and allowing it to happen.”

Makor Rishon and Jerusalem Post columnist Caroline Glick has written, “[Shas leader Eli] Yishai and Lieberman… don’t want to take the only step open to them if they truly wish to prevent damage to the country. That step, of course, is resignation from the Olmert government and support for new elections. And Olmert knows this. It is because he understands their ardent desire to remain in office that Olmert feels he runs no political risk by negotiating away Israel’s survivability to Abbas. Yishai’s and Lieberman’s vacuous pronouncements enable Olmert to move forward toward national capitulation.”

Meeting with Kadima and Shas MKs
The commuter paper Yisrael Hayom reports that in Lieberman’s recent meetings with Kadima MKs, he attempted to ascertain the extent of their opposition or support for Olmert’s policies.  More than half of the 29 Kadima MKs are former Likud members, whose support for concessions is shallow, if at all. 

Lieberman is also expected to meet with Shas leader Eli Yishai today (Wednesday).

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3. Over 3,000 Sderot Residents Have Fled as PA Attacks Continue

by Nissan Ratzlav-Katz

Palestinian Authority terrorists in northern Gaza launched a combined rocket-and-mortar attack on Jewish towns in the western Negev Tuesday morning. Two Kassam rockets and four mortar shells fired by enemy forces exploded harmlessly in open fields, causing no
3,000 residents of… Sderot have fled to safer quarters in the last six months.
injuries or damage.

As the latest rockets fell on the Negev, the Yediot Acharonot newspaper reported that 3,000 residents of the bombarded Negev city of Sderot have fled to safer quarters in the last six months alone. The flight reportedly reached its highest pitch this past summer, during which Gaza terrorists launched more than 1,500 rockets at the city.

Even when Kassams cause no injuries or damage, tens of thousands of Israeli civilians in the region must make a mad dash for safety, as the 40-second video below documents.

 

In reaction to the Yediot report, the Chairman of the Committee for a Secure Sderot, Alon Davidi, said, “If it is accurate – and I emphasize, if it is – then it is a very serious situation. Those numbers must mark a bright red line…. The government’s failing policies are dismantling the city.”

A direct hit on a private home in Sderot
http://www.matesderot.co.il

In Davidi’s view, the key to maintaining the life of Sderot at this point is the elimination of the Kassam threat from the PA. He sees only one way to bring that about: “The IDF must launch a ground war into Gaza, or we will continue experiencing this drain.”

In addition to calling for a large IDF operation in Gaza to put an end to the Kassams, the committee for a Secure Sderot is also working to increase the population of the city. “We don’t count on the government of Israel,” Davidi said. “We must act on our own to bring more families here,” despite the obvious difficulties.

A Sderot house near the site of a Kassam blast
http://www.matesderot.co.il

Since 2000, the start of the current PA terror campaign against Israel also known as the Oslo War, more than 6,200 Kassam rockets have been launched at the Jewish towns including Sderot. Varying estimates indicate that between 15 to 25 percent of Sderot’s population of 24,000 has left the city either temporarily or permanently over the last six years. A total of approximately 40,000 people reside in western Negev communities within range of the Kassam rockets regularly fired from PA-controlled Gaza.

One of those people living under the constant threat of PA rocket attack is Sderot resident Adina Mastbaum, 29, a mother of four. Speaking with Israel National News on Tuesday, she expressed sorrow at the reports of civilian flight from her city: “It is a shame. We came here to build up the Negev.” At the same time, she said, perhaps the publication of the extent of the phenomenon will make “people realize what a catastrophe we are living in.” Yet, Mastbaum expressed doubt that the message would have any impact in the halls of government.

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4. Peace Now Documents Yesha Growth, Council Proudly Acknowledges

by Ezra HaLevi

Peace Now accused the Jewish communities in Judea and Samaria (Yesha) of growing despite a settlement freeze. The Yesha Council responded: “Thanks for the compliment.”

The leftist anti-settlement Peace Now movement released a bulletin, Wednesday, on the state of Jewish life in Judea and Samaria in an effort to spur the government to take action against the communities there ahead of the Annapolis Conference. The group accused Jewish residents of continuing to build despite the refusal of the government to grant standard authorization to the construction.

Peace Now says that despite guidelines by the IDF Civil Administration that do not allow caravans (trailer homes) to be brought into hilltop communities, many hilltop communities have managed to bypass the ban by building pre-fabricated structures on site or building permanent homes.

The group also documents that Jewish population growth in Judea and Samaria is three times the growth within pre-1967 Israel, due both to high birth rates among the populace and an ongoing large influx of Israelis to the area.

Yesha Council Responds
The Yesha Council of Judea and Samaria Communities responded to the Peace Now report, thanking the group for documenting the positive phenomenon of Jewish growth in the regions liberated in the 1967 Six Day War.  “The latest report proves that Jewish settlement in the area does not stop for a minute, not due to terrorism, building freezes, political pressure, or legal decrees,” the council said. “We thank Peace Now for documenting this important Zionist enterprise.”

Council members expressed satisfaction with the report’s finding that Jewish population growth in Judea and Samaria continues to be three times that of the growth within pre-1967 Israel. The Yesha Council said it hopes to see the Jewish population in the area pass 300,000 by the end of next year.

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5. US Doctors Studying Israeli Medicine – in Case of Emergency

by Hillel Fendel

Over 30 top U.S. physicians arrived in Israel on Sunday for an intensive five-day course in the latest Israeli developments in emergency and trauma medicine. The group will return to Israel on immediate notice in case of war or other national emergency, so that they can fill in for Israeli doctors who might be called to the front lines.

This Medical Emergency and Disaster Preparedness course is organized by the Ministry of Health, in cooperation with the IDF Medical Corps and the American Physicians Fellowship (APF).  This is the 10th bi-annual mission brought to Israel for this unique training.

“Israel has earned global respect for its incomparable emergency medical care,” says delegation leader and APF Vice President Dr. Mike Frogel.  “This has come at a dear price, which APF physicians deeply honor. If we can help alleviate the strains of war-time health needs through this remarkable partnership with our Israeli colleagues, then we stand to both help the people of Israel in a critically important way and also draw immense satisfaction from our personal commitment.”

“The invaluable experience and lessons learned will also be applicable to Emergency Preparedness planning back home in the US and Canada,” Frogel adds.

The 30 participating doctors include Jews and non-Jews from ten states across the United States, as well as Canada. Highlights of the course include:

* Simulated hands-on trauma situation at Tel Hashomer Hospital near Tel Aviv
* Working visit to the front-line Negev town of Sderot
* Toxicological event drill at Assaf HaRofeh Hospital near Ben Gurion International Airport
* Concluding ceremony at Latrun, northwest of Jerusalem

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6. 28% of Army-Age Israelis Do Not Serve

by Nissan Ratzlav-Katz

Addressing a seminar at the Sderot Conference on Social and Economic Policy on Tuesday, Lieutenant-Colonel Shlomi Avraham discussed some of the latest IDF conscription statistics. According to Avraham, head of the IDF’s Technology
Overall numbers of exemptions from military service, Lieut.-Col. Avraham concluded, are growing from year to year.
Manpower and Research Directorate, 28 percent of Israeli youth eligible for the draft are not being recruited into the ranks of the armed forces. Among them, 5 percent are draft-dodgers and the rest are exempt as a matter of policy.

In 2007, 11.2 percent of the non-recruits are listed as full-time yeshiva students, who have the option of indefinitely postponing military service. This figure was only 4.9 percent in 1991. Just over 7 percent of this year’s recruits obtained a medical exemption, while 2 percent were listed as handicapped or deceased. Another 4 percent of potential recruits are overseas and 3 percent were exempt from service due to their criminal record. Six percent of army-age youths requested review for an exemption due to an unsuitable psychological profile in 2006. 

Overall numbers of exemptions from military service, Lieut.-Col. Avraham concluded, are growing from year to year. The figures Avraham cited only refer to those Israelis of army age who are eligible for the draft. In addition to Jewish males, Druze and other non-Arab Israelis are eligible for compulsory military service; whereas, young women have the option of declaring their ineligibility for religious reasons. Israeli-Arabs are ineligible for compulsory service, but an estimated 10 percent choose to volunteer for service in the IDF nonetheless.

In breaking the latest IDF conscription figures down according to locales, military exemptions issued for Jerusalem residents reached 52 percent of draft-age youths. In Tel Aviv, the figure is 34.8 percent. In the south of the country, 22.7 percent of potential soldiers are exempted from service, while only 17.4 percent of those in the north are not drafted.

Among those discharged from the army in 2006, 17.7 percent were only six months into their compulsory service. The majority of those released early were exempted due to a problematic psychological profile that became evident only after conscription. In addition, many of those discharged early were from the administrative or transportation branches of the army.

In response to the worrying conscription statistics, Knesset Member Chaim Katz (Likud) proposed a law that would strip draft-dodgers of their driver’s licenses. Any person who avoided IDF service for psychological reasons should not be allowed to get or renew a driver’s license, Katz said, adding that his bill would reduce the number of young people avoiding IDF service by claiming to suffer from mental disorders.

In August, dozens of CEOs of Israeli companies signed a pledge not to hire shirkers of IDF army service. At the time, stepped up efforts by the army to identify draft-dodgers were netting more than ten such young people every week, compared to just one or two per week previously.

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7. Barnard Gives Tenure to Denier of Jewish History

by Gil Ronen

Barnard, a liberal arts college for women in New York City, has granted tenured status to Nadia el-Haj, an Arab anthropologist who denies that the Jewish people have roots in the Land of Israel. El-Haj has also justified the murderous destruction of Joseph’s Tomb in Shechem in 2000.

The college’s intention to grant el-Haj tenure gave rise to loud protests by intellectuals and pundits over the past year. Paula Stern, a Barnard alumnus who lives in Israel, initiated an online petition against giving Abu el-Haj tenure, which has been signed by almost 2,600 people, most of them Barnard alumni. Despite the outcry, Barnard announced this week that Abu el-Haj would be granted her tenure.

Although the petition she sponsored ultimately failed, Stern told Yishai Fleisher of Israel National Radio that she saw a victory in this defeat. Stern said the decision to grant el-Haj tenure was apparently part of an internal political deal in which Columbia University, with which Barnard is affiliated, will deny tenure to a well known anti-Israeli intellectual, Joseph Massad. In addition, she told Fleisher, it will now be “that much harder” for Columbia to accept blatantly biased people like el-Haj into its teaching staff.

In her only book to date, “Facts on the Ground: Archaeological Practice and Territorial Self-Fashioni
The Hasmonean and Davidic dynasties are… a “pure political fabrication
ng in Israeli Society,” el-Haj wrote about Israelis’ attitude towards archaeology (although she apparently speaks little or no Hebrew), and claimed that “what was considered to have been ancient Jewish national existence and sovereignty in their homeland” is “a tale best understood as the modern nation’s origin myth… transported into the realm of history.” The Hasmonean and Davidic dynasties are, she contended, a mere “belief,” an “ideological assertion,” and a “pure political fabrication.”

She also called the October, 2000 destruction of the Tomb of the biblical patriarch Joseph an act of “resistance” by oppressed Arabs, which “needs to be understood in relation to a colonial national history.” At the same time, she bemoaned what she claimed was Israeli archeologists’ practice of using bulldozers to dig through layers dating from periods of non-Jewish rule. According to Stern, el-Haj quoted no Hebrew scholarly works in her book, and no Israeli academics.

Her book was derided by experts writing in professional publications as “flimsy and supercilious,” ” the result of faulty and ideologically motivated research,” and “misleading.”

The Democracy Project, a conservative website, denounced her as “an academic impostor who passes off a political agenda demonizing the State of Israel and its legitimate historic roots.”

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8. Audio: The Faith Journey of an Ex-Christian

A7 Radio’s “Yishai Fleisher Show”

Yoel Keren, a former Messianic missionary and now Orthodox Jew, returns by popular demand to talk about his continuing faith-journey as an Orthodox Jew and tackles such questions as who was the real J-man, who does Isaiah 53 talk about, and what are the signs that Gentiles should seek to find truth.

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