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"European" or Jewish
initiatives in the Gaza massacre?


Some facts for just to put som perspective on the so-called "European" initiatives in the present Gaza "conflict" [= massacre]:

- On "French" President Nicolas Sarkozy, see for instance the article "Sarkozy's Jewish roots":

- See also PressTV on Le Figaro's revelations on Sarkozy's Mossad connection, "Sarkozy ex-Mossad Agent ":§ionid=351020603

And see also


- On Sarkozy's Foreign Minister Bernard Kouchner, who has a Jewish father, see for instance Der Spiegel article which says that he is "Born into a Jewish immigrant family..." :,1518,509936,00.html


- Kouchner also writes a contributing article in the 100% Jewish-Zionist book "I am Jewish: Personal Reflections Inspired by the Last Words of Daniel Pearl" (2005). Other co-authors with Kouchner in this book are Zionists like Ehud Barak, Natan Sharansky and Avraham Burg. See the advertisement for the book at: and the names of the co-authors.

- The "
British" "peace"-initiative comes from David Miliband, the foreign secretary. His Jewish roots are well-known.

See article from The Jewish Community Online: 

- Where it tells that Miliband greeted the British Jewish community as "us":

"Foreign Secretary David Miliband has issued a special message for the High Holy Days. The wording is unusual: he speaks of "us" in his greeting, giving the clearest indication yet that he identifies with the Jewish community."

- See also "David Miliband's family 'lied' to enter UK " at:

British Prime Minister Gordon Brown is no Jew but a patron of the Zionist "Jewish National Fund". See Guardian-article on "Gordon Brown, is a patron of the JNF" :


- See also info on Brown's bankroller, Ronald Cohen: 

- It would be good if these facts were spread so people aren't fooled by the so-called "French" and "British" peace initiatives.


INTERNATIONAL (may 8, 2007)
Jewish roots

Photo: JTA

France's new president, Nicolas Sarkozy, lost 57 members of his family to the Nazis and comes from a long line of Jewish and Zionist leaders and heroes, writes RAANAN ELIAZ.

IN an interview Nicolas Sarkozy gave in 2004, he expressed an extraordinary understanding of the plight of the Jewish people for a home: "Should I remind you the visceral attachment of every Jew to Israel, as a second mother homeland? There is nothing outrageous about it. Every Jew carries within him a fear passed down through generations, and he knows that if one day he will not feel safe in his country, there will always be a place that would welcome him. And this is Israel."

Sarkozy's sympathy and understanding is most probably a product of his upbringing it is well known that Sarkozy's mother was born to the Mallah family, one of the oldest Jewish families of Salonika, Greece.

Additionally, many may be surprised to learn that his yet-to-be-revealed family history involves a true and fascinating story of leadership, heroism and survival.

It remains to be seen whether his personal history will affect his foreign policy and France's role in the Middle East conflict.

In the 15th century, the Mallah family (in Hebrew: messenger or angel) escaped the Spanish Inquisition to Provence, France and moved about one hundred years later to Salonika.

In Greece, several family members became prominent Zionist leaders, active in the local and national political, economic, social and cultural life.

To this day many Mallahs are still active Zionists around the world.

Sarkozy's grandfather, Aron Mallah, nicknamed Benkio, was born in 1890.

Beniko's uncle Moshe was a well-known Rabbi and a devoted Zionist who, in 1898 published and edited "El Avenir", the leading paper of the Zionist national movement in Greece at the time.

His cousin, Asher, was a Senator in the Greek Senate and in 1912 he helped guarantee the establishment of the Technion – the elite technological university in Haifa, Israel.

In 1919 he was elected as the first President of the Zionist Federation of Greece and he headed the Zionist Council for several years. In the 1930's he helped Jews flee to Israel, to which he himself immigrated in 1934.

Another of Beniko's cousins, Peppo Mallah, was a philanthropist for Jewish causes who served in the Greek Parliament, and in 1920 he was offered, but declined, the position of Greece's Minister of Finance. After the establishment of the State of Israel he became the country's first diplomatic envoy to Greece.

In 1917 a great fire destroyed parts of Salonika and damaged the family estate.

Many Jewish-owned properties, including the Mallah's, were expropriated by the Greek government. Jewish population emigrated from Greece and much of the Mallah family left Salonika to France, America and Israel.

Sarkozy's grandfather, Beniko, immigrated to France with his mother. When in France Beniko converted to Catholicism and changed his name to Benedict in order to marry a French Christian girl named Adèle Bouvier.

Adèle and Benedict had two daughters, Susanne and Andrée. Although Benedict integrated fully into French society, he remained close to his Jewish family, origin and culture.

Knowing he was still considered Jewish by blood, during World War II he and his family hid in Marcillac la Croisille in the Corrèze region, western France.

During the Holocaust, many of the Mallahs who stayed in Salonika or moved to France were deported to concentration and extermination camps.

In total, fifty-seven family members were murdered by the Nazis. Testimonies reveal that several revolted against the Nazis and one, Buena Mallah, was the subject of Nazis medical experiments in the Birkenau concentration camp.

In 1950 Benedict's daughter, Andrée Mallah, married Pal Nagy Bosca y Sarkozy, a descendent of a Hungarian aristocratic family. The couple had three sons – Guillaume, Nicolas and François.

The marriage failed and they divorced in 1960, so Andrée raised her three boys close to their grandfather, Benedict.

Nicolas was especially close to Benedict, who was like a father to him. In his biography Sarkozy tells he admired his grandfather, and through hours spent of listening to his stories of the Nazi occupation, the "Maquis" (French resistance), De Gaulle and the D-day, Benedict bequeathed to Nicolas his political convictions.

Sarkozy's family lived in Paris until Benedict's death in 1972, at which point they moved to Neuilly-sur-Seine to be closer to the boys' father, Pal (who changed his name to Paul) Sarkozy. Various memoirs accounted Paul as a father who did not spend much time with the kids or help the family monetarily.

Nicolas had to sell flowers and ice cream in order to pay for his studies. However, his fascination with politics led him to become the city's youngest mayor and to rise to the top of French and world politics. The rest is history.

It may be a far leap to consider that Sarkozy's Jewish ancestry may have any bearing on his policies vis-à-vis Israel.

However, many expect Sarkozy's presidency to bring a dramatic change not only in France's domestic affairs, but also in the country's foreign policy in the Middle-East.

One cannot overestimate the magnitude of the election of the first French President born after World War II, whose politics seem to represent a new dynamic after decades of old-guard Chirac and Mitterrand.

There is even a reason to believe that Sarkozy, often mocked as "the American friend" and blamed for 'ultra-liberal' worldviews, will lean towards a more Atlanticist policy.

Nevertheless, there are several reasons that any expectations for a drastic change in the country's Middle East policy, or foreign policy in general, should be downplayed.

First, one must bear in mind that France's new president will spend the lion's share of his time dealing with domestic issues such as the country's stagnated economy, its social cohesiveness and the rising integration-related crime rate. When he finds time to deal with foreign affairs, Sarkozy will have to devote most of his energy to protecting France's standing in an ever-involved European Union.

In his dealings with the US, Sarkozy will most likely prefer to engage on less explosive agenda-items than the Middle-East.

Second, France's foreign policy stems from the nation's interests, rooted in reality and influenced by a range of historic, political, strategic and economic considerations.

Since Sarkozy's landing at the Elysée on May 16 will not change those, France's foreign policy ship will not tilt so quickly under a new captain.

Third reason why expectations for a drastic change in France's position in the Middle-East may be naïve is the significant weight the French Ministry of Foreign Affairs exerts over the country's policies and agenda.

There, non-elected bureaucrats tend to retain an image of Israel as a destabilizing element in the Middle-East rather then the first line of defence of democracy.

Few civil servants in Quai d'Orsay would consider risking France's interests or increasing chances for "a clash of civilizations" in order to help troubled Israel or Palestine to reach peace.

It is a fair to predict that France will stay consistent with its support in establishing a viable Palestinian state with East Jerusalem as its capital, existing side by side with a peaceful Israel.

How to get there, if at all, will not be set by Sarkozy's flagship but rather he will follow the leadership of the US and the EU. Not much new policy is expected regarding Iran, on which Sarkozy has already voiced willingness to allow development of civilian nuclear capabilities, alongside tighter sanctions on any developments with military potency.

One significant policy modification that could actually come through under Sarkozy is on the Syrian and Lebanese fronts. The new French president is not as friendly to Lebanon as was his predecessor, furthermore, as the Minister of the Interior, Sarkozy even advocated closer ties between France and Syria.

Especially if the later plays the cards of talking-peace correctly, Sarkozy may increase pressure on Israel to evacuate the Golan Heights in return for a peace deal with Assad.

Despite the above, although Sarkozy's family roots will not bring France closer to Israel, the presidents' personal Israeli friends may. As a Minister of Interior, Sarkozy shared much common policy ground with former Israeli Prime Minister, Benjamin Netanyahu.

The two started to develop a close friendship not long ago and it is easy to observe similarities not only in their ideology and politics, but also in their public image. If Netanyahu returns to Israel's chief position it will be interesting to see whether their personal dynamic will lead to a fresh start for Israel and France, and a more constructive European role in the region.


Raanan Eliaz is a former Director at the Israeli National Security Council and the Hudson Institute, Washington D.C. He is currently a PhD candidate at the Catholic University of Leuven, Belgium, and a consultant on European-Israeli Affairs.

x-Mossad secret agent

Sat, 10 Nov 2007

French President Nicholas Sarkozy

A report reveals that French President Nicolas Sarkozy worked for Israeli intelligence for a long time before he was elected president.

French daily Le Figaro has revealed the French leader once worked for the Zionist regime as a sayan, Hebrew for 'collaborator'.

Ex-Mossad agent Victor Ostrovsky says sayans, who perform many roles, are Jewish citizens of other nationalities assisting Mossad.

Le Figaro claimed that French police officials managed to keep secret a letter, which exposed Sarkozy's past participation in espionage activities for Mossad.

The letter fixed Sarkozy's alleged spying activities as far back as 1983.

In the immediate aftermath of Le Figaro's exposé, the Zionist regime's Prime Minister Ehud Olmert was on a state visit to France to discuss Iran's nuclear program, which raised more questions about the report.

Analysts believe since Sarkozy took office in May, he has taken every opportunity to pledge his allegiance to the United States and the Zionist regime.

"Sarko the Sayan" has also followed in the footsteps of the White House by choosing a hostile approach toward Iran and its peaceful nuclear activities


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Table of Contents
Publisher's Note xv  
Preface xvii  
  Avraham Burg
3 (4)
  Ruth R. Wisse
7 (3)
  Joshua Malina
10 (1)
  Irwin Cotler
10 (3)
  Lawrence H. Summers
13 (1)
  Rabbi Zalman M. Schachter-Shalomi
14 (4)
  The Right Honourable The Lord Woolf
18 (1)
  Angela Warnick Buchdahl
19 (1)
  A.B. Yehoshua
20 (3)
  Michael Chlenov
23 (1)
  Daniel Schorr
23 (5)
  Stefanie Stoler
28 (1)
  Maureen Lipman
28 (2)
  Mike Wallace
30 (1)
  Natan Sharansky
31 (3)
  Norman Lear
34 (1)
  David Horovitz
34 (2)
  Kitty Dukakis
36 (1)
  Jamie Sistino
37 (1)
  Thomas L. Friedman
37 (3)
  Bernice Rubens
40 (1)
  Leon Botstein
41 (4)
  Shimon Peres
45 (4)
  Cynthia Ozick
49 (1)
  Ruth Pearl
50 (1)
  Larry King
51 (3)
  Sarah Rosenbaum
54 (1)
  W. Michael Blumenthal
54 (1)
  Tamara Pearl
55 (1)
  Spencer Newman
56 (1)
  Sylvia Boorstein
57 (3)
  David J. Azrieli
60 (1)
  Martin Peretz
60 (3)
  Rabbi Sherwin T. Wine
63 (2)
  Jade Ransohoff
65 (1)
  Wendy Wasserstein
65 (1)
  Sarah Silverman
66 (1)
  Moshe Katsav
67 (3)
70 (1)
  Lord Greville Janner
70 (3)
  Alana Frey
73 (2)
75 (1)
  Richard Dreyfuss
75 (1)
  Roald Hoffmann
76 (1)
  Vidal Sassoon
77 (1)
  Ida Haendel
78 (1)
  Daniel Libeskind
79 (1)
  Jackie Mason
80 (1)
  Maurice Levy
81 (1)
  Rabbi Rachel B. Cowan
82 (2)
  Milton Friedman
84 (1)
  Liz Lerman
84 (1)
  Daniel Gill
85 (1)
  David Suissa
86 (1)
  Yefim Bronfman
87 (1)
  Shelley R. Deutch Tayar
87 (3)
  Douglas Rushkoff
90 (1)
  Gloria Goldreich
91 (1)
  Daniel Jonah Goldhagen
92 (1)
  Ephraim Kishon
93 (1)
  Menachem Z. Rosensaft
94 (2)
  Robert Rabinovitch
96 (1)
  Naim Dangoor
97 (1)
  Kerri Strug
98 (1)
  Sir Martin Gilbert
99 (1)
  Deborah E. Lipstadt
100 (2)
  Bernard Lewis
102 (5)
  Senator Joe Lieberman
107 (1)
  Robyn J. Friedman
108 (1)
  Dr. David Hartman
109 (5)
  Eric H. Yoffie
114 (3)
  Sarah Levin
117 (1)
  Alan Dershowitz
117 (3)
  Rabbi Lawrence Kushner
120 (1)
  Felicia Lilien
121 (1)
  Arno Penzias
122 (2)
  Rabbi Patricia Karlin-Neumann
124 (2)
  Shia LaBeuof
126 (1)
  Sandy Eisenberg Sasso
127 (4)
  Amos Oz
131 (1)
  Samantha Schram
132 (1)
  Rabbi Israel Meir Lau
132 (2)
  Leon Wieseltier
134 (2)
  Naomi Ragen
136 (1)
  Gershom Sizomu
137 (2)
  Michael H. Steinhardt
139 (1)
  Dennis Prager
140 (2)
  Kirk Douglas
142 (1)
  Dr. Richard A. Lerner
143 (1)
  Julius Lester
144 (1)
  Chaim Kramer
145 (1)
  Josef Joffe
146 (2)
  Rabbi Uri Regev
148 (4)
  Thane Rosenbaum
152 (1)
  Richard Siegel
153 (2)
  Michael Medved
155 (1)
  Jim Ball
156 (1)
  Rabbi Kenneth J. Leinwand
157 (1)
  Norman Lamm
158 (3)
  Larry S. Moses
161 (1)
  Rabbi Tony Bayfield
162 (2)
  Harold Kushner
164 (5)
  Elie Wiesel
169 (1)
  Samuel G. Freedman
170 (3)
  Jonathan Sacks
173 (2)
  Matt Putney
175 (1)
  Michelle Pearl
176 (1)
  Rabbi Harold M. Schulweis
177 (4)
  Ehud Barak
181 (1)
  Bernard-Henri Lévy
182 (3)
  David Grossman
185 (1)
  Tovah Feldshuh
186 (1)
  Nadine Gordimer
187 (1)
  Theodore Bikel
188 (2)
  Judea Pearl
190 (2)
  Eran Rotshenker
192 (1)
  Rabbi Chaim Seidler-Feller
192 (2)
  Anne Roiphe
194 (1)
  Dr. Uri D. Herscher
195 (2)
  Alexander Militarev
197 (4)
  Ruth Bader Ginsburg
201 (1)
  Jonathan Freedland
202 (2)
  Stephen H. Hoffman
204 (1)
  Gary Shteyngart
205 (1)
  Lynn Schusterman
206 (3)
  Rabbi Jacqueline Tabick
209 (1)
  David Colburn
210 (2)
  Judy Feld Carr
212 (1)
  Robin Kramer
213 (2)
  Richard N. Goldman
215 (1)
  Tullia Zevi
216 (1)
  Peter Yarrow
217 (4)
  Francine Klagsbrun
221 (1)
  Hanoch Greenberg
222 (1)
  Sjalom Awraham Soetendorp
223 (2)
  Alan Colmes
225 (1)
  Ruth W. Messinger
225 (2)
  Rosalie Silberman Abella
227 (1)
  Senator Dianne Feinstein
228 (1)

Bernard Kouchner

229 (2)
  Zev Yaroslavsky
231 (1)
  Simone Veil
232 (1)
  Daniel Kahneman
233 (1)
  Rabbi Naamah Kelman
234 (4)
  Roger Cukierman
238 (1)
  Edgar M. Bronfman
239 (2)
  Debbie Friedman
241 (2)
Acknowledgments 243 (2)
Glossary 245 (2)
Index of Contributors 247 (4)
Credits 251 (10)
Reader's Discussion Guide 261  



'I Am not a Warmonger'

French Foreign Minister Bernard Kouchner discusses Franco-German tensions, the controversy over Iran's nuclear program and his relationship with President Sarkozy.

French Foreign Minister, Bernard Kouchner (left) and French President Nicolas Sarkozy: "He gives me all kinds of latitude to act and do as I see fit."

French Foreign Minister, Bernard Kouchner (left) and French President Nicolas Sarkozy: "He gives me all kinds of latitude to act and do as I see fit."

SPIEGEL: Mr. Minister, is our impression correct that there is trouble in Franco-German relations -- despite kisses on the cheek between President Nicolas Sarkozy and Chancellor Angela Merkel?

Kouchner: I don't believe that there is trouble. Friends don't have to agree on all issues. For example, we are indeed of different opinions when it comes to nuclear power, but that's normal. We agree on all fundamental issues.

SPIEGEL: And yet officials in Berlin complain that their friends in Paris are claiming every diplomatic success as their own. One example is the release of the five Bulgarian nurses from a Libyan prison. Is it only the style of French foreign policy that has changed, or is it also its substance?


Kouchner: Yes, there is a new style. During the campaign, Sarkozy promised to do what he could for the imprisoned Bulgarians. Everything happened very quickly in the end, which may have seemed abrupt. Of course, (German Foreign Minister) Frank-Walter Steinmeier and (European Commissioner for External Relations) Benita Ferrero-Waldner made important contributions. But Sarkozy and Libyan leader Moammar Gadhafi settled the matter in one decisive evening.

SPIEGEL: Sarkozy baffles the Germans with statements like: "If France doesn't assume the leadership role, who will?" Doesn't Paris have any confidence in the Germans?

Kouchner: On the contrary. The Germans have often been the leaders. (Former President Charles) de Gaulle once said: "Nothing can be built without Germany. That is its fate." When it seemed that our foreign policy was crippled as a result of the campaign, Berlin took the leadership role in Europe. In return, we helped with the Constitutional Treaty. The fact that I increasingly use the word "we" when I talk about the Germans shows how closely we cooperate.

SPIEGEL: Does the new French government still support Germany's effort to secure a permanent seat on the UN Security Council?


ABOUT BERNARD KOUCHNER [underline added by Radio Islam]

Bernard Kouchner is a physician, human rights activist and political centrist with the Socialist Party. Born into a Jewish immigrant family, Kouchner is one of the founders of the organization Doctors Without Borders and is committed to fighting hunger and poverty. After joining the French Socialist Party, he was appointed the United Nations administrator of Kosovo. He supported the Iraq intervention in 2003, convinced that toppling Iraqi dictator Saddam Hussein was a worthwhile cause. But this didn't stop Kouchner, now 67, from later criticizing Washington's policies in Iraq.
Kouchner: Certainly. However, it will depend on the reform of the Security Council. It is clear to us that Japan and Germany deserve a seat. There is also need for more equitable representation for the emerging nations of Africa, Asia and Latin America.

SPIEGEL: The treatment of Iran's nuclear program is still causing tensions between Berlin and Paris. You accuse the Germans of being too soft on President (Mahmoud) Ahmadinejad for economic reasons.

Kouchner: Germany and Italy have bigger economic interests than we do. In other words, more server sanctions would not affect all countries equally. I want us to weather the crisis together. We should not act too hastily. Our actions must remain transparent. We cannot leave it at the sanctions. Instead, we must continue to negotiate. The goal is peace.

SPIEGEL: Your German counterpart, (Foreign Minister Frank-Walter) Steinmeier, expects the Security Council, including the Russians and the Chinese, to take a unified stance against Iran. You, on the other hand, want to see EU sanctions that go beyond the scope of the UN sanctions.

Kouchner: I have just come from the meeting of the General Assembly, where we -- thanks in part to France's active support -- preserved the unity of the Group of Six: Germany, Great Britain, France, Russian, China and the United States are acting in concert. The key issue is whether we should supplement the UN effort with additional European sanctions.

SPIEGEL: A question you just answered in a letter of proposals to your 26 EU counterparts.

Kouchner: In New York, Frank, (US Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice, British Foreign Secretary David Miliband and I discussed more effective punitive measures. Nothing has been decided yet.

SPIEGEL: Do you truly believe that sanctions will prevent Iran from nuclear armament?

Kouchner: Admittedly, three UN resolutions have not done anything so far, which is all the more reason for tougher action now. We want to target the regime's economic and financial nerve centers, not the Iranian people. Will sanctions alone be sufficient? I don't think so. They have to be accompanied by political offers.

SPIEGEL: If this doesn't work there could be war. You said it yourself.

Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad (center) attends a military parade in Tehran: "We want to target the regime's economic and financial nerve centers, not the Iranian people."

Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad (center) attends a military parade in Tehran: "We want to target the regime's economic and financial nerve centers, not the Iranian people."

Wait a minute. What I said was: "War would be the worst possible thing." And that's what I am determined to prevent, through unremitting negotiation.

SPIEGEL: It's nice that you set it straight.

Kouchner: It's important to me. I'm not a warmonger. I have been fighting for peace for the past 40 years. I have seen the wounded and the dead, at the front, under fire. I know what I'm talking about.

SPIEGEL: Nevertheless, the word "war" has made the Germans uneasy.

Kouchner: I understand that this word scares the Germans. But I don't want to hide behind diplomatic niceties. You will not hear me making bizarre statements like "high-intensity conflicts." The Americans mention "surgical strikes." My goodness!

SPIEGEL: Is there a risk that the United States could go it alone militarily?

Kouchner: Many believe it's a possibility. This is all the more reason for us to negotiate persistently, even if it means accepting setbacks. We need a political solution, not a military one.

SPIEGEL: You have offered to fly to Tehran for negotiations. Your president is opposed.

Kouchner: He doesn't believe this is the right time yet. But my offer remains on the table. I speak with the Iranians often, and I hope that the conditions for such a trip will soon materialize.


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