Liverpool Zionist Fronts

Israeli logo may appear on Liverpool soccer kits,7340,L-4876784,...

"History Krav Maga was developed in Czechoslovakia in the 1930s[1] by Imi Lichtenfeld, also known as Imi Sde-Or (Sde-Or–”Light Field”–a calque of his surname into Hebrew). He first taught his fighting system in Bratislava in order to help protect the local Jewish community from the Nazi militia. Upon arriving in the British Mandate of Palestine, Lichtenfeld began teaching Kapap to the Haganah, the Jewish underground army. With the establishment of the State of Israel in 1948, Lichtenfeld became the Chief Instructor of Physical Fitness and Krav Maga at the Israel Defense Forces (IDF) School of Combat Fitness. He served in the IDF for 15 years, during which time he continued to develop and refine his hand-to-hand combat method. In 1964 he left the military though continued to supervise the instruction of Krav Maga in both military and law-enforcement contexts, and in addition, worked indefatigably to refine, improve and adapt Krav Maga to meet civilian needs"

The Lubavitch Foundation Liverpool is a Zionist front

The Chabad at Liverpool Universities is another Zionist front. run by a Zionist Rabbi Shmuli Brown

Merseyside "Jewish" Community is another Israeli front and a Zionist propaganda tool

Taken from their web page "

""Liverpool Israel Support Team

Imagine day after day, night after night, month after month, for years, a relentless bombardment of rockets from your neighbours. Imagine the terror whole communities are subjected to, imagine explaining to your children that it is dangerous to play outdoors, that they have to stay close to the bomb shelter at all times.

Israel launched a military operation to stop Hamas firing rockets into homes, schools and kindergartens. The International press, who have not reported years of rocket fire on Israeli civilians, highlighted the Palestinian perspective – ‘Gaza in crisis’; there were few if any media reports of the ‘Sderot Crisis’ or of the fact the Hamas uses Palestinian children as human shields. There is little attempt at understanding Israel’s need to defend the lives of its own people. Which country in the world – except Israel- is expected to live under these conditions? Why is Israel held to double standards? Why do people worldwide consider this daily threat an acceptable way of living for Israelis?

We are, without doubt, experiencing an increase in anti Israel sentiment.

We must not; we dare not ignore the signs.

Even here in Liverpool, anti Israel feelings within our community are more apparent. The absence of a fair and balanced presentation by the media in this country has influenced the average person’s views leaving them vulnerable to pro-Palestinian propaganda and misinformation.

Pro-Palestinian activists are ACTIVE. We too must be seen and heard.

With the full support of the Israeli Embassy, the Zionist Federation and the Jewish Agency and the backing of the Merseyside Jewish Representative Council, LIST (Liverpool Israel Support Team) has been formed to promote such action.

We are working hard to ensure that Israel’s case is well represented in Liverpool, that we give an answer to anti-Israel publications and events and that a balance is achieved in the press and public arena.

We recognise the diversity within the Jewish Community and acknowledge we cannot speak as the sole voice of the community.

Our work involves:

· Media response – Defending Israel in the media.

· Liaising with organisations to educate and inform people in the community and beyond of the many positive things about Israel.

· Being proactive when necessary – taking a stand.

· Inspiring community members and students to start acting now and defend the only Jewish country in the world.

· Reinforcing Israel’s position as an integral part of our community.

· Offer support, advice and resources to any individual wishing to get actively involved in defending Israel.

To Educate the Jewish community as well as the wider community"


This small twitter group @merseysideFOI is followed by the Terrorist Embassy 


north west friends of israel is another Zionist front to spread its hatred and silent the Palestinians


Liverpool council pressured to cut G4S ties over Israel links


The Fact is an Israeli front propaganda tool

Taken from their website

"Guest Blogger Matthew Taylor Discusses the ongoing Palestinian rocket attacks on Israel

7 April 2010

Throughout the MyWar exhibition, FACT will be publishing guest blog posts from looking at war and politics in the media. Matthew Taylor is a "twentysomething lawyer with interests in arts, music, philosophy, politics, and sci/tech..."The western media rarely covers rocket attacks on Israel. This may in part be a function of their regularity - last month alone several dozen were fired from the Gaza Strip at targets in southern Israel - or a reflection of the fact that injuries are relatively rare.

Two weeks ago, Manee Singmueangphon had the misfortune to be that rare exception.

A Thai guest worker at Netiv Ha'asara, a moshav (agricultural co-operative) close to the northern edge of the Gaza Strip, the 34 year old husband and father was killed on 18 March by shrapnel from a Qassam rocket that hit the greenhouse he was standing outside.

Singmueangphon was the first casualty killed by Palestinian rocket attacks since Israel's invasion of the Gaza Strip in January 2009, but the rocket that killed him was far from the first: regular rocket and mortar attacks had resumed within days of the Israeli withdrawal.

Civilians paid a high price for that failed attempt to stop the attacks. Although the precise figures are disputed, all sides accept that at least a thousand Palestinians died in the 22 days of fighting, and Israel itself acknowledged that several hundred of these were civilians (by contrast, there were just 13 Israeli deaths - including four IDF soldiers killed in "friendly fire" incidents). To some extent, this may not be surprising - attacks are often launched from within civilian areas in Gaza.

Having failed to solve the problem militarily, Israel may yet alleviate it technologically. Since 2007, towns and cities around the Gaza Strip have Tzeva Adom ("Red Color"), a radar controlled public broadcast system that warns of incoming rockets. Although the warning is short - just 15 seconds in the town of Sderot - it provides time for people to seek shelter. Later this year, Israel will deploy "Iron Dome", a defensive missile system meant to intercept the rockets themselves.

Tonight, FACT is presenting "Emergency Routine", a series of short films about the impact of the 1991 Gulf War in Israel, as the country came under Scud missile attack. Many of the steps taken by civilians at the time remain all too familiar to those living near the Gaza Strip.

Their experience of the conflict may not be as violent and brutal as that of many Palestinian civilians, but people in southern Israel spend their lives under constant threat of rocket launches - and with frequent actual attacks.

The impact of this constant threat was explored in a short film by Yoav Shoam, named for the warning system, "Red Color", which looks at the way one Israeli primary school uses music and dance to help its children cope.

Music also plays a large part in filmmaker Laura Bialis' ongoing project "Sderot: Rock in the Red Zone", a look at life in the most targeted town in Israel through the eyes of some of its many rock musicians. You can see the trailer here. "