Tuesday, April 22, 2008

Serving Two Flags

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The federal government indicated a New Jersey engineer today for disclosing classified defense information to Israel.

This information included data on nuclear weapons, F-15 fighter jets, and the US Patriot missle air defense system.

Ben-Ami Kadish, a mechanical engineer, spied for Israel and provided restricted national security information to the Consul for Science Affairs at the Israeli Consulate General in New York.

Read more at:


President Bush and others in the US government have often been accused of serving two flags. Some suggest that America's foreign policy, especially as it relates to Israel, is the cause for anti-American sentiment in many parts of the world. $10+ is given to Israel daily by US taxpayers. America vigorously defends Israel against countries like Iran. Just a few examples. There is no doubt that if any country or group attacked or threatened Israel, America would be right there to help defend Israel.

So, why do these people have to steal from us?


أبو سنان said...

Another example of how Israel does not know how to treat it's "friends".

As the saying goes, with friends like this, why does the USA need enemies?

The Israelis have consistantly stole our secrets and on several occassions sold our military secret and hardware to our enemies.

It is time for us to reassessour relationship with Israel because of these actions.

Jules UmmEmJoey said...

Asalaam Alaikum Sister,

I finally made it over here to your blog, lol.

I am currently reading "Palestine: Peace Not Apartheid" by President Carter. It is a very good book. And speaks a great deal about the absurd relationship between the US and Israel. It doesn't make any sense to have the foreign policy that we have with them. It doesn't help us, and it doesn't really help them either.

Just curious, it the book on the right side of your blog translated into English, or is it only available in Arabic?



Safiyyah said...

Wa Alaikum As Salaam Sis:

Well, Aeryn! Welcome!

Memory in the Flesh is translated into English. It's available on Amazon. Very beautiful writing and good translation style but the story is melancholy so far. However, the author does "paint" with words, even in translation! It is my goal, Insha Allah, to be able to write like that. When I finish the book, I'll let you know if it's worth buying. Otherwise, I can send it to you!

iMuslimah said...

Assalamu alaykum sister ;)

Thanks for frequenting my blog!

It is a jagged little pill, the whole US-Israeli relationship, and I wish I had a deeper, more in depth understanding of it.

Now, as you have pointed out Ben-Ami Kadish provided insider info to Israel. I wonder what the legal/criminal consequences will be, if any. I cant help but wonder why he did that, and I also cant help but wonder what the ramifications would be if he was muslim.

Interesting post.


Safiyyah said...

Salaams Abu Sinan:

Right! Did you dig the last two paragraphs of the article?

"We will be informing the Israelis of this action," State Department spokesman Tom Casey said...
Twenty-plus years ago during the Pollard case we noted that this was not the kind of behavior we would expect from friends and allies and that would remain the case today."

Oh yeah, like that will really deter them, lol!!!!

Avi said...

Safiyyah, where is all this self-loathing coming from? No matter how hard you try, you are still a Jew. Please come home.

Miss Muslimah said...

lol @ the last comment...

you always have some really interesting topics on here...

Avi said...

Saffiyah, I've written a new post at moshiach-truth.blogspot.com with you in mind. Please check it out and share with me your thoughts.

Safiyyah said...

Salaam and Shaalom:

Below is a response I left at Bar Kochba's blog, post as below:


Shalom BK:

This is a beautiful post.

G-d has many names. In Islam, we believe that He has at least 99 of them that we know of. The name "Allah" is not the name of a G-d different than Who the Jews believe in. He is the same One! Without partners, the One who needs no one but we need Him. The One who has no children. "Allah" is simply His name is the Arabic language. The One G-d!!!

Ah, praise G-d for the Shema! In Islam and the Arabic language, it is: La ilaha illa Allah.

Same thing, brother. A declaration of the Oneness of Him.

Have a safe trip; I would love to go to Poland some day. My family is from there. Take pictures and post them, OK!


Avi said...

Safiyyah, I am glad that you like the post and am very happy that you responded. I am hoping that we can be friends although we stand at the opposite sides of the political and religious spectrum.

We certainly worship the same G-d but I wonder why you choose to express your belief in Him in a faith other than Judaism. In the Torah, Allah promised that the Seed of Israel would never cease to be a nation before Him. Therefore, it is impossible that Allah should desire that all Jews convert to Islam as the Jewish nation as a whole would cease.

"Return, O backsliding children," says the Lord, "for I am married to you. I will take you, one from a city and two from a family, and I will bring you to Zion." (Jeremiah 3:14)

Israel is eternal and we are G-d's witnesses to His Unity and Uniqueness.

Anonymous said...

Bar Kochba,

I think you would be better suited to reach out to Jews who have no belief in Hashem in the first place, rather than to those Jews who bow in prayer, do mitzvot, and worship Hashem/Allah fervently.

You and I both know the type of Jews I am referring to.

BTW, are you a Lubavitcher? I have yet to check your website.

And another thing, not all Jews who convert to Islam hate Judaism. That is a huge misconception.

Maybe you should check into Islam, so you know a little more about us before you speak.

Rambam said that a Jew who converts to Islam does not need to re-convert to rejoin Judaism, so how can you say that you and Safiyyah are on "opposing" ends of the religious spectrum? Even Rambam knew that was a false notion.

You come across as concerned, but I also sense some insecurity on your part.

Relax Bro....

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