Wednesday, July 16, 2008

Our story begins with one, Richard David Hupper, who was already serving time for passport fraud -- looks like he tried to get a new passport under a false name in order to get back into Israel after he was banned for his activities with the International Solidarity Movement -- then they dragged him out of his cell and charged him with "giving about $20,000 to a group he knew supported Hamas.": Local man aided Hamas

A York County native who traveled to the war-torn Middle East to work with Palestinians will be sentenced in federal court this month for aiding a terrorist organization.

Richard David Hupper, 32, was charged with giving about $20,000 to a group he knew supported Hamas, the Palestinian military and political organization, according to court documents and his defense lawyer.

It is a crime to give money to Hamas, or to groups that support it, because it is considered a terrorist organization by the U.S. government. Hupper pleaded guilty in May.

The Leader Heights, York Township, native likely will be sentenced to about five years, his lawyer said.

Hupper's defense attorney, Neal R. Lewis, a Reading native who works in Florida, said the charges stem from Hupper's donations to a nonprofit agency that, in turn, supports Hamas.

He saw his mission as a humanitarian cause and wanted his donations to support the families of Palestinians who had been detained or killed, Lewis said...

...The charges against Hupper came more than a year after he pleaded guilty to attempting to obtain a passport using false information, a case that is related to his work with the Palestinians, Lewis said.

Hupper had been in Israel working with Palestinians, but the Israeli government kicked him out.

He wanted to go back, so he tried to get a passport using someone else's name, Social Security number and a forged birth certificate, and he was arrested, according to court documents...

...Hupper, who last lived in York County about six years ago, decided to involve himself in the conflict between Palestinians and Israelis while he was in Alabama working as a machinist, Lewis said.

While in Alabama, Hupper was injured at work, and he spent much of his time off watching TV, including international news, Lewis said. Hupper decided he wanted to travel to the Gaza Strip with the goal to help the Palestinian people...

...Hupper traveled to Israel, where he actively worked with a non-governmental agency to aid Palestinians impacted by the Middle East conflict, Lewis said. He was eventually ordered to leave Israel and returned to Florida after a stop in Jordan.

After spending some time in Florida, he decided he wanted to return to his work with Palestinians, and that's when he applied for the passport with false information.

Prosecutors agreed to recommend a light sentence on the passport charges, according to court documents. Hupper, who is in a Miami federal prison, was sentenced to serve a total of 24 months for those charges. His release date is set for November.

With the latest charges, Hupper faces more time in prison -- a maximum of 15 years -- and $250,000 in fines. But because he has admitted to his crime and pleaded guilty, it's likely he will be sentenced to about five years, Lewis said.

Unemployed machinist donates $20k to group working with Hamas...OK... But who are the non-profit and the NGO mentioned in the article? Who was he working with? Well that's where the International Solidarity Movement comes in.

You remember Paul Larudee, the "piano tuner"...oh, and also big-wig with the ISM? (He was also, BTW, one of the last people to speak [see Larudee comment] to Riad Hamad before his suicide.) Well he provides more information, courtesy of an exchange over an ISM email list. Looks like the ISM itself plays in here, and may be either an unindicted co-conspirator in the case, or -- dare we hope -- perhaps something more.


Attached is a proposed letter to send to mailing lists, which can also be adapted for email lists. It refers to information coming out of a case reported in the Leader Heights Daily Record, shown at the end of this message. Tom Nelson, the lawyer for ISM-Northern California and the Free Gaza Movement, has managed to get some additional info, including the fact that ISM is the "nonprofit agency" referenced in the article, and that at least one individual in ISM-Palestine has been named.

ISM-Palestine is doing its own research on this, and it is best if we do not ask them to report back to us until they are ready. It seems that the convicted individual, Richard David Hupper, may have joined ISM as a volunteer and been later asked to leave because his actions were inconsistent with ISM principles, but even that is uncertain. Nevertheless, it seems likely that the U.S. is considering action against ISM, probably with Israeli prodding.

The Free Gaza Movement suspects that this is the latest in a series of attempts (the fifth, to be precise) to thwart and discredit its project to send boats to Gaza. The objective would be to time the placement of ISM on the terrorism sponsor list at the time the boats sail, in order to discredit the effort. [As if the US government would take such a step just to stop their idiotic boats. -S]

Tom suggests that a good way for us to deal with this in the U.S. is to mobilize public pressure on Congress. Hence the attached letter, which has been drafted by him, Greta Berlin and myself. ISM-Northern California is having a Newsletter mailing session Wednesday evening, so I suggest we try to complete discussion of this in time to be able to send out the letters at that session.

List member Patrick Connors didn't think it was a good idea to talk about this:

...I really strongly request that none of this information not be shared any further at this point - the article, this draft letter, etc. - on listservs or with anyone else. And I think it was not a good idea for Paul to have sent this email. Sharing this information on lists about this sensitive information contradicts previous email discussions about holding off until we have more info, and I am troubled to see that people have taken unilateral actions on this nonetheless.

Again, people are gathering information on this at this point, and I request that everyone hold off on any actions or even on emailing on this sensitive topic, especially to email lists, until more information is collected...

Oops. Larudee disagrees:

This is not a unilateral action and in fact it's not an action at all. It's a proposal for action, which is being presented for consensus. Except for two items of information, it is all in the public domain, i.e. published in a newspaper. The remaining two items are that ISM was named, which is essential information that is likely to soon be public anyway, because it was given to me by a reporter, and that a person was named, which is about as vague as it is possible to get...

He clearly thinks ISM is at risk of being put on the terror sponsor list:

...we do not have the kind of information needed to refute allegations, so we shouldn't try to. However, we definitely want to have the opportunity to refute allegations before ISM is designated a terrorism sponsor, not after, and that is what the proposed letter and the campaign is intended to accomplish. All it asks is for ISM to be permitted to remain off the list until an investigation includes ISM testimony, which would include the kind of information that Pat wants to have. There's nothing controversial about this request, and our experience with members of Congress in the Bay Area is that they will not have a problem asking for this...

I frankly think it's a bit much to hope for, but you never know. Here is a PDF copy of the letter they circulated, note that the file name is theirs: ISM in grave danger.pdf

We await further developments. I have always felt that a case could be made for naming ISM as a terror sponsoring group, or whatever the legal term of art is, but questioned whether anyone in government felt it was worth bothering with. Hopefully, if it happens, they'll have all of their evidentiary ducks well in a row. Stay tuned.

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It is ridiculous to try to make any connection between ISM and Hamas. More desperation on the part of zionazis whose aim is to silence any criticism of Israeli terrorism in Palestine.

ISM is a movement that demands all participants be committed to non-violence; ISM has no interest in making contact with Hamas, and vice-versa.

Is this the same Stella Westwell of Guelph, Ontario, who refers to Hamas' kassams as "innocuous home made rockets" fired by "Palestinian freedom fighters"?

ISM, Islamofascist Solidarity Movement, ardent supporters of the koranazi, koranimals of PaleSWINE.

Stella, you are full of crap. It is a known fact that the ISM indeed is in favor of terrorism against Israelis and does aid and abet hamas and other palestinian terror groups and supports the destruction of Israel.

Huwaida Arraf, co-founder of the ISM, during the Geogetown Conference wrote the washington Post and admitted the ISM works in close cooperation with HAMAM, PALESTINIAN ISLAMIC JIHAD and te he PFLP. Paul LaRudee of Norcal ISM was caught trying to enter Israel under a false ID and passport to aid Hamas and was deported. He later went to Lebanon to work with Hiz allah. The ISM is a terrorist support group whose US leaders should be jailed--period.

May be Stella is part of ISM.... otherwise she's got NO brains, as simple as that !!
Stella inform yourself of factual INFO

Normally, I wouldn't answer any of these putz comments about the ISM, a movement of dedicated people who daily put themselves in front of Israeli thugs, illegal settlers, and twitchy military goons with guns. But, as usual, Solomonia, gets it wrong.

I live in this racist state of Israel. I see every Friday what the military assholes do in towns like Bil'in and Nil'in. The ISM along with groups like CPT, Anarchists against the Wall, many Israeli peace groups, and Palestinian human rights watchers, come to protect an occupied people from death, maiming and destruction.

The ISM has been nominated twice for a Nobel Peace Prize, something that Daniel Pipes, and the right-wing yammering idiots on this blog can hardly aspire to. Israel is an Apartheid State, worse than South Africa. The ISM is there to bear witness, because Israel REFUSES to allow UN Peacekeepers in to monitor our behaviour. Israel murdered the UN watcher, Ian Hook, in Jenin. Israel is guilty of war crimes that far surpass the ones from the US.

Why do I stay? Because it will be up to young people like me to make a change. We want a peaceful, one-state solution for all of the people here, not some 'white, racist, supremacy that looks to the KKK for advice.

You go ISM. You have done more for peace than anyone writing here, that's for sure.

Anna Balzac .... get a life
If You Hate Israel sooo much may be you want to move to Gaza .... live with Hamas .... They are your type
Anna .... did you read the crap before you posted same ???
I bet Your name isn't Balzac ..... don't dishonor Balzac... Anna .... You are a fake and phony
What's really your name ????
Is your name a Muslima Name ... or by chance are You from the Palestinian Branch of the ISM

I am a Member of "Funding for Peace Coalition" [FPC]

Read our details woman .... and wake up
Stop pretending and posting False Propaganda

Sorry Gabrielle. I could say the same thing about you. Is that your real name, or are you pretending to be related to Barry Goldwater? You're an idiot if you think that anything you post that is written by Zionists is either true or factual.

Why don't you go read something by, say, Ilan Pappe, or Jimmy Carter or even Benny Morris. Any of them are more honest than your nonsense. My ancestors would be proud of me. They were anarchists just like many of us are.

Being a patriot means you question your government, not agree to their lunatic policies. Shmuck

Gideon Levy: 'Worse than apartheid'
July 10, 2008

I thought they would feel right at home in the alleys of Balata refugee camp, the Casbah and the Hawara checkpoint. But they said there is no comparison: for them the Israeli occupation regime is worse than anything they knew under apartheid. This week, 21 human rights activists from South Africa visited Israel. Among them were members of Nelson Mandela's African National Congress; at least one of them took part in the armed struggle and at least two were jailed. There were two South African Supreme Court judges, a former deputy minister, members of Parliament, attorneys, writers and journalists. Blacks and whites, about half of them Jews who today are in conflict with attitudes of the conservative Jewish community in their country. Some of them have been here before; for others it was their first visit.

For five days they paid an unconventional visit to Israel - without Sderot, the IDF and the Foreign Ministry (but with Yad Vashem, the Holocaust Memorial and a meeting with Supreme Court President Justice Dorit Beinisch. They spent most of their time in the occupied areas, where hardly any official guests go - places that are also shunned by most Israelis.

On Monday they visited Nablus, the most imprisoned city in the West Bank. From Hawara to the Casbah, from the Casbah to Balata, from Joseph's Tomb to the monastery of Jacob's Well. They traveled from Jerusalem to Nablus via Highway 60, observing the imprisoned villages that have no access to the main road, and seeing the "roads for the natives," which pass under the main road. They saw and said nothing. There were no separate roads under apartheid. They went through the Hawara checkpoint mutely: they never had such barriers.

Jody Kollapen, who was head of Lawyers for Human Rights in the apartheid regime, watches silently. He sees the "carousel" into which masses of people are jammed on their way to work, visit family or go to the hospital. Israeli peace activist Neta Golan, who lived for several years in the besieged city, explains that only 1 percent of the inhabitants are allowed to leave the city by car, and they are suspected of being collaborators with Israel. Nozizwe Madlala-Routledge, a former deputy minister of defense and of health and a current member of Parliament, a revered figure in her country, notices a sick person being taken through on a stretcher and is shocked. "To deprive people of humane medical care? You know, people die because of that," she says in a muted voice.

The tour guides - Palestinian activists - explain that Nablus is closed off by six checkpoints. Until 2005, one of them was open. "The checkpoints are supposedly for security purposes, but anyone who wants to perpetrate an attack can pay NIS 10 for a taxi and travel by bypass roads, or walk through the hills.

The real purpose is to make life hard for the inhabitants. The civilian population suffers," says Said Abu Hijla, a lecturer at Al-Najah University in the city.

In the bus I get acquainted with my two neighbors: Andrew Feinstein, a son of Holocaust survivors who is married to a Muslim woman from Bangladesh and served six years as an MP for the ANC; and Nathan Gefen, who has a male Muslim partner and was a member of the right-wing Betar movement in his youth. Gefen is active on the Committee against AIDS in his AIDS-ravaged country.

"Look left and right," the guide says through a loudspeaker, "on the top of every hill, on Gerizim and Ebal, is an Israeli army outpost that is watching us." Here are bullet holes in the wall of a school, there is Joseph's Tomb, guarded by a group of armed Palestinian policemen. Here there was a checkpoint, and this is where a woman passerby was shot to death two years ago. The government building that used to be here was bombed and destroyed by F-16 warplanes. A thousand residents of Nablus were killed in the second intifada, 90 of them in Operation Defensive Shield - more than in Jenin. Two weeks ago, on the day the Gaza Strip truce came into effect, Israel carried out its last two assassinations here for the time being. Last night the soldiers entered again and arrested people.

It has been a long time since tourists visited here. There is something new: the numberless memorial posters that were pasted to the walls to commemorate the fallen have been replaced by marble monuments and metal plaques in every corner of the Casbah.

"Don't throw paper into the toilet bowl, because we have a water shortage," the guests are told in the offices of the Casbah Popular Committee, located high in a spectacular old stone building. The former deputy minister takes a seat at the head of the table. Behind her are portraits of Yasser Arafat, Abu Jihad and Marwan Barghouti - the jailed Tanzim leader. Representatives of the Casbah residents describe the ordeals they face. Ninety percent of the children in the ancient neighborhood suffer from anemia and malnutrition, the economic situation is dire, the nightly incursions are continuing, and some of the inhabitants are not allowed to leave the city at all. We go out for a tour on the trail of devastation wrought by the IDF over the years.

Edwin Cameron, a judge on the Supreme Court of Appeal, tells his hosts: "We came here lacking in knowledge and are thirsty to know. We are shocked by what we have seen until now. It is very clear to us that the situation here is intolerable." A poster pasted on an outside wall has a photograph of a man who spent 34 years in an Israeli prison. Mandela was incarcerated seven years less than that. One of the Jewish members of the delegation is prepared to say, though not for attribution, that the comparison with apartheid is very relevant and that the Israelis are even more efficient in implementing the separation-of-races regime than the South Africans were. If he were to say this publicly, he would be attacked by the members of the Jewish community, he says.

Under a fig tree in the center of the Casbah one of the Palestinian activists explains: "The Israeli soldiers are cowards. That is why they created routes of movement with bulldozers. In doing so they killed three generations of one family, the Shubi family, with the bulldozers." Here is the stone monument to the family - grandfather, two aunts, mother and two children. The words "We will never forget, we will never forgive" are engraved on the stone.

No less beautiful than the famed Paris cemetery of Pere-Lachaise, the central cemetery of Nablus rests in the shadow of a large grove of pine trees. Among the hundreds of headstones, those of the intifada victims stand out. Here is the fresh grave of a boy who was killed a few weeks ago at the Hawara checkpoint. The South Africans walk quietly between the graves, pausing at the grave of the mother of our guide, Abu Hijla. She was shot 15 times. "We promise you we will not surrender," her children wrote on the headstone of the woman who was known as "mother of the poor."

Lunch is in a hotel in the city, and Madlala-Routledge speaks. "It is hard for me to describe what I am feeling. What I see here is worse than what we experienced. But I am encouraged to find that there are courageous people here. We want to support you in your struggle, by every possible means. There are quite a few Jews in our delegation, and we are very proud that they are the ones who brought us here. They are demonstrating their commitment to support you. In our country we were able to unite all the forces behind one struggle, and there were courageous whites, including Jews, who joined the struggle. I hope we will see more Israeli Jews joining your struggle."

She was deputy defense minister from 1999 to 2004; in 1987 she served time in prison. Later, I asked her in what ways the situation here is worse than apartheid. "The absolute control of people's lives, the lack of freedom of movement, the army presence everywhere, the total separation and the extensive destruction we saw."

Madlala-Routledge thinks that the struggle against the occupation is not succeeding here because of U.S. support for Israel - not the case with apartheid, which international sanctions helped destroy. Here, the racist ideology is also reinforced by religion, which was not the case in South Africa. "Talk about the 'promised land' and the 'chosen people' adds a religious dimension to racism which we did not have."

Equally harsh are the remarks of the editor-in-chief of the Sunday Times of South Africa, Mondli Makhanya, 38. "When you observe from afar you know that things are bad, but you do not know how bad. Nothing can prepare you for the evil we have seen here. In a certain sense, it is worse, worse, worse than everything we endured. The level of the apartheid, the racism and the brutality are worse than the worst period of apartheid.

"The apartheid regime viewed the blacks as inferior; I do not think the Israelis see the Palestinians as human beings at all. How can a human brain engineer this total separation, the separate roads, the checkpoints? What we went through was terrible, terrible, terrible - and yet there is no comparison. Here it is more terrible. We also knew that it would end one day; here there is no end in sight. The end of the tunnel is blacker than black.

"Under apartheid, whites and blacks met in certain places. The Israelis and the Palestinians do not meet any longer at all. The separation is total. It seems to me that the Israelis would like the Palestinians to disappear. There was never anything like that in our case. The whites did not want the blacks to disappear. I saw the settlers in Silwan [in East Jerusalem] - people who want to expel other people from their place."

Afterward we walk silently through the alleys of Balata, the largest refugee camp in the West Bank, a place that was designated 60 years ago to be a temporary haven for 5,000 refugees and is now inhabited by 26,000. In the dark alleys, which are about the width of a thin person, an oppressive silence prevailed. Everyone was immersed in his thoughts, and only the voice of the muezzin broke the stillness.

Jewish Peace News editors:
Joel Beinin
Racheli Gai
Rela Mazali
Sarah Anne Minkin
Judith Norman
Lincoln Shlensky
Rebecca Vilkomerson
Alistair Welchman

Anna Balzac and Anne Hughes,

please show us where the ISM

or any other "peace group"

has ever protested hamas or hezbullah rocket attacks on Israel,

or invaded palestinian rocket factories,

or protested palestinian rocket crews about to attack Israel,

or protested the racist, nazi demonization of Jews in palestinian childrens programs, as documented on this blog?

I suspect you will be unable to do so and will continue to stir your pot singing your favorite ditty,

Double, double toil and trouble;
Fire burn, and caldron bubble.

I have Bell's Palsy and enjoy your blog very much. First time I've commented, but have been reading here and there.
Great blog. I enjoy reading it every chance I get and value your opinions!

I address once more
#9 Anna Balzac at: July 18, 2008 7

Which said following.....
Sorry Gabrielle. I could say the same thing about you. Is that your real name, or are you pretending to be related to Barry Goldwater? You're an idiot if you think that anything you post that is written by Zionists is either true or factual.

Why don't you go read something by, say, Ilan Pappe, or Jimmy Carter or even Benny Morris. Any of them are more honest than your nonsense. My ancestors would be proud of me. They were anarchists just like many of us are.

Being a patriot means you question your government, not agree to their lunatic policies. Shmuck

#9 Anna Balzac at: July 18, 2008 7

Now First.... Anna .... you cannot say the same about ME .... Gabrielle Goldwater .... since you have my signature ..... and know who I am .... just Google me .....

Contrary though..... Anna so called Balzac .... shows nothing who she is .... not by Googling either .... no real signature ....

A wanna be ... Israel hater only

Then Illan Pappe ..... you mention...
Anna that's a real bummer .... come with something that is worth reading

Lets get FACTS about this Self Hating Jew

Pappe, Ilan Israeli academic employed by the University of Haifa, Illan Pappe, recently published a book "A History of Modern Palestine: One Land, Two Peoples".

The dedication at the front of the book is to Pappe's two sons as reads follows:
"Ido and Yonatan, my two lovely boys. May they live not only in a modern Palestine, but also in a peaceful one".

I wonder how Pappe's apologists will explain the use of the term "Palestine" instead of "Israel"?

Here is an Israeli academic, employed by an Israeli university, wishing the demise of Israel and its replacement by Palestine.

If this is not a treasonous position, what is?

Other comments by this Judenrat include "I want people to boycott Israeli institutes.. .I think the de-Zionization of Israel is a pre-condition for peace."

In other words, first he wants to starve Israel economically and then rip the Jewish nationalism out of Israel. Click Here

and Here

for more on this traitor or Here
for a "Popeye Pappe" sing-along!

So Anna ..... get a Life ... Real and explain who you really are .....

Anna should read Hirsi Ali and Wafa Sultan to learn about Islam from those who suffer under its yoke.

But Anna won't because it would upset her house of cards world view.

Eddie, do you expect anybody to take you seriously. You're like a caricature with these types of comments.


Tell it to "stella westwell" of post #1, defender of koranazis.

The fact that refugee camps remain after 60 + years is really appalling but I don't think Israel can be blamed for this.

There are several such "camps" in Lebanon, Syria and Jordan as well as in Gaza and the West Bank. Palestinians are not treated at all as equals by other Arabs. Conditions are indeed poor however attempts to improve the camps have been refused.

There's a lot of history about this so I think if people are trying to make a point about Israel being an "apartheid state" based on the existence of the camps one should also include all the neighboring Arab nations plus Libya, Iraq and Kuwait as well as those which won't grant citizenship to Palestinians, and possibly the UN, which collects and administers a huge amount of money for people who wouldn't be considered refugees at all if they weren't "Palestinians." Refugee status isn't inherited otherwise.

I think the OTT slanders of Israel should be tempered by some reading.

Eddie - David is right. Because people call us names we don't have to bite and sound as bad as they do with their "zionazi" bull****.

Sophia, how is your "Peace Quilt" coming along? Has David or any other Islamofascist Solidarity Morons been swayed by it?

"Syme: It's a beautiful thing, the destruction of words. You wouldn't have seen the [Newspeak] Dictionary 10th edition, would you Smith? It's that thick. [illustrates thickness with fingers] The 11th Edition will be that [narrows fingers] thick. Winston Smith: So, The Revolution will be complete when the language is perfect? Syme: The secret is to move from translation, to direct thought, to automatic response. No need for self-discipline. Language coming from here [the larynx], not from here [the brain]" -1984 (film)


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