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    As you know that the whole world muslims are ganging together against Israel even in countries of Europe and America and people are keeping quite about it. Now it is time that we should start supporting Israeli action on Gaza against Hamas. Even the UN is keeping quite and our bastard government is also condemning the attacks....but we should take a different stance and support totally Israeli actions We can do this by following methods.

    1) Distribute small flags like tri colour distributed on republic day and independence day etc. small flags which can be pinned on pockets
    2) Putting israeli flags out side windows along with Hindu flags crossing each other showing solidarity
    3) The most cheap and effective method is wall paintings like political parties and the communists do to attract masses with email ID below.

    Guidelines for Wall painting

    Attached are Israeli and Hindu flags which can be drawn easily, use normal Chuna for white background and Blue and Saffron clour dyes can be got through paint and hardware stores easily and mixed with other part of Chuna. Both Flags can be drawn side by side with a Slogan following it. Or whatever way u feel good but both flags should be there. All slogans should be in Hindi with organisation name as "Jewish Hindu Brotherhoon" Below that you can mention your organisation as supported by "xyz". Deadline should be on eve of 26th January 2009 but the paintings can continue whenever u have chance. Slogans can be anything but do send me slogans before putting them on, no direct action against Muslims indirectly anything can be done. Slogans are as under

    1) Rajniti khi napunsakta dekho mumbai akraman khe 2 mahine baad bhi kuch nahi, Israel ne akraman kiya tho hungama...Israel akraman kha sampoorna samarthan.
    2) 3 saal mein hamas nee 40,000 rocket daage thab kohi kuch nahi bola....abh kya hua hai......Israel kha pura samarthan kijiye.
    3) Hamas, Fatah, Hizbullah, Lashar, Al qaeda, aur bhi anek saree Kashmiri hindu khi samasya hai....Israel kha samarthan karein
    4) Kuch Votes khe liye bik jate hain yeh, Atankwadion khe sanrakshak hai yeh, paison khe liye kuch bhi bech denge maa aur rashtra bhi...Rajnitik napunsakta see bahar aao Israel kha samarthan karo.

    And you can desing and advise on many more ideas, will have to have more sayings.

    DO NOT FORGET TO TAKE PHOTOGRAPHS OF EVERY PAINTING AND SEND IT ACROSS TO ME WITH LOCATION. THESE PHOTOS WILL ARRIVE FROM LOTS OF CITIES AND WILL BE SUBMITTED TO UNITED NATIONS.

    http://www.sanghparivar.org/campaign-support-israel

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    When will India come out of the closet and do the right thing in the UN and everywhere else?

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    Where the hell was Turkey when Jews were executed in Mumbai? Where the hell was UN and everyone else?
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    Israel mulls more CoE for agriculture in India

    June 09, 2010
    Farmers in Gujarat may have a reason to rejoice if Israel lends its expertise to the state in the form of an Indo-Israel Centre for Excellence (CoE) to promote research and development in agriculture sector. Israel and India, as part of their agriculture agreement in India, are planning to expand the CoEs to more states, a senior Israeli government official said here today.

    "We are planning to expand to two more states after Haryana and Maharashtra to set up CoEs and may also consider Gujarat for the same. Gujarat has a lot of cotton and onions. These centres function with the support of the government and we bring the experts to improve yield with help from local professionals," Orna Sagiv, Consul General, Consulate General of Israel said. A high-level delegation from Israel was on a state visit to facilitate innovative technology transfer to Indian counterparts in the agro processing sector here.
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    According to Sagiv, 35 per cent of Israel's total produce is exported, while 50 per cent of bilateral trade between India and Israel is for diamonds. "Israel exports about $1.3 billion worth of agricultural produce annually. If the Free Trade Agreement (FTA) between the two nations materialises, there will no longer be custom barriers and we will see more trade between the two countries," she said.
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    Israelis "shocked" by Bollywood film on Hitler

    Jerusalem, Jun 15 (PTI) Israelis are "shocked" by a Bollywood director's decision to make a film on Nazi dictator Adolf Hitler that will show how?the despot?loved India and how he indirectly contributed to its independence.?

    "I am a proud Indian and assert my Indian identity everywhere I go in Israel. I tell fellow Israelis that in my birthplace there was no anti-semitism. However, I am having to bow my heads in shame at this recent?ignorance shown by Bollywood, which is also very dear to us," Noah Massil, President of Central Organisation of Indian Jews in Israel (COIJI), told PTI.

    "All I know is that Hitler never supported India's independence. I will write to President Pratibha Patil and Prime Minister Manmohan Singh to intervene in order to prevent?bringing disrepute to our entertainment industry," said Massil,?a Jew born in India but later migrated to Israel.

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    Dear Noah Massil,

    Didn't you see this coming ? Our Bollywood Industry always show Muslims as peaceful or how they are mistreated by evil Hindus. If you have seen the recent Movies you will understand what i am trying to say.

    Let not forget, the places shown like Chabad House, Taj, Pune, etc. to 26/11 Terrorist David Headley (Gilani) was son of a famous Director.
    Our Secular Government did not arrest him because that would question our Secularism.
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    The dance numbers will be awesome.

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    ^ The lead actor (Anupam Kher) has decided not to work in the Film. Maybe some American Jewish from Hollywood called him and said it would be the end of his Hollywood Career if he acts in the film

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    Would look at hi-tech transfer in fast growing sectors: Mark Sofer, Ambassador of Israel to India
    30 Jun 2010,


    Mark Sofer, Ambassador of Israel to India, talks about Isreal's bilateral trade relation with India and the country's plans going forward, in an exclusive interview to ET Bureau. Excerpts:

    From news article:

    Q. What kind of technologies is Israel planning to bring to India?

    You know in Israel today, economy is entirely based on technology and technological innovations, in all fields of human activity from agriculture, medical, defence activities, mobile technologies. Here is clearly a marriage made in heaven between Israel and Bangalore and you feel it, wherever you go, there are Israeli companies that are active here. One company Elbit Imaging has set up headquarters here in Bangalore. They are working in three fields, setting up hospitals they have a 300 bed hospital, they are involved in real estate and agriculture using Israeli technologies. Let me give you an example of work in dairy farming and water technology. Israeli cows yield around 41-42 litres of milk in a day, it is a question of using systems and technology to double or triple the amount of milk you can get from a cow and these are the types of technologies which are being imported to India now , which will be very good indeed for the local farmers.Other technologies deal with irrigation systems, water usage and management and creation of new water sources.

    Q. What kind of collaborations do you see in the area of Aerospace and Defence and Home Land Security?

    The Phalcon early warning radar systems, which was an Israeli-Russian-Indian development went well. Homeland security is a serious issue which is affecting us today. In India you have been attacked , clearly there is a huge growing demand for HLS not only in India but through out the world. There are number of Israeli companies working here, there are number of private contracts with hotels and airports. The tourism industry is very important and is a very easy target for terrorists. We will be holding an international conference and exhibition towards the end of October, dedicated entirely to the safe city , everything that deals with HLS.


    Q. Do you see mergers and acquisitions between Indian and Israeli companies?

    It is not only the Tejas Networks that acquired an Israeli company.For example the biggest irrigation company in India, Jain Irrigation Systems has merged with an Israeli’s firm, NaanDan Irrigation Systems. It is going extremely well, they have tripled their out put.I see more such mergers, I tell you why, because this free trade agreement that we are working on , negotiations have already started, our trade will triple within four years. What Israeli companies are finding in the civilian fields and others, that they can work with Indian engineers at a very highest level, as they both are working on same wave length. For example the hospital we are working here, we don’t need to bring Israeli doctors, because Indian doctors know about these technologies.

    Q. What is the next big leap between India and Israel?

    If you examine the economic relationship between India and Israel, what has happened since 1990, we established diplomatic relations which is just 18 year old,it has grown from $180 million to about $4 billion. Don’t forget it also about employment. I don’t know any other countries which have built such a dynamic economic relationship in short period of time. My belief is that much of work between India and Israel in future will be in the field of economics, commercial trade, investment, joint ventures, joint development, scientific cooperation. All of it is going on, there will be government and private money. It will benefit India in terms of agriculture, water, medical technologies. Mutual admiration I think in each society for the other and free trade agreement will be the vehicle for achieving this aim.

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    An Olive Oil Experiment in India
    June 30 2010
    In India, Rajasthan is the location for the first experiment in olive cultivation. The company Rajasthan Olive Cultivation Ltd (ROCL) is a 3-way collaboration between the Rajasthan State Agriculture Board, Plastro Plasson of Pune and Indolive Ltd, all of which have equal shares. Plastro Plasson Industries (India) Ltd is a joint venture between Finolex Ltd of India and two Israeli companies and deals in micro-irrigation, while Indolive is an Israeli company which is partially funded by the Israeli government, which promotes techniques in agriculture.

    Lior Weintraub, a spokesman for the Israel embassy has said, “A project such as this, where a new kind of tree is being introduced in a water-scarce environment, hinges on the irrigation system used. So the olive project is as much about drip irrigation as it is about transforming Rajasthan into a major olive grower. The main reason the project was considered for Rajasthan was the similarities in climate and cultivation problems in the state and Israel. However, there are major differences in soil and other factors which will have to be addressed.”
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    India's Israeli-Arab tightrope walk

    JULY 21, 2010

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    "We do have a defence relationship with India, which is no secret. On the other hand, what is a secret is what is the defence relationship. And with all due respect, the secret part of it will remain secret." - Mark Sofer, Israel's ambassador to India, in a recent interview given to OutlookIndia.com.

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    Pro-Arab leanings

    Indian foreign policy in the early days after its independence was heavily pro-Arab, partly due to the fact that India has a huge Muslim population which empathised with the Arab world and viewed Israel with suspicion and distrust. But that was not the only reason.

    Almost a decade before independence, the father of the Indian freedom movement, Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi, had clearly articulated his position on the issue. In an editorial in the Harijan, a widely circulated Indian weekly, on November 11, 1938, Gandhi declared: "My sympathies are with the Jews ... but my sympathy does not blind me to the requirements of justice. The cry for the national home for the Jews does not make much appeal to me ... Why should they not, like other peoples of the earth, make that country their home where they are born and where they earn their livelihood? Surely it would be a crime against humanity to reduce the proud Arabs so that Palestine can be restored to the Jews partly or wholly as their national home."

    India's first prime minister, Jawaharlal Nehru, agreed. Nehru was among the founder members of the Non-Aligned Movement (NAM), along with Presidents Josip Broz Tito of Yugoslavia and Gamal Abdul Nasser of Egypt. This relationship with Nasser and other Arab members of the movement made it difficult for Nehru to align openly with Israel. Besides, while the NAM was an attempt to stay non-aligned during the Cold War, Israel was seen as too closely aligned with the US.

    Another reason for India's coldness towards Israel was that, after independence, a large number of Indian workers migrated to the Gulf. The money that they sent back to India formed a sizeable chunk of India's foreign exchange inflow.

    This foreign policy position laid out by Nehru and Gandhi was challenged, however, by opposition parties in India from both ends of the political spectrum; they consistently argued for better relations with Israel.

    Establishing relations

    Although formal relations between India and Israel were established only in 1992 during the tenure of Indian Prime Minister Narasimha Rao, informal relations in the areas of defence and intelligence had commenced long before that. It is interesting that Rao, who was prime minister from June 1991 to May 1996, also aggressively wooed Iran, a nation which did not recognise Israel's statehood, preferring to describe it, instead, as "the Zionist regime".

    India's historically hostile relations with Pakistan are often cited as a key reason for the India-Israel defence and intelligence link. But military aid from Israel (mostly in the form of artillery shells) was received by India even during the 1962 India-China border war, which ended only when the Chinese unilaterally withdrew to their pre-attack positions.

    Before Rao officially recognised Israel in 1992, Indian and Israeli intelligence officials often met surreptitiously in third countries, particularly after the India-Pakistan war of 1971.

    During that war, which led to the birth of Bangladesh from Pakistan's eastern wing, Israel again helped India with mortars and ammunition. One of the Indian heroes of that war was the then eastern command chief, General JFR Jacob - a Jew.

    Then, during the Kargil war of May-July 1999, when India attempted to repel Pakistani intruders who had taken up positions on the higher reaches of the Kargil mountains, Israel quickly sent Heron and Searcher unmanned aerial vehicles, or UAVs, to locate and identify the Pakistani-held positions. It also supplied ammunition for the Bofors field guns and night vision equipment, both of which played key roles in the conflict.


    Endorsing Palestinian cause

    Paradoxically, India also, simultaneously, endorsed and espoused the Palestinian cause.........
    In 1947, India voted against the partition of Palestine at the United Nations General Assembly. India was the first non-Arab state to recognise the PLO [Palestine Liberation Organisation] as sole and legitimate representative of the Palestinian people in 1974. India was one of the first countries to recognise the state of Palestine in 1988. In 1996, India opened its Representative Office to the Palestine Authority in Gaza. The office was moved to Ramallah in 2003
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    An 'unwritten axis'

    Over the years, however, the India-Israel relationship has burgeoned into a situation where Israel is poised to become the largest defence supplier to India, a position currently held by Russia. Israel also trains Indian special forces, which are then deployed in the troubled region of Kashmir and in India's north-east areas.

    Apart from strategic and military interactions between the two nations, Israeli sensors and satellites are used extensively to monitor the Kashmir border to detect infiltration by insurgents from Kashmir and Pakistan.
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    While officially tight-lipped over nuclear cooperation, the two states clearly share deep concerns about the possibility of nuclear proliferation by Pakistan, as well as Iran's nuclear ambitions.

    In September 2003, during the visit to India by Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon (the first such visit by an Israeli prime minister), his deputy (now late) Yosef Lapid told journalists that an "unwritten, abstract" axis had been created between Israel, India and the US. While there was no "formal triangular agreement ... there is mutual interest of the three countries in making the world a more secure place for all of us. There is American support for development of this unwritten axis," Lapid told reporters in New Delhi. Therefore, "in the abstract sense, we are creating such an axis".
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    'Enlightened self-interest'
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    India - and Israel - have taken pains to spell out that this relationship is not at the expense of India's relations with the Arab states. Indian diplomats and politicians keep pointing to the fact that India has publicly condemned Operation Cast Lead, Israel's name for the blistering three-week long attack on the Gaza Strip in late 2008-early 2009.

    India also joined in the international condemnation of the May 31, 2010 pre-dawn Israeli attack on the Turkish Ship Mavi Marmara, which led the "Gaza Freedom flotilla" carrying humanitarian aid for the people of the blockaded Gaza Strip. Nine people were killed in the attack by Israeli commandos.


    But while successive governments in New Delhi have been quietly trying to maintain and develop India's relationship with Israel without overly antagonising the Arab world, there are times when the stress shows. Take, for instance, the article written by recently-removed minister of state for external affairs, Shashi Tharoor, in January 2009. Tharoor was India's candidate for the UN secretary general's post in 2006. He quit after losing to Ban Ki-moon, and joined Indian politics. The syndicated column, distributed worldwide, was run by Israel's Haaretz newspaper with the title: "India's Israel Envy". The article, which coincided with Israel's operation Cast Lead, caused an uproar, both domestically and internationally.

    During his election campaign in March 2009, the opposition used the article to imply that Tharoor endorsed the Israeli military operation in Gaza. Earlier, several Arab diplomats in New Delhi also voiced their concern, asking whether Tharoor's article reflected the ruling Congress Party's position on Israel.

    Tharoor was subsequently forced to write another article defending himself, and clarifying that he had not endorsed Israel's military campaign in Gaza, and pointing to what he regarded as his long and consistent pro-Palestinian stand during his stint at the United Nations.




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    http://www.strategypage.com/htmw/hte.../20100724.aspx

    July 24, 2010: India wants to buy two more Phalcon AWACS systems. In the last 18 months, India has received two of the three Phalcon AWACS (Air Warning And Control System) systems it had on order, and the last one will arrive by the end of the year. Russia supplies the modified Il-76 aircraft, and Israel the radar and control system. AWACS, pioneered by the U.S., have proved to be a crucial element in winning air superiority, and more efficient use of air power. India ordered the three IL-76 AWACS, for $367 million each (radar, aircraft and other electronics) in 2004. Now India is looking for two more Phalcon AWACS, to provide better warning of nuclear missile attack from Pakistan, or China. India is open to offers from other aircraft manufacturers, as it was not happy with Russia and the Il-76. Israel uses Boeing 707s, which are no longer manufactured. But Israel will install Phalcon in a Boeing 707 or 767, an AirBus or even a Gulfstream 550 business jet. India is also developing a locally developed AWACS, using three smaller Embraer 145 jets bought from Brazil and a less capable (than Phalcon), and cheaper radar/control systems obtained from Indian suppliers.

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    India, Israel plan chip innovation fund

    BANGALORE, India -- An Indian-Israeli innovation fund with an initial investment of about $2.2 million will underwrite research and development among semiconductor companies.
    The fund was created by the state government of Karnataka in southern India along with the Israeli Industry Center for Research and Development. Also known as Matimop, the Israeli government agency promotes international R&D programs between Israeli and foreign firms.

    Matimop will run the joint program, and the Karnataka government is expected to increase funding for the semiconductor initiative, said Ashok Kumar Manoli, the state’s principal secretary for information technology.
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    Ratan Tata selected 'Businessman of the decade'

    “I see tremendous opportunities that existed between India and Israel, opportunities in area of agriculture, but certainly in high technology and science. I think there is an enormous opportunity,” said Mr. Tata.

    He added that Israel is a creative country Israeli brains and creativity can be used to manufacture products in India, as it is very close to Israel, and export this to the rest of the world.


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    India 2nd largest export destination for Israel


    As per the figures provided by the Israel's Export and International Cooperation Institute, India jumped from the eighth position to the second favoured destination for Israeli exports in the first half of 2010, daily 'Ha'aretz' reported.

    Israeli exports to India in the first half of this year equalled USD 990 million, an increase of 102 per cent compared to that in the same period last year.

    The reason for this sharp jump was a 63?per cent leap in exports by?Israel's mining, minerals and quarrying sector, which exported USD 228 million worth of products, mainly fertilizers, to the sub-continent.
    One of the biggest exporters to India in this sector?was Dead Sea Works, a subsidiary of Israel Chemicals.
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    The English language website for the Export and International Cooperation Institute:

    http://www.export.gov.il/Eng/
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