Iran Sponsored Global March to Jerusalem Launches Website

By Joel Leyden
Israel News Agency

Jerusalem, Israel --- March 29, 2012 .... Organizers of the pro-Palestinian Global March to Jerusalem have launched a Website at

The Palestinian organizers, who say that they comprise of a coalition of Palestinian, Arab and international activists, state that the purpose of the Global March to Jerusalem is to end the Zionist policies of apartheid, ethnic cleansing and Judaisation.

The Global March to Jerusalem organizers state that this PR event is a non-violent civil resistance exercise that will take place on March 30, 2012 in Palestine and the four neighboring countries: Egypt, Lebanon Jordan and Syria.

It should be noted that Jerusalem was never mentioned in the Islamic Koran, that Jerusalem was never ruled by "Palestinians".

That the City of Jerusalem is noted in the Jewish Book of Genesis 14:18, which mentions a city called Salem, which most commentators believe refers to Jerusalem, ruled by King Melchizedek, whose name means "my king is zedek", where Zedek is believed to refer either to the Canaanite deity Sydyk or the word righteous. That Jerusalem was founded by Abraham's forefathers Shem and Eber. According to the Bible, the Israelite history of the city began in c.1000 BCE, many centuries before the advent of Islam, with King David's building of Jerusalem and the First Jewish Temple following which Jerusalem became the City of David and capital of the United Kingdom of Israel.

The Israel News Agency has learned that the real organizers have been identified as the Iran government which has paid hundreds of activists to illegally cross the international recognized borders of Israel. That Iran is using this PR stunt to deflect the media away from their production of nuclear weapons and away from Syria government's brutal murder of thousands of it's own citizens.

That major disputes have developed between leading, mostly Palestinian protest organizers in the West Bank and Israel's neighboring Arab countries, and other "activists" who either live in Iran and Syria and belong to Hezbollah.

The disagreements between the organizers and the outside activists began after a team of pro-Palestinian activists from East Asia and some Arab countries promoting the Global March to Jerusalem traveled to Iran. They had meetings with a senior Iranian adviser to the country’s Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei. Iran promised financial and logistical support for the protest, which was not widely welcomed by the organizers of the protest, who want to refine their protest message and avoid a physical confrontation with the Israeli forces. Those in Iran want Palestinian activists to "sacrifice" themselves for Islamic Jihad (Holy War against Jews and Christians), to cross the Israel border and kill or injure Israeli troops. Iran has promised thousands of dollars to those activists who violently attack Israel soldiers or citizens.

The Israel Defense Forces (IDF) have said they are "prepared for any eventuality and will do whatever is necessary to protect Israel borders and residents."

Israel has also issued a stern warning to Arab countries and Palestinians to refrain from approaching the border. IDF soldiers along the border have been instructed to be on high alert and they will be prepared with crowd-dispersal equipment. A so-called "skunk" crowd-dispersal device is being prepared that sprays a harsh-smelling substance at demonstrators which can penetrate gas masks. The IDF is also deploying several teams of snipers in the event that so-called peace protest turns violent.


Hussein Sheikholeslam, an Iranian parliamentarian described as one of the Global March's organizers, instructed Jewish leaders in Iran to provide 10 men aged 18 to 22 to be given "the honor" of acting as the vanguard in breaking through the Lebanon Israel border fence. The Iranian Jews, according to reports, would be used as human shields so that Israeli soldiers would be constrained from opening fire.

Israel Public Security Minister Yitzhak Aharonovitch, who supervises the Israel police force, said that border police would be spread out in potentially explosive areas Friday but would not enter Arab villages unless needed.

“The guidelines are to allow everyone to mark Land Day quietly. We will keep a low profile,” he told Israel Radio.

"The issue is not Jerusalem or Israel. Iran and Syria are using this deadly PR event on Israel's borders to divert media attention away from nuclear weapons production in Iran and the Syria government's massacre of her citizens who are demanding democracy and basic human rights."

Israel Police spokesman Mickey Rosenfeld said thousands of police officers were on the move throughout Israel today in preparation for Land Day. He said the biggest deployments were near Arab towns in northern Israel and in Jerusalem. Israel Defense Minister Ehud Barak has instructed the IDF to implement a full closure on the West Bank, which will be lifted in 24 hours barring any unforeseen circumstances.


An Israeli diplomat told the Israel News Agency that "the real issue is not Jerusalem or Israel. Iran and Syria are using this deadly PR event on Israel's borders to divert media attention away from nuclear weapons production in Iran and the Syria government's massacre of her citizens who are demanding democracy and basic human rights."

Americans For A Safe Israel and other grass roots organizations, will be conducting a Support Israel, Support Jerusalem vigil and press conference on Friday, March 30 from 12 noon to 2 p.m. at the Israel Consulate in New York at Second Avenue and 42nd Street.

Under Israel government rule, Jerusalem has enjoyed unprecedented freedom, prosperity and equal rights for all of its inhabitants.
Since its unification by Israel in 1967, Jerusalem has thrived under the values of democracy, tolerance, respect and freedom for all religions.



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