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Friday, May 29, 2009

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I am the head of Accounts and Audit Department of BANQUE CENTRALE DES ETATS DE I' AFRIQUE DE I'QUEST ( CENTRAL BANK OF WEST AFRICAN STATES) Abidjan Cote D' Ivoire in West Africa.,I decided to contact you after a careful thought that you May be capable of handling this business transaction which I explained Below.

In my department we discovered an abandoned sum of ($18.2 Million Dollars) in an account that belongs To one of our foreign customer who died along with his entire family in 2002 in a plane crash.

Since we got information about his death, we have been expecting his Next of kin to come over and claim his money because we cannot release it Unless somebody applies for it as next of kin or relation to the deceased as indicated in our banking guidelines but unfortunately we learnt that His supposed next of kin (his son and wife) died alongside with him at the Plane crash leaving nobody behind for the claim.

It is therefore upon this discovery that I and other officials in my Department now decided to make this business proposal to you and release the money to you as then (We want to present you as his business Asociate to the deceased for safety and subsequent disbursement since no body is coming for it and we don't want this money to go into the Bank treasury as unclaimed Bill. The Banking law and guideline here stipulates that if such money Remained Unclaimed after 7years, the money will be transferred into the Bank treasury as unclaimed fund.

The request of foreigner as next of kin in this Business is occasioned by the fact that the customer was a foreigner and indigin of this country cannot stand as next of kin to a foreigner.

We agree that 30%of this money will be for you as foreign partner, in Respect to the provision of a foreign account, 10 % will be set aside For expenses incurred during the business and 60% would be for me and my Colleagues. There after I and my colleagues will visit your country for Disbursement according to the percentages indicated.

Therefore to enable the immediate transfer of this fund to your account as arranged, you must apply first to the bank as next of kin of the Deceased customer.

Upon receipt of your reply, I will send to you by fax or Email the text of the application.I will not fail to bring to your notice that this transaction is hitch free and that you should not entertain any atom of fear as all required arrangements have been made for the transfer.

I expect that you contact me immediately as soon as you receive this letter.

Hoping to hear from you immediately.
Yours faithfully,
Beatrice Kone
Accounts & Audit Department,
Bceao Bank Abidjan Cote D' Ivoire

JINSA Report #891 Penalizing Israel for Hamas War Crimes?

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JINSA Report #891
May 29, 2009
Penalizing Israel for Hamas
War Crimes?

It was a pro forma notice by the Defense Security Cooperation Agency (DSCA) notifying Congress of a possible Foreign Military Sale to Egypt. Taken from the website, the notice reads:

The Government of Egypt has requested a possible sale of 12 AH-64D Block II APACHE Longbow Helicopters, 27 T700-GE-701D Engines, 36 Modernized Targeting Acquisition and Designation Systems/Pilot Night Vision Sensors, 28 M299 Hellfire Longbow Missile Launchers, 14 AN/ALQ-144(V)3 Infrared jammers, and 14 AN/APR-39B(V)2 Radar Signal Detecting Sets. Also included: composite horizontal stabilizers, Integrated Helmet and Display Sight Systems, repair and return, transportation, depot maintenance, spare and repair parts, support equipment, publications and technical documentation, U.S. Government and contractor technical support, and other related elements of program support.

That's a lot of equipment for a country not at war. The notice continues, "Egypt will use the AH-64D for its national security and protecting its borders. The aircraft will provide the Egyptian military more advanced targeting and engagement capabilities. The proposed sale will provide for the defense of vital installations and will provide close air support for the military ground forces."

It includes the required verbiage:

This proposed sale will contribute to the foreign policy and national security of the United States by helping to improve the security of a friendly country, which has been and continues to be an important force for political stability and economic progress in the Middle East...The proposed sale of this equipment and support will not alter the basic military balance in the region.
In a decidedly NOT formal notification, MENL reports that the Obama administration has held up Israel's request for six AH-64D Apache Longbow attack helicopters.  Sources told MENL the request was undergoing an "interagency review" to "determine whether additional Longbow helicopters would threaten Palestinian civilians in the Gaza Strip. 'During the recent war, Israel made considerable use of the Longbow, and there were high civilian casualties in the Gaza Strip,' a source close to the administration said." 

So Egypt can protect its borders and can provide close air support for its ground forces, but Israel cannot defend its citizens from rockets and missiles launched by a terrorist organization? Israel's operation in Gaza was a limited response to an increasingly lethal Hamas threat. The deaths of Gaza civilians - while regrettable - are entirely the responsibility of the Hamas leadership that located rocket launchers in civilian areas and hid behind human shields. To blame and penalize Israel for Hamas (and Hezbollah) war crimes would be outrageous.

The good news is that DSCA concludes: "This notice of a potential sale is required by law. It does not mean that the sale has been concluded." Congress will have an opportunity to vet the sale to Egypt and while doing so might consider whether the defense interests of the United States are best served by providing more capability to Egypt while withholding it from Israel.

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Thursday, May 28, 2009

May 2009 JINSA Newsletter

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  May 2009
In This Issue
Netanyahu and Obama
Bolton Briefs JINSA
Rethinking "Palestine"

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On May 14, a JINSA delegation chaired by Board of Directors member Jack Mowell visited Hurlburt Field, home of the U.S. Air Force Special Operations Command (AFSOC) and home base to the 1st Special Operations Wing, to gain a greater understanding of AFSOC's tremendous contribution to American military operations. Major General Bob Patterson, USAF (ret.), a member of JINSA's Board of Advisors, personally led the group.  From 1985 to 1989, General Patterson served as AFSOC's first commander.

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Netanyahu and Obama: Showdown at the O.K. Corral?

The first meeting between Prime Minister Netanyahu and President Obama took place today. The outcome is as yet unknown. In this May 18 op-ed, JINSA Executive Director Tom Neumann dissects the two leaders and speculates on where the talks will lead.

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Bolton Briefs JINSA: Iran is the Number One Obstacle to a Stable Middle East

In a May 20 conference call with JINSA leaders, Ambassador John Bolton discussed the meeting between President Obama and Prime Minister Netanyahu this past Monday and the issue of Iran. Bolton, a senior fellow at the American Enterprise Institute, served in government most recently as the U.S. Permanent Representative to the United Nations from 2005-2006 and was Under Secretary of State for Arms Control and International Security from 2001-2005.

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Rethinking "Palestine"

Rethinking "Palestine," a paper presented by Shoshana Bryen, senior director for security policy, at the JINSA conference on Emerging Security Issues for the Obama Administration. The conference, held March 26, focused on issues ranging from developments in Mexico to the future of the U.S. military in a post-industrial world.

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Wednesday, May 27, 2009

JINSA Report #890 Abu Mazen Visits

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JINSA Report #890
May 27, 2009
Abu Mazen Visits 

President Obama is about to host Abu Mazen, the former president of the Palestinian Authority in the West Bank and Gaza. Since he lost Gaza to Hamas in a civil war and his term expired in January it is unclear what legitimate authority Abu Mazen brings with him. Nevertheless, President Obama will treat him as if he is a head of government, able to enter into agreements and then to execute them. Skepticism is called for.

On the other hand, Abu Mazen does represent what is sometimes called "moderate" or "pragmatic" Palestinians, so it is important for the President to probe his thinking on subjects of intifada, naqba and the legitimacy of the State of Israel. We offer some questions he might ask to illuminate the subject for himself, the American people - who are being asked to hand over nearly $1 BILLION in additional aid to the Palestinians - the Israelis and even for Palestinians who may someday have another opportunity to vote for their leadership. *
  • Palestinians call the establishment of Israel in 1948 the naqba, the catastrophe. Is the catastrophe the fact that a Jewish state was established in part of Mandatory Palestine, or that the Arabs did not permit the establishment of the corollary Palestinian Arab state? If the former, how do you think the United States can help you correct the injustice, and why do you think we would?
  • When did Israel's "occupation of Palestine" begin and what area constitutes "occupied Palestine"? Does the Kingdom of Jordan also constitute "occupied Palestine"?
  • When my administration demands a "settlement freeze," we mean for Jews to stop building houses east of the 1949 Armistice Line. What houses for Jews constitute "settlements" on the Palestinian map? (Look at the map and ask, "Where is Israel?")
  • When I talk about a future State of Palestine, I refer generally to the West Bank and Gaza, with an arrangement for Jerusalem. Where do you conceive the State of Israel to be after a future peace agreement? ("In the sea" is not an acceptable answer here.) Can Palestinian national aspirations be satisfied with a split state wedged in between Israel and Jordan? If not, what do you propose?
  • You are receiving American money, equipment and the help of an American Army general to improve your security force capabilities. How can you give the American people confidence that our military is not simply producing more capable Palestinians terrorists?
  • The Israeli soldier Gilad Shalit was captured while you were in control of Gaza and you did not permit visits from the International Red Cross. Will you join me in a demand that the Red Cross visit him as a POW?
  • And, speaking of Gaza, it was under your control there that Qassam rockets began to be fired at Israel. I will not tolerate fire from Canada or Mexico into the United States, even into sparsely populated parts of North Dakota or Arizona. Will you join me in a demand to end to the firing of rockets and mortars at Israel?
  • In the United States, Samir Kuntar and Dalal Mughrabi are considered the vilest form of murderers. Kuntar smashed the skull of a four-year-old girl with his rifle. Mughrabi killed Gail Rubin, an American woman taking nature photographs, and then killed a group of bus drivers and their families on an outing. Why did you send greetings to Kuntar on his release from an Israeli prison? Why is there a school in Hebron named for Mughrabi?
And one additional question:
  • Speaking of schools, my daughters are in the second and fifth grades. May I have a set of school textbooks from Palestinian classrooms of those grades along with lesson plans?
* Variations on these were suggested in JINSA Reports #735 and #796.
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Tuesday, May 26, 2009

JINSA Report #889 The Evil of the Axis

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JINSA Report #889
May 26, 2009
The Evil of the Axis

North Korea's underground nuclear test offers the Obama administration an opportunity to remake American policy on a crucial issue. The Bush administration used the Six Party Talks and the UN Security Council as its chief instruments and pursued policies of varying carrots and sticks to change Kim Jong Il's calculus about the benefits of nuclear capability. But the Six Party format mortgages any possible progress to the lowest common denominator, generally China, and China's veto does the same with the Security Council. [How odd that the Bush administration, often charged with reckless unilateralism, was in this case an instrument of reckless multilateralism.]

We suggest that President Obama take leadership of the issue and determine what American policies would a) best protect the United States and our allies, and b) reduce the likelihood of future North Korean nuclear successes.

Several potential policies spring to mind - an enhanced Proliferation Security Initiative, enhanced missile defenses, returning North Korea to the U.S. list of terrorism-sponsoring countries and a return to the financial sanctions the Bush administration dropped for no fathomable reason.   

None require Chinese participation - although that would be welcome - and all permit like-minded countries to participate as well as they can. An increased interest in missile defenses both for our Asian friends and for us would require the Obama Administration to change course, but the President has shown a willingness to alter his positions when shown compelling security implications. There are few things we think more compelling than the security implications of North Korea with nuclear weapons and a missile capability that reaches our allies or our homeland.

And then, American leadership should acknowledge the Bush Administration's finest and probably least appreciated policy formulation - the clear understanding of what was Evil about the Axis.  

The Axis between North Korea, Iran and Iraq (now replaced by Syria) was a separate but coincident interest among Asians, Persians and Arabs in the acquisition of nuclear capability and the means to deliver it. It was and remains Evil because it overrides what should be the civilized impulses of government: Kim Jong Il's starvation of his own people, pauperizing the country in pursuit of missile and nuclear technology was related in theory and in practice to Saddam's manipulation of the Oil for Food program and the mass graves that are still being discovered around the country, and to Iran's explicit determination to erase America's friend and ally Israel.

President Obama has highlighted his interest in soft diplomacy and what he understands as the need to acknowledge and apologize for shortcomings in American policy and history. The shortcomings are there, certainly, but it would be a mistake to equate them with the Evils of the Axis and by that, fail to take the steps necessary - alone and in concert - to protect us from all of them and defeat all of their aims.

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Sunday, May 24, 2009

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Friday, May 22, 2009

JINSA Report #888 The Debate was a Gift to the People

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JINSA Report #888
May 22, 2009
The Debate was a Gift
to the People

The extraordinary debate - which is what it was - between President Obama and former Vice President Cheney about national security in the post-9-11 era was a gift to the citizenry. In Mr. Cheney's words, "You can look at the facts and conclude that the [Bush administration] strategy has worked...Or, you can look at the same set of facts and conclude that 9/11 was a one-off event... Whichever conclusion you arrive at, it will shape your entire view of the last seven years, and of the policies necessary to protect America for years to come."

Regular readers know JINSA believes the United States is engaged in a war against terrorists and the states that harbor and support them. We believe the war began with the success of the Iranian Revolution in 1979, but wasn't engaged by the American government until after September 11, 2001. But readers know as well that we expressed frustration time and again with the failure of President Bush to share his thinking and confide the rationale for post-9-11 policies he deemed essential. It seems to us an indispensable part of Presidential leadership.  

With that in mind, we were very pleased that President Obama took to the floor of the National Archive to explain his security framework and the thinking behind his decision to close Guantanamo, his decision to use military tribunals for captured terrorists who cannot be tried in U.S. courts, and his belief that "our values have been our best national security asset, in war and peace; in times of ease and in eras of upheaval."

On the other hand, it was disappointing to hear him characterize the Bush Administration as a-historical and willing to "trim the facts," and there were too many straw men built up and then blown over. He characterized post-9-11 saying, "During this season of fear, too many of us...fell silent... we went off course...we're cleaning up something that is, quite simply, a mess - a misguided experiment."  That is unfair to the Democrats and Republicans who struggled with security and their consciences to keep us safe while staying true to American values.

Mr. Cheney began by admitting, "Watching a coordinated, devastating attack on our country from an underground bunker at the White House can affect how you view your responsibilities." And he did something truly courageous, defending "the lawful, skillful, and entirely honorable work of CIA personnel trained to deal with a few malevolent men...Interrogators had authoritative guidance on the line between toughness and torture, and they knew to stay on the right side of it."

On the other hand, even Mr. Cheney couldn't argue when the President said, "My single most important responsibility as President is to keep the American people safe. It's the first thing that I think about when I wake up in the morning.  It's the last thing that I think about when I go to sleep at night... We are indeed at war with al Qaeda and its affiliates."

We want more opportunities to listen to articulate voices from across the political spectrum working to make political and national security sense of the war in which we find our country and our allies engaged.  We are certain the President will do his part; we hope Mr. Cheney and others will continue to do theirs.

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Greetings:Dear Friend

Greetings:Dear Friend,

This is a personal email directed to you and I request that it be treated as such. I must solicit your Confidentiality and assure you that I am contacting you in good faith and this proposal will be of mutual benefit.You may be surprised to receive this letter from me since you do not know me personally. I am EDWIN O ALMENGOR., a solicitor at in Czech Republic.

I am the personal attorney/sole executor to a client of mine, ,Who based here in Czech Republic. now deceased.My client lost his life alongside his wife and only child on the 21st ofAugust 2008 while on a visit to Canary Islands in Spain.Details of this incidence can be checked on the following website;

The deceased was a prominent business man here in Czech Republic before they met their tragic death. My client before his death made a deposit of Five Million United States Dollars (US$5,000,000.00) with a Bank in Spain in his effort to set up a business in other countries around Europe.

However,The board of directors of the holding financial institution now adopted a resolution and I was mandated to provide his next of kin for the payment of this money within the next 20 official working days or forfeit the money as an abandoned fund. The holding financial institution had planned to invoke the decree of 1996 to confiscate the funds after the expiration of the period given to me but after an investigation in the finance company.I found out that some members of the board of directors of the holding financial institution wants to divert this fund into their private accounts for their own selfish interest and only want, to use the excuse that since I am not able to look for some one to make the claim.

It is on this regard that I decided to solicit your assistance, by presenting you as the trust worthy person or the relatives to the deceased. Although, I have agreed on the following sharing ratios: 40% for your assistance and 60% for me but this is still open for negotiation.

I guarantee that this will be executed under a legitimate arrangement that will protect you from any breach of the law.because I am in possesion of the deceased personal file which contains all information which I shall use to prove your relationship with the deceased.

Please get in touch with me urgently on your kin interest to lay claim of the deposit with your Name,Address,Telephone and fax numbers for more information on how to release the said inheritance sum,procedure and legality of this claim, alternative via this Email,for better confidentiality and send to me your telephone and fax numbers to enable us discuss further on this transaction. If this proposal is acceptable by you, do not take undue advantage of the trust I have bestowed in you.

Thanks for your understanding.



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Thursday, May 21, 2009


From Desk of the Secretary-General
I am Wayne B. Robinson, Bill and Exchange Manager/ SecretaryGeneral,Head of the World Bank Finance Group, London Branch, set up to fight against scam and fraudulent activities worldwide.

This Group is responsible for investigating the legitimacy of unpaid contract, inheritance and lotto winning claims by companies and individuals and directs the paying authorities (banks) worldwide to make immediate payment of verified claims to the beneficiaries without further delay.You are being legally contacted regarding the release of your long awaited fund. After a detailed review of your file, the World Bank Group has mandated that your fund should be release immediately.
The sum of US$10,625,000.00 (Ten Million Six Hundred and Twenty Five Thousand United States Dollars) has been approved in your favour via my desk.I therefore wish to inform you that your payment is being processed and will be released to you as soon as you respond to this letter.
Please re-confirm to me the following:
(1) Your Full Name:
(2) Phone, Fax and Mobile Number:
(3) Company Name, Home Address:
(4) Profession, Age and Marital status:
(5) Payment options. Cash/Bank transfer.
Note that the above fund has been cleared from terrorist or fraud related
activities.Thanks for Your Cooperation.
Wayne B. Robinson
World Bank Group.

JINSA Report #887 Little Changes, Big Changes

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JINSA Report #887
May 21, 2009
Little Changes, Big Changes

Roundly discussed before it happened, and furiously spun when it was over, the Netanyahu-Obama meeting left the world curiously unchanged. The President still thinks two states can be fashioned out of the Hamas-run Gaza territory, Fatah-run West Bank territory and the State of Israel. The Prime Minister still thinks they can't - maybe not ever, certainly not now. They agree that Iran with nuclear weapons would destabilize the region and the world but they still don't agree on red lines in the development cycle or a time frame for action.

The Palestinians are marginally less happy because there was no apparent increase in a United States-Israel rift on both Iran and the Palestinians that began under the Bush administration. The Iranians are marginally happier because Israel agreed with the President's decision on engagement, and they proved it by launching the solid-fuel Sejil-2 missile yesterday. It seems to be an attempt to overcome problems with the prior launch in November, and proof positive that nothing has changed in Iran.

Which is not to say the world is standing still. Check Pakistan and Sri Lanka.

President Obama rightly connected progress in Afghanistan to weeding out Taliban bases from the tribal badlands of Pakistan to the southeast of Afghanistan. His Iran outreach was in part based on the need to stabilize Afghanistan to the west.

But Pakistan changed. Instead of being a corrupt, nuclear-armed but pro-Western country with a Taliban problem, Pakistan became a potential Taliban-style state with nuclear weapons. The government had reached an agreement with radical forces to permit Sharia law to govern the Swat Valley - over the expressed wishes of local Pakistanis who had voted overwhelmingly for secular politicians - and the radicals swarmed to within 60 miles of Islamabad. The government is now pushing back with American assistance, lots of civilian casualties and tens of thousands of refugees in desperate need of aid.

Perhaps the Pakistani government will succeed, but in the best case the country has been seriously weakened for future diplomatic and military activity. Democratic, nuclear-armed India cannot take lightly the possibility of an even more radical Pakistan - and what India doesn't take lightly, neither should the United States.

On the other side of India, Sri Lanka also changed. After more than 80,000 lives lost in 25 years of repeated terrorist acts, government retaliation, phony cease fires and "peace" treaties, the Sri Lankan civil war ended the old fashioned way. The government pushed the Tamil Tigers to the coast, cut off their escape and killed as many as they could. The battle was brutal, bloody and involved tremendous civilian suffering. Tens of thousands of refugees are in desperate need of aid.

While the United States will likely rush aid to both places - the right and humane thing to do - it would be worthwhile also to consider the nature of our investment in other peoples' civil wars and insurrections. And to consider our standard insistence that governments offer treaties, ceasefires, land and other inducements to radicals and terrorists.

And then to consider American insistence that Israel offer treaties, ceasefires, land and other inducements to the Palestinians.

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