Sunday, 14 November 2010

Alice Sommer Herz, World's Oldest Holocaust Survivor

I discovered this week that it will soon be the birthday of the world's oldest holocaust survivor Alice Sommer Herz. Alice currently lives in London where she practices playing the piano everyday, despite coming up to her 107th birthday.

You can send her birthday wishes to .The messages are being compiled together by those around her.

A truly inspirational short video of Alice can be viewed at

It is very significant that Zionists remember the holocaust. This is because many of the enemies of Zionism, like President Ahmadinejad of Iran, argue that the holocaust never happend and that it was made up by the Jews in order to gain sympathy and establish their own country.

Julian, Director of UKIP FOI

Thursday, 4 November 2010

Bill Clinton Remembers Yitzhak Rabin

The Herald Tribune features today an interesting piece about former Israeli prime minister Yitzhak Rabin by the former US president Bill Clinton. Clinton explores and appraises the work of Rabin. He also writes optimisticly of the current situation facing Israel:

"Israel has its best partner ever in the Palestinian government on the West Bank led by President Abbas and Prime Minister Salam Fayyad, with its proven ability to provide security and economic development. The peace alliance put together by King Abdullah of Saudi Arabia offers Israel full political recognition and the prospect of security and economic cooperation with a host of Arab and other Muslim nations in exchange for an agreement. And many Arab states are engaged in their own economic and social modernization efforts, which prove they are ready to let go of past differences and eager to reap the possibilities of cooperation with Israel."

The article can be read in full here: