When Cuba helped Israel

A few months ago, US Secretary of State, Hillary Clinton asked Jewish groups in the US and Cuba to unite with Ben Obama administeration’s campaign for the release of American Jewish CIA operative Alan Gross jailed in Havana. The Washington Post even carried a headline on May 21, 2010 “Judy and Alan Gross’s family at the heart of standoff between Washington and Cuba“. While campaigning for a Jew spy, Hillary forgot that her own government is holding five Cuban heroes in jail.

A few months earlier, the same Jewish-owned newspaper reported that Alan Gross was helping Cuban Jews to topple Cuban government.

According to Cuban newspaper Juventud Rebelde (Rebel Youth), the pro-US dictator Fulgencio Batista (died 1973) allowed the airlift of 150,000 Jews from Iraq, Iran, Yemen and India to help European Jewish terrorist groups set-up Jewish settlements on Arab land during 1951-52. Cuban businessman Narciso V. Roselló Otero with Israeli connections sponsored those flights. Later he became President of the new Cuban airline Aerea de Cuba.

Fulgencio Batista fled the country on January 1, 1959 against the communist militia led by a 32-year-old lawyer, Fidel Castro.

In a recent interview with the Muslim-hating Jewish reporter for The Atlantic, Jeffrey Goldberg, Fidel Castro said that the Israel has the right to exist and criticized Iranian President Dr. Mahmoud Ahmadinejad for ‘questioning’ the Holocaust. Benji Netanyahu even sent Castro a letter of appreciation on behalf the World Jewry. Jeffrey Goldberg was accopanied by his friend Julia Sweig, a so-called ‘Latin American expert’ working for the powerful Jewish think tank Council on Foreign Relations (CFR). After the publication of Jeffrey Goldberg’s interview – on September 11, 2010, Fidel Castro accused Goldberg for distorting some of his comments (normal for an Israeli hasbara liar).

Naeim Giladi, a US-Israeli citizen and a Mossad operative during his youth in Iraq, wrote in book The Jews of Iraq:

I write this article for the same reason I wrote my book: to tell the American people, and especially American Jews, that Jews from Islamic lands did not emigrate willingly to Israel; that, to force them to leave, Jews killed Jews; and that, to buy time to confiscate ever more Arab lands, Jews on numerous occasions rejected genuine peace initiatives from their Arab neighbors. I write about what the first prime minister of Israel called “cruel Zionism.” I write about it because I was part of it“.

To force the Iraqi Jews to emigrate to the Occupied Palestine, the Zionist movement mounted an operation in three stages:

1. An agreement was reached with pro-British Iraqi Prime Minister Nuri al-Said to force Iraqi Jews to accept a one-way ticket to Israel. On 9 March 1950, Parliament adopted a law requiring that Iraqi Jews leaving the country had to renounce their citizenship in writing and would not be allowed to return.

2. From 19 March 1950 to 30 January 1951, a series of bomb attacks targeted the venues of Jewish congregation. The attacks were falsely attributed to the Golden Square officers (who had sided with Germany against the British during World War II). As it is, they had been orchestrated by Israeli intelligence under the direction of Mordechaï Ben Porat (as endorsed in 1956 by Uri Avnery’s Israeli magazine Haolam Hazeh).

3. Immediately, an airlift was set up from Cuba by the dictatorial regime of General Fulgencio Batista enabling the evacuation of 115 000 Jews, terrified by the turn of events. Cuban planes and pilots took off from Baghdad stopping over in Nicosia (Cyprus). Towards the end of the operation, planes with a bigger capacity shuttled from Iraq to Israel directly so as to speed up the operation.

Mordechaï Porat, a terrorist with close ties to David Ben-Gurion, served four times as member of parliament and once as minister without portfolio. In 2001, he was awarded the Israel Prize for the whole of his career and in particular for having pushed Iraqi Jews to emigrate.

In May 2001, Iran’s President Ayatullah Mohammad Khatami received Fidel Castro in Tehran. Fidel Castro in his speech praised the Islamic Republic for standing up to American bully. Iran-Cuba bilateral relations go back to 1979 when Fidel Castro became the first non-Muslim head of State to recognize the newly establish Islamic Republic. Havana supports Tehran’s right to develop its civilian nuclear program and Tehran on its part is critical of the US sanctions against Cuba. In 2008, Cuban foreign minister visited Tehran and met with Ahmadinejad. Since 2005, both countries have developed an economic relation which has become very lucrative for Cuba as Iran doesn’t get material benefits from it. Tehran has invested more than US$2 billion into Cuban economy so far and other than Venezuela, the only country from which Cuba gains economic benefits without giving anything in return.

Cuba along with Venezuela, Brazil and Argentina had condemned Israeli cammando raid on Free Gaza Flotilla, killing nine Turkish aid workers. Cuba broke diplomatic relations with Israel in 1973.

According to Jewish sources, 1,500 Jews still live in Cuba. Muslims account at 3,000. The majority of Cuban are Catholic. Fidel Castro (a Jesuit educated lawyer) has visted Vatican in 1996 and had a meeting with Pope John Paul II. The Pope returned the visit in January 1998.

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