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For while the Zionists try to make the rest of the world believe that the national consciousness of the Jew finds its satisfaction in the creation of a Palestinian state, the Jews again slyly dupe the dumb Goyim. It doesn't even enter their heads to build up a Jewish state in Palestine for the purpose of living there; all they want is a central organization for their international world swindle, endowed with its own sovereign rights and removed from the intervention of other states: a haven for convicted scoundrels and a university for budding crooks.
And here is... (more)
The Israeli government has approved the construction of 3,000 new homes in the occupied West Bank. A famous Israeli Rabbi has issued new dressing guidelines for religious women, stating that not even girls as young as three should expose any part of their body or wear bright colors. New regulation undermining human-rights and democracy are commonly raised in the Israeli parliament these days. It is as though Israel is playing into the hands of the anti-Israeli campaigners, whoever they might be. And they love it, especially the government sponsored Non-Governmental Organizations (NGOs).... (more)
Too much muttering is going on among many Indians about the Palestine Israel conflict. So many photos of dead children, burned houses, crying mothers and many more are circulating on facebook declaring their support for Palestine. Most of it insist or even plead to the Indian government to support Palestine and criticize Israel for its brutal actions. The episode that is taking place now is not at all one sided as most suggest, the Hamas are raining missiles over Israeli towns too but the reason for less or no causalities from the Israeli side is because of its counter missile systems. The... (more)
...there was some concern in his country over the ‘disproportionate’ Israeli reaction to attacks by Hamas. This is my response.
You conclude your well-argued, balanced and reasonable perspective with a clear statement of principle: "Let's support the innocent people in both Palestine and Israel who wish to live a normal life like all others." How could I possibly fail to agree with those sentiments; how could anyone fail to agree? The latest news is that a ceasefire has been concluded, which hopefully will mean that the innocent people on both sides can get on with their... (more)
I’ve been giving serious attention recently to the problem of modern anti-Semitism. In tracing the beast into the heart of the labyrinth I bought The New Anti-Semitism by Phyllis Chessler and Israel and the European Left: Between Solidarity and Delegitimization by Colin Shindler. I’ve yet to read these books, though skimming has given me a ‘feel’ for both. The first is a lively polemic, the second a little more scholarly and detached. Both touch on the new form of the chimera, its latest metamorphosis – that of left-wing Jew hatred.
Actually it’s not new at all. It’s much older... (more)
I took part in a discussion recently on Blog Catalogue which focused, or began to focus, on the right of Israel to exist as a nation. It was quite illuminating, not because it added anything of substance to my own views on this issue, but because it made me aware of a new trend, a new mode of thought, one that looks like becoming a feature of policy making in the cabinet rooms and chanceries of the West.
I’ll come to this a bit later but first a word or two about the debate in question. In the course of it I mentioned that I once visited Yad Vashem in Jerusalem, the place where all... (more)
...state. A man of peace and a moderate, a man with whom it’s possible to do business; at least that’s how he is perceived by so many Western governments, an altogether better prospect than the wild men of Hamas, the terrorist thugs who control the enclave of Gaza, the other face of Palestine.
Ah, but let’s have a closer look at this man of peace, let’s put him under the spotlight, let’s see what the Israelis are faced with. Ecce homo; always, always behold the man.
Robert Bernstein, one of the founders of Human Rights Watch, knows exactly what Abbas... (more)
...to the front of this makeshift stall. “Support the children of Gaza,” read one. “End the Siege on Gaza,” said another.
A few hundred demonstrators packed the court. Many held banners stained with blood marks for a background: “Stop the genocide in Gaza”, “Freedom for Palestine”, “Israeli mass murderers”.
A group of youngsters, maybe only teenagers, their faces covered with black and white keffiyehs – the symbol of Palestinian resistance since the Arab Revolt against the British in the 1930s – were posing and taking shots. They were waving the flag... (more)
... journalism, to end her career. Helen Thomas: The Truth Backed By HistoryOn May 27, 2010 as Helen made her way into the White House, someone representing RhabbiLIVE.com asked Helen if she had any comments about Israel. Her comments were as follows:Helen Thomas: "Tell them to get the hell out of Palestine. Remember these people are occupied and it's their land..not German. It's not Poland."And why would Helen suggest Israelis get out of Palestine? To answer this, you have to know your history.What History Tells Us:How long has Palestine been a country?The British wrestled Palestine away from... (more)
...country on what it considers its exclusive turf...or in this case sand. In their timeless mind set, they feel the passing generations and even centuries will make things right again.So back to the Palestinians...much of the negotiations will be about borders and refugees. Before the 1948 War Palestine was one entity and Gaza was part of Egypt. When a UN ceasefire was brokered in 1948, the ceasefire line was meant to be a temporary border between the two sides...there never has been any sort of attempt to settle on permanent borders.Then, the 1967 war created the present modified temporary... (more)
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