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Israeli Democracy vs. Arab Apartheid [AT]

October 31, 2011

Israeli Democracy vs. Arab Apartheid

By JanSuzanne Krasner

October 26, 2011

It is a falsehood to say that Israel is an apartheid state.  This indictment, made by Mahmoud Abbas repeatedly in his speeches, is an Orwellian distortion of the truth, but it has been extremely effective in the public relations war of words that plays out in the United Nations, on the international stage, in the media, and on college campuses every day.

This is a grave and toxic travesty that needs to be made right.  In light of the “Arab Spring” spreading seeds of sharia law throughout the Middle East, Western civilization needs to see the truth.  Americans are being hijacked by propaganda against Israel…and not defending Israel’s right to be a Jewish state will lead to our own eventual downfall.

The analogy of Israel to South African apartheid commands a response.  Because of its catchy, slick word combination and its connotations that evoke vivid images of human unfairness and suffering, it has became a fashionable narrative for the media and international community’s discourse.  But it is not factual, and it is very deceptive.

Labeling Israel “apartheid” is meant to provoke worldwide criticism and elicit human rights-based anger that sanctions demonstrations, boycotts, and the denigration of Jewish morals.  This finger-pointing is an intentional attack on Israel.  It condones terror in the guise of “freedom-fighters,” encourages prosecution of Israeli officials in foreign courts, promotes laws against Israeli goods, and supports boycotts of stores selling Israeli products.  It sees the advantage of kidnapping soldiers, allows the destruction of Jewish artifacts and religious sites, and tries to exclude Jews from their legitimate claim to their historic homeland.

Factually speaking, apartheid was the policy of the South African government as a way of dealing with the white and non-white social, political and economic issues up until 1992.  It was the official policy that established and maintained racial segregation and racial discrimination.  The South African non-whites could not vote, and they had to carry a “Pass Book,” or they risked being jailed or deported.  By contrast, all citizens of Israel have equal voting rights.  Arabs have eleven representatives in Israel’s Knesset, including an Arab on the Israeli Supreme Court.  Every citizen must carry an identity card, along with all legal residents. 

In addition, non-white South Africans were kept from a wide range of jobs.  They had no free elementary through high school education; mixed sexual relationships were restricted and segregated; hospital and ambulance services were segregated; they could not use most public amenities; sports were segregated; and public facilities were labeled for correct racial usage.  Non-whites could not enter a building through the main entrance, be a member of a union, or participate in a strike.  That is apartheid, and Israel is not an apartheid state.

Although many pro-Palestinian organizations are aware that the Israel-apartheid analogy is inaccurate, this rhetoric is continually used to condemn and isolate Israel.  Just visit Israel to see the truth…Israeli Arabs shopping at Jerusalem’s Mamila Mall, enjoying Tel Aviv beaches, enrolled in the universities, getting hospital care, going on school trips to the zoos, and having free access to public places.

One of the more outspoken defenders of Israel is Benjamin Pogrund, a Jew born in Cape Town, now living in Israel.  Pogrund lived under apartheid, and as an anti-apartheid activist, he took grave risks by reporting the injustices against blacks.  He often comments that the comparison of Israel to South African apartheid “greatly minimizes the oppression and misery caused by apartheid and is debasing to its victims.”

In his rebuttal, Pogrund argues that “Israel is not unique in declaring itself a state for a specific people.”

Everyone knows that Egypt is for Egyptians, Ireland is for Irishmen, France for Frenchmen, Italy is for Italians, Serbia for Serbs, China for the Chinese, Iran for the Persians…and the list goes on.

“Apartheid”-supporters substantiate their stance by claiming that Israel discriminates against Israeli Arabs by barring them from buying land.

The facts regarding land ownership are clarified by Mitchell Bard, the executive director of the non-profit American-Israeli Cooperative Enterprise (AICE) and a foreign policy analyst who frequently lectures on U.S.-ME policy:

In the early part of the century, the Jewish National Fund was established by the World Zionist Congress to purchase land in Palestine for Jewish settlement. This land, and that acquired after Israel’s War of Independence, was taken over by the government. Of the total area of Israel, 92% belongs to the State and is managed by the Land Management Authority. It is not for sale to anyone, Jew or Arab. The remaining 8% of the territory is privately owned. The Arab Waqf (the Muslim charitable endowment), for example, owns land that is for the express use and benefit of Muslim Arabs. Government land can be leased by anyone, regardless of race, religion or sex. All Arab citizens of Israel are eligible to lease government land.

The reality is that both Arabs and Jews build homes illegally throughout Israel.  And the fact is that the number of illegal Arab homes scheduled for demolition is miniscule compared to Jewish homes that must adhere scrupulously to the rules for fear of condemnation.  (Please check Bard’s point-by-point rebuttal.)

The problems in Israel’s Arab communities are much like conditions others face in various places in the world, but Arabs don’t point a finger at those places.  Only Israel is labeled and attacked as “apartheid.”  Arabs need only to look at their neighboring countries in the Middle East to find real apartheid.  Does anyone honestly believe that Muslim women do not suffer from apartheid in countries with sharia law?  Or that Christians and Jews in some Arab nations are being attacked and killed purely because of their religion?  More pointedly, both Jordan and Saudi Arabia do not allow Jews to live there, and Saudi Arabia doesn’t even let Jews visit.

There are many “no-class” citizens in the world that Arabs don’t care to talk about.  One must believe that Abbas just doesn’t recognize “apartheid” as he declares that the State of Palestine will be “Judenrein” — a Jewish-free state.  Instead, the label of “apartheid” is stuck on Israel, keeping eyes focused away from the intolerance and bigotry that the PLO and Hamas preach.

Recently, I took issue with “Students for Justice in Palestine” (SJP), an on-campus pro-Palestinian organization that orchestrated the first National Anti-Israel Conference at Columbia University to “educate” students for participation in “Israel Apartheid Week 2012” on university campuses.

The SJP supports the Apartheid Movement, the Gaza Freedom Movement that tried to break the Israeli-Egyptian blockade, the BDS movement against Israeli goods, and a One-State Solution with the “Right of Return.”  There can be no doubt that SJP, hiding behind the veil of human rights activism, supports the end of a Jewish state while “freedom-fighting” terrorists try to accomplish the same goal through violence.

One question needs to be asked of all those who accuse Israel of being an apartheid state: if Israel gave up all the land rights, forfeited all of the natural resources, and agreed to a One-State Solution with the “Right of Return,” would the Jews be able to live in peaceful coexistence with their Arab neighbors?  The answer to this question determines the fate of the Jewish people and whether peace is ever attainable.

http://www.americanthinker.com/2011/10/israeli_democracy_vs_arab_apartheid.html

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The real racism: Expecting Jews to die meekly [JPost]

October 28, 2011

The real racism: Expecting Jews to die meekly

By MARTIN SHERMAN

10/27/2011 23:00



Into the Fray: Israel needs to once again convey, unapologetically, to the world the rationale for its founding.
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The most accurate way to describe Israel today is as an apartheid state… 3.5 million Palestinians and almost half a million Jews live in the areas Israel occupied in 1967, and yet while these two groups live in the same area, they are subjected to totally different legal systems. The Palestinians are stateless and lack many of the most basic human rights. – Neve Gordon, “Boycott Israel,” Los Angeles Times, August 20, 2009.

Taken from an article by a senior Israeli academic, this excerpt typifies the racist Judeophobic rhetoric that has come to dominate the public discourse on the Israeli- Palestinian conflict.

Sadly it is rhetoric that has been endorsed by many in the Israeli academia and media. Even more disturbing is the complicity — or at least complacency — of Israeli officialdom in allowing it to become the defining feature of this discourse.

Expecting Jews to die meekly

This mode of rhetoric is no less than inciteful, Judeophobic racism, because in effect, it embodies the implicit delegitmization of the right of Jews to defend themselves.

It embodies the implicit expectation that Jews should consent to die meekly. And how can an expectation that Jews die meekly be characterized other than as “inciteful, Judeophobic racism?” For no matter what the measures Israel adopts to protect its citizens from those undisguisedly trying to murder and maim them — because they are Jews — they are widely condemned as “racist,” “disproportionate violence” or even “war crimes/crimes against humanity.”

It matters not whether these measures are administrative decisions or security operations, defensive responses or anticipatory initiatives, punitive retaliations or preemptive strikes. It matters not whether they entail the emplacement of physical barriers to block the infiltration of indiscriminate murderers; the imposition of restrictions to impede their lethal movements; the execution of preventive arrests to foil their deadly intentions; the conduct of targeted killings (with unprecedentedly low levels of collateral damage) to preempt their brutal plans; the launch of military campaigns to prevent the incessant shelling of civilians…

Lip service to Israel’s right to self-defense

The depiction of these measures as arbitrary acts of wrongdoing, whose only motivation is racially driven territorial avarice and discriminatory embitterment of the lives of the Palestinians, distorts reality and disregards context. But far more perturbing, is the moral implication of this condemnation.

For if all endeavors to prevent, protect or preempt are denounced as morally reprehensible, the inevitable conclusion is that they should not be employed. This implies a no less inevitable conclusion: To avoid the morally reprehensible, the Jewish state should — in effect — allow those who would attack its citizens, to do so with total impunity, and with total immunity from retribution.

True, many of Israel’s detractors protest with righteous indignation that they acknowledge that it “has a right to defend itself.” But this is quickly exposed as meaningless lip service, for whenever Israel exercises that allegedly acknowledged right, it is condemned for being excessively heavy-handed.

It makes little difference if Israel imposes a legal maritime blockade to prevent the supply of lethal armaments to Islamist extremists; or if Israeli commandos are forced to use deadly force to prevent themselves from being disemboweled by a frenzied lynch mob; or if, in response to the savage slaughter wrought by Palestinian suicide bombers — which relative to its population, dwarfed the losses on 9/11 — Israel clears the terror-infested and boobytrapped Jenin, using ground troops rather than its air force to minimize Palestinian collateral damage, thus incurring needless casualties of its own.

No matter how murderous the onslaughts initiated by the Palestinians, no matter how blatant the Palestinian brutality, no matter how outrageous the Palestinian provocation, the Israeli response is deemed inappropriate.

Despite the declaration of recognition of some generic abstract right to defend itself and its citizens, it seems that in practice the only “appropriate” response is for Israel to refrain from defending itself.

Exigencies of security

Then there is the reverse racism emblazoned in the subtext of the discourse of Israeli policy towards the Palestinians: The victims of racist hatred are condemned as racist for fending off their racist attackers.

Security barriers are not erected, roadblocks are not put in place, travel restrictions are not enforced as a racist response to Palestinian ethnicity but as a rationale response to Palestinian enmity. To believe otherwise is to fall prey to what Binyamin Netanyahu once called the “reversal of causality.” The blockade of Gaza is a consequence, not a cause, of Hamas’s violence; the West Bank security barrier is the result of, not the reason for, Palestinian terrorism.

If not for the massive carnage at Sbarro pizzeria, at Dizengoff Center, at the Passover Seder in the Park Hotel, there would have been no IDF operation in Jenin in 2002. Without the indiscriminate bombardment of Israeli civilians, there would have been no Cast Lead operation in Gaza in 2009. If pregnant women and ambulances were not used to smuggle explosives into Israeli cities, there would be no need for checkpoints and roadblocks. If Palestinian gunmen would not open fire from vehicles on Israeli families passing by, there would be no need to restrict the movement of Palestinians on certain roads. If Palestinians did not ambush Israeli cars traveling though Palestinian towns, there would be no need to construct special roads for Israelis to bypass those towns.

The outcome of Judeophobic enmity

Of course, the standard Judeophobic response to this will be… “occupation,” that all-purpose, all-weather, one-size-fits-all excuse for every racist Palestinian atrocity perpetrated against the Jews.

According to this morally base and factually baseless contention, all Palestinian violence is an expression of understandable rage and frustration due to years of repressive “occupation” of Palestinian lands.

This claim is as egregious as it is asinine. It must be rejected with the moral opprobrium and the intellectual disdain it so richly deserves.

Indeed, as I have demonstrated in several recent columns, the call for the destruction of the Jewish state was made long before Israel held a square inch of what is now designated as “occupied Palestinian land.” (In fact, the original 1964 Palestinian National Covenant explicitly disavows any sovereign claim to the “West Bank” and Gaza as the Palestinian homeland.) The founding documents of the PLO, Fatah and Hamas are all committed to the destruction of the Jewish state, irrespective of time and regardless of frontiers. This too was the sentiment reiterated by Mahmoud Abbas in his recent UN appearance.

So clearly “Occupation” is not the origin of Palestinian ill-will towards Israel. Quite the reverse. The Israeli presence in Judea, Samaria and Gaza is a direct outcome of Arab ill-will towards Israel, when in 1967 their massive military offensive to destroy Israel failed catastrophically.

It was not Jewish territorial avarice that brought Israel to “the territories” but Arab Judeocidal aggression.

What if there had been no ‘Occupation’?

Even if it can be irrefutably shown that “occupation” is not the origin
of Palestinian hostility, might it is not be possible that elimination
of “occupation” would induce, if not Palestinian amitié, then at least
Palestinian acceptance of Israel? Sadly, all evidence seems to point the
other way. Every time Israel has made tangible efforts to remove
“occupation,” the frenzy of Palestinian terrorism has soared to a higher
crescendo, and forced abandonment or even reversal of these efforts:

• This was the case from 1993 to ’96, when the implementation of the Oslo agreements brought forth a huge wave of suicide bombings.

• This was the case in 2000, when Ehud Barak offered sweeping concessions to
the Palestinians, who responded with a wave of unprecedented terrorism
which continued under Ariel Sharon’s “restraint-is-strength-policy”
until the carnage made military response unavoidable. The result was
Operation Defensive Shield in 2002 that brought the IDF back in force to
the “West Bank,” where calm has been largely maintained ever since.

This was the case in 2005, when Israel withdrew from Gaza and erased every
vestige of “occupation,” and in return received continuing and
escalating violence that culminated in Operation Cast Lead.

Clearly, not only can “occupation” not be attributed as the cause of Palestinian enmity, but attempts to remove — or at least attenuate — it seem only to exacerbate this enmity.

Here intriguing questions arise: What if Israel had never taken over the “West Bank” or had withdrawn
immediately after doing so, transferring control back to Jordan? What
then would have become of the Palestinians and their claims to “national
liberation?” What “occupation” would have then been blamed for their
plight? What territory would have then been the focus of their efforts
to establish their state? These are weighty questions which must await
discussion at some later stage, but merely raising them poses a serious
challenge to the factually flawed conventional wisdom that dominates and
distorts the debate on the Israel-Palestinian conflict.

‘Criticism of Israel is not anti-Semitism’

“Criticism of Israel is not anti-Semitism” is the mantra sounded with Pavlovian regularity by Israel’s detractors. And they are of course right. Criticism of Israel is not necessarily anti- Semitism.

However, the enduring practice of holding the nation-state of the Jews to
discriminatory double standards does makes anti-Semitism an increasingly
plausible explanation for that criticism, an explanation can no longer
be summarily dismissed without persuasive proof to the contrary.

After all, atrocities of ferocity and scale far beyond anything of which
Israel is accused, even by its most vehement detractors, are perpetrated
regularly with hardly a murmur of censure from the international
community. By contrast the slightest hint of any Israeli infringement —
real or imagined — of human rights immediately results in expression of
shock and revulsion in headlines in all major media outlets across the
globe, precipitates emergency sessions of international organizations,
and produces worldwide condemnation, from friend and foe alike.

Of
course, the implication is not that Israel should be judged by the same
criteria as the tyrannies of Sudan or North Korea; or by the bloody
standards of Damascus or Tehran.

The question is, however, why
should it be judged by standards and criteria which are far more
stringent than those applied to the democracies that make up NATO.

For in the Balkans, in Iraq and in Afghanistan they have enforced blockades
and embargoes far more onerous and damaging to civilians than that
imposed on Gaza. They conducted military campaigns far from their
borders that caused far more civilian casualties than Israel has in
campaigns conducted only a few kilometers from the heart of its capital
city…

Yet international outcry has been — at best – muted.

So, while holding the Jewish state to standards demanded of no other nation in the exercise of its right to self-defense may have explanations
other than anti-Semitism (or Judeophobia to be more precise), no really
compelling ones come readily to mind.

The real racism

This brings us back to where we began.

While the Jewish state faces unparalleled threats, and unconditional enmity,
it is continually condemned for acting to meet those threats and to
contend with that enmity — no matter what measures it adopts, no matter
how grave the peril, no matter how severe the provocation.

This then is the real racism that permeates the discourse on the Israel-Palestinian conflict:

• The expectation that the Jews jeopardize their security in order to maintain the viability of manifest falsehoods.


The perverse portrayal of every coercive measure undertaken by the IDF
to protect the lives of Jews against those striving to kill them, merely
because they are Jews, as racially motivated, disproportionate
violence.

• The disingenuous depiction of the inconvenience
caused to Palestinians by these measures as a more heinous evil than the
Jewish deaths they are designed to prevent.

• The attitude that
shedding Jewish blood is more acceptable than the measures required to
prevent it, an element that appears to be becoming increasingly
internalized into the discourse on the Israel-Palestinian conflict.

Israel needs to once again convey, unapologetically, to the world the
rationale for its founding: Jews will no longer die meekly.
http://www.jpost.com/Opinion/Columnists/Article.aspx?id=243452

Israel-and-the-Arab-World

October 28, 2011

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[1983 article:] ‘Palestine’s Lies and Facts’ and more

October 28, 2011

1983 article: ‘Palestine’s Lies and Facts’

[…]
But a lie is still a lie.

Lie No. 1: The Palestinians were a sovereign people and nation until they were “expelled” in 1948.

Facts: The area known as Palestine was a province of the Ottoman Empire from the 16th Century until the British took control in 1917. From 1917 until 1948, the area was under British operational control and, later, mandate.

There was never a Palestinian nation.

Further, the population of the entire area, according to a 1879 Encyclopedia Britannica, was never substantial and was ethnically diverse. Any inhabitants there were concentrated in two cities, Jerusalem and Jaffa, and in the nomadic Bedouin tribes.

There was also a constant Jewish community. From the time of the first census in 1844 to the present, there have always been more Jews in Jerusalem than Moslems. Large-scale Jewish immigration (more…)

Zionist Humane Israel offers Humanitarian aid to Turkey

October 24, 2011

Israel offers aid to Turkey following quake

IDF standing by to send assistance after 7.2-quake hits Turkey’s southeast; Turkish President Abdullah Gul tells Peres he hopes local rescue forces can handle situation
Ynet reporters Latest Update: 10.23.11, 20:06 / Israel News

Israel is preparing to send aid to Turkey in the wake of a powerful earthquake that hit the east of the country. The Foreign Ministry said that the scope of the assistance depends on Ankara’s willingness to accept it.

According to reports, up to 1,000 could be dead due to the 7.2-magnitue quake that struck the Van province Sunday. Turkey’s deputy prime minister said that around 45 buildings have collapsed in the town of Ercis and the city of Van. Ercis sits on a geological fault line.

Defense Minister Ehud Barak has asked the head of the Political-Military Affairs Division at the ministry, Amos Gilad, to offer Turkey “all the help that it needs.”
http://www.ynetnews.com/articles/0,7340,L-4137880,00.html

Israel prepares earthquake aid for Turkey JTA – Jewish & Israel News
[Oct. 23, 2011] – Israel has offered to send aid to Turkey following a strong earthquake that has collapsed buildings and reportedly left hundreds dead.
http://www.jta.org/news/article/2011/10/23/3089919/israel-prepares-earthquake-aid-for-turkey

More about Humanitarian Israel:

The Israel Forum for International Humanitarian Aid
http://www.israaid.org.il/idf_print.asp

Peace Buffs – Israel’s Humanitarian Efforts
When Turkey was in need, Israel was on the ground the next day (1999) … 1994, the Israeli government decided to send emergency medical aid to refugees of …
http://peacebuffs.com/index.php?page=israel-s-humanitarian-efforts

ISRAEL – GOOD VS EVIL JIHAD – CULTURE OF LIFE VS CULT OF DEATH

October 18, 2011

ISRAEL – GOOD VS EVIL JIHAD


CULTURE OF LIFE VS CULT OF DEATH

Oct/18/2011


Young Israeli, Gilad Shalit was released by the Islamists captors, in exchange for over 1,000 Arab-Muslims bent on killing Israeli civilians.


The life of one single Israeli Jew.


What the ‘for life’ culture is willing to sacrifice Vs the ‘cult-of-death,’ who sees an Arab woman’s womb as the “greatest weapon…” Who loves “death as much as” we “love life.”


While Israeli soldiers who are trained to practice restraint against those who announce/practice their attempted annihilation of every Jew in the region, the Arab-Islamic opponent through its “death factories,” does every trick in the book to cause civilian casualties, sacrificing its women and children, for this “sacred’ cult-ish idea/ideology.


On top of it, Israeli hospitals treat the very Arabs who are initiating violence, the same Zionist entity who practices ‘affirmative action’ on its (more than) equal Arab -minority- citizens.


If this is not the epitome of ‘good vs. evil,’ what is?



DEATH FACTORIES


OpEdNews – Article: The Hamas Death Factory
January 17, 2009 By Ari Bussel
The focus of this article is on Hamas. Operation Cast Lead would not have been needed, and indeed can be stopped immediately, if Hamas, a terror organization that calls in its Charter to the destruction of the Jewish State, were to stop its efforts to attain this goal.
Hamas has turned Gaza into a Factory of Death. I highlight below some of the Factory’s main characteristics.
The war that rages on has its front lines in Argentina and UK,India and USA, China and Venezuela, Russia and Egypt. It is a war in the area of public opinion, and we are all soldiers in the Public Diplomacy Front.
We are all part   and are likely victims   in a greater struggle between Sunni and Shiite Islam to achieve world domination. Therefore, we need to understand the threat. Only then will we be able to search and find the wisdom and courage with which to fight, with which to prevail as a victor.


The 20th Day, a Recap and an Update
January 15th, 2009. Day 20 of Operation “Cast Lead,” Israel’s attempt at stopping the firing of rockets from Gaza to Israeli cities and preventing further armament of Hamas in Gaza.
To achieve these goals, the manufacturing infrastructure in Gaza had to be destroyed and the very intensive smuggling operation from Egypt into Gaza had to be stopped. The enormous caches of advanced rockets (improved Grad2 and others) must also be destroyed. They have a very long shelf life and will eventually be used against Israel.


There is yet another unstated goal: A 22 year old soldier has been held by Hamas in Gaza after being kidnapped from Israel on6/25/2006. Gilad Shalit is in enemy’s hands for 930 days. He is afforded no visitation rights. The International Red Cross has not been allowed to see him. Gilad is the human face of Israel’s promise to its mothers and fathers that their sons and daughters will always come back home  that Israel will do everything possible to uphold this promise…


Operation Cast Lead rages on in Gaza. 9AM in Israel and already more than ten rockets and mortars were fired from Gaza toward Israeli cities. 11 soldiers were wounded during the night’s operations during which 35 armed gunmen were hit, mostly in aerial attacks directed by ground forces.Israel’s Air Force (IAF) attacked approximately 70 terrorist sites, including a mosque in Rafah used to stockpile rockets and served as an assembly area for senior operatives involved in launching rockets; 14 cells of armed gunmen; 14 sites used to launch rockets and mortars at Israeli communities and cities; five weapon storage facilities located in, and one tunnel located under, houses of Hamas operatives.
 
A Real War


This is war, although not by name (since Gaza is not a country and Hamas is a terrorist operation). People die, needlessly. “Needlessly” since the war can be stopped as soon as Hamas stops firing and ends its race for rearmament. There is a third unstated pre-condition: Hamas needs to change it Charter that calls for the destruction of the Jewish State. But Hamas does not want to stop.
Hamas also could have released Gilad Shalit any any point during the last 930 days or during the period of regrouping (Tahadia) that preceded Operation Cast Lead, but it chose not to do so.
Instead, Hamas uses the 22 year old Israeli soldier in the most cynical way, teasing Israel constantly. Now he is alive, now he is no longer safe. Now we do not hear or see him, next who knows what may be. Hamas’s fellow Iranian crony in the region, Hizbollah, used Ehud Goldwasser and Eldad Regev, may they rest in peace, in a similar manner, finally trading in their body parts to force Israel to do the unthinkable releasing hundreds of terrorists, including one who for the pure barbaric joy of the act, smashed the skull of a four year old girl   just because she was Jewish, just because she was Israeli, JUST BECAUSE THERE IS ISRAEL.


The Hamas Death Factory


Hamas does not only trade in the hope of parents to see their 22 year old son back safely, it also exhumes bodies from recently dug graves to parade them for hours at a time on Al Jazeera “news” network and on the internet as “fresh casualties.” Hamas also constantly manufactures fresh dead bodies. This it does on both sides of the border firing rockets and mortar shells toward Israel to kill and maim as many people as possible,and firing from within high rise buildings, schools, hospitals and mosques,making sure to surround itself with civilians, so even with the utmost effort and consideration by Israel, they become casualties of war.


Hamas turned Gaza into a very sophisticated manufacturing facility of death. Every step is booby trapped, from buildings to chicken feed buckets. Tunnels are dug underneath to trap and kidnap soldiers as wellas to provide hiding and storage spaces. Sniper posts were erected near mosques. Ammunition and weaponry caches are stored in multi-story residential buildings. More than a million people act as a cover, an invisible protection for this Death Factory.


Hamas has taken the freedom away from the Gazans. It uses the Gazans who elected it into power as human shields whose life is to serve two purposes   to add to the fight against Israel in the front of public opinion and to ensure that their death is highlighted, paraded and used to brainwash tens of millions of new fighters and haters of Jews, Israel and the West. Hamas thus plays a major role in the advance of radical Islam toward global domination…
A Manufacturing Facility of Death, a trap both as a physic allocation (step through a door, the house will explode; come close to a fuel depot, the whole village will be incinerated; fire at a building from which rockets were launched and secondary explosions of ammunition stored will cause phosphorus burns or inflict even more pain and death) and as a PR stunt (shoot from the UN building or from the building where the Foreign Press is reporting,and the whole world will be angry at Israel).


This is not a video game. It is a real life (and death) situation in which the points add in the speed of light in favor of the main player: HAMAS. Hamas’s task is very easy: launch at Israel you win. Sacrifice your people you win. Improve the lives of your people? Hamas came into power since it-much like Hizbollah in the north-provided much needed social services, a support network to the local population. Yet,its schools and mosques served as indoctrination points, and the true purpose surfaced.


In the Manufacturing Facility of Death, there is no real interest to improve the lives of the Gazans. With the billions already spent and the billions now committed to the Gazans, one should ask oneself why is Gaza not the next Cannes-along-the-Mediterranean? Why is there no manufacturing (not of explosives and booby-traps and other death-related instruments),agriculture and science and technology?
Why are there still refugee camps with little if any infrastructure? What has the UN done over the past many decades when the palestinian refugees are its sole focus and reason for existence? Why has the Arab world not insisted on improving the lives of their fellow brethren theGazans and allowed instead the continued smuggling operation stockpiles of advanced weaponry, trained terrorists, Iranian experts in warfare into Gaza?
http://www.opednews.com/articles/The-Hamas-Death-Factory-by-Ari-Bussel-090115-410.html



FACING GENOCIDE


Israel Has Always Faced Arab Genocide – Op-Eds – Israel National News
Sep 2, 2003 – To fully understand current conflicts in the Middle East, history must be recalled.
http://www.israelnationalnews.com/Articles/Article.aspx/2692


Society: Volume 7 – Page 138 – Washington University (Saint Louis, Mo.). Community Leadership Project – Rutgers–The State University, 1969
In any event, the importance of the Palestinians has clearly grown, and the question now arises: can a … Arab pronouncements about the mass killing of Jews, about driving them into the sea, were thus as consistent as they were widespread. For insofar as it was politicidal (that is, calling for the annihilation of a state), the Arab  position had to become genocidal, even if the Arabs had not been bent on revenge.
http://books.google.com/books?&id=_Od5AAAAIAAJ&q=annihilation


The Wiener Library bulletin: Volumes 24-25 – Page 1 – Wiener Library – 1970 – Snippet view
The Meaning of ‘ A Democratic Palestinian State’ by Dr Yehoshafat Harkabi … far as it was politicidal (ie calling for annihilation of a state), was bound to have genocidal implications, even had the Arabs not been bent upon revenge.
http://books.google.com/books?id=5XseAQAAMAAJ&q=annihilation


Jewish frontier: Volume 36 – Page 7 – League for Labor Palestine, Jewish Frontier Association – 1969
…They are sincere friends of Israel and anti-Semitism horrifies them, just as they are horrified by the idea that Israel might one day disappear from the map of the Middle East or that the Israelis might be exterminated or blown to the…
Do they know what it means to hear constantly, “You will die, you will be slaughtered, your women will be raped, your children torn to pieces, your house destroyed?”… For the average Israeli such a “nuance” between “moderates” and “extremists” is of no importance; for him it is of little relevance whether he is going to die immediately or later, since he acts on the principle that he has no intention of submitting to either now or in the future. Ten times a day one hears from Rabat to Karachi, “Israel must disappear from the face of the Earth! … We are told: “Leave the occupied territories and you will know peace.” And what about the peace of 1948, of 1952 and 1953 and of 1954 and 1955? Have the unfortunate people taken in the ambush that cost the lives of sixteen passengers in a bus in the Negev already been forgotten? And those killed in a grenade attack by Arab terrorist against Yemenite immigrants who were celebrating a marriage? At that time Israel occupied only the territories which many are now willing to consider as acceptable frontiers. That did not prevent the Arabs from threatening us. We are told that the Arabs have been humiliated. Is that Israel’s fault? Or rather is it not the fact that for twenty years the Arabs have erected a thought- structure constructed from…
http://books.google.com/books?id=O2YeAAAAMAAJ&q=%22for+him+it+is+of+little+relevance+whether+he+is+going+to+die+immediately+or+later%22


Proceedings – Assembly of Western European Union: Actes officiels – Assemblée de l’Union de l’europe occidentale: Volumes 3-4 – Western European Union, Western European Union. Assembly – W.E.U., 1979  – Page 111
… of the charter as it now stands, which in every one of its, I believe, thirty-two articles has only one motif — Israel must disappear from the face of the earth, and by force. One cannot expect Israel to have any official contact with the PLO as long as this charter remains as a pistol aimed at Israel’s heart.
http://books.google.com/books?&id=TgkVAAAAYAAJ&q=motif


A History of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict – Page 393 – Mark A. Tessler – Indiana University Press, 1994 – 906 pages – Preview
Cairo Radio announced on May 25, for example, that “the Arab people is firmly resolved to wipe Israel off the face of the earth and to restore the honor of the Arabs of Palestine.” The next day Nasser made a speech to Arab trade unionists in which he stated that “the Arab people wants to fight. . . . Sharm al-Sheikh implies a confrontation with Israel.
Taking this step makes it imperative that we be ready to undertake a total war with Israel.” On May 28, Nasser told a press conference, “We will not accept any possibility of coexistence with Israel,” …
For example, the PLO’s Ahmad Shuqayri coined a famous phrase by asserting that the Arabs would throw the Jews into the sea. The president of Iraq expressed the same idea. On May 31 he stated, “The existence of Israel is an error which must be rectified. This is our opportunity to wipe out the ignominy which has been with us since 1948. Our goal is clear — to wipe Israel off the map.” That Israelis had heard such statements before only deepened their assurance that the Arab world was unwilling to accept the existence of the Jewish state and would, if possible, use the opportunities and crises of May 1967 to pursue an objective to which it had long been committed.
http://books.google.com/books?id=3kbU4BIAcrQC&pg=PA393


Women and revolution in Africa, Asia, and the New World – Page 291 – Mary Ann Tétreault – [Univ of South Carolina Press,] 1994 – 456 pages – Preview
Since in Israel there is a constant threat of annihilation, the desire for children is a prime motivation for these young couples. In this atmosphere, women define themselves as wives and mothers and occupy traditionally female roles.
http://books.google.com/books?id=X95R043HBJwC&pg=PA291


University of Detroit Mercy law review: Volume 73, Issues 3-4
[Page 490]
University of Detroit Mercy. School of Law – 1996 – Snippet view
Annihilation of Israel remains the goal of all Arab frontline states and Iran. Attrition, as a complementary … Wars of annihilation and the crime of genocide need not be mutually exclusive. Indeed, such a war might well be the …
http://books.google.com/books?&id=LBgXAQAAMAAJ&q=annihilation


Armageddon: Appointment with Destiny – Grant R. Jeffrey – [Random House Digital, Inc.,] 1997 – 320 pages – Google eBook – Preview
However, the implacable hatred of the Arabs is the true cause of the last four wars against Israel. The Arab nations tried to annihilate the Jewish state in three wars (1948, 1956, and 1967) long before the Jews had occupied the West Bank, Gaza, and the Golan Heights.
http://books.google.com/books?id=FCsMLp4XOVIC&pg=PT159


Israel Has Always Faced Arab Genocide – Opinion – September 02, 2003 –  To fully understand current conflicts in the Middle East, history must be recalled… Arab/Islamic plans for genocidal extermination of Israel have never been kept … for Israel’s “annihilation” and “liquidation” – there were no “Palestinian …
http://www.israelnationalnews.com/Articles/Article.aspx/2692


The Unavoidable Surgery – Page 136 – Mati Alon – [Trafford Publishing] 2003 – 276 pages – Preview
Because of the Jewish natural rights and historical rights to the Land of Israel and because of the Arabs’ hostility and belligerence during the last century, the bloody Arab riots of 1921, 1929, and 1936- 39, because of their acts of war during the last thirty years, 1948, 1956, 1967, 1970, and 1973 and their constant threat to annihilate the Jewish population of Israel, not one single square … The Arabs were always very disturbed by the strong ties the Jews had to their country, Eretz Israel.
http://books.google.com/books?id=ZPPaQYSHvP0C&pg=PA136


The Arab-Israeli Conflict – Page 15 -Alex Woolf – Gareth Stevens, 2004 – 64 pages
Iraqi president Rahman Aref declared, “Our goal is to wipe Israel off the map.” 
http://books.google.com/books?id=AWVRDF-eK8UC&pg=PA15


The one-state solution: a breakthrough for peace in the Israeli-Palestinian deadlock – Virginia Tilley – University of Michigan Press, 2005 – 276 pages – Google eBook – Preview
In this view, it is primarily Arab hatred for Jews and Israel’s constant threat of annihilation from Arab armies, … Israel’s remaining a Jewish state—in the sense of Jews dominating the state institutions—is therefore argued as an …
http://books.google.com/books?id=dUn701_Rkp4C&pg=PT173


Terror in the Holy Land: inside the anguish of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict – Page 8 – Judith Kuriansky – [Greenwood Publishing Group] 2006 – 280 pages
The present-day refusal of Arab states to recognize Israel triggers deep wounds in the Jewish psyche and reinforces their belief that they continue to be a nation living under the constant threat of annihilation.
http://books.google.com/books?id=NXIVd7BWIu8C&pg=PA8


Not to Forget, Impossible to Forgive: Poignant Reflections on the Holocaust – Page 291 – Moshe Avital – Mazo Publishers, 2008 – 340 pages – Google eBook – Preview
Each time a German official was ready to make a deal with Jews in Europe to free a number of them from concentration camps for a bribe, the Mufti intervened and the deal was off. He was responsible for ruining the possibility of …
http://books.google.com/books?id=GD3M7pzEm7QC&pg=PA291


Strategic culture and weapons of mass destruction: culturally based insights into comparative national security policymaking – Page 97 – Jeannie L. Johnson, Kerry M. Kartchner, Jeffrey Arthur Larsen – Macmillan, 2009 – 285 pages
Israeli Strategic Culture Israel’s is a strategic culture in transition. The Jewish people have been subject to exile … by the larger Arab world (and, increasingly Iran), the state of Israel is under constant threat of annihilation .
http://books.google.com/books?id=HxDrgMI_rL8C&pg=PA97


Worse than war: genocide, eliminationism, and the ongoing assault on humanity – Page 575 – Daniel Jonah Goldhagen – PublicAffairs, 2009 – 658 pages
“I encourage Palestinians to take suicide bombings worldwide. Don’t be shy about it.” While Hamas, Islamic Jihad, and other Palestinian genocide bombing groups have not yet acted upon this, their and other Political Islamists’ …
http://books.google.com/books?id=NCSUPzzTdMEC&pg=PA575


Reaching Beyond the Religious: Seven Universal Wisdom Themes from Seven Thousand Years of Human Experience – Page 82 – Elan Divon – [iUniverse] 2010 – Body, Mind & Spirit – 208 pages
The book therefore “looks at how Israel’s disadvantages—a hostile environment, constant threat of annihilation, isolation from the outside world—have actually helped make the country a hotbed for entrepreneurs.”87 Hence, the book argues …
http://books.google.com/books?id=udrQA2fBAnwC&pg=PA82



FrontPage Magazine – Hezbollah’s Calls for Genocide
Aug 14, 2006 – Hezbollah’s Calls for Genocide By: David G. Littman … to the Middle East problem, namely the annihilation and destruction of the Jewish state. … organization Hezbollah for its repeated calls for the genocide of all Jews.
http://archive.frontpagemag.com/readArticle.aspx?ARTID=3100


6 in 10 Palestinians reject 2-state solution, survey finds
 73% of 1,010 Palestinians in W. Bank, Gaza agree with ‘hadith’ quoted in Hamas Charter about the need to kill Jews hiding behind stones, trees.
[…]
Only one in three Palestinians (34 percent) accepts two states for two peoples as the solution to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, according to an intensive, face-to-face survey in Arabic of 1,010 Palestinian adults in the West Bank and the Gaza Strip completed this week by American pollster Stanley Greenberg.
http://www.theisraelproject.org/site/apps/nlnet/content2.aspx?c=hsJPK0PIJpH&b=6415481&ct=11009261&printmode=1
 
6 in 10 Palestinians reject 2-sta… JPost – Diplomacy & Politics
Jul 15, 2011 – 73% of 1010 Palestinians in W. Bank, Gaza agree with ‘hadith’ quoted in Hamas Charter about the need to kill Jews hiding behind stones, trees.
http://www.jpost.com/DiplomacyAndPolitics/Article.aspx?id=229493


Palestinians Promote Genocide; NYTimes Silent | FrontPageMag
Sep 16, 2011
http://frontpagemag.com/2011/09/16/palestinians-promote-genocide-nytimes-silent/


CBN – A new poll among Palestinians indicates there’s overwhelming support for the charter of the terrorist group Hamas — a dangerous element if the Palestinians gain statehood in September.
The Israel Project found that 80 percent Palestinians support Hamas. The desire to annihilate the Jewish people is one of the main goals of the Hamas organization.
http://www.cbn.com/cbnnews/insideisrael/2011/August/Poll-Reveals-4-out-of-5-Palestinians-Support-Hamas-/



GILAD SHALIT VS BLOODY ARAB TERRORISTS


Female terrorism and militancy: agency, utility, and organization – Page 161
– Cindy D. Ness – Psychology Press, 2008 – 242 pages – Google eBook – Preview
The observed differences between the interview data of would-be female suicide bombers and the testaments that actual suicide bombers have left … Yasser Arafat had referred to the womb of the Palestinian woman as the best weapon of the Palestinian people.
http://books.google.com/books?id=E2lXTpn4NZEC&pg=PA161


An Arab-Made Misery
Mar 21, 2009 – Yasser Arafat said the Palestinian woman’s womb was his best weapon. For 60 years, Palestinians have been used and abused by Arab regimes and Palestinian terrorists in their fight against Israel.
http://www.aish.com/jw/me/48965141.html


Foreign media flock to Israel ahead of Shalit exchange deal‎
Ha’aretz – Danna Harman – Gilad Shalit – 17.10.11


Foreign media flock to Israel ahead of Shalit exchange deal
A number of major broadcast outlets, including Arab stations Al Arabiya and Al Jazeera, say they intended to cover the event live.
 … in the release of one Israeli soldier for over 1000 Arab prisoners.
http://www.haaretz.com/print-edition/news/foreign-media-flock-to-israel-ahead-of-shalit-exchange-deal-1.390333


‘Our loved one’s killers are going free’‎
Israel Today – Ryan Jones – [Oct. 18, 2011]


This is but a small sampling of the hundreds of terrorists with blood on their hands that were exchanged for Shalit. Despite the difficulty of accepting
http://www.israeltoday.co.il/News/tabid/178/nid/22980/language/en-US/Default.aspx


Israeli Arab Terrorists Will be First to be Released‎
Arutz Sheva
http://www.israelnationalnews.com/News/Flash.aspx/222384


Minister Ayoub Kara: ‘Don’t Forget Ouda Tarabin in Egypt!’‎
Arutz Sheva – 10/17/2011
[…]
More than 1000 terrorists, including hundreds of multiple murderers with Jewish blood on their hands, will be exchanged for the 25-year-old soldier in that …
http://www.israelnationalnews.com/News/News.aspx/148846


Dagan: This Deal is Worse than Previous Offers‎
Arutz Sheva – Elad Benari – [Oct. 18, 2011]
Former Mossad chief rejects Shalit deal, says it is worse than offers made … is worse than the previous deal because it includes Israeli Arab terrorists…
http://www.israelnationalnews.com/News/News.aspx/148866


BREAKING: Israel And Hamas Reach Gilad Shalit Prisoner …the Gilad Shalit exchange deal: Gilad Shalit for over 1000 terrorists, responsible for the …
The Nation of Israel is a unique people. We are all mutually responsible for each other, as our Sages said: “He who saves one soul, it is as though he saved an entire world.” Tonight, I bring the Government a proposal to save Gilad Shalit, to finally bring him home to Israel after five years.
http://www.israellycool.com/2011/10/11/breaking-israel-and-hamas-reach-gilad-shalit-prisoner-exchange-deal/


Gilad Shalit looks frail and emaciated: what have his captors done to him? Telegraph.co.uk
Andrew M Brown
Gilad Shalit, the Israeli soldier who’s just been released after five years in a Palestinian jail, is relieved to be free. No wonder. To look at him now, compared with earlier photographs, he appears to have lost a good deal of weight. In the press conference this morning he seemed dozy, and his complexion is blanched. He looks as I imagine someone to look who’s just emerged from lengthy seclusion in a darkened room. He appears undernourished.
http://blogs.telegraph.co.uk/news/andrewmcfbrown/100111785/gilad-shalit-looks-frail-and-emaciated-what-have-his-captors-done-to-him/



“WE [ISLAMISTS] LOVE DEATH AS MUCH AS YOU [ISRAEL] LOVE LIFE”


A Genealogy of Evil: Anti-Semitism from Nazism to Islamic Jihad – Page 6 -David Patterson – Camridge University Press, 2010 – History – 296 pages
Hassan Nasrallah (b. 1960), head of Hezbollah, boasts that Islamic Jihadists choose death over life. Said Osama bin Laden (b. 1957) to CNN reporter Peter Arnett in March 1997, “We love…death…as much as you love life.” In a sermon delivered on 25 May 2001, the Palestinian Liberation Organization’s mufti of Palestine from 1994 to 2006, Ikrima Sabri (b. 1939), declared, “We tell them [the Jews]: in as much as you love life – the Muslim loves death.” Thus, not only is the Torah’s summons to choose life abrogated, but so is its prohibition against murder.


The evil that surrounds the Jihadist love for death lies in a love for the death of the other human being – specifically, the death of the Jew. That is what they love – not the death of oneself for the sake of another, not the death that affirms life in an affirmation of the One who commands us to choose life and forbids us to murder. No, the Jihadists love inflicting death: witness the mass celebrations that occurred throughout the Muslim world over the murders committed on 9/11. The Jihadists love inflicting death so much that they are literally dying to kill – or rather, they are bent on indoctrinating their children in the desperate longing to kill, as stipulated in Article Eighteen of the Hamas “Charter of Allah.”20 Here and elsewhere their discourse makes it clear that they have no love for the One who forbids both self-murder and the murder of others. Simply stated, the Islamic Jihadists’ love for death is a love for murder, a love for making their children into murderers. Murder is as much a defining feature of Islamic Jihadism as, in the words of Emil Fackenheim, it was the “pure essence” of “the Nazi empire.”
[…]
Forging murder and suicide into a single action of “martyrdom,” the Islamic Jihadist evil… the Jihadists make God into the Führer… a god whose commandment is not merely to choose death but to love death, as the Jihadists themselves boast. Once the “divine” injunction is to pursue death over life – death through murder – we face an evil even more radical than the Nazi evil. Hannah Arendt once declared that “we cannot conceive of a ‘radical evil.'” Unable to accommodate the Nazi evil, writes Arendt, all we can say is that “radical evil has emerged in connection with a system in which all men have become equally superfluous.” With the Jihadist evil, not only are all men equally superfluous – all men must be enlisted into the project of making all men equally superfluous. Facing this radical evil, we are compelled to address its genealogy, so that, understanding where it comes from, we may see where it is going – and respond to it.
http://books.google.com/books?id=lMLmK-fmf8kC&pg=PA6&lpg=PA6
http://www.cambridge.org/aus/catalogue/catalogue.asp?isbn=9780521197472&ss=exc


“We Love Death”
Apr 6, 2011 – One of his last points read: “We love death more than you love life! … in bolstering the credentials of the radical jihadist scholars who promote it. … If the ultimate goal of Hamas and Hizbollah is to have their opponents sanction …
http://www.jewishideasdaily.com/content/module/2011/4/6/main-feature/1/we-love-death


Israel’s Hostage Deals Create Incentives for Future Hostage-Taking
[Oct. 11, 2011] – Some were let go in massive deals with groups such as Hezbollah wherein a few Israeli … Now, Israel may be poised to enact a similar deal with Hamas, … This gives hope to jihadists of the “you love life, we love death” camp.
http://www.commentarymagazine.com/2011/10/11/hostage-deals-hostage-taking/



DEATH CULT


Hollywood Hails Palestinian Death Cult [FPM]
http://archive.frontpagemag.com/readArticle.aspx?ARTID=5874


The Palestinian Death Cult | NewsReal Blog
Jan 25, 2010 – From Palestinian Media Watch: A Hamas TV program for children is once again promoting Shahada – Martyrdom for Allah – as a positive goal
http://www.newsrealblog.com/2010/01/25/the-palestinian-death-cult/


Palestinian Death Cult
Oct 8, 2003
http://www.cdn-friends-icej.ca/isreport/septoct03/cult.html


[PDF] Hamas – SWC
Mar 24, 2011 – Hamas and Suicide Bombing II: The Cult of Death
http://www.wiesenthal.com/atf/cf/%7B54d385e6-f1b9-4e9f-8e94-890c3e6dd277%7D/HAMAS_YESTERDAY_TOMORROW.PDF


[PDF] Memorializing terror Secretary-General Kofi Annan and the United …
their grandfathers – are eager to join the Islamist death cult that both characterizes Hizbullah in Lebanon and Hamas in the Gaza Strip..
http://jerusalemprayerteam.org/articles/pdf/memorializing.pdf



ISRAEL’S AFFIRMATIVE ACTION


Affirmative Action ? the Israeli Edition – Op-Eds – Israel …7 Feb 2002 … Affirmative Action ? the Israeli Edition. by Steven Plaut … to the Arab aggression against Israel supported by most Israeli Arab students, …
http://www.israelnationalnews.com/Articles/Article.aspx/844


ISRAEL: THE JEWISH AFFIRMATIVE ACTION STATE – Think-Israel The Israeli Arabs’ concept of a Jewish and democratic state means a state for all its citizens, rejecting Jewish affirmative action. They don’t want Israel …
http://www.think-israel.org/pasko.affirmative.html


Affirming affirmative action
Social and economic inclusion of Arab society in Israel will contribute to creating true equality, the foundation stone for building a shared society – a declared, key goal of MK Avishay Braverman, the minister of minority affairs. Let’s hope the plan succeeds, and impels us to move in the right direction.
By Mohammad Darawshe
Last week the cabinet approved an investment of more than $210 million in the economic development of the Arab community over the next five years. This is considered the largest such investment ever in this population, and is intended to strengthen the economy through construction and expansion of industrial areas, creation of administrative institutions, development of professional and academic training programs, and improvement of the police force, as well as infrastructure, tourism, transportation and day-care services.
http://www.haaretz.com/print-edition/opinion/affirming-affirmative-action-1.283819


Israel a safe haven for Arabs – Israel Opinion, Ynetnews 27 Apr 2011 …
Op-ed: Israel is only place in Middle East where Arabs are entitled to full democratic rights
The Tunisian revolution began when a green grocer, Mohamed Bouazizi, self-immolated after suffering from severe police harassment. Through this brave, desperate act, he was transformed into the symbol of the new Arab revolution. Reflecting on Bouazizi’s ultimate act of protest, one can hardly conceive of what atmosphere and surroundings would compel an individual to resort to such an extreme Israel’s Arab citizens are also afforded affirmative action measures in educational institutions and government offices.
http://www.ynetnews.com/articles/0,7340,L-4061229,00.html


Mazuz wants affirmative action for Arabs – Israel News, Ynetnews 17 Dec 2008 … News: After ultra-Orthodox block bill granting Arab sector …
http://www.ynetnews.com/articles/0,7340,L-3640231,00.html


Zionism as Affirmative Action – The Israel Report April 2001 After the Arabs invaded Israel, most diplomats and military experts predicted its quick … is more accurately described in terms of affirmative action. …
http://christianactionforisrael.org/isreport/april01/zionism.html



HUMANE ISRAEL TREATS ARAB TERRORISTS


Israeli Hospital Treats Wounded Palestinians
By Julie Stahl
CNSNews.com Jerusalem Bureau Chief
February 09, 2007


Ashkelon, Israel (CNSNews.com) – Despite the ongoing Israeli-Palestinian conflict, Israel continues to treat Palestinians in its medical system, including an Israeli hospital in this southern coastal city that is helping those wounded in recent internecine fighting in the Gaza Strip.
http://web.archive.org/web/20070214123122/http://www.cnsnews.com/news/viewstory.asp?Page=/ForeignBureaus/archive/200702/INT20070209e.html


FactsOfIsrael.com: Israeli Hospital also treats Palestinian terrorists
May 18, 2002 – Israeli Hospital also treats Palestinian terrorists … that describes how a hospital in Afula, Israel, has been treating injured Palestinian terrorists as well. … The story of Ha’emek was mirrored in a CNN account that aired May…
http://www.factsofisrael.com/blog/archives/000048.html


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