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Palestinian Christians live in constant fear [Islamic apartheid]

February 20, 2008

Palestinian Christians live in constant fear [Islamic apartheid]
nationalpost ^ | 02-18-2008

Palestinian Christians live in constant fear National Post, Canada … The problem is not their behaviour but, in the eyes of the violent Islamist jihadists, their very presence. They must simply live in hope that some faraway event does not inflame the anti-Christian wrath of their neighbours. Is it any wonder that Christians in such situations desire to emigrate? Could anyone judge harshly the few thousand Christians in Gaza if they were to leave entirely?… and the fact that it [the YMCA attack] was not big news, illustrates the dire situation faced by many Christians living in the Palestinian territories.

http://www.nationalpost.com/opinion/columnists/story.html?id=317540

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Racism in the Islamic World How can peace prevail in the Middle East in the face of Islamic bigotry and hate? When will moderate Muslims speak out?

January 9, 2008

Racism in the Islamic World How can peace prevail in the Middle East in the face of Islamic bigotry and hate? When will moderate Muslims speak out?
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For years, the U.N., led by Islamic and Arab nations and their sympathizers, has accused Israel of racism, but the world consistently turns a blind eye to open, seething anti-Semitism in Islamic society.

What are the facts?

In one of the most astonishing propaganda coups ever, a United Nations conference on racism, which took place in Durban South Africa in 2001, declared that Zionism is racism. No wonder the U.S. and Israel walked out of the meeting, which was dominated by representatives of Islamic and Arab states and other anti-Israel forces, and whose conclusions were predictable from the outset.

The supreme irony of this conference was that it accused no other nation of racism—only Israel. In truth, Israel is perhaps the most racially and ethnically diverse and tolerant country in the world. More than half of Israel’s Jewish population consists of people of color—blacks from Ethiopia and Yemen, as well as brown-skinned people from Morocco, Iran, Syria, Egypt and Israel itself. In addition, Israel’s population includes more than one million Arabs, who enjoy the same civil rights as Jewish Israelis. In Israel hate speech is banned, and it is against the law to discriminate based on race or religion.

In contrast, anti-Semitism—a poisonous form of racism directed specifically against the Jewish people—is rampant in most all Islamic societies. Not only is anti-Semitism commonplace in Muslim nations, but it is propagated shamelessly by their leaders, in state-sponsored media, and by Muslim clergy.

For example, former Malaysian Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamed declared in a 2003 speech to the Organization of Islamic Conference that, “today Jews rule the world by proxy. They get others to fight and die for them.” Imagine if an American president had made a similarly sweeping and bigoted statement about blacks, Latinos or any other race—what a justifiable uproar, perhaps even an impeachment, would ensue. Yet there was no condemnation by the Muslim world of Mr. Mohamed’s comments. Rather, virtually all of the conference’s Muslim leaders actually voiced their approval.

In response to a terrorist attack in Saudi Arabia in May 2004, Crown Prince Abdullah declared that “Zionism is behind [these] terrorist actions in the kingdom.” (Zionism is the code word often used by Islamic anti-Semites for Jews.) U.S. Congressman Tom Lantos called the Prince’s assertion “an outrage . . . blatant hypocrisy,” but Islamic leaders were silent. In fact, millions of Muslims still insist that Zionists were behind the September 11 attacks on the World Trade Center.
Anti-Semitism is expressed so freely and ubiquitously in most Islamic societies that no citizen can escape it. During Ramadan in 2002, Egypt’s state-controlled TV aired “Horseman Without a Horse,” a program based on the notorious forgery, The Protocols of the Elders of Zion, in which Jews allegedly use the blood of non-Jews to make Passover matzot. In Iran, a TV series, “Zahra’s Blue Eyes,” portrays “Zionists” kidnapping Palestinian children and harvesting their organs.

Perhaps nowhere is the hatred of Jews more virulent than among the Palestinians. Most perniciously, Palestinian children are taught in school that Jews are descended from apes and pigs and that the most noble thing they can do is to kill Jews. Muslim clerics like Imam Ibrahim Madiras, an employee of the Palestinian Authority, declared in a 2005 television sermon, “Jews are a cancer” and later that, “Muslims will kill the Jews . . . [and] rejoice in Allah’s victory.” No surprise, then, that the 1982 doctoral dissertation of Palestinian president Mahmoud Abbas makes the astounding claim that “Zionists” collaborated with the Nazis to annihilate the Jewish people in order to drive the survivors to Palestine.

Anti-Semitism and the prospects for peace: Islamic anti-Semitism permeates the Arab Middle East and creates an atmosphere in which Jews are reviled and represented as subhuman. How can the Palestinian people embrace peace with a people represented by their religious and political leaders as dehumanized, evil beings? Even more importantly, how can Israel be expected to trust a so-called peace partner who expresses abject hatred and murderous intent toward Jews on a daily basis? Yet the U.S. and many European nations continue to demand that Israel make one-sided sacrifices for peace with a people steeped in racism and committed to its destruction.

Until Islamic leaders muster the integrity to relentlessly condemn anti-Semitism (and its evil twin, anti-Zionism), we can’t expect Israel to accept a forced peace with the Palestinians. Likewise, until moderate Muslims reject racism in all forms, they can’t expect Islam to enjoy full respect as a political and spiritual force among the world’s people.

“ Until Muslims reject racism in all forms, they can’t expect Islam to enjoy full respect as a political and spiritual force.”

History Upside Down The Roots of Palestinian Fascism and the Myth of Israeli Aggression

December 18, 2007

History Upside Down The Roots of Palestinian Fascism and the Myth of Israeli AggressionDAVID MEIR-LEVI

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In the United Nations, on university campuses, and among a growing number of our most prestigious Western newspapers, the historical record has been rewritten so thoroughly that Israel is seen as the worst of the oppressive Western occupiers of the Third World. So successful has this campaign been that Palestinian spinmeisters and their apologists have effectively declared that the Israelis, a people living in the shadow of the Holocaust, are themselves “Nazis.” How could this happen? How did unacceptable anti-Semitism morph into justifiable anti-Zionism, and odious Jew-hatred turn into a politically correct Israel-hatred?

In History Upside Down historian David Meir-Levi traces the ideological DNA behind Palestinian Nationalism and its ludicrous “alternative” histories, revealing how Nazi Fascism gave the Arab world’s amorphous hatred of the Jews an intellectual structure and how Soviet communism masked its genocidal intentions with the mantle of national liberation.

Meir-Levi then explodes the cornerstone myths that this movement created – myths that rationalize and celebrate decades of unremitting terror and genocidal ambitions, in effect turning the history of the Middle East upside down and inside out, making the victim the aggressor and the aggressor the victim.

History Upside-Down is the first wave in a counterattack against this Arab war on history. It rejects the idea that the basic situation in the Middle Easthas changed since the United Nations first established the Jewish state and the Palestinian state that would have stood alongside it. Sadly, argues Meir-Levi, the issue in the Middle East is today what it has been since the Muslim invasion in the seventh century: the Arabs’ hatred of the Jews.

http://www.encounterbooks.com/books/history/

Palestinians: Aggressors, Not Victims

December 18, 2007

Palestinians: Aggressors, Not Victims

By David Meir-Levi
FrontPageMagazine.com | Tuesday, November 27, 2007 Arab propaganda has been successful in presenting a picture of the Palestinian people as the helpless and innocent victims of Israeli aggression — potential friends of America who have been alienated by America’s support for Israel and its failure to support a Palestinian national state. This decision is itself the result of a “Jewish Lobby” run by “neocons” and “receiving its orders” from Israel. The fact that Palestinians are now led by two terrorist organizations, Fatah and Hamas, is also blamed on Israel and the United States rather than on the Palestinians who elected terrorists as leaders.According to Palestinian revisionism, the Palestinians lived from time immemorial in historic Palestine, a veritable paradise of flourishing orchards and fertile vineyards, teeming with happy peasants. Then, the evil Zionists came and, with the support of the British, stole the Palestinians’ land, exiled their people, and initiated a reign of terror and ethnic cleansing that has not abated until this very day.Goebbels died 60 years ago, but his core propaganda strategy lives on in the Great Arab Lie that there exists a Palestinian people who have suffered great injustices at the hands of Israel, the UK, and the USA. Arab leaders know that if they just keep repeating the same lie often enough, eventually people will believe it — and the greater the lie, the more readily will people believe it.

Since the Six-Day War, the Arab world’s most powerful leaders — in Egypt, Libya, Arabia, Syria, and Iraq prior to Saddam’s demise — have waged a war of words against Israel. Having failed to defeat Israel by means of naked military aggression, these leaders and their advisors decided, sometime between the end of the war and the Khartoum Conference of August-September 1967, to bring about the destruction of Israel by means of a relentless terror war.

To justify to the world their ruthless mass murder of Israeli civilians and their undying hatred of the West, these leaders needed to invent a bizarre and apposite reality. Slowly but surely, the reality of the “little David” Israel assailed by the “giant Goliath” of the entire Arab world has been reversed. Now the “Goliath” Israel is depicted as the racist, apartheid, war-mongering, oppressive, illegal occupier Jewish State, regional superpower, hell-bent on the destruction, indeed, the genocide of the poor, defenseless Palestinian people — the Middle East’s new “David.” This grotesque fiction could be foisted upon the world only if there were indeed a “little David” for Goliath Israel to oppress; only if Israel’s combatant in the conflict were not the entire Arab world, but rather some poor, enfeebled people who could mount no real defense against the Jewish superpower, but nonetheless had a stronger claim to the land of Israel than Israel itself.

Thus the PLO, under the tutelage of the KGB, invented “The Palestinian People.”

This propaganda war has developed a mendacious narrative which works in two directions at once. On one hand, Arab propaganda sources claim the Canaanites were Palestinians; Abraham was a Palestinian; so were David, Solomon, and even Jesus. And the Jews were interlopers, invaders, and conquerors in the days of Joshua, just as they are now.

On the other hand, Israel is discredited and delegitimised in the present by the endless anti-Israel resolutions in the UN, orchestrated in large part by the Arab bloc and their Russian (formerly Soviet) mentors; and by the constant clamor of Arab states to the world at large, promoting the risible assertion that Israel is the aggressor. This occurs even though Israel has sued for peace after winning each war, Israel has agreed a dozen times over to the creation of a Palestinian state on part of its land, even as Hamas’ qassam rockets fall daily upon innocent Israeli civilians, even as Hezbollah declares vociferously its goal of the annihilation of world Jewry, and Iran looks forward perpetrating a nuclear Armageddon in order to create a world without Israel. If only Israel were destroyed, they assert, then the entire Middle East would know peace.

This mendacious narrative is stalwartly bolstered by a growing host of pseudo-academics in Western universities, and by a cadre of Western journalists, who churn out books and articles that effectively rewrite history and archaeology in order to erase Israel’s connection to the Holy Land and thus deny both the Christian and Jewish historic and religious roots in the Land of Israel.

This propaganda campaign to legitimize the 60-year-old Arab war against Israel and to create the fiction of the “Palestinian people” as the poor oppressed victims of imperialist colonialist Israel, illegally occupying “Historic Palestine,” is a veritable war against History. It deals in lies, just the kind of lies Goebbels had in mind. And the biggest lie of all is the existence of a “Palestinian People.”

How the Lie BeganAfter he took over as leader of the PLO, [1] Arafat sent his adjutant, Abu Jihad (later the leader of the PLO’s military operations), to North Vietnam to study the strategy and tactics of guerilla warfare. Arafat was struck by Ho Chi Minh’s success with left-wing sympathizers in the United States and Europe. “Progressive” activists on American campuses, enthusiastically following the line of North Vietnamese operatives, had succeeded in reframing the Vietnam War from a Communist conquest of the South into a struggle for national liberation. An insight into this North Vietnamese PR campaign, which provided the key to the Communist victory and a lesson for PLO operatives, was offered by Ho’s chief strategist, General Giap: “Stop talking about annihilating Israel and instead turn your terror war into a struggle for human rights. Then you will have the American people eating out of your hand.”

Giap’s counsel was simple but profound: the PLO needed to work in a way that concealed its real goals, permitted strategic deception, and gave the appearance of moderation. And the key to all this was creating an image that would help Arafat manipulate the American and Western news media.

The PLO also looked to other examples of a “people’s war” to find both military allies and ideological paradigms. Thanks to input from the late Romanian President-for-Life Ceausescu, General Giap, and the Algerians, Arafat developed the images of the “illegal occupation” and “Palestinian national self-determination,” both of which lent his terrorism the mantle of a legitimate peoples’ resistance. After the Six-Day War, Muhammad Yazid, who had been minister of information in two Algerian wartime governments (1958-1962), imparted to Arafat some wisdom that echoed the lessons he had learned in North Vietnam:

Wipe out the argument that Israel is a small state whose existence is threatened by the Arab states, or the reduction of the Palestinian problem to a question of refugees; instead, present the Palestinian struggle as a struggle for liberation like the others. Wipe out the impression…that in the struggle between the Palestinians and the Zionists, the Zionist is the underdog. Now it is the Arab who is oppressed and victimized in his existence because he is not only facing the Zionists but also world imperialism. [2]Of course, there was one ingredient missing in this imaginative reconfiguration of the struggle: There had never been a “Palestinian People,” nor a “Palestinian Nation,” nor a sovereign state known as “Palestine,” nor even any specific territorial entity that could rightfully be called “historic Palestine.”

Inventing “Palestine”The term Palestine (Falastin in Arabic) was an ancient name for the general geographic region that is more or less today’s Israel. The name derives from the Philistines, who originated from the eastern Mediterranean, and invaded the region in the 11th and 12th centuries B.C. The Philistines were apparently from Greece, or perhaps Crete, or the Aegean Islands, and/or Ionia. They seem to be related to the Bronze Age Greeks, and they spoke a language akin to Mycenaean Greek. Their descendents, still living on the shores of the Mediterranean, greeted Roman invaders a thousand years later. The Romans corrupted the name to “Palestina,” and the area under the sovereignty of their littoral city-states became known as “Philistia.” Six-hundred years later, the Arab invaders called the region “Falastin.”

Throughout subsequent history, the name remained only a vague geographical entity. There was never a nation of “Palestine,” never a people known as the “Palestinians” nor any notion of “historic Palestine.” The region never enjoyed any sovereign autonomy, remaining instead under successive foreign sovereign domains from the Umayyads and Abbasids to the Fatimids, Ottomans, and British.

During the centuries of Ottoman rule, when the “dead hand of the Turk” (to quote Lord Byron, “Childe Harold’s Pilgrimage”) brutally frustrated the attempts at national self-determination among the Turks’ unhappy subjects in Greece, Armenia, Albania, and the Kurds, no Arabs under Turkish rule made any attempt to formulate an ideology of national identity, least of all the impoverished Arab peasantry in the region today known as Israel.

The emergence of Arab nationalism has been thoroughly documented, [3] and Arab sources are clear that even after the First World War, when the Ottoman Empire was carved up into various Middle Eastern nation-states, there was no concept of a separate state or people of “Palestine.” On the eve of the Paris Peace Conference in 1919, the very first congress of the Muslim-Christian Association met to select representatives; and they took care to note that the entity now termed Palestine by the British was “by national, religious, linguistic, natural, economic and geographical bonds” in inseparable part of Syria. [4] The same arguments were raised by Arab spokespersons in the UN on the eve of the 1947 partition plan.

The term Palestinian, ironically, was used during the British Mandate period (1922-1948) to identify the Jews of British Mandatory Palestine. The Arabs of the area were known as “Arabs”; and their own designation of the region was balad esh-Sham (the province of Damascus). While some Arab nationalist writers, and coffee-shop intellectuals in Cairo or Beirut, developed the concept of Arab nationalism in large part as a response to Zionism, the terms “Palestine” and “Palestinian” were used in their traditional sense as geographic designations, not as national identities.

In early 1947, in fact, when the UN was exploring the possibility of the partition of British Mandatory Palestine into two states, one for the Jews and one for the Arabs, various Arab political and academic spokespersons spoke out vociferously against such a division because, they argued, the region was really a part of southern Syria, no such people or nation as “Palestinians” had ever existed, and it would be an injustice to Syria to create a state ex nihilo at the expense of Syrian sovereign territory. [5]

An even greater irony is the fact that the Arab population of the region grew almost four-fold from the onset of the Zionist Endeavour (1855) to the beginning of Israel’s statehood (1948) in large part because of:

a) The efforts of the Zionist pioneers to reclaim waste land and turn it in to farmland, thus creating both farming and grazing land for Arabs; and

b) The substantial improvements in the economy of the region which were generated by both the British and the Zionists; and

c) The substantial improvements in the health services generated by the Zionists and the British.

From a mere 350,000 in 1855, the Arab population of the region increased to around 1.4 million by 1947. Part of this increase came from immigration in to the region from surrounding areas which lacked the burgeoning economy and health services offered by the British and the Zionists. Part came from the dramatic decrease in infant mortality and increase in longevity which the Arabs of the region enjoyed, thanks to the health and nutrition improvements generated by the Zionists and the British. [6]

Thus, it is quite likely that the majority of Arabs living in the West Bank and Gaza Strip today owe their very existence to Zionism and British Middle Eastern foreign policy.

During the 19 years from Israel’s victory in 1948 to Israel’s victory in the Six-Day War, all that remained of the UN’s partitioned territory to the “Arabs” of British Mandatory Palestine were the West Bank, under illegal Jordanian sovereignty, and the Gaza Strip, under Egyptian rule. Never during these 19 years did any Arab leader anywhere in the world argue for the right of national self-determination for the Arabs of these territories. A “Palestinian” nation and “Palestinian” people had not yet been invented. Even Yasser Arafat, from the earliest of his terrorist days until 1967, used the term ‘’Palestinians’’ to refer to the Arabs who lived under, or had fled from, Israeli sovereignty; and the term “Palestine” to refer to Israel in its pre-1967 borders (the 1949 armistice line).

Article 24 of the PLO’s original founding document, the PLO Covenant, states: “this Organization (the PLO) does not exercise any regional sovereignty over the West Bank in the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan, in the Gaza Strip or the Himmah area.” For Arafat before the Six-Day War, Palestine was Israel. It was not the West Bank or the Gaza Strip; because the West Bank and the Gaza Strip belonged to other Arab states, and the inhabitants of these areas were not numbered among the Palestinians whose “homeland” Arafat sought to “liberate.” The only “homeland” for the PLO in 1964 was the State of Israel. However, in response to the Six Day War, the PLO revised its Covenant on July 17, 1968, to remove the operative language of Article 24, thereby newly asserting a “Palestinian” claim of sovereignty to the West Bank and Gaza Strip.

This ploy was, perhaps inadvertently, revealed to the West in a public interview with Zahir Muhse’in, a member of the PLO Executive Committee, in a March 31, 1977, interview with the Amsterdam-based newspaper Trouw.

The Palestinian people does not exist. The creation of a Palestinian state is only a means for continuing our struggle against the state of Israel for our Arab unity. In reality today there is no difference between Jordanians, Palestinians, Syrians and Lebanese. Only for political and tactical reasons do we speak today about the existence of a Palestinian people, since Arab national interests demand that we posit the existence of a distinct “Palestinian people” to oppose Zionism. For tactical reasons, Jordan, which is a sovereign state with defined borders, cannot raise claims to Haifa and Jaffa, while as a Palestinian, I can undoubtedly demand Haifa, Jaffa, Beer-Sheva and Jerusalem. However, the moment we reclaim our right to all of Palestine, we will not wait even a minute to unite Palestine and Jordan. (Emphasis added.) Arafat himself said the same thing, on many occasions, and asserts often in his authorized biography (Alan Hart, Arafat: Terrorist or Peace Maker): “[T]he Palestinian people have no national identity. I, Yasser Arafat, man of destiny, will give them that identity through conflict with Israel.”

But such admissions could not stem the enthusiasm with which these fictions were greeted by Western leaders. Within a few years, the USSR’s invention of the fictitious narrative of Palestinian national aspirations and rights of self-determination created the facade of morality and legitimacy that the terrorists needed to curry favor with the EU, the UK, and the U.S. This same facade facilitated the Soviet implementation of its takeover, with the Arab bloc, of the UN General Assembly, and UN committees and functions outside of the Security Council.

“Palestinian nationalism” today?But what about today? After 60 years of unrelenting terror war against Israel, 60 years of hardship and privation incarcerated in refugee camps scattered throughout the Arab world — an incarceration forced upon them by their host Arab countries, not by Israel — after 40 years of the propagandistic pretense that the people today known the “Palestinians” were and are a cohesive national group with historic roots in what they call “Palestine,” and after 14 years of a “Palestinian Authority” created by the Oslo Accords to offer the “Palestinians” the framework and infrastructure of their own state…what is the condition of “Palestinian Nationalism” today?

For the answer to that question, we must look to the current demographic distribution of “Palestinians” both in Israel and in what they call the “Palestinian Diaspora.”

Estimates vary, but most place the Palestinian population at about 9 million worldwide. Of these, more than 3 millionlive in the West Bank and Gaza Strip today, [7] more than 4 million live in Arab countries, and the remainder have migrated elsewhere, mostly to the West. [8] These figures do not include the approximately 1.3 million Arab Israeli citizens (who are sometimes incorrectly referred to as “Palestinians” or “Israeli Palestinians”) living within the borders of pre-1967 Israel.

Although the Arab narrative states the “Palestinians” are Arabs who fled Israel in 1948, and fled the West Bank and Gaza Strip in 1967 and were forced in to refugee camps by their host Arab countries, less than one-third of all “Palestinians” in the Arab world and Israel live in refugee camps. More than 67 percent of these Palestinians have left the camps over the decades since those wars, and have created homes, jobs, and families for themselves throughout the Arab countries and the world.

Moreover, even those who remained in the refugee camps harbor no great desire to return to what the propaganda narrative claims are their homes and farms in Israel. In a 2003 opinion poll taken by Khalil Shikaki’s Palestinian Center for Policy and Survey Research (Ramallah, Palestinian Authority), only ten percent of respondents said they would agree to return to a Palestinian state. Only 10 percent of these respondents — i.e., one percent of the entire survey — would agree to return to their homes in Israel if it meant becoming citizens of Israel; they would return only if Israel no longer existed and had been replaced by a Palestinian state. [9]

Clearly the results of this poll presented a serious challenge to the concept of Palestinian nationalism and to the hype and hyperbole that the Arab narrative has given to the wholly fabricated concept of “right of return.” So serious was this challenge, and so totally incapable were Arab leaders of mounting any rational argument against it, that they resorted to violence in order to silence Shikaki. Shortly after the poll was published, “there were about a hundred people who basically stormed into the office. They wanted to attack me, attack the center, attack the staff. They believe that the right of return is being tampered with…What it indicated is that there is a great deal of softness, practicality, on the exercise of the right in terms of people electing or choosing their place of residence. That is the shocking, [sic.] in terms of for the first time, having these results being made public.” [10]

Shocking indeed. Other reports indicate that nearly 200 armed gunmen stormed Shikaki’s offices, destroyed computers and books and records, threatened and intimidated office workers, and threatened to kill Shikaki himself if he continued his work. Clearly such concrete evidence that the Palestinian’s putative love for his land and yearning for his ancestral home is long a thing of the past, if indeed it ever existed at all, is existentially threatening to the propagandists who demand a “right of return” for all the millions of “Palestinians” who now claim the status of refugees.

Shikaki’s poll is even more important when one considers the tragic plight of Palestinians, refugees or otherwise, in their Arab host countries. One might think, on the basis of the oft-ballyhooed commitment of Arab states to the “Palestinian cause” that their Arab brethren would treat the Palestinian refugees well in their host countries. But one would be wrong.

The Palestinians have suffered grievously at the hands of their Arab hosts. Conditions vary from country to country, but Arab host governments and societies have maintained a level of hostility toward Palestinians that expresses itself in numerous legal limitations on their rights of movement, employment, land and home purchase, citizenship, discrimination and general antipathy on the part of the host society. Studies of attitudes in various host countries indicate a fear and suspicion of the Palestinians, and a hostility bordering on violence [11] — this despite the almost universal agreement by Arab states to the Casablanca Protocol, in which is outlined the need for the proper care and rehabilitation of the refugees, but without compromising their status as refugees. [12]

This hostility has in some cases overflowed into lethal violence against the Palestinians by their host brethren. During the first Gulf War, Kuwait expelled 300,000 of its 440,000 Palestinian residents because they sided with Saddam Hussein when he invaded Kuwait, despite the fact that most of them had been born in Kuwait and lived there all their lives. This extreme Arab-vs.-Arab ethnic cleansing merited almost no column-inches in Western news outlets. More than a decade later, Kuwait’s hostility toward Palestinians and the Palestinian Authority is still intense. [13]

Perhaps even more revealing is the fact that once the Palestinian Authority was established, as a product of the Oslo Accords (of September 1993), and Palestinians worldwide looked forward to the emergence of an independent Palestinian state in the West Bank and Gaza Strip, there was no perceptible influx of Diaspora Palestinians to their erstwhile homeland.

In light of the above, one may reasonably ask: Why do Arab leaders and their Amen Corner insist on the Arab “right of return” and the fulfillment of the putative “inalienable right of national self-determination” for the “Palestinian people”? Half of the answer has already been given to us by Arafat himself and Zahir Muhse’in in the aforementioned interview. But, unfortunately, the other half is more heinous than the first. The fiction of an uprooted and oppressed “Palestinian people” is really much more than a justification for endless terrorism and war against Israel: it is also the hoax whereby the Arab bloc in the UN can maintain, at levels of near hysteria, their justification for a propaganda war and a terror war against the United States.

Palestinians in the Jihad against “global non-belief”As described above, Palestinians and their leaders were allied with the Nazis before and during World War II. After the war, Arab states offered safe haven to Nazi criminals and incorporated Nazi Jew-hatred in to traditional Muslim anti-Jewish ideology. During the Cold War, Palestinians were in alliance against the U.S. with the USSR, serving as their proxy terrorists against Western targets; and during the first Gulf War they sided with Saddam Hussein. Palestinian leadership and some significant part of the rank-and-file have been the enemies of the USA and the West for the past 70 years. [14]

Today, Hezbollah and Hamas work with Iran and al-Qaeda to advance the cause of global jihad. Israel is the first target, but the USA is next. Hezbollah’s leader, Hassan Nasr’allah has said, “’Death to America’ is not a slogan. Death to America is a policy, a strategy, and a vision.”

Just as Arafat served his Soviet masters, so too now do Hamas and Hezbollah serve Iran. Pursuant to Iran’s goals and strategies, Hezbollah has attacked many USA targets over the past 25 years. Iran’s use of Hezbollah as its proxy gives Iran “plausible deniability” in these actions. Of Hezbollah’s terror attacks against USA targets, the most deadly were the April 18 and October 23, 1983, suicide bombings against American targets in Beirut, killing 63 and 241 Americans respectively, wounding hundreds of others. [15]The tragic and very perilous reality is that Palestinian Arabs, since before World War II, have in large numbers supported the very worst of America’s enemies, from the Nazis to the Soviets to Saddam Hussein; and now they support the Islamo-fascist terrorist jihad against the West. Today the majority party in the Palestinian Authority is Hamas, a self-defined terrorist organization which has joined forces with Hezbollah, al-Qaeda, and Iran in their terror war against the West. On September 13, 2001, a high-ranking Hamas official told the world just how deeply Hamas hates the U.S. In response to the attack of 9/11, Dr. Atallah Abd as-Subh published an open letter to America, in which he said: “Allah has answered our prayers; the sword of vengeance has reached America and will strike again and again.” [16]Hamas cooperates closely with al-Qaeda. Since the Israeli unilateral and unconditional retreat from the Gaza Strip in August, 2005, al-Qaeda cells under the leadership of Abu Mus’ab al-Zarqawi, have entered the Strip and work alongside of Hamas and the dozen other terror groups at large there. Al-Zarqawi recruits Gaza Strip Palestinians with family members in the West Bank for his terrorist efforts because they can more easily cross the Israeli check points under the guise of “family reunions.”Al-Qaeda and Hamas and Hezbollah deployed for terror in the USA

Operatives from the major Arab and Iranian terror groups have infiltrated our own homeland with the intent to attack us from within. Palestinian terror groups and individuals are a key part of this operation. [17]Very little of this information has ever appeared in our mainstream media. Rather, the task of informing the American public of the dangers posed to us by Iranian and Palestinian terrorist jihad falls, with very few exceptions, to more highly specialized (and apparently more honest and courageous) media outlets.A survey of these non-mainstream media discloses the most discomforting evidence that Palestinian and other terrorists are:

  • Thoroughly and comfortably ensconced in downtown America, under the noses of law-enforcement and Homeland Security officials, and they number in the thousands; [18]
  • Training for war in secret camps in the USA; [19]
  • Infiltrating the USA’s own military; [20]
  • Penetrating Washington, D.C., with political influence, staffers, and spies; [21]
  • Exploiting our legal system to advance their propaganda and stifle criticism or analysis of their jihadist goals; [22]
  • Copying American Indian legal precedents in order to establish enclaves of Muslim legal independence in which Shari’a law trumps the Constitution inside the USA; [23] and
  • Working to prevent us from understanding the jihadist goals of these actions by dissimulating, covering up and whitewashing the terrorists and their apologists. [24]And our mainstream media seem ignorant of, or inclined to ignore, the accumulating evidence that jihadist sleeper cells abound with Hezbollah and Hamas and al-Qaeda terrorists hidden within the Islamic American community, waiting for the call to action from Teheran or Damascus. [25]

Palestinian attempted attacks on American SoilRecently declassified CIA documents reveal that as early as March 1973, the Palestinian terrorist group Black September, a PLO sub-group created by Arafat, tried to detonate three car bombs in New York City, timed to coincide with Israeli Prime Minister Golda Meir’s visit. The powerful bombs, which might have killed or wounded hundreds, failed to explode due to improper wiring of the timing mechanisms. It is now well known that Arafat ordered the murders of American and Belgian diplomats in Sudan. And since then the PLO and Fatah and other Palestinian terrorists groups have claimed dozens of Americans as their victims. Later, individual Palestinians carried out their own personal version of jihad with attacks or attempted attacks on American soil. Palestinian Arabs in Brooklyn prepared a biological terror attack on a Brooklyn bus and a subway station, which was thwarted by an almost unbelievable stroke of good luck. (A neighbor in their Brooklyn apartment complex noticed the multiple UPS deliveries of glass laboratory equipment to their apartment. She alerted the police, thinking that they were running a ‘meth-lab’ in their kitchen). Palestinians were involved in the attack on the World Trade Center in February 1993. They had also planned to blow up the Lincoln and Holland tunnels, and the United Nations building.

And many more attacks have been planned. Especially after 9/11, al-Qaeda commanders and officials stationed in Western countries, including the United States, have recruited Hamas operatives and volunteers to carry out reconnaissance or to serve as couriers. In August 2004, two suspected high-level Hamas operatives, Mohammed Salah and Abdelhaleem Ashqar, were detained in the U.S. and charged with providing material support to Hamas, racketeering and money laundering. In November 2003, Jamal Aqal, a Gazan who emigrated to Canada, was arrested in Israel under suspicion of receiving weapons and explosives training from Hamas for use in future terror attacks in Canada and New York City. Aqal pleaded guilty in 2004 to planning to kill American and Canadian Jewish leaders and Israeli officials traveling in the U.S.

Also in 2004, Ismail Selim Elbarasse, a long-time Hamas money man, was arrested in Maryland, reportedly after authorities witnessed his wife videotaping Maryland’s Chesapeake Bay Bridge from their SUV as Elbarasse drove. The images captured by Elbarasse’s wife included close-ups of cables and other features “integral to the structural integrity of the bridge,” according to court papers. Hamas leaders discussed openly their plans, and threats, to carry out terror operations against American targets in the Middle East and in the USA because of America’s support for President Abbas and the PLO after Hamas’ election victory. ConclusionDuring the week of June 13, 2007, Hamas forces soundly defeated the much larger and better armed Fatah forces in Gaza, killing at least 160 Arab Palestinian Fatah loyalists, effectively destroying the Palestinian Authority in the Gaza Strip and establishing complete control over the Gaza Strip.

This new development affords Hamas a prime strategic asset for escalating its violent campaign against Israel. This sudden and unexpected shift, this rebellion against Abbas, is also a rebellion against moderation; and it is a direct attack against U.S. goals in the Middle East. Hamas’ actions, and the widespread support for these actions among the Palestinian people, also reveal something else: that the Palestinian people are at war with America.

The history outlined above demonstrates that this war has been going on for three-quarters of a century, beginning in the 1930s with the alliance between the Grand Mufti of Jerusalem and Hitler, developing from the 1960s to the present with Arafat’s actions as an agent for Soviet policy and a supporter of Sadam Hussein in the first Gulf War, and Hamas’ overtly anti-American threats and attacks and its backing of Hezbollah’s attacks against Americans today.

It cannot be argued that hatred of America is restricted to only a small minority of Palestinians, the leaders, the fanatics, the extremists. Hundreds of thousands adored the Mufti and yearned for his Final Solution. Millions followed Arafat, cheering and celebrating when he hit both Israelis and Americans. Tens of thousands flocked to his banner to join his forces (Fatah, PLO, PFLP, PFLP-GC, DFLP, the abu-Nidal group, Tanzim, Force 17, el-Aqsa Martyrs’ Brigade, the Black September Group, among others) and created a full-fledged terrorist army.

Moreover, in 1996 the Palestinian people voted him in to office with a landslide victory. When his mandate expired in January of 2000, there was no opposition to his continued illegal control of the Palestinian Authority until his death in November 2004. After Arafat’s death, the voters’ loyalties shifted not to his supposedly more moderate successor, Mahmoud Abbas (nor to any of the other moderate parties on the 2006 PA ballot: Hanan Ashrawi’s “Third Way” party garnered only 3 percent of the votes on a platform of ending the Intifada), but to the terrorist army offering the most extreme agenda of terrorism and mass murder and endless war against Israel and against the USA: Hamas.

But why this animosity toward America? One reason commonly offered is that Palestinian hatred comes from U.S. support for Israel. The fictions of the “Palestinian people” who have been exiled and oppressed by Israel, and of the “Palestinian homeland” which has been stolen from its rightful owners by the evil Zionists, provide justification to Arab hatred against the USA for supporting Israel, the cause of all the Palestinian suffering.

But while the U.S. does support Israel, it has also done much to support the Arab world, the Palestinians, Yasser Arafat, and the PLO in particular. And the USA has been a prime mover in the efforts since World War II to create a Palestinian state alongside of Israel. After World War II, President Roosevelt took the uncompromisingly anti-imperialist position that Third World countries should be given the opportunity for self-determination; and the Muslim Third World was very much a part of his vision. On a regular basis from Roosevelt to Clinton, the U.S. has given almost as much money to Egypt as to Israel, has given billions more over the years to many other Arab states, and has given billions more to UNRWA for support of Palestinian refugees, and this despite the fact that UN representatives acknowledge that UNRWA refugee camps have become havens for terrorists whose targets include Americans and who have been complicit in the development of worldwide terrorism.

In addition to being a consistent source of financial largesse to the Palestinians, America has for almost 60 years has consistently and intentionally turned a blind eye to the fact that at least some of that money is used to recruit, train, equip, arm, and deploy terrorists against Israel, and at times against American targets.

As president, Jimmy Carter played a crucial role in Arafat’s makeover from terrorist to statesman, and as ex-president he has slavishly supported the Palestinians. Arafat was an honored guest at the White House more than any other head of state during Bill Clinton’s presidency. President Clinton hosted the signing of the Oslo Accords in 1993, which brought Arafat out of exile and set in to motion what should have been the creation of a Palestinian state. He presided, as well, over the Camp David II talks, in which Arafat was offered the state of Palestine on a silver platter. Presidents Clinton and Bush have authorized hundreds of millions of dollars of aid to the PA since the Oslo Accords (1993).

President Bush was the first American president to make a public commitment to the creation of a Palestinian state; and he led the “Quartet” in initiating the Road Map whose main goal was getting peace negotiations back on track so that a Palestinian state could emerge with the resolution of the conflict.

If their right to national self-determination and getting their own state were indeed what the Palestinians’ leadership wanted, that leadership would see the U.S. as an ally. But they see the U.S. as an enemy. Why? Because their most profound dreams do not involve national self-determination or a state of their own.

The Palestinians are instead motivated by the dream of what the most extreme of the world’s Muslim terror armies say they can deliver: the destruction of Israel, “Death to America,” and “Islam uber Alles.”

ENDNOTES:

[1] Much of the following is based upon research published in Meir-Levi, David, History Upside Down: The Origins of Palestinian Fascism and the Myth of Israeli Aggression (Encounter Books, 2007).The PLO was actually the brain-child of the KGB, which was creating a number of front “liberation” organizations throughout the Third World, which would serve as proxies for Soviet aggression against the West.

In 1964 the first PLO Council, consisting of 422 Palestinian representatives handpicked by the KGB, approved Moscow’s blueprint for a Palestinian National Charter—a document that had been drafted in Moscow—and made the KGB agent of influence, Ahmed Shuqairy, the first PLO chairman. The Romanian espionage service (DIE) was given responsibility for providing the PLO with logistical support. Except for the arms, which were supplied by the KGB and the East German Stasi, everything (as Pacepa wrote) “…came from Bucharest. Even the PLO uniforms and the PLO stationery were manufactured in Romania free of charge, as a “comradely help.”

The Soviets not only armed and trained Palestinian terrorists but also used them to arm and train other professional terrorists by the thousands. The International Department of the Central Committee of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union (CPSU), the Soviet Security Police (KGB) and Soviet Military Intelligence (GRU) all played major roles in this effort. The International Department of the CPSU, working out of the Lenin Institute in Moscow, had the main responsibility for supervising the curriculum of revolutionary thought and practice in these groups as well as liaison with the Central Committee of the CPSU. Selected members of Western and Third World Communist Parties following the Soviet line were trained there in psychological warfare and propaganda, as well as in military techniques and guerrilla warfare.

The CPSU also built Moscow’s Patrice Lumumba Friendship University to serve as a base of indoctrination and training of potential “freedom fighters” from the Third World. More specialized training in terrorism was provided at locations in Baku, Odessa, Simferopol, and Tashkent. Mahmoud Abbas, later to succeed Yasir Arafat as head of the PLO, was a graduate of Patrice Lumumba U, where he received his Ph.D. in 1982 after completing a thesis involving Holocaust denial.

[2] As quoted in Pacepa, Ion Michai, Red Horizons.[3] See George Antonius, The Arab Awakening: The Story of the Arab National Movement; Baruch Kimmerling and Joel S. Migdal, The Palestinian People: A History; and Rashid Khalidi, Palestinian Identity: The Construction of Modern National Consciousness, for very comprehensive and in-depth surveys of this topic, with ample bibliography.

[4] Hertz, Eli E., Myths and Facts, 2005, and cf. also Porath, Yehoshua, The Palestinian Arab National movement: From Riots to Rebellion, 1977. It is instructive in this context to note that Khalidi (supra note #3) attempts to make a case for a nascent national identity among the Arab Muslims of the Holy land, constructed over a long period of time, as early as the late 18th century. This assertion has found support in some of his reviewers (and cf. inter alia, Geoffrey Schad’s review of Palestinian Identity: The Construction of Modern National Consciousness, in the Middle East Policy Council Journal, Volume VI, February 1999, Number 3); but even a cursory reading of Khalidi’s treatment of this subject reveals that the only early example of what he calls “Palestinian National sentiment” is actually an example of Muslim religious apartheid. The Muslim religious leaders of Jerusalem protested the Sultan’s permitting French representatives to establish an office in Jerusalem in the late 18th century. The Jerusalem Muslim religious elite were affronted that an infidel “Ifrangi” (Frenchman) not under a dhimmi treaty should be allowed to pollute the sacred precinct with his presence. Disdain and disgust for someone of another religion is hardly an example of nationalist sentiment.[5] As correctly noted by Kimmerling and Khalidi (supra note #4) and Conan Cruise O’Brien in The Siege.

[6] For details regarding the population growth of the Arabs in the region in the century before the creation of the State of Israel, cf. Justin McCarthy, Population of Palestine (1990); and more generalized treatment of the issue by Joan Peters, From Time Immemorial, and Conan Cruise O’Brien, The Siege. See also http://www.cjpme.ca/documents/En%20Demographics%20Factsheet%20v.1.pdf and https://www.jewishvirtuallibrary.org/jsource/arabs/paldem1.html. [7] For a detailed discussion of the origins of the Arab Refugee Problem, the proof that the total onus of culpability for the creation of the Arab refugee population rests not upon Israel but upon the Arab states who invaded Israel in 1948, and the documented evidence for an original refugee population of around 725,000 (which magically burgeoned in to many millions over the past si decades), see David Meir-Levi, Big Lies (David Horowitz Freedom Center, 2005).It is important to note that the Arab population of the West Bank and Gaza Strip in 1965 was about 1,000,000. After the Six-Day War the population at first declined due to Arab refugees fleeing the Israeli army; but very shortly thereafter it began a rapid increase as refugees returned and the economy of the West Bank and Gaza Strip flourished under Israeli sovereignty. Since 1967 the Arab population there has almost quadrupled. Yet the spin-meisters and propagandists routinely accuse Israel of perpetrating a genocide on the Palestinians (some hedge their accusations with the bizarre assertion that it is a “slow motion genocide”).

The salutary nature of Israel’s sovereignty over the Arabs of the West Bank and Gaza Strip from 1967 to 1994 is confirmed by the UN. The UN provides a separate estimate of the total Palestinian population of the Gaza, East Jerusalem, and West Bank. It indicates that this population was 1,006,000 million in 1950, and rose to 1,100,000 in 1960, 1,094,000 in 1970, and then leapt to 1,477,000 in 1980 and 2,152,000 in 1990. This increase was the result of improvements in income and health services during the initial period of Israeli occupation before the Intifada. The Palestinian population rose to 2,629,000 in 1995 and 3,183,000 in 2000 – a more than 20% increase during the five years before the Israeli-Palestinian War [the second uprising] began [Source: Anthony Cordesman, “From Peace to War: Land for Peace or Settlements for War,” (DC: Center for Strategic and International Studies, August 15, 2003), pp. 12-13.]

[8] Below are samples of Palestinian population estimates from various sources including the UN and PASSIA (the Palestinian Academic Society for the Study of International Affairs, Ramalla, Palestinian Authority). [For maps of dispersion, and statistics showing where the bulk of the refugees live, go tohttp://mondediplo.com/maps/refugeesdiasporapaldpl2000 and

http://mondediplo.com/focus/mideast/a2335]. http://israelipalestinianprocon.org/?gclid=CKj3-4C74I8CFQpHhgodkWE2-QWest bank Arab Gaza strip Arab

1960

799,000

302,000

1970**

677,000

368,000

1980

964,000

497,000

1985

1,044,000

532,288

1990

1,254,506

642,814

1995

1,626,689

875,231

2000

2,020,298

1,132,063

2005

2,385,615

1,376,289

Sources & Notes:

Sources by Year:

1948

Wael R. Ennab “Population and Demographic Developments in the West Bank and Gaza Strip until 1990,” Study prepared for the United Nations Conference on Trade and Development (UNCTAD), 28 June 1994

1950 – 1980

Justin McCarthy “Palestine’s Population During the Ottoman and the British Mandate Periods,” 2001

1985 – 2005

U.S. Census Bureau “International Data Base (IDB), Country Summary: West Bank and Gaza Strip,” accessed online Sep. 19, 2007

Notes:

*

Increase in the Arab population due to Palestinian Refugees from the territory of the new state of Israel to the West Bank and Gaza Strip during the first Arab-Israeli War (1948-1949)

**

Decrease in the Arab population between 1960 and 1970 due to Arab refugees from the 1967 War.

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https://www.jewishvirtuallibrary.org/jsource/History/refugee_table.html

Distribution of Palestinian Refugees

(As of June 2000)

Registered Population

Number of Camps

Total Camp Population

Registered Persons not in Camps

Percentage of population not in camps

Lebanon

376,472

12

210,715

165,757

44.02

Syria

383,199

10

111,712

271,487

70.84

Jordan

1,570, 192

10

280,191

1, 290,001

82.15

West Bank

583, 009

19

157,676

425,333

72.95

Gaza Strip

842,622

8

451,186

391,436

46.45

Total

3,737,494

59

1,211,480

2,526,014

67.58

Source: UNRWA Liaison Office, DC2­1755
United Nations
New York, NY 10017
Tel. 212­963­2255
Fax. 212­935­7899

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Palestinian Population Worldwide

(mid-2001)

http://www.passia.org/

West Bank & Gaza Strip

3,298,951

Israel

1,012,741

Jordan

2,472,501

Lebanon

456,824

Syria

494,501

Egypt

51,805

Saudi Arabia

291,778

Kuwait & other Gulf

149,786

Libya and Iraq

78,884

Other Arab countries

5,887

The Americas

216,196

Other Countries

275,303

Total

8,807,518

Source: PASSIA (Palestinian Academic Society for the Study of International Affairs)

[9] Shikaki, Khalil, Palestinian Center for Policy and Survey Research, at http://www.pcpsr.org/survey/polls/2003/refugeesjune03.html. Shikaki’s poll was conducted between January and June of 2003, and published on his website in July of 2003, http://www.pcpsr.org/index.htmlMr. Shikaki took quite a bit of flack for this poll. Note Issam Mufid Nashashibi’s “Palestinians and the Right of Return,” in Counterpunch, August 21, 2003. Nashashibi condemned the poll as being rigged in order to undermine the rights of the Palestinians. The essence of Nashashibi’s criticism is that Shikaki did not include in his survey any Palestinians living outside of the refugee camps (Shikaki explains that he did this because they were no longer refugees, having integrated in to their host countries). It never seems to have occurred to Mr. Nashashibi that indeed, Palestinians born to 2nd and 3rd generation residents of various Arab countries who have jobs and homes and families in those countries might indeed be integrated in to those countries and would not want to return to his mythic “Palestine.”

The National Review also had some harsh words for Shikaki in Max Abrahms’ “Right of Return Revisited,” August 13, 2003. Abrahms pointed out that the problem was the nature of the questions posed. It seemed obvious to Abrahms that Palestinians would not want to go to a Jewish State, so, of course, 99% said no. But, opines Abrahms, they would want to return if the state were Palestine, and not Israel. It does not seem to have occurred to Mr. Abrahms that any such return would involve the destruction of Israel as a Jewish state…hardly a sound option if one is seeking peace in the Middle East.

Mr. Shikaki found a more friendly reception on NPR, where he was interviewed by Robert Siegel on “All Things Considered,” July 14, 2003 (http://www.npr.org/programs/atc/transcripts/2003/jul/030714.shikaki.html). Siegel agreed with Shikaki that this poll indicates that the “right of return” as demanded by Palestinian and other Arab leaders is, in reality, a dead issue. There is simply almost no one (maybe 1%) in the “Palestinian Diaspora,” whether in refugee camps or in other parts of the world, who is possessed of a yearning for a return to “historic Palestine.”
[10] Dr. Shikaki to Robert Siegel on NPR, supra note #9.
[11] See http://mondediplo.com/maps/refugeesdiasporapaldpl2000 and http://mondediplo.com/focus/mideast/a2335 for statistics and summary. For more detailed information, note Simon Haddad’s “Palestinians in Lebanon: Towards Integration or Conflict?” in http://www.arts.mcgill.ca/MEPP/PRRN/papers/haddad.html; and http://www.forcedmigration.org/guides/fmo025/fmo025.pdf for an extensive and fully footnoted discussion of Palestinians in Jordan, where in general they have been treated much better than in other host countries: with citizenship and rights to work and ability to integrate in to the country, get passports, travel abroad. For Syria, see “Palestinian refugees in Syria” in http://www.forcedmigration.org/guides/fmo017/fmo017-3.htm; And also http://www.un.org/unrwa/refugees/syria.html (Reprinted from UNRWA, http://www.unrwa.org). For the most comprehensive and critical treatment of the plight of the Palestinians in Arab host countries, see http://www.islamonline.net/english/In_Depth/PalestineInFocus/Thepeople/articles/01.shtml

[12] For a detailed discussion of the Casablanca Protocol, see “Protocol for the treatment of Palestinians in Arab States”, Sept. 11, 1965, in http://www.badil.org/Documents/Protection/LAS/Casablanca-Protocol.htm[13] http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/middle_east/1361060.stm.

[14] For a more detailed treatment of this subject, see Meir-Levi, David, History Upside Down (supra note #1). For detailed examination of Arafat’s allegiance to Saddam Hussein, cf: Glick, Carolyn, “The Baghdad-Ramallah Axis,” Jerusalem Post, Oct. 7, 2002; Karsh, E., Arafat’s War (2003); Idem, “Arafat’s Grand Strategy”, Middle East Quarterly, 8.3.04; Meir-Levi, David, “Left-wing Monsters: Arafat,FrontPageMagazine.com, Sept. 23, 2005; Rubin, B. & Rubin, J. C., Yasir Arafat: A Political Biography.And for Arafat’s alliance with Iraq during Gulf War 1, cf. also:

The PLO’s Palestinian Legislative Council denounced the U.S. missile strike in western Iraq (in response to Iraqi attacks on Kurds there last year), as “American aggression against the sister state, Iraq.” The PA also urged Arab states to provide Iraq “any form of financial aid and moral support…so that sister Iraq can recapture her natural place in the taking of the national and pan-Arab responsibility.” (An Nahar, Sept. 5, 1996)

In 1991, the PLO representative in Washington, Hassan Abu Rahman, circulated a fabricated transcript of a radio interview in which U.S. General Norman Schwarzkopf supposedly “admitted” that “the war that our men fought against Saddam Hussein was for Israel, our men fought to destroy Israel’s main enemy in the region.” (Jerusalem Post, June 5, 1991)

During the 1990-1991 Persian Gulf crisis, PLO chairman Yasir Arafat was Saddam Hussein’s closest Arab ally. After the Iraqi occupation of Kuwait, the PLO denounced America’s opposition to the occupation, accusing Washington of “beating the drums of a destructive war and raising tension toward a complete explosion.” (Jerusalem Post, Aug. 14, 1990).

According to the London Independent, “much of the logistical planning for the Iraqi invasion was based on intelligence supplied by PLO officials and supporters based in Kuwait.” (Jerusalem Post, Aug. 8, 1990)

According to Yossef Bodansky, The Secret History of the Iraq War, Arafat was closely involved with Saddam in training special Iraqi terrorist forces for attacks against Israel and the USA using chemical and biological weapons of mass destruction. Arafat’s PLO trainers worked in Syria and in Iraq in partnership with both Saddam and el-Qaeda to train and deploy Iraqi and Palestinian terrorist cells to infiltrate Israel, Europe and the USA for such attacks.

[15] The following list of Hezbollah attacks against the USA, since the organization was created by Iran in 1982, is from Jewish Virtual Library, per supra (note # 8).July 19, 1982, Beirut, Lebanon. Hezbollah members kidnapped David Dodge, acting president of the American University in Beirut. After a year in captivity, Dodge was released. Rifat Assad, head of Syrian Intelligence, helped in the negotiation with the terrorists.

March 16, 1983, Beirut, Lebanon. Five American Marines were wounded in a hand grenade attack while on patrol north of Beirut International Airport. The Islamic Jihad and Al-Amal, a Shi’ite militia, claimed responsibility for the attack.April 18, 1983, Beirut, Lebanon. A truck-bomb detonated by a remote control exploded in front of the U.S. Embassy in Beirut, killing 63 employees, including the CIA’s Middle East director, and wounding 120. Hezbollah, with financial backing from Iran, was responsible for the attack.

October 23, 1983, Beirut, Lebanon. A truck loaded with a bomb crashed into the lobby of the U.S. Marines headquarters in Beirut, killing 241 soldiers and wounding 81. The attack was carried out by Hezbollah with the help of Syrian intelligence and financed by Iran.January 18, 1984, Beirut, Lebanon. Malcolm Kerr, a Lebanese born American who was president of the American University of Beirut, was killed by two gunmen outside his office. Hezbollah said the assassination was part of the organization’s plan to “drive all Americans out from Lebanon.”

March 7, 1984, Beirut, Lebanon. Hezbollah members kidnapped Jeremy Levin, Beirut bureau chief of Cable News Network (CNN). Levin managed to escape and reach Syrian army barracks. He was later transferred to American hands.March 8, 1984, Beirut, Lebanon. Three Hezbollah members kidnapped Reverend Benjamin T. Weir, while he was walking with his wife in Beirut’s Manara neighborhood. Weir was released after 16 months of captivity with Syrian and Iranian assistance.

March 16, 1984, Beirut, Lebanon. Hezbollah kidnapped William Buckley, a political officer at the U.S. Embassy in Beirut. Buckley was supposed to be exchanged for prisoners. However when the transaction failed to take place, he was reportedly transported to Iran. Although his body was never found, the U.S. administration declared the American diplomat dead.April 12, 1984, Torrejon, Spain. Hezbollah bombed a restaurant near an U.S. Air Force base in Torrejon, Spain, wounding 83 people.

September 20, 1984, Beirut, Lebanon. A suicide bomb attack on the U.S. Embassy in East Beirut killed 23 people and injured 21. The American and British ambassadors were slightly injured in the attack, attributed to the Iranian backed Hezbollah group.September 20, 1984, Aukar, Lebanon. Islamic Jihad detonate a van full of explosives 30 feet in front of the U.S. Embassy annex severely damaging the building, killing two U.S. servicemen and seven Lebanese employees, as well as 5 to 15 non-employees. Twenty Americans were injured, including U.S. Ambassador Reginald Bartholomew and visiting British Ambassador David Miers. An estimated 40 to 50 Lebanese were hurt. The attack came in response to the U.S. veto September 6 of a U.N. Security Council resolution.

December 4, 1984, Tehran, Iran. Hezbollah terrorists hijacked a Kuwait Airlines plane en route from Dubai, United Emirates, to Karachi, Pakistan. They demanded the release from Kuwaiti jails of members of Da’Wa, a group of Shiite extremists serving sentences for attacks on French and American targets on Kuwaiti territory. The terrorists forced the pilot to fly to Tehran where the terrorists murdered two passengers–American Agency for International Development employees, Charles Hegna and William Stanford. Although an Iranian special unit ended the incident by storming the plane and arresting the terrorists, the Iranian government might also have been involved in the hijacking.June 14, 1985, Between Athens and Rome. Two Hezbollah members hijacked a TWA flight en route to Rome from Athens and forced the pilot to fly to Beirut. The terrorists, believed to belong to Hezbollah, asked for the release of members of the group Kuwait 17 and 700 Shi’ite prisoners held in Israeli and South Lebanese prisons. The eight crewmembers and 145 passengers were held for 17 days during which one of the hostages, Robert Stethem, a U.S. Navy diver, was murdered. After being flown twice to Algiers, the aircraft returned to Beirut and the hostages were released. Later on, four Hezbollah members were secretly indicted. One of them, the Hezbollah senior officer Imad Mughniyah, was indicted in absentia.

September 9, 1986, Beirut, Lebanon. Continuing its anti-American attacks, Hezbollah kidnapped Frank Reed, director of the American University in Beirut, whom they accused of being “a CIA agent.” He was released 44 months later. September 12, 1986, Beirut, Lebanon. Hezbollah kidnapped Joseph Cicippio, the acting comptroller at the American University in Beirut. Cicippio was released five years later on December 1991.October 21, 1986, Beirut, Lebanon. Hezbollah kidnapped Edward A. Tracy, an American citizen in Beirut. He was released five years later, on August 1991.

February 17, 1988, Ras-Al-Ein Tyre, Lebanon. Col. William Higgins, the American chief of the United Nations Truce Supervisory Organization, was abducted by Hezbollah while driving from Tyre to Nakura. The hostages demanded the withdrawal of Israeli forces from Lebanon and the release of all Palestinian and Lebanese held prisoners in Israel. The U.S. government refused to answer the request. Hezbollah later claimed they killed Higgins.March 6, 1989, Cairo, Egypt. Two explosive devices were safely removed from the grounds of the American and British Cultural centers in Cairo. Three organizations were believed to be responsible for the attack: The January 15 organization, which had sent a letter bomb to the Israeli ambassador to London in January; the Egyptian Revolutionary Organization that from out 1984-1986 carried out attacks against U.S. and Israeli targets; and the Nasserite Organization, which had attacked British and American targets in 1988.

November 8, 1991, Beirut, Lebanon. A 100-kg car bomb destroyed the administration building of the American University in Beirut, killing one person and wounding at least a dozen.June 25, 1996, Dhahran, Saudi Arabia. A fuel truck carrying a bomb exploded outside the U.S. military’s Khobar Towers housing facility in Dhahran, killing 19 U.S. military personnel and wounding 515 persons, including 240 U.S. personnel. Several groups claimed responsibility for the attack. In June 2001, a U.S. District Court in Alexandria, Virginia, identified Saudi Hezbollah as the party responsible for the attack. The court indicated that the members of the organization, banned from Saudi Arabia, “frequently met and were trained in Lebanon, Syria, or Iran” with Libyan help.

[16] Ar-Risala [the Hamas official newspaper], Sept. 13, 2001, quoted in MEMRI, Sept. 17, 2001, #268, http://www.memri.org/bin/articles.cgi?Area=jihad&ID=SP26801 [17] In-depth exposure of this infiltration in to the USA by Palestinian and other Arab terrorist groups can be found in:Bodansky, Yossef, Target The West: Terrorism in the World Today, 1993, and The Secret History of the Iraq War (2005)

Diaz, Tom, & Newman, Barbara, Lightning out of Lebanon (terrorists in USA);

Emerson, Steven, American Jihad: The Terrorists Living Among Us;

Kushner, Harvey, Holy War on the Home Front: The Secret Islamic Terror Network in the United States;

Sperry, Paul, Infiltration: How Moslem Spies Penetrated Washington;

Murawiec, Laurent, Princes of Darkness: The Saudi Assault on the West;

Spencer, Robert Islam Unveiled and Onward Muslim Soldiers;

Trifkovic, Serge The Sword of the Prophet and Defeating Jihad

Infiltration in to Latin America has been on-going since the early 1980’s, and very successful in Argentina, Paraguay, Brazil, Colombia and Venezuela. For a brief summary of the situation see Meir-Levi, David, “Connecting the South American Terror Dots,” (FrontPage Magazine, August 9, 2004) and Barlett, Donald and Steele, James, “Who left the door open? American’s border: even after 9/11 it is outrageously easy to sneak in,” (Time Magazine, September 20, 2004). For further corroboration of the continued expansion of the Arab terror bases in South America, and the infiltration of these terrorists in to the USA via Mexico, cf.: BBC News, “Arab smuggling network broken up,” April 28, 2006, http://news.bbc.co.uk/go/pr/fr/-/2/hi/americas/3710060.stm; Coman, Julian, “Arab terrorists are getting into the US over Mexican border”, UK News Telegraph, May 15, 2004; Cucullu, Lt. Col. Gordon, “Hamas moves into South America,” Front Page Magazine, Feburary 10, 2006; Gato, Pablo and Windrem, Robert, “Hezbollah builds a Western base: From inside South America’s Tri-border area, Iran-linked militia targets U.S.,” NBC News, May 9, 2007; Jehl, Douglas, “U.S. aides cite worry on Qaeda infiltration from Mexico,” New York Times, February 17, 2005; Myers, Joseph and Poole, Patrick, “Hezbollah, Illegal Immigration, and the next 9/11,” FrontPage Magazine, April 28, 2006; North, Oliver, “Back Door to Terror,” Human Events, October 20, 2004, and cf. http://www.humanevents.com/article.php?id=17639; and Sherman, Mark, “FBI warns of ‘special interest’ aliens,” Associated Press, March 8, 2006)

[18] “Northern Virginiastan,” editorial, Investors Business Daily, February 26, 2007, and cf. http://www.investors.com/editorial/editorialcontent.asp?secid=1501&status=article&id=257386735556435&view=1[19] “HOMELAND INSECURITY: Probe finds terrorists in U.S. ‘training for war,’ Neighbors of Muslim encampment fear retaliation if they report to police” World Net Daily, 2.19.06

[20] Pipes, Daniel “Pentagon Jihadis,” New York Post, September 29, 2003, and cf. http://www.danielpipes.org | www.danielpipes.org/article/1259[21] Glasov, Jamie interviews Paul Sperry in FrontPage Magazine, April 12, 2005

[22] Taylor, Randy, “Islam: Setting the United States up for the fall,” March 19, 2007, Northeast Intelligence Network, http://www.homelandsecurityus.com/Taylor031907[23] Smith, Issa, “Native American Courts: Precedent for an Islamic arbitral system,” The American Muslim, February 14, 2007, originally published April-June, Spring 1993, and cf. http://theamericanmuslim.org/tam.php/features/articles/native_american_courts_precedent_for_an_islamic_arbitral_system/0013143)

[24]. Poole, Patrick, “Cover Up and Deny,” FrontPage Magazine, Part I, May 16, 2007, Part II, May 31, 2007.[25] Asman, David, “Does any terrorist organization pose a greater threat to Americans than al-Qaeda?” aired on Fox News, January 20, 2007, as “Smokescreen: Hezbollah Inside America”; Gaubatz, Dave, “Sleeper Cells in the United States and Canada, American Thinker, February 5, 2007, and cf. http://www.americanthinker.com/2007/02/sleeper_cells_in_the_united_st.html; and Lathem, Niles, “N.Y. Hezbollah Hunt,” New York Post, May 22, 2006; and cf. supra, note #10 for more in-depth analysis of this threat.

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Amazing Clips

December 17, 2007

Amazing Clips

Here you will find amazing film clips from almost one hundred years of 20th Century Jewish history, including images and testimony from Eichmann’s trial. It is a reminder that, while the Jews wanted Israel as an escape from bloodshed and tyranny, the Palestinians joyfully imagine their lands awash in a sea of blood.Hat tip: Crossing the Rubicon

UPDATE: More on the blood Palestinians long to have on their hands. And if you click over to this last link, remember Golda Meir: “Peace will come when the Arabs will love their children more than they hate us.” Source: http://bookwormroom.wordpress.com/2007/12/13/footage-of-jewish-history/

Quiz yourself on the ‘Israeli Arab [“Palestinian”] conflict’

December 14, 2007

 

Quiz yourself on the Arab [“Palestinian”] Israeli conflict

 

 

1) When was the Arab immigration to [the historic Jewish land of] Israel -“Palestine” boosted?

 

A When they wanted to see Jewish holy sites.

B When [anti French and anti British] Arab nationalism spread across the middle east.

C When the Zionists Jews came and cultivated the deserted land. * * *

2) What’s [Arab “Palestinian” highest “national” icon] Yasser Arafat’s country of origin?

A Israel [“Palestine”].

B Jordan.

C Egypt.

3) Why were there –initially– more Arab immigrants [“residents”] than Jewish immigrants (Arab majority)?

A Because Jews didn’t attempt to enter.

B Arabs were ‘invited” to come.

C Because the British restricted only Jewish immigration, to appease the Arabs *  .

4) Why did (some) Arabs leave “Palestine” Israel in 1948?

A Because the Zionists “told” them to.

B Because the UN told them to.

C Because the Arab leaders ordered them to evacuate   *. *   [their reasoning: to facilitate annihilation plans] while they attempt to ‘throw the Jews in the sea’.

5) What has been the term “Palestine” always referred to?

A a country.

B a flag.

C an area, always known to be historical Israel *.

6) What was Arabs’ reaction to UN’s partition plan for a two state solution and have their conduct since then ever been legal?

A they embraced the UN.

B they ignored and didn’t react at all.

C they refused, objected to the plan and illegally started attacking the newly reinstated state of Israel.

7) How many Jewish refugees were chased out from Arab Muslim countries after Israel was re-established?

A 300,000

B 500,000

C Between 800,000 & 900,000 *

8- When did Arabs, Muslims start attacking Jews in the holy land?

A In the 1940’s

B In the 1930’s

C In the 1920’s *.

9) Why did Arabs attack Jews so many years [even] prior to the re-establishment of Jews’ homeland?

A Because of losing sports games to the Jews.

B Because of the “occupation” by… the British…

C Because they were led by such racist leaders like Haj Amin Al-Husseini the Mufti, that so shamelessly kissed Adolf Hitler’s ass (while Hitler played the Arabs to his anti Jewish agenda)    *  *

10) What is synonymous with the Arab Muslim leader the Mufti?

A Spirituality.

B Peaceful religion.

C [Christian] Armenian genocide 1915, Hebron massacre 1929, pact with Adolf Hitler, Farhud massacre in Baghdad 1941, SS Bosnian Muslim brigade’s crimes on Serb Christians 1943 * .

11) What did/do Arabs call to any lost [armed] battle to the Zionists?

A Loss.

B Mistake

C A “massacre” * * * * * * .

12) When did that so called “occupation” occur and why?

A In the 1948, during the war of independence.

B In the 1950’s, as part of an “expansion”.

C In the 1967 war when Israel decided it ‘had enough’ of constant Arab unprovoked attacks on its innocent citizens, the Goliath combined nations of Arabs, as always, lost the war to little tiny Israel – “David”, by all legal means it was not a “theft”.

13) Why did/does Israel continue to ‘hold’ the territories captured in 1967?

A Power hungry.

B “oil”…

C 1) Historic rights, it was always pertaining to the Jews. 2) Because of security, buffer zone.

14) What has been Israelis’ experience in giving gestures to the Arabs so far?

A Arabs behave better.

B No change.

C Arabs, Muslims become more radical, more violent [example: Hamas rose right after the Gaza give away] as they see Israel’s kindness as weakness.

15) When did these Arabs, (mostly) sons and grandsons of immigrants start to call themselves as “Palestinians”?

A In the 1940’s.

B In the 1950’s.

C In the 1960’s.

 

16) What did/do all Arab-Muslim leaders & “fighters” openly plan to do to the Jews in their many wars?

A To occupy them.

B To oppress them.

C [To “throw them all into the sea”. or a modern version of:”wiping off map”, or “drinking the blood of the Jews” – aka] Genocide.

* * * *

17) Who started to give equality for minorities, including voting rights for [Arab] women in the middle east?

A Jordan.

B UAE

C Israel.

18- Where in the middle east, does it exist a 100% complete freedom of speech, freedom of the press?

A “Palestinian” authority.

B Egypt.

C Israel.

19) Do Arabs, Muslims participate in Israel’s pluralistic democracy, Are there Arabs in the Israeli democratic government?

A No, there is “apartheid”.

B No non-Zionists allowed.

C Yes, in fact Arabs, Muslims are elected to high offices in the Israeli government.* * * * * *

 

20) In disputes between Arabs & Jews, Who does Israeli democratic court favor?

A The Israeli Jews.

B No preference.

C They overwhelmingly favor the Arabs, especially in land issues * * * * * * * [Arabs, Muslims are often first class citizens].

 

 

21) At any tense time, who is barred from the Temple mount by the Israeli government?

A The Muslims.

B Both, the Jews and the Muslims.

C Only Jews are barred   *  * [Arabs, Muslims are often first class citizens].

22) What’s the “race” or “skin tone” of Israeli society?

A White.

B Black.

C Cosmopolitan, multi-racial, Israel has all shades, races and colors, from the whitest of “white”, to the darkest of “black” and anything in between [including Vietnamese refugees and refugees of the genocide in Sudan by cruel racist Arab Janjaveeds].

23) What’s the nature of the state of Israel?

A Religious.

B Moderate religious.

C Secular democracy.

24) How many faiths, religions are active in Israel?

A Judaism only.

B Judaism & Christianity only.

C Cosmopolitan, there are 13 faiths being practiced in Israel’s democracy, including majority – Judaism, Christianity, 20% Islam, Bahai, etc.

25) Are there any Jews, or Jews allowed to reside in “Palestinian” controlled “Palestine”?

A yes.

B yes, but in limited numbers.

C not at all, its what is called racist “Judenrein – Palestine”, AKA ethnic cleansed, only Arabs allowed. *

26) What’s the status of [the minority] Arab Christians’ rights and lives under “Palestinian” rule?

A Better than ever.

B No change.

C Always deteriorating [Islamic ‘Palestinian’ Apartheid] * * * * * * .

27) Who is being treated in Israeli hospitals & at Israeli medical facilities?

 

A Jews and Arabs.

B Jews and Arabs & visitors.

C Jews and Arabs, including “Palestinian” Arabs, and international patients especially humanitarian treatment for some of underdeveloped countries.

28- Is [Israel’s army:] IDF’s work only protecting Israeli lives?

A it’s all about “occupation”.

B Protection but also “occupation”.

C mainly defending Israelis’ lives, but also providing humanitarian aid all over the world [includes Muslim countries that had natural disasters] *.

29) What are Islamic “Palestinians” plans with radical liberal westerners that act for their behalf or [at least] apologetic to their [so called] “cause”?

A Hugs & kisses.

B Gift cards.

C a reminder: pacifist Daniel Pearl beheading * in Pakistan, killing of activist Tom Fox   in Iraq, lefty Kibbutz “Netzer” slaughter by Fatah.

30) Do [most] ultra orthodox religious Jews serve in Israeli army, and are their children also targets by “Palestinian” Muslim genocide bombings & other attacks?

A they are on the frontline of combat units.

B they serve in the army and bear arms like everybody else.

C they do NOT serve in the IDF, Yet, their children are as much a target by ‘Palestinian’ terrorists * .

31) When “Palestinians” talk about “occupation” what do they mean?

A Territories captured in the 1967 war.

B The arrests of terrorists.

C Israel ‘proper’ – Tel Aviv, Haifa, etc. *

32) What areas have been rattled by “Palestinian” Arabs violence?

A only “Palestinian” held areas.

B only Israeli areas.

C Israel, “Palestinian” held areas, Jordan (“Black September” * * ), Lebanon (past & present).

33) Is the Jewish capital, biblical holy city of Jerusalem mentioned in the Muslim Quran?

A sure, as many times as it is mentioned in the Jewish/Christian Bible.

B at least once…

C not at all, the only reference the Islamic religion has of it is Muhammad said he had a dream of it… * * *

34) What’s the common denominator with oppressing, massacring Kurds, oppressing the Berbers, slavery, oppression and genocide in Sudan, Chad, Mauritania, Saddam’s war on the Persians, etc. and the Arab war on Israel?

A Arab unity.

B unrelated stories.

C Arab [supremacy, Arabization and Arab] racism * * * * * * *.

35) What’s the common denominator with bombings in New York, Bali Indonesia, Madrid Spain, London UK, Israel, India, Thailand, Paris France, Lebanon etc.?

A “Freedom fighting”.

B Unrelated stories.

C Islamic Jihad – intolerance for non Muslims. * 

36) What’s the common denominator with oppressing minorities – dhimmis in the Islamic world, persecuting Christians [including by Islamic “Palestinians”], and other non Muslim minorities in the Islamic world, and radicals’ war on all non-Muslims or even on those ‘not Muslims enough’ [terror bombings on their own people like: in Iraq, Somalia, Pakistan, Afghanistan, Saudi Arabia, Jordan, etc.]?

A Muslim “victim-hood”.

B Unrelated stories.

C Islamic Fascism * * * * .

37) Why did/do Arab Muslim leaders prevent Arab “Palestinians” advancing in life?

A Arab unity.

B Unrelated stories.

C It serves them as a “good” unifying [as there’s never really positive-unity in the Arab world] card & and a fabulous diversion whenever their population tries to cry out against the terrible oppression and crimes in the entire Arab Muslim world on their own people.

38- Why do Arab Muslim [“Palestinian” & Hezbollah] terrorists use their own women and children as human shields when carrying out shootings, and terror attacks?

A their children ask for it.

B They are “warrior heroes”.

C 1) (Cowardice) they know Israel is humane and is prevented from acting. 2) they hate their children in ‘Jihadi love’. 3) Because [it’s only] they [who] seek Arab women/children’s deaths to demonetize Israel *.

39) What are the statistic characteristics of casualties of the Arab Islamic Intifadas?

A both sides have lost mainly unarmed civilians

B most Arab deaths are non terrorists.

C Most of the casualties on the Israeli side are innocent unarmed civilians, whereas on the Arab “Palestinian” side most are armed [or assisting to] combatants.

40) What are checkpoints, and for what purpose do they exist?

A “Brutal Occupation”

B a garage that checks up your car.

C Security checking points that reviews passers by [a checkpoint in the airport should give you an idea], especially in areas known to be terror hubs.

41) Should some ambulances and some of those women that appear to be “pregnant” be checked up in known dangerous terror areas as well, and why?

A no, they are all “innocent Palestinians”.

B just ask them if they are terrorists…

C “Palestinian” Islamists have been known to use ambulances, kids, women truly or falsely pregnant, to carry explosives and other assisting terror activities * * * .

42) Why did Arab Christians massacre Muslim “Palestinians” in Sabra Shatila in 1982?

A because they felt like it.

B because of  Reagan, Sharon, the weather…

C as a result of Syrian occupiers & Muslim “Palestinians” massacring Arab Christians in Damour Lebanon 1976. * * * * *

 

43) Was there ever [in history] such a state called “Palestine”, or Was there ever an Arab sovereign State in Israel/Palestine?

A Yes, sure, under the Ottoman empire.

B Yes, sure, under the British empire.

C No, Never!

 

44) Who has changed the Jewish area of Israel into “Palestine”?

 

A The Greeks.

B When the Dutch brutally enslaved the people of Congo.

C The Romans.

 

 

45) How many Arab states are there [already]?

A 10.

B 20.

C 22.

46) Is there any difference between a Jordanian Arab, a “Palestinian” Arab and an Israeli Arab [both residents of different sides of the defense barrier-wall]?

A Sure, in the skin tone.

B Sure, in the [so called] “culture”.

C Not at all.

 

 

47) Are the Arabs, the “native indigenous” people of the countries such as: Egypt, Morocco, Algeria, etc.?

 

A Yes, they were there for thousands of years…

B Most of them are indigenous.

C No, the indigenous are the Berbers in N. Africa, and the Nubians in Egypt…

48- Who’s famously quoted as saying: “Next to the Jews we hate the [Arab-] Palestinians the most”?

 

A Hitler.

B KKK leader.

C most powerful Arab, king Fahd.

49) Does the Islamic [Hitler] Ahmadinejad of Iran have any “borders and territorial” issues with Israel & Is he genuinely confused about the Holocaust [though Iranians know all too well the massive influx of survivors that have escaped it and entered seeking asylum in Iran]?

 

A sure, Iran borders with Israel…

B he “aches’ for the Arab “Palestinians”, though he oppresses, persecutes [all the minorities in Iran, Azeris, Kurds, Turkomans, Baluchis, Baha’i, and kills Ahwazi] Arabs.

C he is an example of pure Islamic bigotry.

50) A word, an image a story out of a “Palestinian” source is…?

 

A credible.

B like any other source.

C never credible, very possibly to be turned out to be another edited image [Pallywod] *.

51) Is there ever a balanced report in [any of] the Arab media as in Israeli media that shows always a variety of opinions?

 

A there’s always Israel’s view presented as well.

B both sides are presented equally.

C nothing but the Arab view exclusively is presented, always.

52) The Arab street gets angered by…?

 

A what Israel does.

B what Israel does not.

C what and how the Arab media reports, it incites, inflates emotions, often via graphic photos of dead Arabs, without explaining that it is for the most part due to terrorists’ cynical tactics.

 

53) When you see the US, white house foreign policy so pro “Palestinian” by Bush, like pushing only the Israeli side to give concessions of their own vital land for security, and releasing more dangerous terrorists, What goes through your mind?

 

A “Zionist lobby”.

B Chinese lobby.

C Appeasing the giant [Arab lobby] Islamic: Saudi, Gulf states, Arabian oil tycoons.

54) When you see the past & present constant obsession by the UN with all kind of [obscure and] bigoted heavy-handed “resolutions” on Israel, Israel being so horrifically demonetize in the international press, the racist boycotting campaigns, etc. What goes through your mind?

A “Israeli lobby”.

B Pharmaceutical lobby.

C The Goliath Islamo Arab [lobby mafia] power, control, grip on the world, via intimidations, and terrorizing international organizations and country leaders, the factor of ‘angry violent Arab street’ in Europe, using Arab world’s market, and oil as ‘weapons’ as well.

55) Who pulls the strings in major US’ foreign policy like on: Iraq, and on [Islamic oppressive republic of] Iran?

A “Christian lobby”.

B “Kurdish lobby”.

C Arab Gulf States.

56) Are there any Arabs, Muslims countries recipients of US foreign aid?

A no, only Israel gets aid

B everyone gets aid.

C Islamic Pakistan, Arab Egypt and Arab Jordan receive billions of dollars in aids, recently, the Arab “Palestinians” get aid as well.

 

57) What was the first things “Palestinian” Islamic Hamas & its supporters did when winning Gaza [after super kind Israel gave the violent “Palestinians” the gift of Gaza land]?

 

A offering an olive branch.

B changed its fascist charter.

C reiterating its goal to eliminate [all of] Israel, terrorizing Christians, forcing them to convert to Islam, attacking their schools, organizations [like YMCA] & media * * * * * *.

58- What do Hamas & Hezbollah want/seek?

A nice villa with a view of the ocean.

B sports cars.

C ethnic cleansing of Jews, suppressing or eliminating all non-Muslims [especially Christians], establishing an Islamic oppressive theocracy, ultimately Hamas’ goal is: Global Domination – Islamic repressive Caliphate. *

59) What portion of the ‘Palestinian’ population in Gaza is behind the genocidal Hamas?

A a third.

B a half.

C an overwhelming majority.

60) Is the support for massacres, racism of denying Israel’s right to exist & genocide bombings only by a minority among ‘Palestinian” Arabs?

A by a tiny fringy minority, (most “Palestinians” are “innocent”).

B by a considerable minority.

C by its [guilty] mainstream * *.

61) Is “Palestinian” leadership of “moderate” Fatah free of extremism, terrorism?

A it’s truly moderate.

B it’s somehow moderate.

C PA official media & education network is still glorifying mass murder as “martyrs heroes”, encourages ethnic cleansing, Abass [Abu Mazen] is a racist Holocaust “denier”, Fatah still has the murderous ‘Al Aqsa Martyrs Brigade’ terror group under its wings

62) Who’s at fault for Arab “Palestinian” misery?

A the “Zionists”.

B the west.

C 1) Their mainstream that has always selected self destructive choices, terrible corruptive leaders over change, war over peace, more extremism over positive respond to Israel’s peaceful gestures, “indulgence” in the Jihad death cult over advancement, and twisted around teachings over real education. 2) The Arab leaders that have been preventing any improvement, to continue to use them as a football against Israel.

63) What is the average “Palestinian” Muslim child being taught to aspire to be?

A a doctor.

B an actor.

C a mass murderer “martyr”.

64) How loving are [so many] “Palestinian” mothers for their children?

A just like any other mother in the world.

B more than any other mother.

C instilling venomous hate into their children, pushing them to the suicidal cult, to be used as human bombs & willing to sell them to the devil of Islamic Jihadi martyrdom [often for monetary payment from oil rich Arabs], “Peace will come when the Arabs start loving their children more than they hate us”, Golda Meir.

 

65) Who indoctrinates its children to fascist hatred and to view others as animals [apes & pigs]?

A the Quakers.

B the Amish.

C the “Palestinians” & other Islamic clerics.

66) What’s Israel’s fighting for?

A just land.

B “power”.

C survival against Genocide!

 

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Note:
If your answers were not ‘C’, please start over again…

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“Innocent Palestinians”? say what? who? Hmm, a tiny fringy minority – maybe!

December 7, 2007

“Innocent Palestinians”?, say what? who? Hmm, a tiny fringy minority – maybe!

Don’t you “love” it, to hear the term ‘innocent
Palestinians’? another great production of the ‘Palestinian’
propaganda greased by international monstrous Arab oil [not to be confused with
helping any Arab ‘Palestinians, which the Arab world never thought nor seeks to,
of course, on the contrary, the Arab leaders have an “interest” & often
‘help’ in Arab Muslim ‘Palestinians’ kept down, amazing as it is, it serves
them an anti Zionist bashing front and a diversion from their oppression,
corruption and crimes on their own people] and Arab-Muslim political power
worldwide.

Well, why don’t we examine the true meaning of
“innocent”?

True, usually, in any nation, group, the vast majority is
innocent, well meaning, its intentions, actions are directed towards
positivity.

However, the “specialty” of ‘Palestinians’ is that their
overwhelming majority is guilty, and I will explain why.

* A society that its mainstream glorifies mass murder
[“martyrdom”] (see:
http://pmw.org.il, http://memri.org
 ), is sick to the core.

* A society that votes overwhelmingly for the genocidal party
the Islamic Hamas – which up to this day still declares to annihilate all
[non-Arabs, non-Muslims, AKA] Jews (
http://pmw.org.il/bulletins_apr2007.htm#b120407 ) from Israel, and promotes Islamic supremacy domination all
over the world (
http://www.militantislammonitor.org/article/id/2790, http://www.haaretz.com/hasen/pages/ShArt.jhtml?itemNo=661486&contrassID=2&subContrassID=15
&sbSubContrassID=0&listSrc=Y
, http://www.jihadwatch.org/archives/016618.php ), is by-in-large a part in this fascist ideology and
deed.

* A society that it polls show, most favor ethnic cleansing of
Jews from its historic land and genocide bombing [carefully planned to be
carried out in the most crowded of places, specifically intended to
massacre as many unarmed innocent Israeli civilians as possible], (
http://www.imra.org.il/story.php3%3Fid=28550
,

http//www.chinadaily.com.cn/en/doc/2003-10/20/content_273601.htm
)
is a
racist genocidal “society”.

* A society that encourages to sell one’s child to the
devil, to the death camps (see:
http://TecahKidsPeace.org ), where religious
figures and parents love to instill hate in their children for the “apes and
pigs” [AKA Christians & Jews], where mothers from hell “love” their
children in the Islamic militant ideology of ‘kill & be killed’ –
‘Palestinian’ motherhood, is twisted all around.

* A society that since its inception has produced nothing but
lies, denying that most were immigrants into the land of the Jews, calling every
lost battle a “massacre”, then expanding the monster lying machine of fake
images Pallywood (see:
http://www.take-a-pen.org/english/Articles/PLE.htm, http://www.seconddraft.org/movies.php)
and never honored one detail of any peace agreement with Israel, can’t
claim to have one iota of honesty in its entity, [Never forget this, every
time you hear “Palestinians” say, claim, just about anything of a “Palestinian”
source has about the same degree of credibility].

* A society that chooses death over life, Jihadism over
education, self destruction over advancement, is the “best” model for self made
misery.

* A society that shoots behind little shoulders of own kids,
or behind squirts of own women, is nothing but the “perfection” of
cowardice evil.

* A society that would do anything so that its kids die [from
covering for adults terrorists, plain shooting its Arab kids like Muhammad Al
Dura
http//www.eretzyisroel.org/~ginsburg/aldura
,
pushing children in the frontline, to firing from crowded areas, etc. http://www.israel-wat.com/x1_eng.htm
http://www.tzemachdovid.org/Arab_Violence/shield.shtml
http://www.aish.com/jewishissues/middleeast/Children_Soldiers.asp
http://honestreporting.com/articles/45884734/reports/Children_Under_Fire_.asp
http://www.jcpa.org/jl/vp441.htm
http://www.worldnetdaily.com/news/article.asp?ARTICLE_ID=19060], in
order to be looked upon as a “victim”, can’t be granted that.

WE JUST CAN’T GRANT THEM THAT!

A Bird’s eye look at the historic ‘Israeli – Arab conflict’ towards Annapolis 2007

November 30, 2007

A Bird’s eye look at the historic ‘Israeli – Arab conflict’ towards Annapolis 2007

 

Around 2,000 years ago, 70 AD, the Romans that have conquered Israel, the Jewish people, the Jewish land, (after killing Jesus) destroy Jews’ second temple, massacre hundreds of thousands following a revolt against Rome’s oppression and prohibition on practicing Judaism, mass torture and a complete suffocating siege on Jerusalem [an armed rebellion, one which was disapproved by the rabbis & by any religious leaders], they expell the majority of Jews out of the land [as was expected ahead of time, throught the Jewish prophets, because God expects from his people – the Jews much more than from other nations (Amos 3:2), still, the cruel Romans “carried” out the evil deeds].

The Romans have also renamed Israel as ‘Palestina’. The land however was mostly deserted and mainly survived by some Jews who still lived there.

Many years later, at the beginning of the 600’s,  an Arab named Muhammad will create a new religion called Islam, he will massacre the Jews of Madina for not following him, lead attacks first on Arabs themselves and on all who has not accepted him, this battle on non-Muslims still continues on today, he will later on also claim that he had a dream that he was in the Jewish city of Israel: Jerusalem.

Meanwhile, in Christianity, Jews’ refusal to change their religion to which [Jewish born] Jesus came up with caused resentment among Christians, and hatred brought the belief that it was the Jews who “caused” Jesus to die, then this fanatical religious hatred even gave birth to all kind of imaginary “theories”, stereotypes blatant lies and libels, persecution, mass murder, etc.

Later on in persecuting the Jews in Europe, they were expelled time and time again (often called to return after being expelled, for their urgent need of Jews’ talent, intelligence and seriousness in life – vital for Europeans economy).
Many European haters have called upon them to return to their homeland Israel.

This traditional hatred was used by Adolf Hitler in his delusional “Aryan” supremacy to use Christians who still hold that hatred, against the Jews he was so obsessed with in his animosity, as he came up with most criminal idea ever known to mankind [Though, already in biblical times, between the first and second Jewish temples, it was the WICKED Haman who planned total extermination, genocide, as stated in the holy book of Esther, where Hebrews / Israelites were already referred to as JEWS], so far as implementing a ‘final solution’, aka, to exterminate all Jews (no matter if they are religious, or not, communists or not, Zionists or not, secular, atheists, Jews with no ideology at all, men, women, children, babies, all were doomed by the infamous criminal number one in history, that has caused a total of around 50 million deaths, whereas at least 6,000,000 were Jews, murdered for no other reason then for pertaining to one particular root, being, simply, Jews).

Muslims fight Christians for decades, long and bloody battles.

The Turks had a stronghold on the holy-land after defeating the Christians.
Jews were generally not persecuted under the Turkish Ottoman rule in Israel “Palestine”.
In the late 1800’s Jewish immigrants and Arab immigrants, both rose to a new level, as Zionists started to cultivate the land, in the early 1900’s under the British colonialism & occupation, Jews were restricted in entry to their historic land but Arabs were not, a vicious rule that has continued during and after Hitler’s holocaust, when poor Jewish victims tried to escape], this imbalance “policy” by the British which was pushed by the Arabs out of racism and bigotry to “others”, has “made” the Arabs a majority for a while.

One of the main Arab racist & Islamic fascist agitators was Haj Amin Al Husseini the infamous ‘Mufti’, he was behind such massacres as in Hebron 1929 where innocent unarmed Jewish were sloughtered by Arabs Muslims, he was also behind the 1941 ‘Farhud’ pogrom on the Jews of Baghdad. Priot to attacking the Jews, he participated in the Islamic genocide on Armenian Christians in 1915, where 1.5 million were murdered.

He was the one Arab (though not “Aryan”) leader that made a pact with Hitler and led a Bosnian Muslim division of the SS to carry out atrocities against the Serb Christians and against Jews.

The United Nations founded post WW 2, after 2,000 years of persecuting the Jews and so many millions murdered [before the six millions murdered by Germany’s nazis, all throughout history in Europe there were countless victims], gave “permission” to the Jews to re-establish their homeland Israel, along side an Arab state, basically a two states solution.

The Jews agreed, all they wanted past and present, is to ‘live and let live’, but the Arabs refused, the bigots wanted all of the land for themselves.

1948 Israel is re-established, ALL Arab nations vow to destroy Israel, declare war on this little newborn state, Arab leaders vouch for genocide! to “Throw the Jews into the Sea”.

Arab leaders call upon Arabs residing in Israel-“Palestine” to evacuate their homes for a while until “mission — of throwing into the sea– is accomplished”.

Tiny Israel heroically defends itself and thwarts gigantic Arabs’ attacks.

A phenomenon of “Arab refugees” is born, but also a larger refugees population, that from the Arab on Jews, between 800,000 & 900,000 Jews are expelled from Arab Muslim countries: Egypt, Syria, Iraq, Iraq, Libya, Yemen, Morocco, Tunisia, Algeria, etc.
Their land, properties confiscated.

The contrast however how Jews dealt with Jewish refugees and how Arabs have dealt with Arab refugees is huge, Jews are completely absorbed into Israel, Arabs have rejected the Arab refugees, keeping them down, and using them as a foot ball against Israel.
As the Saudi Arab king Fahd said: “Next to the Jews, we hate the ‘Palestinians’ the most”.

Arabs terrorize Jews, attacking the innocent, as Arab terror intensifies & Arab leaders threaten again and again to annihilate the Jews, the 1967 war breaks out, Israel that had enough, succesfully conquers some Egyptian land and more land pertaining to Israel – historically and Biblically but not granted by the UN, though the Arabs illegally defied the UN in rejecting Israel and UN’s two states solution.

The balance of world’s powers plays out in the middle east, USSR supports and arms the Arabs, US is on Israel, [the surviving David vs Goliath] side.

The local Arabs [which most of their parents or grandparents have immigrated to the holy land] start to call themselves as “Palestinians” (PS no connection to “Philistines” who were NOT Arabs nor spoke Arabic, and are all gone, absolutely nothing remained from them).

Continued Arabs’ attacks targeting unarmd civilians, rose in the 1970, such as the massacres of school children in Avivim, Maalot and other attacks, more famous in the 1972 massacre of Israeli Athletes in Munich by the Egyptian born: Yasser Arafat, the leader (somehow…) of the Arab “Palestinians”.

He is in Jordan and as a trouble maker creates the “Palestinian” intifada attack on Jordan’s government, 1970 – ‘Black September’, but Jordan quickly oppresses even more the “Palestinians”, kills many, makes mass arrests, in 1971 the PLO is expelled.

He finds a safe heaven in Syrian’s occupied Lebanon, he adds more destruction to the already tense relations between Christians & Muslims in that country.

He Islamizes the Christian Bethlehem, oppresses Christian Arabs in general.

In 1973 Israel is again attacked by Arab nations, mainly by Egypt and Syria, a delicate date is chosen, the cruel Saadat and his advisers chose Yom Kippur a Jewish fast day, the vicious Arabs chose the time of day, towards the end of the day (before breaking the fast).

The attack was in a surprise, many were killed, although Israel managed to win the war (as all wars), still the Arabs saw it as “victory”, as a blood thirst cult, for the simple reason that many ‘Jews were killed’.

In 1976, amidst civil war between Christians and Muslims in Lebanon, the Muslim “Palestinians”, PLO – Arafat, and the Syrians carry out the massacre of Christians in Damour, this was the reason for Christian Arabs massacring “Palestinians” in Sabra Shatila in 1982.

1978-1979, Israel’s leader Menachem Begin & Egypt’s Anuar Sadaat break a peace agreement in which Israel shall give back the land conquered in 1967, Sinai that is [which so it did], and the Arabs give nothing, just a “promise” not to attack, and so a cold peace comes in place between Israel – Egypt.
Syria refuses to ‘sit down for any peace negotiations’ and leads many in the Arab world against Egypt & its more moderate stand.

Goliath Arabs using it’s oil power, intimidate nations to be against Israel in boycotts, and in the United Nations.
Basically hijacking the UN for the Arabist agenda, of bashing Israel no matter what it does.
This Arab control worldide intensifies as the years pass by and expands into all international bodies.

On another front, in Iran, the Shah rules, he is an ally of the United States but he is not exactly a democratic leader, US presidemt (called by so many the worstt ex president) Jimmy Carter pushes pressure on Iran.
In 1979 a revolution happens, not what the US wanted nior what most in the world have wish for, an Islamic revolution, a militant Islam, a Shiite extremism, headed by the Ayatollah Hummeini.

Immediately, the American embassy is hijacked, the workers kidnapped for 444 days, until US has a bettr leader, a courageous Ronald Reagan.

Iranian Satanic Mullahs declare that the United States is the “big Satan” and Israel is the “little Satan’.

Millions of Iranians are oppressed under Islamic Republic, standing out even in the “usual’ Islamic dictatorships standards.
Asides from killing of minorities such as Ahwazi, Kurds, Druze, which even information is so scarce out of that jail house known as state of Iran.

They are behind creating, training and arming the Islamic Hezbullah in Lebanon, the ‘Party of Allah’, whose goal is creating a militant Islamic Shia theocracy in Lebanon with [no Christians or any non Muslims’ in Lebanon, and ultimately in the entire middle east including “liberating Jerusalem” as they call it], Hezbollah carried out terror attack such as on US marine barricades in Lebanon in 1983, the US was stationed there to keep peace between Christians & Muslims figting civil war.

Israel, its civilians being attacked by Arafat’s terrorists – based in Lebanon (as a practical ‘Palestinian’ army there), enters that country in 1982 to root them out, at first is received by local Arabs, Muslims with candies and flowers, as most Lebanese want the “Palestinian” troublemakers out, but the operation ‘Peace for the Gallilee’, turns into a long and bloody war, all while Syria still occupies Lebanon, PLO & [Iran’s & Syria’s backed] Hezbollah causes many deaths among all sides.
The main base of Arafat’s terrorists infrastructure.

Yasser Arafat declares two “intifadas” (1987 & 2000), bloody violence on Israel’s unarmed men. women and children, targeting the most crwoded places, in a clear attempt to cause as many civilinas deaths’ as possible = Genocide bombings.
“Palestinian” mainstream and official media in demonizing Jews, in glorifying mass murder and “martyrdom” is full force, the death cult of camps for children to be ‘human bombs’ is greased by Saudi Arab oil with large payments for every parent that sends its kid to die via killing many innocent Israelis.
In order to create public sympathy, the Arab Muslim “Palestinians” make sure the kids are pushed on the front lines, often with “stones”, to cover for adult terrorists with machine guns.
The tactics of using kids as human shields by “Palestinian” terrorists proved to be effected, as the global media rarely puts the blame on the Arab adults and leaders and not on Israel trying to defend, to survive.

Israel complies with UN’s resolution for Israel to leave Lebanon and for the Hezbollah’s army to dissolve, Israel exists bit the Hezbillah remains armed. In 2000, the most powerful Christian leader, the Pope has issues the Church’s formal apology to the Jews of the 2,000 years of constant persecution and bloodhsed. September 11, 2001, the Islamic attack that butchered 3,000 innocent people in the United States of America, reinforced the recognition of radical Islam’s war on the west, their ‘plan’ for a global repressive Islamic empire (recognized even by left wingers such as Barack Obama in 2007). So was the continuous Islamic massacres, including the one in Bali 2002 on Australian youths.

2005, Israel gives a big gift for Arab “Palestinians”, sacrificing a huge steak, giving away of it’s vital borderline own land, the Gaza strip.

The Arab “Palestinians” react very traditionally, the more you give them the more they get radicalized, they vote — overwhelmingly — for the Islamic Jihad party of Hamas, who does not “recognize” Israel, vouch for it’s destruction and its members promise to “drink Jews’ blood”.

The Hamas-tan Islamic Apartheid creates more Islamization, persecuting Christians, often threatening individuals to “change” their faith, practice.

“Palestinians” via Hamas express more publicly their “plan” of Islamic world repressive domination [Caliphate].

The civil war between Hamas & Fatah (who’s still has under its wings the terror group ‘Al Aqsa Martyrs Brigade’, but Hamas is still more on the extreme with it’s genocide aims), intensifies in 2006 – 2007

2006 Iran & Syria decide to send it’s Hezbollah Islamic army to attack Israel, a war breaks out, Israel hits Hezbollah which uses ‘Palestinian’ tactics of human shields to cause as many Arab kids’ deaths possible, in order to create a media shift in the Arab world towards more Anti-Israelism.

In November 2007, there’s an attempt by US’ president George W. Bush to break a peace agreement between Israel and the Arab “Palestinians”, Fatah is present, Hamas denounces.

The agreement is still based mainly on that first UN’s resolution of 1948, a two states solution, which the Arabs ILLEGALLY have rejected then until now.

Not only are they exploiting again Israel’s kindness and its urge to give for any chance for peace, but hese Arabs even make the Jewish eternal capital Jerusalem an issue for Muslims, as if this was ‘always an Islamic thing’.

As it stands now, the main real issue Israel still struggles with, is survival against the twin diabolical intolerance that motivated – motivates Arab Muslims, the Arab racism & Islamic Jihad. the Arab racism and Arabization also claims millions of victims in Africa, including Sudan, Mauritania, Chad and more, so are all non Arab minorities in the middle east paying the price of persecution, then the Islamic Jihad´s war on the world is the cancer everywhere on the globe, main victims are: Jews, Christians, Buddhists, Hindus and other non Muslims or ‘infidels’, or ‘kuffars’.

Worth mentioning that Israel is by in large a secular State, most of its very religious Jews, the Ultra Orthodox do NOT serve in the Israeli Army out of principles.
The first to try to negotiate a peace treaty with the Arabs was the Ultra Orthodox Jew, Professor Dahan, it was prior to the reestablishment of Israel, he was murdered.
Still, this community’s children are as much a target by radical Muslims terrorists.

Too late but better late than never, Arab ‘moderates’ start to realize that a nuclear Islamic Repulic of Iran is a danger to all.

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Info & Sites on the Arab Israeli conflict

BOOKS

From Time Immemorial: The Origins of the Arab-Jewish Conflict
by Joan Peters

Myths and Facts: A Guide to the Arab-Israeli Conflict
By Mitchell G. Bard

The Fight for Jerusalem
By Dore Gold

The Case for Israel
by Alan M. Dershowitz

BASIC FACTS

Myths & Facts: A Guide to the Arab-Israeli Conflict
http://www.us-israel.org/jsource/myths/mftoc.html

Frequently Asked Questions About Israel
http://www.mfa.gov.il/mfa/go.asp?MFAH0ken0

Fact and Fantasy in the Holy Land
http://www.eretzyisroel.org/~samuel

Arab-Israeli conflict – Basic facts
http://www.science.co.il/Arab-Israeli-conflict.asp

History, maps & facts
http://palestinefacts.org

Concept wizard info, Visual information about the Middle East conflict
http://www.conceptwizard.com/info.html

Israel Size Comparison Maps
http://www.iris.org.il/sizemaps.htm

A History of Terrorism in Israel (since the 1920’s)
http://lindasog.com/public/terrorvictims.htm

MEI- Middle East regimes and Terrorism
http://www.middle-east-info.org

IHC Historical Facts
http://www.infoisrael.net/cgi-local/xmlpath.pl?id=3

FURTHER SITES

One Jerusalem
http://www.onejerusalem.org

Coalition against terrorism
http://www.cat2002.org

Update on victims – All4israel
http://all4israel.org

Think Israel
http://www.think-israel.org

Factsandlogic
http://www.factsandlogic.org

rotter
http://rotter.net/israel

Israel’s War Against ‘Palestinian’ Terror
http://www.israel-wat.com/parent_eng.htm

Awsome Seminars
http://www.awesomeseminars.com

Israel ‘Palestine’ – 101
http://lightonthings.blogspot.com/2006/04/israel-palestine-101.html

Arabs For Israel
http://www.arabsforisrael.com

LIES!
http://www.geocities.com/palestiniansarelies

Amin Al Husseini – The Grand Mufti and father of today’s jihad
http://www.tellthechildrenthetruth.com/AminAlHusseini.htm

In November 1941, the Mufti met with Hitler, who told him the Jews were his foremost enemy. The Nazi dictator rebuffed the Mufti’s requests for a declaration in support of the Arabs, however, telling him the time was not right. The Mufti offered Hitler his “thanks for the sympathy which he had always shown for the Arab and especially Palestinian cause, and to which he had given clear expression in his public speeches….The Arabs were Germany’s natural friends because they had the same enemies as had Germany, namely….the Jews….” Hitler replied.
The Mufti and the Fuhrer
http://www.jewishvirtuallibrary.org/jsource/History/muftihit.html

1941 The Farhud, the Mufti inspired Krystallnacht in Iraq
http://www.eretzyisroel.org/~jkatz/farhud.html

In 1948, nearly 900,000 Jews – indigenous to the Middle East and North Africa – lived in what are now known as the “Arab States.” ~ Today, 99% of these indigenous Jewish communities no longer exist. ~ Arab governments forced us to leave, confiscated our personal and communal property and stripped us of our citizenships.
Jews Indigenous to the Middle East and North Africa
http://jimena.org

MEMRI: Middle East Media Research Institute (translating Arab media)
http://www.memri.org

BASIC ARTICLES

Twenty facts about Israel and the Middle East
http://israelinsider.com/views/articles/views_0401.htm

Arab terrorism came before the (so called) “occupation”
http://www.mfa.gov.il/mfa/go.asp?MFAH0ldc0

There are two causes of the Arab-Israeli conflict. The first is Arab racism, which rejects any presence that isn’t Arab in its neighborhood; the second is Islamic intolerance which leads to the same rejection
http://www.frontpagemag.com/Articles/ReadArticle.asp?ID=7268

The Case for Israel
http://www.frontpagemag.com/Articles/ReadArticle.asp?ID=13590

Israel’s morality
http://www.aynrand.org/israel

Why Israel Is The Victim And The Arabs Are The Indefensible Aggressors In the Middle East
http://www.frontpagemag.com/Articles/ReadArticle.asp?ID=4454

Who caused the Arab “refugee” problem? Refugee: Arab leaders told us to flee Israel in 1948
http://www.pmw.org.il/LatestBulletins.htm#b300506

Israel’s moral right toexist
http://www.aish.com/jewishissues/middleeast/Israels_Moral_Right_to_its_Life.asp

Israel’s Right to Exist Questioned, Anti-Zionism or Anti-Semitism?
http://www.peacewithrealism.org/antizi05.htm

Israel and the Palestinians: no moral contest
http://www.likud.nl/press50.html

Gamla
http://gamla.org.il/english/index.htm

How Strong Is the Arab Claim to Palestine?
http://www.tampabayprimer.org/index.cfm?action=articles&drill=viewArt&art=1255

The Arabs in the Holy Land – Natives or Aliens?
http://www.ldolphin.org/palestinians.html

THE NEXT SCREWING, There are two causes of the Arab-Israeli conflict. The first is Arab racism, which rejects any presence that is not Arab in its neighborhood; the second is Islamic intolerance which leads to the same rejection http://www.frontpagemag.com/Articles/ReadArticle.asp?ID=7268

“Flaubert’s Observations of Jerusalem and the Jews Living There [1850]”
http://ziontruth.blogspot.com/2006/08/flauberts-observations-of-jerusalem.html

Israel Has A Moral Right To Its Life Why reason and justice are on Israel’s side
http://www.therefinersfire.org/israel_defends_itself.htm

Israel’s Moral Legitimacy
http://www.netanyahu.org/ismorleg.html

British National Archives unveil presence of Nazi S.S. agents in Mandatory Palestine, working closely with Palestinian leaders. Historical documents in Britain’s National Archives in London show
[Nazis shipped arms to Palestinians
http://www.ynetnews.com/articles/0,7340,L-3248081,00.html

When being anti-Israel is anti-Semitic
http://students.washington.edu/israeluw/info-anti.html

The Hebron Massacre of 1929 http://www.jewishvirtuallibrary.org/jsource/History/hebron29.html

March 2006 – 120 Years to first of Arabs’ attack on Jews in “palestine” Israel, Petach Tikva 1886
http://haveitclearly.blogspot.com/2006/04/120-years-to-first-of-arabs-attack-on.html

As grand mufti, al Husseini presided as the Imam of the Al Aqsa mosque in … 1929. Hebron Massacre. Amin Al-Husseini organizes more riots in Palestine.
From Al Husseini to Hitler :Radical Islam and the Nazi connection
http://www.militantislammonitor.org/article/id/2543

Israel’s struggle for Good VS Evil
http://atlasshrugs2000.typepad.com/atlas_shrugs/israel_the_struggle_for_good_vs_evil/index.html

Munich & morality tale of good vs. evil
http://www.think-israel.org/wright.munich.html

The Jews took no one’s land http://www.worldnetdaily.com/news/article.asp?ARTICLE_ID=27338

Arabs Recognized Israel – 1919
http://www.israelnationalnews.com/print.php3?what=article&id=1726

Continuous Jewish Presence in the Holy Land, Under Turkish rule the Jews in Jerusalem and in Gaza maintained “cultural and spiritual … James Parkes, Whose Land?, A History of the Peoples of Palestine …
http://www.eretzyisroel.org/~peters/presence.html

HISTORICAL ACCOUNTS PRIOR TO CONFLICT

The vast majority of travelogues and historical accounts of the Middle east describe this area as barren- that does not mean UN -populated- it does mean UNDER populated. Alexander Keith, recalling Volney’s 1785 description (quoted above) fifty years later, commented: “In his day [Volney’s] the land had not fully reached its last degree of desolation and depopulation.” (The Land of Israel).

Other travelers and pilgrims recorded similar reports of the dreary state of the Land around the middle of the nineteenth century. Here are just a few examples:

Alphonse de Lamartine, in 1835: “…a complete eternal silence reigns in the town, on the highways, in the country … the tomb of a whole people” (Recollections of the East, Vol. I, p. 308).

A contemporary German encyclopedia (Brockhaus, “Allegmeine deutsche Real- Encyklopaidie”, Vol. VIII, p. 206, Leipzig, 1827) calls Palestine “desolate and roamed through by Arab robber-bands.”

In 1849, the American W. F. Lynch described the desertion of Palestinian villages “caused by the frequent forays of the wandering Bedouin” (Narrative of the United States Expedition to the River Jordan and the Dead Sea, p. 489).

And again H. B. Tristram, in 1865: “… both in the north and south (of the Sharon plain), land is going out of cultivvation, and whole villages ar rapidly disappearing from the face of the earth. Since the year 1838, no less than 20 villages have been thus erased from the map (by the Bedouin) and the stationary population extirpated” (p. 490).

Mark Twain, ‘Innocents Abroad’ 1867:

“”Desolate country whose soil is rich enough but is given over wholly to weeds – a silent mournful expanse … We reached Tabor safely … We never saw a human being on the whole route” (p. 451, 480); “There is not a solitary village throughout its (the Jezreel Valley’s) whole extent – not for thirty miles in either direction. There are two or three small clusters of Bedouin tents but not a single permanent habitation. One may ride ten miles, hereabouts, and not see ten human beings” (p. 448); “Of all the lands there are for dismal scenery, I think Palestine must be the prince. The hills are barren … the valleys are unsightly deserts… It is a hopeless, dreary, heartbroken land… Palestine is desolate and unlovely… Palestine is no more of this workday world. It is sacred to poetry and tradition – it is dreamland” (pp. 564, 567).

Referring to the same era, the Christian historian James Parkes writes in Whose Land?: “Peasant and Bedouin alike have contributed to the ruin of the countryside on which both depend for a livelihood… In spite of the immense fertility of the soil, it is probable that in the first half of the nineteenth century the population sank to the lowest level it had ever known in historic times.”

In 1738, the land was described by the English archeologist Thomas Shaw as “lacking in people to till its fertile soil” (Travels and Observations Relating to Several Parts of Barbary and the Levant). The French historian Conte Constantine Francois Volney writes:

“The peasants are incessantly making inroads on each other’s lands, destroying their corn, durra, sesame and olive-trees, and carrying off their sheep, goats and camels. The Turks, who are everywhere negligent in repressing similar disorders, are attentive to them here, since their authority is very precarious. The Bedouin, whose camps occupy the level country, are continually at open hostility Alexander Keith, recalling Volney’s 1785 description (quoted above) fifty years later, commented: “In his day [Volney’s] tthe land had not fully reache its last degree of desolation and depopulation.” (The Land of Israel).

Other travelers and pilgrims recorded similar reports of the dreary state of the Land around the middle of the nineteenth century. Here are just a few examples:

Alphonse de Lamartine, in 1835: “…a complete eternal silence reigns in the town, on the highways, in the country … the tomb of a whole people” (Recollections of the East, Vol. I, p. 308).

A contemporary German encyclopedia (Brockhaus, “Allegmeine deutsche Real- Encyklopaidie”, Vol. VIII, p. 206, Leipzig, 1827) calls Palestine “desolate and roamed through by Arab robber-bands.”

In 1849, the American W. F. Lynch described the desertion of Palestinian villages “caused by the frequent forays of the wandering Bedouin” (Narrative of the United States Expedition to the River Jordan and the Dead Sea, p. 489).

And again H. B. Tristram, in 1865: “… both in the north and south (of the Sharon plain), land is going out of cultivvation, and whole villages ar rapidly disappearing from the face of the earth. Since the year 1838, no less than 20 villages have been thus erased from the map (by the Bedouin) and the stationary population extirpated” (p. 490).

Mark Twain, ‘Innocents Abroad’ 1867:

“”Desolate country whose soil is rich enough but is given over wholly to weeds – a silent mournful expanse … We reached Tabor safely … We never saw a human being on the whole route” (p. 451, 480); “There is not a solitary village throughout its (the Jezreel Valley’s) whole extent – not for thirty miles in either direction. There are two or three small clusters of Bedouin tents but not a single permanent habitation. One may ride ten miles, hereabouts, and not see ten human beings” (p. 448); “Of all the lands there are for dismal scenery, I think Palestine must be the prince. The hills are barren … the valleys are unsightly deserts… It is a hopeless, dreary, heartbroken land… Palestine is desolate and unlovely… Palestine is no more of this workday world. It is sacred to poetry and tradition – it is dreamland” (pp. 564, 567).


Haman in the Book of Esther, evil aide to Persian king Ahasuerus; attempted to kill … to annihilate the Jews; Esther…
http://www.britannica.com/eb/article-9033084/Book-of-Esther …WICKED enemy Haman…
Esther7:6

In the twelfth month, which is the month of Adar, on its thirteenth day … on the day that the enemies of the Jews were expected to prevail over them, it was turned about: the Jews prevailed over their adversaries. – Esther 9:1
And they gained relief on the fourteenth, making it a day of feasting and gladness. – Esther 9:17
“Therefore the Jews of the villages, that dwelt in the unwalled towns, made the 14th day of the month of Adar a day of gladness and feasting, a holiday, and of sending portions to one another (mishloach manot).” – Esther 9:19
And they gained relief on the fourteenth, making it a day of feasting and gladness. – Esther 9:17 [Mordecai instructed them] to observe them as days of feasting and gladness, and sending delicacies to one another, and gifts to the poor. – Esther 9:22
http://www.jewfaq.org/holiday9.htm

feast celebrating God’s abandonment of Israel puts in motion a plot to annihilate the Jews.
http://www.aish.com/literacy/jewishhistory/Crash_Course_in_Jewish_History_Part_24_-_Purim_in_Persia. asp Historical Overview – Second Temple destroyed; Roman exile begins, 70 CE
http://www.aish.com/purimbasics/purimbasicsdefault/Historical_Overview.asp  Crash Course in Jewish History Part 6: Isaac and His Sons
http://www.aish.com/literacy/jewishhistory/Crash_Course_in_Jewish_History_Part_6_Isaac_and_His_Sons. asp  Jerusalem: Jewish and Moslem Claims to the Holy City, Jerusalem: Jewish and Moslem Claims to the Holy City With 3000 years of history behind it, Jerusalem is now thrust to the center of the Arab-Israeli …
http://www.aish.com/jewishissues/jerusalem/Jerusalem_Jewish_and_Moslem_Claims_to_the_Holy_City.asp
Jerusalem: Jewish and Moslem Claims to the Holy City – Israel Update, Jerusalem: Jewish and Moslem Claims to the Holy City.
http://www.aish.com/Israel/articles/Jerusalem_Jewish_and_Moslem_Claims_to_the_Holy_City.asp  The Muslim Claim to Jerusalem — saying that Jerusalem is as important to Jews as Mecca is to Moslems,Muslim sheik Palazzi concludes. …
http://www.danielpipes.org/article/84  The Moslem Claim to Jerusalem is False | Emet News Servicethere any foundation to the Moslem argument that this ‘furthest mosque’ (Al-Masujidi al-Aqtza) refers to what is today called the Aksa Mosque in Jerusalem?
http://www.emetnews.org/analysis/false-claim.phpFalse Moslem ClaimsThe Moslem “claim” to Jerusalem is based on what is written in the Koran, which although Jerusalem is not mentioned even once, nevertheless talks (in Sura …
http://www.unitedjerusalem.com/FALSE_MOSLEM_CLAIMS/false_moslem_claims.asp  GAMLA: News & Views from Israel – Why Jerusalem is Not Holy to MuslimsWe often hear the Muslim claim that Jerusalem is their “third holiest city”, after Mecca and Medina; and specifically, that this is because our Temple Mount …
http://gamla.org.il/english/article/2004/june/why.htm  F L A M E : Jerusalem (I): Whose city? whose ‘holy city’is it? And the Moslem Arab claim to Jerusalem, based on the mosques on the Temple Mount, is just as untenable. Jerusalem has been the center of Jewish life, …
http://www.factsandlogic.org/ad_07.html  Jerusalem Not Mentioned in the Koran If Jerusalem is not mentioned in the Koran, then the claims of Islam over Jerusalem
http://revive-israel.org/2002/jerusalem_not_mentioned.htm  Jerusalem: “I Hate the Ground You Walk On” (Emanuel A. Winston …Mohammed turned the quibla of Moslem prayers to Mecca and insured that Jerusalem was not mentioned even once in the Koran. Jews speak of Jerusalem …
http://www.freeman.org/m_online/oct96/winstonj.htm  Media Critique #14 – Jerusalem Rally on CNN Third-holiest to Moslems — even though over the last 1500 years, Jerusalem has never been the religious or national capital of any Arab or Moslem entity. …
http://www.aish.com/jewishissues/mediaobjectivity/Media_Critique_14_-_Jerusalem_Rally_on_CNN.asp  Jerusalem: After 3000 Years, Why Does it Matter? How can others claim ownership in the face of such information. … Let us never forget that Christian and Moslem interest in Jerusalem exists ONLY because …
http://www.aish.com/jewishissues/jerusalem/Jerusalem_After_3000_Years3_Why_Does_it_Matter$.asp  Reuters Ruins Rachel’s TombShould the PA control the area, non-Moslems would be precluded from praying at … In the world of Reuters, East Jerusalem was “occupied” only in 1967, …
http://www.aish.com/jewishissues/mediaobjectivity/Reuters_Ruins_Rachels_Tomb.asp  Islam’s War Against the Jews: Quotes from the Palestinian AuthorityJerusalem is a symbol… to the Moslems and to their war of Jihad forever and ever. …. Abraham whom they (the Muslims) themselves claim as their ancestor. …
http://www.aish.com/jewishissues/middleeast/Islams_War_Against_the_Jews_Quotes_from_the_Palestinian_ Authority.asp  Remember the BibleLatly, and I’m sure many point this out: Moslems think that God or Allah … Christianity has Rome, let Israel and the Jewish people have Jerusalem! …
http://www.aish.com/jewishissues/mediaobjectivity/Remember_the_Bible.asp  Crash Course in Jewish History Part 5: The Promised LandHowever, the Jewish people base their claim on God’s promise. …. That is why Moslems are at war all over the world with those whom they live among. …
http://www.aish.com/literacy/jewishhistory/Crash_Course_in_Jewish_History_Part_5_The_Promised_Land.a sp  The Koran On Jews’ Right To LandPalazzi cites Koran passages showing that the Land of Israel was given to the Jews, and that Jews would be brought back to Israel before the end of days, …
http://jmm.aaa.net.au/articles/1002.htm  The Qur’an and the Land of Israel THE QUR’AN SAYS THAT ALLAH GAVE THE LAND OF ISRAEL TO THE JEWS ….. Koranic order (see Koran 8:61), and since, according to Islam, Peace is G-d Himself, …
http://www.templemount.org/quranland.html  Am Yisrael ChaiThey presented the negation of any Jewish rights to the Land of Israel as … Holy Koran explicitly refers to the return of the Jews to the Land of Israel …
http://www.geocities.com/rachav/amyisroelchai.html  Islam 4 IsraelTHE KORAN SAYS – GD GAVE THE LAND OF ISRAEL TO THE JEWS AND WILL … Arab Muslims in Israel Are the Arabs who live in Israel proper full citizens of the …
http://www.geocities.com/compassionplease/IslamIsrael  Even Muslim’s Koran Quran advocates that Isarel is the land pertaning to the Jews
http://www.chayas.com/muslim.htm  … other than in Muhammad’s dream? Believe it or not, the one and only source for the Muslim’s claim to Jerusalem and the site of the Holy Temple, …
http://www.ldolphin.org/palestinians.html  BIG LIES:(PDF)
UN: Israel for the Jews, and another state for the Arabs. The Arabs rejected … ed observer of this history, therefore, that it was not Israel that caused …
http://www.frontpagemag.com/media/pdf/BigLies.pdf  
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Chosenness in the Bible.., Israel’s character as the chosen people is unconditional as it says in Deuteronomy 14:2, “For you are a holy people to YHWH your God, and God has chosen you to be his treasured people from all the nations that are on the face of the earth.
Although the Torah – Bible also says, “Now therefore, if you will obey my voice indeed, and keep my covenant, then you shall be a peculiar treasure unto me above all people,” God promises that He will never exchange the Jewish people with any other.
Other BIBLE verses about chosenness, “For all the earth is mine: and you shall be unto me a kingdom of priests, and a holy nation” (Exodus 19:5, 6). “The Lord did not set his love upon you, nor choose you, because you were more in number than any people; for you were the fewest of all people; but because the Lord loved you, and because he would keep the oath which he had sworn unto your ancestors.” (Deuteronomy 7:7, 8).
A (true) convert to Judaism, no matter his color, race, shade, or creed is as much a Jew – chosen.
It is not only a privelege but an obligation too:
The special obligation imposed upon the Israelites is emphasized by the prophet Amos (Book of Amos 3:2): “You only have I singled out of all the families of the earth: therefore will I visit upon you all your iniquities.”
_____________ Sephardic Holocaust Project – Formerly the FARHUD Recognition Project
The Forgotten Holocaust Pogrom in Iraq … Mufti & Hitler. Farhud. Jewish Refugees from Arab Countries. Failure of the U.S. Holocaust Museum …
http://farhud.org
In 1948, nearly 900,000 Jews – indigenous to the Middle East and North Africa – lived in what are now known as the “Arab States.” ~ Today, 99% of these indigenous Jewish communities no longer exist. ~ Arab governments forced us to leave, confiscated our personal and communal property and stripped us of our citizenships. Jews Indigenous to the Middle East and North Africa
http://jimena.org
Italy and the Jews – Timeline
It reaches a membership of 2,000 clergymen. … trip to Israel, Pope John Paul II apologizes for the Church’s treatment of Jews. …
http://www.jewishvirtuallibrary.org/jsource/History/italytime.html

Pope Offers Historic Mea Culpa, Apologizes For Treatment Of Jews …
In a step decreed by Pope John Paul II as “essential,” the Roman Catholic Church staged an unprecedented … 2,000 years — including its treatment of Jews, …
http://www.cbsnews.com/stories/2000/03/12/world/main171032.shtml

Catholics, Jews, and the Prism of Conscience(PDF)
Pope into a hero of resistance on behalf of Jews, a dubious … For 2,000 years, we Jews were without worldly power, especially on the political stage. …
http://www.brandeis.edu/programs/Slifka/research/Carroll_Book.pdf

The Arabs in the Holy Land – Natives or Aliens?
http://www.ldolphin.org/palestinians.html 

credible evidence for their connection to this holy site, other than in Muhammad’s dream?
http://www.jerusalemsummit.org/eng/razdel.php?article_id=91&id=20

Islam rediscovered Jerusalem 50 years after Mohammad’s death. … thinkers believed that it was just a dream of Mohammed, that he was never in Jerusalem. …
http://www.debbieschlussel.com/archives/2007/06/whose_jerusalem.html 

Muhammad and the Jews(2) Allah tells Muhammad in a sura (chapter) revealed in Mecca that the … The other Jews were also killed with one exception. Thus, Muhammad engaged in …
http://www.americanthinker.com/2005/06/muhammad_and_the_jews.html

Muhammad: Jews and the Jihad, When the Jews rejected his prophecy in spite of these practices, Muhammad changed them, and fixed the qibla (direction of prayer) to Mecca in place of Jerusalem
http://www.peacewithrealism.org/jihad/jihad06.htm 

Muhammad and Massacre of the Qurayza JewsThe aftermath for the Qurayza Jews … Muhammad is ordered to fight the Qurayza Jews. …. No woman of Banu [tribe] Qurayzah was killed except one. …
http://www.americanthinker.com/2006/02/muhammad_and_massacre_of_the_q.html

Anti-Semitism in Islam: Israel Didn’t Start the FireThen the apostle divided the property, wives, and children of B. Qurayza among … actually be killed by Jesus, and the Dajjal’s dispirited army of Jews, …
http://hnn.us/articles/34789.html 


From The Armenian Genocide To The Hijacking of The Arab World. Building Blocks … the local Muslim vote, appoint Amin Al-Husseini as Grand Mufti of Jerusalem.[The Mufti] Amin Al-Husseini. Born in Jerusalem under Ottoman rule
1914-1917
Husseini’s First Taste of Jihad
Allegiance to Ottoman Empire .
Amin Al Husseini: Ottoman Empire Officer. Amin Al-Husseini swears allegiance to the Ottoman Empire during the Armenian genocide .
He is an officer stationed in Smyrna and participates first-hand in the Armenian genocide. One and a half million Christians are slaughtered under the sword of Islamic Jihad by the Ottoman Army. Allegiance to Ottoman Empire and Islamic world take-over will be echoed by Osama Bin Laden in his post-September 11th declaration
http://www.tellchildrenthetruth.com/amin_en.html#part1 From Morocco to Montreal …He did not want Canada to become ‘the dumping ground for 800000 Jewish refugees’. Toward the end of the 1930’s, Canada had two opportunities to help…
http://www.whitepinepictures.com/seeds/iii/36/sidebar.htmlWhat happened to the Jewish refugees from Middle Eastern countries? In the years following Israel’s independence in May 1948, 600000 to 800000 Jews from …
http://www.palestinefacts.org/pf_independence_refugees_jews_what.php

Point of no return: Melanie weighs in on behalf of Jewish refugeesInformation and links about the Middle East’s forgotten Jewish refugees … draw attention to the Jewish refugees from Arab lands ? the 800000 Jews who were …
http://jewishrefugees.blogspot.com/2007/11/melanie-weighs-in-on-behalf-of-jewish.html 

Who Are the Palestinians? At DePaul, Don’t Ask and Don’t Tell, Historically, the biblical Philistines were not Arabs but rather Mediterranean sea people, whose culture was influenced by that of Crete. …
http://www.camera.org/index.asp?x_context=22&x_article=1028 

[Islamic Sheik] Abdul Hadi Palazzi: The Jerusalem Report, The Koran contains no mention of Palestine or Philistines
http://www.amislam.com/report.htm

Politically motivated mythology of Palestine, These Philistines were an Aegean people, driven out of Greece and Aegean islands … Most Arabs do not admit so candidly that “Palestinian identity” is a …
http://www.eretzyisroel.org/~peters/mythology.html

The History of the Words Palestine And Palestinians, The Philistines were not Arabs nor even Semites, they were most closely related to the Greeks. They did not speak Arabic. They had no connection, ethnic, …
http://www.eretzyisroel.org/~jkatz/meaning.html 

Libya?s Khadafy opens up to Jewish refugees; what?s his motive?
Advocates have been fighting for the rights of an estimated 800000 Jews who …
http://www.jewishsf.com/content/2-0-/module/displaystory/story_id/23831/edition_id/472/format/html/d isplaystory.html

Jewish Refugees from Arab Countries
… appealed to U.S. Secretary of State George Marshall: ?Between 800000 and a … Roughly half of Israel’s 5 million Jews are Jewish refugees from Arab …
http://www.jewishvirtuallibrary.org/jsource/History/jewref.html


Lebanese Civil War 1975 – 1976 Includes pictures of the Syrian-formed and -sponsored groups (Yarmouk & Sai’qa) attacking Damour city (January 1976).
http://www.liberty05.com/civilwar/civil.html Historical Fact: The Massacre and Destruction of Damour. Damour lay across the Sidon – Beirut highway about 20 km south of Beirut…
http://www.lebaneseforces.com/blastfromthepast002.asp

hobeika_damour …Do you not remember Damour Lebanon. Let me remind you. Arafat and the PLO plunged Lebanon into “massacres, rape, mutilation, rampages of looting and …
http://www.free-lebanon.com/LFPNews/hobeika_damour/hobeika_damour.html

Phalangist website – contains account and includes graphic photographs
http://www.falange.us/damour.htm

Damour Massacre (1976)
http://lfpics.com/dammour

Damour Massacre Slideshow
http://www.truelebanon.bravehost.com/pics/dampics-slideshow.html

Account of Damour massacre at Cedarland.org, a Lebanese Christian website
http://www.cedarland.org/damour.html


The True Identity of the So-called Palestinians.
The current myth is that these Arabs were long established in “Palestine”, until the Jews came and “displaced” them. The fact is, that recent Arab immigration into the Land of Israel displaced the Jews. That the massive increase in Arab population was very recent is attested by the ruling of the United Nations: That any Arab who had lived in the Holy Land for two years and then left in 1948 qualifies as a “Palestinian refugee”.
http://www.imninalu.net/myths-pals.htm
 
From Time Immemorial – Evidence of Unrecorded Arab Immigration …9 Fred M. Gottheil, “Arab Immigration into Pre-State Israel: 1922-1931”
http://www.capmag.com/article.asp?ID=2139
    
The Smoking Gun: Arab Immigration into Palestine, 1922-1931 – Middle East Quarterly.
http://www.meforum.org/article/522 ____________________________________________________________________________

ISLAMIZATION – ISLAMIC APRTHEIDJerusalem Cloakroom #117: The Islamization of Bethlehem by ArafatJerusalem Cloakroom #114 – November 8, 2001 Appeasement 2001http://www.acpr.org.il/cloakrm/clk117.htmlThe Islamization of Bethlehem by Arafat – The Israel Report …Arafat has intensified the Islamization of Bethlehem, by adding to its population a few thousand Bedouins of the Ta’amrah tribe, located east of Bethlehem, …
http://christianactionforisrael.org/isreport/dec01/bethlehem2.html
Mideast Outpost: ARAFAT’S LEGACY FOR EUROPE It preaches Islamic replacement theology, and the Arabization and Islamization of the Holy Land’s biblical archeology. Arafat, its leader, was the bin Laden …
http://mideastoutpost.com/archives/000111.html
The Legacy of Jihad [Andrew G. Bostom] – The Islamization of Europe… recognition of the PLO and its leader Arafat as unique representative of the …
http://www.andrewbostom.org/loj//content/view/16/27/
Terror for Christians in Arafat-land, Let me tell you the story of two Christian converts in Arafat-land – and you … persecution within the Palestinian Authority, “Holy Land: Christians in peril
http://www.worldnetdaily.com/news/article.asp?ARTICLE_ID=30583
Death sentence hangs over Arab ChristiansSaeed Salamah was an active member of Fatah, Arafat’s own party, … has worked to expose anti-Christian persecution within the Palestinian Authority. …
http://www.worldnetdaily.com/news/article.asp?ARTICLE_ID=30483
__________ISLAMIC “PALESTINIAN” RADICALS’ DREAM TO DOMINATE THE WORLD Barack Obama: The terrorists are at war with us. The threat is from violent extremists… the threat is real. They distort Islam. They kill man, woman and child; Christian and Hindu, Jew and Muslim. They seek to create a repressive caliphate. To defeat this enemy, we must understand who we are fighting against, and what we are fighting for.
http://www.barackobama.com/2007/08/01/the_war_we_need_to_win.php
Islamo-Fascism Denial…
Hamas: The Hamas Charter sets out its Islamic mission as global: “Its spatial dimension extends wherever on earth there are Muslims, who adopt Islam as their way of life; thus, it penetrates to the deepest reaches of the land and to the highest spheres of Heavens. . . .
By virtue of the distribution of Muslims, who pursue the cause of the Hamas, all over the globe, and strive for its victory, for the reinforcement of its positions and for the encouragement of its Jihad, the Movement is a universal one.” Universal in what way? The Palestinian Sheikh Ibrahim Madhi exhorted believers in 2002 “Oh beloved, look to the East of the earth, find Japan and the ocean; look to the West of the earth, find [some] country and the ocean. Be assured that these will be owned by the Muslim nation, as the Hadith says . . .
‘from the ocean to the ocean.'”
http://www.aina.org/news/2007102311299.htm Israel, Hezbollah and the Wider Geo-political-Religious Terrain
Israel is on the front line in a global struggle for the future of civilization. Afghanistan and Iraq are other fronts in World War IV; this is a total war on a global scale.[13] If the United States and Israel do not prevail, civilization will plunge into a dark night of barbarism exceeding anything Adolph Hitler envisioned for a world dominated by the Third Reich.
At its essence World War IV is a religious war. Islamist Jihadists whether Sunni or Shi’ite, are committed to establishing a global caliphate with Islam as the world’s only religion, a world without Israel, indeed without Jews. In this new world, Christians, Hindus, Buddhists and atheists would face two choices: conversion to Islam or slavery. Anyone who stands in the way will be liable for extermination. If this enemy obtains weapons of mass destruction, given the totality of their war aims, they will use them.
http://www.spme.net/cgi-bin/articles.cgi?ID=2580
The uncomplicated answer is that no matter what we do, policy-wise, we will remain infidels with gigantic bull’s-eyes on our backs unless we renounce our capitalistic ways, destroy our churches and synagogues, outlaw our pluralistic religious society, convert to a radical Islamic theocracy and join the global jihad en route to a worldwide caliphate.
We are in this war for the long haul whether we like it or not. The only question is whether we intend to fight it or roll over in shameful appeasement until we are in a much weaker position to fight at such time as even the appeasers realize we have no other choice.
http://www.worldnetdaily.com/news/article.asp?ARTICLE_ID=51384
Palestinians back caliphate over politics – Telegraph
http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/main.jhtml?xml=/news/2007/08/27/wpal127.xml
Hamas reiterates goal of world domination by Islam – annihilation …The PA sources further asserted that senior Fatah and Hamas terrorist leaders, as well as senior security officials from Egypt and Israel, know many details …
http://www.militantislammonitor.org/article/id/2790
[“Palestinians”:] Wanted: a caliphate – Haaretz
http://www.haaretz.com/hasen/pages/ShArt.jhtml?itemNo=661486&contrassID=2&subContrassID=15&a mp;a mp;a mp;sbSubContrassID=0&listSrc=Y

The official said Hamas seeks to create an “Islamic caliphate” in Gaza and …
http://www.worldnetdaily.com/news/article.asp?ARTICLE_ID=56174__________ ARAFAT’S ISLAMIC HATRED OF CHRISTIANS, MASSACRES IN LEBANONhobeika_damour, Do you not remember Damour Lebanon. Let me remind you. Arafat and the PLO plunged Lebanon into “massacres, rape, mutilation, rampages of looting and …
http://www.free-lebanon.com/LFPNews/hobeika_damour/hobeika_damour.html
Yasir Arafat and the Christians of Lebanon – Opinion – Kamal Jumblatt, in whose parliamentary constituency Damour lay, told Labaky, ‘Father, I can do nothing for you, because it depends on Yasser Arafat. …
http://www.israelnationalnews.com/article.php3?id=786
The MASSACRE at DAMOUR, 1976
http://www.israelforum.com/board/archive/index.php/t-2009.html
Lebanese Forces : Historical Fact: The Massacre and Destruction of …Damour lay across the Sidon – Beirut highway about 20 km south of Beirut on … He gave Arafat’s phone number to the priest.
http://www.lebaneseforces.com/blastfromthepast002.asp
USCFL – Frequently Asked Questions, When, in 1976, Yasser Arafat’s PLO destroyed Damour, a Christian Lebanese town of some 25000 people, the Palestinian murderers employed the same barbaric …
http://www.freelebanon.org/faqs.htm

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MINORITIES IN THE MIDDLE EAST

Or Does It Explode?: Iran Morality Police out in Full Force Many Palestinians in Israel have much more rights than in the other Arab … They can vote in elections in Israel and have freedoms guaranteed not seen …
http://www.ordoesitexplode.com/me/2007/04/iran_morality_p.html

Ethnic cleansing is the systematic elimination of an ethnic group from a region … Kurds, jews, Berbers and Christians are not excepted in muslim society. …
http://web.israelinsider.com/bin/en.jsp?enDispWho=Views&enPage=ForumPage&enDisplay=view& enDispWhat=Zone&enZone=SecurityF5 &

Christians in the Middle East, Coptic, Maronite – The Peace FAQ, The ethno-religious cleansing of Christian peoples in the Middle East …. In the Lion’s Den: Persecuted Christians and What the Western Church Can Do About …
http://www.peacefaq.com/christians.html 

Why not one movie on the Kurdish ethnic cleansing, on the Genocide in southern Sudan, on the Syrian occupation of Lebanon, on the Berbers, Shiia of Iraq, …
http://www.futurejihad.com/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=124&Itemid=32

Recently, on 6th of June 2005[7], a bomb attack was carried out on an Aramean priest in Tur Abdin which is situated in south-eastern of Turkey. Thirty years ago, there were approximately 40,000 Arameans in Tur Abdin. Because of continued discrimination and persecution, our people were forced to flee into the Diaspora, leaving behind the sacred land of the forefathers, which they inhabited for thousands of years. Today there are only approximately 2,000 Arameans left in Tur Abdin, and dwindling.  None of us would have voluntarily left Tur Abdin if not for the discrimination and persecution.
http://www.aramnahrin.org/English/Statment_indigenous_2005.htm

Iraq: East- Aramean Chaldean Priest Kidnapped, This time, the East- Aramean priest of the Chaldean church has been kidnapped … recent denouncements of persecution against the Christian community there. …
http://www.assyrianchristians.org/English/ArameanChaldeanPriest_Kidnapped_19_5_2007.htm

…and persecution of Aramaic Language and Aramaean Culture in numerous countries of … In our days, the Arameans of Iraq are excluded from the Iraqi …
www.buzzle.com/articles/gabriel-sengo-opens-gates-aramaean-thought-culture-wisdom.html

Mr. Paul Kelly, the Assistant Secretary for Legislative Affairs, noted that “Iraqis of Assyrian, Turkman, and Kurdish ethnicity suffer additional abuses due to the ongoing Arabization’ campaign of ethnic cleansing.” Noting other abuses including the prohibition of all non-Arab broadcasting and publishing and the forced Arabization of personal names, Mr. Kelly added that “Abuses like these are a long-standing part of the Iraqi government’s decade long campaign dedicated to eliminating the non-Arab presence in villages and towns under regime control in northern Iraq.”
http://www.aina.org/releases/henryhyde.htm

The ChaldoAssyrian Cause in Iraq: Implications for Maronites, The ChaldoAssyrians (also known as Assyrians, Chaldeans, and Syriacs) are the … has been persecution, massacres, and ethnic cleansing…
http://www.aina.org/articles/namjm.htm 

freedomhouse.org: Yemen Gender discrimination is present not only in Yemeni laws, but also in the implementation of laws, by-laws, and procedures, which may be subject to various interpretations and the personal whims of individual state agents and authorities. Discrimination is faced not only by women in Yemen, but also by ethnic minorities such as the community called Akhdam (servants),  refugees from the Horn of Africa, and the small Jewish minority who remain in Yemen. The government has not instituted a formal complaint mechanism whereby an individual or group can file a report if they become victims of discrimination.
http://www.freedomhouse.org/template.cfm?page=186

The ethnic composition of Yemeni society is characterized by the existence of marginalized and socially excluded groups (Akhdam).
http://www.fao.org/docrep/008/y7218t/y7218t07.htm  

Omar Al-Bashir: Not So Arab… Palestinian as a foil to keep their own oppressed population focused on Israel instead of deplorable human rights conditions in their own countries. …
http://www.ordoesitexplode.com/me/2007/04/omar_albashir_n.html  

FORGOTTEN OUTRAGE: Iran’s Baha’i Crackdown, Yemen’s Akhdam Marginalization (tie)
The Baha’i religion is out and out banned in Iran. Followers, who must practice in hiding, are banned from universities, jailed, and even murdered. The black Yemenites known as Akhdam have lived in Yemen for centuries but continue to face egregious discrimination domestically and indifference from the outside world.
http://www.ordoesitexplode.com/me/2005/12/year_in_review_.html

Marginalized Social Groups Many groups subsist on the periphery of the … Akhdam communities in Yemen are victims of negative public attitudes and poverty …
www.undp.org.ye/Inequalities.php

“Akhdam” as you described the unfortunate segment of the Yemeni community, sounds humiliating term for this section of the society. Just say the poor rather than “Akhdam”. Encouraging the use of such names by Yemen Times supports the continuous degrading of these people, by branding them that slavish name.
It is high time YT refrain from encouraging the use of such discriminative labels, which are against all norms of human rights, although used by the majority of Yemenis in the northern parts of Yemen.
http://yementimes.com/article.shtml?i=804&p=letters&a=2
Non-Isaaqi Somalis have a say too <br>
Somaliland myth was invented by some Isaaqi men “power Hungary” to create a government dominated by Isaaq clan (since Isaaq’s are a minority in Somalia). These men were tribalists and were oppressed. Recognizing Somaliland is a extremely dangerous, it will create more genocides by Isaaqs against other clans who live in northern Somalia, never ending civil wars, and more border conflicts with Somalia<br>
Another fact is that the so-called Somaliland authority is only popular and in control in Hargeisa and Barbara. What’s more tragic is that the so-called Somaliland government is illegitimate and wages constant aggressive wars on all regions in northern Somalia and non-Isaaq clans. So-called Somaliland government vigorously follows bad policies like ethnic cleansing and genocide against non-Isaaq clans.
http://yementimes.com/article.shtml?i=804&p=letters&a=3

ARAB CHRISTIANS: AN INTRODUCTION
by Dr Walid Phares

For years, the term “Arab Christians” was used to categorize the Christians in the Middle East. However, the concept instead of being precisely defined was intellectually misused and politically abused. Both Arab regimes and “Arabists” in the West attempted to libel all Christians living under the sovereignty of Arab states, as “Arab Christians.”

This denial of identity of millions of indigenous non-Arab nations can be equated to an organized ethnic cleansing on a politico-cultural level. Similarly to the Turkish attempts to eradicate the ethnic identity of the Kurds, whom they call “Mountain Turks,” and the Assyrians, whom they define as “Semitic Turks.”

Arab-Islamic regimes in the region assert that all those Christians who live within the confines of “Arab borders” are “Arab.” With Arab nationalism at its peak, and “Arabist” circles at the apex of their political influence in the West, the pre-Arab ethnicities of the Middle East became the real underdogs of the region. The Arab Israeli conflict increased their crisis. Not only the non-Arab ethnicities, particularly the non-Moslem ones, were denied their basic rights, stripped from their ancestral lands, but they were pressured to participate in the general “war effort” conducted by the Arab regimes against a non-Arab nation, i.e. the Jews of Israel.
The gestalt of global Arab strategy in the region was to pit non-Arabs against other non-Arabs, after demonizing those who have formed their national state Israel, and fragmented those who weren’t able to implement self determination. The Christians in the Middle East are not just a religious group, nor do they form one single community. The overwhelming majority of the Christians in the region are ethnically non-Arab, and their major common characteristic is their subjection to Arab colonialism and Islamic oppression for thirteen centuries. The Christians in the Middle East are not, as it was portrayed by the Arab regimes and many in the West, the followers of Christian faith among the Arab ethnic group. “Arab Christians” exist in few spots in the region, but they are a minuscule minority within the world of Middle Eastern Christianity.

Prior to the Arab Islamic invasion…

http://www.arabicbible.com/christian/intro_arab_christians.htm


Human Shields: Palestinians Exploit Their Own Schoolchildren, This tactic of using one’s own civilians as human shields is of course nothing new. Hezbollah used it to great effect in the war of summer 2006.
http://www.peacewithrealism.org/headline/gaza02.htm American Thinker: Palestinian Human Shields, On November 8th, at a mosque in Beit Hanoun, Gaza, the Palestinians used about fifty heavily-shrouded women as ?human shields? to provide cover for a few [terrorists]…
http://www.americanthinker.com/2006/11/palestinian_human_shields.html 

‘Palestinian’ Arabs’ vicious tactics of HUMAN SHIELDSHe denies Israeli accusations that the Palestinian Authority has placed children at the front of demonstrations to act as human shields for armed gunmen. …
http://www.geocities.com/palestiniansarelies/HumanShields.html

Palestinian human shields give Israel pause | csmonitor.com The militants’ new system enlists neighbors to protect homes from airstrikes ? and could force a change to Israeli strategy.
http://www.csmonitor.com/2006/1120/p01s02-wome.html

The root of Palestinian misery Palestinian suicide bombers would be stepping over each other in an effort to attack the target. “Human shields” work only when your enemy fights…. [humane…]
http://www.canada.com/nationalpost/news/editorialsletters/story.html?id=69c23d82-dd87-4c1d-a333-bf3f 3979df37

Palestinians Shoot 15 Human Shields – IRIS Blog, Thursday, May 17. 2007. Palestinians Shoot 15 Human Shields. 200 Gaza residents decided their “human shield” tactics worked so well against the Israelis, …
http://www.iris.org.il/blog/archives/2359-Palestinians-Shoot-15-Human-Shields.html

lPalestinian Human Shield Watch, GAZA CITY, Gaza Strip (AP) – Hundreds of Palestinians formed a human shield around the home of a militant in the northern Gaza Strip late Saturday to …
http://littlegreenfootballs.com/weblog/?entry=23399&only&rss

On Video: Palestinian As Human ShieldThe terror-stricken 24-year-old Palestinian soon found himself forced onto the front lines of Israel’s shadowy war against militants, a human shield as he …
http://www.sfgate.com/cgi-bin/article.cgi?f=/n/a/2007/04/11/international/i111648D71.DTL

lgf: Human Rights Watch Condemns Palestinian Human Shield Tactic An interesting phenomenon is occurring, as Palestinians use women and children as human shields to guard the homes and ammo dumps of terrorists; the tactic …
http://littlegreenfootballs.com/weblog/?entry=23431&only&rss 

“Brave” use of human shields

http://www.youtube.com/?v=sc1buCDiiZQ

Photos that damn Hezbollah | Herald Sun, The release of the images comes as Hezbollah faces criticism for allegedly using innocent civilians as “human shields”. Mr Egeland blasted Hezbollah…
http://www.news.com.au/heraldsun/story/0,,19955774-5007220,00.html

Hezbollah’s human shieldsNor would it be enough simply to declare Hezbollah’s cynical use of civilians as human shields to be a war crime. A multinational force must be empowered to …
http://www.canada.com/nationalpost/news/issuesideas/story.html?id=439dbdcc-167c-423c-9d52-b14a906054 40

YouTube – Hezbollah’s Human Shields In the recent war in Lebanon, Hezbollah used civilians as human shields.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ec-xVivT35Q

Hizbullah’s exploitation of Lebanese population centers and civiliansHezbollah’s human shields, by Alan M. Dershowitz (National Post, Canada) · Hezbollah’s propaganda tours – as told by a CNN producer …
http://www.mfa.gov.il/MFA/MFAArchive/2000_2009/2006/Operation+Change+of+Direction+Video+Clips.htm

Children in a world of Terror
Palestinian Child Abuse … A Special Photo Essay on Palestinian exploitation of children for armed conflict; “We teach our children to reach Shahada” …
http://www.take-a-pen.org/english/Articles/Children.htm

Palestinian Child Abuse Link to “Leave our Children alone” … A young Palestinian child hugging a gun at a demonstration against the Geneva accords …
http://www.tc.umn.edu/~nahm0002/child_abuse.html

0pal-child-abuse-1970.jpg. The cover of the June 17, 1970 issue of LIFE magazine shows how long Palestinian Arabs have been instilling hatred in the minds …
http://littlegreenfootballs.com/weblog/pictures/PalestinianChildAbuse/

The main solution is to:

Teach kids peace!

http://teachkidspeace.org

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1) A Summit based on Arabist false language. 2) Is Israel’s survival on the table?

November 28, 2007

1) A Summit based on Arabist false language. 2) Is Israel’s survival on the table?

Re: ILLEGAL Arab “Palestinians” have semantics

Let’s see, those Arab immigrants grandchildren, the so called “Palestinians”, don’t really pay much for their parents/grandparents, and their own crimes of initiating attacks on little Israel with a clear attempt of annihilation (What “occupation”? what was their plan in 1929, 1948, and all those years priort to 1967? and why are most attacks on innocent unarmed Israelis in: Tel Aviv, Jerusalem, Netanya, Haifa, etc.?) So basically, they are back at square one, when the ILLEGAL Arab “Palestinians” refused the UN offer of a two states solution.

Now they have all the “moral” language all of a sudden? They can sing all day ñlong the fake excuse for the so called “occupation”, and Israel can’t even cry for it’s survival from Islamic Arab racist terrorism and genocide plans?

PA Objects to Use of ‘Terrorism’ in Draft Document – News Briefs …(IsraelNN.com) Gaps between the Palestinian Authority (PA) and Israel on a joint statement before the Annapolis conference next week include PA objections … http://www.israelnationalnews.com/News/Flash.aspx/136905

Notice this summit, it is all about what the Arabs demand, Arabs were always so good in exploiting kind Israelis’ urgent desire for peace, What else will the Israeli GIVERS not stop at???

Foreign policy – But we were told that the Arabs hate us because of supposedly being biased against Arab “Palestinians”… – Propagandists’ “Palestinian” card, How much is it really worth?

November 26, 2007

But we were told that the Arabs hate us because of supposedly being biased against Arab “Palestinians”…

Nov/2007
REMEMBER?

Wild Arabist writers/”activists” have been flooding us for years with brainwashing nonsense as if the Arab Muslim world is “enraged” mainly by the “Palestinian” Israeli conflict.

If only… — this is what they have been selling us for so many years — if only we’d be on the side of the “palestinian” Arabs, all would be singing kumbaya, the “peace loving” Arab world would just come rushing to embrace us.
LIARS!

Never mind the blatant daring hypocrisy of that Arab world, that never really cared about the Arab “Palestinian” brothers, on the contrary, it never allowed any improvement in their status, for fear of losing that anti-west card, (shoved at the westerners ever so often) of: “look at the poor ‘Palestinians'”.

The Arab nations keep the ‘Palestinians’ and their descendants in squalor. They are denied citizenship rights. They are denied work. They are denied property. They are denied their human rights because they are and always will be a political football in the Arab campaign against Israel.
http://www.wnd.com/news/article.asp?ARTICLE_ID=36412

The same vicious historic crimes, the Arab world leaders have been committing with this group of Arabs who call themselves (recently as) “Palestinians”, as in 1948, chasing them out with bragging promises of [ethnic cleansing and genocide] “throwing all the Jews into the sea”.

Even Jew haters “aryans-supremacists” have jumped the bashing-Israel wagon, oh no, not that they ever like the Arab BROWN “inferior” people, of course not! they’d like to get “rid” of them… as soon as possible, But for the time being, it can be used against the people they are so bitter jealous and hate so blindly, the Jews.
NOW WHAT?

So the US has already helped in Israel’s giving away Gaza to the Arab “Palestinians” [2005], an enormous sacrifice, uprooting entire families, communities, exposing and diminishing the little borderline with an enemy that is bent on eliminating Israel 24/7, when the only thing Israel got back is more support among their mainstream for Hamas type of advocating Genocide, still militants firing rockets into Israeli residential homes, still attempts of ‘genocide bombings’.
Where do Arabs stand in its anti-west, as well as in its use of the “Palestinian” propaganda card? Is it the same, better or worse?

So Israel has released hundreds of dangerous “Palestinian” terrorists, out of good will, how do “Palestinians” react? More demands, Qassam missiles aimed at Israeli kindergartens are still on, why not?
Where do Arabs stand in its anti-west, as well as in its use of the ‘Palestinian’ propaganda card? Is it the same, better or worse?

Annapolis 2007: President George W. Bush and Sec. Condoleeza Rice are pushing hard on Israel to give even more to Arabs that never manage to make one iota of investing in peace, not even reducing its media’s demon-ization of Israel.
Where do Arabs stand in its anti-west, as well as in its use of the ‘Palestinian’ propaganda card? Is it the same, better or worse?

IDF Concerned Hamas May Detonate Tunnels to Derail Summit
http://www.israelnationalnews.com/News/News.aspx/124358

And what if… Bush succeeds in a big historic push for Arab “Palestinians” sake/favor (a group of people that never wanted to be improved, that has chosen death cult over life at any given opportunity by kind Israelis)? But we were told that the Arabs hate us because of supposedly being biased against Arab “Palestinians”…

Try this:
How many Arabists will welcome any improvement in relations among Arabs & Israel?
OK, ENOUGH OF THE NONSENSE FOR SO LONG, NOW, TO THE PROBLEM/S

But don’t bet on Arabists ever to bother using real logical questions, the REAL ISSUES to be brought up, like, Are the Arabs, Muslims ready yet for democracy & free societies, have tnheir mainstream education in mosques & madsassas really strat to change? Is all of their media began to be less hateful of the “other”?

As you won’t expect any true points, matters that matter to be discussed, as they don’t sit well with their propaganda.

Even though it will answer all above points, plus: Iraq war, Lebanon, and other Arab on Arab, Muslim on Muslim violence.

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