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最近发生的事件不仅聚焦于以色列如何在其统治下加剧对巴勒斯坦人的虐待,也聚焦于西方国家政府在其行动中完全败坏的同谋。

两年半前,唐纳德·特朗普(Donald Trump)到达白宫,这使以色列前所未有地感到鼓舞,使它可以自由地在被占领土上发动新一轮的野蛮行径。

西方国家不仅对这些暴行视而不见,而且还积极协助压制任何敢于大声疾呼的人。

它正在迅速制造出一个恶性循环:以色列越是违反国际法,西方越是压制批评,以色列就越有可能摆脱有罪不罚现象。

上周鲜明地说明了这种无耻的后裔,当时数百名全副武装的以色列士兵突袭了耶路撒冷边缘的苏尔巴赫(Sur Baher)居民区,其中许多人被掩盖。 炸药和推土机摧毁了数十所房屋,使数百名巴勒斯坦人头顶没有屋顶。

在行动期间,极端势力对居民以及那里的国际志愿人员发动了猛烈的攻击,希望他们的到来能够制止暴力。 录像显示士兵在夷为邻国时欢呼和庆祝。

长期以来,房屋毁坏一直是以色列交战占领的丑陋主角,但在这种情况下,有理由引起更多警惕。

传统上,在奥斯陆协定临时置于以色列的控制下,西岸三分之二的房屋被拆除。 那已经很糟糕了:以色列应该在20年前将所谓的“ C区”移交给巴勒斯坦权力机构。 取而代之的是,它把巴勒斯坦人赶出了这些地区,以使他们腾出来供非法犹太人定居。

但是,Sur Baher的拆除发生在“ A区”,这是奥斯陆分配给等待巴勒斯坦人的政府的土地,以此作为建立巴勒斯坦国的前奏。 以色列应该在那里拥有零计划或安全管辖权。

巴勒斯坦人理所当然地担心以色列建立了一个危险的先例,进一步颠覆了《奥斯陆协定》,该协定有一天可以用来证明有理由将数千名巴勒斯坦人赶出巴勒斯坦权力机构控制的土地。

多数西方政府几乎没有发表意见。 甚至联合国也对发生的事情表达了“悲伤”。

在北耶路撒冷以东几公里的伊萨维娅(Issawiya)以北几公里处,以色列士兵数周以来一直在恐吓20,000万名巴勒斯坦居民。 他们建立了检查站,随机进行了数十次夜间夜间逮捕,处以任意罚款和交通票,并向居民区射击实弹和弹药的钢弹。

以色列人权组织Ir Amim称Issawiya的待遇是“集体惩罚的永久状态”,即战争罪。

在加沙,不仅有2万居民正因以色列的12年封锁而慢慢地挨饿,而且每周一次对巴勒斯坦人的射击狂欢使巴勒斯坦人抗议围栏将他们囚禁,这已经变得例行公事,几乎不再引起人们的注意。

上周五,以色列狙击手杀死了一名抗议者,并重伤了56人,其中包括22名儿童。

在此之前,有新的消息表明,以色列对大腿无武器的示威者开枪射击以伤害他们的政策是另一项战争罪,这种政策在很明显的巴勒斯坦人伤亡之后很久就一直持续着。

在200多人死亡和成千上万的巴勒斯坦人严重残废后,被嘲笑的是,有人建议狙击手通过向脚踝的抗议者开枪来“放松”。

以色列的另一个人权组织B'Tselem将军队的开火规定称为“刑事政策”,“有意识地选择不将站在篱笆另一侧的人视为人类”。

以色列宁愿结束这种犯罪行为,也不想掩盖这种犯罪行为。 它有效地将巴勒斯坦地区封锁起来,以避免受到审查。

人权观察组织的研究人员奥马尔·沙基尔(Omar Shakir)面临即将被驱逐出境的情况,但更多证据表明以色列对人权社区的镇压行动日渐增多。

上周巴勒斯坦进入权运动的一份报告警告说,以色列正在系统地拒绝外国人在被占领土上生活和工作的许可证,包括据称是在巴勒斯坦权力机构控制下的地区。

这影响到外国出生的巴勒斯坦人(通常是那些与当地巴勒斯坦人结婚的人)和国际人。 根据最近的报道,以色列正积极迫使在西岸领先大学比尔·泽伊特(Bir Zeit)任教的学者,这严重打击了巴勒斯坦的学术自由。

在以色列看来,强调以色列罪行的巴勒斯坦记者也是如此。 上周,以色列剥夺了他在耶路撒冷的一处住所– Mustafa Al Haruf,将他从妻子和幼儿中撕下。 因为让某人无国籍是非法的,所以以色列现在在欺负约旦以接受他。

另一个排斥政策-拒绝加入以色列最猛烈的批评家,即那些支持国际抵制,撤资和制裁(BDS)运动的人-面临着第一个挑战。

两名支持BDS的美国国会议员Ilhan Omar和Rashida Tlaib(在西岸有家庭)宣布了访问计划。

以色列官员表示他们将免除他们两人,显然是担心引起人们对以色列严厉的入境限制的广泛关注,以色列的入境限制也涵盖了被占领土。

以色列可能过于谨慎。 BDS运动单单主张对以色列施加惩罚,直到停止对巴勒斯坦人的虐待为止。西方国家政府对此轻描淡写。

在美国和欧洲,对以色列,甚至犹太人的强烈批评,更不用说采取有意义行动的要求,正与反犹太主义混为一谈。 这场骚动似乎大部分是为了缓解沉默以色列批评家的道路。

美国十二多个州以及参议院通过了由亲以色列游说团体起草的法律,以限制美国公众支持抵制以色列的权利。

德国和法国议会也通过了反BDS立法。

上周,美国众议院也加入了他们的行列,压倒性地通过了一项谴责BDS运动的决议。 只有17名议员提出异议。

奥马尔一直在鼓掌,他一直在推动一项旨在维护抵制支持者的《第一修正案》权利的法案。

这些对言论自由的限制似乎是荒谬的,正如以色列明确表示对和平不感兴趣,永远不会让巴勒斯坦建国,在被占领土上建立永久性种族隔离制度一样。

但是,应该没有惊喜。 进一步的镇压进一步证明,西方对以色列的支持确实基于共同的价值观,即那些将巴勒斯坦人视为小众的,可以任意践踏其权利的价值观。

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乔纳森·库克(Jonathan Cook)获得了玛莎·盖尔霍恩(Martha Gellhorn)新闻业特别奖。 他的著作包括“以色列与文明的冲突:伊拉克,伊朗和重塑中东的计划”(冥王星出版社)和“消失的巴勒斯坦:以色列在人类绝望中的实验”(Zed书籍)。 他的网站是 www.jonathan-cook.net.

 
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  1. Alf Tupper 说:

    so the perpetual battle continues: who can descend deepest into depraved sub-humanity – the zionist or the shabbos goy.
    my shekels as ever, are of course on the zionist. He has three thousand years of practice.

    • 回复: @Morgyn the Mighty
  2. Israel is a great nation and I’m so happy President Trump stands with her! Kick Iran’s ass boys! 🙂

  3. A123 说:

    Yet more painfully obvious Taqiyya lies….

    … raided a neighbourhood of Sur Baher, on the edges of Jerusalem. Explosives and bulldozers destroyed dozens of homes, leaving many hundreds of Palestinians without a roof over their heads.

    而且,现在真相:

    https://news.yahoo.com/israel-says-12-palestinian-buildings-destroyed-controversial-demolition-110918192.html

    在前一天的一次有争议的行动中,共有 12 座它认为是非法建造的巴勒斯坦建筑物被拆除,而联合国的初步评估显示,有 24 人流离失所。

    How does 24 = many hundreds???? Ah yes…. Pallywood non-logic… Hate is more important than facts. Even U.N. supplied facts.

    Also worth noting… The residents had *seven years* notice that the buildings were illegal. So, in *seven years* 24 people could not find legitimate living space! Really? Wow!!!
    ________

    答案是: *really easy*. If Muslim Palestinian occupiers of Jewish Palestinian land want better treatment, all they have to do is stop occupying Jewish Palestine.

    But, make sure to avoid Nasrallah’s stomping ground Muslim Lebanon… 黎巴嫩穆斯林对穆斯林巴勒斯坦人的暴行 比在犹太巴勒斯坦发现的任何东西都要糟糕得多。

    https://www.americanthinker.com/articles/2019/07/lets_talk_about_real_discrimination.html

    In Lebanon … Palestinians are banned from owning property, forced to live in run-down camps, and barred from formal education. In addition, Palestinians cannot own businesses in Lebanon and are banned from most decent-paying professions, including medicine and law. An estimated two thirds live in poverty.

    Nasrallah and Iranian al’Hezbollah care so much about Muslim Palestinines, they express the Muslim Pillar of Charity by forcing 2/3 of them to live in poverty. Somehow, that doesn’t seem very charitable….

    和平

  4. @Alf Tupper

    阿尔夫,

    Is that you, the “Tough of the Track”? Are you still running and competing?

    • 回复: @Alf Tupper
  5. Paul 说:

    I get a kick out of the “华盛顿邮报” suggesting that Donald Trump is racist. The 岗位 is a perpetual apologist for ethnic-cleansing Israel’s racism against the indigenous Palestinian people.

    • 回复: @Priss Factor
  6. So, Jewish Power took the homeland from Palestinians, and Jewish Power took away freedom of speech from whites in the West.

    Palestinians must accept invasion by Zionists, and white people must accept being gagged by Jewish globalists.

    In a way, the two are connected. Palestinians and whites. Whites enabled Jews in the destruction of Palestine, and now Jews take away with freedom and autonomy from whites. What goes around comes around. Whites should never have emboldened Jews to destroy the Palestinians. Now, Jews feel they can treat whites like More Palestinians. No land for Palestinians, and No Free Speech for whites.
    No Free Speech means whites will also lose their homeland as those who can’t say NO to mass-immigration-invasion are fated to go the way of dinosaurs.

    • 同意: Miggle
    • 回复: @Digital Samizdat
  7. @Paul

    But the irony is Trump totally supports Zionist destruction of Palestinians even though Jews are the forefront of treating whites as More Palestinians.

  8. The criminal enterprise of Israel has bribed most NATO-bloc governments with skimmed US aid, but they have a harder time controlling the free world. Institutional safeguards built into the treaty-body system choose expert staff as international civil servants acting on their own behalf rather than as national apparatchiks. So we have comprehensive documented evidence on the mechanics of programmatic Israeli extermination. Israeli government crimes against humanity are open-and-shut cases just waiting for Israel’s USG tools to lose one war too many.

    https://www.ohchr.org/EN/Countries/MENARegion/Pages/ILIndex.aspx

    https://ccprcentre.org/page/112nd-session-in-brief/israel-the-applicability-of-the-iccpr-to-occupied-palestinian-territory-is-again-a-main-concern-of-the-israel-review

    http://www.treatybodywebcast.org/cat-57th-session-israel/

    http://www.treatybodywebcast.org/crc-63rd-session-israel/

    http://www.treatybodywebcast.org/cerd-80-israel/

    The state of Israel is hostis humani generis. BDS is half-assed bullshit banned only to distract you. You know we’ve got to cut the head off the Israeli snake with prosecutions for the gravest crimes.

  9. @Honnête Juif

    Honnête Juif. – honest Jew

    hostis humani generis – enemy of mankind

    “Institutional safeguards built into the treaty-body system choose expert staff as international civil servants acting on their own behalf rather than as national apparatchiks.”

    Apologies for my ignorance (and also, I have not had the time to listen to ALL of the testimonies, only about 45 min); I do not understand what “treaty-body system” signifies.
    Does it have institutional heft? Does “treaty – system” have enforcement capability, and also, mechanisms to protect itself/its members?

    (Agree, BDS = BS, a distraction for the masses)

    The Koch-Soros collaboration, Quincy Institute, might offer a glimmer of hope.
    Stephen Wertheim a Co-Founder of the Quincy Institute for Responsible Statecraft and Research Director of its Ending Endless War program. He is also a Research Scholar at the Saltzman Institute of War and Peace Studies at Columbia University.

    He’s a young man with an impressive body of scholarship under his belt–
    http://www.columbia.edu/~saw2156/scholarship.html

    and ability to articulate calmly
    https://www.c-span.org/video/?463050-5/washington-journal-stephen-wertheim-discusses-diplomacy-us-foreign-policy

    ___
    Is Jeff Gates still active?
    ,https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cr56HuPf-9o

  10. Right, SoCro, good question, I should have been clearer. In US law a treaty is supreme law of the land under the supremacy clause, specifically equivalent to federal statute per the La Paquete Habana decision. A treaty body is an organization of treaty parties (countries that made an international legal commitment,) organized as the treaty requires. Examples are the Committee Against Torture or The Human Rights Committee. The treaty party (the US government) commits to conform all municipal (domestic) law to the treaty’s terms. The treaty body reviews the treaty party’s compliance and gives interpretive direction. Treaty bodies get compliance information from charter bodies (e.g. the Human Rights Council,) special procedures like mandates or OHCHR rapporteur visits, and domestic human rights advocates (so you can go over your government’s head to the outside world, e.g. with ushrnetwork.org.)

    The teeth are concerted diplomatic pressures by treaty parties, often, for the US, amounting to public shaming and disgrace – and where non-derogable rights like torture are concerned, international criminal law comes in, permitting investigations and prosecutions in forums including the ICC, or state prosecutions in universal jurisdiction (both of those are happening to CIA and JSOC torturers.)

    Persistent noncompliance of a less egregious sort is met with a loss of international standing that jeopardizes institutional influence – as Britain found out when it got kicked off the ICJ bench for the first time. Their human rights abuses in the Chagos Islands cost them their longstanding privilege of drafting international legal precedent. The US got kicked off the Human Rights Commission for similar screwups, and the world tightened the screws on them while the US had no say. So the teeth involve pacific suasion and material loss of influence or soft power.

    That’s conventional international law. The US is also bound by customary international law as state and federal common law. So we have all these legal protections,

    https://ohchr.org/EN/ProfessionalInterest/Pages/UniversalHumanRightsInstruments.aspx

    enforced not by bribed and blackmailed US hacks in judge robes, but by the outside world. Considering how our shitty worthless toilet-paper constitution got revoked, the universal instruments are all we have. They’re handy when you’re ready to secede from this underdeveloped US shithole, too.

  11. A123 说:

    In US law a treaty is supreme law of the land under the supremacy clause, specifically equivalent to federal statute per the La Paquete Habana decision.

    The important thing to note about this standard is:
    — Treaties are equivalent to Laws.
    — Laws are subordinate to the Constitution.

    Therefore, treaties cannot transfer Legislative, Executive, or Judicial powers enumerated in the Constitution to another body, such as the U.N. Such a transfer would require a Constitutional Amendment.

    Well defined treaties (of limited scope) take this into account. For example, Trade treaties have a review process that stays away from judicial functions (more akin to arbitration). Similarly, the maximum consequences are explicitly defined. For example, a trade Treaty that reduces tariffs would suspend that reduction as a consequence.

    Trying to fit the activities of the U.N. into mandatory limits imposed by the Constitution is difficult to unworkable, as no Amendment transferred reserved and enumerated Legislative authority to the U.N.
    __________

    这是一个很好的例子:

    The Treaty Clause is part of Article II, Section 2, Clause 2 of the United States Constitution that empowers the President of the United States to propose and chiefly negotiate agreements between the United States and other countries, which, upon receiving the advice and consent of a two-thirds supermajority vote of the United States Senate, become binding with the force of federal law.

    The UNSC Representative for the U.S. serves at the pleasure of the President. Thus, that Rep can negotiate a new treaty on behalf of the president. However, to bind subsequent administrations, such a Treaty still *必须* as a matter of Constitutional law obtain a vote of 2/3 of the Senate.

    Barak Hussein did not submit the JCPOA to the Senate, and did not obtain the *Constitutionally Required* ratification to bind subsequent administrations. Instead he used the inherently transitory, Executive Order power to make JCPOA binding on his, and only his, administration. President Trump is 100% correct under the U.S. Constitution. None of Barak Hussein’s Executive Orders, including the one related to JCPOA, bind his administration.
    _______

    George Soros and his NWO Globalist, elitiest, anti-democratic crazies keep lying when they say the U.N. represents the supreme authority on the planet. Do not listen to their absurdist propaganda.

    In the past, both Russia and China have also refused to go along with U.N. findings that violated their national sovereignty, so it is not like the U.S. is alone. No nation of substance is submissive before U.N. authority, because it has very little actual power.

    和平

    • 回复: @SolontoCroesus
  12. @A123

    You conveniently left this bit out of your quote from yahoo news ….. “More than 300 people were affected by the demolitions, it said.”
    There … fixed that for you.

    • 回复: @A123
  13. Alf Tupper 说:
    @Morgyn the Mighty

    indeed, and sticking rigorously to the time honoured athlete’s diet of British fish and chips.

    • 回复: @jester
  14. @A123

    “No nation of substance is submissive before U.N. authority, because it has very little actual power.”

    Therefore, Israel is 事实本身 私生子。

    • 回复: @A123
  15. A123 说:
    @SolontoCroesus

    Therefore, Israel is ipso facto illegitimate.

    I think you have a serious typo. Let me help… Everyone understands you actually meant:

    Therefore, SolentoCroeses is ipso facto incomprehensible

    和平

    • 回复: @jester
  16. A123 说:
    @zigzag wanderer

    Zig,

    Take your racist swastika lies and go away….

    The 300 people “affected” were not allowed to move in and got their money back.

    I know you are a Nazi…. You know you are a Nazi… Everyone knows you are a Nazi…..

    No piles of dead Jews for you today….. Tough break….

    和平

    • 回复: @eah
    , @Anon
  17. Very interesting, A123! But don’t get all wrapped around the axle trying to parse the constitution cause it’s gone. You’re not getting it back. Remember when Rumsfeld went to DEFCON 3, invoking COG? COG created an indefinite ICCPR-illegal state of emergency that revoked your constitution and replaced it with Vietnam-style Phoenix centers called fusion centers in every state. You live in a totalitarian kleptocracy under the iron heel of dumbshit job-shopped DHS Nazis.

    It’s no loss, your constitution was an obsolete piece of shit anyway. No country has adopted anything like it for 100 years. If you ever get a chance to get one again you should adapt Russia’s, or one from any middling African shithole. They’re state of the art, much better protection for all your rights. You’ll be surprised how nice it is to have world-standard rights and not the niggardly hind-tit scraps of rights your criminal CIA government makes you beg for. They’re really not worth shit.

    • 回复: @jester
    , @Ace
  18. eah 说:

    德国和法国议会也通过了反BDS立法。

    In both of those countries — as in most European countries — you can go to jail for denying the ‘Holocaust’ — things aren’t that bad in the US…yet.

    上周,美国众议院也加入了他们的行列,压倒性地通过了一项谴责BDS运动的决议。 只有17名议员提出异议。

    A resolution is not a law.

    奥马尔一直在鼓掌,他一直在推动一项旨在维护抵制支持者的《第一修正案》权利的法案。

    That’s all it was: “a slap in the face” — she can still promote the bill (whatever it is) — how far she’ll get with that is another question.

    It seems absurd that these curbs on free speech have emerged…

    Anti-BDS legislation is destined to fail — any such law will almost certainly not survive legal challenge: this already happened in Texas.

    Whether or not anti-BDS activity by government, eg the House resolution, has an effect on free speech, ie if it will discourage BDS activity by making it seem morally reprehensible, is not clear — it’s probably designed to do that.

    It all comes down to the ‘Holocaust’, as does the existence of the state of Israel itself — the ‘Holocaust’ is the Jewish franchise on victimhood — due to the alleged nature of the ‘Holocaust’, ie a state-sponsored plan of mass murder, even total extermination, aimed at Jews, the Jewish victimhood franchise is by far the world’s most valuable — this has to change.

    • 同意: Digital Samizdat
    • 回复: @jester
  19. eah 说:
    @A123

    Israel says the homes south of Jerusalem were built too close to its separation barrier cutting off the occupied West Bank, posing a security risk, and the demolitions were approved by its supreme court following a lengthy process.

    The ‘considering’ process in Israel seems rather flexible — just ‘consider’ some buildings to be “too close” (how close is “too close”? — is that some universal constant like the speed of light in a vacuum?) to some “barrier”, which can presumably be built pretty much anywhere Israel wants to build it, and presto the buildings are “illegal” and can be demolished — cool.

    Just like recently ‘considering’ that the Golan Heights actually belong to Israel — also cool.

    Yes, that whole ‘considering’ process Israel goes through works really well for the Jews, and is really flexible.

    • 回复: @A123
  20. Tsigantes 说:

    这些对言论自由的限制似乎是荒谬的,正如以色列明确表示对和平不感兴趣,永远不会让巴勒斯坦建国,在被占领土上建立永久性种族隔离制度一样。

    Hardly absurd, this is obviously by design.

  21. A123 说:
    @eah

    The ‘considering’ process in Israel seems rather flexible — just ‘consider’ some buildings to be “too close” (how close is “too close”? — is that some universal constant like the speed of light in a vacuum?) to some “barrier” … … Yes, that whole ‘considering’ process Israel goes through works really well for the Jews, and is really flexible.

    In this case, the consideration was the height and construction of the buildings providing fortified “sniper’s nests” higher than the barrer, intended to allow violent PLO/PA assassins the opportunity to target defenseless Jewish children.

    If violent Jihadist invaders do not like the overly generous ‘consideration’ provided by Palestinian Jews, there is an *简单的* answer. The Jihadist occupiers can exercise their ‘right to return’ to Mecca, Qom, or another ‘flexible’ Muslim locale that will accept them.

    和平

    • 回复: @AnonStarter
  22. jester 说:
    @Honnête Juif

    I could not agree more. If the US constitution were toilet paper I would not wipe my ass with it !

  23. jester 说:
    @A123

    It has taken you and many other readers of this site a very long time to realize the Solonto is really an intellectually deficient cuckoo …kinda like a $5M study that concludes smoking is bad for your lungs.

    OR…did you realize he was a nut ball all along but you tried your best to be polite ??

    I dont read any of his tripe because what he says is disjointed, rambling, goes off topic and brings nothing new or logical to the discussion.

    Incomprehensible ?? You are extremely diplomatic !!

    • 哈哈: A123
  24. jester 说:
    @Alf Tupper

    You ought to recommend this diet to some of our commentators. I rather suspect what they eat is contributing to diminished brain function if indeed any sort of brain exists and if it did, was it ever a functioning unit.

  25. jester 说:
    @eah

    Unfortunately those Jews ain’t going to discard something that works and is also profitable.

    I doubt any of them care whether it is true or false, the whole point of the exercise is maniipulation and PROFIT !

    As the old saying goes: If it works don’t break it and don’t fix it !

  26. jester 说:
    @A123

    Everyone loves these Palestinians so much but no other Arab country wants them. Further , the Western world trumpets their concerns and objections all day yet there they remain.

    Like a second son they must file a lawsuit for their daily bread only the case has been dragging on for how many years ?? I guess the judges are perpetually out of the office.

    Here is a suggestion,,all readers of this site who feel the Palestinians are hard done by are encouraged to sponsor a family:
    1. Send over enough money every month to cover their living expenses
    2. While doing so proceed to US Immigration and sponsor them
    3. When they arrive in the US, feed clothe and house them until they can get on their feet

    We already see the effects on Europe of mass and uncontrolled immigration. Many US states and cities are now beginning to feel the pinch from having these deadbeat residents both legal and illegal.

    I anxiously await the rush of bleeding hearts to help these people. If each of you snowflakes sponsor one family the Palestinian problem will be solved. Besides, what can be a better place to live than Europe or the US. A better life awaits them there and here.

    The whole love and hugs thing for these folks is highly entertaining keeping the Jester endlessly amused.

  27. @jester

    /the Western world trumpets their concerns and objections all day/

    You’re obviously not from America.

    Those who “trumpet their concerns” are few and far between here. Most still have no clue what’s happening on the ground over there, though the net has changed the landscape somewhat, thank God for that.

    As for sending money to Palestine, those organizations once involved in so doing were accused of abetting “terrorists” thanks to the most powerful lobby in the country. It didn’t matter if the funds were actually being used for humanitarian purposes or not, that’s what the Lobby does: fight to shut down every avenue of foreign assistance.

    And attempting to link the Palestinian cause of self-determination with the problems of mass migration to the west is just sloppy propaganda. Lame.

    Anyhow, thanks for showing us who you really are. Saves us a lot of time.

  28. anonymous[144]• 免责声明 说:
    @jester

    Everyone loves these Palestinians so much but no other Arab country wants them.

    — but then Arab countries want Jews even less

    — fact is, so many countries don’t want jews that they have to kill, blackmail & bribe to get jews into a country,
    — and once there, they subvert it.

  29. @A123

    /In this case, the consideration was the height and construction of the buildings providing fortified “sniper’s nests” higher than the barrer, intended to allow violent PLO/PA assassins the opportunity to target defenseless Jewish children./

    Two facts demonstrate you’re a liar:

    1. The apartment building owner wanted to build a high concrete wall at his own expense to satisfy Israel’s alleged “security concerns.” He even offered to pay for security cameras that Israel could use.

    2. Close to the apartment building, breaches in the “security fence” were created by Israel and have yet to be repaired.

    https://outline.com/YwnXkA

    Keep ’em comin’, Shlomo. It’s a real pleasure to demolish your facade.

    • 回复: @A123
  30. A123 说:
    @AnonStarter

    The apartment building owner wanted to build a high concrete wall at his own expense to satisfy Israel’s alleged “security concerns.”

    WOW!!! Less than 1% of the cost to you is a “solution”. [laughter]

    Keep up the Taqiyya lying for your murderous Blood Prophet. At this rate with 30 to 40 years of practice you might deliver your first credible lie…..

    Sorry… You don’t get to butcher any Jewish children today…. Tough break….

    和平😇

    • 回复: @AnonStarter
  31. @A123

    Read the article, Shlomo. He agreed to pay the cost in full.

    And even if he didn’t, you folks have already drained enough of our tax dollars to pay for 100% of it.

    As for lying, Zionists are the grandmasters of prevarication:

    http://www.jlaw.com/Articles/hf_LyingPermissible.html

  32. I have no idea why people come to a race realist site to virtue-signal by sticking their tongues up the assholes of IQ-75 Mohammedan rabble who are little different from Negroes. If you love them so much, go live with them.

  33. Anon[505]• 免责声明 说:
    @A123

    You’ve been discredited off of this board many times over, especially in your fake animosity toward Islam, if for no other reason than the many times proven and often Jewish stated alliance with Islam toward the destruction of the West.

    Go help your Semitic brethren fuck camels in the dessert and leave civilization to its creators.

  34. Anon[505]• 免责声明 说:
    @A123

    Take your racist swastika lies and go away….

    LOL… says the racially-inbred, ethnonationalist Jew with texts full of explicit genocidal and dispossession intent toward all out-groups.

    If racism and the swastika are anti-Jewish, then they are implicitly two of the most morally correct things that we have at our disposal today.

    Whats your wager on the increase in the tally of the total number of nations that the Jews will have gotten themselves kicked out of, for being complete jerkoffs to non-Jews, by 2100?

  35. @jester

    Everyone loves these Palestinians so much but no other Arab country wants them.

    FACT CHECK: There are 百万 of Palestinian refugees living in a variety of Arab countries, such as Lebanon, Syria and Jordan.

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Palestinian_refugees

    That number does 不能 even include Palestinian exiles who have individual residency permits in other Arab countries (usually in the Persian Gulf) for work purposes, the economy of Palestine having been thoroughly demolished by you-know-who.

    Here is a suggestion,,all readers of this site who feel the Palestinians are hard done by are encouraged to sponsor a family:
    1. Send over enough money every month to cover their living expenses

    Can we deduct that money from the 十亿美元 in aid we give the Zionists every year?

    2. While doing so proceed to US Immigration and sponsor them

    Why can’t they just be allowed to ‘make aliyah’ to Palestine?

    3. When they arrive in the US, feed clothe and house them until they can get on their feet

    You know, generations ago, before the Nakba, the Palestinians used to run farms and businesses and take care of themselves just fine.

    We already see the effects on Europe of mass and uncontrolled immigration.

    All those wars for Israel in the ME sure haven’t helped!

    • 回复: @Andrew G. Benjamin
  36. The clampdown is further evidence that western support for Israel is indeed based on shared values – those that treat the Palestinians as lesser beings, whose rights can be trampled at will.

    Poppycock! Western support for Israel has nothing to do with “values”; it is simply evidence of (((ZOG))).

  37. Sean 说:

    两名支持BDS的美国国会议员Ilhan Omar和Rashida Tlaib(在西岸有家庭)宣布了访问计划。

    以色列官员表示他们将免除他们两人,显然是担心引起人们对以色列严厉的入境限制的广泛关注,以色列的入境限制也涵盖了被占领土。

    ‘Twas Trump’s idea to keep them out. Western politicians are using Israel as much as being used by it.

  38. Ace 说:
    @Honnête Juif

    Sounds like a proposal for a good action movie. Did you post it here by accident?

  39. The article is an entirely political opinion piece without historical context and is devoid of reality.

    Everything is so, unless it isn’t. Judea and Samaria are territories, not a nation, for which two people make a claim. For the world at large, represented by the UN that is dominated by the Islamic agenda, the claim is settled in favor of a nation and people who never existed, except that they do as Southern Syrians and Jordanians, Lebanese and Egyptian – the last for example is the actual nationality of Yasser Arafat, the “father” of the Palestinians.

    In actuality there never were a nation, country, culture, civilization, or People who can be called “Palestinian,” except for the area’s indigenous people, Palestinian Jews.

    The Arabs from everywhere came in at the turn of the 20th century as workers who helped build the nascent Zionist State. Most were invited in, others came on the heels of the first. I refer you to: https://en.wikiquote.org/wiki/Zuheir_Mohsen There are no ancient “Palestinian” buildings even in the territories to attest to an ancient Arab civilization except for a few mosques built by Bedouin tribes. There is no evidence of an ancient Palestinian civilization. There is however, evidence of people who are obsessed with Jews and Israel in the negative sense, of being antisemites.

    There never were such realities as a Palestinian language, cuisine, religion, script, history, architecture, archaeology, art, music, currency or coin, because the Palestinian Arabs are Arabs from anywhere and everywhere. All the characteristics listed however can be attributed to the Hebraic. For anyone doubting these words, I refer them to all the great museums worldwide that never have displayed Palestinian artifacts – meaning other than Canaanite (pre-Hebraic and Hebraic ones.)

    The Palestinians as a nation and people were invented on Lubyanka Street in Moscow by KGB operatives around 1964. Refer to Mitrokhin Archives I & II and the appended.

    For more backup on Palestinism – another form of Jihad some in the west have joined – as the Palestinian Movement and narrative is nothing but jihad, I refer you all to:

    1. https://www.scoop.it/topic/the-palestinians-the-invented-people-of-a-fabricated-nation
    2. https://www.realclearworld.com/articles/2011/12/13/yes_palestinians_are_an_invented_people_99796.html
    3. https://gellerreport.com/2018/08/how-palestinians-invented.html/
    4. https://sonsoflibertymedia.com/how-the-palestinians-were-invented/
    5. https://www.gatestoneinstitute.org/11401/palestinian-people
    6. http://www.indaweb.com/oil/editorialopinion/tzemach.news.service01l.htm
    7. http://www.imninalu.net/myths-pals.htm

    • 回复: @AnonStarter
  40. @Digital Samizdat

    I refer you to BLACK SEPTEMBER. The Palestinians were thrown out of Jordan and then Lebanon. While many still live in these countries, they are hardly as welcome as the ones living inside Israel and don’t want to leave. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Black_September

    The fact is, Palestinians are unwelcome in Saudi Arabia, Kuwait and the other Arab states, and the Persians (Iran) just use them as human fodder, the same way they used their children in the war they waged on Saddam Hussein.

    In Judea and Samaria (West Bank only means the west bank of the Jordan River) there are many Hebraic artifacts. There are no Palestinian Arab artifacts. Moreover, the so-called and mislabeled West Bank is Jewish territory pursuant the Mandate, Balfour, San Remo, League of Nations and other international agreements. It is not “occupied” territory, except if you correctly say it was occupied when Jordan annexed it, and later occupied by Arab interlopers.

    Here’s the map for anyone who might agree that the Arabs and Muslims control 99+% of the territories of the mideast and that the Jews might have a right to 1%. Or as it seems, every people have a right to a national homeland, except the Jewish People, even though the Jewish People had lived in that homeland before any European or American people lived in theirs.

    1. http://tinyurl.com/y5fgoj3j

    2.

    The Jews have every legal, ethical, moral, and historical right to their homeland – far more than any of you reading this have a right to yours.

  41. Davidson20 说:

    而且...

    the catholic people “have every legal, ethical, moral, and historical right to” the Papal States

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Papal_States

    and the italian local population have to live without civil rights and under military domination

  42. @Andrew G. Benjamin

    So many words, so little to say.

    The “Palestinians are invented” 哈斯巴拉 is a transparent diversion. 阿贡多, let’s claim that, prior to the early 20th century, there was no such thing as a “Palestinian.” Well, European Ashkenazi Jews, who, beginning in the late 19th century, were shipped 集体 to Palestine were not indigenous to the land, unlike myriad Arab families who had been settled there for centuries aforetime.

    So when the project to displace indigenous Arabs began in earnest, this couldn’t have escaped their attention, particularly since they began to suffer mistreatment at the hands of zionists from the moment the latter began its regional infiltration:

    They were slaves in their Diasporas, and suddenly they find themselves with unlimited freedom, wild freedom that only a country like Turkey [the Ottoman Empire] can offer. This sudden change has planted despotic tendencies in their hearts, as always happens to former slaves ['ev ki yimlokh – 当奴隶成为国王时 – 箴言 30:22]。 他们对阿拉伯人充满敌意和残忍,不公正地侵犯他们,无缘无故地羞辱他们,甚至吹嘘他们的行为。 没有人能阻止洪水和结束这种卑鄙和危险的趋势。 链接

    Now, even if Arabs proximate to Palestine endeavored to counter zionist infiltration with their own variety of migration, they certainly weren’t less entitled to do so than European Ashkenazi Jews. In fact, it’s safe to say that they were wise to do so in order to mount a demographic defense.

    That they may have adopted the name of “Palestinian” to describe themselves says nothing of whether their families had roots in Palestine centuries before the late 19th century. Nor does it negate the fact that Balfour and San Remo explicitly mentioned indigenous Arabs’ right to self-determination, nor does it make Jordan part of the Palestine Mandate, nor does it undermine any one of the numerous UN security council resolutions that explicitly reference “occupied territory.”

    In short, you offer nothing more than a transparent red herring, and readers at unz.com are a bit sharper than those on the lowbrow platforms whose administrators your people so easily harangue into submission.

    You won’t find any traction for 哈斯巴拉 here, Andy. Not gonna happen.

  43. Unlike you, since you’re sharper than me, I am not afraid to use my real name and real facts. You see my real name, and below you get the real facts. No more Fake News and Fake Myths.

    There indeed were indigenous Arabs in “Palestine,” a name well-into the fifties used by media and the general culture to refer to Jewish Palestine. Up until the early sixties “Palestinians” referred to Jews in the media and culture. Even Hollywood.

    Around 1964 the Soviets extracted both Yasser Arafat (an Egyptian) and Mahmoud Abbas (a Lebanese-Syrian), and sent them to Patrice Lumumba University, the KGB Spy school, to train them to think like “Palestinians.” Meaning like a Jihadi, for the Palestinian movement was never a liberation movement, but a Jihadi movement. To each his own I say.

    Moscow, the last I looked, happens to be in Russia, and is not Palestinian territory. Moscow invented the Palestinians because they were exporting revolution into Asia and Africa at the time, as all Arab nations were Russian clients to whom Russia sold its weapons. Israel was a US client to whom America sold its weapons. Russia was in a serious cold war conflict with the US, as it is today, and the mideast was the field of battle. We took out Saddam, and now Iraq is a US and not Russian client. Israel took out Egypt and Jordan, and today both are US clients. In fact, seeing the light, today most Arab states are US clients, most Muslim states are US clients, and only Iran and the Syrian dictator, Hizbollah and Hamas, buy Russian weapons and propaganda.

    The documentation behind this deliberate and contrived invention and fabrication of the Palestinian people and nationhood is detailed in the Mitrokhin Archives I & II, released to global scholars from the KGB archives. Mitrokhin was the chief archivist of the KGB regime. Once you’ve read it, you cannot unread it. You’ll know.

    The Palestinian tragedy, the NAQBA DELUSION, is a hoax. It was actually a Jewish Tragedy of 2-3 times as many Jews having been expelled from their lands: https://www.jpost.com/Opinion/The-Jewish-Nakba-436834

    For the so-called “Palestinians” are merely Arabs from nowhere and everywhere.
    Meaning, Arabs who settled in the former Palestinian Territories, first, not many, to Arabs who came to work in Israel around the turn of the century – migrant workers, many, who were there temporarily and stayed on. The early Zionists were welcomed by the Arabs who had no work. The story is the same today.
    http://tinyurl.com/y546y6ql

    First the Romans threw the Jews out of Palestine – from a land far larger than the current Israel (see the maps), then others, the Mamalukes, Arabs, Ottomans threw out the former occupiers until the Brits threw out the Ottomans. Then the Jews already there and other Jews returning from Europe, Russia, America, Australia, Germany, threw out the Brits.

    And took their land back.

    It is how it goes in the real world, because while other empires fall, the Jews are Eternal.
    And of course, Chosen. But everybody knows that, it’s even in the Q’uoran – Jerusalem is the Jews’ land.

    The so-called “Palestinians” are southern Syrians mostly who inhabited – and still do – most of Jordan (back then Trans-Jordan.) The Jews, and not Arabs, were the indigenous people of western Jordan. Ask any tour guide in Jordan and he’ll confirm it and smile. So will maps of the ancient tribes.

    The West Bank actually only refers to the west bank of the Jordan river, land specifically Israeli. The Jews have inhabited those lands – even according to the Jordanians who know – for thousands of years. The Palestinian Arabs from Gaza (Egyptians), Lebanon and the former Palestinian territories, were nomads in earlier periods who traveled across the area to Northern Africa and back. Some did not, and just herded goats. The Jews had a commonweal thousands of years before the birth of Islam on that land.

    The Mandate of Palestine, with maps below, define the theft of Jewish land by Arabs according to the former facts on the ground described above. The second theft was the West Bank, clearly Jewish land, as you do not even see it defined on the Mandate Maps. It doesn’t exist. It is Israel.

    These facts, contrary to the maps you may have seen in the media suggesting Jewish theft of land, or the chopping up of the West Bank into settlements, are not propaganda, but the actual Mandate, legal, factual, physical:

    http://tinyurl.com/y546y6ql

    The slashed vertical line was formerly Jewish land now in Jordan!
    http://tinyurl.com/y4yxx87h

    Not mandated land mind you, but the lands from the ancient maps for which there is archaeological evidence aplenty. NOT ARAB land and never was Arab land!

    In fact, the Mandate agreed to internationally included ALL of Jordan.
    According to these facts that can hardly be disputed, the Arabs stole over 70% of the Jews’ lands.

    No one disputes that there was a small population of Arabs living on the land. No Jew, no Israeli, no Arab. But a small population in an almost deserted nation during the Zionist era does not make for a nation or a people. It makes for a nomadic tribe.

    I refer you to a number of explorers and travelers in the 19th century like Mark Twain (aka Samuel Clemens, a respected journalist) and others. I refer to you to the thousands of 19th century photographs of “Palestine” showing it to be nothing but bare, desolate, overgrown with weeds, strewn with fields of rocks. I refer you to museums worldwide displaying thousands of tons of Hebraic artifacts and no Palestinian Arab artifacts. I refer you to the myth of the Philistines, sailors who were actually Greeks, and not Arabs. I refer you to the Turks who ruled that land under the Ottoman Empire for hundreds of years, who are also not Arabs, but genetically like Hungarians.

    The Hebrews are back in their homeland speaking their ancient language written all over the artifacts being unearthed every day. God is Good.

    • 回复: @AnonStarter
  44. @Andrew G. Benjamin

    Well, you’re likely to rank among the top hasbarats of unz if you stick around. I’m sure you’ll make great friends with A123, Lot, and Fran — if you don’t already know them, that is.

    First off, nobody here is impressed by you using your real name. Aside from regular columnists, we have some anti-zionists brave enough do so, usually retired or semi-retired folk with little to lose.

    But given the fact that zionist influence over American institutions of government and media happens to be not only the single most politically incorrect topic to discuss publicly, but the topic most likely to yield real-life, deleterious consequences for those not recruited by Team Zion, I’m sure your bravery comes at little cost to you. Oh, you may still be disliked, but that’s a far cry from 失业 or being threatened with imprisonment, like Liberty crewmen,你不觉得吗?

    It’s why most folks here use anonymous handles, and one can hardly blame them given the climate of intimidation that Team Zion has precipitated throughout America:

    So chest thump all you’d like, Andy, it means nothing, and pretending like that climate doesn’t exist and those threats aren’t real accomplishes nothing more than to confirm your allegiance.

    It certainly does nothing for your protracted bore of an argument.

    Your contention that the Palestinian cause was introduced by the Soviets is a good example, particularly since Zionist infiltration of Palestine and its concomitant Arab response began many years before the Soviet Union even existed. What’s more, the right to self-determination of non-Jewish Palestinians was explicitly referenced in both Balfour and at San Remo, so the argument that such a cause was “invented” by Mitrokhin is patently absurd. That both the USA and the USSR supported Middle Eastern parties for the purpose of advancing hegemony or curtailing the advancement of the other is an entirely separate and unrelated issue, another red herring of yours.

    The remainder of your post consists of even worse rubbish. To itemize:

    1. Jews were compelled to leave Arab lands largely as a consequence of Arab indignation over zionist aggression and displacement of 700,000 Palestinians from their homes — the implementation of 计划表 being orchestrated well in advance for decades. Call it an injustice if you wish. What goes around, comes around.

    2. Your quote from Zuheir Mohsen does nothing to negate the fact that Arabs indigenous to Palestine are justifiably referenced as Palestinians. Mohsen was a pan-Arabist, emphasizing Arab unity over divisive nationalism. His own views contravened those of the PLO charter and he fought with them openly:

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Zuheir_Mohsen#cite_note-fisk80-7

    3. Palestinian Jews, Christians and Arabs had lived in relative peace with each other well before Herzl began his project in earnest. Dr. David Wasserstein, professor of Jewish Studies at Vanderbilt University and an expert in the history of Jewish-Muslim relations has correctly asserted that, were it not for Islam, Jews would have certainly gone the way of the dinosaur:

    https://www.thejc.com/comment/comment/so-what-did-the-muslims-do-for-the-jews-1.33597

    In fact, conflict among these groups was the exception to the rule during the 1,000+ year epoch of Muslim suzerainty. In contrast, since the late 19th century, which marked the beginning of zionist dispossession, conflict has been the general order of the day.

    4. When you use Scripture to justify Jewish possession of Palestine, you fail to mention that said possession is 空调 upon Israel’s fulfillment of its Covenant with God. 申命记28:15-68 spells out the consequences for Israel’s failure to uphold the Law, and it’s rather obvious to anyone paying attention that contemporary Israel does 不能 uphold the Law.

    As such, it’s merely a matter of time before they’re scattered to the four winds. Yet again.

    5. The Qur’an nowhere supports the fantasy that Jews are unconditional owners or trustees of the Holy Land — at all.

    6. Your maps are a contrivance predicated upon the falsehood that either Balfour or the Mandate (or both) conferred exclusive possession of the region (however you parse it) upon Jews and Jews alone. It did no such thing and there would be no international consensus concerning the final status of Palestine, even after the 1947 Partition Plan had become a non-binding, General Assembly resolution.

    Were it otherwise, we’d have to impose upon the history of deliberations the impossibility that all nations agreed upon your understanding of both Balfour and the Mandate while their alleged consensus failed, rather demonstrably, to affect that end.

    In fact, after the miserable Partition Plan of 1947 was justifiably rejected by those representing Palestinian self-determination, the UN formed a Special Committee on Palestine (UNSCOP) with the intent to resolve the clear inequities inhering to the Plan. UNSCOP was still deliberating when the Mandate officially ended, and Israel seized the opportunity to unilaterally declare statehood and begin its implementation of 计划表.

    UNGAR 181 never made it through Security Council proceedings. And the rest, as they say, is history.

    Again: Had Balfour given the imprimatur of “absolute possession” that you imagine it did, there would have been no need for continued deliberations upon the final status of Palestine — neither in the League of Nations, nor in the UN.

    That said deliberations occurred is sufficient evidence that there was no international consensus concerning it. That they could not conclude before Israel made its 事实上的 declaration of war is sufficient evidence of its flagrant disregard for international law.

    But, of course, all of this is irrelevant to those who hold the Talmud to be sacred. I understand this, because I understand faith. That said, reason is the root of my faith, and reason does not allow me to share yours: a manifestly primrose path to a difficult destination.

    I’d rather the destination be rosy and the path be difficult. God knows, it just makes more sense, at least to those who know how things really are.

    7. Incidentally, your references — all of them, including that of the satirist Twain who prefaced his defense of Jews with a declaration of willingness to defend the devil, should he be so inclined — don’t constitute evidence of anything more than your inability or unwillingness to present well documented population statistics for Palestine circa 1878.

    请允许我:

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Demographic_history_of_Palestine_(region)#Late_Ottoman_period

    That’s a population of 86-87% Muslims, 9% Christians, 3% 土著 Jews, and merely 1-2% foreign born Jews.

    In 1900, approximately 564,000 out of 600,000 Palestinians were Arabs. That’s 94%.

    So … before the first waves of Ashkenazi Jews were shipped 集体 to Palestine, Palestine was inhabited by a large, majority Arab population.

    Incontestable facts.

    As for land ownership, you won’t fare much better, Andy. Here’s the UN map displaying results of a 1945 land survey:

    At that time, Arabs remained in possession of 85% of Palestine, while Jews owned less than 7%.

    Hard, cold numbers, Andy.

    As for “making the desert bloom,” Palestinians had been doing that well before zionists arrived:

    https://www.cjpme.org/fs_210

    In fact, it’s been proven that British — rather than Jewish — governance improved Palestinian agriculture yields:

    https://www.zochrot.org/en/article/56424

    I just love the smell of roast 哈斯巴拉 on a quiet Wednesday afternoon. Don’t you?

    Indeed, God is good.

  45. It would require of me to write a thesis refuting your revision of history, but I have no time to do that.
    It is a fact that the Jews of ancient Israel (I keep religion out of this discussion other than humorously use the Chosen People), never gave up ownership of the land the Romans renamed as an insult, “Palestine.” Not willingly and formally relinquishing the territories to others does not represent a willing transfer of property.

    That you evict the owner of a house because you either wanted to have the property for your own use, or just as punishment for resisting, does not make you the owner. The Nazis learned that the hard way.

    That you transfer ownership by default, or by the unwilling absence from property of the former owners, does not make for a legal transfer either. No matter that the later owners, Mamalukes, Arabs, Christian knights, Ottomans, and then the Brits, were to whom each, in succession, transferred the Jews’ property. It certainly does not represent the transfer of Israel to Arabs by the mere virtue that a number of Arabs moved to Israel, most of them during the Zionist period, as migrant workers who now make a claim for the state. I can post the census’ too, but have no time.

    The most important factors to understand in this argument, if one were not driven by antisemitism, but historical facts on the ground, is that:
    1. Palestine was never a nation or country. There are no “Palestinian People.”
    2. Palestinians included various Jews and Arabs, their numbers changing at different periods in time.
    3. No one denies that there was an indigenous Arab population.
    4. People whose mania and obsession are the Jews, ONLY deny that there was an indigenous Jewish population, continuous through the ages, and evidenced by tons of Hebraic artifacts in museums worldwide. In other words, the denial is similar to, and runs on parallel tracks, to Holocaust denial, and the machinery is oiled by the same nasty and entirely wrongheaded and hateful ideology. That ideology is an obsession, a mania, an addiction. AKA, mental derangement.
    5. Two people make claim to the same land, but there’s only the Jewish heritage that supports the claim with physical and legal evidence.
    6. No one can deny the 1920 Mandate Map that shows that the land of Israel is but 23% of Brit Palestine (not included are French Palestine), the West Bank is included AS JEWISH, and given this fact, the Muslim Arabs were given, without any logical reason other than bribes, 77% of Palestine, even though much of it was historically Hebraic. In other words, the Palestinians were given twice as much land as the Jews and have had a homeland since 1948.
    7. What drives the antisemite is the conviction that every people deserve their own homeland, sovereignty, self-determination, but the Jewish People. And, accordingly, they will go through all sorts of intellectual hoops to defend their views and specious documentation, while totally ignoring vetted and accepted documentation that would prove that the Israelis had a state thousands of years before Islam and Christianity, making the Jews’ legitimacy over their land not only solid and true, but FAR more legitimate than the claims of the French on theirs, the Brits on theirs, the Russians on theirs, the Spaniard and Irish on their lands, and even the Americans on theirs.

    • 回复: @anarchyst
  46. /It would require of me to write a thesis refuting your revision of history, but I have no time to do that./

    权利。

    You have time to inundate us with falsehoods, but no time to address my comprehensive exposure of them as such with anything other than deflection.

    I’ll accept that as a tacit concession of my points.

    But I’ll also add the following:

    Examining the 1920 Mandate for Palestine, we read

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mandate_for_Palestine

    In Palestine, the Balfour Declaration’s “national home for the Jewish people” was to be established the Palestinian Arabs, who composed the vast majority of the local population; this requirement, amongst others, was not to apply to the separate Arab Emirate to be established in Transjordan。 [重点添加]

    So not only did the League of Nations no longer consider Jordan to be part of Palestine, the “national home for the Jewish people” clearly didn’t comprise the entirety of what was afterward called Palestine, since it was to be established a home for Palestinian Arabs within that territory as per the explicit stipulations of the LoN Charter.

    As such, your maps prove nothing but your fraudulence.

    The remainder of your unhinged rant is little more than a claim to “ownership” that attempts a non-Scriptural argument, which is amusing, as Scripture is the closest thing you have to a legitimate claim. Perhaps that’s why Ben Gurion, in spite of being an avowed atheist, still referred to Israel’s borders as those of the Promised Land.

    When you speak of “legal evidence” in the 21st century C.E., you’re going to have to present something binding in international law, not just Israel’s Antiquities Law. Sure, it’s “legal” for Israel to confiscate land on the pretext of locating artifacts. That the law in Israel is written to discriminate in favor of Jews is hardly a secret:

    https://ifamericansknew.org/cur_sit/shahak.html

    And you’re playing the “anti-Semite” card with me? Seriously?

    The hallmark of a desperate zionist, to say the least.

    You haven’t the slightest clue.

    • 回复: @Sovereign
  47. Davidson20 说:

    “迦南地”的人

    The people of “the Land of Canaan” was (ca. 1875) 90% from Arabhebrew culture, 8% from Christian heritage and 2% from rabbinical tradition

    阿斯肯纳兹人(意第绪民族)来自俄罗斯

    you confuse people with words and fantasy literature

    between the first and the nineteenth century there are very few changes in “the people of the land” (“am ha’eretz”) of “the land of Canaan” because the culture of the people of the land was not rabbinical Judaism (Yehuda ha nasi and the Mishná [ca. 200-])

    the religious cultures of the hebrew peasant of the first century was very similar to the primitive islam

    -

    发展史

    (A) one history is the history of the “(fugitives [and for the palatial scribes]) outlaws bandits”: ‘the tribes of fugitives, freemen and bandits that not pay taxes‘, that is the history of ‘the ArabHebrew goatherds of the land of Canaan’ who rightly hated pigs, and they loved goats: the pig is the slavery of the valley under the power of the palaces, the goat is the freedom that leads to the great open space: the desert

    This is one history, at the end of the Late Bronze Age, remember that “Moses” father-in-law is an Arab priest (Exodus 3,1) and Yahweh is a divinity that came from the south, and “Esau” is the first and older son of Isaac

    (B)另一个历史,非常不同的历史……是 阿拉姆统治阶级 (=“雅各布”)带着金钱,书籍,小册子和波斯人的力量来到“迦南地”

    这个亚拉姆统治阶级是在亚述帝国,迦勒底帝国和波斯帝国三个帝国的伪造下创建的

    申命记26,5:“我父亲是亚兰人”

    (C)第三次历史……是……的历史 一种宗教,犹太教,在古代世界中广为流传 (specifically spread like fire by gunpowder among women) and that continued to extend until the early middle ages

    three history, three different stories, although of course one can find a Russian 60-70% European and 40-30% Turkish-Syrian-Persian who in his childish and / or religious fantasies believes descent from an ArabHebrew goatherd of “the Land of Canaan”

  48. Sovereign 说:
    @AnonStarter

    I am amazed and appreciative of your patience in taking the time to thoroughly destroy “Benjamin’s” hasbara. The facts you have presented are well known to those with the desire/interest to look for the truth and many are from the efforts of Jewish researchers with the morality to do the same. In my time observing comments on this topic, I have learned that the Zionist angle is always to obfuscate the truth with a myriad of tactics… presenting things out of context, twisting half-truths, or just straight up inventing things, which occurs at an amazing frequency in hasbara posts. Often the aim, I believe, it to overwhelm the reader with minutiae to a) attempt to prove their point and b) convince the reader of his/her intelligence. Scratch below the surface, however, and the only thing left to see is the sheer dishonesty of the poster. You can only hide the truth for so long. Well done.

    • 回复: @AnonStarter
  49. @Sovereign

    Thank you. I greatly appreciate your compliments, particularly given your personal experience, which has taught you well.

  50. @A123

    你总是以和平结束你的 Zioblabber ......难道不应该按照你撒旦的巴比伦塔木德主义起来杀戮吗?

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