Israeli lebensraum and ethnic cleansing continues unabated


darkhorse4

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With the exception of 1948, the Arabs were not the invader. In 1967 Israel was the invader. In 1973 the Arabs were not invaders because they were entering their own territory which had been occupied in 1967.
Wrong
The 6 day war began as when Egypt illegally closed the Straits of Tiran, an international waterway, to Israeli shipping - in defiance of the UN and despite Israeli warning to Egypt that this would result in war. Egypt, ruled by the idiot Nasser, got their asses badly kicked, lost the war and lost the Sinai peninsula as a result.
You will find that the same thing will happen to any country who closed an international waterway on which another country is dependant.
Ask Russia what they would do if Turkey closed the Bosphorous
 

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Wrong
The 6 day war began as when Egypt illegally closed the Straits of Tiran, an international waterway, to Israeli shipping - in defiance of the UN and despite Israeli warning to Egypt that this would result in war. Egypt, ruled by the idiot Nasser, got their asses badly kicked, lost the war and lost the Sinai peninsula as a result.
You will find that the same thing will happen to any country who closed an international waterway on which another country is dependant.
Ask Russia what they would do if Turkey closed the Bosphorous
I'm not sure any other country (except maybe China or Russia) would actually seek to expand its territory in such a situation.
 

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I'm not sure any other country (except maybe China or Russia) would actually seek to expand its territory in such a situation.
They didn't seek to expand their territory
They were attacked by Egypt, Jordan, Syria and Iraq and held onto territory following Egypts illegal blockade
They held Sinai as a buffer zone with Egypt subject to a future peace agreement - which was eventually signed in 1979 and they then gave it back
Likewise with the Golan - but Syria has yet to make its peace with Israel
 

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They didn't seek to expand their territory
They were attacked by Egypt, Jordan, Syria and Iraq and held onto territory following Egypts illegal blockade
They held Sinai as a buffer zone with Egypt subject to a future peace agreement - which was eventually signed in 1979 and they then gave it back
Likewise with the Golan - but Syria has yet to make its peace with Israel
Israel has made clear recently that it considers the Golan to be part of Israel. They have lobbied the US to recognise this.

I would point to Israels nefarious role in the Suez Crisis in 1956 as another piece of evidence of their designs on the Sinai.
 

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Israel has made clear recently that it considers the Golan to be part of Israel. They have lobbied the US to recognise this.

I would point to Israels nefarious role in the Suez Crisis in 1956 as another piece of evidence of their designs on the Sinai.

Thats probably inevitable now as Syria have never shown any intention of making a peace deal with Israel and appologising for their failed invasion. Had they been anyways an honourable country they would have done that years ago.
I would point to the endless wars and brutal dictatorships in Arab lands ever since they were given self rule
 

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Apartheid style attack by Israeli settlers on village of Al Mgheir, Ramallah district. This is like when Apartheid SA sent troops and paramilitaries to bulldoze Black townships.

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Well, that was a speech wasn't it?
A speech after a conquest of territory. For those you are actually interested in the conflict on the ground and have emotional ties to the Land and it's peoples it was a major event because once he heard that speech Professor Israel Shahak ceased to be a Zionist. I notice oh it is just a speech but everything a non-Jewish Levantine says real or imagined by Zionist propaganda is never just a speech.

Your sig demonstrates the sickness of Zionism- the majority NOW of Jews in Israel/Palestine basically belong to the Arab world in which they were an intrinsic part, Arab Jews or more accurately the Sephardi and Mizrachi were supposed to be kept out of the Zionist colonial project, however having ethnically most the indigenous population the Ostjuden needed a working class and than came Mossad's brilliant operations to get Levantine and North Africa Jewry to Palestine. If we are going to talk in Pan-Arab terms most Israeli Jews are part of the "Arab Nation". The thing is that people like support Zionism not out of love or concern for Jews but out of hatred for Muslims.
 

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Apartheid style attack by Israeli settlers on village of Al Mgheir, Ramallah district. This is like when Apartheid SA sent troops and paramilitaries to bulldoze Black townships.
Moving swiftly on as they say ...
Don't think I will be following you down your anti-semitic rabbit hole any longer ..
 
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What's set in stone are your slogans and smearing, sneering analogies to Nazis that you know will deeply hurt Jews. It would literally kill you to actually state the truth about these walls, wouldn't it.

Clown-Hamas faced major internal over suicide bombing even though an Eastern Orthodox there supported it. That more than anything brought it to an end however we have seen the New Sicarii. What is the difference between the indigenous resistance of the am ha'aretz in the Second Temple Period and that resistance now?
 

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'Shaping the favorable perception of Israel has also involved the efforts of Zionist-dominated Hollywood movies and television to portray Jewish heroism while also at the same time ignoring the Zionist terrorism directed against both the indigenous Palestinian population and the British Mandate authorities prior to Israel’s statehood.
The movie Exodus shaped many Americans’ perceptions of what had occurred in the Middle East, while the steady stream of films related to the so-called holocaust, which ignore the many problems with that standard narrative, perpetuate Jewish suffering and victimhood'

In truth, no one should believe any country’s creation narrative, which, since the time of Virgil’s Aeneid, has been intended to present an idealized portrait that is largely fact-free. Nationalists will inevitably distort the tale to reflect their own vision of what their homeland represents and how it came to be, but Israel’s story is unusual in that it is packed with lies from start to finish.



israel’s Story: Lies from Top to Bottom | Uprootedpalestinianss Blog

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No outrage at yet more israeli murder of Palestinian children....why?
'As the world’s attentions focus elsewhere, the Israeli military continues to act with impunity in the occupied West Bank. In the last 24 hours, for example, Israeli forces shot four Palestinian school children with live ammunition.'


In the last 24 hours, the Israeli military has shot four Palestinian children with live ammunition. One girl has died. | The Canary

No outrage either against the indoctrination of palestinian Arab child soldiers leading to their death.
Why?
 

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No outrage either against the indoctrination of palestinian Arab child soldiers leading to their death.
Why?
They were not child soldiers.

How do you think the Palestinians should respond to the situation they are in?
 

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They were not child soldiers.

How do you think the Palestinians should respond to the situation they are in?

For a start, dont send their young children in to fight
If they had any honour they would fight themselves for what they claim they have lost
 

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