Israeli lebensraum and ethnic cleansing continues unabated

yanshuf

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Ziononsense. :rolleyes:

Really?

That's what you have to say after saying you support armed resistance against Israeli "okyupeishen"?

Not surprising, as most of the leftistics here have a tendency of narcissisticly ignoring their low moral ground and preaching others how to behave.

You start behaving in the way you preach first, and then tell others what to do.
 


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US blocks UN vote to condemn Israeli demolition of Palestinian homes

The US House of Representatives also voted to condemn boycotts against Israel this week

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The United States blocked an attempt to get the United Nations Security Council to condemn Israel’s demolition of Palestinian homes on the outskirts of Jerusalem, diplomats said.

Citing 17 Palestinians who would be displaced by the destruction, UN officials had called on Israel to halt the plans. But Israel continued, saying the 10 apartment buildings it demolished on Monday had been built illegally, and posed a threat to Israeli armed forces along the occupied West Bank. Most of the homes were still under construction.

On Tuesday, Kuwait, Indonesia, and South Africa circulated a five-paragraph draft statement to the 15-member Security Council expressing concern. The document, seen by Reuters, warned that the demolition “undermines the viability of the two-state solution and the prospect for just and lasting peace.”

Demolitions
 

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Translator’s note: 'Below is the testimony of Yuval Abraham, a filmmaker and journalist, who stayed with a family in Sur Baher the night their home was demolished by Israeli forces. Abraham’s account, translated from Hebrew, was originally published on Facebook and addressed to fellow Israeli Jews.
The story of Ismail’s family, described here through Abraham’s eyes, is one of many. That night, 72 other families had their homes demolished by Israeli forces'

 

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Good to see Netanyahu and Apartheid israel openly admit the goal is ethnic cleansing and transfer of Palestinians.

'As if the Tlaib-Omar debacle wasn’t enough, the prime minister pours 'ethnic cleansing' fuel on the dumpster fire of Israel’s PR'
For Palestinians, on the other hand, the official confirmation of the existence of an Israeli policy encouraging Gazans to leave their homes is “depopulation” under another euphemism, one more link in the long historic chain that began with their national catastrophe, the Nakba.

Gaza emigration ploy suggests Netanyahu hell-bent on torching Israel’s image abroad
 

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In response to Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu’s recent pledge to annex parts of the occupied West Bank, Rabbi Alissa Wise, acting Co-Executive Director of Jewish Voice for Peace, said:

“Netanyahu’s desperate attempt at re-election, by pledging to take over the West Bank and annex the illegal settlements, comes at the expense of justice, rights and equality for Palestinians.
It’s never been clearer that Trump is hand-in-hand with Netanyahu’s plans for annexation.
Six weeks ago, bulldozers went into East Jerusalem’s Wadi Hummus neighborhood and destroyed more homes in a single day than since the beginning of the 1967 occupation.
Fifty years later, Netanyahu is pledging annexation of this Palestinian land in a shameless bid at re-election.

“This is no time for Congress to remain silent.
Our elected officials must stand up to Trump’s empowerment of racism and authoritarianism in Israel – because it’s never been clearer that the greatest obstacle to peace in the Middle East is Israel.”
 

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In response to Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu’s recent pledge to annex parts of the occupied West Bank, Rabbi Alissa Wise, acting Co-Executive Director of Jewish Voice for Peace, said:

“Netanyahu’s desperate attempt at re-election, by pledging to take over the West Bank and annex the illegal settlements, comes at the expense of justice, rights and equality for Palestinians.
It’s never been clearer that Trump is hand-in-hand with Netanyahu’s plans for annexation.
Six weeks ago, bulldozers went into East Jerusalem’s Wadi Hummus neighborhood and destroyed more homes in a single day than since the beginning of the 1967 occupation.
Fifty years later, Netanyahu is pledging annexation of this Palestinian land in a shameless bid at re-election.

“This is no time for Congress to remain silent.
Our elected officials must stand up to Trump’s empowerment of racism and authoritarianism in Israel – because it’s never been clearer that the greatest obstacle to peace in the Middle East is Israel.”
An antisemite suddenly is ready to respect a rabbi. Whatever and whoever you want, if it supports his antisemitism. Rabbi? Who told her that she is rabbi?
 

james toney

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No..... the racist Netanyahu and his fellow zionist anti semites don't respect such rabbis that tell the truth.
They call them self hating Jews and worse....that's anti semitism for you.
If you want to go down that road...and expose your support for racism and certain anti semitism like all the other useless hasbara trolls...then be my guest.
 

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He's not elected yet, but if he is this is an explainer.


It isn’t officially considered a war, even though it killed more Israelis than the Six-Day War of 1967.


No single episode has shaped Israel’s population and politics like the wave of suicide bombings perpetrated by Palestinians in the first years of the 21st century. Much of what you see here in 2019 is the aftermath of that time, and every election since has been held in its shadow. The attacks, which killed hundreds of Israeli civilians, ended hopes for a negotiated peace and destroyed the left, which was in power when the wave began. Any sympathy that the Israeli majority had toward Palestinians evaporated.






More than any other single development, that period explains the durability of Benjamin Netanyahu, which outsiders sometimes struggle to understand. Simply put, in the decade before Mr. Netanyahu came to power in 2009, the fear of death accompanied us in public places. There was a chance your child could be blown up on the bus home from school. In the decade since, that has ceased to be the case. Next to that fact, all other issues pale. Whatever credit the prime minister really deserves for the change, for many voters it’s a good enough reason to keep him in power on Sept. 17.
 

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He's not elected yet, but if he is this is an explainer.


It isn’t officially considered a war, even though it killed more Israelis than the Six-Day War of 1967.


No single episode has shaped Israel’s population and politics like the wave of suicide bombings perpetrated by Palestinians in the first years of the 21st century. Much of what you see here in 2019 is the aftermath of that time, and every election since has been held in its shadow. The attacks, which killed hundreds of Israeli civilians, ended hopes for a negotiated peace and destroyed the left, which was in power when the wave began. Any sympathy that the Israeli majority had toward Palestinians evaporated.






More than any other single development, that period explains the durability of Benjamin Netanyahu, which outsiders sometimes struggle to understand. Simply put, in the decade before Mr. Netanyahu came to power in 2009, the fear of death accompanied us in public places. There was a chance your child could be blown up on the bus home from school. In the decade since, that has ceased to be the case. Next to that fact, all other issues pale. Whatever credit the prime minister really deserves for the change, for many voters it’s a good enough reason to keep him in power on Sept. 17.
All this can be said much simplier: many Israelis don't see any alternative to Netanyahu.
Anyway, I don't think that this dirty thread is an appropriate place to discuss such issues.
 

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All this can be said much simplier: many Israelis don't see any alternative to Netanyahu.
Anyway, I don't think that this dirty thread is an appropriate place to discuss such issues.
Progressive forces are active on all Jew threads. :giggle:
 

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Benny Morris: Israel’s Concealing of Nakba Documents Is Totalitarian

Defense Ministry officials apparently hope their actions will raise doubts about the conclusions and credibility of various scholars, says renowned historian
Benny Morris

Shezaf outlines how, since the mid-2000s or early 2010s, Malmab, the Defense Ministry’s secretive security department, has systematically culled from Israeli archives documents that paint the state’s conduct toward Palestine’s Arabs, particularly during the 1948 war, in bleak colors. In vaults, it hides away documents describing expulsions and massacres by various pre-state militias and then Israeli soldiers during that war and in subsequent years.

Israel's cover up
It's more open now......even Netanyahu is posing with photos (not fake) of further ethnic cleansing...and Apartheid.
 


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