Why terrorism works

L'Chaim

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This is a fabulous article from Alan Dershowitz. He explains how the international community, having rewarded palestinian terrorism, is now a victim of terrorism. He makes a very strong argument that other groups have learned from the palestinians and turned to terrorism because they saw how the palestinian cause was rewarded for its terrorist attacks. They see how palestinian terrorists are rewarded by the international community and by the political leaders of the palestinian people. If the Manchester suicide attack had been carried out by a palestinian and the attack had happened in an Israeli auditorium, the family of the suicide bomber would have been paid a small fortune for him murdering so many children and other civilians. Anywhere else this would be seen as accessory to murder, but not when it comes to palestinian terrorists. And other groups see all this and want to be rewarded like the palestinian terrorist groups are, by the palestinian leaders and many in the wider international community, including many governments in the international community.

Israel, on the other hand, has led the world in efforts to fight terrorism and for its efforts it gets attacked by the international community more than any other country in the world. Those who promote terrorism are treated better in the UN than Israel who opposes terrorism.
https://www.gatestoneinstitute.org/10409/terrorism-persists-because-it-works

If you really want to fight terrorism, and show your opposition to it, you should support Israel. And you can start by never rewarding terrorism with support from near or far, and by punishing all those who facilitate it. You certainly don't support those in jail for terrorist attacks and instead organise rallies to the Israeli embassy to show your support for palestinian terrorists. Don't make the mistake of having 'favourite' terrorist groups. Oppose them all.
 


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The fact that Israel is still around proves that terrorism works.
 

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Zoo petunia
 

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The Israhellis are very proud of the Zionist terrorist campaign against the British mandate that ruthlessly murderer civilians.
Good that you acknowledge their terrorism........What's good for the Goose..........
 

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According to Flapan, Weizmann preferred to negotiate a political solution primarily with the British, and sometimes with non-Palestinian Arabs, but he opposed negotiating a solution with the Palestinians themselves. In the early 1920s he came out vehemently against the attempts of Judah Leon Magnes to mediate with the Arabs. Magnes' proposal included a Palestinian state to be established with proportional voting. Weizmann was vehemently opposed to the setting up of representative institutions in Palestine.[55] According to Gorny, Weizmann "did not regard the Palestinian Arabs as partners in negotiations on the future of Palestine".[57]
The Israel formula.

Use terrorism and don't give the people the right to have a say in their own future.
 

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It did not stop Slabz Frenz.

All forgetten about so quickly.
 
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This is a fabulous article from Alan Dershowitz. He explains how the international community, having rewarded palestinian terrorism, is now a victim of terrorism. He makes a very strong argument that other groups have learned from the palestinians and turned to terrorism because they saw how the palestinian cause was rewarded for its terrorist attacks. They see how palestinian terrorists are rewarded by the international community and by the political leaders of the palestinian people. If the Manchester suicide attack had been carried out by a palestinian and the attack had happened in an Israeli auditorium, the family of the suicide bomber would have been paid a small fortune for him murdering so many children and other civilians. Anywhere else this would be seen as accessory to murder, but not when it comes to palestinian terrorists. And other groups see all this and want to be rewarded like the palestinian terrorist groups are, by the palestinian leaders and many in the wider international community, including many governments in the international community.

Israel, on the other hand, has led the world in efforts to fight terrorism and for its efforts it gets attacked by the international community more than any other country in the world. Those who promote terrorism are treated better in the UN than Israel who opposes terrorism.
https://www.gatestoneinstitute.org/10409/terrorism-persists-because-it-works

If you really want to fight terrorism, and show your opposition to it, you should support Israel. And you can start by never rewarding terrorism with support from near or far, and by punishing all those who facilitate it. You certainly don't support those in jail for terrorist attacks and instead organise rallies to the Israeli embassy to show your support for palestinian terrorists. Don't make the mistake of having 'favourite' terrorist groups. Oppose them all.
Didn't Irgun model themselves on the IRA?
 

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Why have Israel not bombed the daesh? :)
More pertintently - Why does it seem that Israel is assisting the Al CIAda franchis holder, Al Nusra and it's various rebranded chameleon entities ?
 

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Good that you acknowledge their terrorism........What's good for the Goose..........
Zionists attempted to murder Winston Churchill who I'm far from an admirer of in the middle of World War II.

I support the Palestinian resistance to the Zionist colonial project 100 per cent.
 

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The Tel Aviv municipal building adorned itself with the Egyptian flag at 11:00pm Saturday evening in solidarity with the Egyptian people and Coptic Christians following a deadly shooting attack that claimed the lives of 29 people.
https://www.ynetnews.com/articles/0,7340,L-4968091,00.html

Israel shows solidarity with the Egyptian people and the Coptic Christians. I wonder if they would do the same if the attack had been against Israelis in Israel
 

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L'Chaim - do you think that the Al Qaeda aligned entities in Syria should receive external support ?
 

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The Israhellis are very proud of the Zionist terrorist campaign against the British mandate that ruthlessly murdered civilians.
No, The Jewish agency came out against those attacks and once Israel was declared the government forced those groups to disband. You make things up and show your ignorance and lack of intellect
 

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The Tel Aviv municipal building adorned itself with the Egyptian flag at 11:00pm Saturday evening in solidarity with the Egyptian people and Coptic Christians following a deadly shooting attack that claimed the lives of 29 people.
https://www.ynetnews.com/articles/0,7340,L-4968091,00.html

Israel shows solidarity with the Egyptian people and the Coptic Christians. I wonder if they would do the same if the attack had been against Israelis in Israel
I think this is to be appreciated as the Copts are a minority facing routine agression by many

In particular at the hands of the MB.
 

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No, The Jewish agency came out against those attacks and once Israel was declared the government forced those groups to disband. You make things up and show your ignorance and lack of intellect
Menachem Begin who was a leading figure in Irgun was the first Likud Prime Minister of the Zionist colonial project. There was zero controversy over his terrorist past. Ellie Wiesal was an unrepentant supporter of them, even doing translation work when he was a student. Again not much controversy over that now is there?
 


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