Alan “Israel Did 9/11” Sabrosky: Most Censored Man in America

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Who’s afraid of Alan Sabrosky? Whoever they are, they have the ability to monitor and censor YouTube live-streams in real time. And they apparently don’t want you to know what Sabrosky thinks about the Holocaust.

That’s the obvious takeaway from the highly unusual example of YouTube censorship that disrupted the March 22 live broadcast of False Flag Weekly News. The broadcast, which live-streamed from Vimeo to three different YouTube channels, transpired normally up to the 59:31 mark, when Sabrosky stated that the Holocaust was “a technological and logistical impossibility—“ and suddenly his mike was cut…but only on the YouTube stream, archived here:

If you want to hear the rest of Dr. Sabrosky’s Holocaust statement (instead of long stretches of dead air) you’ll have to watch the Vimeo version, which was not censored:

https://player.vimeo.com/video/325778913?dnt=1&app_id=122963

Whoever did this must have been monitoring the broadcast in real time. It must have been a human, not an AI algorithm. The censor must have had his or her finger hovering over the “cut his mike” button throughout the show. And that censor must have been trained and given the power to cut Sabrosky’s mike within a couple of seconds of Sabrosky starting to “deny the Holocaust.” Altogether quite an amazing feat of censorship!

But however logistically and technologically impressive this bizarre crime against free speech may have been, it seems even more impressively stupid and self-defeating. Can they really believe that actions like this are going to stop people from asking questions about the Holocaust? Haven’t they heard of the Streisand Effect? Isn’t everyone who hears about this going to say, “gee, if they have to take such extreme measures to silence this guy, maybe he’s onto something?”

It is really quite a tribute to Dr. Sabrosky and False Flag Weekly News that someone went to so much trouble. They must be spending far more money to monitor and censor us than we are spending doing the show in the first place. Talk about asymmetrical information warfare!

But I don’t believe the people behind this are as stupid as they seem. Such apparently counterproductive acts sometimes do serve strategic purposes. In this case, I assume the censors were beta-testing protocols for censoring live-streams in real time. It is no coincidence that this attack on Alan Sabrosky’s First Amendment rights came exactly one week after the allegedly live-streamed Christchurch shooting. Since the Christchurch terror event, Facebook and YouTube representatives have been all over the MSM announcing that they have to fix their systems to prevent “the live-streaming of hate.”

If I were a paranoid conspiracy theorist I would wonder whether the Christchurch attack was a set-up to roll out the beta testing of precisely this sort of censorship. I would note the incongruity of the fact that the people pushing for internet censorship are almost all Zionist Jews, not Muslims—yet the censorship is being rolled out on the pretext that it is supposed to protect Muslims and “honor the sacred Christchurch victims.” Since when did Zionists care about Muslim lives? They proudly slaughter a Christchurch worth of Palestinian Muslims every month or two. And they have murdered 32 million Muslims, and created tens of millions of refugees, in the 9/11 wars for Israel.

It’s as if the people behind the Christchurch push-for-censorship PR op, and the subsequent deployment of new censorship systems like the one just beta-tested against FFWN, are trying to conceal their true identities. Perhaps that is why they made sure that the word “Jew” was almost entirely absent from the Tarrant manifesto. As Daniel Haqiqatjou notes:

The 73-page document reads like it was written by someone who is trying very hard to pretend to be a White Nationalist… But there is one glaring inconsistency. If you ever visit places on the internet frequented and owned by White Nationalists, such as 4chan, 8chan, Daily Stormer, or Gab, one immediate, indubitable fact hits you in the face: These people hate Jews. More than anyone else, White Nationalists hate Jews and are not afraid of expressing it with thousands of different memes…. What is bizarre about Tarrant’s alleged manifesto is that he says a great deal about this (Jewish) plot. He rails against immigration, fertility rates, and “White genocide.” But he doesn’t mention who the supposed plotters are. Why? Why is Tarrant following the White Nationalist script to the letter but doesn’t mention Jews once in the entire 73 pages?

(Except one passing mention that they’re fine when they’re Israeli!)

If the perps were hiding their identities while orchestrating Christchurch and the internet censorship campaign it launched, they dropped the mask when they silenced Alan Sabrosky. We all know who reacts reflexively against “Holocaust denial.” And we all know who hates Alan Sabrosky, the former US Army War College Head of Strategic Studies who came out as a 9/11 truther on my radio show in March, 2010—and announced that Israel did it.

 

The Zionist fear and loathing of Sabrosky is so off-the-charts that the mere mention of his name can get you arrested. That’s what happened to Jeremy Rothe-Kushel in May 2016 when he tried to ask Dennis Ross a question during the Q&A after Ross’s talk at the Kansas City Public Library.

https://youtu.be/hrsKzg0_BNA

Tellingly, the Times of Israel report on Rothe-Kushel’s free speech lawsuit tiptoes around Sabrosky’s unspeakable name.

Alan Sabrosky, “he who must not be named,” is also “he who must not be broadcast.” Bonnie Faulkner’s Guns and Butter radio show, one of the most popular and respected Pacifica staples, was abruptly terminated by KPFA management last August due to Sabrosky’s appearance there.

“Somebody” apparently doesn’t want Sabrosky on False Flag Weekly News, either. Last January 4th Alan Sabrosky made his debut appearance as a regular FFWN co-host. The audience gave him a huge thumbs-up. But when he tried to return on a regular basis, his computer suddenly started coming down with bizarre ailments. It always seemed to happen right before the show. His computer would be working fine, and then suddenly WHAM—it would melt down right before broadcast time and we’d scramble to find a replacement. This has happened so many times in the past three months that I have lost count. Tech experts who have tried to solve the problem say Sabrosky is the victim of a highly sophisticated cyber-attack. It was only this past Friday, March 22, that after elaborate precautions we were finally able to get Alan broadcasting again on FFWN. And miraculously enough, he somehow got through 58 minutes of live-streaming before they cut his mike.

Why is Dr. Alan Sabrosky the most censored man in America? Those seeking to silence him don’t want you to know what he thinks about two issues: 9/11 and the Holocaust. Specifically, they don’t want you to know that he thinks 9/11 was “a Mossad operation, period.” And they don’t want you to know that he thinks the official Holocaust narrative of six million Jews killed mostly in gas chambers is “a technological and logistical impossibility.”

Why are these two issues so sensitive? The Holocaust, whatever it was, happened 75 years ago. And 9/11 happened more than 17 years ago. Isn’t all that stuff ancient history?

The answer, I believe, is that both Official Conspiracy Theories (OCTs) are foundational myths of Zionism. The myth (sacred narrative) of the Holocaust is Israel’s primary basis of legitimacy in global public opinion and especially Jewish opinion. The Platonic guardians of Zionism need the Holocaust horror story to bludgeon world Jewry into accepting the necessity of establishing and maintaining a “Jewish state.”

Likewise the sacred official myth of 9/11 is the lynchpin of the “clash of civilizations,” which in essence is a long-term Western war against Israel’s enemies. Were it widely known that Israel itself orchestrated 9/11 and the ensuing crusade, Israel’s already-dubious future wouldn’t just be dubious—it would be nonexistent.

Alan Sabrosky happens to be one of the world’s best-credentialed and most-eloquent voices debunking the two foundational myths of Zionism. The fact that he hails from a Jewish background makes him that much more annoying—and that much more credible. Dr. Sabrosky is extremely well-informed, and he expresses himself in an engagingly straight-shooting manner. An ex-Marine as well as Strategic Studies professor, Alan Sabrosky has a full clip of info-ammo and unloads it with uncanny accuracy and alacrity. In many respects he is the Zionists’ worst nightmare.

No wonder “Doc Sabrosky” is the most-censored man in America.


Must Listen! Sussex University Professor On Israels Involvement on 9/11 & More!

Kees van der Pijl is a political scientist who is emeritus professor of international relations at the University of Sussex. Kees explains to Richie why he believes Israeli agents were behind the demolition of the twin towers on 9/11. They also chat about the post 9/11 media landscape, the death of investigative journalism, academic freedom, Russia/Ukraine and more. This is unmissable. Support The Richie Allen Show by donating at http://www.richieallen.co.uk


9/11 – Aaron Russo Forewarned 11-Months Before Attack

The late Aaron Russo, Producer of such movies as “Trading Places” and “Wise Guys” and a 1998 candidate for Governor of Nevada and 2004 candidate for President of the United States, speaks about being forewarned, eleven months prior to the 9/11/2001attacks, of an “Event” which would allow the U.S. to invade Afghanistan and Iraq, and gives his opinion about who was behind the “Event,” and what he was told is ultimately in store for America and the world. From the video: “I met (Nicholas) Rockefeller through a female attorney I knew. I’d made a video called ‘Mad as Hell’ and he’d seen the video and wanted to meet me and knew I was running for Governor of Nevada.

And, I met him and I liked him and we’d talk and share ideas and thoughts, and he’s the one who told me, eleven-months before 9/11 ever happened that there was going to be an ‘Event’ — he never told me what the ‘Event’ was going to be — but there was going to be an “Event,” and out of that “Event” we were going to invade Afghanistan to run a pipeline to the Caspian Sea — we were going to invade Iraq, to take over the oil fields and establish a base in the Middle East — and make it all part of the New World Order — and we’d go after Chavez in Venezuela. And, sure enough 9/11 happened, and I remember he was telling me how soldiers would be looking in caves for people in Afghanistan and Pakistan, and all these places, and there’s going to be this war on terror — of which there’s no real enemy, and the whole thing is a giant hoax, but it’s a way for the government to take over the American people.

This war on terror — he’s [Rockefeller] laughing — who’re we fighting?!!…9/11 was done by people in our own government and our own banking system to perpetuate the fear in the American people into subordinating themselves to anything the government wants them to do. That’s what it’s about, and to create this endless war on terror…..an endless war on terror without any real enemy — you can never define a winner — (it’s perfect) because you can’t define a winner because there’s no-one to beat, so it goes on and on forever. And they can do anything they want – they scared the hell out of the American public. Look, this whole war on terror is a fraud, it’s a farce — it’s very difficult to say it out loud because people are intimidated against saying it, because if you say it they want to make you into a nut case. But the truth has to come out and that’s why I’m doing this interview.”

What does “The Israel Lobby – US” documentary reveal about the lobby in America? – Ali Abunimah

What does “The Israel Lobby – US” documentary reveal about the lobby in America? – Ali Abunimah

The Electronic Intifada has been at the forefront in fighting censorship by obtaining, releasing and contextualizing “The Lobby,” the suppressed Al Jazeera documentary about the Israel lobby in the U.S. What does the documentary and EI’s additional research reveal about joint Israeli government-U.S. lobby covert actions in the United States? How important has secret funding by a convicted Israeli-American felon Adam Milstein to “the Canary Mission” been in that anonymous effort to blacklist pro-Palestinian activists? What is the motivation of the “Sugarcoating” fronts created and maintained by The Israel Project on Facebook, and how are they similar or different to Russian and other stealth attempts to influence public opinion through social media? What do the Astroturf “grassroots” protests of SJP events by the Emergency Committee for Israel and Hoover Institution operatives reveal about the Israel lobby’s strength and weaknesses?


Former Rep. Paul Findley (R-IL): How to tame lobbies like AIPAC


ACLU: the difference between anti-discrimination and anti-BDS

ACLU: the difference between anti-discrimination and anti-BDS

Boycott, Divestment, Sanctions (BDS) is a Palestinian-led, global movement for freedom, justice and equality. BDS upholds the simple principle that Palestinians are entitled to the same rights as the rest of humanity. Photo: Gili Getz

American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) attorney Brian Hauss dissects the accusation from the anti-BDS camp that it is “hypocritical” to support anti-discrimination laws (think: wedding cake), but oppose anti-BDS laws. Bottom line: businesses do not have the right to refuse service to consumers because of who they are. On the other hand, consumers have a First Amendment right to withhold their patronage from businesses in order to express their political beliefs.

by Brian Hauss, ACLU

A number of states recently passed laws that require state contractors — including teachers, lawyers, newspapers and journalists, and even students who want to judge high school debate tournaments — to certify that they are not participating in politically motivated boycotts against Israel. Dozens of states have considered such “anti-BDS” laws, and a bipartisan group of 73 senators recently passed a bill — the Combating BDS Act — that would encourage states to adopt such laws.

The ACLU takes no position on boycotts of Israel or any foreign country, but we have long defended the right to boycott, which is protected under the First Amendment. That’s why we challenged anti-boycott laws in KansasArizonaArkansas, and Texas, and strongly opposed the Combating BDS Act in Congress.

Taking issue with our defense of the right to boycott, critics have accused us of hypocrisy for fighting laws that prohibit contractors from boycotting Israel while also supporting antidiscrimination laws that require businesses to serve the public. Anti-BDS laws, they argue, are also designed to prevent discrimination.

To be clear: Anti-BDS laws are not designed to prevent discrimination. In fact, they’re designed to discriminate against disfavored political expression, which is why two federal courts and several prominent First Amendment scholars have agreed that these laws violate the First Amendment.

And as professor and former ACLU staffer Amanda Shanor explains in a recent post, anti-BDS laws and antidiscrimination laws are nothing alike. The argument that anti-BDS laws serve a similar function as antidiscrimination laws demonstrates a flawed understanding of anti-discrimination laws. Such laws prohibit businesses from discriminating against customers and employees based on who people are — such as their sex, race, and religion.

Anti-discrimination is pro-equality

When a business discriminates against people based on who they are — like when a cake shop owner refuses to sell a wedding cake to a same-sex couple — those discriminatory business decisions are not entitled to First Amendment protection. Even if identity-based discrimination is meant to express a political view, our society has an overriding interest in making sure that people are treated as equals in public accommodations, such as retail stores.

Anti-BDS is anti-political expression

The same cannot be said about political boycotts. Refusing to purchase consumer goods and services to protest a country’s or company’s actions is not denying anyone access to public accommodations based on who they are — it’s classic political expression protected under the First Amendment. That’s where anti-BDS laws go wrong. They expressly target boycotts of companies operating in Israel or Israeli settlements because the government disapproves of the boycott’s message of protest against Israel.

Anti-BDS singles out Israel

Some have argued anti-BDS laws prevent discrimination based on national origin. But if states were genuinely interested in preventing discrimination by government contractors, they would broadly prohibit their contractors from discriminating based on protected characteristics, such as race, sex, and national origin. Many anti-BDS laws, on the other hand, prohibit only boycotts of Israel — boycotts targeting other countries or groups are completely unregulated. The myopic focus on BDS strongly suggests that these laws are meant to suppress protected speech rather than prevent discrimination.

BDS is not nationality-based

Further, anti-BDS laws prohibit boycotts that do not even remotely target companies based on nationality. For instance, one of our clients, Mik Jordahl, refuses to buy Hewlett-Packard products for his one-person law firm. He boycotts Hewlett-Packard, an American company, because it provides information technology for Israeli checkpoints in the West Bank. But he does not boycott Israeli companies generally. His boycott nonetheless violates Arizona’s now enjoined anti-BDS law, which prohibits group boycotts of companies doing business in territories controlled by Israel, regardless of whether the boycott discriminates based on nationality.

Precedent

Finally, antidiscrimination laws have not historically applied to boycotts of consumer goods or services. When Black citizens in Mississippi boycotted white-owned businesses to protest racial segregation, the Supreme Court held that the boycott was protected under the First Amendment. As the court made clear, consumers have a First Amendment right to withhold their patronage from businesses in order to express their political beliefs. On the other hand, businesses do not have the right to refuse service to consumers because of who they are.

Think about it this way: You have a First Amendment right to boycott Starbucks to protest their secular holiday cups. Starbucks does not have a First Amendment right to discriminate against you because of your Christian beliefs. The same principle applies to boycotts of consumer goods and services from foreign countries.

Two-fold harm

When the government cynically asserts an antidiscrimination interest to suppress disfavored political expression, the harm is twofold: It violates civil liberties and waters down genuine efforts to address the real threat posed by bigoted ideologies, including anti-Semitism. That’s why the ACLU champions civil rights and civil liberties.

You can’t have one without the other.


Brian Hauss is a Staff Attorney for the ACLU Speech, Privacy, and Technology Project


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Israel arrests Palestinian woman for a Facebook post

Israeli forces arrest a Palestinian woman at a military checkpoint in Hebron after she posted a comment on Facebook on Al-Aqsa Mosque [Shehab News]

Israeli forces arrest a Palestinian woman at a military checkpoint in Hebron after she posted a comment on Facebook on Al-Aqsa Mosque [Shehab News]

 

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Israeli occupation forces arrested a 22-year-old Palestinian woman at a military checkpoint in the occupied West Bank city of Hebron after she posted a comment on Facebook on Al-Aqsa Mosque.

Isra’a Hammad Abu Sneineh was detained at the Abu Al-Rish military checkpoint near the Ibrahimi Mosque in Hebron.

According to the Asra Media Office, Abu Sneineh was arrested at the military checkpoint located at the main entrance to the Old City, west of the Ibrahimi Mosque, as a result of a Facebook post she wrote about Al-Aqsa Mosque.

According to the Palestinian Prisoners’ Centre (PPC), Israel had arrested more than 500 Palestinians, including women and children, as a result of their social media posts by May last year.

The occupation state uses its “Cyber Unit” to monitor Palestinian social media posts, the centre added.

READ: Israelis incite against Palestinians every 66 seconds

In December last year, Adalah – The Legal Centre for Arab Minority Rights in Israel said accused media giants of collaborating with Israeli authorities to censor user content.

According to official data, the group continued, in 2016 the unit submitted 2,241 content removal requests, of which 69 per cent of posts were duly removed. In 2017, the unit submitted a massive number of 12,351 content removal requests, 85 per cent of which were removed.

Months earlier, in July, the Israeli Knesset passed the first reading of what is called the Facebook Bill which would authorise the court to issue orders to delete internet content “if it harmed the human safety, public, economic, state or vital infrastructure safety”.

This was halted by Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu out of fears that under the bill’s format, police could ask a court to remove anything from the Internet without the person who put it online even being able to respond in court.

READ: Israel meeting with Facebook to prevent external meddling in elections

Israel pass Facebook Bill which will authorise deleting content considered incitement - Cartoon [Sabaaneh/MiddleEastMonitor]

Israel pass Facebook Bill which will authorise deleting content considered incitement – Cartoon [Sabaaneh/MiddleEastMonitor]


The Onion Not F*ing Around Anymore With Israel

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Report: 101 Israel violations against Palestinian holy sites

Israeli settlers can be sen after they stormed into Al-Aqsa Mosque compound in Jerusalem on 22 July 2018 [Mostafa Alkharouf/Anadolu Agency]

Israeli settlers can be seen after they stormed into Al-Aqsa Mosque compound in Jerusalem on 22 July 2018 [Mostafa Alkharouf/Anadolu Agency]
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The Palestinian Ministry of Endowment documented 101 Israeli violations against Palestinian holy sites in the occupied Palestinian territories during December 2018, Quds Press reported yesterday.

In a statement, the ministry said that the Israeli occupation carried out more than 30 incursions in Al-Aqsa Mosque and prevented the call to prayer 51 times at the Ibrahimi Mosque in Hebron.

Other violations were committed, it added, included digging under the holy sites in Silwan, in Jerusalem’s Old City, incursions, provocative marches in Jerusalem’s Old City, arrests and deportation orders against Al-Aqsa’s guards and the immergence of racist graffiti.

READ: Palestine urges UNESCO to support Ibrahimi Mosque 

According to the statement, the ministry said that several Israeli ministers took part in the incursions at Al-Aqsa Mosque, adding that settlers performed Talmudic rituals inside the mosque and inside Bab Al-Rahma Islamic Cemetery.

The settlers also lit the Hanukah Candle inside Al-Aqsa Mosque and slaughtered sheep near the Western Wall.

Adding to the violations, Israeli occupation forces prevented workers in Al-Aqsa Mosque from cleaning the holy site.

A Palestinian woman died at the mosque after occupation forces prevented ambulances from entering it after she suffered a stroke.

How many Jewish settlers raided Al-Aqsa Mosque and its compound during the last Jewish year?

#HandsOffAlAqsa

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‘Britain to blame for Israeli-Palestinian conflict’ – George Galloway

Should All American College Students & Professors Have Their First Amendment Right To Advocate For Historical Palestine Expunged?

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Renegade Editor’s Note: I am not a big fan of quoting jews to make a point, since even though some of them might speak up for Palestinians but they will never advocate for White European rights, but using jewish criticisms of jews can be a good strategy. FYI I shortened the title of this piece.

By John Wear

Israeli Prime Minister Golda Meir… asserted, “It was not as though there was a Palestinian people in Palestine considering itself as a Palestinian people and we came and threw them out and took their country away from them. They did not exist.” Living in a moral universe in which Israeli Jews are the permanent victims and Palestinians are invisible allows Israel to justify almost any measure. Israeli Prime Minister Menachem Begin declared in the Knesset after Israel’s invasion of Lebanon, “No one, anywhere in the world, can preach morality to our people.”

Ivanka Trump Under Fire for Celebrating at Jerusalem Embassy While Dozens Killed in Gaza.
The Academic Engagement Network

The Academic Engagement Network (AEN) website states that it is an active organization of American college and university faculty opposing the Boycott, Divestment, and Sanctions (BDS) movement.[1]

Mark Yudof, Chair of AEN’s Advisory Board, states

…the BDS strategy is also a blatant attempt to co-opt the language of human rights: Israel is a settler nation, a bastion of white privilege, a racist and apartheid state, and a perpetrator of alleged genocide.”[2]

This article will analyze Yudof’s criticism of the BDS strategy.

Caroline Nagel, a professor at the University of South Carolina: “This bill, I fear, will silence professors and student groups who are trying to explain and to give voice to a diversity of opinions about the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. I am frankly baffled as to why any legislator would consider an ideal to curtail our freedom of speech,”  Source: Renegade Tribune
Israel is a Settler Nation

Israel was formed by the ethnic cleaning of the indigenous Palestinian population. There were 600,000 Jewish Palestinians and 1.3 million Arab Palestinians in December 1947. Jews owned less than 7% of the land, and almost all of the cultivated land was owned by Arab Palestinians. Because of this demographic and geographical balance, the Arab Palestinians regarded any plan which did not allow them to decide their future as being unacceptable and immoral.[3]

The United Nations decided to appease Jewish leader David Ben-Gurion by allowing an unlimited immigration of Jews and granting 55% of Palestine’s land to the Jewish state. The Jewish community knew that the Palestinians would reject such an unfair agreement when it agreed to this U.N. plan. Israeli propaganda, however, has repeatedly used its acceptance of the U.N. plan and the Palestinian rejection to indicate Israel’s peaceful intentions towards the Palestinians.[4]

The Arab world did not have the military means to stop Zionist military aggression. Three months before Arab armies entered Palestine in May 1948, the Zionist military forces began to ethnically cleanse Palestinians from their houses, fields and land. In the process, Zionist military forces added another 23% of Palestine’s land to the 55% granted to them by the U.N. Israel as a state covered almost 80% of Palestine by January 1950.[5]

New documents released in 1998 from the archives of the Israel Defense Forces prove the planned massive, intentional expulsions of Palestinians.[6] The Zionist takeover of Palestine was aided by detailed files of every Palestinian village prepared by Haganah, the main Zionist underground militia in Palestine. These files, which included aerial photographs indicating the best access and entry points to each village as well as the number of weapons held in each home, enabled the Zionists to know how to best attack Palestinian villages.[7]

There were dozens of massacres in Palestinian villages during Israel’s “War of Independence.” Zionist forces were larger and better equipped than their opponents, and by the end of the war over 750,000 Palestinians were ruthlessly expelled from their homes. Half of the Palestinian villages were destroyed by the spring of 1949, flattened by Israeli bulldozers which had been at work since August 1948.[8] Israeli historian Tom Segev writes,

Israel was born of terror, war, and revolution, and its creation required a measure of fanaticism and of cruelty.”[9]

Entire cities and hundreds of villages in Israel were left empty and repopulated with new Jewish immigrants. The Palestinians lost everything they had and became destitute refugees, while the Jewish immigrants stole the Palestinians’ property and confiscated everything they needed.[10] Israeli historian Ilan Pappé writes that the Zionist takeover of Palestine

was a clear-cut case of an ethnic cleansing operation, regarded under international law today as a crime against humanity.”[11]

Norman Finkelstein writes:

The injustice inflicted on Palestinians by Zionism was manifest and, except on racist grounds, unanswerable: their right to self-determination, and perhaps even to their homeland, was being denied.”[12] Finkelstein concludes that “the scholarly consensus is that Palestinians were ethnically cleansed in 1948.”[13]

Israel claimed that the majority of Palestinian refugees voluntarily fled and were not expelled. However, Israel did not allow the Palestinians to return to their homes as demanded by a U.N. resolution shortly after the 1948 war. The State of Israel was clearly founded through the ethnic cleansing of the indigenous Palestinian inhabitants.[14]

Israel Enforces Jewish Supremacy and Domination in Historic Palestine

Israeli leaders established a racist nation set up exclusively for Jews. A Palestinian who was born within the boundaries of what is now Israel cannot return to his homeland and become a citizen of Israel. By contrast, a Jew born outside of Israel can immigrate to Israel and be granted instant citizenship with numerous benefits. Israel has segregated housing areas, schools and recreational facilities where Palestinians are not allowed. The legality of marriage between Jews and Palestinians is also not recognized by Israeli law.[15]

Dr. Israel Shahak, a survivor of the Bergen-Belsen concentration camp, chaired the Israel League for Human and Civil Rights. Citing laws and regulations that have been rigorously enforced in Israel, Shahak contended that

the State of Israel is a racist state in the full meaning of this term because people are discriminated against, in the most permanent and legal way and in the most important areas of life, only because of their origin…one who is not a Jew is discriminated against, only because he is not a Jew.” Shahak denounced the “grave social discrimination visited upon any Israeli citizen every day of his life if his mother is not a Jewess.”[16]

However according to the Jewish Virtual Library: “In a region of autocracies and theocracies, Israel shines as a beacon of freedom and hope in the Middle East. Its diverse culture, open society and guaranteed civil and political liberties for all citizens, regardless of race, religion, gender or creed, follows closely to Western democratic tradition. It’s liberal democracy, in fact, is the main reason that Israel has been able to have remarkable economic development despite being in a neighborhood surrounded by uncompromising enemeies“. [When your spell check & message check both fail.]

The ethnic cleansing of Palestinians continued in June 1967 after the Six-Day War, which Israeli military leaders and American intelligence knew Israel would quickly win.[17] Israel conquered and occupied the West Bank from Jordan, the Gaza Strip from Egypt, and the Golan Heights from Syria. These territories are still occupied by Israel today.[18] As an ethnocentric state, Israel denies voting rights and other political and civil liberties to the more than 4 million Palestinians in the occupied territories because of their non-Jewish ethnicity.Approximately 300,000 Palestinians fled or were driven into exile as Israel conquered the West Bank and Gaza. Hundreds of villages were systematically razed, and over 2,000 Palestinian homes were demolished or sealed without charges or trial. The Israeli government confiscated fully 50% of the land and 80% of the water reserves in these territories. Approximately 100,000 Jews settled in the West Bank and Gaza to replace the exiled Palestinians.[19] These actions were in violation of U.N. Security Resolution 242, which demanded that Israel withdraw from all of the occupied territories in 1967.[20]

Palestinian Gaza has been turned into a massive prison ghetto. Surrounded by electronic fences and military posts, tightly sealed from the outside world, Palestinians in Gaza are forced to live in extreme poverty. Israeli linguistics professor Tanya Reinhart wrote in 2002:

What we are witnessing in the occupied territories—Israel’s penal colonies—is the invisible and daily killing of the sick and wounded who are deprived of medical care, of the weak who cannot survive in the new poverty conditions, and of those who are approaching starvation.”[21]

Israeli leaders proceeded to implement throughout the West Bank their model of control perfected in Gaza. Since May 2002, Israel has been constructing a wall in the West Bank which will make this system of control a reality when completed. Along the route under construction, Israel is dispossessing Palestinian farmers of their land and pushing them into small enclaves between fences and walls. Eventually Palestinians in the West Bank will be surrounded on all sides as they currently are in Gaza.[22]

Ilan Pappé writes,

On the ground, the occupied territories have become a mega-prison under strict military rule—which in many ways continues to this day.”[23]

Steve Quester, a member of Jews Against the Occupation, states that

…all of the West Bank is a jail…”[24]

The Israeli Knesset has enacted numerous laws in recent years that discriminate against Palestinians. The Nakba Law of 2009, for example, stipulated that whoever would commemorate Israel’s day of independence as a day of mourning would be arrested. This law was slightly revised under international pressure: arrest was replaced by the denial of public funding to any entity that commemorates the Nakba. Since virtually all Palestinian institutions and homes remember and commemorate the Nakba, this law is highly discriminatory against Palestinians.[25]

Justifying the recent Gaza massacre, the Israeli government minister calls Palestinians “Nazis”. Source: Renegade Tribune
Israel Perpetrator of Incremental Genocide

Israel’s occupation and its settlements have been maintained through the organized and systematic use of violence. The rights of Palestinians have been ignored. Israeli Prime Minister Golda Meir justified Israel’s violent policies when she infamously stated in 1969 that “[t]here were no such things as Palestinians” and asserted,

It was not as though there was a Palestinian people in Palestine considering itself as a Palestinian people and we came and threw them out and took their country away from them. They did not exist.”[26]

Living in a moral universe in which Israeli Jews are the permanent victims and Palestinians are invisible allows Israel to justify almost any measure. Israeli Prime Minister Menachem Begin declared in the Knesset after Israel’s invasion of Lebanon,

No one, anywhere in the world, can preach morality to our people.”

A similar statement was included in a resolution adopted by Begin’s cabinet after massacres in Palestinian refugee camps on the outskirts of Beirut.[27]

The Israeli military’s occupation of the West Bank and Gaza has resulted in arbitrary killings and destruction on a daily basis. Amira Hass wrote in January 2005 that the Israeli army

controls Gaza through its fortified positions, which dominate densely populated residential areas; it controls Gaza with its airborne drones and their unceasing buzzing; the bulldozers that have not ceased demolishing, flattening, exposing, uprooting for the last four years; the helicopters that fire missiles; the military orders that turn roads and farmlands and half the coastline into areas ‘prohibited to Palestinians’ so that any Palestinian using them ends up dead; orders that close all the passages into Gaza; the tanks that fire into civilian neighborhoods with…tank shells and other forms of munitions with a frequency that makes it impossible to count them…”[28]

Ilan Pappé writes that what the Israeli army has been doing in the Gaza Strip since 2006 can appropriately be called an incremental genocide. Israeli military operations have been steadily escalating in every area. Ilan Pappé writes:

Firstly, there was the disappearance of the distinction between “civilian” and “non-civilian” targets: the senseless killing had turned the population at large into the main target of the operation. Secondly, there was the escalation in the employment of every possible killing machine the Israeli army possesses. Thirdly, there was the conspicuous rise in the number of casualties. Finally, and most importantly, the operations gradually crystallized into a strategy, indicating the way Israel intends to solve the problem of the Gaza Strip in the future: through a measured genocidal policy. The people of the Strip, however, continued to resist. This led to further genocidal Israeli operations, but still today a failure to reoccupy the region.[29]

BDS Movement

The BDS movement is a nonviolent way for the international community to educate others and put pressure on Israel. According to Jewish Israeli BDS activist Jeff Halper, Israel’s Occupation and Wall classify as apartheid because they meet precisely the definition of the word: separation of populations in a regime in which one population permanently dominates another.[30]  However, Israel’s policies clearly go beyond ‘separation’ of populations.

Jewish American BDS activist Anna Baltzer explains why BDS is needed:

When a country violating human rights does not respond to decades of pressure through diplomatic efforts, international law, or rulings by the International Court of Justice, another level of pressure is needed. For example, when member states repeatedly violate resolutions, the United Nations often imposes sanctions like those currently being imposed on Sudan for occupation in Darfur.

Israel has now violated more U.N. resolutions than any other country in the U.N. Nevertheless, any U.N. proposal to remove international complicity in Israel’s transgressions has been systematically opposed by the United States through its veto in the U.N. Security Council. The question is not whether Israel should be singled out for BDS, but whether it should be immune to the standard to which other countries are held.[31]

The world cannot wait for Israel to begin to treat Palestinians fairly. Israel will not change unless it has to. Norman Finkelstein wrote in 2003:

…Israel will withdraw from the Occupied Territories only if Palestinians (and their supporters) can summon sufficient force to change the calculus of costs for Israel: that is, making the price of occupation too high. The historical record sustains this hypothesis.”[32]

The ethnic-cleansing of Palestinians is balanced by the benevolent call for all European nations to open their borders to ‘save lives’. Europeans must accept becoming a demographic minority. This is promoted as positive for the future of ethnic-Europeans. The moral imperative works in reverse for Israel and Historical Palestinians.

Read: Will Israel ever appoint an anti-Semitic goy to control their immigration policies?
Conclusion

The historical record indicates that Israel is a racist, apartheid ethnostate formed through the ethnic cleansing of the indigenous Palestinian population. Israel has a horrific human rights record, has violated more U.N. resolutions than any other country in the U.N.[33], and has mass murdered and tortured Palestinian civilians with impunity.

A grave injustice has been done to the Palestinian people. Alfred Lilienthal quoted Israeli humanist Rabbi Benjamin:

In the end, we must come out publicly with the truth: that we have no moral right whatever to oppose the return of the Arabs to their land…Until we have begun to redeem our sin against the Arab refugees, we have no right to continue the in-gathering of the exiles. We have no right to settle in a land that has been stolen from others while the owners of it are homeless and miserable.

We had no right to occupy the house of an Arab if we had not paid for it at its value. The same goes for fields, gardens, stores, workshops. We had no right to build a settlement and to realize the kind of Zionism with other people’s property. To do this is robbery. Political conquest cannot abolish private property.[34]

The AEN has the opportunity to make these facts known to university students. However, with pro-Zionist Advisory Board members such as Mark Yudof, Lawrence Summers and Deborah Lipstadt, these facts will probably not be a part of AEN’s narrative. Yudof’s statement that no hypocrisy or double standards will apply in regard to Israel[35] will almost certainly be empty rhetoric.

The origins of this terrible situation become clearer when one understands the facts behind the origins, atrocities and aftermath of WWII. About: Germany’sWar

ENDNOTES

[1] http://www.academicengagement.org/en.

[2] http://blogs.timesofisrael.com/we-must-defeat-bds-macro-aggression/.

[3] Pappé, Ilan, The Forgotten Palestinians: A History of the Palestinians in Israel, New Haven, CT: Yale University Press, 2011, pp. 16-17.

[4] Ibid., p. 17.

[5] Ibid., pp. 17-18.

[6] Pappé, Ilan, The Idea of Israel: A History of Power and Knowledge, London: Verso, 2014, p. 277.

[7] Pappé, Ilan, The Forgotten Palestinians: A History of the Palestinians in Israel, New Haven, CT: Yale University Press, 2011, p. 15.

[8] Pappé, Ilan, A History of Modern Palestine: One Land, Two Peoples, Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press, 2004, pp. 130-131, 136-139.

[9] Segev, Tom, The Seventh Million: The Israelis and the Holocaust, New York: Hill and Wang, 1993, p. 63.

[10] Ibid., pp. 161-162.

[11] Pappé, Ilan, The Ethnic Cleansing of Palestine, Oxford: Oneworld, 2007, p. xiii.

[12] Finkelstein, Norman G., Beyond Chutzpah: On the Misuse of Anti-Semitism and the Abuse of History, Berkeley, CA: University of California Press, 2005, p. 8.

[13] Ibid. p. 5.

[14] Reinhart, Tanya, The Road Map to Nowhere: Israel/Palestine Since 2003, London: Verso, 2006, pp. 1-2; Carter, Jimmy, Palestine: Peace Not Apartheid, New York: Simon & Schuster, 2006, p. 74.

[15] Pappé, Ilan, The Idea of Israel: A History of Power and Knowledge, London: Verso, 2014, pp. 272-273.

[16] Lilienthal, Alfred M., The Zionist Connection: What Price Peace?, New York: Dodd, Mead & Company, 1978, pp. 126-127, 743.

[17] Finkelstein, Norman G., Image and Reality of the Israeli-Palestine Conflict, 2ndedition, New York: Verso, 2003, p. 135.

[18] Reinhart, Tanya, Israel/Palestine:How to End the War of 1948, New York: Seven Stories Press, 2002, p. 8.

[19] Finkelstein, Norman G., The Rise and Fall of Palestine: A Personal Account of the Intifada Years, Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press, 1996, p. 52.

[20] Pappé, Ilan, Ten Myths About Israel, London: Verso, 2017, p. 77.

[21] Reinhart, Tanya, Israel/Palestine:How to End the War of 1948, New York: Seven Stories Press, 2002, pp. 18, 175-176.

[22] Reinhart, Tanya, The Road Map to Nowhere: Israel/Palestine Since 2003, London: Verso, 2006, pp. 157-160.

[23] Pappé, Ilan, The Idea of Israel: A History of Power and Knowledge, London: Verso, 2014, p. 40.

[24] Farber, Seth, Radicals, Rabbis and Peacemakers, Monroe, ME; Common Courage Press, 2005, p. 41.

[25] Pappé, Ilan, The Idea of Israel: A History of Power and Knowledge, London: Verso, 2014, pp. 272-273.

[26] https://en.wikiquote.org/wiki/Golda_Meir

[27] Segev, Tom, The Seventh Million: The Israelis and the Holocaust, New York: Hill and Wang, p. 399.

[28] Reinhart, Tanya, The Road Map to Nowhere: Israel/Palestine Since 2003, London: Verso, 2006, pp. 58-59, 157.

[29] Pappé, Ilan, Ten Myths About Israel, London: Verso, 2017, pp. 130, 133.

[30] Baltzer, Anna, Witness in Palestine: A Jewish American Woman in the Occupied Territories, Boulder, CO: Paradigm Publishers, 2007, p. 364.

[31] http://www.annainthemiddleeast.com/whatcanyou/boycott/index.html.

[32] Finkelstein, Norman G., Image and Reality of the Israel-Palestinian Conflict, 2nded., New York: Verso, 2003, p. xxxiv.

[33] http://www.annainthemiddleeast.com/whatcanyou/boycott/index.html.

[34] Lilienthal, Alfred M., The Zionist Connection: What Price Peace?, New York: Dodd, Mead & Company, 1978, p. 748.

[35] https://www.insidehighered.com/views/2015/12/14/colleges-should-commit-robust-debate-about-middle-east-conflicts-essay.


Palestine pre-1948, Palestine before Zionism/Israel


Ido Even-Paz speaks at the grave of American Israeli Jewish settler Baruch Goldstein who killed 29 Palestinians and wounded 125 during the 1994 massacre at the Cave of the Patriarchs. Photo by Heidi Levine for The National

Israel a ‘State of Robbers’

Mossad Meltdown: Why the Truth Cannot be Reported about Jeffrey Epstein’s Sex Crimes

Mossad Meltdown: Why the Truth Cannot be Reported about Jeffrey Epstein’s Sex Crimes

Today on an explosive edition of TRUNEWS, Rick Wiles puts the spotlight on Jeffrey Epstein, and recent developments in the pedophile case against the Jewish financier, and his network of high-powered politicians and celebrities whom he was brokering sexual favors of young girls. Is there a connection between the Clintons, the Bushes, and the Israeli Mossad through the daughter of disgraced and dead media mogul (and Jewish spy) Robert Maxwell? Rick Wiles, Doc Burkhart, Kerry Kinsey, Matt Skow. Airdate 3/7/19


Geopolitics – Benjamin Fulford (March 31 2019) –  WW3


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A Response To The Alan Dershowitz “Challenge” Written With The Blood Of The Dead & Dying

Renegade Editor’s Note: I usually do not like criticizing Israel as being “racist” and “apartheid” as it gives segregation a bad name. I prefer to call Israel out as being a genocidal terrorist state, but it is true that they practice the worst forms of racism and apartheid. Israel should not be held up as an example for us to emulate, as people like “white Zionist” Richard Spencer like to do.

By John Wear

This article addresses the personal challenge retired Harvard Law professor Alan Dershowitz laid down for the critics of Israel and the establishment, by Israeli leaders, of a racist nation set up exclusively for Jews. The reader should keep in mind two additional considerations. First, the personal choices Dershowitz has made as a legal defender.

Controversy continues over allegations Dershowitz, Prince Andrew, Bill Clinton and others may have participated in convicted pedophile Jeffery Epstein’s activities. The legal maneuvers are impressive, Dershowitz provided his friend Epstein with legal assistance.
Dershowitz has represented Harvey Wienstein’s company Miramax to appeal crass films being rated not suitable for under 17 year olds. Dershowitz also tried to appeal the strict rating for a vile film called “Kids” which portrays the exploits of a youth who deflowers underage girls and gets exposed to AIDS. Aside from providing pedophile Epstein with legal assistance, Dershowtiz represented rapist Mike Tyson, as well as convicted armed robber but not wife killer OJ Simpson. Dershowitz also defends clients against pornography censorship. He calls Mike Tyson “a real mensch” and a nice, gentle man. His elite circle includes Robert M. Morgenthau who’s father authored the genocidal Morgenthau Plan inflicted on Germany post WWII.

The second factor is the history of Jewish terrorism against British officials and soldiers that commenced while Britain was fighting WWII to liberate Jewish people from the “Nazi” regime. The following video of a 15 minute speech is highly informative for those readers unfamiliar with this history. Jewish terrorists did not confine their activities to the Middle East, they even mailed bombs to British officials in England. Meanwhile, Jewish-American film producer Ben Hecht who was inducted into the American Theater Hall of Fame proclaimed:

I have a holiday in my heart every time a British soldier is killed.”

The British had to be evicted from Palestine so the Palestinians could then also be evicted from Palestine, by any means necessary.

Paice and Martin were kidnapped by the Irgun, a Zionist terror group whose leader Menachem Begin later became Prime Miniser of Israel. They were held for eighteen days in bestial conditions, tortured and finally murdered. Their bodies were left hanging in a eucalyptus grove near the Palestinian town of Netanya, where a mine was planted. This mine exploded when British soldiers tried to cut down the bodies of their brothers for a respectful burial. Source
An Answer to Alan Dershowitz’s Challenge

Retired Harvard Law professor Alan Dershowitz frequently challenges critics of Israel with the following:

Name a single country in the history of the world, faced with threats comparable to those faced by Israel, that has a better record of human rights, compliance with the rule of law or seeking to minimize civilian casualties.”[1]

This article will answer Dershowitz’s challenge.

Ethnic Cleansing of Palestinians

Israel was formed by the ethnic cleaning of the indigenous Palestinian population. There were 600,000 Jews and 1.3 million Palestinians in Palestine in December 1947. Jews owned less than 7% of the land, and almost all of the cultivated land was owned by Palestinians. Because of this demographic and geographical balance, the Palestinians regarded any plan which did not allow them to decide their future as being unacceptable and immoral.[2]

The United Nations decided to appease Jewish leader David Ben-Gurion by allowing an unlimited immigration of Jews and granting 55% of Palestine’s land to the Jewish state. The Jewish community knew that the Palestinians would reject such an unfair agreement when it agreed to this U.N. plan. Israeli propaganda, however, has repeatedly used its acceptance of the U.N. plan and the Palestinian rejection to indicate Israel’s peaceful intentions towards the Palestinians.[3]

The Arab world did not have the military means to stop Zionist military aggression. Three months before Arab armies entered Palestine in May 1948, the Zionist military forces began to ethnically cleanse Palestinians from their houses, fields and land. In the process, Zionist military forces added another 23% of Palestine’s land to the 55% granted to them by the U.N. Israel as a state covered almost 80% of Palestine by January 1950.[4]

New documents released in 1998 from the archives of the Israel Defense Forces prove the planned massive, intentional expulsions of Palestinians.[5] The Zionist takeover of Palestine was aided by detailed files of every Palestinian village prepared by Haganah, the main Zionist underground militia in Palestine. These files, which included aerial photographs indicating the best access and entry points to each village as well as the number of weapons held in each home, enabled the Zionists to know how to best attack Palestinian villages.[6]

There were at least 33 massacres of Palestinian villages during Israel’s “War of Independence.” Zionist forces were larger and better equipped than their opponents, and by the end of the war over 750,000 Palestinians were ruthlessly expelled from their homes.[7] Israeli historian Tom Segev writes,

Israel was born of terror, war, and revolution, and its creation required a measure of fanaticism and of cruelty.”[8]

Entire cities and hundreds of villages in Israel were left empty and repopulated with new Jewish immigrants. The Palestinians lost everything they had and became destitute refugees, while the Jewish immigrants stole the Palestinians’ property and confiscated everything they needed.[9] Israeli historian Ilan Pappé writes that the Zionist takeover of Palestine “was a clear-cut case of an ethnic cleansing operation, regarded under international law today as a crime against humanity.”[10]

Norman Finkelstein writes:

The injustice inflicted on Palestinians by Zionism was manifest and, except on racist grounds, unanswerable: their right to self-determination, and perhaps even to their homeland, was being denied.”[11] Finkelstein concludes that “the scholarly consensus is that Palestinians were ethnically cleansed in 1948.”[12]

Israel claimed that the majority of Palestinian refugees voluntarily fled and were not expelled. However, Israel did not allow the Palestinians to return to their homes as demanded by a U.N. resolution shortly after the 1948 war. The State of Israel was clearly founded through the ethnic cleansing of the indigenous Palestinian inhabitants.[13]

Injustice Continues

Israeli leaders established a racist nation set up exclusively for Jews. A Palestinian who was born within the boundaries of what is now Israel cannot return to his homeland and become a citizen of Israel. By contrast, a Jew born outside of Israel can immigrate to Israel and be granted instant citizenship with numerous benefits. Israel has segregated housing areas, schools and recreational facilities where Palestinians are not allowed. The legality of marriage between Jews and Palestinians is also not recognized by Israeli law.[14]

The ethnic cleansing of Palestinians continued in June 1967 after the Six-Day War. Israel conquered and occupied the West Bank from Jordan, the Gaza Strip from Egypt, and the Golan Heights from Syria. These territories are still occupied by Israel today.[15] As an ethnocentric state, Israel denies voting rights and other political and civil liberties to the more than 4 million Palestinians in the occupied territories because of their non-Jewish ethnicity.[16]

Approximately 300,000 Palestinians fled or were driven into exile as Israel conquered the West Bank and Gaza. Hundreds of villages were systematically razed, and over 2,000 Palestinian homes were demolished or sealed without charges or trial. The Israeli government confiscated fully 50% of the land and 80% of the water reserves in these territories. Approximately 100,000 Jews settled in the West Bank and Gaza to replace the exiled Palestinians.[17] These actions were in violation of U.N. Security Resolution 242, which demanded that Israel withdraw from all of the occupied territories in 1967.[18]

Palestinian Gaza has been turned into a massive prison ghetto. Surrounded by electronic fences and military posts, tightly sealed from the outside world, Palestinians in Gaza are forced to live in extreme poverty. Israeli linguistics professor Tanya Reinhart wrote in 2002:

What we are witnessing in the occupied territories—Israel’s penal colonies—is the invisible and daily killing of the sick and wounded who are deprived of medical care, of the weak who cannot survive in the new poverty conditions, and of those who are approaching starvation.”[19]

Israeli leaders proceeded to implement throughout the West Bank their model of control perfected in Gaza. Since May 2002, Israel has been constructing a wall in the West Bank which will make this system of control a reality when completed. Along the route under construction, Israel is dispossessing Palestinian farmers of their land and pushing them into small enclaves between fences and walls. Eventually Palestinians in the West Bank will be surrounded on all sides, as is currently the case in Gaza.[20]

January 25, 2018

The Israeli Knesset has also enacted numerous laws in recent years that discriminate against Palestinians. The Nakba Law of 2009, for example, stipulated that whoever would commemorate Israel’s day of independence as a day of mourning would be arrested. This law was slightly revised under international pressure: arrest was replaced by the denial of public funding to any entity that commemorates the Nakba. Since virtually all Palestinian institutions and homes remember and commemorate the Nakba, this law is highly discriminatory against Palestinians.[21]

The Times of Israel reported how Israel will be an ethnostate: they’ll simply hand the “wrong-color” refugees to white European nations because “Diversity Is Our Strength”.
The Times of Israel reported how Israel will be an ethnostate: they’ll simply hand the “wrong-color” refugees to white European nations because “Diversity Is Our Strength”.
These Jews have the “Right of Return” to the racist Ethnostate of Israel should their increasingly diverse host-home nations become uncomfortable. None of these nations are permitted a referendum on the uncontrolled intake of “refugees” who cross multiple countries before claiming refugee status.
Israel’s Human Rights Record

Palestinians have faced ongoing terrorism from Israel in times of both peace and war. A partial list of the massacres committed by Israel against Palestinians include: Sharafat Massacre, Kiby Massacre, Kafr Qasem Massacre, Al-Sammou Massacre, the Sabra and Chatila Massacre, Oyon Qara Massacre, Al-Aqsa Mosque Massacre, the Ibrahimi Mosque Massacre, the Qana Massacre, and the Jabalia Massacre. Israel also bombed and invaded Lebanon in the 1980s, with estimates of civilian casualties exceeding 15,000.[22]

Israel has assassinated hundreds of Palestinian leaders. Many of these Palestinian leaders had never been associated with violence or terror of any kind; they were simply writers or clerics who by their words inspired their countrymen to seek freedom. The assassinations of Palestinian leaders have often also killed innocent bystanders.[23]

Tens of thousands of Palestinians have been tortured in Israeli jails. A Jewish human rights group in Israel confirmed in a 60-page report that 85% of Palestinian prisoners undergo torture while in custody. Many thousands of these prisoners have died while in Israeli custody.[24]

The U.N. Committee Against Torture last year cited continued complaints of torture by the Israeli Security Agency and Israel’s refusal to implement the U.N. Convention Against Torture in occupied Palestinian territories.[25]

How all analysis, debate and discussion is ruthlessly suppressed.

The Council of Europe’s Parliamentary Assembly passed a resolution in January 2017 condemning Israel’s unlawful killings of Palestinians in the so-called buffer zone between the Gaza Strip and Israel. The resolution was based on a report compiled by Swedish Assembly member Eva-Lena Jansson, which states:

Cases of the deliberate fatal shooting of individuals who posed no imminent danger to life amounts to an appalling pattern of apparently systematic unlawful killings…It is estimated that over 12,620 houses were totally destroyed [in Gaza] and 6,455 severely damaged. 17,650 families or about 100,000 persons were displaced.”[27]

The report says that Gaza has become so uninhabitable that many of its residents have joined the influx of refugees into Europe. The resolution called for an end to Israel’s blockade on Gaza, voicing alarm over the deteriorating humanitarian situation in the impoverished area.[28]

Alan Dershowitz writes that Israel’s record on human rights is “generally superb.”[29] However, Israel’s human rights record has been monitored by a multitude of independent organizations with autonomous research and field staff. Contrary to Dershowitz’s claim, all of these human rights organizations consistently document egregious human rights violations on the part of Israel.[30]

Norman Finkelstein writes:

Either mainstream human rights organizations and independent experts have engaged in a vast anti-Semitic conspiracy to defame Israel, or Dershowitz has egregiously misrepresented the factual record. No third possibility exists.”[31]

Did Dershowitz and Obama discuss how to ‘sell’ Open Borders for America while ethnically cleansing Israel?

Amnesty International summarizes Israel’s human rights record in a recent report:

In the West Bank, including East Jerusalem, Israeli forces committed unlawful killings of Palestinian civilians, including children, and detained thousands of Palestinians who protested against or otherwise opposed Israel’s continuing military occupation, holding hundreds in administrative detention. Torture and other ill-treatment remained rife and were committed with impunity. The authorities continued to promote illegal settlements in the West Bank, and severely restricted Palestinians’ freedom of movement, further tightening restrictions amid an escalation of violence from October, which included attacks on Israeli civilians by Palestinians and apparent extrajudicial executions by Israeli forces. Israeli settlers in the West Bank attacked Palestinians and their property with virtual impunity. The Gaza Strip remained under an Israeli military blockade that imposed collective punishment on its inhabitants. The authorities continued to demolish Palestinian homes in the West Bank and inside Israel, particularly in Bedouin villages in the Negev/Naqab region, forcibly evicting their residents. They also detained and deported thousands of African asylum seekers, and imprisoned Israeli conscientious objectors.[32]

Norman Finkelstein’s new book on Gaza is a meticulous account of Israel’s crimes.
Israeli Violence and Oppression

Israel’s occupation and its settlements have been maintained through the organized and systematic use of violence. The rights of Palestinians have been ignored. Israeli Prime Minister Golda Meir justified Israel’s violent policies when she infamously stated in 1969 that “[t]here were no such things as Palestinians”and asserted,

It was not as though there was a Palestinian people in Palestine considering itself as a Palestinian people and we came and threw them out and took their country away from them. They did not exist.”[33]

Living in a moral universe in which Israeli Jews are the permanent victims and Palestinians are invisible allows Israel to justify almost any measure.[34] Israeli Prime Minister Menachem Begin declared in the Knesset after Israel’s invasion of Lebanon, “No one, anywhere in the world, can preach morality to our people.” A similar statement was included in a resolution adopted by Begin’s cabinet after massacres in Palestinian refugee camps on the outskirts of Beirut.[35]

The Israeli military’s occupation of the West Bank and Gaza has resulted in arbitrary killings and destruction on a daily basis. Amira Hass wrote in January 2005 that the Israeli army

controls Gaza through its fortified positions, which dominate densely populated residential areas; it controls Gaza with its airborne drones and their unceasing buzzing; the bulldozers that have not ceased demolishing, flattening, exposing, uprooting for the last four years; the helicopters that fire missiles; the military orders that turn roads and farmlands and half the coastline into areas ‘prohibited to Palestinians’ so that any Palestinian using them ends up dead; orders that close all the passages into Gaza; the tanks that fire into civilian neighborhoods with…tank shells and other forms of munitions with a frequency that makes it impossible to count them…”[36]

Ilan Pappé writes in 2017 that what the Israeli army has been doing in the Gaza Strip since 2006 can appropriately be called an incremental genocide. Israeli military operations have been steadily escalating in every area. Ilan Pappé writes:

Firstly, there was the disappearance of the distinction between “civilian” and “non-civilian” targets: the senseless killing had turned the population at large into the main target of the operation. Secondly, there was the escalation in the employment of every possible killing machine the Israeli army possesses. Thirdly, there was the conspicuous rise in the number of casualties. Finally, and most importantly, the operations gradually crystallized into a strategy, indicating the way Israel intends to solve the problem of the Gaza Strip in the future: through a measured genocidal policy. The people of the Strip, however, continued to resist. This led to further genocidal Israeli operations, but still today a failure to reoccupy the region.[37]

Conclusion

The historical record indicates that Israel is a racist, apartheid ethnostate formed through the ethnic cleansing of the indigenous Palestinian population. Israel has an atrocious human rights record, has violated more U.N. resolutions than any other country in the U.N.[38], and has mass murdered Palestinian civilians with impunity. The so-called threats to Israel are a result of Israel’s violent and discriminatory policies, and not because Israel is surrounded by inherently dangerous or violent neighbors.

The answer to Alan Dershowitz’s challenge is that Israel’s human rights record, noncompliance with the rule of law, and violence against the Palestinian civilian population is among the worst in world history. The more appropriate challenge would be to name a country in the history of the world, surrounded by neighbors who desire peace, with a worse record than Israel of human rights violations, noncompliance with the rule of law, or failing to minimize civilian casualties.


This article originally appeared on Wear’s War.

ENDNOTES

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[1] http://www.jpost.com/Opinion/Debating-against-BDS-and-winning-431921.

[2] Pappé, Ilan, The Forgotten Palestinians: A History of the Palestinians in Israel, New Haven, CT: Yale University Press, 2011, pp. 16-17.

[3] Ibid., p. 17.

[4] Ibid., pp. 17-18.

[5] Pappé, Ilan, The Idea of Israel: A History of Power and Knowledge, London: Verso, 2014, p. 277.

[6] Pappé, Ilan, The Forgotten Palestinians: A History of the Palestinians in Israel, New Haven, CT: Yale University Press, 2011, p. 15.

[7] Weir, Alison, Against Our Better Judgement: The Hidden History of How the U.S. was Used to Create Israel, 2014, p. 58.

[8] Segev, Tom, The Seventh Million: The Israelis and the Holocaust, New York: Hill and Wang, p. 63.

[9] Ibid., pp. 161-162.

[10] Pappé, Ilan, The Ethnic Cleansing of Palestine, Oxford: Oneworld, 2007, p. xiii.

[11] Finkelstein, Norman G., Beyond Chutzpah: On the Misuse of Anti-Semitism and the Abuse of History, Berkeley, CA: University of California Press, 2005, p. 8.

[12] Ibid. p. 5.

[13] Reinhart, Tanya, The Road Map to Nowhere: Israel/Palestine Since 2003, London: Verso, 2006, pp. 1-2.

[14] Duke, David, Jewish Supremacism: My Awakening to the Jewish Question, 2ndedition, Mandeville, LA: Free Speech Press, 2007, pp. 213-214.

[15] Reinhart, Tanya, Israel/Palestine: How to End the War of 1948, New York: Seven Stories Press, 2002, p. 8.

[16] Abunimah, Ali, The Battle for Justice in Palestine, Chicago: Haymarket Books, 2014, p. 195.

[17] Finkelstein, Norman G., The Rise and Fall of Palestine: A Personal Account of the Intifada Years, Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press, 1996, p. 52.

[18] Pappé, Ilan, Ten Myths About Israel, London: Verso, 2017, p. 77.

[19] Reinhart, Tanya, Israel/Palestine: How to End the War of 1948, New York: Seven Stories Press, 2002, pp. 18, 175-176.

[20] Reinhart, Tanya, The Road Map to Nowhere: Israel/Palestine Since 2003, London: Verso, 2006, pp. 157-160.

[21] Pappé, Ilan, The Idea of Israel: A History of Power and Knowledge, London: Verso, 2014, pp. 272-273.

[22] Duke, David, Jewish Supremacism: My Awakening to the Jewish Question, 2ndedition, Mandeville, LA: Free Speech Press, 2007, pp. 219, 222-223.

[23] Ibid., p. 225.

[24] Ibid., p. 226.

[25] https://www.rt.com/news/374923-israel-torture-methods-interrogation/?utm_source=browser&utm_medium=aplication_chrome&utm_campaign=chrome.

[26] Reinhart, Tanya, Israel/Palestine: How to End the War of 1948, New York: Seven Stories Press, 2002, p. 175.

[27] http://www.presstv.ir/Detail/2017/01/25/507659/Israel-Gaza-Council-of-Europe-Parliamentary-Assembly.

[28] Ibid.

[29] Dershowitz, Alan, The Case for Israel, New York: John Wiley & Sons, Inc., 2003, p. 204.

[30] Finkelstein, Norman G., Beyond Chutzpah: On the Misuse of Anti-Semitism and the Abuse of History, Berkeley, CA: University of California Press, 2005, pp. 91-92.

[31] Ibid., p. 223.

[32] https://www.amnesty-international.be/sites/default/files/bijlagen/pol1025522016english.pdf.

[33] Abunimah, Ali, One Country: A Bold Proposal to End the Israeli-Palestinian Impasse, New York: Metropolitan Books, 2006, pp. 48, 107.

[34] Ibid., 141.

[35] Segev, Tom, The Seventh Million: The Israelis and the Holocaust, New York: Hill and Wang, p. 399.

[36] Reinhart, Tanya, The Road Map to Nowhere: Israel/Palestine Since 2003, London: Verso, 2006, pp. 58-59, 157.

[37] Pappé, Ilan, Ten Myths About Israel: London, Verso, 2017, pp. 130, 133.

[38] http://www.annainthemiddleeast.com/whatcanyou/boycott/index.html.

Marzieh Hashemi: FBI raided my children’s homes in U.S.

Marzieh Hashemi: FBI raided my children’s homes in U.S.

Marzieh Hashemi’s family being harassed by US government



Marzieh Hashemi talks to Press TV after released from U.S. jail


Marzieh Hashemi Kidnapped by FBI | PRESS TV and Western Censorship | BACKFIRE


The Political Lynching of Marc Lamont Hill: What You’re Not Being Told

Renegade Editor’s Note: Marc Lamont Hill and his supporters are definitely not going to stand up for the rights of White people, who are being targeted for genocide and ethnic cleansing by the same forces who are oppressing the Palestinians. Instead they will constantly equate jewish supremacism with apartheid, to make Israel just seem like an extension of “White supremacy.” However, this piece does go to show what we already know, that both sides of the political spectrum are completely controlled by powerful jewish interests who demand complete obedience.

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(MPN— After his UN Speech marking the International Day of Solidarity with Palestine last week was twisted so as to smear him as an anti-Semite, Marc Lamont Hill was subjected to a “political lynching” that saw him fired from his role as a political commentator on CNN and will now see Temple University — his other employer — investigate whether and how to reprimand him for his statements.

During his speech, Hill had called for solidarity with Palestinians and drew on the history of African Americans’ struggle against slavery and apartheid in the United States as an inspiration for the solidarity. Hill then noted that “if we are to operate in true solidarity with Palestinian people, we must allow the Palestinian people the same range of opportunity and political possibility” that were afforded African Americans, including “self-defense” and other tactics that do not fit neatly with “non-violence.”

However, the part of Hill’s speech that has been deemed the most controversial was his concluding call for a “a free Palestine from the river to the sea,” which recognizes the reality that the area historically known as Palestine is, in fact, not free, as Palestinians in the territory are currently under siege from a decade-long blockade, under military occupation, or under an apartheid legal system. Yet Hill’s detractors have directed their outrage at that single line, twisting it to mean the destruction or “genocide” of the Israeli state, while also failing to recognize the genocide of Palestinians that accompanied the creation of the state of Israel in the first place.

Since he was dismissed from his role at CNN, many of the same voices that pressured the news organization to fire Hill are now pushing for Temple University to do the same. On Tuesday, Temple University’s newspaper — The Temple News — published a story reporting that the university is set to “investigate” Hill and is determining whether he can be “reprimanded” by the university for the statements that he had made at the United Nations. The university had previously stood by Hill. Notably, many of the strongest voices that have been calling for Hill to be fired first from CNN and now from Temple University have close ties to the Israeli government, top U.S. Israel lobby organizations, or pro-Israel stalwarts with ties to the U.S. political establishment.

Trouble at Temple

Last Friday, the Philadelphia Inquirer published an article in which it noted that one of the people pushing for Hill to be fired from Temple University was Leonard Barrack, who was described as a “Temple trustee and major donor to the university.” Barrack, who is also a Temple alumnus and former finance chairman of the Democratic National Committee (DNC), was quoted as saying that “He [Hill] called for the destruction of the State of Israel in code words. I am very upset about it. I think it was anti-Semitic.”

However, the article fails to note that Leonard Barrack is also former president of the Jewish Federation of Greater Philadelphia,which regularly hosts events in Philadelphia with American Israel Public Affairs Committee (AIPAC), arguably the most influential Israel lobby group in the U.S., and StandWithUs, an Israel lobby group whose activities on U.S. college campuses were exposed in a recently leaked documentary.

Even though the article mentions the Jewish Federation of Greater Philadelphia immediately below where it quotes Barrack, it does not mention this connection between the two nor does it note that the Jewish Federation of Greater Philadelphia or the Israel lobby groups it collaborates with promote Israeli colonialism, the apartheid system imposed on Palestinians by the Israeli state ,and the ethnic cleansing of Palestinians from historical Palestine.

Barrack, given that he is a Temple trustee as well as a major donor who is also politically influential, clearly made his outrage heard, as evidenced by recent statements from the chairman of Temple’s board of trustees, Patrick O’Connor, who told the Inquirer, “the board’s not happy. The administration’s not happy. People wanted to fire him right away. We’re going to look at what remedies we have.” Both O’Connor and Barrack are prominent lawyers in Philadelphia in addition to being Temple trustees.

Another Temple University alumnus with connections to the Israel lobby pushing for Hill to be fired is the President of the Zionist Organization of American (ZOA), Morton Klein. Klein went even further than Barrack in expressing his outrage over Hill’s speech, calling for the university to fire Hill, whom he called a “Bigot Jew-hater.” Klein also condemns Hill for his past statements on Palestine, including voicing his support for Ahed Tamimi — whom Klein calls a “convicted Palestinian-Arab terrorist” — and for denouncing “settler encroachment” and the “systematic abuse of Palestinian children,” which Klein equated to “blood libel.”

Klein concludes his long statement on Hill, which was quoted by numerous news outlets, by stating:

As a Temple University alumnus from where I received two degrees, I am especially shocked, embarrassed and ashamed that Mr. Hill teaches at my alma mater and has a named Chair no less. His working at Temple can only hurt fundraising and support for the University.”

Like Barrack, Klein has considerable political pull in this situation, not because of his ties to Temple University necessarily, but because of his ties to the Trump administration and Trump’s largest political donor, Sheldon Adelson. Klein, who is also close to former Trump advisor Steve Bannon, was instrumental in installing John Bolton as National Security Adviser by leading the campaign to have Bolton’s predecessor, H.R. McMaster, fired over alleged “anti-Israel” beliefs. Bolton is a close confidant of Sheldon Adelson, the largest donor to Trump and the Republican Party. Adelson also funds the organization Klein leads, ZOA.

Hill’s head sought by pro-Israel right and left

In addition to ZOA, other notable Israel lobby groups, such as the American Jewish Committee (AJC), have been vocally calling for Hill to be fired. For instance, AJC’s “chief storyteller,” Avi Mayer claimed that Hill’s speech called for the “violent annihilation” of Israel and mischaracterized Hill as a Hamas supporter for opposing U.S. funding of Israel’s Iron Dome defense system. The U.S. gives Israel over $3 billion annually in military aid, which is set to top $3.8 billion this year.

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On Tuesday @CNN aired a devastating report on antisemitism in Europe. Today CNN’s @marclamonthill echoed Jihadist calls for Israel’s violent annihilation, calling for “resist[ance]” to achieve “a free Palestine from the river to the sea.” Not a great look.

Notably, prior to working for AJC, Mayer worked as a “foreign media liaison” for the Israel Defense Forces (IDF). He has also worked in the Israeli embassy in Washington and for AIPAC.

AJC claims to be very different from ZOA in the sense that AJC seeks to cater to “liberals” while ZOA is focused more on Republicans and conservatives. However, both are equally committed to promoting Zionism. Indeed, AJC was instrumental in promoting the Israel-centric definition of anti-Semitism that seeks to define certain criticisms of the Israeli state as anti-Semitism. The group is exceptionally well-funded, with an annual income of over $49 million, most of which comes from private donors.

Notably, a subsidiary of AJC, UN Watch, has also been very vocal in its condemnation of Hill. UN Watch is frequently quoted by media outlets on a variety of issues related to the United Nations and its alleged bias towards Israel. However, the fact that it is a “wholly owned subsidiary” of AJC is rarely noted, with the outlets only sometimes noting that UN Watch is a “pro-Israel monitor.”

In crosshairs of “fiercely Zionistic” National Council of Young Israel

Another important and controversial Zionist organization pushing for Hill to be fired from Temple University is the National Council of Young Israel (NCYI). NCYI’s call to have Hill fired was widely quoted by both Israeli and U.S. media outlets.

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The is calling on @cnn @templeuniv to fire Marc Lamont Hill following his highly offensive & virulent anti-Semitism remarks. They’re abhorrent, & his senseless promotion of violence against Israel is repugnant.
He can’t be given a platform to serve as a pundit or professor!

NCYI, essentially an umbrella group for over 100 smaller organizations spread throughout different areas of the United States, has a storied history, having been founded over 100 years ago.

As an example, NCYI boasts on its web page that, prior to Israel’s founding in 1948, it funneled weapons to Zionist terror groups like Irgun. Irgun, which NCYI calls a “defense force” on its website, began bombing and attacking Palestinian civilian targets in 1938, 10 years before Israel’s founding. It is best known for the bombing of the King David hotel in Jerusalem, which killed 91 people, as well as the Deir Yassin massacre, which killed over 100 Palestinian civilians as part of a self-described “cleansing” campaign.

Irgun’s leader, Menachem Begin, was called a terrorist and fascist by Albert Einstein and many other prominent Jewish American intellectuals in an open letter published in the New York Times in 1948. He went on to found the precursor to today’s Likud political party. Notably, the Jewish Federation of Greater Philadelphia, which has strongly condemned Hill’s speech and smeared him as “anti-Semitic,” recently hosted an event celebrating Begin’s legacy, bizarrely likening Begin to Martin Luther King Jr.

In addition to considering its past support of terror groups as a point of pride, NCYI also led the effort to commute the sentence of convicted Israeli spy Jonathan Pollard, who had given top-secret classified U.S. government information to Israel and other countries. Pollard was imprisoned in the late 1980s and released in 2015.

NCYI, which describes itself as “fiercely Zionistic,” now promotes anti-BDS initiatives on U.S. college campuses, including Temple University. Owing to its decentralized nature, there is little information on the group’s finances and donors.

A skirmish in a larger war to silence pro-Palestinian advocacy

The firestorm of criticism around Marc Lamont Hill’s speech was undeniably engineered, particularly given the fact that the outrage centered on a single phrase at the end of the lengthy speech and the fact that the subsequent campaign against Hill employed prominent figures and organizations in the Israel lobby, many of whom hold extremist positions and are openly racist.

Ultimately, the controversy that has resulted from Hill’s speech is just the latest iteration of a larger effort to silence advocacy for Palestinian rights in the United States, particularly at a time when Israel’s right-wing government is seeking to annex Palestine’s West Bank and when the Gaza Strip is approaching its breaking point as a result of the inhuman decade-long blockade of the enclave by Israel. It also comes at a time when the Trump administration is set to reveal its Israel-centric “peace plan” that is set to be a disaster for Palestinians and major give-away to Zionist interests.

The Israel lobby that represents extreme political Zionism in the United States is seeking to make an example of Hill in order to avoid having to discuss the important issues he brought up in his speech. These critics of Hill have claimed that he implicitly called for the destruction of Israel as a state. Though Hill did not make that claim, the alarm raised by these critics is ironic given that Israel is currently — and has been for decades — seeking to ethnically cleanse the historic land of Palestine of all of its indigenous inhabitants.


This article originally appeared on MintPress News.

German metal band Rammstein: controversy on artistic freedom

Rammstein’s Holocaust-referencing music video triggers DEBATE: Did the band cross the line?

German metal band Rammstein has whipped up a fresh controversy by posing as Nazi death camp victims in a new music video. Have the shock rockers finally crossed acceptable lines of artistic freedom?


World Jewish Congress approves resolution calling for criminalizing Holocaust denial

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The resolution on anti-Semitism also calls countries where appropriate constitutional provisions exist to consider banning neo-Nazi parties.ed note–so, in other words, these same Jewish interests CONSTANTLY lecturing others on ‘free speech’ and CONSTANTLY warning of the dangers of ‘Islamic Shariah Law’ where people are punished for holding/voicing opinions contrary to the precepts of a certain religion are now calling for laws to be made criminalizing free speech/free thought as pertains the ‘holy of holies’–meaning the Holocaust.

As one famous philosopher stated over and over when warning of Jewish power, ‘beware the leaven of the pharisees, which is hypocrisy and lying’

Haaretz

The World Jewish Congress approved on Tuesday a resolution that calls on countries around the world, “in particular those whose Jewish populations were decimated in the Shoah,” to outlaw the public denial of the Holocaust, and where appropriate constitutional provisions exist, to consider banning neo-Nazi parties.

The resolution also urges Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban and other national leaders and legislators in Europe to join the 125 legislators from more than 40 countries in signing the 2009 London Declaration on Combating Anti-Semitism.

The WJC decided to hold its Plenary Assembly in the Hungarian capital as an expression of solidarity with the local Jewish community in the city, who have been under threat of rising anti-Semitism ever since the extreme right-wing Jobbik Party won a relatively large share of the vote in the last election.

The WJC resolution, supported by hundreds of delegates from Jewish communities around the world, urges the Hungarian authorities “to take effective measures including by enacting and enforcing legislation, for the protection of all citizens and residents of this country, in particular vulnerable minorities such as the Roma and the Jews, against threats of violence, racist hate and insults and the denial of the Holocaust.”

On Sunday night, the Hungarian prime minister opened the Plenary Assembly promising to act more forcefully against anti-Semitism, although he did not specifically mention the Jobbik Party, which captured 17 percent of the vote in the 2010 election. WJC officials expressed disappointment with his speech, which to their minds lacked substance.

In the resolution, the WJC calls on Hungary “to recognize that the ideology and the actions of the Jobbik movement and its subsidiaries, including the New Hungarian Guard, pose a fundamental threat to Hungary’s democracy, and that decisive action by all democratic forces against these contemporary expressions of extremism must now be taken.”

The resolution also expresses concern about recent signs of rising anti-Semitism in Ukraine.

Earlier today, the Plenary Assembly heard about a new legislative initiative in Greece, which promises a radical crackdown on anti-Semitism and other forms of racism in the country. David Saltiel, the head of the country’s Jewish community, who reported on the development, said the legislation will be submitted to parliament in the coming days, following the Easter holiday break.

According to the legislation, any individual or group that incites against or acts violently toward other individuals or groups “because of their racial origin, the color of their skin, their religion and/or their sexual preferences” could be punished with three months to six years in jail and be fined up to 20,000 euros. The same punishments would apply to Holocaust denial and the National Socialist salute. The legislation also stipulates that if a parliamentary party chief is found to be in violation, public funding for his or her party would be suspended.

Israel Wants Prison For Those Recognizing the Palestinian Holocaust–Jewish Groups Remain Silent

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“And the LORD spake unto Moses saying, “Speak unto the children of Israel, and say unto them the following–When ye are passed over the Jordan river into the land of Canaan, ye shall drive out all the inhabitants of the land from before you, and destroy all their pictures, and destroy all their molten images, and tear down all their high places…And ye shall dispossess the inhabitants of the land, and dwell therein, for I have given you the land to possess it…But if ye will not drive out the inhabitants of the land from before you; then it shall come to pass, that those which shall remain shall be pricks in your eyes and thorns in your sides and shall vex you in the land wherein ye dwell…”

Book of Numbers 33:50-56

In the latest coughing fit laying bare the sickness of soul infecting and guiding the very existence of the Jewish state, one of Israel’s largest political parties has introduced a bill in the Knesset outlawing freedom of speech when it comes to commemorating the other Holocaust about which no one seems to know anything, meaning what was done to the Palestinians 60+ years ago by the Jews in an event known as “al Nakbah”.

Introduced by MK Alex Miller of Israel Beiteinu (”Our Land Israel“) the bill is set for deliberation this week in a Knesset dominated by radical, messianic, violence-prone members of both the aforementioned IB party and Benjamin Netanyahu’s Likud. In the interest of covering up and then “wiping off the map” of history Israel’s 6-decade legacy of racism, genocide and terrorism against the Palestinian people, the law is but one more manifestation of what is now the all-too-typical Judeo-centric paradigm so much a part of the way Jews see themselves in relation to the rest of the world’s peoples ever since the days of Abraham and Moses.

In effect, the law criminalizes any publicly-demonstrated mourning surrounding the event taking place 61 years ago when as many as 750,000 Palestinians–Christian and Muslim alike–were “persuaded” by Jewish thugs working for terrorist organizations such as Irgun and the Stern Gang to succumb to a pre-planned program of ethnic cleansing by relocating themselves to all the luxury, opulence and comfort of tented outdoor refugee camps scattered throughout Gaza, Jordan, the West Bank and Lebanon.

This is not the first time such a bill has been introduced in Israel’s law-making body. Perhaps fearing the kind of public-relations backlash that would inevitably result from the obvious hypocrisy of such a law (given that Israel and her various mouthpieces are constantly screeching up a storm whenever someone from within the Gentile community dares entertain even an ounce of skepticism or irreverence for the Holocaust of Jews in WWII) similar proposals have been introduced on previous occasions but never made into law.

Now however, with “Bubba” Netanyahu as Prime Minister and Avigdor Lieberman (founder and leader of Israel Beiteinu) serving as both Foreign Minister and Deputy Prime Minister and with more and more people in Israel leaning more towards the extremist side of an already-extremist ideology known as Zionism, the proposed law has a better chance of becoming a fait accompli.

For those lacking a working knowledge of exactly what took place during the Palestinian holocaust known as the “Nakbah”, it can effectively be described as the spark plug for 90% of the problems springing up in the Middle East today. In 1948 over the course of a mere few days, close to 750,000 persons–Christian and Muslim alike–were run from the homes and lands in which they and their ancestors dwelt for literally thousands of years. In the wee hours of the morning, well-trained/well-armed Jewish terrorists working for the aforementioned organized crime organizations Irgun and Stern Gang went on a religiously-inspired rampage throughout hundreds of Arab villages, shooting women and children, dynamiting homes, blowing up churches, schools and shops. Writing in his memoirs, Christian clergyman Father Audeh Rantisi describes what he endured as a boy of 11 when he and his family were forced from their home of many generations to make what life they could for themselves in the refugee camps of Ramallah–

“I cannot forget the three horror-filled days in July of 1948. Israeli soldiers forced thousands of Palestinians from their homes near the Mediterranean coast, even though some families had lived in the same houses for centuries. (My family had been in the town of Lydda in Palestine at least 1,600 years). Without water, we stumbled into the hills and continued for three deadly days. The Jewish soldiers followed, occasionally shooting over our heads to scare us and keep us moving. Terror filled my eleven-year-old mind as I wondered what would happen. I remembered overhearing my father and his friends express alarm about recent massacres by Jewish terrorists. Would they kill us, too?

We did not know what to do, except to follow orders and stumble blindly up the rocky hills. I walked hand in hand with my grandfather, who carried our only remaining possessions-a small tin of sugar and some milk for my aunt’s two-year-old son, sick with typhoid.

The horror began when Zionist soldiers deceived us into leaving our homes, then would not let us go back, driving us through a small gate just outside Lydda. I remember the scene well: thousands of frightened people being herded like cattle through the narrow opening by armed soldiers firing overhead. In front of me a cart wobbled toward the gate. Alongside, a lady struggled, carrying her baby, pressed by the crowd. Suddenly, in the jostling of the throngs, the child fell. The mother shrieked in agony as the cart’s metal-rimmed wheel ran over her baby’s neck. That infant’s death was the most awful sight I had ever seen.

Outside the gate the soldiers stopped us and ordered everyone to throw all valuables onto a blanket. One young man and his wife of six weeks, friends of our family, stood near me. He refused to give up his money. Almost casually, the soldier pulled up his rifle and shot the man. He fell, bleeding and dying while his bride screamed and cried. I felt nauseated and sick, my whole body numbed by shock waves. That night I cried, too, as I tried to sleep alongside thousands on the ground. Would I ever see my home again? Would the soldiers kill my loved ones, too?

Early the next morning we heard more shots and sprang up. A bullet just missed me and killed a donkey nearby. Everybody started running as a stampede. I was terror-stricken when I lost sight of my family, and I frantically searched all day as the crowd moved along.

That second night, after the soldiers let us stop, I wandered among the masses of people, desperately searching and calling. Suddenly in the darkness I heard my father’s voice. I shouted out to him. What joy was in me! I had thought I would never see him again. As he and my mother held me close, I knew I could face whatever was necessary. The next day brought more dreadful experiences. Still branded on my memory is a small child beside the road, sucking the breast of its dead mother. Along the way I saw many stagger and fall. Others lay dead or dying in the scorching midsummer heat. Scores of pregnant women miscarried, and their babies died along the wayside. The wife of my father’s cousin became very thirsty. After a long while she said she could not continue. Soon she slumped down and was dead. Since we could not carry her we wrapped her in cloth, and after praying, just left her beside a tree. I don’t know what happened to her body.

We eventually found a well, but had no way to get water. Some of the men tied a rope around my father’s cousin and lowered him down, then pulled him out, and gave us water squeezed from his clothing. The few drops helped, but thirst still tormented me as I marched along in the shadeless, one-hundred plus degree heat.

We trudged nearly twenty miles up rocky hills, then down into deep valleys, then up again, gradually higher and higher. Finally we found a main road, where some Arabs met us. They took some of us in trucks to Ramallah, ten miles north of Jerusalem. I lived in a refugee tent camp for the next three and one-half years. We later learned that two Jewish families had taken over our family home in Lydda.

After more than four decades, I still bear the emotional scars of the Zionist invasion…”

The process of mass expulsion was made all the more easy with massacres of entire villages, the details of which were then made known to outlying towns resulting in mass panic and subsequent flight. Of the more infamous massacres taking place was the slaughter at Deir Yassin, where Jewish terrorists butchered as many as 250 men, women and children, including–if it can be imagined–pregnant women who had their bellies slashed open with Jewish bayonets and their unborn children ripped out in what was a repeat performance of what the ancient Israelites did to the Tiphsahite women in the Old Testament as recounted in the Book of Kings. Some of the testimonies of those who witnessed and even participated in the slaughter at Deir Yassin have testified that–

“We eliminated every Arab that came our way.”

–Ben Zion Cohen, an Irgun commander

“I saw the horrors that the fighters had created. I saw bodies of women and children, who were murdered in their houses in cold blood by gunfire, with no signs of battle and not as the result of blowing up the houses. I have seen a great deal of war, but I never saw a sight like Deir Yassin.”

–Eliahu Arbel, Operations Officer in the Jewish Haganah

“The attackers chose to kill anybody they found alive as though every living thing in the village was the enemy and they could only think ‘kill them all.’…It was a lovely spring day, the almond trees were in bloom, the flowers were out and everywhere there was the stench of the dead, the thick smell of blood, and the terrible odor of the corpses burning in the quarry.”

–Yeshurun Shiff, assistant to David Shaltiel, commander of Jewish Haganah forces in Jerusalem

“… A total of more than 200 dead, men, women, and children…One was a woman who must have been eight months pregnant, hit in the stomach, with powder burns on her dress indicating she’d been shot point-blank.”

–Jacques de Reynier, Representative of the International Red Cross

“In the houses there were dead, in all about a hundred men, women and children. It was terrible. It was clear that the attackers had gone from house to house and shot the people at close range. I was a doctor in the German army for 5 years in World War I but I had not seen such a horrifying spectacle.”

–Dr. Alfred Engel, Red Cross worker

“What we saw were women, young children, and old men. What shocked us was at least two or three cases of old men dressed in women’s clothes. My conclusion was that what happened in the village so terrorized these old men that they knew being old men would not save them. They hoped that if they were seen as old women that would save them.”

–Yair Tsaban, was one of several youths tasked with burying the dead at Deir Yessin

Menachem Begin, one of the commanders overseeing the slaughter and who would one day become one of Israel’s Prime Ministers later remarked gloatingly that–

“The Arabs throughout the country were seized with limitless panic and started to flee for their lives and this mass flight soon developed into a maddened, uncontrollable stampede. The political and economic significance of this development can hardly be overestimated.”

The slaughter in villages such as took place at Deir Yassin were done to affect the circumstances as they exist today–to rid Palestine of Gentiles so that Israel could be a “Jews only“ state in the exact fashion as described in the same Old Testament acting as a road map for all obnoxious, violent, narcissistic Jewish behavior seen not only today but throughout history. Despite the mountains of evidence in the form of photos and testimony, nevertheless in typical lying, obfuscating fashion Israel and her supporters continue to maintain as they have for the last 60 years that no massacres took place, that there was no Jewish plan to force the Arabs to leave and that the Palestinians fled because various Arab governments told them to leave.

Out of the horse’s mouth though the lies are laid bare. David Ben Gurion, Israel’s 1st Prime Minister who personally oversaw the ethnic cleansing of the Palestinians in 1948 spoke of what was to come decades before the Nakbah took place–

“In many parts of the country new settlement will not be possible without transferring the Palestinian Arabs… Jewish power, which grows steadily, will also increase our possibilities to carry out the transfer on a large scale…With compulsory transfer we would have a vast area for settlement…I support compulsory transfer. I don’t see anything immoral in it…There are two issues here–1) sovereignty and 2) the removal of a certain number of Arabs, and we must insist on both of them.”

And indicating that violence was the only way to achieve this, Ben Gurion wrote years earlier that–

“It is impossible to imagine general evacuation without brutal compulsion. It would be very difficult to bring about resettlement of other Arab populations by transferring them voluntarily, whatever economic inducements are offered to them.”

And this is but a smattering of the suffering and injustice occurring during a holocaust that–according to Jewish interests–did not take place and the discussion of which will result in a stiff 3-year prison sentence if Israel gets her way.

The hypocrisy surrounding this latest move by Israel is–in a word–stupefying in its audacity, and on several levels. In a day and age when persons throughout the “free” West are bring thrown into prison for having broken “holocaust denial’ laws written and sponsored by Jewish interests, the idea that now Israel is MANDATING denial of the Palestinian holocaust speaks volumes about the Jewish character and mindset driving such a proposal. One can just imagine the hurricane the entire world would be forced to endure in the event any nation (and particularly those in the West being held hostage by Jewish interests with a razor to their jugular) were to pass, propose or even WHISPER of any similar such laws making it illegal for Jews to commemorate the persecution said to have befallen them during WWII.

Surprisingly ( ?! ) not a single watchdog group working in the service of Jewish interests (including but certainly not limited to the ADL, SPLC, Simon Wiesenthal, or any of their ugly twin sisters) legendary for their high-decibel shrieking whenever Holocaust denial or “freedom of speech” (re–the bashing of Christians and Muslims) is threatened have uttered a peep. These same groups allocating not just millions, but indeed tens of millions of dollars a year to spying on individuals and organizations who might have something skeptical to say concerning the sanctam sanctorum of today’s new and not-so-improved Judaism–meaning the Holocaust–have had absolutely nothing to say concerning Israel’s latest move in legally mandating holocaust denial when said holocaust involves Jews as holocausters and non-Jews as the holocausted. Nothing. Nada, Zilch. Rien. Niente.

In the meantime, while the world is forced to hear fantastic stories about Jewish blood gurgling up from out of the ground, color-coded smoke from the crematoria indicating what “type” of Jew was being incinerated and tales of Jewish lasses throwing pieces of apples over barbed wire fences to hungry inmates only to later be (reluctantly) admitted to be hoaxes, real tales of murder, genocide, racism and unimaginable human suffering face criminal prosecution.

The reasons for Israel’s desire in “illegalizing” recognition of the Palestinian Holocaust is not hard to decipher. Despite her stated reason–that by outlawing commemoration of what Israel did in 1948 it will inspire “patriotism” amongst Israel’s Arab minority–the truth is much uglier than her stated fiction. In the first case, Israel Beiteinu, the party introducing the legislation has made it crystal clear that the solution to Israel’s problems is to finish what was started in 1948 but left undone, meaning the complete transfer of all non-Jews out of the Jewish state. When they named the party Israel Beiteinu “Our Land Israel” they did not mean for the whole world, but rather only Jews.

Furthermore, it must be remembered that lying, deception and the altering of reality is as intrinsic to the creation and maintenance of the Jewish state as belching out loud is to some beer-guzzling beer-hog. The entire makeup of Jewish thinking was born in the womb of fantasy and make-believe, where a powerful, violent, vengeful deity for unknown and inexplicable reasons singles out one seemingly insignificant microbe of humanity, reveals to them his chauvinistic preference for them and bestows upon them a privileged destiny as rulers of the world.

The other reasons for the proposed law and absence of any protest by organized Jewish interests is equally ugly. The technicalities of Judaism and the mindset it produces stipulates that Gentile suffering simply does not exist. Gentiles are not men, but rather beasts created in human form by Yahweh to better serve the Jews. Whether it is Rabbi Yaacov Perrin’s infamous “One million Arabs are not worth one Jewish fingernail” or Rabbi Yitzhak Ginsburg’s “The blood of the Jewish people is loved by the Lord; it is therefore redder and their life is preferable” or Prime Minister Golda Meir’s “There is no such thing as a Palestinian people… It is not as if we came and threw them out and took their country. They didn’t exist.” the idea that non-Jews–and particularly Arabs–are capable of suffering is not possible. In the Jewish way of thinking, such notions are as strange to Jewish ears as the notion of a round world was to the best minds of the dark ages who thought it was flat.

Furthermore, what must be remembered is that the god of the Jews, YAHWEH HIMSELF told them this is THEIR land and has commanded them to drive out its original inhabitants. As recounted in the Torah of the Old Testament, the forefathers of today’s Jews engaged in exactly the same business when they crossed over from Egypt, expelling, killing, burning down towns and enslaving those few who remained as “hewers of wood” and “carriers of water”.

More importantly though is the fact that things have not turned out as hoped or as planned. Despite Ben Gurion’s infamous “the old will die and the young will forget” statement concerning the violent expulsion of the Palestinians, nothing of the sort has materialized. Rather than cowing and bowing down before their oppressors as virtually the entire West has done, the Arabs and their defiance are stronger today than they were when bands of bloodthirsty Jews entered their villages in 1948 like a swarm of savages, killing and destroying everything. If anything should be obvious by now, it is that the Palestinian people cannot be broken, no matter how many phosphorus bombs are unleashed upon them, no matter how many innocent children are shot in the head and no matter how much they are starved of the most basic necessities of life.

And just as important as the aforementioned is the fact that as a result of their resolve, their struggle is increasingly becoming a source of inspiration for peoples the world over and a source of increasing embarrassment to the Jews who cannot seem to defeat them. Their resilience and the history of what has been done to them by the self-chosenites is like the infamous beating of the heart in that infamous Edgar Allen Poe story and where the guilty character is driven mad in the process.

Those who think this latest development is much ado about nothing or the mere musings of a few madmen should reconsider. It was only a few years ago after all that a bill was introduced in the Knesset giving Israel the legal authority to convict anyone in any country of Holocaust denial or “anti-Semitism and demand their extradition. Although the bill did not go through as hoped, it is an indicator of what lies below the surface, or as Jesus Christ, Palestine’s greatest anti-Zionist freedom fighter stated once, “out of the overflow of the heart the mouth speaks”.

(c) 2009 Mark Glenn

Correspondent, American Free Press Newspaper

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