Ali Abunimah speaks on BDS and Israeli Apartheid for Rutgers University!

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    [ame=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pAp5D-lnQwY&feature=related]Ali Abunimah speaks on BDS and Israeli Apartheid for Rutgers University! - YouTube[/ame]
     
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    Isn't that great that Muslims and their friends can speak up against Israel at the various universities, but when there are speakers who try to speak up for Israel they are drowned out by the Muslim Student Association and their Leftist friends. It's a shame that when they start in on Israel like this, people from different groups such as Hindus, Buddhist, Copts, Assyrians, Chaldeans, etc. don't start speaking up to and say "Look what the Muslims are doing to our people. It should work both way.
     
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    Don't forget about Palestine's Christian and Jewish supporters.
     
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    Another childish retort.You should be playing with your Barbie dolls instead of expounding on anti-Semitism.
     
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    Is that the best you got?
     
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    What was the outcome at Al Abunimahnejad's revelations? Did the Zionists, Christians and Jews force him to escape with his life.
     
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    Abunimah's family immigrated to Palestine in 1492 like so many Jewish and Muslim families who were kicked out of Spain. Prior to 1948, when they were kicked out of Palestine, they rented the upstairs of their house to a Jewish family who left Germany in the 1930s.

    His belief is that the Jews now living in Israel/Palestine have the right to live there in a single, democratic state with equal rights for all. He is one of the most rational voices in this conflict.

    Another "one stater," Ghadi Karmi, also believes that the Jews have the right to live there.
     
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    The logical place for a Palestine state is Jordan,as Jordanians,which they originally were. Arafart screwed it up but the present day politicians need to grovel at the King's feet and beg forgiveness.
     
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    Jordan is an Israeli thing. Nobody else considers it.
     
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    There is no logical place for a new Arab state in the former Mandate, and the Arabs are not now and never were serious about wanting one; they are merely objecting to the existence of a Jewish state there. In 1948, the Arab states that invaded the new state of Israel had no intention of allowing an independent Palestinian Arab state to be created.

    1948 Arab

    While some may become excited by slogans about creating a Palestinian Arab state in the disputed territories, or even in all of the territory west of the Jordan River, an analysis of the facts shows this is a ridiculous idea and one the Arab world has repeatedly rejected since 1947. Today, the Arabs in the territories have two distinct and separate governments, one in Gaza and one in the West Bank, each incompetent, corrupt, autocratic and repressive, hostile to each other with no possibility in sight of consolidating power, and the only thing that they have in common is their objection to the existence of the state of Israel.

    The only logical solution to the problems of the stateless Arabs in the disputed territories is for Israel, Jordan and Egypt to divide the territories by treaty, each absorbing some part of the Arab population there, and for the UN to end its decades old campaign to keep the so called refugees stateless and impoverished.
     

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