Discussion in 'Israel and Palestine' started by Sixties Fan, Mar 18, 2017.
Saudis, Egyptians arresting Palestinians ~ Elder Of Ziyon - Israel News
The Dreyfus case symbolized the rise of French anti-Semitism. The Jewish officer, Alfred Dreyfus, was wrongly accused and sentenced to life imprisonment on distant Devil's Island on charges of being a traitor spying for Germany.
He was innocent. The real traitor was Major Walson-Esterhazy.
But, when Emile Zola wrote the famous "J'Accuse!" denouncing the anti-Semitism of the French military court that made a Jew the scapegoat, the French officer class rallied round each other, put Esterhazy on trial, acquitting him of all charges having deported their Jew.
Despite lip service offered by senior French officials, Jew hatred still runs rampant in France and the main threat is solidly contained in the Muslim migrant community.
This the French have not addressed with any conviction. Until they do, French Jews will continue to enjoy the protection of Israel.
It should be beholden on the French to have Polanski’s movie screened on their own soil at the Cannes Film Festival.
In a sense, Israel is the Dreyfus of today. The Jewish state is constantly accused of criminal charges that Israel did not commit.
The accusers cover up for the crimes of others, those they support and welcome into their societies. They shower these criminals with money, honors, invitations to join their austere organizations. They do not question their evil intent. Their Esterhazy must be protected lest their finger pointing at the collective Jew be considered as something that dare not speak its name.
And so it is the Middle East Jew, that imposter, that must continue to be condemned while the Palestinian Esterhazy is allowed to literally get away with murder and treachery against the whole notion of justice and peace.
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Israel. The Dreyfus of our time.
In 2013, the UN even held a world conference on tourism in Zimbabwe. In 1994, Mugabe was awarded the title of knight by the royal house of the United Kingdom. Moreover, in a cartoon in the 1988 Times, entitled “Mugabe's model harmony”, the ruler is holding the portrait of Marx and in the other that of Queen Elizabeth, with whom she loved to have tea.
“Where can the Leninist-Marxist rhetoric be found with such a healthy private sector? Perhaps Zimbabweans could teach the British something about pragmatism”, explained British diplomat Anthony Parsons.
And let us add the degrees from the University of Edinburgh, withdrawn when the Zimbabwean tragedy became too big to be ignored. And three Bachelors of Science and Law from the University of London.
At that time, a boycott by conservative philosopher Roger Scruton was announced at Glasgow airport. “While Mugabe was honored.” Scruton wrote. And when the royal house finally withdrew his title, Dominic Lawson wrote in the Independent: “It is not to humiliate Mugabe that his knighthood should be revoked, but to end our humiliation.” And that of many Western idiots.
We can now find their like everywhere in the form of Israel's enemies, in Gaza, in Ramallah, in Beirut, in Teheran.
Anti-Semithic anti-Zionism is their aphrodisiac.
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From Mugabe to Gaza, the Western useful idiots are back
Notice also the flip in where the attacks occur: in 2017, over 90% were in the territories, while this year some 75% of the injuries from terror attacks are within the Green Line.
Similarly, the number of those killed this year according to OCHA have been mostly within the Green Line as opposed to recent years:
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UN: Number of Israeli civilians injured in terror attacks is significantly up this year ~ Elder Of Ziyon - Israel News
The double standards of the world are quite obvious when one compares what would be a career-ending gaffe by any Western politician to what mainstream, respected and "moderate" Palestinian politicians say all the time.
The latest example:
As we've seen, Bassam al-Sayeh was involved in the murder of a rabbi and his wife, in front of their children. (And Israel provided him with excellent medical care.)
This murderous subhuman is indeed a hero to Palestinians.
Erekat is supposedly a "moderate." He goes on TV often. He writes op-eds for major newspapers.
Yet no reporter calls him on his direct and explicit support for terror as seen here. No diplomat condemns his statements of support for a murderer.
An Israeli politician who would publicly praise a murderer would be vilified worldwide. He or she would be barred from entering most Western countries.
The baseline for how Palestinians are expected to act are slightly above that of animals. And they live up to their expectations.
Yet the desire of finding a "moderate" lover of terrorists is so great that someone like Saeb Erekat and Hanan Ashrawi can say and support the most disgusting, sickening positions and not worry a bit about any repercussions - the media and world politicians need them to prove the narrative that both sides are equally moral and equally guilty.
This tweet proves that it just ain't true.
A leading politician, who appears often on CNN and writes op-eds for the NYT, mourns a terrorist. (But he's Palestinian so it's all good.) ~ Elder Of Ziyon - Israel News
Since Ken Roth took his position, I am fairly certain that he never said anything remotely like this for Palestinian "refugees." On the contrary, HRW advocates the "right to return" for them claiming that Israel must be forced to accept an arbitrary number of Arabs as citizens if they choose to "return" to where their grandparents lived.
The further irony is that the camps in Lebanon and Syria, Gaza and the West Bank are indeed places that so-called "refugees" get radicalized. In Lebanon, fighting erupts between different parties in the camps fairly regularly, and the sometimes spill into the rest of Lebanon. Roth doesn't care about Palestinians getting radicalized. He doesn't call for the camps to be demolished and the residents integrated into their host countries. And if anyone should be resettled, it is Palestinians whose statelessness has gone on for three generations, a much more acute problem than that of any real refugee group.
Just like Israel is expected to live up to standards that no other nation does, Palestinians have unique human-rights rules as well. They can be denied human rights as long as the reason is to make them cannon fodder against Israel.
Roth is a hypocrite, and this tweet proves it.
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Ken Roth tweets how all refugees should be resettled - but @HRW never said that for Palestinians ~ Elder Of Ziyon - Israel News
The Palestinian economy is collapsing. Its future depends on Israel
Uh oh. Better plan your trip early and you can watch the collapse of the Gaza economy from your luxury Gaza hotel.
THE BEST Gaza City Luxury Hotels of 2019 (with Prices) - TripAdvisor
Freeloads from Iran
Freeloads from Qatar
Freeloads from EU
One of the most prosperous freeloading territories in the world, if not THE most. (And we do know how many actually needed people and places all of that money could have helped if only those "giving" did not hate Jews and want to see Israel destroyed. They can keep dreaming )
Just for fun, I though I’d forward this as an email to Yahya Sinwar, although, Im sure he already knows.
Israel's F-35s Are the Uncontested Kings of the Middle East's Skies
Key point: Israel's adversaries have taken notice, and Middle Eastern states are not reacting kindly to Israeli airstrikes on their territories.
Now comes reports that Israeli F-35s have attacked Iranian targets in Iraq, according to Arab media.
Western diplomatic sources allegedly the London-based Asharq Al-Awsat newspaper that on July 19, “Tel Aviv carried out an airstrike earlier this month against an Iranian rockets depot northeast of Baghdad.”
Magic infidel powers are unstoppable.
Hamas: Saudi Arabia arresting our men under U.S. pressure
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