The Right To Destroy Jewish History

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    RE: Israel and Palestine
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    Sometimes, not always, the assimilation of cultures → the immigation of one in to the other → becomes difficult. The Irish and the Italians, as well as any of the Asians (most Chinese, but also Korean, Vietnamese, Philipino, etc etc etc), had trouble in America. The American Indians also continue to have difficulty in assimilation; along with other Americans of color. Many culture in the Americas

    Examples of the difficulties in the assimulation of through-out the Americ's is a matter of history.

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    this is another one of those problems in Israel, of a domestic nature.

    No one claimed Israel is prefect. Like all of the adjacent Arab League neighbors, no country is perfect. It is what it is. I notice that Jordan and Lebanon has some difficulty with the assimilation of the Arab Palestinians. Just try being an equal citizen with the Saudi's or Kuwaiti's. That won't happen.

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    RE: The Right To Destroy Jewish History
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    I really have no idea WHAT the Imam of the Blessed Al-Masjid Al-Aqsa [Sheikh (Dr) Ekrima Sa'id Sabri, and a Yasser Arafat remnant] could possibly base such a ruling. On what basis does the Imam even have Jurisdiction to make such official claims? On what logic or evidence does the Imam have that would suggest that this wall was not erected by the Hebrews and restored by the Hebrews [The Governor of Judah, Zerubbabel (supposedly a descendant of King David) initiated the reconstruction project] → in the time of Herod the Great; and the Second Temple?

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    I think that there can always be brought further clarification and more detail in historical records. But the Imam (I think) is writing a new version of the historical events - Revisionist History. This obvious new claim by the Arab Palestinians is so outrageous, as to casts into question the reliability of any claim made by the Arab Palestinians. It brings into question any ruling made by the Office of the Supreme Islamic Council - Jerusalem. It is evidence that the anti-Israeli politics of the Arab Palestinian - has corrupted the impartial view and honesty of the Islamic Legal Systems.

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    They are Muslims. They are masters of the Jews.

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    Amnesty International has long sought to isolate Israel by lobbying governments, international bodies, and civil society to adopt boycotts against the Jewish state.

    The organization reached new levels of discrimination in its recent report, “Digital Tourism and Israel’s Illegal Settlements in the Occupied Palestinian Territories.” In it, the international NGO superpower attempts to criminalize Jewish and Christian tourism to holy sites in Jerusalem and the West Bank, erasing the Bible, and denying the Jewish people’s connection to its historic homeland.

    For Amnesty, biblical sites in particular, alongside other locations of importance and interest in Jerusalem and the West Bank, are inconvenient, legitimizing Israel’s historical narrative as the nation-state of the Jewish people. Regardless of the political future of these areas, there can be no denying their historic Jewish significance. Amnesty, however, is attempting to sever, erase, and even ban these ties.

    In diminishing these religious and cultural connections, Amnesty accuses Israel of creating a “settlement tourism industry” to help “sustain and expand” communities beyond the Green Line. Israel’s interest in Jewish archaeology is reduced to artificial manipulation, used “to make the link between the modern State of Israel and its Jewish history explicit,” while “rewriting of history [which] has the effect of minimizing the Palestinian people’s own historic links to the region.”

    The possibility that Jews and Christians would visit holy sites, and want to see archaeological remnants of biblical locations for their religious and historical significance, is not entertained.

    The timing of this publication is not coincidental. As emphasized in the report’s recommendations, it is clearly calibrated to advance a proposed UN Human Rights Council “blacklist” of companies operating in Israel and the West Bank.

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    The Oslo II Accord, as well as subsequent agreements, grant the Palestinian Authority limited control over certain landmarks and nature reserves in Judea and Samaria at the discretion of Israeli authorities and only if the PA commits to coordinating the administration of the areas with Israeli forces.

    The 1995 agreement, which has been only partially implemented, says that "the two sides shall each take appropriate measures in order to protect Nature Reserves, Protected Natural Assets and species of animals, plants and flowers of special breeds, as well as to implement rules of behavior in Nature Reserves."

    But recent steps taken by the Palestinians suggest that PA officials have been flouting those provisions.

    As part of this rogue behavior, the PA has recently placed a sign at Arugot Stream, which runs from west to east in Judea, calling it Al-Kanub Reserve. The sign states that the EU and the U.N. help support the administration of the site.

    The PA has also set up a new website called Mahmiyat (which means nature reserves in Arabic), which provides tourist information on the various landmarks in Judea, Samaria and the Gaza Strip. The descriptions obscure the Jewish links to those landmarks dating to biblical times.

    For example, the site does not mention that the ancient city of Sebastia in Samaria served as the capital of the Kingdom of Israel for two centuries.

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