All The News Anti-Israel Posters Will Not Read Or Discuss

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Somewhere in Mahmoud’istan a fatwa pen is scratching out an islamo-snuff.




Palestinian journalist and author Nadia Harhash said on Saturday that she has no doubt that her car was recently torched because of her recurring criticism of the Palestinian Authority.

Harhash, a mother of four from east Jerusalem, told The Jerusalem Post that she intends to continue writing about corruption in the PA despite attempts to silence her and other critics.
 

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Miseducation – The Political, Cultural, and Biblical Fight for Truth

By Joshua Washington

This has been a very telling few weeks to say the least. From protests, to riots, to DeSean Jackson, to Louis Farrakhan and the Nation of Islam, black Americans have been speaking loud and clear and our internal divide has not been more evident in decades. Fringe groups who were seen as such are now becoming more mainstream, forcing powerful people to either toe the line or condemn it. Age-old Nazi era conspiracy theories are increasingly seen as new revelations and gospel truth.

Ridiculous discussions about what the “right color Jew” is has become more commonplace. And though Jew-hatred comes from all sides, it breaks my heart to say that many black Americans are making it conventional, acceptable, and even commendable in our communities.

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In short, the June lines were killed by Nasser and buried by the adoption of 242. The effort to resuscitate the June 5 lines must be acknowledged to have been aborted. Israel is acting in accordance with international and UN law in rejecting any such abortive effort.

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In short, the June lines were killed by Nasser and buried by the adoption of 242. The effort to resuscitate the June 5 lines must be acknowledged to have been aborted. Israel is acting in accordance with international and UN law in rejecting any such abortive effort.

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It is true. The '67 lines did not divide Palestine. They were specifically not to be political or territorial boundaries.
 
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As the international law scholar Eugene Kontorovich has noted: “Annexation in international law specifically means taking the territory of a foreign sovereign country.” And neither the Jordan Valley nor the West Bank (Judea and Samaria) belongs to a “foreign sovereign country.” Further, as Dore Gold, Israel’s former Ambassador to the U.N., has highlighted: one can’t “annex territory that has already been designated as yours.” The League of Nations Palestine Mandate, adopted later by the United Nations, calls for “close Jewish settlement on the land” west of the Jordan River in Article 6. The UN Charter, Chapter XII, Article 80, upholds the Mandate’s provisions. The 1920 San Remo Resolution and the 1924 Anglo-American Convention also enshrined Jewish territorial claims into international law.

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As the international law scholar Eugene Kontorovich has noted: “Annexation in international law specifically means taking the territory of a foreign sovereign country.” And neither the Jordan Valley nor the West Bank (Judea and Samaria) belongs to a “foreign sovereign country.” Further, as Dore Gold, Israel’s former Ambassador to the U.N., has highlighted: one can’t “annex territory that has already been designated as yours.” The League of Nations Palestine Mandate, adopted later by the United Nations, calls for “close Jewish settlement on the land” west of the Jordan River in Article 6. The UN Charter, Chapter XII, Article 80, upholds the Mandate’s provisions. The 1920 San Remo Resolution and the 1924 Anglo-American Convention also enshrined Jewish territorial claims into international law.

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Tweedledee & Tweedledum!
 
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The legacy of Israel’s first prime minister, David Ben-Gurion, contradicts conventional wisdom. It rejects the assumption that a White House “green light” is a prerequisite for the application of Israeli law to the Jordan Valley and the mountain ridges of Judea and Samaria.

Ben-Gurion’s May 14, 1948, Declaration of Independence was not preconditioned upon a “green light” from President Truman. Ben-Gurion demonstrated independence of national security action in defiance of the U.S. State Department, the Pentagon, the CIA, The New York Times and The Washington Post. Furthermore, President Truman was irresolute until the day of the declaration, while the U.S. Mission to the United Nations was preoccupied with rounding up votes for a U.N. Trusteeship in Palestine (instead of an independent Jewish state).

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In a statement confirming his resignation, IRW issued a “strong condemnation” of Khalifa’s antisemitic posts and announced a review of its “processes for screening trustees and senior executives’ social-media posts to ensure that this will not happen again.”

“We reject and condemn terrorism and believe that all forms of discrimination, including antisemitism, are unacceptable,” said IRW. “These values are fundamental to our organization, our donors and the people we serve.”

In his statement, while Moratinos acknowledged IRW’s statement, he reiterated that “it is imperative for civil society organizations and faith-based actors to exhibit a zero-tolerance policy towards antisemitism and all forms of discrimination online and offline by putting in place effective measures.”

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OUR CONNECTION to Gaza is so strong and deeply-rooted that even though Jews had been expelled from the area six times in the 1,900 years prior to the establishment of the State of Israel, they nonetheless returned to resettle it each time. In 61 CE, the Romans evicted the Jews from Gaza, as did the Crusaders, Napoleon, the Ottoman Turks, the British Army in 1929, and the Egyptians in 1948.

Hence, when the territory was liberated from foreign control in the 1967 Six Day War, it was only natural that Jews would again seek to make Gaza their home.

Unfortunately, much of this history was unknown to most Israelis prior to the "disengagement" in 2005, thereby making it that much easier to carry out. After all, since much of the public failed to appreciate our connection to Gaza, it is no wonder that many chose not to object.

And that is what makes it so crucial to educate the next generation about our historical bond to all parts of this land, and especially those such as Judea, Samaria and eastern Jerusalem, which much of the world wishes to see taken away from us. In other words, history matters, and that is the first lesson to be learned from the Gaza expulsion.

The second has to do with relying on the "experts" and talking heads whom the media often bring forward to promote whatever particular political agenda they might be pushing.

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RE: All The News Anti-Palestinian Posters Will Not Read Or Discuss
⁜→ "Sixties Fan," et al,

I had to read this several times before I could ferret-out the salient
(mostly latent) opposing view.

BLUF: The term "disengagement" is nether a military term
(DOD Dictionary of Military and Associated Terms) or a diplomatic term (Macmillian Dictionary of Diplomacy). It is a politically vague word building. It is a phrase that disguises what happened by make the parties involved accept the phrase.

◈→ harmless-sounding euphemism of "disengagement,"

(COMMENT)

There is very little to argue about in what
Michael Freund (Jerusalem Post July 30, 2020) describes in the aftermath. But what Freund doesn't say is that the exceptionally bad outcome was not expected and the degree to which the failure manifested itself was not foreseeable.


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