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

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USA: Pro-Palestine demo faces off with counter protesters outside AIPAC conference

 

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Do you make jokes about Israelis who die from their own stupidity?
If you've got a story about a stupid Israeli who stood in front of a bulldozer,
I'm just as willing to laugh as I am about a stupid American.
A lot of Israelis bit the dust by living in Israel's war zone.

That is not too bright.
Is it?
Not sure what it says about you in the US then.
Thank G-d, we certainly live longer than you and have more kids.

As for our "war zone", definately a cause of much less suffering than your daily homicide rate.
 

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Only a fucking Zionist would make jokes about death.
The indignant Islamist who flails his Pom Poms when children are used as human shields at the Islamic terrorist border riots.
Ooooo, you played a terrorist card.

Good girl.
Another of your usual, silly slogans.

More shit from the shit state.

It doesn't matter. They were unarmed protestors.

How many Israeli goons got killed by a protestor?

There are many photos and videos of the protests and never a gun in sight.

They were not Hamas protests. Hamas tried to horn into someone else's gig to make themselves seem relevant.




Says "Hamas horned into someone else's gig",
when they're the headliners...so who's problem is this?

They come for Jewish blood,
but Jews send them to their virgins.

Then you get to cheer and dance with their bodies on the streets, and the circle goes around.
 
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After implying that Congresswoman Rashida Tlaib is antisemitic on Twitter, CNN’s Jake Tapper is now being slammed for his bad faith comments. Following news about President-elect Joe Biden appointing Anthony Blinken as Secretary of State, Tlaib tweeted her concerns about the politician’s stance on Israel — and the potential that her criticisms of Netanyahu would be squashed.

When it was announced that Blinken was Biden’s pick for the cabinet position, Faiz Shakir, Bernie Sanders’ former campaign manager, tweeted that he’s a “solid choice.” In response, Tlaib quote-tweeted her remark, saying, “So long as he doesn't suppress my First Amendment right to speak out against Netanyahu's racist and inhumane policies. The Palestinian people deserve equality and justice.”
After implying that Congresswoman Rashida Tlaib is antisemitic on Twitter, CNN’s Jake Tapper is now being slammed for his bad faith comments.

Bastard!!! Implying an obvious truth.
'From the river to the sea': Palestinian advocates say call for freedom is not antisemitic

Amid renewed outrage over historic slogan, pro-Palestinian activists stress difference between anti-Zionism and antisemitism


'The phrase is provocative because it's maximalist… it's not about occupation, it's about the Nakba'
-Rabbi Alissa Wise, Jewish Voice for Peace
 

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RE: All The News Anti-Palestinian Posters Will Not Read Or Discuss
SUBTOPIC: call for freedom is not antisemitic
⁜→ P F Tinmore, Toddsterpatriot, et al,

BLUF: The discussion is being (once again) remodeled away from the impact of the demand. Since 1948, when the National Council for the Jewish State accepted the recommendation and the help from the UN to establish the Jewish State through Self-Determination, the Hostile Arab Palestinians have tried to reframe the "act" away from the UN endorsement of a Jewish State Concept - to a one-state solution of an Arab State that would dominate and jeopardize the existence of the Jewish National Home. The effort is spearheaded by the attempt to delegitimize the Jewish State and the Right of Self-Determination exercise by the National Council for the Jewish State.

'From the river to the sea': Palestinian advocates say call for freedom is not antisemitic

Amid renewed outrage over historic slogan, pro-Palestinian activists stress difference between anti-Zionism and antisemitism
'The phrase is provocative because it's maximalist… it's not about occupation, it's about the Nakba'
-Rabbi Alissa Wise, Jewish Voice for Peace
(†††)

Don't allow the discussion to be contaminated.

The real questions posed here are:

◈ What is the relationship between "Palestinian" FREEDOM and "anti-semitism?"
✦ Palestinian Freedom from the "River to the Sea" is - in essence - the elimination (hostility to or prejudice) of the Jewish State.
◈ Is there a relationship between the Palestinian objective: "From the RIVER to the SEA?"

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(COMMENT)
You have to be honest and ask yourself about the true status of the (example) West Bank? (RHETORICAL) The West Bank is abandon territory, formerly Jordanian sovereign territory. It was never occupied Palestinian (sovereign) territory; with the exception of Area "A."
SIGIL PAIR.png

Most Respectfully,

R
 

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After implying that Congresswoman Rashida Tlaib is antisemitic on Twitter, CNN’s Jake Tapper is now being slammed for his bad faith comments. Following news about President-elect Joe Biden appointing Anthony Blinken as Secretary of State, Tlaib tweeted her concerns about the politician’s stance on Israel — and the potential that her criticisms of Netanyahu would be squashed.

When it was announced that Blinken was Biden’s pick for the cabinet position, Faiz Shakir, Bernie Sanders’ former campaign manager, tweeted that he’s a “solid choice.” In response, Tlaib quote-tweeted her remark, saying, “So long as he doesn't suppress my First Amendment right to speak out against Netanyahu's racist and inhumane policies. The Palestinian people deserve equality and justice.”
After implying that Congresswoman Rashida Tlaib is antisemitic on Twitter, CNN’s Jake Tapper is now being slammed for his bad faith comments.

Bastard!!! Implying an obvious truth.
'From the river to the sea': Palestinian advocates say call for freedom is not antisemitic

Amid renewed outrage over historic slogan, pro-Palestinian activists stress difference between anti-Zionism and antisemitism


'The phrase is provocative because it's maximalist… it's not about occupation, it's about the Nakba'
-Rabbi Alissa Wise, Jewish Voice for Peace
It's about whiney losers, whining.
 

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RE: All The News Anti-Palestinian Posters Will Not Read Or Discuss
SUBTOPIC: call for freedom is not antisemitic
⁜→ P F Tinmore, Toddsterpatriot, et al,

BLUF: The discussion is being (once again) remodeled away from the impact of the demand. Since 1948, when the National Council for the Jewish State accepted the recommendation and the help from the UN to establish the Jewish State through Self-Determination, the Hostile Arab Palestinians have tried to reframe the "act" away from the UN endorsement of a Jewish State Concept - to a one-state solution of an Arab State that would dominate and jeopardize the existence of the Jewish National Home. The effort is spearheaded by the attempt to delegitimize the Jewish State and the Right of Self-Determination exercise by the National Council for the Jewish State.

'From the river to the sea': Palestinian advocates say call for freedom is not antisemitic

Amid renewed outrage over historic slogan, pro-Palestinian activists stress difference between anti-Zionism and antisemitism
'The phrase is provocative because it's maximalist… it's not about occupation, it's about the Nakba'
-Rabbi Alissa Wise, Jewish Voice for Peace
(†††)

Don't allow the discussion to be contaminated.

The real questions posed here are:

◈ What is the relationship between "Palestinian" FREEDOM and "anti-semitism?"
✦ Palestinian Freedom from the "River to the Sea" is - in essence - the elimination (hostility to or prejudice) of the Jewish State.
◈ Is there a relationship between the Palestinian objective: "From the RIVER to the SEA?"




(COMMENT)
You have to be honest and ask yourself about the true status of the (example) West Bank? (RHETORICAL) The West Bank is abandon territory, formerly Jordanian sovereign territory. It was never occupied Palestinian (sovereign) territory; with the exception of Area "A."
SIGIL PAIR.png

Most Respectfully,

R
What other people would agree to give half of their territory to colonial settlers?

Give me some names.
 

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RE: All The News Anti-Palestinian Posters Will Not Read Or Discuss
SUBTOPIC: call for freedom is not antisemitic
⁜→ P F Tinmore, Toddsterpatriot, et al,

BLUF: The discussion is being (once again) remodeled away from the impact of the demand. Since 1948, when the National Council for the Jewish State accepted the recommendation and the help from the UN to establish the Jewish State through Self-Determination, the Hostile Arab Palestinians have tried to reframe the "act" away from the UN endorsement of a Jewish State Concept - to a one-state solution of an Arab State that would dominate and jeopardize the existence of the Jewish National Home. The effort is spearheaded by the attempt to delegitimize the Jewish State and the Right of Self-Determination exercise by the National Council for the Jewish State.

'From the river to the sea': Palestinian advocates say call for freedom is not antisemitic

Amid renewed outrage over historic slogan, pro-Palestinian activists stress difference between anti-Zionism and antisemitism
'The phrase is provocative because it's maximalist… it's not about occupation, it's about the Nakba'
-Rabbi Alissa Wise, Jewish Voice for Peace
(†††)

Don't allow the discussion to be contaminated.

The real questions posed here are:

◈ What is the relationship between "Palestinian" FREEDOM and "anti-semitism?"
✦ Palestinian Freedom from the "River to the Sea" is - in essence - the elimination (hostility to or prejudice) of the Jewish State.
◈ Is there a relationship between the Palestinian objective: "From the RIVER to the SEA?"




(COMMENT)
You have to be honest and ask yourself about the true status of the (example) West Bank? (RHETORICAL) The West Bank is abandon territory, formerly Jordanian sovereign territory. It was never occupied Palestinian (sovereign) territory; with the exception of Area "A."
SIGIL PAIR.png

Most Respectfully,

R
What other people would agree to give half of their territory to colonial settlers?

Give me some names.
The Palis never gave away any of their territory. Implying the Palis had sovereign territory is a false notion you repeat knowing it’s not true.

What does that say about you?
 

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After implying that Congresswoman Rashida Tlaib is antisemitic on Twitter, CNN’s Jake Tapper is now being slammed for his bad faith comments. Following news about President-elect Joe Biden appointing Anthony Blinken as Secretary of State, Tlaib tweeted her concerns about the politician’s stance on Israel — and the potential that her criticisms of Netanyahu would be squashed.

When it was announced that Blinken was Biden’s pick for the cabinet position, Faiz Shakir, Bernie Sanders’ former campaign manager, tweeted that he’s a “solid choice.” In response, Tlaib quote-tweeted her remark, saying, “So long as he doesn't suppress my First Amendment right to speak out against Netanyahu's racist and inhumane policies. The Palestinian people deserve equality and justice.”
After implying that Congresswoman Rashida Tlaib is antisemitic on Twitter, CNN’s Jake Tapper is now being slammed for his bad faith comments.

Bastard!!! Implying an obvious truth.
'From the river to the sea': Palestinian advocates say call for freedom is not antisemitic

Amid renewed outrage over historic slogan, pro-Palestinian activists stress difference between anti-Zionism and antisemitism


'The phrase is provocative because it's maximalist… it's not about occupation, it's about the Nakba'
-Rabbi Alissa Wise, Jewish Voice for Peace
Palestinian activists should be careful about such 'provocations'.

They may wake up one day, realizing Israelis beleived them and said ok...
Sending regards from the Jewish quarters of Ramallah and Gaza.

 
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RE: All The News Anti-Palestinian Posters Will Not Read Or Discuss
SUBTOPIC: call for freedom is not antisemitic
⁜→ P F Tinmore, Toddsterpatriot, et al,

BLUF: The question presupposes that the Arab Palestinians had the Title and Rights to the territory; which they did not. They were not a party to any treaty that bestowed the Title and Rights.

What other people would agree to give half of their territory to colonial settlers?

Give me some names.
(COMMENT)

No party to the Treaty of Lausanne (1923) incurred any obligation to the Arab Palestinian culture.

And, it was Arab League members that first occupied the territories that the Arab Palestinian culture brought forward for a dispute. But the fact of the matter is the Turkish Republic renounced the Title and Rights to the Allied Powers that were party to the treaty. The Turkish Republic did NOT bequeath anything of the sort to the Arab Palestinians.

There are probably more than four dozen nations that became independent from the various Colonies, Protectorates, and Mandates during the 20th Century. That would include a good portion of the Arabs countries in the North African and Middle Eastern countries.

◈ The UN General Assembly GA/RES/289 (IV) Question on the disposal of former Italian Colonies, moved that Lybia become independent, and on 24 December 1951, Libya declared its independence.
◈ Egypt became independent twice, the first time in 1922 - relieved from the status of a UK protectorate.
◈ Algeria became independent from France in 1952.
◈ The Sudan (North and South) is still evolving.
◈ Eritrea became independent from Ethiopia in 1993.
◈ Somalia condensed into one nation from uniting the various Somalilands in 1960.
◈ Yemen is what they call a transitional government, with various warlords jockeying for position.

All around the world, there are changes being made. Hell, China pulled a fast-one when they built an Island and occupied it in the South China Sea. Almost every case is unique in some fashion or framework. And Israel and the adjacent territories are no different. There is no "one shoe fits all." As the territories and alliances evolve, maybe new rulings will emerge. (Who knows?)

We are now only one month away from the fifth anniversary of the Government of Palestine (GoP)
(whatever that turns out to be) filing of alleged crimes committed "in the occupied Palestinian territory, including East Jerusalem, since June 13, 2014." Again, IF it was as simple as your interpretations usually are, THEN it would be a case before the court. But as it stands, from all appearances, the filing is still in the preliminary phase of the judicial process and has not yet moved to a formal investigation or a case before the court.

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Most Respectfully,
R
 

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RE: All The News Anti-Palestinian Posters Will Not Read Or Discuss
SUBTOPIC: call for freedom is not antisemitic
⁜→ P F Tinmore, Toddsterpatriot, et al,

BLUF: The question presupposes that the Arab Palestinians had the Title and Rights to the territory; which they did not. They were not a party to any treaty that bestowed the Title and Rights.

What other people would agree to give half of their territory to colonial settlers?

Give me some names.
(COMMENT)

No party to the Treaty of Lausanne (1923) incurred any obligation to the Arab Palestinian culture.

And, it was Arab League members that first occupied the territories that the Arab Palestinian culture brought forward for a dispute. But the fact of the matter is the Turkish Republic renounced the Title and Rights to the Allied Powers that were party to the treaty. The Turkish Republic did NOT bequeath anything of the sort to the Arab Palestinians.

There are probably more than four dozen nations that became independent from the various Colonies, Protectorates, and Mandates during the 20th Century. That would include a good portion of the Arabs countries in the North African and Middle Eastern countries.


◈ The UN General Assembly GA/RES/289 (IV) Question on the disposal of former Italian Colonies, moved that Lybia become independent, and on 24 December 1951, Libya declared its independence.
◈ Egypt became independent twice, the first time in 1922 - relieved from the status of a UK protectorate.
◈ Algeria became independent from France in 1952.
◈ The Sudan (North and South) is still evolving.
◈ Eritrea became independent from Ethiopia in 1993.
◈ Somalia condensed into one nation from uniting the various Somalilands in 1960.
◈ Yemen is what they call a transitional government, with various warlords jockeying for position.

All around the world, there are changes being made. Hell, China pulled a fast-one when they built an Island and occupied it in the South China Sea. Almost every case is unique in some fashion or framework. And Israel and the adjacent territories are no different. There is no "one shoe fits all." As the territories and alliances evolve, maybe new rulings will emerge. (Who knows?)

We are now only one month away from the fifth anniversary of the Government of Palestine (GoP)
(whatever that turns out to be) filing of alleged crimes committed "in the occupied Palestinian territory, including East Jerusalem, since June 13, 2014." Again, IF it was as simple as your interpretations usually are, THEN it would be a case before the court. But as it stands, from all appearances, the filing is still in the preliminary phase of the judicial process and has not yet moved to a formal investigation or a case before the court.

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Most Respectfully,
R
:dance: :dance: :dance: :dance: :dance:
Why all the dancing?

That is a pretty short list.
 

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RE: All The News Anti-Palestinian Posters Will Not Read Or Discuss
SUBTOPIC: call for freedom is not antisemitic
⁜→ P F Tinmore, Toddsterpatriot, et al,

BLUF: The discussion is being (once again) remodeled away from the impact of the demand. Since 1948, when the National Council for the Jewish State accepted the recommendation and the help from the UN to establish the Jewish State through Self-Determination, the Hostile Arab Palestinians have tried to reframe the "act" away from the UN endorsement of a Jewish State Concept - to a one-state solution of an Arab State that would dominate and jeopardize the existence of the Jewish National Home. The effort is spearheaded by the attempt to delegitimize the Jewish State and the Right of Self-Determination exercise by the National Council for the Jewish State.

'From the river to the sea': Palestinian advocates say call for freedom is not antisemitic

Amid renewed outrage over historic slogan, pro-Palestinian activists stress difference between anti-Zionism and antisemitism
'The phrase is provocative because it's maximalist… it's not about occupation, it's about the Nakba'
-Rabbi Alissa Wise, Jewish Voice for Peace
(†††)

Don't allow the discussion to be contaminated.

The real questions posed here are:

◈ What is the relationship between "Palestinian" FREEDOM and "anti-semitism?"
✦ Palestinian Freedom from the "River to the Sea" is - in essence - the elimination (hostility to or prejudice) of the Jewish State.
◈ Is there a relationship between the Palestinian objective: "From the RIVER to the SEA?"




(COMMENT)
You have to be honest and ask yourself about the true status of the (example) West Bank? (RHETORICAL) The West Bank is abandon territory, formerly Jordanian sovereign territory. It was never occupied Palestinian (sovereign) territory; with the exception of Area "A."
SIGIL PAIR.png

Most Respectfully,

R
What other people would agree to give half of their territory to colonial settlers?

Give me some names.
The Palis never gave away any of their territory. Implying the Palis had sovereign territory is a false notion you repeat knowing it’s not true.

What does that say about you?
Unsubstanriated Israeli talking point.
 

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RE: All The News Anti-Palestinian Posters Will Not Read Or Discuss
SUBTOPIC: call for freedom is not antisemitic
⁜→ P F Tinmore, Toddsterpatriot, et al,

BLUF: The discussion is being (once again) remodeled away from the impact of the demand. Since 1948, when the National Council for the Jewish State accepted the recommendation and the help from the UN to establish the Jewish State through Self-Determination, the Hostile Arab Palestinians have tried to reframe the "act" away from the UN endorsement of a Jewish State Concept - to a one-state solution of an Arab State that would dominate and jeopardize the existence of the Jewish National Home. The effort is spearheaded by the attempt to delegitimize the Jewish State and the Right of Self-Determination exercise by the National Council for the Jewish State.

'From the river to the sea': Palestinian advocates say call for freedom is not antisemitic

Amid renewed outrage over historic slogan, pro-Palestinian activists stress difference between anti-Zionism and antisemitism
'The phrase is provocative because it's maximalist… it's not about occupation, it's about the Nakba'
-Rabbi Alissa Wise, Jewish Voice for Peace
(†††)

Don't allow the discussion to be contaminated.

The real questions posed here are:

◈ What is the relationship between "Palestinian" FREEDOM and "anti-semitism?"
✦ Palestinian Freedom from the "River to the Sea" is - in essence - the elimination (hostility to or prejudice) of the Jewish State.
◈ Is there a relationship between the Palestinian objective: "From the RIVER to the SEA?"




(COMMENT)
You have to be honest and ask yourself about the true status of the (example) West Bank? (RHETORICAL) The West Bank is abandon territory, formerly Jordanian sovereign territory. It was never occupied Palestinian (sovereign) territory; with the exception of Area "A."
SIGIL PAIR.png

Most Respectfully,

R
What other people would agree to give half of their territory to colonial settlers?

Give me some names.
The Palis never gave away any of their territory. Implying the Palis had sovereign territory is a false notion you repeat knowing it’s not true.

What does that say about you?
Unsubstanriated Israeli talking point.
You typically retreat to tired, worn out slogans when your claims are refuted.
 

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A joint Israeli government and civil society campaign to cut off foreign government funding for Palestinian human rights groups is employing smear tactics and misinformation, according to the groups targeted.
 

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A joint Israeli government and civil society campaign to cut off foreign government funding for Palestinian human rights groups is employing smear tactics and misinformation, according to the groups targeted.
"Claim comes as Norway demands return of funds for women’s centre named after Palestinian woman who led an attack that killed 38 civilians.''

Oh, my. Those Norwegians are so.... you know.... Islamophobic, maybe even racist for smearing the poor, oppressed Pally's. I can't imagine why the Norwegians would be offended by their welfare donations being used by Islamic terrorists to glorify death, destruction and killing.
 

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The US Supreme Court on Thursday ruled that Muslim Americans who were placed on the FBI's no-fly list after refusing to spy on their communities are allowed to sue individual FBI agents who allegedly violated their religious freedoms.


In a unanimous decision, the court ruled in favour of lead plaintiff Muhammad Tanvir, a legal permanent New York resident from Pakistan, who refused to spy on his Muslim community and suffered from a travel blacklist as a result.
 

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