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CDZ Are You On the Side of Palestinian Terrorists or Civilians?

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The attacks on Israel and the reprisals against the terrorists are incorrectly characterized by many as hatred between Muslims and Jews. This is a misconception promoted by the hate pimps who are eager to see escalation of military action from both sides attributed to religious hatred.

It is not like a boxing match with Muslims in one corner and Jews in the other. It is TERRORISTS against CITIZENS. Just as our September 11, 2001 attacks killed nearly 3000 people and injured 27,000 more people, with all religions represented in both categories, the terrorists rocket attacks in Israel are killing Jews, Muslims, Christians...indiscriminately. They are attacking citizens.

If the good people of the world do not combat terrorists, they will continue their indiscriminate killing of citizens all over the world. The terrorism will not cease until the terrorists are all DEAD.



 

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The attacks on Israel and the reprisals against the terrorists are incorrectly characterized by many as hatred between Muslims and Jews. This is a misconception promoted by the hate pimps who are eager to see escalation of military action from both sides attributed to religious hatred.

It is not like a boxing match with Muslims in one corner and Jews in the other. It is TERRORISTS against CITIZENS. Just as our September 11, 2001 attacks killed nearly 3000 people and injured 27,000 more people, with all religions represented in both categories, the terrorists rocket attacks in Israel are killing Jews, Muslims, Christians...indiscriminately. They are attacking citizens.

If the good people of the world do not combat terrorists, they will continue their indiscriminate killing of citizens all over the world. The terrorism will not cease until the terrorists are all DEAD.



Palestine has Civilians? I thought those were just tools to strap bombs on so they could be sent into bazaars and blow themselves up?
 

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the Palestinians are to blame, they openly support Hamas a terrorist group that places missile mortar and rocket launchers in civilian areas, that builds tunnels to use to hide in while denying civilians that right.

HAMAS is Israel's tarbaby.

How Israel Helped to Spawn Hamas – Attack the System
May 13, 2021 · By Andrew Higgins, Washington Post Surveying the wreckage of a neighbor's bungalow hit by a Palestinian rocket, retired Israeli official Avner Cohen traces the missile's trajectory back to an "enormous, stupid mistake" made 30 years ago. "Hamas, to my great regret, is Israel's creation," says Mr. Cohen, a Tunisian-born Jew who worked in Gaza for…
 

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The attacks on Israel and the reprisals against the terrorists are incorrectly characterized by many as hatred between Muslims and Jews. This is a misconception promoted by the hate pimps who are eager to see escalation of military action from both sides attributed to religious hatred.

It is not like a boxing match with Muslims in one corner and Jews in the other. It is TERRORISTS against CITIZENS. Just as our September 11, 2001 attacks killed nearly 3000 people and injured 27,000 more people, with all religions represented in both categories, the terrorists rocket attacks in Israel are killing Jews, Muslims, Christians...indiscriminately. They are attacking citizens.

If the good people of the world do not combat terrorists, they will continue their indiscriminate killing of citizens all over the world. The terrorism will not cease until the terrorists are all DEAD.



Is that you in the video? If so, well done!
 

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The attacks on Israel and the reprisals against the terrorists are incorrectly characterized by many as hatred between Muslims and Jews. This is a misconception promoted by the hate pimps who are eager to see escalation of military action from both sides attributed to religious hatred.

It is not like a boxing match with Muslims in one corner and Jews in the other. It is TERRORISTS against CITIZENS. Just as our September 11, 2001 attacks killed nearly 3000 people and injured 27,000 more people, with all religions represented in both categories, the terrorists rocket attacks in Israel are killing Jews, Muslims, Christians...indiscriminately. They are attacking citizens.

If the good people of the world do not combat terrorists, they will continue their indiscriminate killing of citizens all over the world. The terrorism will not cease until the terrorists are all DEAD.



This is not suitable material for the CDZ. It should be in the flame zone.
 

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The attacks on Israel and the reprisals against the terrorists are incorrectly characterized by many as hatred between Muslims and Jews. This is a misconception promoted by the hate pimps who are eager to see escalation of military action from both sides attributed to religious hatred.

It is not like a boxing match with Muslims in one corner and Jews in the other. It is TERRORISTS against CITIZENS. Just as our September 11, 2001 attacks killed nearly 3000 people and injured 27,000 more people, with all religions represented in both categories, the terrorists rocket attacks in Israel are killing Jews, Muslims, Christians...indiscriminately. They are attacking citizens.

If the good people of the world do not combat terrorists, they will continue their indiscriminate killing of citizens all over the world. The terrorism will not cease until the terrorists are all DEAD.

Again, one man's terrorist is another man's freedom fighter.

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Boy, that didn't age well.

Israel only exists because the west felt bad about the Holocaust and decided to give away Palestinian land to the survivors. It was a terrible idea then, and it's a terrible idea now.
 

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The attacks on Israel and the reprisals against the terrorists are incorrectly characterized by many as hatred between Muslims and Jews. This is a misconception promoted by the hate pimps who are eager to see escalation of military action from both sides attributed to religious hatred.

It is not like a boxing match with Muslims in one corner and Jews in the other. It is TERRORISTS against CITIZENS. Just as our September 11, 2001 attacks killed nearly 3000 people and injured 27,000 more people, with all religions represented in both categories, the terrorists rocket attacks in Israel are killing Jews, Muslims, Christians...indiscriminately. They are attacking citizens.

If the good people of the world do not combat terrorists, they will continue their indiscriminate killing of citizens all over the world. The terrorism will not cease until the terrorists are all DEAD.

Again, one man's terrorist is another man's freedom fighter.

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Boy, that didn't age well.

Israel only exists because the west felt bad about the Holocaust and decided to give away Palestinian land to the survivors. It was a terrible idea then, and it's a terrible idea now.

The Afghani war orphans (Taliban) filled the void in a lawless, crime ridden Afghanistan after the US pulled out.

The word among US politicians was that the Taliban would evolve and become a benign monarchy of sorts. It was a self serving lie.
 

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The hardcore leftists will say “Palestine”. Liberals will usually punt on the question, draw some type of moral equivalence to both sides, bash Israel, and then proceed with platitudes.

Smart people will unequivocally say they support Israel
 

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The hardcore leftists will say “Palestine”. Liberals will usually punt on the question, draw some type of moral equivalence to both sides, bash Israel, and then proceed with platitudes.

Smart people will unequivocally say they support Israel

What equivalency? The European refugees sought sanctuary in Palestine and immediately set out to exterminate the inhabitants.

They formed their terror gangs in the early 1920s, killed over 500 British peacekeepers, looted and leveled 300 Arab villages, firebombed the oil refinery at Haifa and murdered Count Bernadotte in the street like a dog after he saved 30,000 European Jews from the Holocaust.
 

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The hardcore leftists will say “Palestine”. Liberals will usually punt on the question, draw some type of moral equivalence to both sides, bash Israel, and then proceed with platitudes.

Smart people will unequivocally say they support Israel

What equivalency? The European refugees sought sanctuary in Palestine and immediately set out to exterminate the inhabitants.

They formed their terror gangs in the early 1920s, killed over 500 British peacekeepers, looted and leveled 300 Arab villages, firebombed the oil refinery at Haifa and murdered Count Bernadotte in the street like a dog after he saved 30,000 European Jews from the Holocaust.
Yeah the Palestinians have never had a country, but they do now in Jordan. They should go live with their people. Israel has been around 70 years now and the Israelis can defend their land. That’s really the only thing that matters: I know you wish Israel gone, but you are trapped in a constant cycle of disappointment. Israel will continue to live and you will continue to suffer because of it, unless you accept it. Either way makes no difference to the reality of what will continue to go on.
 

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The attacks on Israel and the reprisals against the terrorists are incorrectly characterized by many as hatred between Muslims and Jews. This is a misconception promoted by the hate pimps who are eager to see escalation of military action from both sides attributed to religious hatred.

It is not like a boxing match with Muslims in one corner and Jews in the other. It is TERRORISTS against CITIZENS. Just as our September 11, 2001 attacks killed nearly 3000 people and injured 27,000 more people, with all religions represented in both categories, the terrorists rocket attacks in Israel are killing Jews, Muslims, Christians...indiscriminately. They are attacking citizens.

If the good people of the world do not combat terrorists, they will continue their indiscriminate killing of citizens all over the world. The terrorism will not cease until the terrorists are all DEAD.

Again, one man's terrorist is another man's freedom fighter.

View attachment 489753
Boy, that didn't age well.

Israel only exists because the west felt bad about the Holocaust and decided to give away Palestinian land to the survivors. It was a terrible idea then, and it's a terrible idea now.
Reagan never met with the Taliban. That meme is a lie
 

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The attacks on Israel and the reprisals against the terrorists are incorrectly characterized by many as hatred between Muslims and Jews. This is a misconception promoted by the hate pimps who are eager to see escalation of military action from both sides attributed to religious hatred.

It is not like a boxing match with Muslims in one corner and Jews in the other. It is TERRORISTS against CITIZENS. Just as our September 11, 2001 attacks killed nearly 3000 people and injured 27,000 more people, with all religions represented in both categories, the terrorists rocket attacks in Israel are killing Jews, Muslims, Christians...indiscriminately. They are attacking citizens.

If the good people of the world do not combat terrorists, they will continue their indiscriminate killing of citizens all over the world. The terrorism will not cease until the terrorists are all DEAD.

Again, one man's terrorist is another man's freedom fighter.

View attachment 489753
Boy, that didn't age well.

Israel only exists because the west felt bad about the Holocaust and decided to give away Palestinian land to the survivors. It was a terrible idea then, and it's a terrible idea now.
Not much difference between Camel Jockey Terrorists and the Democraps, they both are trying to destroy the United States and Israel.

 

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To understand the situation properly, one needs to understand the role of Haj Amin al Husseini. He was the Mufti of Jerusalem during Hitler's rise and was a Nazi collaborator who worked in the Balkans rounding up Jews in order to exterminate them after he was kicked out of the Palestinian Mandate. He is also the uncle of one Yasser Arafat, who absorbed the admixture of Islam with the Nazi ideology, and created a brand new people out of whole cloth called "Palestinian".

There is a REASON why Hamas promises to "kill Jews until they hide behind rocks and trees", as they are a direct ideological offshoot of this admixture of National Socialism with Islam.
 

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The hardcore leftists will say “Palestine”. Liberals will usually punt on the question, draw some type of moral equivalence to both sides, bash Israel, and then proceed with platitudes.

Smart people will unequivocally say they support Israel

What equivalency? The European refugees sought sanctuary in Palestine and immediately set out to exterminate the inhabitants.

Have you ever considered telling the truth, instead? They did not set out to exterminate anybody.

They had good relations with many of the clans , and the economic development in the area drew many Arabs from surrounding areas.
 
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The hardcore leftists will say “Palestine”. Liberals will usually punt on the question, draw some type of moral equivalence to both sides, bash Israel, and then proceed with platitudes.

Smart people will unequivocally say they support Israel

What equivalency? The European refugees sought sanctuary in Palestine and immediately set out to exterminate the inhabitants.

They formed their terror gangs in the early 1920s, killed over 500 British peacekeepers, looted and leveled 300 Arab villages, firebombed the oil refinery at Haifa and murdered Count Bernadotte in the street like a dog after he saved 30,000 European Jews from the Holocaust.
Yeah the Palestinians have never had a country, but they do now in Jordan. They should go live with their people. Israel has been around 70 years now and the Israelis can defend their land. That’s really the only thing that matters: I know you wish Israel gone, but you are trapped in a constant cycle of disappointment. Israel will continue to live and you will continue to suffer because of it, unless you accept it. Either way makes no difference to the reality of what will continue to go on.


....and, of course, the reason the Palestinians never had a country is because there was no such thing as a "Palestinian" people before recent times. They were just Arabs with no particular identity outside of that.


In fact, there is a famous letter by King Abdullah written in the late 40s called "as the Arabs see the Jews", and in it is a long list of Arab grievances, half truths, distortions, and general sophistry. What is most notable, however, is that NOT ONCE does he mention any sort of Palestinian people because, of course, there were none. In fact, through the decade of the fifties and into the sixties, pan Arabism prevailed, and it was only at Arafat's insistence that they started referring to themselves as Palestinians after the six day war.
 

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The hardcore leftists will say “Palestine”. Liberals will usually punt on the question, draw some type of moral equivalence to both sides, bash Israel, and then proceed with platitudes.

Smart people will unequivocally say they support Israel

What equivalency? The European refugees sought sanctuary in Palestine and immediately set out to exterminate the inhabitants.

They formed their terror gangs in the early 1920s, killed over 500 British peacekeepers, looted and leveled 300 Arab villages, firebombed the oil refinery at Haifa and murdered Count Bernadotte in the street like a dog after he saved 30,000 European Jews from the Holocaust.
Yeah the Palestinians have never had a country, but they do now in Jordan. They should go live with their people. Israel has been around 70 years now and the Israelis can defend their land. That’s really the only thing that matters: I know you wish Israel gone, but you are trapped in a constant cycle of disappointment. Israel will continue to live and you will continue to suffer because of it, unless you accept it. Either way makes no difference to the reality of what will continue to go on.


....and, of course, the reason the Palestinians never had a country is because there was no such thing as a "Palestinian" people before recent times. They were just Arabs with no particular identity outside of that.


In fact, there is a famous letter by King Abdullah written in the late 40s called "as the Arabs see the Jews", and in it is a long list of Arab grievances, half truths, distortions, and general sophistry. What is most notable, however, is that NOT ONCE does he mention any sort of Palestinian people because, of course, there were none. In fact, through the decade of the fifties and into the sixties, pan Arabism prevailed, and it was only at Arafat's insistence that they started referring to themselves as Palestinians after the six day war.

They were called Palestinians by 1950. Many worked in Arabia and went to Mass or our Protestant church. Palestine was a province of Syria . Herodotus called it Palestine by 500 BC and Palestine and Palestinians are mentioned in the writings of Chaucer and Shakespeare. Be careful of the lies.. Look at the Turkish census of 1850s.. Jews were a tiny minority in Palestine.
 

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The hardcore leftists will say “Palestine”. Liberals will usually punt on the question, draw some type of moral equivalence to both sides, bash Israel, and then proceed with platitudes.

Smart people will unequivocally say they support Israel

What equivalency? The European refugees sought sanctuary in Palestine and immediately set out to exterminate the inhabitants.

Have you ever considered telling the truth, instead? They did not set out to exterminate anybody.

They had good relations with the Nashashibi clan and others, and the economic development in the area drew many Arabs from surrounding areas.

Nashashibi clan - Wikipedia

Nashashibi (Arabic: النشاشيبي‎; transliteration, an-Nashāshībī) is the name of a prominent Palestinian family based in Jerusalem. After the First World War, during the British period, Raghib al-Nashashibi was Mayor of Jerusalem (1920–1934). A branch of the family, Al Hassani, are reputed to have moved to Damascus in Syria; another minor branch, the Akattan, is presumed to have been established in Turkey of t…

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Mamluk and Ottoman periods

The Nashashibis are reportedly of Kurdish, Turkmen or Arab origin (as their name being the equivalent of fletcher in English may indicate). They first became notable and prominent in Jerusalem with the advent of Prince (of the army) Nasser al-Din al-Nashashibi who migrated (or led a military contingent?…
 

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The hardcore leftists will say “Palestine”. Liberals will usually punt on the question, draw some type of moral equivalence to both sides, bash Israel, and then proceed with platitudes.

Smart people will unequivocally say they support Israel

What equivalency? The European refugees sought sanctuary in Palestine and immediately set out to exterminate the inhabitants.

They formed their terror gangs in the early 1920s, killed over 500 British peacekeepers, looted and leveled 300 Arab villages, firebombed the oil refinery at Haifa and murdered Count Bernadotte in the street like a dog after he saved 30,000 European Jews from the Holocaust.
Yeah the Palestinians have never had a country, but they do now in Jordan. They should go live with their people. Israel has been around 70 years now and the Israelis can defend their land. That’s really the only thing that matters: I know you wish Israel gone, but you are trapped in a constant cycle of disappointment. Israel will continue to live and you will continue to suffer because of it, unless you accept it. Either way makes no difference to the reality of what will continue to go on.


....and, of course, the reason the Palestinians never had a country is because there was no such thing as a "Palestinian" people before recent times. They were just Arabs with no particular identity outside of that.


In fact, there is a famous letter by King Abdullah written in the late 40s called "as the Arabs see the Jews", and in it is a long list of Arab grievances, half truths, distortions, and general sophistry. What is most notable, however, is that NOT ONCE does he mention any sort of Palestinian people because, of course, there were none. In fact, through the decade of the fifties and into the sixties, pan Arabism prevailed, and it was only at Arafat's insistence that they started referring to themselves as Palestinians after the six day war.

They were called Palestinians by 1950. Many worked in Arabia and went to Mass or our Protestant church. Palestine was a province of Syria . Herodotus called it Palestine by 500 BC and Palestine and Palestinians are mentioned in the writings of Chaucer and Shakespeare. Be careful of the lies.. Look at the Turkish census of 1850s.. Jews were a tiny minority in Palestine.
A land designation and a people are two different things.

Your anecdotal declarations mean nothing. If there was a Palestinian identity then, King Abdullah would have mentioned it. He didn't. There wasn't.
 

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The hardcore leftists will say “Palestine”. Liberals will usually punt on the question, draw some type of moral equivalence to both sides, bash Israel, and then proceed with platitudes.

Smart people will unequivocally say they support Israel

What equivalency? The European refugees sought sanctuary in Palestine and immediately set out to exterminate the inhabitants.

Have you ever considered telling the truth, instead? They did not set out to exterminate anybody.

They had good relations with the Nashashibi clan and others, and the economic development in the area drew many Arabs from surrounding areas.

Nashashibi clan - Wikipedia

Nashashibi (Arabic: النشاشيبي‎; transliteration, an-Nashāshībī) is the name of a prominent Palestinian family based in Jerusalem. After the First World War, during the British period, Raghib al-Nashashibi was Mayor of Jerusalem (1920–1934). A branch of the family, Al Hassani, are reputed to have moved to Damascus in Syria; another minor branch, the Akattan, is presumed to have been established in Turkey of t…

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Mamluk and Ottoman periods

The Nashashibis are reportedly of Kurdish, Turkmen or Arab origin (as their name being the equivalent of fletcher in English may indicate). They first became notable and prominent in Jerusalem with the advent of Prince (of the army) Nasser al-Din al-Nashashibi who migrated (or led a military contingent?…


and Fakhri Nashashibi was assassinated because he sought peace with Jews.
 
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