Jewish Supremacy From the Jordan River to the Sea

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I've seen this same logic when Americans claim that the U.S. has never ever once lost a war because .... wait for it .... the U.S. never actually declared war on Vietnam.
I think it was 1941 when the last official declaration of war was issued in the US. How different this world would be if every "war" since that time fought by US forces had never happened.
 

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It's called Israel now. Jackass.
It's actually apartheid, Fool.

Israel and the apartheid analogy - Wikipedia.
No Jews in "Palestine"? How many Jews in Iran, Syria, Iraq, KSA, Kuwait, Lebanon?
There are some Jews in Iran and Bahrain now. Jews were living in Libya until 1973.. Fact is, that Jews would still be living all over the Arab world if not for the European Zionists. Its a loss to the Arab world... Shame really.


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family in Damascus, 1910 Syrian Jews had predominantly two origins: those who inhabited Syria from early times and the Sephardim who fled to Syria after the expulsion of the Jews from Spain in 1492 CE. There were large Jewish communities in Aleppo, Damascus, and Qamishli for centuries.
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Jewish Quarter (Harat Al-Yahud) at Damascus, Syria ...

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Jan 20, 2016 · [20]. Only in 1992 were Jews allowed to legally leave Syria, on the promise that they would not emigrate to Israel [21]. At the peak of Jewish life in Damascus the Jewish Quarter was home to nine synagogues: The Jobar Synagogue, also known as the Eliyahu Hanavi Synagogue, the Al-Frangi Synagogue, the Menesh Synagogue, the Raki Synagogue, the Del Pasha, Halab, …
 

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It's called Israel now. Jackass.
It's actually apartheid, Fool.

Israel and the apartheid analogy - Wikipedia.
No Jews in "Palestine"? How many Jews in Iran, Syria, Iraq, KSA, Kuwait, Lebanon?
There are some Jews in Iran and Bahrain now. Jews were living in Libya until 1973.. Fact is, that Jews would still be living all over the Arab world if not for the European Zionists. Its a loss to the Arab world... Shame really.


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family in Damascus, 1910 Syrian Jews had predominantly two origins: those who inhabited Syria from early times and the Sephardim who fled to Syria after the expulsion of the Jews from Spain in 1492 CE. There were large Jewish communities in Aleppo, Damascus, and Qamishli for centuries.
History of Jews in Syria - Wikipedia

Jewish Quarter (Harat Al-Yahud) at Damascus, Syria ...

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Jan 20, 2016 · [20]. Only in 1992 were Jews allowed to legally leave Syria, on the promise that they would not emigrate to Israel [21]. At the peak of Jewish life in Damascus the Jewish Quarter was home to nine synagogues: The Jobar Synagogue, also known as the Eliyahu Hanavi Synagogue, the Al-Frangi Synagogue, the Menesh Synagogue, the Raki Synagogue, the Del Pasha, Halab, …
Don’t care about 1992. How many Jews in all those countries now?
 

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Fake news old Islamist. Might makes right. Islamist nations are a pariah to the civilized world.
There's nothing fake about Israel's deliberate attack on the USS Liberty:

Israel attacks USS Liberty.

"During the Six-Day War, Israeli aircraft and torpedo boats attack the USS Liberty in international waters off Egypt’s Gaza Strip.

"The intelligence ship, well-marked as an American vessel and only lightly armed, was attacked first by Israeli aircraft that fired napalm and rockets at the ship.

"The Liberty attempted to radio for assistance, but the Israeli aircraft blocked the transmissions.

"Eventually, the ship was able to make contact with the U.S. carrier Saratoga, and 12 fighter jets and four tanker planes were dispatched to defend the Liberty"
 

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It's called Israel now. Jackass.
It's actually apartheid, Fool.

Israel and the apartheid analogy - Wikipedia.
No Jews in "Palestine"? How many Jews in Iran, Syria, Iraq, KSA, Kuwait, Lebanon?
There are some Jews in Iran and Bahrain now. Jews were living in Libya until 1973.. Fact is, that Jews would still be living all over the Arab world if not for the European Zionists. Its a loss to the Arab world... Shame really.


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family in Damascus, 1910 Syrian Jews had predominantly two origins: those who inhabited Syria from early times and the Sephardim who fled to Syria after the expulsion of the Jews from Spain in 1492 CE. There were large Jewish communities in Aleppo, Damascus, and Qamishli for centuries.
History of Jews in Syria - Wikipedia

Jewish Quarter (Harat Al-Yahud) at Damascus, Syria ...

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Jan 20, 2016 · [20]. Only in 1992 were Jews allowed to legally leave Syria, on the promise that they would not emigrate to Israel [21]. At the peak of Jewish life in Damascus the Jewish Quarter was home to nine synagogues: The Jobar Synagogue, also known as the Eliyahu Hanavi Synagogue, the Al-Frangi Synagogue, the Menesh Synagogue, the Raki Synagogue, the Del Pasha, Halab, …
Don’t care about 1992. How many Jews in all those countries now?
I don't know.. The Jews of Bahrain are quite successful in the jewelry business mostly. Their Ambassador to the US is a Jewish woman who is also a lawyer.
 

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Fake news old Islamist. Might makes right. Islamist nations are a pariah to the civilized world.
There's nothing fake about Israel's deliberate attack on the USS Liberty:

Israel attacks USS Liberty.

"During the Six-Day War, Israeli aircraft and torpedo boats attack the USS Liberty in international waters off Egypt’s Gaza Strip.

"The intelligence ship, well-marked as an American vessel and only lightly armed, was attacked first by Israeli aircraft that fired napalm and rockets at the ship.

"The Liberty attempted to radio for assistance, but the Israeli aircraft blocked the transmissions.

"Eventually, the ship was able to make contact with the U.S. carrier Saratoga, and 12 fighter jets and four tanker planes were dispatched to defend the Liberty"
Don’t care. If it upsets radical Islamists it warms my heart. Like your pain and all these posts you waste your time posting and researching makes me feel great.
 

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It's called Israel now. Jackass.
It's actually apartheid, Fool.

Israel and the apartheid analogy - Wikipedia.
No Jews in "Palestine"? How many Jews in Iran, Syria, Iraq, KSA, Kuwait, Lebanon?
There are some Jews in Iran and Bahrain now. Jews were living in Libya until 1973.. Fact is, that Jews would still be living all over the Arab world if not for the European Zionists. Its a loss to the Arab world... Shame really.


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family in Damascus, 1910 Syrian Jews had predominantly two origins: those who inhabited Syria from early times and the Sephardim who fled to Syria after the expulsion of the Jews from Spain in 1492 CE. There were large Jewish communities in Aleppo, Damascus, and Qamishli for centuries.
History of Jews in Syria - Wikipedia

Jewish Quarter (Harat Al-Yahud) at Damascus, Syria ...

archive.diarna.org/site/detail/public/189
Jan 20, 2016 · [20]. Only in 1992 were Jews allowed to legally leave Syria, on the promise that they would not emigrate to Israel [21]. At the peak of Jewish life in Damascus the Jewish Quarter was home to nine synagogues: The Jobar Synagogue, also known as the Eliyahu Hanavi Synagogue, the Al-Frangi Synagogue, the Menesh Synagogue, the Raki Synagogue, the Del Pasha, Halab, …
Don’t care about 1992. How many Jews in all those countries now?
I don't know.. The Jews of Bahrain are quite successful in the jewelry business mostly. Their Ambassador to the US is a Jewish woman who is also a lawyer.
Bahrain wasn’t on my list. Pay attention. Nice try.
 
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ind one reference to “Palestinian“ when referring to a person before 1967.
You are truly ignorant on this subject

"Reference to European Jews as 'Palestinians' prior to 1948

"European Jews were commonly considered an 'Oriental' people in many of their host countries, usually as reference to their ancestral origins in the Middle East.

"A prominent example of this is Immanuel Kant, an 18th-century Prussian philosopher who referred to European Jews as 'Palestinians living among us'"
;)
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Palestinian_Jews#Reference_to_European_Jews_as_%22Palestinians%22_prior_to_1948
 

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It's called Israel now. Jackass.
It's actually apartheid, Fool.

Israel and the apartheid analogy - Wikipedia.
No Jews in "Palestine"? How many Jews in Iran, Syria, Iraq, KSA, Kuwait, Lebanon?
There are some Jews in Iran and Bahrain now. Jews were living in Libya until 1973.. Fact is, that Jews would still be living all over the Arab world if not for the European Zionists. Its a loss to the Arab world... Shame really.


Jewish
family in Damascus, 1910 Syrian Jews had predominantly two origins: those who inhabited Syria from early times and the Sephardim who fled to Syria after the expulsion of the Jews from Spain in 1492 CE. There were large Jewish communities in Aleppo, Damascus, and Qamishli for centuries.
History of Jews in Syria - Wikipedia

Jewish Quarter (Harat Al-Yahud) at Damascus, Syria ...

archive.diarna.org/site/detail/public/189
Jan 20, 2016 · [20]. Only in 1992 were Jews allowed to legally leave Syria, on the promise that they would not emigrate to Israel [21]. At the peak of Jewish life in Damascus the Jewish Quarter was home to nine synagogues: The Jobar Synagogue, also known as the Eliyahu Hanavi Synagogue, the Al-Frangi Synagogue, the Menesh Synagogue, the Raki Synagogue, the Del Pasha, Halab, …
Don’t care about 1992. How many Jews in all those countries now?
I don't know.. The Jews of Bahrain are quite successful in the jewelry business mostly. Their Ambassador to the US is a Jewish woman who is also a lawyer.
Bahrain wasn’t on my list. Pay attention. Nice try.
You can google up the current Jewish population in those countries.

They would still be living in the Arab world if not for European Zionists.
 

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ind one reference to “Palestinian“ when referring to a person before 1967.
You are truly ignorant on this subject

"Reference to European Jews as 'Palestinians' prior to 1948

"European Jews were commonly considered an 'Oriental' people in many of their host countries, usually as reference to their ancestral origins in the Middle East.

"A prominent example of this is Immanuel Kant, an 18th-century Prussian philosopher who referred to European Jews as 'Palestinians living among us'"
;)
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Palestinian_Jews#Reference_to_European_Jews_as_%22Palestinians%22_prior_to_1948
Were you there? Nope. Lie.

Next.....Find something from 1947 until 1967...20 year span where someone was called a Palestinian.
 

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It's called Israel now. Jackass.
It's actually apartheid, Fool.

Israel and the apartheid analogy - Wikipedia.
No Jews in "Palestine"? How many Jews in Iran, Syria, Iraq, KSA, Kuwait, Lebanon?
There are some Jews in Iran and Bahrain now. Jews were living in Libya until 1973.. Fact is, that Jews would still be living all over the Arab world if not for the European Zionists. Its a loss to the Arab world... Shame really.


Jewish
family in Damascus, 1910 Syrian Jews had predominantly two origins: those who inhabited Syria from early times and the Sephardim who fled to Syria after the expulsion of the Jews from Spain in 1492 CE. There were large Jewish communities in Aleppo, Damascus, and Qamishli for centuries.
History of Jews in Syria - Wikipedia

Jewish Quarter (Harat Al-Yahud) at Damascus, Syria ...

archive.diarna.org/site/detail/public/189
Jan 20, 2016 · [20]. Only in 1992 were Jews allowed to legally leave Syria, on the promise that they would not emigrate to Israel [21]. At the peak of Jewish life in Damascus the Jewish Quarter was home to nine synagogues: The Jobar Synagogue, also known as the Eliyahu Hanavi Synagogue, the Al-Frangi Synagogue, the Menesh Synagogue, the Raki Synagogue, the Del Pasha, Halab, …
Don’t care about 1992. How many Jews in all those countries now?
I don't know.. The Jews of Bahrain are quite successful in the jewelry business mostly. Their Ambassador to the US is a Jewish woman who is also a lawyer.
Bahrain wasn’t on my list. Pay attention. Nice try.
You can google up the current Jewish population in those countries.

They would still be living in the Arab world if not for European Zionists.
So can you: Iran, Iraq, "Palestine", Jordan, Syria, KSA---- more Jews live in Brookline MA than all those countries combined. Islamists are the least tolerant people on Earth. They cannot even tolerate one another.
 
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It was the Stern Gang who wrote to Hitler promising support when he won the war, wasn't it?
That's my understanding...

Lehi (militant group) - Wikipedia

"Lehi split from the Irgun militant group in 1940 in order to continue fighting the British during World War II.

"Lehi initially sought an alliance with Fascist Italy and Nazi Germany, offering to fight alongside them against the British in return for the transfer of all Jews from Nazi-occupied Europe to Palestine"
 

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The British weren't helping the Jews kick Arab ass in 1948.
The British did their part 12 years earlier:

1936–1939 Arab revolt in Palestine - Wikipedia

"The 1936–1939 Arab revolt in Palestine, later came to be known as The Great Revolt or The Great Palestinian Revolt (Thawrat Filastin al-Kubra),[10] was a nationalist uprising by Palestinian Arabs in Mandatory Palestine against the British administration of the Palestine Mandate, demanding Arab independence and the end of the policy of open-ended Jewish immigration and land purchases with the stated goal of establishing a 'Jewish National Home'"
The British did their part 12 years earlier:

Yup. And the Jews have been kicking Arab asses ever since.
 

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