Jewish Supremacy From the Jordan River to the Sea

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That's so sad....who did they vote for when they were part of Egypt or Jordan?
When were Palestinians eligible to vote in Egypt or Jordan, before of after Jews stole Palestine?
When were Palestinians eligible to vote in Egypt or Jordan,

They weren't eligible between 1948 and 1967?

That's awful!!!
 
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Help your girl out, show her where in the UN Charter they mentioned Palestine.
Does your mother know you're using her computer?

Milestones: 1945–1952 - Office of the Historian.

"On November 29, 1947 the United Nations adopted Resolution 181 (also known as the Partition Resolution) that would divide Great Britain’s former Palestinian mandate into Jewish and Arab states in May 1948 when the British mandate was scheduled to end.

"Under the resolution, the area of religious significance surrounding Jerusalem would remain a corpus separatum under international control administered by the United Nations."
 

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That's so sad....who did they vote for when they were part of Egypt or Jordan?
When were Palestinians eligible to vote in Egypt or Jordan, before of after Jews stole Palestine?
I learned from both JORDANIANS in the USA and
EGYPTIANS in the USA----that neither like the
BALESTINIANS. However---tribal dislike is a thing in the middle east

When were Palestinians eligible to vote in Egypt or Jordan,

They weren't eligible between 1948 and 1967?

That's awful!!!
 

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That's so sad....who did they vote for when they were part of Egypt or Jordan?
When were Palestinians eligible to vote in Egypt or Jordan, before of after Jews stole Palestine?
I learned from both JORDANIANS in the USA and
EGYPTIANS in the USA----that neither like the
BALESTINIANS. However---tribal dislike is a thing in the middle east

When were Palestinians eligible to vote in Egypt or Jordan,

They weren't eligible between 1948 and 1967?

That's awful!!!
what else is new?
 

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"On November 29, 1947 the United Nations adopted Resolution 181 (also known as the Partition Resolution) that would divide Great Britain’s former Palestinian mandate into Jewish and Arab states in May 1948 when the British mandate was scheduled to end.
So when you said the UN Charter....you were lying or just ignorant?

And where does your link even mention an election?
 

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That's so sad....who did they vote for when they were part of Egypt or Jordan?
When were Palestinians eligible to vote in Egypt or Jordan, before of after Jews stole Palestine?
they were Syrians, excpet for the waves of illegals, who did come from Egypt and Iraq and other Arab shitholes thanks to British and Jewish investments in building a citrus industry. and shipping.
 

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That's so sad....who did they vote for when they were part of Egypt or Jordan?
When were Palestinians eligible to vote in Egypt or Jordan, before of after Jews stole Palestine?
Jews "stole palestine" ---from whom?
The same way the U.S. 'stole the West from the Mexicans, I guess; all you have to do to claim 'theft' is have about 600 bandits and priests north of the Rio Grande and then claim the whole country all the way up to Canada, even though none of your own people would be caught dead north of Tampico even if you held guns on them.
 
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The problem here is that the U.S. (the worst culprit of them all) is an anti-Democratic entity both in domestic matters as well as international ones where the U.S. conducts itself in strict Mafia modus operandi
There's also a financial aspect to how the US Empire controls its allies and enemies:

De-Dollarizing the American Financial Empire | Michael Hudson

"The result is a circular flow of military spending recycled by foreign central banks.

"After 1971 (when Nixon abandoned the gold standard) the United States continued to spend abroad militarily, and in 1974 the OPEC countries quadrupled the price of oil.

"At that time the United States told Saudi Arabia that it could charge whatever it wanted for its oil, but it had to recycle all its net dollar earnings.

"The Saudis were not to buy gold.

"The Saudis were told that it would be an act of war if they didn’t recycle into the American economy the dollars they received for their oil exports.

"They were encouraged to buy U.S. Treasury bonds but, could also buy other U.S. bonds and stocks to help push up the stock and bond markets here while supporting the dollar."
 

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"They were encouraged to buy U.S. Treasury bonds but, could also buy other U.S. bonds and stocks to help push up the stock and bond markets here while supporting the dollar."
You're free to never buy any US stocks or bonds. You're free to hold your savings in gold or any foreign currency you'd like.

Let me know how that works out for you.
 
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The Palestinians could have had everything under Bill Clinton but they walked away
They blew it and Jews will continue to build
Arafat would likely have been assassinated if he had accepted that deal:

https://www.palestineremembered.com/Acre/Palestine-Remembered/Story416.html

"At the failed Camp David summit, Arafat was clearly ambushed by Clinton and Barak, when both presented him a deal that was much more favorable to Israel than to Palestine.

"Because of domestic U.S. political reasons, a sitting U.S. president could never propose a deal that is unfavorable to Israel.

"What was fundamentally wrong at Camp David that Arafat was negotiating in miles while Barak was negotiating in inches.

"It's worth taking a note that it's the Palestinian people who owned and operated 93% of Palestine's land as of 1948, click here for a breakdown of Palestinian vs. Zionist land ownership as of 1946.

"In a nutshell, Arafat was presented with 'a take it or leave it deal' either Palestinians had to give up their claims to most of East Jerusalem and forfeit their Right of Return, and in return Palestinians would "gain" a non-contiguous state on parts of the West Bank and the Gaza Strip, or the whole Clinton-Barak offer had to be rejected outright; which he did."
 
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Since there is no such thing as a Palestinian I am not sure what you mean. Do you mean the West Bank or Gaza?
Palestinian and Israeli Children Killed

"The majority of these [Palestinian] children were killed and injured while going about normal daily activities, such as going to school, playing, shopping, or simply being in their homes.

"Sixty-four percent of children killed during the first six months of 2003 died as a result of Israeli air and ground attacks, or from indiscriminate fire from Israeli soldiers.”
 
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No, being successful is good. You're just a loser. Like the Pals. So you whine. Like the Pals.
You support the cold blooded murder of children.

Israeli officer: I was right to shoot 13-year-old child

"An Israeli army officer who repeatedly shot a 13-year-old Palestinian girl in Gaza dismissed a warning from another soldier that she was a child by saying he would have killed her even if she was three years old.

The officer, identified by the army only as Captain R, was charged this week with illegal use of his weapon, conduct unbecoming an officer and other relatively minor infractions after emptying all 10 bullets from his gun’s magazine into Iman al-Hams when she walked into a 'security area' on the edge of Rafah refugee camp last month."
 

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The Palestinians could have had everything under Bill Clinton but they walked away
They blew it and Jews will continue to build
Arafat would likely have been assassinated if he had accepted that deal:

https://www.palestineremembered.com/Acre/Palestine-Remembered/Story416.html

"At the failed Camp David summit, Arafat was clearly ambushed by Clinton and Barak, when both presented him a deal that was much more favorable to Israel than to Palestine.

"Because of domestic U.S. political reasons, a sitting U.S. president could never propose a deal that is unfavorable to Israel.

"What was fundamentally wrong at Camp David that Arafat was negotiating in miles while Barak was negotiating in inches.

"It's worth taking a note that it's the Palestinian people who owned and operated 93% of Palestine's land as of 1948, click here for a breakdown of Palestinian vs. Zionist land ownership as of 1946.

"In a nutshell, Arafat was presented with 'a take it or leave it deal' either Palestinians had to give up their claims to most of East Jerusalem and forfeit their Right of Return, and in return Palestinians would "gain" a non-contiguous state on parts of the West Bank and the Gaza Strip, or the whole Clinton-Barak offer had to be rejected outright; which he did."
Arafat would likely have been assassinated if he had accepted that deal:

By the peaceful Palestinians?

"It's worth taking a note that it's the Palestinian people who owned and operated 93% of Palestine's land as of 1948,

Liar.
 

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