Jewish Supremacy From the Jordan River to the Sea

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We should be able to call this what it is...

‘NY Times’ and ‘Washington Post’ have still said nothing about B’Tselem’s finding a month ago that Israel is an ‘apartheid regime’ – Mondoweiss

"One month after one of Israel’s leading human rights organizations declared that the country is ruled by an 'apartheid' state, liberal Zionists in the U.S. are breathing more easily.

"The New York Times and the Washington Post have still published nothing on the landmark finding by the human rights group B’Tselem, nor have any of their editorial writers or main columnists chimed in."

Jewish apartheid is the source of most of the violence across the Middle East; anyone seriously interested in bringing peace to that blood-soaked domain should start in the Jordan valley.
The Pals should realize that they've lost, over and over again. Time for them to move on. A people should know when they're beaten, like the Indians in North America.
They could open casinos in Gaza..

What about the Golan Heights and Shaaba Farms?
The Golan is very tiny area but has huge military applications and a huge source of water
The Zionists destroyed 67 Druze villages in the Golan Heights. They wanted the watershed.

Are you familiar with Israel's foremost military historian?

Martin van Creveld: Israel Doesn’t Need the West Bank To ...
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Dec 15, 2010 · Martin van Creveld is an Israeli military historian and the author of “The Land of Blood and Honey: The Rise of Modern Israel” (St. Martin’s Press, 2010). The views and opinions expressed in this...
Do you accept any Jewish nation in the lands ??
Certainly.. They were given land by the British Mandate. No need to steal more by force of arms.
They were invaded multiple times and that land is now there’s and rightly so
No they weren't .. They began destroying Arab villages in 1947.. They attacked Egypt in 1967.

They tried to implicate the Arabs in Operation Susanna in 1953 with attacks on Americans in Cairo .. That ultimately lead to the Suez Crisis which cost the US and Europe early.
It was a counter attack in 67 and Israel strike first as the Arabs were about to
That was Israel's lie.. Egyptian troops were deployed in Yemen and Nasser had called for a summit to resolve the Straits of Tiran issue.
Egyptian troops were deployed in Yemen

How many?
 

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We should be able to call this what it is...

‘NY Times’ and ‘Washington Post’ have still said nothing about B’Tselem’s finding a month ago that Israel is an ‘apartheid regime’ – Mondoweiss

"One month after one of Israel’s leading human rights organizations declared that the country is ruled by an 'apartheid' state, liberal Zionists in the U.S. are breathing more easily.

"The New York Times and the Washington Post have still published nothing on the landmark finding by the human rights group B’Tselem, nor have any of their editorial writers or main columnists chimed in."

Jewish apartheid is the source of most of the violence across the Middle East; anyone seriously interested in bringing peace to that blood-soaked domain should start in the Jordan valley.
The Pals should realize that they've lost, over and over again. Time for them to move on. A people should know when they're beaten, like the Indians in North America.
They could open casinos in Gaza..

What about the Golan Heights and Shaaba Farms?
The Golan is very tiny area but has huge military applications and a huge source of water
The Zionists destroyed 67 Druze villages in the Golan Heights. They wanted the watershed.

Are you familiar with Israel's foremost military historian?

Martin van Creveld: Israel Doesn’t Need the West Bank To ...
...
Dec 15, 2010 · Martin van Creveld is an Israeli military historian and the author of “The Land of Blood and Honey: The Rise of Modern Israel” (St. Martin’s Press, 2010). The views and opinions expressed in this...
Do you accept any Jewish nation in the lands ??
Certainly.. They were given land by the British Mandate. No need to steal more by force of arms.
They were invaded multiple times and that land is now there’s and rightly so
No they weren't .. They began destroying Arab villages in 1947.. They attacked Egypt in 1967.

They tried to implicate the Arabs in Operation Susanna in 1953 with attacks on Americans in Cairo .. That ultimately lead to the Suez Crisis which cost the US and Europe early.
It was a counter attack in 67 and Israel strike first as the Arabs were about to
That was Israel's lie.. Egyptian troops were deployed in Yemen and Nasser had called for a summit to resolve the Straits of Tiran issue.
Egyptian troops were deployed in Yemen

How many?
All seasoned troops. They were fighting on the side of the Communists against the Monarchists. They were deployed there about 5/6 years.

Egypt's Yemen Campaign | The Washington Institute
Mar 27, 2015 · Approximately 26,000 Egyptian soldiers died fighting Saudi-backed royalists during the 1962-1970 Yemeni civil war. Moreover, by entering the current conflict, Egypt risks stretching its military thin, since it is already fighting ISIS-affiliated jihadists in Libya and the Sinai
 

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The Israelis have had too many liberal prime ministers and presidents since the Second World War. They catered to the Communists and never booted the Muslims out when they had the chance. Now Israel is ruled as Muslim country under Islamic law by popular demand at official polls.
People can't even say or word against the liberal Palestinian-allied Israeli government or have any of their own opinions without being arrested. It's not really clear there is anything left of “Israel” as distinct from Palestine or other Islamic-controlled regions of the Middle East, or any reason for people who intend to support Israel to believe they are not simply being hoodwinked into supporting the PLO, Hamas, and other Islamic terrorist organizations.
That is silly since Israel did not even exist until 1948, and the majority has never been Jewish.
There are 12 million Arab Muslims in Israel/Palestine, and only 6 million Jews.
And 99% of the Jews are from illegal immigration.
 

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All seasoned troops. They were fighting on the side of the Communists against the Monarchists. They were deployed there about 5 years.
How many?
25,000
Wow! That's a lot!
How many Egyptian troops still in Egypt?

[PDF]The International History of the Yemen Civil War, 1962-1968
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Yemeni republicans brought the first Egyptian troops to Yemen. Saudi Arabia, pressured by Egyptian troops, border tribal considerations and earlier treaties with the Yemeni Imamate, supported the Imams royalist opposition. The battleground between Egyptian president Gamal Abdel Nasser and al-Badr was transformed into an arena for
 

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We get it. You are a Jew hater.
Hamas is a terrorists group. No reason to help them reach their goal, which is all Palestine, no Israel.
Israel stole nothing. Britain owned the land and they gave it to the Jews.
Should Israel decide to join into a peace treaty, it would give them a girth of 9 miles. And amazingly, they are going to do it. Land for peace.
We know who is going to invade them then and why. Israel is going to be damn near destroyed.
Then comes God.
Israel wins.
Totally wrong.
First of all, resistance fighters like the French Resistance in WWII were also terrorists.
Anyone illegally invaded has to fall back on terrorist tactics, and it is legal.\
Second is that Israel has no legal existence at all.
England NEVER owned any of Palestine at all, and was obligated under the Mandate for Palestine from the Treaty of San Remo, to make an independent Arab Palestine, not Israel.
In fact, the Zionist terrorists murdered hundreds of British soldiers, like in the King David Hotel bombing.
None of Palestine was ever given to Jews by England, ever.
The Balfour Declaration was only to allow more immigration ease.
Jews did not take over until they forced the British to leave.
 

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All seasoned troops. They were fighting on the side of the Communists against the Monarchists. They were deployed there about 5 years.
How many?
25,000
Wow! That's a lot!
How many Egyptian troops still in Egypt?

[PDF]The International History of the Yemen Civil War, 1962-1968
...
Yemeni republicans brought the first Egyptian troops to Yemen. Saudi Arabia, pressured by Egyptian troops, border tribal considerations and earlier treaties with the Yemeni Imamate, supported the Imams royalist opposition. The battleground between Egyptian president Gamal Abdel Nasser and al-Badr was transformed into an arena for
Is English your second language?
 

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We get it. You are a Jew hater.
Hamas is a terrorists group. No reason to help them reach their goal, which is all Palestine, no Israel.
Israel stole nothing. Britain owned the land and they gave it to the Jews.
Should Israel decide to join into a peace treaty, it would give them a girth of 9 miles. And amazingly, they are going to do it. Land for peace.
We know who is going to invade them then and why. Israel is going to be damn near destroyed.
Then comes God.
Israel wins.
Totally wrong.
First of all, resistance fighters like the French Resistance in WWII were also terrorists.
Anyone illegally invaded has to fall back on terrorist tactics, and it is legal.\
Second is that Israel has no legal existence at all.
England NEVER owned any of Palestine at all, and was obligated under the Mandate for Palestine from the Treaty of San Remo, to make an independent Arab Palestine, not Israel.
In fact, the Zionist terrorists murdered hundreds of British soldiers, like in the King David Hotel bombing.
None of Palestine was ever given to Jews by England, ever.
The Balfour Declaration was only to allow more immigration ease.
Jews did not take over until they forced the British to leave.
After they killed 500 British peacekeepers, the Brits were disgusted and dying to leave Palestine.
 

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All seasoned troops. They were fighting on the side of the Communists against the Monarchists. They were deployed there about 5 years.
How many?
25,000
Wow! That's a lot!
How many Egyptian troops still in Egypt?

[PDF]The International History of the Yemen Civil War, 1962-1968
...
Yemeni republicans brought the first Egyptian troops to Yemen. Saudi Arabia, pressured by Egyptian troops, border tribal considerations and earlier treaties with the Yemeni Imamate, supported the Imams royalist opposition. The battleground between Egyptian president Gamal Abdel Nasser and al-Badr was transformed into an arena for
Is English your second language?
Nope.. My family has been in America since 1619.
 

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We get it. You are a Jew hater.
Hamas is a terrorists group. No reason to help them reach their goal, which is all Palestine, no Israel.
Israel stole nothing. Britain owned the land and they gave it to the Jews.
Should Israel decide to join into a peace treaty, it would give them a girth of 9 miles. And amazingly, they are going to do it. Land for peace.
We know who is going to invade them then and why. Israel is going to be damn near destroyed.
Then comes God.
Israel wins.
Totally wrong.
First of all, resistance fighters like the French Resistance in WWII were also terrorists.
Anyone illegally invaded has to fall back on terrorist tactics, and it is legal.\
Second is that Israel has no legal existence at all.
England NEVER owned any of Palestine at all, and was obligated under the Mandate for Palestine from the Treaty of San Remo, to make an independent Arab Palestine, not Israel.
In fact, the Zionist terrorists murdered hundreds of British soldiers, like in the King David Hotel bombing.
None of Palestine was ever given to Jews by England, ever.
The Balfour Declaration was only to allow more immigration ease.
Jews did not take over until they forced the British to leave.
How did the Jews force the British Empire to leave? They had no army. They had no influence, no numbers, no funds? If that land is not Israels, there where is the land of Israel? Where was King David's throne?
 

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We should be able to call this what it is...

‘NY Times’ and ‘Washington Post’ have still said nothing about B’Tselem’s finding a month ago that Israel is an ‘apartheid regime’ – Mondoweiss

"One month after one of Israel’s leading human rights organizations declared that the country is ruled by an 'apartheid' state, liberal Zionists in the U.S. are breathing more easily.

"The New York Times and the Washington Post have still published nothing on the landmark finding by the human rights group B’Tselem, nor have any of their editorial writers or main columnists chimed in."

Jewish apartheid is the source of most of the violence across the Middle East; anyone seriously interested in bringing peace to that blood-soaked domain should start in the Jordan valley.
The Pals should realize that they've lost, over and over again. Time for them to move on. A people should know when they're beaten, like the Indians in North America.
They could open casinos in Gaza..

What about the Golan Heights and Shaaba Farms?
The Golan is very tiny area but has huge military applications and a huge source of water
The Zionists destroyed 67 Druze villages in the Golan Heights. They wanted the watershed.

Are you familiar with Israel's foremost military historian?

Martin van Creveld: Israel Doesn’t Need the West Bank To ...
...
Dec 15, 2010 · Martin van Creveld is an Israeli military historian and the author of “The Land of Blood and Honey: The Rise of Modern Israel” (St. Martin’s Press, 2010). The views and opinions expressed in this...
Do you accept any Jewish nation in the lands ??
Certainly.. They were given land by the British Mandate. No need to steal more by force of arms.
They were invaded multiple times and that land is now there’s and rightly so
No they weren't .. They began destroying Arab villages in 1947.. They attacked Egypt in 1967.

They tried to implicate the Arabs in Operation Susanna in 1953 with attacks on Americans in Cairo .. That ultimately lead to the Suez Crisis which cost the US and Europe early.
It was a counter attack in 67 and Israel strike first as the Arabs were about to
That was Israel's lie.. Egyptian troops were deployed in Yemen and Nasser had called for a summit to resolve the Straits of Tiran issue.
You’re a propagandist and history ignoramus
 

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All seasoned troops. They were fighting on the side of the Communists against the Monarchists. They were deployed there about 5 years.
How many?
25,000
Wow! That's a lot!
How many Egyptian troops still in Egypt?

[PDF]The International History of the Yemen Civil War, 1962-1968
...
Yemeni republicans brought the first Egyptian troops to Yemen. Saudi Arabia, pressured by Egyptian troops, border tribal considerations and earlier treaties with the Yemeni Imamate, supported the Imams royalist opposition. The battleground between Egyptian president Gamal Abdel Nasser and al-Badr was transformed into an arena for
Is English your second language?
Nope.. My family has been in America since 1619.
Than why are you having such a difficult time with the question?

Wow! That's a lot!
How many Egyptian troops still in Egypt?
 

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We get it. You are a Jew hater.
Hamas is a terrorists group. No reason to help them reach their goal, which is all Palestine, no Israel.
Israel stole nothing. Britain owned the land and they gave it to the Jews.
Should Israel decide to join into a peace treaty, it would give them a girth of 9 miles. And amazingly, they are going to do it. Land for peace.
We know who is going to invade them then and why. Israel is going to be damn near destroyed.
Then comes God.
Israel wins.
Totally wrong.
First of all, resistance fighters like the French Resistance in WWII were also terrorists.
Anyone illegally invaded has to fall back on terrorist tactics, and it is legal.\
Second is that Israel has no legal existence at all.
England NEVER owned any of Palestine at all, and was obligated under the Mandate for Palestine from the Treaty of San Remo, to make an independent Arab Palestine, not Israel.
In fact, the Zionist terrorists murdered hundreds of British soldiers, like in the King David Hotel bombing.
None of Palestine was ever given to Jews by England, ever.
The Balfour Declaration was only to allow more immigration ease.
Jews did not take over until they forced the British to leave.
How did the Jews force the British Empire to leave? They had no army. They had no influence, no numbers, no funds? If that land is not Israels, there where is the land of Israel? Where was King David's throne?
Blue box donations in the US were raising money for weapons bought in Argentina and shipped to the Zionists.
 

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We should be able to call this what it is...

‘NY Times’ and ‘Washington Post’ have still said nothing about B’Tselem’s finding a month ago that Israel is an ‘apartheid regime’ – Mondoweiss

"One month after one of Israel’s leading human rights organizations declared that the country is ruled by an 'apartheid' state, liberal Zionists in the U.S. are breathing more easily.

"The New York Times and the Washington Post have still published nothing on the landmark finding by the human rights group B’Tselem, nor have any of their editorial writers or main columnists chimed in."

Jewish apartheid is the source of most of the violence across the Middle East; anyone seriously interested in bringing peace to that blood-soaked domain should start in the Jordan valley.
The Pals should realize that they've lost, over and over again. Time for them to move on. A people should know when they're beaten, like the Indians in North America.
They could open casinos in Gaza..

What about the Golan Heights and Shaaba Farms?
The Golan is very tiny area but has huge military applications and a huge source of water
The Zionists destroyed 67 Druze villages in the Golan Heights. They wanted the watershed.

Are you familiar with Israel's foremost military historian?

Martin van Creveld: Israel Doesn’t Need the West Bank To ...
...
Dec 15, 2010 · Martin van Creveld is an Israeli military historian and the author of “The Land of Blood and Honey: The Rise of Modern Israel” (St. Martin’s Press, 2010). The views and opinions expressed in this...
Do you accept any Jewish nation in the lands ??
Certainly.. They were given land by the British Mandate. No need to steal more by force of arms.
They were invaded multiple times and that land is now there’s and rightly so
No they weren't .. They began destroying Arab villages in 1947.. They attacked Egypt in 1967.

They tried to implicate the Arabs in Operation Susanna in 1953 with attacks on Americans in Cairo .. That ultimately lead to the Suez Crisis which cost the US and Europe early.
It was a counter attack in 67 and Israel strike first as the Arabs were about to
That was Israel's lie.. Egyptian troops were deployed in Yemen and Nasser had called for a summit to resolve the Straits of Tiran issue.
You’re a propagandist and history ignoramus
You just don't like the facts.

From 1947

The Hashemites - As the Arabs See the Jews
www.kinghussein.gov.jo/kabd_eng.html
King Abdullah bin Al-Hussein (1882-1951) "As the Arabs see the Jews". His Majesty King Abdullah, The American Magazine. November, 1947. Summary. This fascinating essay, written by King Hussein’s grandfather King Abdullah, appeared in the United States six months before the 1948 Arab-Israeli War. In the article, King Abdullah disputes the mistaken view that Arab opposition to Zionism (and later the …
 

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All seasoned troops. They were fighting on the side of the Communists against the Monarchists. They were deployed there about 5 years.
How many?
25,000
Wow! That's a lot!
How many Egyptian troops still in Egypt?

[PDF]The International History of the Yemen Civil War, 1962-1968
...
Yemeni republicans brought the first Egyptian troops to Yemen. Saudi Arabia, pressured by Egyptian troops, border tribal considerations and earlier treaties with the Yemeni Imamate, supported the Imams royalist opposition. The battleground between Egyptian president Gamal Abdel Nasser and al-Badr was transformed into an arena for
Is English your second language?
Nope.. My family has been in America since 1619.
Than why are you having such a difficult time with the question?

Wow! That's a lot!
How many Egyptian troops still in Egypt?
Are you stupid? The Egyptian army fought in Yemen from 1962 to 1970.
 

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All seasoned troops. They were fighting on the side of the Communists against the Monarchists. They were deployed there about 5 years.
How many?
25,000
Wow! That's a lot!
How many Egyptian troops still in Egypt?

[PDF]The International History of the Yemen Civil War, 1962-1968
...
Yemeni republicans brought the first Egyptian troops to Yemen. Saudi Arabia, pressured by Egyptian troops, border tribal considerations and earlier treaties with the Yemeni Imamate, supported the Imams royalist opposition. The battleground between Egyptian president Gamal Abdel Nasser and al-Badr was transformed into an arena for
Is English your second language?
Nope.. My family has been in America since 1619.
Than why are you having such a difficult time with the question?

Wow! That's a lot!
How many Egyptian troops still in Egypt?
Are you stupid? The Egyptian army fought in Yemen from 1962 to 1970.
Are you claiming the Egyptians only had 25,000 troops and they were all in Yemen?

Because that would be hilarious!!!
 

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The Pals should realize that they've lost, over and over again. Time for them to move on. A people should know when they're beaten, like the Indians in North America.
There are no "pals," there are Arabs and Muslims. The Arabs were given Jordan, the Christians Lebanon, and the Jews Israel.

But Muslims will not allow other faiths, Muslim supremacy is absolute. They already conquered Christian Lebanon, they seek Israel, then on to Spain.

The demographics of Lebanon were changed overnight with the flood of Palestinian refugees in 1948 and 1967. You have never been to Lebanon either, have you?

There are 1 1/2 million Christians in Arabia...

There were 50 Christian Churches in Baghdad before Bush's invasion. Currently there are at least 600 churches and 500,000–1,000,000 Christians in Iran.
So Lebanon was mostly Christian before 48??
About 90%

But Muslims don't allow other religions. Muslim supremacists.
 

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