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Video: Ramzy Baroud on Gaza, Resistance and Need to Retell History

An interview in English with french subtitles on his book that has been translated to French. It is a story of the resistance of Israel's 65 years of occupation and the people's refusal to surrender.

[ame=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=19l_kOecN3U]Re?sistant en Palestine - YouTube[/ame]
 

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'65 years'????

So the premise is that Israel itself constitutes some mythical 'Occupation'.

BS.
 
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'65 years'????

So the premise is that Israel itself constitutes some mythical 'Occupation'.

BS.
The 1949 armistice agreements divided Palestine into three areas of occupation.

Israel signed them.
 

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"Ramzy Baroud, in the Global Research, writes of 'Overcoming The Bush Legacy in Iraq and Afghanistan': 'While reputable author and world renowned journalist Deepak Tripathi agrees with this grim view [of the poor outcomes of Western intervention in Iraq and Afghanistan], he doesn’t think all is lost.

"'He believes that there is still a chance, an opportunity even to redress the injustice and reverse the terrible mistakes that were made. A compelling writer and a meticulous researcher, Tripathi’s work is both gripping and comprehensive. His latest book, 'Overcoming The Bush Legacy in Iraq and Afghanistan' serves as a glaring reminder of what military power can do when it goes unchecked, and when it is combined with religious fanaticism or misguided political ideology.'"[12]

Deepak Tripathi - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
 

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'65 years'????

So the premise is that Israel itself constitutes some mythical 'Occupation'.

BS.
How many mythical Jews lived in Palestine 65 years ago, and what percentage of the land did they own?
This is not 65 years ago. 2014 will be a great year. Another 1500 settlement houses to be built. Buy lots of Depends.
 

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'65 years'????

So the premise is that Israel itself constitutes some mythical 'Occupation'.

BS.
How many mythical Jews lived in Palestine 65 years ago, and what percentage of the land did they own?
This is not 65 years ago. 2014 will be a great year. Another 1500 settlement houses to be built. Buy lots of Depends.
Happy BDS to you, B'Stain:

"Steps by European companies and governments to restrict business with West Bank settlements are rekindling longstanding fears in Israel of a broader economic boycott over its treatment of the Palestinians.

"After facing criticism from activist groups in the Netherlands, Vitens, the Dutch drinking-water company, said this week that it was cutting ties with Mekorot, Israel’s national water company, because it had business in the occupied West Bank.

"Separately, UK Trade & Investment, the business promotion body, published guidance last week warning companies of the risks of doing business with Israeli settlements, including 'legal and economic risks' and 'potential reputational implications'.

"This week it also emerged that Romania had stopped sending construction workers to Israel if it does not receive a guarantee that they will not work in the West Bank.

European moves against settlements revive Israel boycott fears | BDSmovement.net
 

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I'm reading this and I am thinking Daily Mail and the beat down on Romanians in Britain?

You know what they are doing in Britain?
 

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See this is all anti Israel. Thats all it is about because if you read the DM daily, you should see what they are doing to immigrants.
 

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See this is all anti Israel. Thats all it is about because if you read the DM daily, you should see what they are doing to immigrants.
Do you have a link?

"More than 100,000 Romanians and Bulgarians have already come to live in this country, but under EU freedom of labour rules their citizens will be able to take British jobs without restrictions from January.

"The figures released in Bucharest yesterday showed that the Romanian population was just over 20million in 2011.

"This was 1.55 million fewer than in the 2001 census."

How 1.5MILLION Romanians have left their homeland in a decade as immigrants head west in droves | Mail Online

I'm not sure the two situations regarding Romanian immigrants are similar.
England is part of the EU, and Israel isn't.
Labor and capital migrate "freely" between Romania and England, and I imagine that's pissing off a lot of unemployed Brits while their Royals and 1% continue to prosper.
 

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'65 years'????So the premise is that Israel itself constitutes some mythical 'Occupation'.BS.
How many mythical Jews lived in Palestine 65 years ago, and what percentage of the land did they own?
"So far from being persecuted, the Arabs have crowded into the country and multiplied till their population has increased more than even all world Jewry could lift up the Jewish population." Winnie.
 

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No palestinian borders, not then or now except what can be negotiated between the PA and Israel.

Arabs did not accept the ceasefire for the sake of the palestinians. They did not care about a palestinians state. No reason an armistice line should be a de facto border. The palestinians have to give and take in a negotiation not set hardline demands if they want a state.

So did Jordan, Lebanon and Syria

The 1949 armistice agreements divided Palestine into three areas of occupation.

Israel signed them.
That they did.

So?
 
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No palestinian borders, not then or now except what can be negotiated between the PA and Israel.

Arabs did not accept the ceasefire for the sake of the palestinians. They did not care about a palestinians state. No reason an armistice line should be a de facto border. The palestinians have to give and take in a negotiation not set hardline demands if they want a state.

So did Jordan, Lebanon and Syria
That they did.

So?
That is true. The negotiations should start with Palestine's international borders and Israel having no borders.
 

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Israel won and controls the land. Palestinians will have to make concession in their "demands" if they want more than a fair land swap so Israel can protect it's borders. Both Russia and the US have agreed any deal should not do so.
 
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Israel won and controls the land. Palestinians will have to make concession in their "demands" if they want more than a fair land swap so Israel can protect it's borders. Both Russia and the US have agreed any deal should not do so.
Israel controls the land but it has not won anything.

That is called an occupation.
 

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