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Sen. Marco Rubio says Rep. Ilhan Omar ‘out of her mind’ for anti-Israel tweet

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Liar. The link says it all. Palestinians didn’t have arms and Rockets in the 1920’s? So what? They didn’t need them to killJews back then; Israel didn’t exist You’re right; we do kill Palestinians every month. Just keep those Rockets coming

You are the liar.
First of all, Moslems have never attacked Jews and never will for just being Jewish.
And since there were essentially no Jews in Palestine before the 1930 immigration, if it was even remotely dangerous, Jews would have gone elsewhere, such as Spain, where they were openly welcome.
There was zero conflict between Jews and Moslems until after Zionists started all the violence.

If the violence was not the fault of the Zionists, then why did the Zionists attack and murder so many British peace keepers?
 

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The muslims conquered the palestinians they did not liberate them. Leaders of Islam are not decided by ethnicity

When the local leaders of a religion are all killed and the invaders place their own people as the religion's leaders, that is not the same religion any more.
Just ask yourself if Mongols, Moghuls, Moors, Mamelukes, or Turks are really Moslem?
And the answer is no.
 

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I see that 3 Israelis have been killed and 60 Palestinians. Its always the same. Israel is a rogue state.
what country would t defend itself after being attacked? how does that make the. rogue?
 

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jews did not attack Mecca ALONG WITH MUHUMMAD----The jews of Mecca were MURDERED or forced to flee ---the rapist pig accomplisheda comprehensive GENOCIDE of the jews of Mecca and of Yathrib which was----at one time a jewish city----the rapist pig renamed it Medina.
Despite the fact that Jews had LIVED IN AND OWNED that city for
centuries and had schools and synagogues and were murdered there-
not one jew have been able to set foot in that NOW FILTHY arab town
for more than 1000 years. The synagogues were defiled as well as
the cemetaries. The city of my very own hubby's birth----was once
a jewish hub------the jews were wiped out by islamo dogs in 1947.
Fortunately---hubbys parents managed to escape with their two surviving kids a few years earlier

Wrong.
Please learn some history.
Mohammad was allied with the 12 Jewish tribes that were living in Saudi Arabia because the Romans had kicked them out of Palestine.

{...
THE SUPPORT OF THE Jews in the Middle East was vital for the propagation and spread of the word of Muhammad. Although the material for the early Islamic history is complicated, an unmistakable and striking theme can be consistently teased from the literature of this period — whether Arabic, Armenian, Syriac, Greek or Hebrew — as well as from the archaeological evidence: Muhammad and his followers went to great lengths to assuage the fears of Jews and Christians as Muslim control expanded.

When Muhammad was cornered in Yathrib in southern Arabia in the 620s, soliciting the help of the Jews had been one of his key strategies. This was a town — and a region — that was steeped in Judaism and Jewish history. Barely a century earlier, one fanatical Jewish ruler of Himyar had overseen the systematic persecution of the Christian minority, which crystallised a broad pattern of alliances that still held firm: Persia had come in to support the Himyarites against the alliance of Rome and Ethiopia. Muhammad was eager to conciliate with the Jews of southern Arabia — starting with the elders of Yathrib.

Leading Jews in the town, later renamed Medina, pledged their support to Muhammad in return for guarantees of mutual defence. These were laid out in a formal document that stated that their own faith and their possessions would be respected now and in the future by Muslims. It also set out a mutual understanding between Judaism and Islam: followers of both religions pledged to defend each other in the event that either was attacked by any third party; no harm would come to Jews, and no help would be given to their enemies. Muslims and Jews would cooperate with one another, extending ‘sincere advice and counsel’. It helped then that Muhammad’s revelations seemed not only conciliatory but familiar: there was much in common with the Old Testament, for example, not least the veneration for the prophets and for Abraham in particular, and there was obvious common ground for those who repudiated Jesus’ status as the Messiah. It was not just that Islam was not a threat to Judaism; there were elements that seemed to go hand in glove with it.

Word soon began to spread among Jewish communities that Muhammad and his followers were allies. An extraordinary text written in North Africa in the late 630s records how news of the Arab advances was being welcomed by Jews in Palestine because it meant a loosening of the European grip on power in the region. There was heated speculation that what was going on might be a fulfillment of ancient prophecies: ‘they were saying that the prophet had appeared, coming with the Saracens, and that he was proclaiming the advent of the anointed one, the Christ that was to come’. This, some Jews concluded, was the coming of the Messiah. Not all were persuaded, however. As one learned rabbi put it, Muhammad was a false prophet, ‘for the prophets do not come armed with a sword’.

The fact that there are other texts that say that the Arabs were welcomed by Jews as liberators from Roman rule provides important corroborating evidence about positive local reactions to the rising profile of Islam. One text about this period written a century later reports how an angel came to Rabbi Shim’on b. Yohai after he became disturbed by the suffering inflicted in the wake of Heraclius’ recovery of Jerusalem and the forced baptism and persecution of the Jews that followed. ‘How do we know [the Muslims] are our salvation,’ he purportedly asked. ‘Do not be afraid,’ the angel reassured him, for God is ‘bringing about the kingdom of [the Arabs] only for the purpose of delivering you from that wicked [Rome]. In accordance with His will, He shall raise up over them a prophet. And he will conquer the land for them, and they shall come and restore it with grandeur.’ Muhammad was seen as the means of fulfilling Jewish messianic hopes. These were lands that belonged to the descendants of Abraham — which meant solidarity between Arab and Jew.
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You are the liar.
First of all, Moslems have never attacked Jews and never will for just being Jewish.
And since there were essentially no Jews in Palestine before the 1930 immigration, if it was even remotely dangerous, Jews would have gone elsewhere, such as Spain, where they were openly welcome.
There was zero conflict between Jews and Moslems until after Zionists started all the violence.

If the violence was not the fault of the Zionists, then why did the Zionists attack and murder so many British peace keepers?
There was always a significant jewish population in palestine. Certianly not always the majority but a very large percentage of the population.

You are ignorant and wrong as always.
 

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the arab controlled slave trade is THOUSANDS OF YEARS in progress
It did not START with Scarlett O'Hara and Rhett Butler. Muhummad
was IN THE BUSINESS of slave trading. Sudan and Somalia were
arab controlled centers of the slave trade
 

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what country would t defend itself after being attacked? how does that make the. rogue?

Israel is not a valid country, created by terrorists, murdering Palestinian natives, British Peacekeepers, and UN respresentatives, like Count Folke Bernadotte.
They even tried to make Albert Einstein president of Israel, and he turned it down due to the extreme terrorism and violence of the Zionist gangs like Irgun, Stern, Lehai, etc.
 

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Israel is not a valid country, created by terrorists, murdering Palestinian natives, British Peacekeepers, and UN respresentatives, like Count Folke Bernadotte.
They even tried to make Albert Einstein president of Israel, and he turned it down due to the extreme terrorism and violence of the Zionist gangs like Irgun, Stern, Lehai, etc.
yeah that’s why he left all his writings to the Hebrew University of Jerasulem
 

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There was always a significant jewish population in palestine. Certianly not always the majority but a very large percentage of the population.

You are ignorant and wrong as always.

After the Roman Diaspora Decree, there were essentially none.
They are on record has having moved to Saudi Arabia.
We also know during the Crusades, they were again reduced to none by the Christian Crusaders.
We know that all the Ottoman Empire census showed they were less than 5% until the 1930s illegal immigration.
 

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Wrong.
Please learn some history.
Mohammad was allied with the 12 Jewish tribes that were living in Saudi Arabia because the Romans had kicked them out of Palestine.

{...
THE SUPPORT OF THE Jews in the Middle East was vital for the propagation and spread of the word of Muhammad. Although the material for the early Islamic history is complicated, an unmistakable and striking theme can be consistently teased from the literature of this period — whether Arabic, Armenian, Syriac, Greek or Hebrew — as well as from the archaeological evidence: Muhammad and his followers went to great lengths to assuage the fears of Jews and Christians as Muslim control expanded.

When Muhammad was cornered in Yathrib in southern Arabia in the 620s, soliciting the help of the Jews had been one of his key strategies. This was a town — and a region — that was steeped in Judaism and Jewish history. Barely a century earlier, one fanatical Jewish ruler of Himyar had overseen the systematic persecution of the Christian minority, which crystallised a broad pattern of alliances that still held firm: Persia had come in to support the Himyarites against the alliance of Rome and Ethiopia. Muhammad was eager to conciliate with the Jews of southern Arabia — starting with the elders of Yathrib.

Leading Jews in the town, later renamed Medina, pledged their support to Muhammad in return for guarantees of mutual defence. These were laid out in a formal document that stated that their own faith and their possessions would be respected now and in the future by Muslims. It also set out a mutual understanding between Judaism and Islam: followers of both religions pledged to defend each other in the event that either was attacked by any third party; no harm would come to Jews, and no help would be given to their enemies. Muslims and Jews would cooperate with one another, extending ‘sincere advice and counsel’. It helped then that Muhammad’s revelations seemed not only conciliatory but familiar: there was much in common with the Old Testament, for example, not least the veneration for the prophets and for Abraham in particular, and there was obvious common ground for those who repudiated Jesus’ status as the Messiah. It was not just that Islam was not a threat to Judaism; there were elements that seemed to go hand in glove with it.

Word soon began to spread among Jewish communities that Muhammad and his followers were allies. An extraordinary text written in North Africa in the late 630s records how news of the Arab advances was being welcomed by Jews in Palestine because it meant a loosening of the European grip on power in the region. There was heated speculation that what was going on might be a fulfillment of ancient prophecies: ‘they were saying that the prophet had appeared, coming with the Saracens, and that he was proclaiming the advent of the anointed one, the Christ that was to come’. This, some Jews concluded, was the coming of the Messiah. Not all were persuaded, however. As one learned rabbi put it, Muhammad was a false prophet, ‘for the prophets do not come armed with a sword’.

The fact that there are other texts that say that the Arabs were welcomed by Jews as liberators from Roman rule provides important corroborating evidence about positive local reactions to the rising profile of Islam. One text about this period written a century later reports how an angel came to Rabbi Shim’on b. Yohai after he became disturbed by the suffering inflicted in the wake of Heraclius’ recovery of Jerusalem and the forced baptism and persecution of the Jews that followed. ‘How do we know [the Muslims] are our salvation,’ he purportedly asked. ‘Do not be afraid,’ the angel reassured him, for God is ‘bringing about the kingdom of [the Arabs] only for the purpose of delivering you from that wicked [Rome]. In accordance with His will, He shall raise up over them a prophet. And he will conquer the land for them, and they shall come and restore it with grandeur.’ Muhammad was seen as the means of fulfilling Jewish messianic hopes. These were lands that belonged to the descendants of Abraham — which meant solidarity between Arab and Jew.
...}
National Vanguard is a NAZI PUBLICATION
 

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Israel is not a valid country, created by terrorists, murdering Palestinian natives, British Peacekeepers, and UN respresentatives, like Count Folke Bernadotte.
They even tried to make Albert Einstein president of Israel, and he turned it down due to the extreme terrorism and violence of the Zionist gangs like Irgun, Stern, Lehai, etc.
Albert Einstein was a devoted zionist till the day he died. He turned
down presidency of Israel because he did not want to be a politician.
You have been spitting standard islamo nazi propaganda for months.
 

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After the Roman Diaspora Decree, there were essentially none.
They are on record has having moved to Saudi Arabia.
We also know during the Crusades, they were again reduced to none by the Christian Crusaders.
We know that all the Ottoman Empire census showed they were less than 5% until the 1930s illegal immigration.
I just showed you evidence that you are wrong the percentages do change quite a bit over the centuries but they always maintained a large presence in palistine. In the 1920s they were roughly a fifth of the population. More than the alphabet people in the US today.
 

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When the local leaders of a religion are all killed and the invaders place their own people as the religion's leaders, that is not the same religion any more.
Just ask yourself if Mongols, Moghuls, Moors, Mamelukes, or Turks are really Moslem?
And the answer is no.
tell that one to Erdogan
 

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OMAR: Jewish people occupied all of the land on that peninsula 300 years before Muslim was a name. Muslims tried to steal that land, and more, when Islam came to be 600 years after Christ.
 

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Wrong.
Funny how you can't link or quote anything at all.
Neither can you. I gave you the link Re; the King David Hotel and the date EJerusalem was FORMALLY declared part of Jordan. Try reading comprehension
 

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yeah that’s why he left all his writings to the Hebrew University of Jerasulem

Albert Einstein was against the Zionist terrorists like Menachem Begin, not against Jews living in Palestine.
He wanted to move to Palestine as well, but not when murdering terrorist were in charge.
In particular, Einstein wrote an apology for the Zionist massacre of Dier Yassin.
He wrote this letter right after the Zionist massacre of Dier Yassin.

{...
April 10, 1948

Mr. Shepard Rifkin
Exec. Director
American Friends of the Fighters
for the Freedom of Israel
149 Second Ave.
New York 3,N.Y.

Dear Sir:

When a real and final catastrophe should befall us in Palestine the first responsible for it would be the British and the second responsible for it the Terrorist organizations build up from our own ranks [Jewish].

I am not willing to see anybody associated with those misled and criminal people.

Sincerely yours,
Albert Einstein
...}

 

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You are the liar.
First of all, Moslems have never attacked Jews and never will for just being Jewish.
And since there were essentially no Jews in Palestine before the 1930 immigration, if it was even remotely dangerous, Jews would have gone elsewhere, such as Spain, where they were openly welcome.
There was zero conflict between Jews and Moslems until after Zionists started all the violence.

If the violence was not the fault of the Zionists, then why did the Zionists attack and murder so many British peace keepers?
You are the liar. Palestinians were attacking Jews years before 1948. Gave you the link RE; the King David Hotel. Have someone read it to you SLOWLY
Franco was a Friend of Hitler yet we are to believe he “ invited” post Holocaust Jews to live there? When will you stop lying ?
 

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National Vanguard is a NAZI PUBLICATION

Good point, but the statements are still fact and I have read the same thing at dozens of verified sites.
There is no question about it.
The 12 tribes of Jews left Jerusalem around 170 AD, and went to Saudi Arabia.
They were still there when Mohammad created Islam, and they were allies in Medina, against the attacking Meccans.
 
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