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US: No more incitements to violence against Israel

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Last week, Crowley also stepped up US criticism of the Palestinians, saying the administration is “disturbed” by recent comments the Palestinian Authority made during renovations of Jewish sites in the Jewish Quarter of the Old City.

“Denying Jewish heritage and links to Jerusalem undermine the trust and confidence needed for substantive and productive Israeli-Palestinian negotiations,” he said.

He went on to strongly condemn the glorification of terrorists.

“Honoring terrorists who have murdered innocent civilians either by official statements or by the dedication of public places hurts peace efforts and must end,” he said.

“We will continue to hold Palestinian leaders accountable for incitement.”

It is rare for a State Department spokesman to call out the Palestinians at a briefing on an issue not raised by the press corps, as Crowley did Thursday.

The move was welcomed by several Jewish groups, many of whom have charged that the Obama administration has been more critical of Israel than the Palestinians, and routinely issues statements reprimanding Israel for hurting the peace process while letting the Palestinians off the hook.

“We appreciate the statement of Assistant Secretary of State for Public Affairs P.J. Crowley denouncing these acts,” the heads of the Conference of Presidents of Major Organizations said in a statement Friday. “For too long these escalating acts of incitement, often accompanied by acts of violence, have not been addressed by the international community.”

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Could you give some example as to what these incitements might be?
 
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Could you give some example as to what these incitements might be?


“Honoring terrorists who have murdered innocent civilians either by official statements or by the dedication of public places hurts peace efforts and must end,” he said.

“We will continue to hold Palestinian leaders accountable for incitement.”

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Israeli terrorists are frequently honored with high government positions. Why should the Palestinians be subject to a double standard?
 

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Could you give some example as to what these incitements might be?


“Honoring terrorists who have murdered innocent civilians either by official statements or by the dedication of public places hurts peace efforts and must end,” he said.

“We will continue to hold Palestinian leaders accountable for incitement.”

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Israeli terrorists are frequently honored with high government positions. Why should the Palestinians be subject to a double standard?
yep!, as example, the 9 terrorists of Lavon scandal decorated after 50 years!!

or
Avraham Stern's memorial day is attended every year by Israeli political and government officials. In 1978, a postage stamp was issued in his honor. His son, Yair, born a few months after Stern's murder, is a veteran broadcast journalist and TV news anchor who once headed Israel Television.
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or In 1981 the town of Kochav Yair (Yair's Star) was founded and named after Stern's nickname.

Avraham Stern is a well-known terrorist who murdered many british and palestinian families.
avraham_stern.jpg
 

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Israeli terrorists are frequently honored with high government positions. Why should the Palestinians be subject to a double standard?
yep!, as example, the 9 terrorists of Lavon scandal decorated after 50 years!!

or
Avraham Stern's memorial day is attended every year by Israeli political and government officials. In 1978, a postage stamp was issued in his honor. His son, Yair, born a few months after Stern's murder, is a veteran broadcast journalist and TV news anchor who once headed Israel Television.
-Wiki
or In 1981 the town of Kochav Yair (Yair's Star) was founded and named after Stern's nickname.

Avraham Stern is a well-known terrorist who murdered many british and palestinian families.
avraham_stern.jpg

Neither the Stern Gang nor Irgun were terorrist organizations. They targeted the British military, completely within the law of international armed conflict.

You are PWNED, again, birdbrain.
 

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Israeli terrorists are frequently honored with high government positions. Why should the Palestinians be subject to a double standard?
yep!, as example, the 9 terrorists of Lavon scandal decorated after 50 years!!

or
Avraham Stern's memorial day is attended every year by Israeli political and government officials. In 1978, a postage stamp was issued in his honor. His son, Yair, born a few months after Stern's murder, is a veteran broadcast journalist and TV news anchor who once headed Israel Television.
-Wiki
or In 1981 the town of Kochav Yair (Yair's Star) was founded and named after Stern's nickname.

Avraham Stern is a well-known terrorist who murdered many british and palestinian families.
avraham_stern.jpg

Neither the Stern Gang nor Irgun were terorrist organizations. They targeted the British military, completely within the law of international armed conflict.

You are PWNED, again, birdbrain.

They were called terrorists by the British just as Palestinian resistance is called terrorists by Israel today.
 
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Israeli terrorists are frequently honored with high government positions. Why should the Palestinians be subject to a double standard?
yep!, as example, the 9 terrorists of Lavon scandal decorated after 50 years!!

or
Avraham Stern's memorial day is attended every year by Israeli political and government officials. In 1978, a postage stamp was issued in his honor. His son, Yair, born a few months after Stern's murder, is a veteran broadcast journalist and TV news anchor who once headed Israel Television.
-Wiki
or In 1981 the town of Kochav Yair (Yair's Star) was founded and named after Stern's nickname.

Avraham Stern is a well-known terrorist who murdered many british and palestinian families.
avraham_stern.jpg

Of course, it is not true that Stern, who was killed in 1942 by British police while in custody, or the organization he headed, Lehi, targeted any Arab or British families while it was under his leadership. Under Stern's leadership, Lehi targeted only British colonial officials and Jewish officials who supported Britain's colonial policies after the 1939 British white paper that effectively gave control of all decisions regarding Jewish immigration and statehood to Arab leaders in a tacit act of capitulation to the Arab uprising of the mid 1930's. Under Stern's leadership, Lehi targeted no Arab officials.

While Stern and Lehi were called terrorists by the British and by much of the Jewish leadership, such as the Jewish Agency and Haganah, at the time, clearly there is a qualitative difference between killing British colonial officials and Jewish officials who supported and implemented British policies, as Stern and Lehi did, and killing as many Jewish civilians as possible for no other reasons than that they are Jewish, as the terrorists the PA are currently honoring and whose acts of mass murder of Jews the PA is currently celebrating. In modern parlance, Stern and Lehi would be more properly called militants or guerrillas than terrorists.

In the Lavon affair, although ill conceived and a costly failure, no people were targeted and none were injured, and which occurred in the context of an active state of war between Egypt and Israel in which attacks from Egypt were a nearly daily occurrence. Honoring the agents, but not the leaders, who carried out this mission with bravery is very different from honoring individuals for acts of mass murder of Jewish civilians for no other reason than that they are Jewish as the PA is doing and as the US condemning.
 

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yep!, as example, the 9 terrorists of Lavon scandal decorated after 50 years!!

or
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or In 1981 the town of Kochav Yair (Yair's Star) was founded and named after Stern's nickname.

Avraham Stern is a well-known terrorist who murdered many british and palestinian families.
avraham_stern.jpg

Neither the Stern Gang nor Irgun were terorrist organizations. They targeted the British military, completely within the law of international armed conflict.

You are PWNED, again, birdbrain.

They were called terrorists by the British just as Palestinian resistance is called terrorists by Israel today.

Except, the British army was complicit in terrorism in installing the Grand Mufti as the Pallie leader, a Nazi collaborator who incited the massacres of Jews in the 1920s and 30s, when Arabs chanted, "Jews are our dogs," including the Hebron Massacre, and whose animosity of Jews led to the guerilla war in 1947 leading to the 1948 War to exterminate the Jewish community.

Jews were entirely lawful in targeting the British army.

Thus, you were just caught in another in a long string of lies.
 

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While Stern and Lehi were called terrorists by the British and by much of the Jewish leadership, such as the Jewish Agency and Haganah, at the time, clearly there is a qualitative difference between killing British colonial officials
So killing colonial forces is not terrorism.

Thanks

In modern parlance, Stern and Lehi would be more properly called militants or guerrillas than terrorists.

Lehi defined themselves as "terrorists".

According to your definition, Hamas would be militants or guerrillas. despite Hamas never committed massacres like Stern or Lehi.

Lehi get Nazi contacts in 40s via Izhak Shamir.
 

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So killing colonial forces is not terrorism.

Killing an enemy army is not terrorism

According to your definition, Hamas would be militants or guerrillas. despite Hamas never committed massacres like Stern or Lehi.

Hamas targets Israeli non-combatants, which is terrorism.

You are PWNED, again, peabrain.
 

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Israeli terrorists are frequently honored with high government positions. Why should the Palestinians be subject to a double standard?
yep!, as example, the 9 terrorists of Lavon scandal decorated after 50 years!!

or
Avraham Stern's memorial day is attended every year by Israeli political and government officials. In 1978, a postage stamp was issued in his honor. His son, Yair, born a few months after Stern's murder, is a veteran broadcast journalist and TV news anchor who once headed Israel Television.
-Wiki
or In 1981 the town of Kochav Yair (Yair's Star) was founded and named after Stern's nickname.

Avraham Stern is a well-known terrorist who murdered many british and palestinian families.
avraham_stern.jpg

Of course, it is not true that Stern, who was killed in 1942 by British police while in custody, or the organization he headed, Lehi, targeted any Arab or British families while it was under his leadership. Under Stern's leadership, Lehi targeted only British colonial officials and Jewish officials who supported Britain's colonial policies after the 1939 British white paper that effectively gave control of all decisions regarding Jewish immigration and statehood to Arab leaders in a tacit act of capitulation to the Arab uprising of the mid 1930's. Under Stern's leadership, Lehi targeted no Arab officials.

While Stern and Lehi were called terrorists by the British and by much of the Jewish leadership, such as the Jewish Agency and Haganah, at the time, clearly there is a qualitative difference between killing British colonial officials and Jewish officials who supported and implemented British policies, as Stern and Lehi did, and killing as many Jewish civilians as possible for no other reasons than that they are Jewish, as the terrorists the PA are currently honoring and whose acts of mass murder of Jews the PA is currently celebrating. In modern parlance, Stern and Lehi would be more properly called militants or guerrillas than terrorists.

In the Lavon affair, although ill conceived and a costly failure, no people were targeted and none were injured, and which occurred in the context of an active state of war between Egypt and Israel in which attacks from Egypt were a nearly daily occurrence. Honoring the agents, but not the leaders, who carried out this mission with bravery is very different from honoring individuals for acts of mass murder of Jewish civilians for no other reason than that they are Jewish as the PA is doing and as the US condemning.

...is very different from honoring individuals for acts of mass murder of Jewish civilians for no other reason than that they are Jewish as the PA is doing...

Not true. Palestinians only attack people who occupy their land. The fact that they are Jews is irrelevant.

Many Jews walk the streets in Palestine every day without problems.
 

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yep!, as example, the 9 terrorists of Lavon scandal decorated after 50 years!!

or
-Wiki
or In 1981 the town of Kochav Yair (Yair's Star) was founded and named after Stern's nickname.

Avraham Stern is a well-known terrorist who murdered many british and palestinian families.
avraham_stern.jpg

Of course, it is not true that Stern, who was killed in 1942 by British police while in custody, or the organization he headed, Lehi, targeted any Arab or British families while it was under his leadership. Under Stern's leadership, Lehi targeted only British colonial officials and Jewish officials who supported Britain's colonial policies after the 1939 British white paper that effectively gave control of all decisions regarding Jewish immigration and statehood to Arab leaders in a tacit act of capitulation to the Arab uprising of the mid 1930's. Under Stern's leadership, Lehi targeted no Arab officials.

While Stern and Lehi were called terrorists by the British and by much of the Jewish leadership, such as the Jewish Agency and Haganah, at the time, clearly there is a qualitative difference between killing British colonial officials and Jewish officials who supported and implemented British policies, as Stern and Lehi did, and killing as many Jewish civilians as possible for no other reasons than that they are Jewish, as the terrorists the PA are currently honoring and whose acts of mass murder of Jews the PA is currently celebrating. In modern parlance, Stern and Lehi would be more properly called militants or guerrillas than terrorists.

In the Lavon affair, although ill conceived and a costly failure, no people were targeted and none were injured, and which occurred in the context of an active state of war between Egypt and Israel in which attacks from Egypt were a nearly daily occurrence. Honoring the agents, but not the leaders, who carried out this mission with bravery is very different from honoring individuals for acts of mass murder of Jewish civilians for no other reason than that they are Jewish as the PA is doing and as the US condemning.

...is very different from honoring individuals for acts of mass murder of Jewish civilians for no other reason than that they are Jewish as the PA is doing...

Not true. Palestinians only attack people who occupy their land. The fact that they are Jews is irrelevant.

Many Jews walk the streets in Palestine every day without problems.

Except, there is no Palestinian land. The Pallies rejected sovereignty when they rejected UN Res. 181 conferring statehood upon them.

Palestine was previously owned by the Ottoman Turks who lost the territory to the World War I Allies after collapse of the war.

Sovereignty was transferred to the Jews by the Palestine Mandate.

Palestine is Jewish land, not Pallie land.

PWNED, again.
 

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Of course, it is not true that Stern, who was killed in 1942 by British police while in custody, or the organization he headed, Lehi, targeted any Arab or British families while it was under his leadership. Under Stern's leadership, Lehi targeted only British colonial officials and Jewish officials who supported Britain's colonial policies after the 1939 British white paper that effectively gave control of all decisions regarding Jewish immigration and statehood to Arab leaders in a tacit act of capitulation to the Arab uprising of the mid 1930's. Under Stern's leadership, Lehi targeted no Arab officials.

While Stern and Lehi were called terrorists by the British and by much of the Jewish leadership, such as the Jewish Agency and Haganah, at the time, clearly there is a qualitative difference between killing British colonial officials and Jewish officials who supported and implemented British policies, as Stern and Lehi did, and killing as many Jewish civilians as possible for no other reasons than that they are Jewish, as the terrorists the PA are currently honoring and whose acts of mass murder of Jews the PA is currently celebrating. In modern parlance, Stern and Lehi would be more properly called militants or guerrillas than terrorists.

In the Lavon affair, although ill conceived and a costly failure, no people were targeted and none were injured, and which occurred in the context of an active state of war between Egypt and Israel in which attacks from Egypt were a nearly daily occurrence. Honoring the agents, but not the leaders, who carried out this mission with bravery is very different from honoring individuals for acts of mass murder of Jewish civilians for no other reason than that they are Jewish as the PA is doing and as the US condemning.

...is very different from honoring individuals for acts of mass murder of Jewish civilians for no other reason than that they are Jewish as the PA is doing...

Not true. Palestinians only attack people who occupy their land. The fact that they are Jews is irrelevant.

Many Jews walk the streets in Palestine every day without problems.

Except, there is no Palestinian land. The Pallies rejected sovereignty when they rejected UN Res. 181 conferring statehood upon them.

Palestine was previously owned by the Ottoman Turks who lost the territory to the World War I Allies after collapse of the war.

Sovereignty was transferred to the Jews by the Palestine Mandate.

Palestine is Jewish land, not Pallie land.

PWNED, again.

Israeli propaganda. Israel has no land.
 

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Not true. Palestinians only attack people who occupy their land. The fact that they are Jews is irrelevant.

Many Jews walk the streets in Palestine every day without problems.

Except, there is no Palestinian land. The Pallies rejected sovereignty when they rejected UN Res. 181 conferring statehood upon them.

Palestine was previously owned by the Ottoman Turks who lost the territory to the World War I Allies after collapse of the war.

Sovereignty was transferred to the Jews by the Palestine Mandate.

Palestine is Jewish land, not Pallie land.

PWNED, again.

Israeli propaganda. Israel has no land.

And, you are unable to factually refute me.

You are PWNED, Forum Dunce. :clap2:
 

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Except, there is no Palestinian land. The Pallies rejected sovereignty when they rejected UN Res. 181 conferring statehood upon them.

Palestine was previously owned by the Ottoman Turks who lost the territory to the World War I Allies after collapse of the war.

Sovereignty was transferred to the Jews by the Palestine Mandate.

Palestine is Jewish land, not Pallie land.

PWNED, again.

Israeli propaganda. Israel has no land.

And, you are unable to factually refute me.

You are PWNED, Forum Dunce. :clap2:

Resolution 181 changed nothing.

The Ottoman Empire ruled the people. The people owned the land.

The Palestine Mandate flopped. That is why there was another attempt with resolution 181. That flopped too.

Palestine is owned by its native inhabitants. Some Muslims, some Christians, some Jews.
 

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Killing an enemy army is not terrorism
good
thank you foolish for your answer.

in other side, killing 1300 civilians in Gaza is terrorism.

Hamas targets Israeli non-combatants, which is terrorism.
thank you again my dear crackpot!

so Lehi and Stern gang who massacred many arabs in villages and got Nazi contacts are terrorists
Lehi (group) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
 

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it's ALWAYS different and acceptable if a jew does it, say marc39.

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Killing an enemy army is not terrorism
good
thank you foolish for your answer.

in other side, killing 1300 civilians in Gaza is terrorism.

Half that number were Hamas militants, birdbrain. PWNED.

The other half were unintentional civilian casualties. PWNED, again.

so Lehi and Stern gang who massacred many arabs in villages and got Nazi contacts are terrorists
Lehi (group) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

The Arabs started the massacres of Jews in 1920. What goes around, comes around.

PWNED, once, again.
 

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Israeli propaganda. Israel has no land.

And, you are unable to factually refute me.

You are PWNED, Forum Dunce. :clap2:

Resolution 181 changed nothing.

The Ottoman Empire ruled the people. The people owned the land.

The Palestine Mandate flopped. That is why there was another attempt with resolution 181. That flopped too.

Palestine is owned by its native inhabitants. Some Muslims, some Christians, some Jews.

Wrong, again, peabrain. Palestine was owned by the Ottoman Sultanate. The Pallies were tenant farmers who leased the land, known as "miri", from the state. Ultimately, the land reverted back to the state.

Small parcels of "mulk" land were owned by wealthy Arabs who lived outside of Palestine, in Lebanon, Egypt and Syria, which was sold to immigrating Jews.

The Palestine Mandate remains intact under Article 80 of the UN Charter.

Thus, once, again, you're proven to be the Forum Dunce.
 
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