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  • Question: Which one (if any) are you more inclined to side with? (Give reasons)
  • Israel - 49 (30.2%)
  • Palestine - 113 (69.8%)
  • Total Voters: 162

 Topic: Pro Israel or Pro Palestine?

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  • Pro Israel or Pro Palestine?
     Reply #1110 - January 07, 2018, 01:55 PM

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qC9OGs6PrPU

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/James_Traficant

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LjTdpqTsqZ8

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qC9OGs6PrPU

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YNEc_oGy-f4

    https://www.adl.org/blog/deceased-congressman-had-ties-to-anti-semitic-anti-government-groups

    interesting

    Do not let silence become your legacy  
    I renounced my faith to become a kafir, 
    the beloved betrayed me and turned in to  a Muslim
     
  • Pro Israel or Pro Palestine?
     Reply #1111 - January 20, 2018, 07:27 AM

    My goodness gracious ....this lady terrorizing every one,,,,,very aggressive

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MurYjlDOP0Q

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dbkXE0qh4E8

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JEaA5yQ9Ypg

    Do not let silence become your legacy  
    I renounced my faith to become a kafir, 
    the beloved betrayed me and turned in to  a Muslim
     
  • Pro Israel or Pro Palestine?
     Reply #1112 - January 22, 2018, 04:44 PM

    i am inclined to both i got soft corner for both for different reasons to me israel has the right to exist and the way they have been persecuted in the past and judged in modern world is not fair i suppose they are over all minority kinda 0.2% and they have the right to defend and in known history they way they give right muslims christians and jews to practice they religion with in their country was never there before and when it comes to palestine the loss of life and aggression they face is terrible as a human they have a right to have peace without further invasion i hope these countries come together and sort their issues out throught peacefull process not through violence cuz jesus is not goan come hes a cunt hes gonna hes game over
  • Pro Israel or Pro Palestine?
     Reply #1113 - April 21, 2018, 12:04 PM

    Natalie Portman clarifies why she dropped out of the 'Jewish Nobel' award ceremony  says news   
     
           
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    Actress Natalie Portman has snubbed a prestigious prize known as the “Jewish Nobel,” saying she did not want her attendance to be seen as an endorsement of Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.

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    Portman was to have received the award in Israel in June and said in a statement issued early Saturday that her reasons for skipping the ceremony had been mischaracterized by others, and she is not part of the BDS, a Palestinian-led global movement of boycott, divestment and sanctions against Israel.


    News of Portman’s decision to skip the event triggered an angry backlash Friday from some in the country’s political establishment.

    That was due to reports that Portman through a representative had told the Genesis Prize Foundation she was experiencing “extreme distress” over attending its ceremony and would “not feel comfortable participating in any public events in Israel.”

    Portman’s statement said her decision had been mischaracterized.

    “Let me speak for myself. I chose not to attend because I did not want to appear as endorsing Benjamin Netanyahu, who was to be giving a speech at the ceremony,” she wrote.

    “Like many Israelis and Jews around the world, I can be critical of the leadership in Israel without wanting to boycott the entire nation. I treasure my Israeli friends and family, Israeli food, books, art, cinema, and dance.’”

    She asked people to “not take any words that do not come directly from me as my own.”

    Israel faces some international criticism over its use of lethal force in response to mass protests along the Gaza border led by the Islamic militant group that rules the territory.

    One Israeli lawmaker warned that Portman’s decision is a sign of eroding support for Israel among young American Jews.

     well  some good  news   but  not good enough

    Do not let silence become your legacy  
    I renounced my faith to become a kafir, 
    the beloved betrayed me and turned in to  a Muslim
     
  • Pro Israel or Pro Palestine?
     Reply #1114 - May 04, 2018, 01:48 PM

    Dareen Tatour: Israeli Arab poet convicted of incitement  says BBC NEWS
      
     

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    A court in Israel has convicted an Israeli Arab poet of inciting violence and supporting a terrorist organisation over comments she made on social media. Dareen Tatour was arrested in 2015 in connection with three posts, including a video of her reading one of her poems - Resist, My People, Resist Them - set over footage of protesters.

    She said her poem was misunderstood and that she did not call for violence.
      
      PEN International, an association of writers, condemned the verdict. It believes Tatour was "targeted for her poetry and peaceful activism".  "Dareen Tatour has been convicted for doing what writers do every day - we use our words to peacefully challenge injustice," said the group's president, Jennifer Clement. "PEN will continue to call for justice in this case." Tatour, 36, was arrested in October 2015 and spent several months in prison before being placed under house arrest in January 2016.

    She was initially confined to a flat in the city of Tel Aviv and her movements restricted because Israeli authorities deemed her a "threat to public safety". She was later permitted to return to her family home in Reineh near Nazareth, but the house arrest continued in various forms until the end of her trial and she was not allowed to use mobile phones or access the internet.

    Tatour was charged in connection with three posts that appeared at the start of a wave of deadly stabbing, shooting and car-ramming attacks on Israelis by Palestinians or Israeli Arabs. The first was a video featuring her reciting a poem and footage appearing to show Palestinian protesters throwing stones at Israeli security forces.

    The poem includes the lines: "Resist, my people, resist them. / Resist the settler's robbery / And follow the caravan of martyrs."  The indictment said the poem's "content, its exposure and the circumstances of its publication created a real possibility that acts of violence or terrorism will be committed".

    But Tatour insisted the poem had been mistranslated and misinterpreted. "They didn't understand my poem," Tatour told Reuters news agency last year. "There is no call for violence. There is a struggle, they cast it as violent."

    Tatour was also convicted over another post that prosecutors said expressed support for the Palestinian militant group Islamic Jihad - which is designated a terrorist group by Israel, the US and UK - and for a new Palestinian "intifada", or uprising, against the Israeli occupation.

    The third post was a photo of an Israeli Arab woman who was shot and wounded by Israeli police after she brandished a knife. It was captioned: "I am the next martyr."

    Following her conviction, the Haaretz newspaper quoted Tatour as saying: "My trial ripped off the masks. "The whole world will hear my story. The whole world will hear what Israel's democracy is. A democracy for Jews only. Only Arabs go to jail."

    The court said I am convicted of terrorism. If that's my terrorism, " I give the world a terrorism of love."

                            
                      
    well that is the news     let us watch her  and her case carefully and  Israeli Govt  MUST KNOW that world is watching   it  on this case   .,   Indeed what she said is true  ..

    "Love,  Unconditional Love terrifies those  who  does't  understand it "
     ..

     Anyway  I must read her and her poems and I  hope her actions, her writings and her poems speaks about that  "'Unconditional Love""    and it is worth remembering  Xiaobo Liu   an his words                           
         
    “Freedom of expression is the foundation of human rights,
     the source of humanity, and the mother of truth.
    To strangle freedom of speech is to trample on human rights, stifle humanity,
    and suppress truth.”

    ―Xiaobo Liu― 

    Do not let silence become your legacy  
    I renounced my faith to become a kafir, 
    the beloved betrayed me and turned in to  a Muslim
     
  • Pro Israel or Pro Palestine?
     Reply #1115 - May 04, 2018, 10:56 PM

    I tend to think of myself as neutral but I’m more leaning to Israel, based on the fact Palestinians and Arabs don’t want any form of peace and are not willing to coexist normally.
  • Pro Israel or Pro Palestine?
     Reply #1116 - June 30, 2018, 03:34 PM

    Does Kushner really believe Palestinians will trade their dignity for cash?

     
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    IS there no humiliation left for the Palestinians? After Oslo, after the “two state solution”, after the years of Israeli occupation — of “Area A” and “Area C” to define which kind of occupation the Palestinians must live under — after the vast Jewish colonisation of land thieved from its Arab owners, after the mass killings of Gaza, and Trump’s decision that Jerusalem, all of Jerusalem, must be the capital of Israel, are the Palestinians going to be asked to settle for cash and a miserable village? Is there no shame left?

    For the Palestinians are soon to be awarded the “ultimate deal” — “ultimate”, as in the last, definitive, terminal, conclusive, no-more-cards-to-play, cash-in-your-chips, go-for-broke, take-it-or-leave-it, to-hell-with-you, cease-and-desist, endgame “deal”. A pitiful village as a capital, no end to colonisation, no security, no army, no independent borders, no unity — in return for a huge amount of money, billions of dollars and euros, millions of pounds, zillions of dinars and shekels and spondulicks and filthy lucre, the real “moolah”.

    “I believe,” quoth Crown Prince Kushner this week, “that Palestinian people are less invested in the politicians’ talking points than they are in seeing how a deal will give them and their future generations new opportunities, more and better paying jobs and prospects for a better life.”

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    Is Trump’s son-in-law — “adviser” on the Middle East, real estate developer and US investor — delusional? After three Arab-Israeli wars, tens of thousands of Palestinian deaths and millions of refugees, does Jared Kushner really believe that the Palestinians will settle for cash?


    Did he not notice — ever — that the Palestinians who have protested and suffered and died and lost their lands for 70 years, have not been demonstrating in their streets for better roads, duty free zones or another airport? Does he think that the people of Gaza have come on to their streets and marched towards the lethal border fence because they are demanding new prenatal clinics? How can he humiliate an entire Arab people by suggesting that their freedom, sovereignty, independence, dignity, justice and nationhood are merely “politicians’ talking points”? Is there no end to this insanity?

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    No, there is not. For the drip-feed of detail which is emerging about the Trump-Kushner “ultimate deal” in Israeli newspapers — the venerable Haaretz in the lead — is that Palestinians will have to abandon East Jerusalem as the capital of a future “Palestine”, that Israel will withdraw from a handful of villages east and north of Jerusalem — the measly Abu Dis among them — to create a Potemkin “capital”, but will remain forever in the Old City. That a Palestinian state will be completely demilitarised (so much for “security”), but that every Jewish colony constructed illegally on Arab land — for Jews and Jews only — will remain, and that Israel will control the entire Jordan Valley. Right of return? Forget it.

    And all this for billions of dollars in infrastructure projects, a free trade zone at Al Arish in the Sinai, an outpouring of money into the West Bank, a new Palestinian leadership — out would go corrupt, arrogant, senile, dictatorial Mahmoud Abbas whose leadership has “no ideas” and has made no “efforts with prospects of success” (this latter from Kushner, of course) in favour of a new and pragmatic man who will (here more delusional thinking) be even more pliant, peace-loving and grovelling than Abbas himself.


    All this nonsense depends on the largesse of Saudi Arabia — whose bungling crown prince appears to be arguing with his kingly father, who does not want to abandon the original Saudi initiative for a Palestinian state with Jerusalem as its capital — and the feebleness of King Abdullah of Jordan, whose country’s IMF-imposed financial suffering has provoked unprecedented riots and the fall of his government, and the support of Egypt’s field marshal/president who will supposedly be happy to impose law and financial benefits on the Egyptian-Gaza border. Oh yes, and there will be no real contact between Gaza and the West Bank. Hamas has been forgotten, it seems.

    ..........................................
    By arrangement with The Independent

    Published in Dawn, June 30th, 2018

    well read the rest at link.... But  that picture is missing Caliph  ............  I only see his daughter....

    Do not let silence become your legacy  
    I renounced my faith to become a kafir, 
    the beloved betrayed me and turned in to  a Muslim
     
  • Pro Israel or Pro Palestine?
     Reply #1117 - October 08, 2018, 04:37 PM

    Still a refugee, 70 years on_ Palestine   bbc media news

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    Donald Trump says he has a peace plan that will solve the Arab-Israeli conflict for good, he calls it the "deal of the century".  But Palestinian refugees living in neighbouring countries fear they are not going to be part of it – particularly those in Lebanon.

    With restricted work and property rights, there are few options for them outside returning home. So after 70 years of waiting, and four generations, what does it mean now to be a Palestinian refugee?

    The BBC’s Paul Adams travelled to Burg Al-Barajneh camp in Beirut to meet them.


    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WuZrD5JjfXA

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zWxSzhJ3jC8

    Palestinian Refugees: Refugees in Jordan 
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EhaK3KZ09_0

    Palestinian refugees in Lebanon
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2BYk0VkdYIQ

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2BYk0VkdYIQ
    Lebanon's Palestinian refugee camps

    It seems UNO trying to do some good around the globe actually increased the problems to many conflicts since 2nd world war..

    Do not let silence become your legacy  
    I renounced my faith to become a kafir, 
    the beloved betrayed me and turned in to  a Muslim
     
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