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(WASHINGTON DC) - More than 75% of the entire Palestinian population was driven outside of their homes and kicked out of their land and denied their rights of return to their homeland.

The remaining 25% of Palestinians live as second class citizens in the illegal state of Israel or under a brutal military occupation in the West Bank and Gaza.

While world powers support the crimes committed by Israel, we, the people of the world, support the Palestinian people's struggle for freedom and equal rights.

Boycott Israeli goods and oppose Israeli occupation, racism, brutality against the indigenous of the land. Boycott Apartheid, Boycott Israel.

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Our readers already know how feels about this ongoing injustice that has taken place unchecked for nearly seven decades. It isn't about religion, it is about suffocation of a people.

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Jewish soldiers looting whatever that was left behind from the Almalha village after terrorizing and driving its Palestinian inhabitants out. 6/1/1949, Palestine.

Feb. 17, 1997. Arrest of a seven year old Palestinian boy

This photo was posted on the personal Instagram account of Mor Ostrovski, a 20-year old Israeli soldier in a sniper unit. The image is simply dehumanizing. It embodies the idea that Palestinian children are targets. This is the generation of terrorists israel is brainwashing its youth to become. 




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Prof. Taheri March 6, 2013 8:01 pm (Pacific time)

Apartheid is a legal system of segregation and subjugation, based on the doctrine that the subjugated race in the inferior one. In Israel, a Palestinian is sitting on the Israeli Supreme Court: Justice Salim Joubran, a former lecturer at the Law Faculty at the University of Haifa. Justice Joubran was preceded by another Palestinian, Justice Abdel Rahman Zuabi. At the end of 2011, Justice Joubran was one of three justices who upheld the conviction of Israel’s former president, Moshe Katzav, a Jew. Other Palestinian notables in Israel include Israeli Ambassador Ali Yahya, Deputy Minister of Health Nawaf Massalha, Israeli beauty queen Rana Raslan, Israeli Minister Raleb Majadele, Israeli police Lieutenant-General Jamal Hakrush, Professor Majd el-Haj, the dean of research at Haifa University, and more. Palestinian citizens of Israel have more rights than Palestinians do in any other Arab country. These rights, equal to those of the Jews, are protected by multiple layers of Israeli law. The Jews don’t consider the Palestinian a different race, but a fellow Semitic nation that wants to destroy them. Nevertheless, Israel is the safest place in the Middle East for a Muslim (Sunni, Shiite or other) to worship, and for a Christian and a homosexual to exist. There is scant evidence to suggest that this would have been the case had there been no Israel. Brigitte Gabriel (a.k.a. Nour Saman), A Lebanese woman, whose mother was hospitalized in Israel, remembered: “I was amazed that the Israelis were providing medical treatment to Palestinian and Muslim gunmen...These Palestinians and Muslims were sworn, mortal enemies, dedicated to the destruction of Israel and the slaughter of Jews. Yet, Israeli doctors and nurses worked feverishly to save their lives. Each patient was treated solely according to the nature of his or her injury. The doctor treated my mother before he treated an Israeli soldier lying next to her because her injury was more severe than his. The Israelis did not see religion, political affiliation, or nationality. They saw only people in need, and they helped.” In Apartheid South Africa the whites did not act out of self defense, against a mortal enemy who threatened to exterminate them. The whites subjugated the blacks purely because of racial ideology. According to Malcolm Hedding, a South African Ordained Minister, “Apartheid was a totalitarian system of governance, not unlike those of the Arab world today… There is absolutely nothing equivalent to this in the dispute that rages between the Palestinians and Israel today. Arabs, Jews, Christians and Palestinians share the same shopping malls, benches, hospitals, theatres, and in many cases, suburbs… The truth is the Apartheid accusation is just another smokescreen in the war against Israel! I should know it because I grew up in Apartheid South Africa.” According to Rhoda Kadalie, and Julia Bertelsmann, black South Africans academics whose families fought against apartheid, “Arab citizens of Israel can vote and serve in the Knesset; black South Africans could not vote until 1994. There are no laws in Israel that discriminate against Arab citizens or separate them from Jews. Unlike the United Kingdom, Greece, and Norway, Israel has no state religion, and it recognizes Arabic as one of its official languages.” As Ishmael Khaldi, a Palestinian deputy consul of Israel in the US put it, “If Israel were an apartheid state, I would not have been appointed here, nor would I have chosen to take upon myself this duty.” As one who is truly concerned about Palestinian welfare, I would spent less time inventing lies about the Jews, and more time speaking out about Palestinian suffering whether in Palestine (under Israel, Fatah, or Hamas), or elsewhere in the region, as in Syria, where thousands of Palestinians are now facing death. Far from leading to peace, smearing Israel as an apartheid state will only lead to more hatred and strife, and may lead to events such as the ones brilliantly depicted in Jonathan Bloomfield’s award-winning book, “Palestine,” in which actual history and future predictions are thinly veiled as fiction.

Anonymous March 6, 2013 7:59 pm (Pacific time)

The Arabs of Palestine fled at the urging and fear mongering of their own leaders, who promised that after the Jews were wiped out they could return. You can listen to their testimonies—their very own words—on youtube: watch?v=FuGqpFxogRg ; watch?v=cn4r7ZjG9Nc . There was no ethnic cleansing. In contrast, no Jewish leader told the 850,000 Jews in Arab countries to move out temporarily so the Arabs in their lands can be exterminated, and then they can return. And in many of these lands, e.g., Mesopotamia, the Jews predated the Arabs by more than 1,200 years. These Jewish refugees were absorbed by Israel, unlike their 750,000 Arab counterparts who fled Palestine and were refused settlement and rights among their very own Arab brethren. By 1950, “Saturday” was largely complete. The Jews were gone. Today “Sunday” is taking place, and Christians are fleeing Arab lands in droves. As the current Arab saying goes, “After Saturday comes Sunday.” Palestinians could have stayed if they had not listened to the exaggerated scare stories of Hazam Nusseibeh and Hussayn Khalidi of the Higher Arab Executive, who had actually intended with their horror stories to draw in more Arabs to the fight. The Jews in the Arab countries could NOT have stayed. It was either fleeing as refugees (and losing an untold fortune that had been built over many generations) or facing death. They fled. They lost all their land, business and property, and became penniless refugees in Israel.

How much do they pay you to write that Professor Taheri?  Any reason you listed your name before and not now?  Just curious, thanks.

Lisa Spaulding March 4, 2013 6:40 pm (Pacific time)

I totally agree with you Lance Thruster. Zionists and their stooges try to dismiss truth-tellers in the most reprehensible manner, up to and including threats of violence. Truth needs no army of thugs to establish it; only lies need enforcers.

LanceThruster March 4, 2013 6:00 pm (Pacific time)

I grew up with the conventional wisdom believing that the Israelis were the "white hats" and that the Palestinians/Arabs/Muslims were the "black hats." After 9/11, I wanted to know more about the conflict in the ME. I came to the realization that the narrative was totally one-sided. I largely credit many outstanding Jewish voices (my close friend Bernie the Attorney for one) for opening my eyes. I see on a daily basis the efforts by Zionists and their stooges to dismiss truth-tellers in the most reprehensible manner, up to and including threats of violence. Truth needs no army of thugs to establish it; only lies need enforcers.

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