Tuesday, April 20, 2010

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Zionists Kicked Palestinian Arabs Out Of Palestine? Why Do You Think Arabs Came In The First Place?

Posted: 20 Apr 2010 11:02 AM PDT

In an article, In a nutshell: Why eastern Jerusalem, and Judea and Samaria are Jewish, Arlene Kushner writes: Claims by Palestinian Arabs that they were an indigenous people, on the land for many generations, is also a misrepresentation. There is solid documentation for the fact that a substantial part of this group, identified only as part of the Arab nation, migrated into Palestine in the years shortly before the founding of Israel. One source of documentation is The Late Great State Of Israel: How Enemies Within and Without Threaten the Jewish Nation's Survival , by Aaron Klein. Below is...

Actually i think that israel hears the palestinians loud and clear

Posted: 20 Apr 2010 03:33 AM PDT

In one of those "I'm so sophisticated because I can see through all the pettiness" articles, last week Ethan Bronner wrote about how the Mideast Land Conflict Now Includes Street Signs. The article deals with the Palestinians naming various streets after terrorists. In his opening paragraph Bronner wrote: A city project marking every street name and house number in this temporary Palestinian capital has stirred an international dispute and exposed yet again how the Israelis and Palestinians live in sealed narrative bubbles and seem almost incapable of hearing one another. "Narrative bubble?" Pray tell, what could he be referring to?...

Raining on israel's parade

Posted: 20 Apr 2010 03:02 AM PDT

Aside from some of his odd labeling (Even Ari Shavit doesn't consider himself a centrist; he is a self described leftist. Just because he sometimes veers from his comrades' orthodoxy doesn't make him a centrist.) Ethan Bronner's "celebration" of Israel's 62nd birthday is rather gloomy. So there is nothing new or unusual about Israelis' marking their collective accomplishments with sorrow and concern. It happens all the time, especially among those on the political left who are angry that Israel's occupation of the Palestinians shows no sign of ending. But there is something about the mood this year that feels darker...

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