Palestine – Silent no more….

“Americans are responsible for the creation of a gangster state headed by an utterly unscrupulous set of leaders,” – Sir John Troutbek in a letter to the foreign secretary Ernest Bevin, on June 02, 1948 – as quoted by professor Avi Shlaim.

Today, hoping, not to be called “an anti-Semite” – I am going to post the views of non-Muslim religious scholars, academics, historians, politicians, etc. to prove beyond doubt that the FACTS are not how the ‘Islamophobe’ Zionist propaganists want us to believe. Furthermore, I can assure the readers that I may have more Semitic blood in my body than the vast majority of Zionist Jews, who happen to be Khazarian Turks.

“US State Department doesn’t recognize a legal-political relationship based of religious identification of American citizens. It doesn’t in any way discriminate among American citizens upon the basis of religion. Accordingly, it should be clear that the Department of State doesn’t regard the “Jewish people” concept as a concept of international law (meaning no state for Jewish people only),” – Phillips Talbot, Assisstant Secretary in a letter to Rabbi Elmer Berger, president American Council for Judaism.

“The Roman Empire did not expel all of the Jews from Palestine. Many Jews stayed and later converted to Christianity and then to Islam. Many of the original inhabitants both before the creation of ancient Israel, the Philistines and Canaanites, and after ancient Israel and Judea fell, the Jews, remained in Palestine. The direct descendants of these inhabitants are the true owners of the land. Furthermore they held the legal deeds to their property until it was stolen from them by the Zionists using various legal pretexts,” – Edward C. Corrigan, a Canadian immigration lawyer, in Zionist Distortion of History.

“When you read the history of Israel from objective sources, you discover that it is an outlaw state, created by the powers that be by stealing the land from its original inhabitants and systematically, exterminating them ever since,” – John Kaminski.

“As Israel brutalizes Palestinians, it brutalizes its own people. You cannot occupy another people and engage in violence against them at this scale without doing even greater damage to your own soul. The high incidence of violent crimes committed by veterans returning from combat duty in Iraq is but one example of how the violence of occupation and war eat away at people’s moral center. While in the US only a small fraction of the population participates in war; in Israel, most able-bodied men end up participating. The effects of the latest violence perpetrated against Palestinians upon the collective Israeli soul is incalculable; the notion that it can survive as an “ethnocracy” – favoring one ethnic group, Jews, yet by and large democratic – is becoming a fiction,” – professor Mark LeVine in Who will save Israel from itself?.

“Killing civilians is a gross violation of international humanitarian law. This law applies to Israel as much as it does to Hamas, but Israel’s entire record is one of unbridled and unremitting brutality toward the inhabitants of Gaza. Following the Hamas seizure of power, Israel clamped an economic blockade of Gaza, closing all its border crossings and allowing no movement between Gaza and the West Bank. Even after Egypt brokered a ceasefire in June 2008, Israel refused to lift the blockade. Israel prevented any exports from leaving the Strip in clear violation of a 2005 accord, leading to a sharp drop in employment opportunities. Officially, 49.1 percent of the population is unemployed,” – professor Avi Shlaim, University of Oxford, in ‘War Against Hamas: Rhetoric and Reality, February 2009.

“Members of the Zionist ruling elite and their clandestine terrorist enforcers–the Jewish Agency, Hagana, Irgun and the Stern Gang–began to exert every possible terrorist means to dominate Palestine . Their strategy was simple: the more respectable Zionist establishment would take the “high road” and officially disavow terrorism. Meanwhile, Zionist terrorists would commit any crime needed to disrupt British occupation and to panic Arabs into flight. The Encyclopedia of the Palestine Problem, available in most university libraries, documents from British records more than five hundred violent or terrorist incidents against Palestinians and the British occupation between 1939 and 1948.  These included bombings, booby traps and landmines, kidnappings and torture of prisoners, bank robberies, murders of Arabs, and assassinations of police and British officials,” – Rev. Ted Pike.

“On January 17, 2009, Israel called for a cease fire but said it would “remain in Gaza.” It appears that Israel’s plans for Gaza are to turn it into an Israeli colony in the near-term and merge it into the Israeli state in the far-term. Israeli settlers are already chomping at the bit to return to their former enclaves in Gaza. No surprise here, for the rogue state of Israel has been engaged in a takeover of all Arab-owned lands since its Zionist foundation at the turn of the 20th century,” – Brother Nathanael Kapner.

“Oh little town of Bethlehem,
How still we see thee lie.
A wall is laid where tourists stayed,
And tanks go rolling by … ” – Deborah Fink, a Jewish singer and music teacher in London (UK).

“I should much rather see reasonable agreement with the Arabs on the basis of living together in peace than the creation of a Jewish state. Apart from the practical considerations, my awareness of the essential nature of Judaism resists the idea of a Jewish state with borders, an army, and a measure of temporal power no matter how modest. I am afraid of the inner damage of Judaism will sustain – especially from the development of a narrow nationalism within our own ranks, against which we have already had to fight without a Jewish state,” – Albert Einstein in ‘Out of My Later Years’.

“This ‘love of the Jews’ would appear to me, since I am myself Jewish, as something rather suspect. I cannot love myself or anything which I know is part and parcel of my own person. To clarify this, let me tell you of a conversation I had in Israel with a prominent political personality who was defending the – in my opinion disastrous – non-separation of religion and state in Israel. What [she] said – I am not sure of the exact words any more – ran something like this: ‘You will understand that, as a socialist, I, of course, do not believe in God; I believe in the Jewish people.’ I found this a shocking statement and, being too shocked, I did not reply at the time. But I could have answered: the greatness of this people was once that it believed in God, and believed in Him in such a way that its trust and love towards Him was greater than its fear. And now this people believes only in itself? What good can come out of that? Well, in this sense I do not ‘love’ the Jews, nor do I ‘believe’ in them; I merely belong to them as a matter of course, beyond dispute or argument,” – Hannah Arendt, a Zionist author in ‘The Jewish Writings’.

“Israel is not a nice country. It’s a powerful police state founded on pathological paranoia with only a veneer of civility, carefully crafted and maintained for the consumption of those who still believe in the myth of Israeli democracy. Palestinian citizen of Israel live under an arbitrary and brutal police state. Their dealing with Israeli bureaucracy are not just frustrating but can be outright dangerous,” – Avigail Abarbanel, a native-born Israeli Jew.

“Lebanon’s people know what every Israeli old enough to remember knows – that in the vision of Ben Gurion, Israel’s founding leader, Israel’s border should be “natural”, that is – the Jordan river in the East, and the Litani river of Lebanon in the north. In 1967, Israel gained control over the Jordan river, in the occupied Palestinian land, but all its attempts to establish the Litani border have failed so far,” – Professor Tanya Reinhart, Tel Aviv University.

“In the days and weeks following the tragedies on 9/11, the discussion of relationship between the US and Israel and its revelance to day’s events were carefully kept out of the media mainstream. Anyone at the time who (rightfully and logically so) brought up for discussion was quieted down in hurry, for fear that people may begin to question the propriety of an alliance that has up to that day been kept sacrosanct. Had American began to consider their association with Israel and cause and effect circumstances as pertain to that day’s events, they also might have learned of important events in the history of that relationship, such as those concerning the attack on USS Liberty, Israeli espionage against the US for the benefit of America’s enemies, and a whole host of other embarrassing tidbits that may have jeapordized the stability of what has been (at least to Israel) a fruitful and lucrative situation. But on more simple level, Americans who took their Christian faith seriously might have also run into upsetting items involving religious sentiments, a topic willingly discussed when it demonizes Muslims, but carefully avoided when it embarrasses Jews…..” Mark Glenn, US Christian author.

“It’s really not difficult to understand why Benedict XVI is encouraging enemity between the Catholics and Muslims. All you have to ask is: cui bono (who benefits)? The Zionists, of course. The Catholic Church was always their biggest enemy. So naturally the Jews were going to do anything and everything to get it under their control. It took almost 2,000 years, but it finally happened in 1958. The Jews pulled off a coup d’eglise with the election of Freemason Angelo Roncalli (John XXIII, whose mother was a Polish Jew)) to the Papacy. Immediately upon his election, the media began calling Roncalli “Good Pope John”. Be carefull when the Jewish controlled media praises someone, especially a Catholic, that means that person is working for them….” – Joanna Francis, a Catholic women-right-activist.

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