Earlier this month, under pressure from Zionist Jewish groups, McGraw-Hill withdrew from market the 1st edition of book , Global Politics: Engaging a Complex World, which they claimed to be anti-Israel.
That didn’t satisfy the Jewish groups, so, McGraw-Hill proceeded to destroy the remaining copies held in inventory. Why? Because it show decreasing maps of historic Palestine as result of Jewish occupation of Palestine in 1948 and its never ending expansionism since then.
The book features four maps (above) of what is now Israel, Gaza Strip and the occupied West Bank and says that it shows Palestinian loss of land from 1946 to 2000.
The book is authored by Mark A. Boyer, professor of geography at the University of Connecticut; Natalie Hudson, associate professor of political science at the University of Dayton; and Michael Butler, associate professor of political science at Clark University.
This is not the first time someone had the courage to throw the truth on faces of Zionists. For example, on April 28, 2010, Copenhagen Post reported that the Danish modern art duo Surrend, known for its political-satire-exhibits – has lined-up Berlin streets with poster titled ‘Final Solution’ – showing map of Middle East less Israel. Instead the Occupied Palestine under the Zionist-regime renamed as Ramallah. The poster was drawn by Jan Egesborg, who is Jewish, and his wife Pia Bertelsen.
In May 2013, Israel’s deputy foreign minister Zeev Elkan blasted Jewish-owned Google for showing a ‘State of Palestine’ (Gaza, West Bank, and East Jerusalem)on its World Map.
In November 2013, a kid’s book published by Scholastic Inc (USA) Wiped Israel off the map.
In January 2015, the Organized Jewry targeted Norwegian People’s Aid for sponsoring an exhibition entitled, This is Palestine, by Palestinian children living in several refugee camps in Lebanon. The exhibition displayed various maps painted by children to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the outbreak of Intifada on January 1, 1965.
I’m not surprised by the unethical action taken by McGraw-Hill. Its CEO, David Levin is a Rhodesia-born Jew, whose family migrated to Britain in 1965. Levin is chairman of the British Friends of Tel Aviv University.
“I thought about what a phenomenal institution it is. I want to be involved in combating the boycott of Israeli goods. The University represents all that is best in Israel and its potential,” Levin told Candice Krieger of UK’s Jewish Chronicle in May 2009.
Historic Palestine has history of over 5,000 years. It’s the only country in modern history that is ‘wiped off the map’ to solve Europe’s ‘Jewish Problem’ in 1948. According to Ottoman census 1914, Jews made less than 8% of population and owned 2% of land in Palestine (here).
In 1923, the victors of WWI awarded Ottoman Palestine to British colonists known as ‘Mandate Authority’ that allowed European Jews to start flooding then Muslim majority (80%) Palestine. By the time David Ben-Gurion, leader of the World Zionist Movement unilaterally declared ‘state of Israel’ on May 14, 1948, over 56.47% of historic Palestine (excluding Jerusalem city) – Jews made 33% of the population and owned less than 25% of land. Currently Jews make 80% of the Occupied Palestine and control 85% of land.
American academic Lawrence Davidson (claiming Jewish family roots) has reviewed McGraw-Hill’s so-called ‘Freedom of Press’, here.