The Yemeni Shia group not only uses similar propaganda by calling for death to America, Israel, and publicly cursing all Jews in what can only be described as anti-Semitic hatred, but has received extensive Iranian financial and military support.
ollowing the United Nations Resolution 181, also known as the United Nations Partition Plan for Palestine, on November 29, 1947, which called for establishing two states in Palestine, an Arab and a Jewish one, the only fact that has materialized on the ground today is a Jewish state for Israeli Jews.
’ In recent decades, the Zionist Israeli collective has been deeply influenced by the growing power of religious Israeli Jews.
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Can we hear the story of who you are and how your engagement in the Israeli-Palestinian predicament has started in your own words? My grandparents were Orthodox Jews and immigrants to the U.
” A 2018 Israeli Democracy Institute survey showed that “approximately 64 percent of Israeli Jews aged 18-34 identify as right-wing, compared to 47 percent of those 35 and older.
Whereas Hindu nationalists seek to transform India into a Hindu Rashtra (nation), one absent non-Hindu religious minorities, but particularly Muslims, Zionism aims to cleanse the Palestinian Territories of non-Jews, but particularly Muslims.
Jews deserve to live in peace in their God-sanctioned lands, he tells himself, and Israel should do whatever it takes to ensure this.
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Read: Sheikh Jarrah: A Third Palestinian Intifada Is Now a Stone’s Throw Away“In the entire area between the Mediterranean Sea and the Jordan River, the Israeli regime implements laws, practices and state violence designed to cement the supremacy of one group – Jews - over another - Palestinians,” B’tselem’s report, entitled “A Regime of Jewish Supremacy from the Jordan River to the Mediterranean Sea: This is Apartheid”, read.
Before the Israeli occupation of Jerusalem in 1948 and 1967, the city had always been an example of religious co-existence where Muslims, Christians, and Jews lived peacefully for centuries.
In more than 900 small communities in Israel, admission committees allow Jews to live there, but not Palestinian citizens of the country.
Despite historical antagonism between Catholics and Jews in Latin America, the Messianic belief that the Second Coming is only possible once Palestine falls under Jewish control drives evangelical political support for Israel.
Conversely, many do-gooders in the West perceive Palestine merely as a humanitarian crisis that can be solved by development aid for poor Palestinians, or as one requiring “conflict resolution” interventions where Jews and Arabs hug each other in workshops, and all is well.
And what better timing than to claim falsely that Jews, Christians, and Muslims “co-exist together in peace” in Israel? Once, however, certain Palestinians step out of this zone designated by Netanyahu’s government, they become unwanted others and a fifth column who deserve to be arrested and harassed.
Naftali Bennet and his followers believe that Israel comes first, and that Jews have rights that supersede those of anyone else residing in historic Palestine.
” In short, today’s France instead of creating a multi-religious and multicultural country, a model of integration that will accept Muslims’ differences, which could in turn reinforce their sense of belonging to the republic, it replicates the former attitude towards Jews this time against Muslims in the 21st century.
Once you’re able to see the unmistakable credibility and consistency of this Israeli tale of the “Promised Land” – a view rejected even by many Jews – you will get plenty of food for thought to sedate your conscience.
Gulf regimes, particularly the Saudis, blindly believe that the way to Washington begins in Tel-Aviv “because Jews control the world” as one Saudi diplomat once told the present author on the condition of anonymity.
The Jews pride themselves on never forgetting the years that they were at one point in Palestine and use this to justify their right to go back and occupy the land.