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Extracts from: “Bosnia – Motherland of “Palestinians” by Manfred R. Lehmann and “Palestinians ‘Peoplehood’ Based on a Big Lie” by Eli E. Hertz.

Arab Palestinian nationality (which was officially forged in 1964) is an entity defined by its opposition to Zionism (the Jewish national liberation movement) and not by its national aspirations.

Like a mantra, Arabs repeatedly claim that the Palestinians are a native people of Israel. The concept of a ‘Stateless Palestinian people’ is not based on fact. It is a fabrication! The following is a chronology of an ethnic makeup of so-called Palestinians and their origin.

During Ottoman Empire.

Until the Jews began returning to the Land of Israel in increasing numbers from the late 19th century, the area called Palestine was a God-forsaken backwash that was controlled by the Ottoman Empire.

1880-84 Turkish government settles Muslim Cherkesians refugees in the Golan to ward off Bedouin robbers. Other settlers in the area include Sudanese, Algerians, Kurds…

In 1878, an Ottoman law granted lands in Palestine to the Moslem refugees from Bosnia and Herzegovina in the Carmel region, in the Galilee and in the Plain of Sharon and in Caesarea. The refugees were further attracted by l2-year tax exemptions and exemption from military service.

The same colonization policy was also directed toward Moslem refugees from Russia – particularly from the Crimea and the Caucasus. They were Cherkesians and Turkmens – leading to their settling in Abu Gosh, near Jerusalem and in the Golan Heights. Refugees from Algeria and Egypt were also settled in Jaffa, Gaza, Jericho and the Golan.

British Mandate: 1917-1947

1923 Having discovered the Golan lacks oil but that the Mosul area in northern Syria is rich in oil, the British cede the Golan to France in exchange for Mosul. At the same time the Trans-Jordan was ceded from Palestinian mandate as well and Egypt was given control of Sinai, Britain and France gain control of the Suez Canal. (82% of Jewish land was sacrificed in the process!)

In 1934 alone, 30,000 Syrian Arabs from the Hauran moved across the northern frontier into Mandate Palestine, attracted by work in and around the newly built British port and the construction of other infrastructure projects. They even dubbed Haifa Um el-Amal (‘the city of work’).

The Ottoman Turks’ census (1882) recorded only 141,000 Muslims in the Palestinian. The British census in 1922 reported 650,000 Muslims.

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Happy Hanukkah!

Hanukkah represents the Jewish national struggle for freedom. Small group of Jews liberated the Eretz-Israel from the Greek occupation. May the spirit of the Maccabees inspire the government of Israel to free all the Land of Israel from Arab occupation!

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The color green has a number of connotations; environmentally friendly; inexperienced; loaded with cash.

But I’m green with envy.

Why?

I’m jealous of the twitter relationship between blogger Elder of Ziyon and Ray Hanania.

Ray, I thought we were exclusive.

Now I find out that behind my back you are sharing your ignorant, thick-headed rants with some one else.

Notice how I’ve kept my years old promise not to call you stupid?

I miss you Ray. Don’t you follow us anymore?

I miss how you called me a well-known Muslim hater after my second post. Is there any way we can rekindle the flame we had?

It’s comforting to know that your sawdust filled cranium is still unencumbered by facts, logic or common sense.

I’d never stop loving your innocent simplicity if it didn’t condone and support terror, murder and mayhem.

I guess for you the color green is Hamas.

I love you baby, don’t ever change.

Judging Israel against perfection – a Twitter thread with Ray Hanania

 

More from Thick Headed Ray:

 

 

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By Dr. George N. Tzogopoulos

BESA Center Online Debate No. 8, March 22, 2018

Q: Following the recognition of Jerusalem as Israel’s capital by US President Donald Trump, President of the Palestinian Authority Mahmoud Abbas is counting on the EU to support his cause. In his January 2018 meeting with EU High Representative Federica Mogherini, he was assured “of the firm commitment of the EU to the two-state solution, with Jerusalem as shared capital of the two states – the State of Israel and the State of Palestine”. However, it remains questionable whether the EU has the necessary gravitas to play a catalytic political role in the peace process. BESA joins the debate by posing the question: Can Mahmoud Abbas achieve anything in Europe?

Respondents: Jonathan Schanzer, Alon Ben-Meir, Roland Freudenstein, Azriel Bermant, and Tsilla Hershco

 Jonathan Schanzer, Senior Vice President, Foundation for Defense of Democracies, Washington DC

Mahmoud Abbas has already gained quite a lot from the Europeans. He has the sympathies of the EU and the support of its Middle East negotiators. This was evident during the Obama years, as European leaders lined up behind the American president as he engaged in a campaign to isolate Israel for its settlement policy in the West Bank. It was also evident throughout Abbas’s stop-and-go “Palestine 194” campaign, during which the aging Palestinian leader sought and gained unofficial recognition of statehood at the General Assembly and a host of other UN agencies.

However, there is a limit to how much leverage Abbas can gain from Europe. This was as true during the Obama years as it is with the new administration. Abbas is learning that now as he courts the Europeans for support amidst an increasingly bitter spat with the White House over Palestinian Authority funding and transparency. The White House has the Palestinians on their heels, and the Europeans simply don’t wield enough power to change that dynamic. The more Abbas looks to the Europeans for help, the more power he is likely to lose. In the end, Washington always trumps Brussels.

Alon Ben-Meir, Professor and Senior Fellow at New York University’s Center for Global Affairs and Senior Fellow at the World Policy Institute, New York

The relationship between the EU and the PA has by and large been very positive, especially because the EU has been and continues to be the largest financial contributor to the PA. Moreover, the EU has always supported the two-state solution and has been openly critical of the occupation and the Israeli settlements, which it considers a major obstacle to peace.

Due to Trump’s recognition of Jerusalem as Israel’s capital, Abbas wrongly concluded that the US can no longer be a neutral interlocutor, which flies in the face of the reality that the US is the only country that can exact any meaningful concession from Israel to achieve peace.

Moreover, whereas the EU is sympathetic to the Palestinian stance, it can do very little to change the dynamic of the peace process on its own. Hence, it is unrealistic for the PA to hope that the EU can revive the peace negotiations, particularly because the EU has limited sway over Israel. Abbas’s requests for the European community to recognize the Palestinian state may sway some nations to do so, but that would only harden the Israeli position.

Hence, Abbas’s decision to sidestep the US will simply go nowhere. He will have to come to the table sooner or later knowing that America’s role in the peace process has been, and will continue to be, indispensable.

Roland Freudenstein, Policy Director, Wilfried Martens Centre for European Studies, Brussels

Certainly, President Trump’s decision to recognize Jerusalem as the capital of Israel has led many in Europe to side more openly with the Palestinian Authority (PA), if only to spite Trump. In that respect, it made sense for PA leader Mahmoud Abbas to visit Europe in a renewed push to get more EU member states, and maybe the EU as a whole, to recognize Palestine as a sovereign state. Alas, there are still too many in Europe who see the futility of such a recognition in the absence of a peace agreement. Such an agreement would have to include not only two sovereign states, but also comprehensive security guarantees for Israel – after several wars of annihilation waged against it from Palestinian territory as well as from neighboring Arab states.

But if there is no recognition by the whole EU, Abbas asked European leaders, could there be at least an association agreement between the EU and the PA? This again was answered negatively by most EU leaders (with the notable exception of France) precisely because Palestine is not a sovereign state, and the PA is barely in control of the West Bank and certainly not of Gaza under Hamas. So, for the moment, the only thing Abbas might have achieved is a push to increase EU financial assistance to the PA – with the well-known problems of massive corruption and incitement to terrorism which are endemic in the PA. Quite an achievement, Mr. Abbas!

Azriel Bermant, Historian and Lecturer in International Relations at Tel Aviv University and at the Rothberg International School, Hebrew University of Jerusalem. Author of Margaret Thatcher and the Middle East(2016, Cambridge University Press)

In the wake of President Trump’s announcement recognizing Jerusalem as Israel’s capital, it is understandable that Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas would head for Europe to shore up his position.  The Palestinians snubbed US VP Mike Pence during his recent trip to the Middle East, and have declared that the Americans will no longer have an exclusive role to play as a mediator. The Europeans will do what they can to save the two-state solution, and Abbas traveled to Europe well aware that he would receive the red carpet treatment. During his meeting with EU High Representative for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy Federica Mogherini in Brussels, Abbas pleaded for EU member states to recognize a Palestinian state. Slovenia may be about to do so.

If several EU member states take such a step, this would provide a short-term morale boost for the Palestinian leader. However, EU member states are divided on Israel/Palestine and Mogherini would be well aware that no progress is possible without constructive American leadership. This is in short supply at present. Europe will be unable to improve the prospects for Palestinian independence and drive negotiations forward when the minimal demands of Israelis and Palestinians are unbridgeable and the US president is busy sabotaging his own supposed deal of the century to end the conflict between Israelis and the Palestinians.

Tsilla Hershco, Research Associate, BESA Center, Bar-Ilan University

Over the years, Europe has gradually supported the upgrade of the status of the Palestinian Authority.  For instance, Europe supported Abbas’s unilateral request to grant the Palestinian Authority non-member observer state status at the UN General Assembly (November 2012).  Europe has systematically and one-sidedly condemned Israeli settlements in Judea and Samaria as a major factor in undermining the peace process, while ignoring the Palestinians’ incitements and acts of terror as a major factor that led to a deadlock in Israeli-Palestinian negotiations. Recently Europe unequivocally supported Abbas’s denunciation of Trump’s recognition of Jerusalem as Israel’s capital.

It is reasonable to assume that Europe will continue to provide economic and political support to the Palestinians as this support remains one of the few areas of agreement among the member states, who are divided on numerous major issues such as the common budget, common defense policy, immigration, counter-terrorism, etc. Concurrently, there are still prospects that France’s President Emmanuel Macron will continue to oppose unilateral moves regarding the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. Macron’s opposition to unilateral steps is significant due to his growing influence within the EU. In addition, Eastern European countries that maintain close ties with Israel are likely to oppose extreme unilateral moves such as supporting Abbas’s demand for the UN recognition of a Palestinian state.

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US Ambassador to the UN, Nikki Haley explains that a lack of Palestinian leadership is what prevents Peace.

Also see:

Palestinians? What Palestinians?

Who are the Palestinians?

Palestinians Attained ‘Failed State’ Status Even Before it Was Established

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Evidently some groups are more entitled to the right of national self-determination.

The incessant crybaby tantrums for the “Palestinians” to have this right overshadows the same right being negated or denied for the following:

Jews

Kurds

Catalans

Basques

Tibetans

Assyrians

Chaldeans

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Donald Trump: Move the Palestinians to Puerto Rico

The Donald

The Donald

NEW YORK – Billionaire Republican presidential contender Donald Trump has unveiled a controversial peace proposal for the strife-torn holy land: give the U.S. island territory of Puerto Rico to the Palestinians as compensation for surrendering to Israel.

According to the so-called “Trump Solution,” rolled out by the outspoken business magnate at a Manhattan press conference, the U.S. would fund the relocation of all four or so million Palestinians living in the West Bank and Gaza Strip to the Caribbean archipelago, and offer them “free housing, job training and a lifetime supply of deodorant.”

“It’s perfect. Puerto Rico is over 1,000 square miles bigger than the West Bank and Gaza, far more fertile, and the influx of millions of migrants will jumpstart [sic] its economic recovery,” Trump explained. “I’ll even build them an exact replica of that darn mosque they’re always killing innocent Israelis over.” Unlike native Puerto Ricans, however, the so-called “Puertostinians” would not be able to relocate to the U.S. proper if they don’t like their new homeland: “We’re overrun by Mexican criminals as it is.”

Welcome to ‘Trump Gaza’

The real estate mogul then unraveled a relabeled map of Puerto Rico, pointing to where he plans to build an adults-only mega resort on the archipelago’s second largest island, to be renamed ‘Isla De Gaza.’

“There’s a fortune to be made by fulfilling people’s jihadist sex fantasies on a Disney-scale, he said, outlining some of the main attractions of ‘Trump Gaza’: a topless ’72 Virgins Casino,’ “Safari-style” tours to mock refugee and jihadist training camps, ‘Shoot Your Own Rocket’ and ‘Dig Your Own tunnel’ workshops, ‘Catch a Zionist’ competitions, ‘Torture a POW’ sessions, as well as underground “Abu Ghraib-themed” BDSM parties. “Let the Puertostinians both preserve and profit from their native culture,” Trump said.

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The NEW Palestine

While Puerto Rico’s governor slammed the ‘Trump Solution’ as racist (“We refuse to become a minority in our own land”), Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas responded by offering Trump some humor-laced advice: “From one old man to another, it’s time to age gracefully – all that fake tan, collagen and Viagra are rotting your brain.”

From themideastbeast.com

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In the interests of objectivity and what’s good for the goose is good for the gander, let’s ponder the following concept.

Why is it that one group of Arab Muslims can fabricate a false history as a distinctive ethnography, claim a nation-state based on this false premise, and garner support throughout the world while another group of Arab Muslims a few hundred miles away do the same thing albeit with more historic validity and the world comes down on them.

ISIS, denying the presence of international borders seeking the creation of their own nation or Caliphate is no different from the Arabs of Israel, Judea and Samaria.

They both are despotic abusers of their own subjects, follow the precepts of the Koran, use terror tactics on any opposition and like to hump goats.

Why are Palestinians any more entitled than the rapidly gestating ISISTAN?

At least there is more historic accuracy of a Caliphate that existed for hundreds of years than the myth of a distinct nation made of “Palestinian” Muslims that never existed and was never even thought about until 1967.

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Here are some basic, yet sound rules/laws for immigration:

Welcome only foreigners who will be useful to our society:
– Foreigners are admitted “according to their possibilities of contributing to national progress.”
– Immigration officials must “ensure” that “immigrants will be useful elements for the country and that they have the necessary funds for their sustenance” and for their dependents.
– Foreigners may be barred from the country if their presence upsets “the equilibrium of the national demographics,” when foreigners are deemed detrimental to “economic or national interests,” when they do not behave like good citizens in their own country, when they have broken laws, and when “they are not found to be physically or mentally healthy.”
– The Secretary of Governance may “suspend or prohibit the admission of foreigners when he determines it to be in the national interest.”

Authorities must keep track of every single person in the country:
– Federal, local and municipal police must cooperate with federal immigration authorities upon request, i.e., to assist in the arrests of illegal immigrants.
– A National Population Registry keeps track of “every single individual who comprises the population of the country,” and verifies each individual’s identity.
– A national Catalog of Foreigners tracks foreign tourists and immigrants and assigns each individual with a unique tracking number.

Foreigners with fake papers, or who enter the country under false pretenses, may be imprisoned:
– Foreigners with fake immigration papers may be fined or imprisoned.
– Foreigners who sign government documents “with a signature that is false or different from that which s/he normally uses” are subject to fine and imprisonment.

Foreigners who fail to obey the rules will be fined, deported, and/or imprisoned as felons:
– Foreigners who fail to obey a deportation order are to be punished.
– Foreigners who are deported and attempt to re-enter the country without authorization can be imprisoned for up to 10 years.
– Foreigners who violate the terms of their visa may be sentenced to up to six years in prison.
– Foreigners who misrepresent the terms of their visa while here — such as working with out a permit — can also be imprisoned.

Under law, illegal immigration is a felony. The General Law on Population says:
– “A penalty of up to two years in prison and a fine of three hundred to five thousand dollars will be imposed on the foreigner who enters the country illegally.”
– Foreigners with legal immigration problems may be deported instead of being imprisoned.
– Foreigners who “attempt against national sovereignty or security” will be deported.

Citizens who help illegal aliens enter the country are themselves considered criminals under the law:
– A citizen who marries a foreigner with the sole objective of helping the foreigner live in the country is subject to up to five years in prison.
– Shipping and airline companies that bring undocumented foreigners into the country will be fined.

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Pretty good, don’t you think?

Sorry to disappoint you, folks, but these are part of Mexico’s current immigration laws.

What’s wrong with this picture?

Our current border crisis isn’t about “the children.” Dems couldn’t care less about the children, and they created this crisis with ulterior motives.

They need more voters and will do whatever they must to gain and keep power in this country, including the abuse of every illegal alien already inside our borders, and potential illegal aliens outside our borders.

So, DON’T BELIEVE THE HYPE!

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Also read: MEXICO – AMERICA’S PALESTINE – PART UNO

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I wonder how long it will be before California, Arizona, and Texas will be bombarded by rockets from Mexico?

When we return fire, will the MSM—and especially the UN—accuse us of being the aggressor?

Will the world unfairly turn on us as they have Israel?

Will our country be known one day as Gazexico?

If the liberals have their way, the U.S. will no longer be a sovereign nation.

If the Mexicans have their way, the US will be annexed and become part of Mexico.

Both are currently using Mexican illegals as one of their tools to blur our borders.

What the liberals are blind to is what the monumental negative effect on the entire world will be if the U.S. were to cease to exist.

Just imagine a collapsing house of cards.

So, I say, fuck Mexico, fuck the liberals, fuck Hamas, and double fuck the UN.

While we’re at it, fuck the worthless turd in the white house and her treacherous husband.

Fuck Mexico!

The future president of Gazexico

Also read: MEXICO – AMERICA’S PALESTINE – PART DOS

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This very eloquent Israeli Arab knows which way is up and is not afraid to let us all in on it.

Also see: #BringBackOurBoys

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