• Are Ashkenazis Israelites or Not ?

    Best answer: They're Jews, not Israelites.
    Best answer: They're Jews, not Israelites.
    17 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • It’s perfectly understandable that many of the Jews have left Nazi occupied Europe soon after May 1945. True or false?

    Many of the Jews have left Nazi occupied territories, despite the end of the Holocaust in May 1945. Therefore, we know that they didn’t leave because their lives had been endangered after 1945, but they left because of what happened during WW2, and they have done this by virtue of their conscience or sense of... show more
    Many of the Jews have left Nazi occupied territories, despite the end of the Holocaust in May 1945. Therefore, we know that they didn’t leave because their lives had been endangered after 1945, but they left because of what happened during WW2, and they have done this by virtue of their conscience or sense of integrity. Integrity requires you to leave your country if you have been severely persecuted because of your race or ethnicity. True or false?
    19 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • Is it me or was the Holocaust the single biggest mistake in history?

    Best answer: Mistake? That's a funny name for it. The Nazis murdered about 12,000,000 people, not counting those killed directly or indirectly due to combat. But then consider the USSR. About 20,000,000 to 60,000,000 people were murdered under Stalin's rule alone. And Mao's China, maybe 65,000,000. I'd be... show more
    Best answer: Mistake? That's a funny name for it. The Nazis murdered about 12,000,000 people, not counting those killed directly or indirectly due to combat.
    But then consider the USSR. About 20,000,000 to 60,000,000 people were murdered under Stalin's rule alone. And Mao's China, maybe 65,000,000.
    I'd be inclined to say from this that Communism was the biggest "mistake" in history.
    36 answers · 3 weeks ago
  • Is Shay descendant of European Jews?

    Best answer: Most all Israelis are descendents of Israeli Jews. The fact they were exiled does not change the fact that their great great great grandfathers were Israelis. same as Turks who live in Europe, they are descendants of Turkish Turks, same applies to all people whose forefathers started off in another country. I... show more
    Best answer: Most all Israelis are descendents of Israeli Jews. The fact they were exiled does not change the fact that their great great great grandfathers were Israelis. same as Turks who live in Europe, they are descendants of Turkish Turks, same applies to all people whose forefathers started off in another country.

    I am Biblical Levi from my mothers side, many many generations in Israel, you know, the Levies !!??
    The Levies had the job of helping Aaron’s descendants in the service of the Lord’s Temple. They also cared for the Temple courtyard and the side rooms in the Temple. And they made sure all the holy things were kept pure. It was their job to serve in God’s Temple.
    From my fathers side 13 generations, we have a house in the old city of Jerusalem, been ours for hundreds of years !!!

    Well I'll explain one more time.

    1280 B.C.E. , when Moses led the Jewish people in Exodus. They wandered in the desert for forty years. Moses died, and Joshua took the helm and led the people into the land of Canaan, or the Promised Land. The epoch that followed was known as the period of the judges, when Israel was ruled by judges and priests. Saul became the first king of Israel in 1020 B.C.E. He was succeeded by his rival, David, in 1004. Under David's rule, Jerusalem became the capital. Solomon ascended to the throne in 965 B.C.E. , and ruled for nearly forty years, during which time the First Temple was built. In 925 the kingdom split into two parts, Israel and Judah. In 721 Israel was conquered by Assyria, and in 586 it was taken over by Babylonia. The city of Jerusalem was destroyed, and the Jews were exiled to Babylon.
    In 538 Babylon was conquered by the king of Persia, who allowed the Jews to return to their homeland, where they rebuilt the Temple and began what became known as the Second Jewish State. In 322 B.C.E. , Alexander the Great defeated the Persians and took control of Israel. Between 322 and 160 B.C. , the land of Israel changed hands several times under various Greek and Syrian rulers. In 160 Judas Maccabee led a rebellion that allowed the Jews to reclaim Jerusalem, a victory that Jews still celebrate in the festival of Hanukkah. Judah became an independent state in 141 B.C.E

    Herod conquered Judah in 37 B.C.E. In 19 B.C.E. , under his rule, the Temple was again rebuilt. The First Revolt against Rome occurred in 66 C.E. ; however, Jerusalem fell to the Romans in 70 C.E. The Temple was destroyed, and the majority of the Jews were dispersed throughout the world.

    Byzantines ruled the area from 313 to 635, although toward the end of this period, from 614 to 629, the Jews ruled Jerusalem under Persian jurisdiction. The years 622 to 632 saw the founding of Islam by Muhammad. In 638 Arab Muslims conquered Jerusalem, where their rule lasted until the Turkish conquest in 1078. The First Crusaders took the city in 1099. In 1187 Saladin, the Kurdish ruler of Egypt, conquered Jerusalem. In 1516 the land of Israel, known at this time as Palestine, was taken over by the Ottoman Turks, who ruled for four hundred years. In 1799 Napoleon unsuccessfully attempted to take the territory, but did not succeed.



    Read more: https://www.everyculture.com/Ge-It/Israel.html#ixzz5PtTmzYfK
    12 answers · 3 weeks ago
  • How does the Talmud show that the Jewish religion values learning?

    Best answer: The Talmud is learned on a daily basis and studied in pairs or groups. The Talmud is a tradition that involves memorization, continuous learning and careful dialectic study of ancient wisdom and teachings passed down orally until in written down by the rabbis from Moses. The Talmud is divided into portions and... show more
    Best answer: The Talmud is learned on a daily basis and studied in pairs or groups. The Talmud is a tradition that involves memorization, continuous learning and careful dialectic study of ancient wisdom and teachings passed down orally until in written down by the rabbis from Moses.

    The Talmud is divided into portions and tracts which deal with special subjects and areas of Jewish law. Each of these critical and important ideas are presented to the student as an open or closed question and the student is drawn into a debate. The rabbinic methodology is drilled into the student to understand how to see and interpret Jewish problems and how to solve them. Included is why or why not a certain decision was reached, rejected or remains unsolved.

    Besides properly understanding Jewish law the student will learn how to think and teach the Jewish religion as it was traditionally preserved for thousands of years as God intended. Understanding commentary and the rabbis logic when analyzing and digesting the timeless wisdom will foster an appreciation and love of Jewish identity, values and knowledge. This manual shall guide and instruct the wondering Jew about how to remain Jewish while in the gentile world and how he can not only survive but flourish even in exile. If the Jew will hearken to the God's wisdom we are promised we will become successful and prosperous and our enemies will not rule over us. Instead the Jew will gain independence and become wealthy as a sign of favor from God as promised.

    Every opportunity Jews get they should teach others what they know and were taught. At the end of each tract of Talmud we must celebrate what we have learned and be joyful in what we know. We party with food, drink, songs and sometimes alcohol.

    Orthodox Jew
    4 answers · 3 weeks ago
  • Why wasn t Israel created in Africa?

    Since humans are said to have come from Africa, why don t the Zionist Ashkenazis Jews claim Africa as their "ancestral homeland"? Why don t they argue for a "right of return" to Africa?
    Since humans are said to have come from Africa, why don t the Zionist Ashkenazis Jews claim Africa as their "ancestral homeland"? Why don t they argue for a "right of return" to Africa?
    9 answers · 4 weeks ago
  • Why are Jews banned from entering Saudi Arabia?

    Best answer: ISRAELI JEWS GO THERE . In July 2016, a retired Saudi general, Anwar Ashkawi, arrived in Israel for a historic visit, headed by a delegation of businessmen and academics from Saudi Arabia. During the visit, which led to extreme reactions mainly from Iran, the general met with Foreign Ministry Director-General... show more
    Best answer: ISRAELI JEWS GO THERE .

    In July 2016, a retired Saudi general, Anwar Ashkawi, arrived in Israel for a historic visit, headed by a delegation of businessmen and academics from Saudi Arabia. During the visit, which led to extreme reactions mainly from Iran, the general met with Foreign Ministry Director-General Dore Gold, with the Coordinator of Government Activities in the Territories, Maj. Gen. Yoav Mordechai, and with a group of Knesset members from the opposition. The Foreign Ministry clarified that General Ashkawi did not represent the state, and that the visit was also visited in Israel, mainly by members of the Hadash movement, who said that the Saudi-Saudi alliance was destroying the definition of the Palsetinian people.

    In August 2016, Saudi newspapers published articles against anti-Semitism and for the establishment of relations with Israel.

    In November 2017, the Arab media reported that reconciliation agreements were being forged between Saudi Arabia and Israel. And in the same month Israel joined the initiative submitted by Saudi Arabia to the UN Human Rights Committee. As a result of the rapprochement between the two countries, the Hizbullah secretary general expressed his fear that Saudi Arabia was inciting Israel to attack Lebanon. "There is no relationship between Saudi Arabia and Israel, there is the Arab peace initiative that constitutes the road map to reach peace and to establish normal relations between Israel and the Arab states," Saudi Foreign Minister Adel Al-Jubeir told the Egyptian CBC.

    On February 8, 2018, it was reported that Saudi Arabia had allowed Indian-Israeli planes to fly in its airspace. On March 22, 2018, Air India Flight AI139 passed over Saudi Arabia en route from India to Israel.

    In April 2018, the Saudi Crown Prince and Minister of Defense, Muhammad bin Salman Aal Sa'ud, declared that he recognized the right of the State of Israel to exist.
    21 answers · 4 weeks ago
  • Do Alt-Right Trump supporters condone or condemn Israeli human rights abuses.?

    Best answer: I don't know. I think they do.
    Best answer: I don't know. I think they do.
    11 answers · 1 month ago
  • Why does Israel gets so much criticism?

    Best answer: Not because they are Jews, but because of their blatant discrimination and cruelty towards non-Jewish Palestinians.
    Best answer: Not because they are Jews, but because of their blatant discrimination and cruelty towards non-Jewish Palestinians.
    28 answers · 2 months ago
  • Will the Israel / Palestine Conflict EVER end?

    Will the Israel / Palestine Conflict EVER end?

    Best answer: Hello, In order to have the best possibility for peace there would need to be: The removal of hate and prejudice against Israel and in particular against Jewish people from the Palestinian education system, which could eventually lead to significantly less hate by Palestinians against Israel and Jewish people,... show more
    Best answer: Hello,

    In order to have the best possibility for peace there would need to be: The removal of hate and prejudice against Israel and in particular against Jewish people from the Palestinian education system, which could eventually lead to significantly less hate by Palestinians against Israel and Jewish people, with more willingness to sincerely negotiate a trustworthy peace treaty providing for a two state solution.

    The “European Union” would also need to cease its funding of the Palestinians (“Palestinian Authority”) since as the E.U. is aware, this can only constitute indirect-funding for Palestinian terrorism (see further below), while the funding of terrorism represents an obstacle to peace.

    Pro-Palestinians falsely-claim that the Palestinians were in the land first and that Israeli Jews all come from Europe, whereas the Jewish People have had unbroken presence in their ancestral homeland of Israel since Biblical times - See the “Demographic history of [Israel] Palestine”:
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Demographic_history_of_Palestine

    The Jewish People have had an unbroken presence in their ancestral homeland of Israel since Biblical times, and also previous sovereign states in the land for example the Jewish Hasmonean Kingdom of Judea (including the West Bank and Gaza) with its capital of (what is now East) Jerusalem, and independent as at 110 BCE / 753 BH–752 BH:
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hasmonean_dynasty

    By comparison there has never been a sovereign state of “Palestine” upon which the Palestinian Arabs could base any claim to the land of Israel. Following the Ottoman Turkish defeat in the First World War, the League of Nations in 1921 authorized a British Mandate resurrecting the name “Palestine” from Roman occupation, to be an administrative region; NOT a sovereign state, an area which included what later would be today’s:
    Jordan, Israel, and the Palestinian Territories - On the linked web page please scroll down and compare its second and third maps:
    http://www.shamrak.com/Masada2000-HistoryofPalestine.htm

    Under the prior Ottoman Turkish empire, they did not use any such political term as “Palestine”, but rather Ottoman-occupied Judea / Israel was within the Ottoman province of “Syria” – see (copy to your web browser):
    en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ottoman_Syria

    The “Palestinian Arabs” may come from those who invaded and occupied the Jewish land of Judea / Israel, but it is also unclear at what point they arrived there, since they were opposed to being called a “People” until the 1960’s:
    http://www.targetofopportunity.com/palestinian_truth.htm

    Israel was Re-established in 1948 following a United Nations Partition Plan which had sought to set up two states, one Jewish and one Arab. The then Palestinian Jewish Community had accepted the U.N. Partition Plan, while the Palestinian-Arab response was in 1947 to start a civil war and terror to oppose the U.N. Partition Plan and instead take ALL the land of Israel, and also to ethnically-cleanse or murder the Jewish population from the Jews ancestral homeland of Israel.

    In 1948 the Arab countries attacked the newly Re-established State of Israel, but the Arabs lost the war. Jordan then occupied the West Bank and East Jerusalem from which the Jordanians expelled the Jews. Egypt occupied the Gaza strip. Neither country offered these areas to the Palestinians.
    (Please see the source which I have put into the “Sources” area of this answer.)


    The Palestinians have two territories (part of the West Bank and the whole of Gaza) (or Palestinian colonies on land of the former Jewish kingdoms of Judea / Israel) which the Palestinians run themselves with their own army and police.
    The following is how the Palestinians obtained these territories:

    In 1967 Israel gained control of the West Bank and Gaza Strip (from the previous Jordanian and Egyptian occupation respectively) and as an attempt by Israel at “land for peace” under the Oslo Accords, Israel later granted the Palestinians autonomy for part of the West Bank (40%) and the whole of the Gaza Strip, as part of a peace process which anticipated further negotiations for a peace treaty.
    Therefore until any peace treaty that may say otherwise, the land remains Israel's.

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    “The Oslo Accords created the Palestinian Authority, whose functions are the limited self-governance over parts of the West Bank and Gaza Strip”:

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Oslo_Accords

    - - - - End of quote - - - -

    Once the Palestinians had tricked Israel into giving them autonomy of part of the West Bank and the whole of Gaza under the Oslo Accords, the Palestinians since:
    > Do not sincerely negotiate any peace treaty.
    > Make an unverifiable-claim to ALL the land of Israel.
    > Want to expel the Jews from the Jews ancestral-homeland of Israel.
    > Have expelled any Jewish population from all areas under Palestinian control and then falsely claimed “Apartheid” against Israel !
    > Consider themselves at war with Israel.
    > Attack Israeli Jewish civilians as policy including children (see last source below).
    No wonder anti-Semites display such emotional-support for the Palestinians!

    Palestinian ethnic-hatred of Jewish people has not changed since the Palestinian support of the Nazis in the second world war. Due to ethnic-hatred of Jewish people and also territorial ambitions, the Palestinian education system in the Palestinian Territories practices mind-abuse, teaching:
    > Hatred of Jewish people,
    > a false victim-mentality,
    > that Israel does not exist (aka the Palestinian false-claim to ALL the land of Israel);
    > and similar to the propaganda of Nazi Germany, that the Jew / Israel is the (fake) cause of all Palestinian alleged issues:
    https://www.quora.com/What-are-some-examples-of-anti-Israel-or-anti-peace-attitude-in-the-Palestinian-educational-system

    Progress towards a peace treaty can be made only once the idea of war ceases to be what keeps the Palestinians united, but is instead replaced by a desire to unite by peacefully developing alongside neighbours, for the common good.

    For the purposes for making any successful sincere negotiations possible, any parties in conflict in the world may need to consider: psychologically blocking-off grievances of the past, while building-in negotiations for sufficient security for both sides, with one intention - to make a present and future free of conflict for all generations of both sides.

    The Palestinians would need to be willing to develop away from their current conflict-mindset, and also away from their addiction to ethnic-hatred of Jewish people.

    The Palestinian leadership have “painted themselves into a corner” because the Palestinian Education System teaches such hatred so effectively that if the Palestinian leadership could be trusted at all to attempt to change policy now, their health could be at risk from their own people.
    One solution would be to change the Palestinian Education System to remove from it its hatred, prejudice, and racism, against the Jewish People and Israel.
    However, their leaders cannot remove hatred from the Palestinian Education System because they themselves are consumed with hatred > Why are they consumed with hatred? > Because the Palestinian Education System teaches hatred, etc ...

    Supporting anti-Semitism is anti-Semitism:
    The Palestinian Education Authority in the Palestinian Territories also teaches Holocaust-Denial and admiration of the Nazis – see (copy to your web browser):
    palwatch.org/main.aspx?fi=655

    What does the word “peace” mean to the Palestinians?
    It refers to the stage after the Palestinian intention to: take ALL the land of Israel, ethnically-cleanse the Jews, and replace Israel with another Arab state comprised of those who arrived in the land well after the Jewish People.

    Could the Palestinians be trusted to keep to any peace treaty?
    The Palestinians do not accept the same world history as the rest of us and therefore have consequential “difficulties” with it: Palestinian propaganda seeks to replace the history of Jewish presence in the Jewish People’s ancestral homeland of Israel, with a fake Arab history – see (copy to your web browser):
    palwatch.org/main.aspx?fi=495

    The “Palestinian National Charter” seeks the expulsion of the Jewish People from the Jews ancestral homeland of Israel:
    http://avalon.law.yale.edu/20th_century/plocov.asp


    The Palestinians target as policy Israeli Jewish civilians, including children - No wonder anti-Semites feel such emotional-attachment to the Palestinians!
    Due to anti-Semitism many people do not require any proper moral standard from the Palestinians.
    The Palestinians cynically term their anti-Jewish hate-war:
    “uprising”, “defence”, “desperation”, “struggle”, “resistance”:

    Palestinians are paid a “pension”-reward to murder Jewish Israelis including children by the Palestinian Authority (the P.A. is funded by the European Union), yet while Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas condemns the ISIS murder of children in Manchester, England - see my answer at:
    https://ca.answers.yahoo.com/question/index?qid=20170731003053AAwXcfe


    I hope this helps.

    Robert.
    19 answers · 2 months ago
  • Israelis: Why do you hate Palestinians?

    Best answer: Khazars hate all non-Khazars.
    Best answer: Khazars hate all non-Khazars.
    12 answers · 2 months ago
  • Are Israel's settlements and its occupation of the West Bank the real reasons for the rockets being fired from Gaza?

    Best answer: Terrorism against Israel predates Israel’s controls over Gaza/the West Bank. Arabs were massacring Jews in Hebron before the Jews had even established a defensive militia. Keep in mind, the rhetoric and philosophy of Hamas was not unlike the rhetoric and philosophy of Arabs prior to the establishment of... show more
    Best answer: Terrorism against Israel predates Israel’s controls over Gaza/the West Bank. Arabs were massacring Jews in Hebron before the Jews had even established a defensive militia. Keep in mind, the rhetoric and philosophy of Hamas was not unlike the rhetoric and philosophy of Arabs prior to the establishment of Israel.

    And if Israel’s occupation truly is the cause of rockets, then surely Israel’s partial withdrawal would logically lead to a partial cessation of hostilities? But in truth, the more Israel has given up, the more violence has increased.

    The absence of a peace treaty is purely a function of the Palsetinian’s own leadership decision-making. Israel had no problem securing peace deals with Egypt and Jordan. The Palsetinians can’t even make peace with each other.
    9 answers · 2 months ago
  • Does Israel's hold on Gaza, and the maritime blockade leave the Gazans with no choice but to resort to violence?

    Does Israel's hold on Gaza, and the maritime blockade leave the Gazans with no choice but to resort to violence?

    Best answer: Hello, Cessation of the Israeli economic measures (aka "blockade") would NOT lead to any peace. The Israeli economic measures against Gaza are due to the Palestinians being at war with Israel, and due to Hamas firing numerous rockets and mortars at Israeli cities. The Palestinians agree truces only in... show more
    Best answer: Hello,

    Cessation of the Israeli economic measures (aka "blockade") would NOT lead to any peace. The Israeli economic measures against Gaza are due to the Palestinians being at war with Israel, and due to Hamas firing numerous rockets and mortars at Israeli cities.

    The Palestinians agree truces only in order to restock their rockets and mortars, after which they fire them again, at Israeli cities.

    The Palestinians deceive the world into believing they seek a two-state solution, whereas in reality they falsely-claim ALL the land of Israel (to none of which do they have any verifiable-claim), and seek to expel or murder the Jews. This is clearly shown by what is taught by the Palestinian education system and by the “Palestinian National Charter”.

    Due to ethnic-hatred of Jewish people and territorial ambitions, the Palestinian education system in the Palestinian Territories practices mind-abuse, teaching:
    > that Israel does not exist, aka the Palestinians false-claim to ALL the land of Israel;
    > a false victim-mentality,
    > hatred of Jewish people,
    > and similar to the propaganda of Nazi Germany, that the Jew / Israel is the (fake) cause of all Palestinian alleged issues:
    https://www.quora.com/What-are-some-examples-of-anti-Israel-or-anti-peace-attitude-in-the-Palestinian-educational-system

    The Palestinians do not accept the same world history as the rest of us and therefore have consequential “difficulties” with it: On the following website the reader can learn about Palestinian propaganda that replaces the history of Jewish presence in the Jewish People's ancestral homeland of Israel, with a fake Arab history - see (copy to your web browser:)
    palwatch.org/main.aspx?fi=495

    The “Palestinian National Charter” seeks the expulsion of the Jewish People from the Jews ancestral homeland of Israel.
    (Please see the source which I have put into the "Sources" area of this answer.)

    The Jews are the indigenous people of the land of Israel:

    Pro-Palestinians falsely-claim that the Palestinians were in the land first and that Israeli Jews all come from Europe, whereas the Jewish People have had unbroken presence in their ancestral homeland of Israel since Biblical times - See the “Demographic history of [Israel] Palestine”:
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Demographic_history_of_Palestine

    The Jewish People have had an unbroken presence in their ancestral homeland of Israel since Biblical times, and also previous sovereign states in the land for example the Jewish Hasmonean Kingdom of Judea (including the West Bank and Gaza) with its capital of (what is now East) Jerusalem, and independent as at 110 BCE / 753 BH–752 BH:
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hasmonean_dynasty


    By comparison there has never been a sovereign state of “Palestine” upon which the Palestinian Arabs could base any claim to the land of Israel. Following the Ottoman Turkish defeat in the First World War, the League of Nations in 1921 authorized a British Mandate resurrecting the name “Palestine” from Roman occupation, to be an administrative region; NOT a sovereign state, an area which included what later would be today’s:
    Jordan, Israel, and the Palestinian Territories - On the linked web page please scroll down and compare its second and third maps:
    http://www.shamrak.com/Masada2000-HistoryofPalestine.htm

    Under the prior Ottoman Turkish empire, they did not use any such political term as “Palestine”, but rather Ottoman-occupied Judea / Israel was within the Ottoman province of “Syria”:
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ottoman_Syria

    The “Palestinians” likely come from nomadic Arabs who invaded and occupied the Jewish land of Judea / Israel. However, it is also unclear at what point they arrived in the Jewish land of Judea / Israel, since they were opposed to being called a “People” until the 1960’s:
    http://www.targetofopportunity.com/palestinian_truth.htm

    From where then did “Palestine” as a name imposed on the land of Israel, come?
    The Romans imposed the term “Palæstina” (“Palestine”) on Roman-occupied Judea / Israel, resurrecting the term from the much smaller region “Philistia” (approximating to Gaza), within which the defunct Philistines had their five city kingdoms.
    The Palestinians have no connection with the ancient Philistines.

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    “After crushing the [Jewish] Bar Kokhba revolt [135 CE / 779 BH–778 BH], the Roman Emperor Hadrian applied [imposed] the name Syria Palestina to the entire region, that had formerly included Judea province.”

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Syria_Palaestina

    - - - - End of quote - - - -


    The Palestinians have two territories (part of the West Bank and the whole of Gaza) (or Palestinian colonies on soil of the former Jewish kingdoms of Judea / Israel) which the Palestinians run themselves with their own army and police.
    The following is how the Palestinians obtained these territories:

    In 1967 Israel gained control of the West Bank and Gaza Strip (from the previous Jordanian and Egyptian occupation respectively) and as an attempt by Israel at “land for peace” under the Oslo Accords, Israel later granted the Palestinians autonomy for part of the West Bank (40%) and the whole of the Gaza Strip, as part of a peace process which anticipated further negotiations for a peace treaty.
    Therefore until any peace treaty that may say otherwise, the land remains Israel's.

    Once the Palestinians had tricked Israel into giving them autonomy of part of the West Bank and the whole of Gaza under the Oslo Accords, the Palestinians since:
    > Do not sincerely negotiate any peace treaty.
    > Make an unverifiable-claim to ALL the land of Israel.
    > Want to expel the Jews from the Jews ancestral-homeland of Israel.
    > Have expelled any Jewish population from all areas under Palestinian control and then falsely claimed “Apartheid” against Israel !
    > Consider themselves at war with Israel.
    > Attack Israeli Jewish civilians as policy including children.
    No wonder anti-Semites display such emotional-support for the Palestinians!


    Contributor Flower wrote:
    "They are not really being violent. Thats Israel's schtick in order to justify killing them."

    My response:

    The real reason for the Palestinian “peaceful-rioting” at the Gaza border, is to assist Hamas-operatives break through the Gaza border fence to do terrorism in Israel.

    Palestinian “peaceful-rioters” seem unarmed but they would soon find weapons if they got through the Gaza border fence into Israel, where they would murder civilians; provided the victims are Israeli, and Jewish.

    The reason why the Palestinians burn tyres is to produce a smoke-screen to allow their operatives to get through the security fence unseen, in order to carry out terrorism in Israel; and many of the Palestinian casualties have since been identified as Hamas military operatives.

    Recognition that one casualty at the Gaza border fence was from the DFLP:

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    “The martyr Ahmed Omar Mohammed Arafa, 25 years old, was killed on April 3, [2018] ... participating in the Great Return March, in the Gaza Strip. He joined the ranks of the Palestinian National Resistance Brigades, armed wing of DFLP, and was an exemplary fighter ....”.
    http://www.dflp-palestine.net/english/news-reports/dflp-announces-fall-martyr-arafa-apr-2018.html

    - - - - End of extract - - - -

    Here is an example of what the Palestinians would do if allowed to slip through the Gaza border fence into Israel:

    July, 21.2017: A Palestinian wielding a knife stabbed and killed three Israelis in Halamish, a settlement located north of Ramallah.
    Hamas praised the attack. “We bless the heroic Halamish operation ...”:
    https://edition.cnn.com/2017/07/21/middleeast/old-city-prayer-restrictions-imposed/index.html

    You object, as you feel the Israeli defence at the Gaza border is “disproportionate” - Now try answering again if it is your mother, or your sister, or your child, (the Palestinians consider targets) in an Israeli town near to the Gaza border.


    Image: “Palestinian protesters carry a transparent kite defaced with a swastika during clashes with Israeli forces across the [Gaza] border today [web page dated April 20, 2018] - [AFP/Getty Images].”:
    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-5638821/Palestinian-women-standing-men-protests-likely-shot-at.html


    I hope this helps.

    Robert.
    9 answers · 2 months ago
  • Is there any archaeological proof Palestinians lived there first ?

    Best answer: N O N E !!!!! BECAUSE >>>>>>There has never been any Palsetinian state, neither any Palsetinian archaeological find nor coinage. The present-day "Palsetinians" are an Arab people, with Arab culture, Arabic language and Arab history. They have their own Arab states from where they came... show more
    Best answer: N O N E !!!!!
    BECAUSE >>>>>>There has never been any Palsetinian state, neither any Palsetinian archaeological find nor coinage. The present-day "Palsetinians" are an Arab people, with Arab culture, Arabic language and Arab history. They have their own Arab states from where they came into the Land of Israel about one century ago to contrast the Jewish immigration. That is the historical truth. They were Jordanians (another recent British invention, as there has never been any people known as "Jordanians"), and after the Six-Day War in which Israel utterly defeated the coalition of nine Arab states and took legitimate possession of Judea and Samaria, the Arab dwellers in those regions underwent a kind of anthropological miracle and discovered that they were Palsetinians - something they did not know the day before. Of course, these people having a new identity had to build themselves a history, namely, had to steal some others' history, and the only way that the victims of the theft would not complain is if those victims do no longer exist. Therefore, the Palsetinian leaders claimed two contradictory lineages from ancient peoples that inhabited in the Land of Israel: the Canaanites and the Philistines. Let us consider both of them before going on with the Palsetinian issue.
    9 answers · 2 months ago
  • Are you Jewish?

    Best answer: Of the religious variety? No. I have no intention of converting any time soon, either. Of the racial variety? I admit that it is possible that I have Semitic composition, but I seriously doubt it. Even if I found that I do, my stances would not change in the slightest. I look nothing like a Semite (larger and... show more
    Best answer: Of the religious variety? No. I have no intention of converting any time soon, either.

    Of the racial variety? I admit that it is possible that I have Semitic composition, but I seriously doubt it. Even if I found that I do, my stances would not change in the slightest.

    I look nothing like a Semite (larger and downward-pointing nose, distinctive ears, etc). I look totally like a European.
    61 answers · 2 months ago