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The PALESTINIANS - The Invented People of a Fabricated Nation
The enemy of the truth is not the lie, contrived & deliberate, but the myth, persistent, persuasive and unrealistic.-JFK
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The great Palestinian lie

It's not about Israel. It's about Jews.

Every concession Israel makes is met with excuses not to negotiate.

The Arabs don't hate Jews because of Israel.

They hate Israel because of the Jews!

And those who join the so-called Palestinian Cause, Free Gaza, can hardly wait to put the Jews back into the ovens.

We need to tell the Arabs what they so desperately need to hear.

It is that their hatred is the CAUSE of their misery!

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Israelis blame administration leaks for ‘diplomatic, military and even operational damage’ | World Tribune

Israelis blame administration leaks for ‘diplomatic, military and even operational damage’ | World Tribune | The PALESTINIANS - The Invented People of a Fabricated Nation | Scoop.it

WASHINGTON — Israel has been alarmed by what officials determined
were leaks by the administration of U.S. President Barack Obama of purported
Israeli preparations to attack Iran.

A leading U.S. analyst who returned from talks with the Israeli
leadership reported that the Obama administration was accused of staging a
campaign to undermine Israel. The analyst, Robert Satloff, said Washington
was also blaming Israel for the rise in global crude oil prices, deemed as
harming the U.S. economy.

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"A Land without a People for a People without a Land" :Middle East Quarterly

"A Land without a People for a People without a Land" :Middle East Quarterly | The PALESTINIANS - The Invented People of a Fabricated Nation | Scoop.it

Although the image of Palestine as a "land without a people" was most commonly advanced by Christian proponents of a Jewish return to Palestine, it would be wrong to ascribe the perception of Palestine as a land without a people only to Christians. In the context of the nineteenth century and the many nationalist movements that captured the Western imagination, the notion of a Jewish restoration in Palestine seemed logical, even without religious motivations. In 1891, William Blackstone sent an open letter, known today as the Blackstone Memorial, to U.S. president Benjamin Harrison: "Why shall not the powers which under the treaty of Berlin, in 1878, gave Bulgaria to the Bulgarians and Servia to the Servians now give Palestine back to the Jews? … These provinces, as well as Roumania, Montenegro, and Greece, were wrested from the Turks and given to their natural owners. Does not Palestine as rightfully belong to the Jews?"[22] Nineteenth-century Westerners associated peoples or nations with territory, and so to be a land without a people did not imply that the land was without people, only that it was without a national political character.

What may be odd, viewed from the Arab perspective, is the lens through which Westerners look at the land. In Western eyes, the eastern Mediterranean is permanently overlaid with the outline of a territory called "the Holy Land," or "the Land of Israel." Because Westerners equate lands with peoples, even post-Christian Westerners expect to find a people identified and coterminous with the Holy Land.

 

Muslims, however, neither perceived Palestine as a distinct country, nor Palestinians as a people. 

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