The PALESTINIANS - The Invented People of a Fabricated Nation
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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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The Arguments against Israel: Indigeneity

The Arguments against Israel: Indigeneity | The PALESTINIANS - The Invented People of a Fabricated Nation | Scoop.it

Outside of war, no modern state has ever been subject to such an attack on its legitimacy and existence as has the state of Israel.

 

...It is a truth of conflict between peoples manifested in history that groups in conflict will hold to genuinely differing – which is not to say equally true – perceptions of the grounds of their conflict. One of the conditions that muddies consideration of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, however, and now raises profound obstacles to its settlement, is the purposeful, strategic masking of hostile intent among outside parties – in attitudes unsympathetic to Israel’s founding and to its historical conditions of conflict, and that are actually directed at the state’s dissolution – under the guise of peace and justice politics. Of contemporary political charlatanry there is no greater representation.

 

This simple bad faith, then, stands as a first condition in analyzing arguments over the nature and possible resolution of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict...that actually seek to advance the conflict to a point of victory by the Palestinian side. In this manner, in fact, many ideologically-driven outside agents and their supporters, while draping themselves in the moral finery of peace and justice and elaborately and insistently articulating its vocabulary, actually serve as proponents of the conditions – the disputes – of continued conflict. Then, when that conflict periodically becomes heightened and armed, these fake advocates of peace will blame Israel and, in extraordinary gestures of more heightened bad faith, fail to perceive, certainly acknowledge, their own responsibility.

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THE JIMMY CARTER I KNEW

THE JIMMY CARTER I KNEW | The PALESTINIANS - The Invented People of a Fabricated Nation | Scoop.it

Former President Jimmy Carter has just released a new book, We Can Have Peace in the Holy Land: A Plan that Will Work...

For Israelis only, Carter reserves the word 'radicals' in his book. He also calls former prime minister Menachem Begin by the same abjective and then describes him as the "most notorious terrorist in the region." Of course, he said the British said that, not him. Carter goes on to describe Binyamin Netanyahu as a "key political associate and naysayer" who was strongly opposed to Israel relinquishing control over the Sinai.

It appears that Jimmy Carter is revising history.The Binyamin Netanyahu I know was attending college during the Camp David meetings in the late 1970s.In fact, when I recommended him to Begin for a government job, the prime minister did not even know who Netanyahu was. I have no idea how Carter was so aware of Binyamin Netanyahu's political ideology; he was selling furniture at the time to help fund his schooling.

The former president also writes that at the time, Begin agreed to divide Jerusalem. I found that to be astonishing, especially since Begin had given me a copy of the letter he penned to Jimmy Carter on September 17, 1978, in which he wrote, "Dear Mr. President, on the basis of this law, the government of Israel decreed in July 1967 that Jerusalem is one city indivisible, the capital of the State of Israel." According to Begin, Carter informed him that the US government did not recognize Jerusalem as Israel's capital.

Begin told me he responded, "Excuse me sir, but the State of Israel does not recognize your non-recognition."

http://begincenterdiary.blogspot.com/2009/08/evans-on-carter-on-begin.html

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Bill Clinton: No peace in the MidEast? - The Palestinians Don't Want Peace!

In 2000, Bill Clinton proposed a two-state peace agreement between the Israelis and Palestinians. The Israelis agreed--accepting enormous concessions on territory, security, and Jerusalem. Tragically, the Palestinian Authority--led by Yasser Arafat--rejected the offer and launched the Second Intifada.

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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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Palestine? Let's Make This Clear: Jordan is Palestine!

Palestine? Let's Make This Clear: Jordan is Palestine! | The PALESTINIANS - The Invented People of a Fabricated Nation | Scoop.it

Listen, Palestinian Arabs, If you want to march, march on Jordan.

 

From Matthew M. Hausman, Att'y: The “Jordan-is-Palestine” option for resolving the Arab-Israeli conflict is an idea that, despite history and logic, was beaten into silence by Israel’s enemies and detractors. Critics denounced the concept as preposterous, reactionary and counterproductive.

 

And yet, the idea has been resurrected from within Jordan itself. There can be no dispute that Jordan was created in a sovereign vacuum on land that had comprised most of the Palestine Mandate. However, its creation as Transjordan in 1921 satisfied a geopolitical need unencumbered by a Palestinian national myth that had not yet been invented.

 

In contrast, the Oslo peace process was based on the false premise that an ancestral population was indiscriminately displaced by Israel's establishment and now must be repatriated at her expense. Because Jordan embodies the concept of Arab self-determination as contemplated by the San Remo Conference and the Palestine Mandate, and because most Jordanians already identify as Palestinian, it is high time to recognize it as the Palestinian homeland and scrap the current peace process....

 

The truth – that Jews have the longest history of continuous habitation in the Holy Land, that they preceded the Arab-Muslim conquest by thousands of years, and that the Palestinians are largely descended from an immigrant population- migrant workers - that grew during the late Ottoman and British Mandatory periods – was suppressed under layers of Freudian self-denial.

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Bosch Fawstin: "Palestinian" 'Peace"

Bosch Fawstin: "Palestinian" 'Peace" | The PALESTINIANS - The Invented People of a Fabricated Nation | Scoop.it

APOSTATE

"Those who turn their back on Islam are to be executed.
This is confirmed by the words and deeds of Muhammad."

I'm an apostate of Islam and so are Killian Duke & Frank Warner aka Pigman, the heroes of my graphic novel, THE INFIDEL. The penalty for leaving Islam is a death penalty and it emphasizes the militant nature of Mohammad's religion, treating those who leave Islam as if they were deserters of an army.

 

The Art of Bosch Fawstin

WEBSITE: http://fawstin.blogspot.com/

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March to Jerusalem: A sizzle or a fizzle? - Arab News

The WORLD MEDIA is losing interest in The Palestinian Cause in spite of heavy coverage. People are bored with it, "It has been overexposed," one credible source remarked. Another staffer at ARAB NEWS said that the Palestinian narrative is failing to garner True Believers.

 

Dubbed the “Global March to Jerusalem,” organizers are planning rallies worldwide with the bulk of the demonstrators moving on the borders separating Israeli and the Palestinian Authority, but also in major cities around the world, some in front of Israeli embassies.

While Israel is downplaying the event diplomatically, it has nevertheless beefed up its security forces and issued warnings to neighboring Arab states through intermediaries not to allow demonstrators near the borders or violate the country’s sovereignty, lest there be a replay of similar marches last year that saw over a dozen people killed and hundreds wounded while trying to breech minefields and penetrate heavily armed Israeli frontiers.

But this year’s planned massive demonstration is coming at a time when the Palestinian issue has fallen off the political table.

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