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October 13, 2010

Let's look at the map....

Update: 10/13/2010 - Source
PLO Will Recognize Israel as "Jewish state" or "Chinese state" or Any Other Kind of State Within its 1967 Borders

PLO chief: We will recognize Israel in return for 1967 borders

Yasser Abed Rabbo says that in exchange for accepting Palestinian territorial claims, it will recognize Israel as 'whatever it wants.'

Who is wiping whom off the map?

Historically, the land of Palestine was populated by a people known as the Palestinians. Palestinians have always been religiously diverse, with the Muslim majority maintaining friendly relations with their Christian, Jewish, and Druze brethren.

At the turn of the 20th Century, a new Jewish nationalist ideology called Zionism was developing. Zionism called for the creation of a Jewish homeland in Palestine.

During this time, increasing numbers of Jewish Europeans immigrated to Palestine, causing the Jewish population to grow from a tiny minority to 35% of the population.

Look at the numbers.
1877: 3% of the population of Palestine were Jews
1946: 35% of the population of Palestine were Jews
2008: 75% of the population of Palestine are Jews
Source: Wiki
Source: IfAmericansKnew
What happened to the Palestinian? Ethnic Cleansing? Israel is screaming "don't the Jews have the right to exists". At the same time, they're bulldozing Palestinians property, uprooting trees and kicking out Palestinians out of their home so the Jewish settlers can move in.

Don't the Palestinians have the right to exists? According to Israel. There is no such thing as Palestine. So it's okay to wipe them off the map. And Obama agrees.

Israel is the only country that America would allow to get away with Ethnic Cleaning, Illegal wars, land-grabbing and using illegal weapons on civilians. (White phosphorous). Under the "guise" of fighting terrorism.

You know their motto, "By way of deception".

Take a look at the UN partition map (1947) and the map of Israel now (2010). There is your answer to who is wiping whom off the map.

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jibberjabbers said... [Reply]

Here are some charts....
Source: IfAmericanKnew

Chart 1
24,145 Palestinians homes have been demolished by Israel. (You can also see these on youtube where Israeli workers bulldoze over Palestinians homes).

0 Israelis homes have been demolished by Palestine.


Chart 2-3

Since 2009, US has funded over 7 million (per day) to the Israeli Armed force.

$0 to Palestine. (All they have to defend themselves are rocks and homemade rockets that don't do anything). Israel has nukes and a strong military force and isn't afraid to use it on Civilians.

Israel is also in violation of over 60 UN Resolutions.

Palestine is in violation of 0 UN Resolution. Remember how the US went to war against Iraq for supposedly violating 1 or 2 UN resolutions?

jibberjabbers said... [Reply]

4 armed Israeli terrorists using an attack dog on an unarmed Palestinian 'aid' activist.

How dare you protest our attempt to starve the Palestinians out of existence. - Idiotic Defense Farce.

jibberjabbers said... [Reply]

Also, regarding the territories, Israel, is in VIOLATION of over 60 UN RESOLUTION.

Didn't we INVADE Iraq over it's violations of a few UN RESOLUTION?

Israel also REFUSES any UN weapons inspectors from monitoring their nuclear sites.


The US of course has even vetoed several Resolutions against Israel. Our Tax money at work!

If Israel REALLY wants PEACE. They would revert back to the 1967 UN Partition. The date when Israel was created.

PatE said... [Reply]

Do you read

One of the best site on the subject.

jibberjabbers said... [Reply]


Thanks for sharing the link. Bookmarked.

jibberjabbers said... [Reply]

Egypt grants passage to Gaza convoy

The Viva Palestina aid convoy that is bound for the Gaza Strip has been given the green light by the Egyptian government to sail to the port of Al-Arish.

On Wednesday, the 400-member convoy was also promised a free passage across the border into Gaza after it arrives in the Sinai port.

The Egyptian go-ahead came after a tense eight day stand-off and followed mediation by several countries including Syria to persuade the Egyptians to agree to the passage.

Al Jazeera's Jamal Elshayyal, who is travelling with the group, said that the convoy will now board a cargo ship in the Syrian port of Letakia and sail to Al-Arish.


"The organisers are obviously delighted about the go-ahead; however, there are some reservations because the Egyptians might still have some conditions for the passage.

"The Egyptians might not allow George Galloway, the leader of the convoy, to set foot on Egyptian soil," our correspondent said from Syria.

Organisers of the trip say the attempt is "the biggest and most international aid convoy ever bound for Gaza, with 148 vehicles carrying more than five million dollars worth of medication, school equipment and aid."

The group comprises of activists from more than 30 countries including New Zealand, Indonesia, Malaysia, Mauritania, the US, Morocco and South Africa.

Several politicians and elected officials have joined the convoy as well as almost 30 survivors from the Israeli attack on the Turkish aid ship Mavi Marmara.

Nine pro-Palestinian activists - eight Turks and a dual US-Turkish citizen - were killed when Israeli troops boarded the Mavi Marmara.

Israel has insisted its commandos resorted to force after they were attacked on the deck of the boat, but activists on board say the soldiers opened fire as soon as they landed.

Gaza closed off

Israel imposed a blockade on the Gaza Strip in June 2007 after the Palestinian group Hamas movement took control of the territory.

Gaza has been closed to virtually all supplies, and Palestinians inside the territory have had to deal with food shortages, lengthy power cuts and no cooking gas.

Israel has since eased its land border restrictions with the territory to allow through more civilian goods.

But construction materials remain heavily restricted, Gazans have very limited freedom of movement, and Israel still enforces a naval blockade on the territory.

jibberjabbers said... [Reply]

The ethnic cleansing continues. What has the US done to STOP it? Nothing.

Israel expels residents from Bethlehem village

BETHLEHEM (Ma'an) -- Israeli forces on Thursday demolished storage units and tents in a village east of Bethlehem.

Forces threatened residents of the Khalet Abu Hamad village east of Rashaydah with arrest in the event they opted to stay in the area.

Bethlehem governor Abed Al-Fatah Hamayel denounced "this crime that has displaced dozens of residents," affirming that "this crime comes within Israeli plans aimed at expelling Palestinians from their land."

Calls to Israel's Civil Administration placed outside business hours were not immediately returned.

jibberjabbers said... [Reply]

Why Israel will never show a map of its borders

By Alan Hart

17 October 2010

Alan Hart explains that Israel will never produce a map of its internationally-recognized borders because no Israeli leader would ever have the courage and leadership to stand up to and remove Jewish squatters from the occupied territories.

Better late than never! A very senior Palestinian official in Ramallah, Yasser Abed Rabbo, has found the right way to challenge Israel and the US. As reported by AFP news agency on 13 October, he said: "We officially demand that the US administration and the Israeli government provide a map of the borders of the state of Israel which they want us to recognize."

That’s a completely logical and totally reasonable demand.

Denise said... [Reply]

I was raised in the Middle East. The American people have NO IDEA what really goes on in Israel.

jibberjabbers said... [Reply]


Maybe because a 'certain' group controls the media....

Any of the info we read online, is just the tip of the iceberg.

jibberjabbers said... [Reply]

Those olive trees must be terrorists too right?

West Bank olive trees set ablaze

Tensions are high in the West Bank on Thursday during the annual olive harvest as Palestinian farmers accuse hardline Jewish settlers of stealing and destroying their crops.

More than one olive grove has already been set ablaze this year.

One Palestinian farmer told CBC News that an olive grove was burned last week by Jewish settlers from a nearby outpost called Havat Gilad. He said 1,500 trees were destroyed, some of them 60 years old.

The farmer, named Ibrahim, said Palistinian farmers have had problems since 2002, but this is the worst year.

The settlers have denied any involvement in the attacks.

But Yehuda Shimon, a spokesman for the outpost, said the trees and the land all belong to them.

"This is our land and all the olive trees are ours. You know, if someone puts an olive tree in your apartment, it's your olive tree."

A 2006 ruling by the Israeli Supreme Court obliges Israel to protect the harvest, but human rights groups allege the Israeli Defence Forces (IDF) aren't doing enough.

They charge that they may be doing a better job of protecting farmers, but not trees or property, and that few if any of those accused of violence or vandalism are ever brought to justice.

"The army says they can't protect every tree every place, every hour, but what they can do is the 10 to 15 places where there is history, where it happens again and again … those places they can protect," said Arik Ascherman, an organizer for Rabbis for Human Rights.

One of the group's goals is to keep settlers from interfering with the harvest and monitoring the activities of the IDF during this time.

Ascherman said tensions between settlers and Palestinians have been exacerbated this year by all the talk about a possible extension of an Israeli building freeze, something the settlers see as a threat to their communities.

"We've seen trees damaged, cut down, poisoned … on Friday there was a huge fire where some [49 hectares] were burned," he said.

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