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Do you support the Palestinian Land Day procession tomorrow ?

Gunner 2012/03/29 20:29:27
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  • none 2012/03/30 01:36:12
    No
    none
    +3
    I don't support a made up people and a made up country. They never existed before the 1967 war but I guess if a lie is told often enough foolish people start to believe it.
  • DJPanicDC none 2012/03/30 01:50:09
    DJPanicDC
    +1
    Me neither, that's why I do not support Is(not)real
  • kmay none 2012/03/30 15:00:12
    kmay
    +1
    Amen....
    "Western demonization and scapegoating of Israel have warped our foreign policy and our tactics for confronting jihadist terror and its state sponsors like Iran and Syria. We forget that Israel has been on the front-line of this war long before 9/11, and is our most important ally in this struggle. The more we compromise Israel’s security, the more we hearten our enemies and make them believe they can win." http://frontpagemag.com/2012/...

    Can't believe the number of brainwashed sheeple defending Palestine Jihadist nation!
  • TuringsChild 2012/03/30 01:36:03
    No
    TuringsChild
    +4
    'Palestinians' are an artificial people. They didn't exist before Israel was given that land. They've had PLENTY of time to reintegrate with their Arab brothers, but that would defeat their purpose.
  • strawberry 2012/03/30 01:35:01
    Yes
    strawberry
    +2
    Palestinians have every right to have their own procession.
  • Cat 1017 strawberry 2012/03/30 01:41:23
    Cat 1017
    Where are they processing?
  • goatman112003 2012/03/30 01:34:16
    No
    goatman112003
    +5
    Not when they still support killing every Jew there.
  • Andy 2012/03/30 01:30:29
    No
    Andy
    +6
    They are terrorists... have been for years!!
  • POWERSHAKER 2012/03/30 01:14:29
  • BlueMax372 2012/03/29 23:09:52
    No
    BlueMax372
    +3
    I support decimation of "Palestine," a political non-entity, along with decimation of "Chechnya," a political non-essential. Sometimes "ethnic cleansing" is a GOOD thing.
  • kmay BlueMax372 2012/03/30 15:04:13
    kmay
    +1
    To quote another:

    "Syria is murdering 1000's of its own people, in Islamic states across the middle east homosexuals are hanged on a daily basis, young girls are being murdered to reinstate their families honor & women are being stoned to death for adultery, yet liberal groups around the world are throwing their support behind the march on Jerusalem, the hypocracy of these brain dead idiots mind numbing. "
  • Jackal 2012/03/29 23:04:16
    Yes
    Jackal
    +2
    Of Course. It is Palestinian lands as much as it is the Israelis.
  • BlueMax372 Jackal 2012/03/30 22:01:49
    BlueMax372
    Pigplop.
  • Jackal BlueMax372 2012/03/30 22:46:56
    Jackal
    +1
    Pig plop
    The act of pulling the male penis out of the females anus and slapping it on her body.



    I'm not sure what you mean by Pigplop...
  • Bocephus 2012/03/29 21:57:27
  • strawberry Bocephus 2012/03/31 18:16:24
    strawberry
    +1
    Palestine had a majority of Arabs living with Jews already there. Jews from mainly Poland and Germany, other European Countries did not have a home in Palestine after the war.

    "While the possibility in Palestine had been a goal of Zionist organization since the late 19th Century, it was not until 1917 the Balfour declaration that the idea gained official backing of a major power. The declaration stated that the British Govt. supported the creation of a national home for the Jewish people in Palestine. In 1936 the Peel commission suggested partioning Mandate Palestine into a Jewish State and an Arab State, though it was rejected as unworkable by the govt. and was partially to blame for the 1936-39 Arab revolt. In the face of increasing violence the British handed the issue to the U.N. Resolution 181 a partition plan to divide Palestine between Jews and Arabs.
  • strawberry Bocephus 2012/03/31 18:23:13
    strawberry
    +1
    cont. Jewish state was to receive 56% of the land area of Mandate, Palestine encompassing 82% of the Jewish population; though would be separated from Jerusalem, designated an area to be administered by the U.N. Plan accepted by most Jewish population, rejected by much populace. Nov. 29th 1947, plan put to a vote in U.N. General Assembly, result 33-13 in favor of plan. The Arab Countries all who opposed the plan proposed to query International Court of Justice on the competence of the General Assembly to partition a Country against the wish of the majority of its inhabitants, but were again defeated."
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/...
  • egyptianpharaoh 2012/03/29 21:50:37
    Yes
    egyptianpharaoh
    +3
    for every body please don't get your information from the media which show you what they want you to know but read from all aspects to get your knowledge
  • Turings... egyptia... 2012/03/30 01:39:41
    TuringsChild
    +1
    Good idea.

    From 1517-1917 Turkey's Ottoman Empire controlled a vast Arab empire, a portion of which is today Lebanon, Syria, and Palestine. During World War I (1914-1918), Turkey supported Germany. When Germany was defeated, so were the Turks. In 1916 control of the southern portion of their Ottoman Empire was "mandated" to France and Britain under the Sykes-Picot Agreement, which divided the Arab region into zones of influence. Lebanon and Syria were assigned (mandated) to France... and "Palestine" (today's Jordan, Israel and "West Bank") was mandated to Great Britain. Because no other peoples had ever established a national homeland in "Palestine" since the Jews had done it 2,000 years before, the British "looked favorably" upon the creation of a Jewish National Homeland throughout ALL of Palestine. The Jews had already begun mass immigration into Palestine in the 1880's in an effort to rid the land of swamps and malaria and prepare for the rebirth of Israel. This Jewish effort to revitalize the land attracted an equally large immigration of Arabs from neighboring areas who were drawn by employment opportunities and healthier living conditions. There was never any attempt to "rid" the area of what few Arabs there or those Arab masses that immigrated into this area along...





















    Good idea.

    From 1517-1917 Turkey's Ottoman Empire controlled a vast Arab empire, a portion of which is today Lebanon, Syria, and Palestine. During World War I (1914-1918), Turkey supported Germany. When Germany was defeated, so were the Turks. In 1916 control of the southern portion of their Ottoman Empire was "mandated" to France and Britain under the Sykes-Picot Agreement, which divided the Arab region into zones of influence. Lebanon and Syria were assigned (mandated) to France... and "Palestine" (today's Jordan, Israel and "West Bank") was mandated to Great Britain. Because no other peoples had ever established a national homeland in "Palestine" since the Jews had done it 2,000 years before, the British "looked favorably" upon the creation of a Jewish National Homeland throughout ALL of Palestine. The Jews had already begun mass immigration into Palestine in the 1880's in an effort to rid the land of swamps and malaria and prepare for the rebirth of Israel. This Jewish effort to revitalize the land attracted an equally large immigration of Arabs from neighboring areas who were drawn by employment opportunities and healthier living conditions. There was never any attempt to "rid" the area of what few Arabs there or those Arab masses that immigrated into this area along with the Jews!

    In 1923, the British divided the "Palestine" portion of the Ottoman Empire into two administrative districts. Jews would be permitted only west of the Jordan river. In effect, the British had "chopped off" 75% of the originally proposed Jewish Palestinian homeland to form an Arab Palestinian nation called Trans-Jordan (meaning "across the Jordan River"). This territory east of the Jordan River was given to Emir Abdullah (from Hejaz, now Saudi Arabia) who was not even an Arab-"Palestinian!" This portion of Palestine was renamed Trans-Jordan. Trans-Jordan and would again be renamed "Jordan" in 1946. In other words, the eastern 3/4 of Palestine would be renamed TWICE, in effect, erasing all connection to the name "Palestine!" However, the bottom line is that the Palestinian Arabs had THEIR "Arab Palestinian" homeland. The remaining 25% of Palestine (now WEST of the Jordan River) was to be the Jewish Palestinian homeland. However, sharing was not part of the Arab psychological makeup then nor now.

    Encouraged and incited by growing Arab nationalism throughout the Middle East, the Arabs of that small remaining Palestinian territory west of the Jordan River launched never-ending murderous attacks upon the Jewish Palestinians in an effort to drive them out. Most terrifying were the Hebron massacres of 1929 and later during the 1936-39 "Arab Revolt." The British at first tried to maintain order but soon (due to the large oil deposits being discovered throughout the Arab Middle East) turned a blind eye. It became painfully clear to the Palestinian Jews that they must fight the Arabs AND drive out the British.

    The Palestinian Jews were forced to form an organized defense against the Arabs Palestinians... thus was formed the Hagana, the beginnings of the Israeli Defense Forces [IDF]. There was also a Jewish underground called the Irgun led by Menachem Begin (who later became Prime Minister of Israel). Besides fighting the Arabs, the Irgun was instrumental in driving out the pro-Arab British. Finally in 1947 the British had enough and turned the Palestine matter over to the United Nations.

    The 1947 U.N. Resolution 181 partition plan was to divide the remaining 25% of Palestine into a Jewish Palestinian State and a SECOND Arab Palestinian State (Trans-Jordan being the first) based upon population concentrations. The Jewish Palestinians accepted... the Arab Palestinians rejected. The Arabs still wanted ALL of Palestine... both east AND west of the Jordan River.

    Our Palestinian Cousins started the '48 war, and in so doing released the warlike appetites of a nation of survivors, a people with no place to run, who had repressed their rage for millennia, and had now earned full title to it!

    On May 14, 1948 the "Palestinian" Jews finally declared their own State of Israel and became "Israelis." On the next day, seven neighboring Arab armies... Egypt, Jordan, Syria, Lebanon, Saudi Arabia, Iraq and Yemen... invaded Israel. Most of the Arabs living within the boundaries of the newly declared "ISRAEL" were encouraged to leave by the invading Arab armies to facilitate the slaughter of the Jews and were promised to be given all Jewish property after the victorious Arab armies won the war. The truth is that 70% of the Arab Palestinians who left in 1948 -- perhaps 300,000 to 400,000 of them -- never saw an Israeli soldier! They did not flee because they feared Jewish thugs, but because of a rational and reasonable calculus: the Jews will be exterminated; we will get out of the way while that messy and dangerous business goes forward, and we will return afterwards to reclaim our homes, and to inherit those nice Jewish properties as well.

    They guessed wrong; and the Arab Palestinians are still tortured by the residual shame of their flight. Their shame is so great because in their eyes running from Jews was like running from women. So much for the blatant lie about Jews throwing out all the [Palestinian] Arabs! The remaining 30% either (1) saw for themselves that these Jews would fight and die for their new nation and decided to pack up and leave or (2) were driven off the land as a normal consequence of war.

    When the 19 month war ended, Israel survived despite a 1% loss of its entire population! Those Arabs who did not flee became today's Israeli-Arab citizens. Those who fled became the seeds of the first wave of "Palestinian Arab refugees."

    The Arab propagandists and apologists almost never mentioned that in 1948, Arab armies launched a war against a one-day-old Israel. Instead they focus on the main consequence of that war: the creation of Arab refugees, stating that Israel "short of genocide" expelled 800,000 of them. This not only disagrees with UN estimates of a bit over 400,000 refugees but also ignores the fact that most of the Arabs/Palestinians were encouraged to leave by the Arab World itself!

    http://www.masada2000.org/his...

    http://www.docstoc.com/docs/2...
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  • egyptia... Turings... 2012/03/30 10:24:31
    egyptianpharaoh
    +1
    this is what you do best ( lie) and cereate stories,
    first you have to know that jewish is a religeon its not a land. exactly like islam and Christianity , at the same time christian was killed and Persecuted in europe they were live in peace with muslimes in arabian country ,
    ( no other peoples had ever established a national homeland in "Palestine" since the Jews had done it 2,000 years before ) please respect other people minds when you lie
    and say some thing reasonAble ,
    civilisation never stop in this place of the world what about "Jaffa, Acre, Haifa , Jerusalem

    http://www.ifamericansknew.org/ LIE
  • Turings... egyptia... 2012/03/30 18:05:50 (edited)
    TuringsChild
    +1
    Sorry if the truth hurts. The fact is, regardless of how Israel started, once they won the Six Day War they owned all of that territory by right of conquest, just like EVERY OTHER NATION IN THE WORLD HAS DONE. The fact that they were nice enough (foolish enough) to allow Palestinians to continue living there is the only reason an argument can even continue. Get over it.
  • egyptia... Turings... 2012/03/30 23:24:26
    egyptianpharaoh
    +2
    (once they won the Six Day War) when israel occupy sinai is it (jewish land ) olso !?
    (they were nice enough (foolish enough) to allow Palestinians to continue living there is the only reason an argument can even continue. Get over it.)
    you are so kind , now israel kills every day 2 or 3 palastinians you want to kill them all
  • Turings... egyptia... 2012/03/30 23:32:07
    TuringsChild
    Hey, Palestinians have made it very clear that it's either one or the other. When you keep on firing rockets just for the hell of it, and blow up buses with children on board, don't be surprised when people don't care what happens to you anymore.
  • egyptia... Turings... 2012/03/30 23:42:03
    egyptianpharaoh
    +1
    100 civilian palastinians killed to 1 israelian
    israel just want to kill palastinian to say its empty land and its our land according to our legends
    and please tell tell me if egypt is a part of their land ?
  • Turings... egyptia... 2012/03/31 00:00:44
    TuringsChild
    Legends don't trump the spoils of war. Especially a war foisted ON them by hateful neighbors. Yes, Egypt lost that land fair and square. YOU yourself don't want to accept Israel's legends that say the land is theirs, why should your legends mean any more than theirs?
  • strawberry egyptia... 2012/03/31 18:01:38
    strawberry
    +1
    Israel was the aggressor in the "Six Day War." Israel attacked first. Israel always uses some excuse, when their main goal is to capture more land. The West Bank already had over 600,000 Arabs who came under Israeli administration. Because of this young Arabs joined the (PLO) for their own safety. They had every right to, yet Israel deemed them as a terrorist group. Now it seems Israel is doing the same with Iran. Prime Minister Netanayu makes no effort for any peace in the Middle East.
  • strawberry Turings... 2012/03/31 17:52:45 (edited)
    strawberry
    +1
    Israel was the aggressor in the "Six Day War." Israel attacked first. Anytime groups such as PLO formed for their own protection, Israel called them terrorists. Isreal's main goal is to gain as much land as possible that was Arab land.
    "The Six-Day War took place in June 1967. The Six Day War was fought between June 5th and June 10th. The Israelis defended the war as a preventive military effort to counter what the Israelis saw as an empending attack by Arab nations that surronded Israel. The Six Day War was initiated by General Moshe Dayan, the Israeli's Defense Minister.

    The success of the campaign must have surprised the Israelis. However, it also gave them a major problem that was to prove a major problem for the Israeli government for decades. By capturing Sinai, the Golan Heights and the West Bank of the Jordan River, the Israelis had captured for themselves areas of great strategic value. However, the West Bank also contained over 600,000 Arabs who now came under Israeli administration. Their plight led many young Arabs into joining the (PLO), a group the the Israelis deemed a terrorist organization. Israeli domestic policies became a lot more complicated after the military successes of June 1967,"
    http://www.historylearningsit...
  • Turings... strawberry 2012/03/31 18:08:00
    TuringsChild
    Excuse me, I was around back then, I KNOW who the aggressors WERE. The only way you can say Israel was the 'aggressor' is if you deny their very right to EXIST. If a kid is surrounded by a dozen bullies, do you really expect him to allow them to throw the first punches? He'd never get up.
  • BlueMax372 egyptia... 2012/03/30 22:03:19
    BlueMax372
    +1
    Lies. That's all the pallys are capable of.
  • Angela 2012/03/29 21:35:06
    No
    Angela
    +2
    This scares me...I don't like ANYTHING en force nowadays, especially there. Israel cancelled Passover leaves...sooo, I'm thinking something is up and no one's saying what..
  • Gunner Angela 2012/03/29 21:41:52
    Gunner
    So u support Palestine but u think Israel is planning for something & this march is not safe ??
  • Angela Gunner 2012/03/29 21:46:33
    Angela
    +1
    I support non-conflict on either side, and this worries me..just does..
  • Gunner Yosyp 2012/03/29 21:21:45
    Gunner
    +1
    Jim!! what a real man u r!! really really proofs that good people still alive & good overcome evil
  • Yosyp Gunner 2012/03/29 21:26:32
    Yosyp
    +2
    I didn't mean to remove that picture, I didn't see my vote show and when I tried to vote again for some reason the picture was removed. I'll add it again here

    palestine  children
  • Gunner Yosyp 2012/03/29 21:32:38
    Gunner
    It's okay Jim.. I knew u'll vote yes :) thank u
  • Bucky 2012/03/29 21:05:29
    Who Cares!!
    Bucky
    Why Kosovo But Not Palestine?

    In his September 21 speech to the United Nations, President Obama announced that he would veto U.N. recognition of a Palestinian state, because its independence was not a result of a negotiated settlement with Israel. He said that “peace depends upon compromise among people who must live together long after our…votes have been tallied….That’s the lesson of Sudan, where a negotiated settlement led to an independent state. And that is and will be the path to a Palestinian state — negotiations between the parties.”

    But President Obama neglected to mention a recent prominent example of unilateral independence, the State of Kosovo, which was recognized by the United States three years ago–even though its statehood did not come about through a negotiated settlement with Serbia. If an independent state of Palestine should only be recognized with Israel’s approval, then why did the U.S. recognize the independence of Kosovo in 2008, over the objections of Serbia? Why recognize Kosovo but not Palestine?

    http://www.counterpunch.org/2...
  • Gunner Bucky 2012/03/29 21:10:27 (edited)
  • Bucky Gunner 2012/03/29 21:29:28
    Bucky
    If you would even bother to read the article, you would have figured out that it was actually pro-Palestinian.
    How the hell did I ever accept a friend request from a dumbass like you?
  • Gunner Bucky 2012/03/29 21:48:51 (edited)
    Gunner
    +1
    well the dumb ass is the one who acts like he supports something & just vote (who cares!!!!!!) explain explain explain
  • BlueMax372 Bucky 2012/03/29 23:13:23
    BlueMax372
    +3
    From a strictly political scientific standpoint, 0v0mit is a blithering idiot, OR he's a tool of the international communists. One or the other. Choose, glibs.

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