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Friday, 2 December 2016

BLACK DAY FOR PALESTINE: Remembering 29th November, 1947.

Remembering 29th November, 1947
The Black Day For Palestine!

Anglo-American Block
Created Israel
On Palestinian Land

(This was the original proposed partition plan)
On 29th November, 1947, the United Nations
General Assembly voted 33 to 13,
with 10 abstentions and one absent,
in favor of the modified
Palestine Partition Plan. And
Israel was officially created!

(And this is actual real-life partition of today. The Green (Palestine) disappears.)
America and Britain created Israel and they cross the line of all ethics, decency, reason and logic in supporting their illegitimate child. Recent American Presidents have followed the same pattern in policy as if Israel was dictating it to them. They don’t feel ashamed or embarrassed in taking an unreasonable stand on the Palestine-Israel issue.
Obama Administration's continued refusal to embrace the facts on the ground and condemn Israel for its ruthless killing of aid workers off the coast of Gaza highlights a fundamental problem with the way in which the Israeli/Palestinian conflict in America is portrayed. Since the mainstream media is owned or controlled by the Jews/Zionists, they are all doing the same anti-Palestine, anti-Arab (and now anti-Muslim) propaganda. The truth is snubbed.

In America and Britain, the premise upon which the Palestine-Israel debate is based on. is fundamentally flawed, and in some cases overtly racist. The American media and the intellectual classes operate within the ‘programmed logic’ that Israel is the victim of Arab aggression and is simply defending itself from hostile neighbors. The Muslim countries are anti-Semitic and hell bent on the destruction of Israel, therefore, they cannot be negotiated with. Israel, the story goes, is a democracy and an ally of the United States and, therefore, justified in anything it does to protect itself. This myth with all its bias prevails in the West.

Joseph Weitz:
In 1948, Joseph Weitz , director of the Jewish National Land Fund and head of the 3rd “Transfer Committee” stated:

“ We must direct our war towards the
removal of as many Arabs as possible
from boundaries of our state.”

Between 1947 and 1949, there were 45 reported massacres including the Yehida Massacre, Al-Sheikh Massacre, Beit Daras Massacre, Dahmesh Massacre, and the better known Deir Yassin Massacre, in which more than 250 people were murdered (25 pregnant women were bayoneted in the abdomen and 52 children were beheaded) as well as the Dawayma Massacre in which 100 people were killed, including children who were murdered by fracturing their heads with sticks.

Yitzhak Rabin, Israeli Prime Minister, 1993:

"No return to the 1967 borders!
No discussion on the Permanent Status (of a Palestinian State)!
No withdrawal from the Jordan Valley!
No negotiations with the PLO!
No to a Palestinian State”!
(Yitzhak Rabin. Israeli Prime Minister – 1993)


Theodor Herzl, Founder of Political Zionism, May 1896:
"Without preparation, I told [Michael von] Newlinsky that we imagine that Palestine would be given to us for £20 million ($100 million [in 1896]). Two million would be given to Palestine on the basis of the capitalization of its present [1896] yield of £80,000 annually. With the other £18 million, we should free Turkey from the Control Commission”.
(Theodor Herzl, founder of political Zionism, 1860 - 1904, from a Personal Diary entry 18th May, 1896).

“We shall endeavor to expel the poor population
(of Palestine) across the border unnoticed,
procuring employment for it in the transit
countries, but denying it any employment in our country”.
(Theodor Herzl, founder of political Zionism, 1860 - 1904,
from a Personal Diary entry 12th June, 1895).

“Israelis' policy is to confiscate Palestinian territory”
– Jimmy Carter

Jimmy Carter, ex-U.S. President:
“The pre-eminent obstacle to peace is Israel's colonization of Palestine. Israel's occupation of Palestine has obstructed a comprehensive peace agreement in the Holy Land, regardless of whether Palestinians had no formalized government, one headed by Yasser Arafat or Mahmoud Abbas, or with Abbas as president and Hamas controlling the parliament and cabinet."
(Jimmy Carter, U.S. President who negotiated the Camp David peace accord, 1979).

"Israel should end its blockade of Gaza, and Western countries should work to facilitate reconciliation between Hamas and their Palestinian rival, Fatah. As long as Gaza remains isolated, the situation in and around Gaza will remain volatile.
Israel's leaders don't want a Palestinian state,” Carter tells Metro in an exclusive interview.
The Israelis have continued with their massive settlement program in the West Bank and East Jerusalem, and the Palestinians say they won't negotiate as long as Israel is continuing to take over their territory, so there's deadlock. The United States is looked upon by the rest of the international community as the primary interlocutor, so the European Union members don't take action. As a result, there's no intermediary who can move things forward and initiate peace talks.

I think the big change is that the Israeli leaders have decided to abandon the two-state solution. Their policy now is to confiscate Palestinian territory, and they've announced publicly that it the Palestinians have to recognize not just Israel but Israel as a Jewish state, even though 20% of the Israeli community is non-Jews.

Netanyahu has also decided that even the Jordan valley has to be under Israeli control. So, those factors indicate quite clearly that Netanyahu has decided that the two-state solution is not what he wants. He wants what is being called Greater Israel, Eretz Israel. That's a new development, and I think everyone recognizes this.
(Courtesy: The Huffington Post and Metro)

Nelson Mandela:
“The Palestinian state cannot be the by-product of the Jewish state, just in order to keep the Jewish purity of Israel. Israel’s racial discrimination is daily life of most Palestinians. Since Israel is a Jewish state, Israeli Jews are able to accrue special rights which non-Jews cannot do. Palestinian Arabs have no place in a “Jewish” state.
Apartheid is a crime against humanity. Israel has deprived millions of Palestinians of their liberty and property. It has perpetuated a system of gross racial discrimination and inequality. It has systematically incarcerated and tortured thousands of Palestinians, contrary to the rules of international law. It has, in particular, waged a war against a civilian population, in particular children.”

"If you want peace and democracy, I will support you.
If you want formal Apartheid, we will not support you.
If you want to support racial discrimination and
ethnic cleansing, we will oppose you."

(Memo to Thomas Friedman about Israel & Palestine, by Nelson Mandela, in Jefferson Corner - America's Speaker's Corner, 28 March 2001.)

George Galloway: Free Palestine!
"Free Palestine, Free Afghanistan, Free Speech" - George Galloway

George Galloway Speaking in Vancouver, British Columbia:

“The Palestinians are the victims of one of 
the greatest crimes of the 20th century 
now bleeding into the 21st century”.

“Israel has broken more U.N. Security Council
Resolutions than all the other countries of
the World combined. They have broken more
international law than all the countries
of the world put together.
The Palestinians who are the victims of terrorism
are called the terrorists, and the Israelis
who are the ‘Terrorists’ are referred to as
the victims by the  Zionist-controlled politicians
and Zionist-controlled media in the West.”
(Speech made at St. Andrew's Wesley United Church, Vancouver, Canada,
Monday, November 21, 2010).

Since the modern civilized world leaders are unable (or honestly unwilling) to solve this chronic problem, the world population, especially the Palestinians and Muslims, are now looking up to the heavens and begging God to intervene. With God, all things are possible. But we should know what happens when God intervenes and delivers justice!


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