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Re: Israel prevents Palestinian Christians in Gaza from celebrating Christmas in West Bank

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Plainiar wrote:”Fun to watch the apartheid apologists get shot down here in the comments!”.

>>Obviously he lacks thev intelligence to relize that it is he who has got shot down here in the comments!.
Plainliar is incapable of engaging in a rational discussion. Replying to his illogicaal, insult-filled screeds is a waste of time and energy.



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Re: PA ‘running behind peace continuously is proof of failure,’ says Jordanian politician – Middle East Monitor

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You are tedious.

1/ I refer you to Classified Docs Reveal Massacres of Palestinians in ’48 – and What Israeli Leaders Knew by Adam Raz in Haaretz 9 December 2022.
2/ It was Israel that refused to sign the French version of Res 242 and the Security Council was so desperate to clinch a deal they agreed for a French and `English version, the `English one using the indefinite pronoun but the sense is clear in the rider that notes the inadmissibility of acquiring territory by war. The net effect is Israel has NO NIET Claims on the West Bank but has been hoping by creating ‘facts on the ground’ to change the legal balance. So far no deal and attempts to slip in a bit of annexation under Trump’s wing caused quite a commotion in the UN dovecotes. The net effect is that Israel has NO CLAIM AT ALL to the West Bank.

The rest of your post is verbiage except I note the Palestinians are to ‘terminate all belligerency’ which is indeed RICH considering Israel is parked on Palestinian lands.



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Re: Israel prevents Palestinian Christians in Gaza from celebrating Christmas in West Bank

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PLO Official: We Supported the NAZl in WWII

Former political bureau head of the Palestine Liberation Organization (PLO) removes any doubt over Arab support for NAZl Germany.

If anyone has had doubts about the Palestinian Authority’s (PA) support  the NAZl, recent remarks by one of its leaders should make things clearer.

In an interview with Russia Today TV on December 7, Farouq Qaddoumi, the former political bureau head of the Palestine Liberation Organization (PLO), said that Arabs were “enthusiastic supporters” of the NAZl during World War II.



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Re: Israel boosts its profits by arms deals fuelling wars and conflicts

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Do you want to tell me that the European Jew who was completely unknown in the Middle East and who arrived uninvited, who raped the Palestinian women, who massacred the Palestinian people, who expelled 90% of the indigenous population, is defending himself from the 10% that remained? Is that the lie that you want to peddle? Go home back to Poland Germany, Hungary, Ukraine and defend yourself there.



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Re: Settler groups prepare to raid Al-Aqsa during Jewish holidays

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Why only kick the extremists out of Israel? Should not extremist Islamists be kicked out of Gaza, areas A and B of the Wet Bank and Area C of Judea and Samaria?

Of course this would mean that about two out of every three Palestinians would be kicked out of Gaza and the West Bank compared to about 200 to 300 extremist Jews in Judea and Samaria and Israel and several hundred extremist Arabs in Israel.

Of course this begs the question who is going to arrest, prosecute and deport them? Who is going to deport 3.5 million Palestinians and who would take them?

You might think this is hyperbole on my part but read The Palestinian Center for Policy and Survey Research (PSR) December 13, 2022 report, showing the majority of Palestinians desire a new intifada and support setting up armed groups like the lions den. The PSR summary states:

“The findings of the current quarter also indicate a significant decline in the level of support for the two-state solution accompanied by a significant rise in the percentage of those who think this solution is no longer feasible or possible due to settlement expansion. This change is not accompanied by an increase in the percentage of those who support the one-state solution in which Palestinians and Israeli Jews enjoy equal rights. To the contrary, support in the current quarter for this one-state solution has also dropped. These findings point to the possibility that the change in attitudes toward the political settlement with Israel reflects a hardening of public attitudes signifying less willingness to compromise. This hardening of attitudes can also be seen in the significant rise in support, in the West Bank, for a return to armed intifada. Furthermore, findings show a significant decrease, in both the West Bank and the Gaza Strip, in the percentage of those who view positively Israeli-Palestinian confidence building measures. On top of that, more than 70% of the public support the idea of forming armed groups such as the “Lions’ Den,” and only one in ten says the PA has the right to arrest members of these groups or disarm them.



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