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  • in reply to: No apology yet from Bennet on Uman Libel #2010238
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    Yserbius123, What would 99% of the people attending the “h” thing think of you and me?

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    Wishing a Gmar T. For klal yisroel. G. Yomtov.

    in reply to: No apology yet from Bennet on Uman Libel #2009544
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    To: #2009434
    Dear Yserbius123, I wouldn’t use the h. Word.

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    BTW, it’s still worth mentioning that the chief anti Haredi hatred is Haaretz hate site. Including June/2021 “Der Sturmer” style cartoon by Amos Biderman. Not to mention that the covid-rise at the time was among secular, specifically.

    in reply to: Sleeping in the sukkah #2009233
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    Just adding that if the weather is harsh, it can be המצטער פטור.

    in reply to: Some “random” anti-Jewish racist attacks by Arabs #2002296
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    Engaging: Arabs documented beating a Jewess and published it on Tiktok.”
    Israel Schil”ler, Channel 20, 15 Elul 5781 (23/08/2021)

    in reply to: Jews’ flight from city per racist attacks in Israel #2001990
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    Clashes and incitement

    The fanatical extremist hate site Haaretz, who has been inciting against religious Jews for years especially on its English version, quoted often by neo-nazis, but uses the term “racism” a lot for bait clicks, its hands isn’t clean either . In its typical twisted minds, it rationalizes Arab racism and terms worry for safety as “racist.”

    in reply to: My father has covid, please say tehilim #2001988
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    רפוא שלמה לכל רמ”ח אבריו ושס”ה גידיו.

    in reply to: Trump vs. Biden #2000856
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    It is very possible that under Trump we wouldn’t see emboldened both Hamas (Paleban) and Taliban…

    in reply to: The last Jew in Afghanistan #2000849
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    Only Hashem knows what will happen, for PR, this was recently:
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    Roi Kais in Kann News :

    Taliban spokesman in exclusive interview Kann News: “We will not harm human life”
    Two days after the Taliban takeover, spokesman Suhail Shahin is trying to reassure Afghan citizens and Western countries: “People should not be afraid and flee… Interested in good relations with the world” • On the last Jew in Kabul said: “We do not harm minorities”

    in reply to: Druze fight Islamic Jihadi Hezbollah using them as Human Shields #1999246
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    Abba_S you analysis is correct. Plus, Hezbollah thugs retaliated…

    Lillian H. Mueller (@lill_the_swiss) Tweeted:
    Following what happened in a Druze village (preventing Hezbollah 2use civilians as human shields in attacking IL) “Hezbollah members have attacked Druze all over Lebanon – it is reminiscent of the beginning of a civil war”, says Dr. @EdyCohen, about the incident last Friday. (Aug 8, 2021).
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    in reply to: Some “random” anti-Jewish racist attacks by Arabs #1998787
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    Of the so many racist attacks during Guardian of Walls.

    From YNET, Aug 9 ’21:

    “Maniac J-w, this is our area”: ​​6 accused of assault on a racial background in Haifa.

    The six are accused of attacking a 21-year-old Nesher resident during the riots during the “Guardian of the Walls” and setting fire to the scooter he was riding. Molotov cocktails were then thrown at his friend who had come to help. Ran Diamant, a messenger who was also attacked by the six, told Ynet: “A difficult event, I thought I would die”
    In a conversation with Ynet, Diamant said: “When they honked behind me and gave gas, I realized that they were looking for violence and wanted to just fall on Jews. They were about to get on me with the car. I got on the sidewalk with the scooter and I stopped. They gave brakes. Then Arabs began coming out from all the doors. I said to myself, ‘What am I doing now?’ I was thinking of trying to fight back and defend myself. ”

    “I told them ‘I’m just a courier and a worker, what do you want?'” Diamant added. “They kept cursing and beating me. I did not return them and did not curse. I hoped they would move on. They were looking for me to push them to trample me.”

    in reply to: Jews’ flight from city per racist attacks in Israel #1996478
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    Why Lod Jews fear….

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    Seven Arabs indicted for murder, terrorism in May killing of Jewish Lod man

    5 defendants are residents of the city, 2 are West Bank Palestinians who were illegally in country; prosecutors say they aimed to ‘instill fear’

    By TOI STAFF, 24 June 2021

    Murder, terrorism, and <sgrong>racism charges were filed Thursday against seven men accused of stoning Yigal Yehoshua to death in the central Israeli city of Lod last month…

    Five of those indicted at the Central District Court are Arab Israelis and the other two are Palestinians who were illegally staying in Israel at the time.

    in reply to: Jews’ flight from city per racist attacks in Israel #1996476
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    מהרסיך…ומחרביך ממך יצאו

    Asides from Arab Islamic racism there is the radical left Haaretz that throws around the racism label where not applicable.

    in reply to: Black Lives Mater: Destau Bisset, black Jew murdered by Arab racism #1996287
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    The following tweet from an Israeli Ethiopian : Boaz @Boaz36822374:
    26 jul. 2021 –
    ‘Why are Ethiopian left-wing activists not condemning the murder of the late Destau Bisset by young Arabs? Hypocrisy dressed in a slap in the face.’

    in reply to: Pushback on Ben and Jerrys #1995710
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    Bassem Eid (@eid_bassem) Tweeted: As a Palestinian peace activist who has worked and lived in the West Bank my whole life, I can tell you that you’re doing it all wrong. Your political stunt does nothing to help us and actually harms Palestinian workers. BDS is the opposite of peace! Shame on you.
    (Replying to @Mittaloak , July 28, 2021)

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    FASCIST NEVE GORDON – PART II

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    ACCUSED OF ‘RACIST JUDEOPHOBIC RHETORIC’

    “The real racism: Expecting Jews to die meekly”, Martin Sherman, The Jerusalem Post, Oct 28, 2011:

    Taken from an article by a senior Israeli academic, this excerpt typifies the racist Judeophobic rhetoric that has come to dominate the public discourse on the Israeli- Palestinian conflict.

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    MORE ON DISTORTIONS OF THIS “PROFESSOR”

    Shlomo Saran, “Our Inner Scourge: The Catastrophe of Israel Academics”, Ariel Center for Policy Research Policy Paper No, 171. (Sep-2007 – Tishrei-5768)

    Student Complaint about Ben Gurion University’s Neve Gordon.

    The lecture began smoothly, with Neve Gordon giving a theoretical explanation of human rights (including the fundamental human right of free speech). It soon, however, turned very political.
    He presented a slideshow about the “Separation Wall” and the injustices it causes to the Palestinians. He made many mentions of land being “confiscated” by the Israelis and the “humiliation” caused to the Palestinians due to lack of movement throughout the territories.
    On his PowerPoint presentation, he mentioned that parts of the fence were electrified. However, I then corrected him that they were just electric monitors. He conceded on this point.

    My fellow students and I challenged him on his accusations and he became frustrated and lashed back due to the questions. He said he was more Zionist then any of us on the basis that he lives in Israel (although some in the class, including myself, are currently making Aliya).
    He condescendingly remarked that we were just full of American propaganda. He then requested that we stop asking questions and try to learn something.
    I made a comment that Israel is in a war and fences and separation are necessary. He then made a comment about how during war millions of Jews were thrown in ovens. I asked him if he was comparing the situation in Israel to Nazi Germany and he did not answer. He then made another comparison of fenced in Palestinians and ghettos in Germany. He also claimed that when Jordan took control of the West Bank it was legal, but when the Israelis won the territory in war, it was illegal.
    At the end, I was able to approach him. I asked how he could possibly justify standing in solidarity with Arafat after the Passover Seder massacre. He became agitated and admitted that the picture has caused him troubles.
    I then asked how he could sue another professor (at the University of Haifa – SS) for exercising his right to freedom of speech. He responded that we as Americans don’t understand that in
    Israel it is acceptable to sue in such a case for libel and that in Israel his case is reasonable…
    He left in a huff, seeming very frustrated, annoyed, and agitated.

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    WHEN AMNESTY HAD A RARE MONENT OF TRUTH –IN CONDEMNING HAMAS USE OF HUMAN SHIELDS– HE PROTESTED IT

    STATE OF PALESTINE: UNLAWFUL AND DEADLY: ROCKET AND MORTAR ATTACKS BY PALESTINIAN ARMED GROUPS DURING THE 2014 GAZA/ISRAEL CONFLICT

    26 March 2015, Index number: MDE 21/1178/2015

    During the Gaza/Israel conflict in July and August 2014, Palestinian armed groups fired thousands of rockets and mortars at Israel, in many cases directed towards Israeli civilians and civilian objects, in violation of international law. The conduct of Palestinian armed groups, including firing from residential areas and using indiscriminate munitions that cannot be accurately directed at a military target, also endangered civilians in Gaza.

    Gordon with his co-author a former al-Jazeera propagandist (Nicola Perugini) argument was based on that supid line of which side lost more, even if ‘Pallywood’ provided figures of so called “civilians” would be true, they do not blame the very inhumane anti-Israel genocidals.

    So the duo radicals have worked on a “book” which was exposed:
    <en>”How Neve Gordon Identifies with Hamas”. Academia Monitor, Nov 19, 2020.

    in reply to: Ben-Giver #1995388
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    To Health, See also:
    F Gottheil (2013). “The Smoking Gun: Arab immigration into Palestine – 1921-1933.”

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    Chicago Tribune, July 8, 1983 – “Palestine’s Lies and Facts.”

    … But a lie is still a lie.
    Lie No. 1: The Palestinians were a sovereign people and nation until they were “expelled” in 1948.

    Facts: The area known as Palestine was a province of the Ottoman Empire from the 16th Century until the British took control in 1917. From 1917 until 1948, the area was under British operational control and, later, mandate.

    There was never a Palestinian nation.

    Further, the population of the entire area, according to a 1879 Encyclopedia Britannica, was never substantial and was ethnically diverse. Any inhabitants there were concentrated in two cities, Jerusalem and Jaffa, and in the nomadic Bedouin tribes.

    There was also a constant Jewish community. From the time of the first census in 1844 to the present, there have always been more Jews in Jerusalem than Moslems. Large-scale Jewish immigration during the Ottoman period made the Jewish community. From the time of the first census in 1844 to the present, there have always been more Jews in Jerusalem than Moslems. Large scale Jewish immigration during the Ottoman period made the Jewish community a significant presence.

    It was only after the Jewish settlers bought land and made the area economically productive that the Arabs returned in significant numbers. Between the World Wars, the Arab population in predominantly Arab towns rose only insignificantly, e.g. 16,000 to 23,000 in Nablus. The population trends in the three major Jewish cities show a different story. The Arab population increased in Jerusalem by 97 percent, from 28,500 to 56,400, in Jaffa by 134 percent, from 27,400 to 62,600 and in Haifa by 216 percent, from 18,400 to 58,200.

    The massive Arab immigration into Palestine during the Mandate period accounts for roughly 75 percent of the supposedly “Palestinian” population present at the time of the partition in 1948.

    in reply to: Ben-Giver #1995146
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    Portion of article in Channel 20, yesterday.

    R’ Tzachi Fenton:
    “SIR” Mr. Tibi – Palestinian Patriot MK CH20, 18 Av, 5781:

    ‘You may continue to be an MK in the Knesset of Israel, the parliament of the Jewish people in the Land of Israel. As is well known, this is a right that would not have been given to you in any Arab country in the world if the situation had been the opposite. ‘

    Tibi is a descendant of an immigrant family from Syria who decided to settle in Israel a few decades ago. Ahmad Tibi has never been able to prove any connection to any root clan from the Land of Israel. In addition, it should be remembered that even ‘rooted’ Israeli Arabs are merely descendants of immigrants from all the countries around us who invaded Israel, usually for economic reasons. Most of them probably came with waves of refugees from the Arabian Peninsula, Egypt, and the north – Horannis, Syrians and more. Perhaps here and there there are even descendants of invaders from earlier periods, such as the Cults. In any case, this is a mixed population of invaders and therefore they are called ‘Palestinians’. It is a distortion of the ‘Philistines’ [POLSHIM], that is, a people who invade the homeland of other peoples, just like the ancient Philistines who invaded Israel from the islands of the sea and lived mainly in our coastal cities.

    Documentation of the act of Ahmad Tibi:

    * In contrast, the people of Israel of course never abandoned the Land of Israel. There was almost always the She’erit HaPleita here, we will mention the Zinati family for example. Even all the Jewish people who were in the Diaspora did not for a moment abandon their desire to return here, and by the grace of God they did return to the Land of Israel. By the way, it’s really lucky for the invading Arabs who were here. Just try to imagine what would have happened to them if a Shiite regime like in Iran or an Alawite like in Syria had taken over here…

    * But now comes the most amusing part: in recent years, along with all the falsification of history they are doing, the Palestinians are trying to position themselves as if they are descendants of the Canaanites. No matter that since Sennacherib there is no Canaanite people at all, and no matter that the Palestinians in every way are considered a mixed night of many peoples, I am willing to ‘flow’ with them for a moment. So dear Ahmad Tibi, if you claim to be a Canaanite let us open together the book of Genesis and read what Noah said, the same Noah mentioned to you in the Qur’…: “. Do you remember which of us is a descendant of a name, yes? So come on, feel free to come work for me in the garden. But fortunately there is no slavery today and even as stated you are not a descendant of Canaan. So you can stay calm. You may continue to be an MK in the Knesset of Israel, the parliament of the Jewish people in the Land of Israel.

    in reply to: Ben-Giver #1994894
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    Truth is , as a whole. Ben Gvir is not my role model so to speak nor is anything in his Shitah. But, he is right about hypocrite Ahmed Tibi who enjoys Usrarl’s free equal to all democracy but abusing it. And anyone who supports terrorism that targets ANY Israeli for belongingbyonthe Jewish people, is a racist. Even if unreliable Haaretz twists it around.

    in reply to: Racist Linda Sarsour & Ben & Jerry’s announcement #1994848
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    DearcYserbius123, anti Jewish hatred is not treated as all racism. That in and of itself is hate.

    Too bad Soros & Co. Fail to see it

    in reply to: Racist Linda Sarsour & Ben & Jerry’s announcement #1994397
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    Linda Sarsour was also called out by black activists, including in 2017 by one who wrote:
    “RACIST White Arab activist **Linda SarSour** attacks African…”

    in reply to: Politicizing kashrus #1993693
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    What does anti Jewish bigotry have to with term “politics”?

    in reply to: Bigoted BDS Omar Shakir used “apartheid slur” #1985172
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    The vicious lies doesn’t seem to stop even as Israeli government in June, 2021 includes: ‘An Islamic party in the coalition, a minister, 2 deputy chairmen, and 3 committee chairmen”, and ”Apartheid in Israel” has never looked more ridiculous.’

    Because it was never about facts or reality.

    in reply to: T Halawa: “Hi–r was right.” A journalist at biased BBC #1977870
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    In fact, BBC almost was one of the starters in chain of anti Israel reporting, since around 1970, at least.

    For latest see

    Honestreporting .com and camera .org
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    BTW, Jeremy Bowen is terrible. If you want more info about his latest distortion, it can be provided. .

    in reply to: T Halawa: “Hi–r was right.” A journalist at biased BBC #1977701
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    She wouldn’t be the first Arab nazi to hide behind “pro palestine” activism, or a “journalist”. This chain of tweet was revealed after Halawa put up a clip for BBC where by she misstated about the ‘throwing the Jews into the sea’ within a “palestinian” slogan. Worth mentioning that Hitler-lady deleted those tweets only after being exposed of course. How did the BBC “miss” that?

    in reply to: CNN Contributer Tweets: “The world today needs a Hitler.” #1976036
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    The cries of Khybar and Allah akhbar (outside Israel or inside) don’t leave doubt of the motivation… it starts off in education.

    About incitement and education, see PALWATCH and MEMRI .

    Now, that is the real source of the “conlict.” It began by the first infamous instigator, al-Husseini in 1920.

    (Shabbat shalom from here in the US)

    in reply to: CNN Contributer Tweets: “The world today needs a Hitler.” #1975389
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    ARAB NURSE IN ISRAEL: YUSUF NAIM – SELF PROCLAIMED PALESTINIAN NAZI

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    Hadassah Ein Kerem Hospital fired Yusuf Naim after posting a picture of a swastika on his Instagram account.

    Kikar haShabbat [on FB], May 16, 2021.

    At Hadassah: An employee posted a swastika and was suspended. A nurse at Hadassah Hospital posted a picture of a swastika next to the caption “Nazi Palestinian” on his Instagram account.

    Arutz7 Channel 7, 4. Sivan 5781. 15/05/21

    in reply to: Bigoted BDS Omar Shakir used “apartheid slur” #1971062
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    Jackk quoted Naomi Chazan, I just looked her up, she is:

    [1] from Meretz…

    [2]
    ..and Chazan is a past president of anti-Israel George SOROS linked ‘New Israel Fund…’

    ’nuff said.

    in reply to: Bigoted BDS Omar Shakir used “apartheid slur” #1971058
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    Thanks MadeAIiyah!
    The situation isn’t ideal. The other real question is: Would Israelis prefer not to inact security measures or shall we spell it out : SUICIDE?

    in reply to: Bigoted BDS Omar Shakir used “apartheid slur” #1970914
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    Jackk.

    I Just read your other “posts” and radical PRE JUDICIAL “opinions” here in the forum. Thanks but no thanks.

    I do respect you, as a person, though.
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    But to others in the forum I say:

    I do remember how and who (among highlighted) used this slur especially since 2006 by Jimmy Carter. Though it was invented before the so called “occupation” (of ’67), by pro Eichmann Ahmad Shukeiri (who helped the nazis in 1941 and in 1946 rationalized the Holocaust) in 1961 who also protested Eichmann trial in Israel. (See Yitzchak Oron, 1961, p.188).

    Now since we mentioned chronologically Jimmy Carter, let’s quote straight from the horse’s mouth (LATimes, Dec.08.08):

    “The book is devoted to circumstances and events in Palestine and not in Israel, where democracy prevails and citizens live together and are legally guaranteed equal status.” 

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    Re Jimmy Carter’s 2006 “book”:
    (Foxnews, 2006):

    Kenneth Stein, director of the Institute for the Study of Modern Israel, resigned Tuesday as Middle East Fellow of the Carter Center of Emory University, stating in his resignation letter that “President Carter’s book on the Middle East, a title too inflammatory to even print, is not based on unvarnished analyses; it is replete with factual errors, copied materials not cited, superficialities, glaring omissions, and simply invented segments.”

    “The purpose of the book should be to try to bring people together, to try and reconcile them. He published in the LA Times because his book tour is going in that direction,” Stein said. “I’m a historian, I believe in the integrity of my profession, I believe that things should be written accurately, even if you disagree with them.”

    … “I think the point of the book is to be hostile to Israel,” Hier said. “I think he deliberately did it.”

    Hier said the book sides with the Palestinian cause and blames Israel for troubles in the Middle East.

    “The reason he wrote this book is because he has become a spokesman for the Palestinian cause,” Hier said. “Having read the book, I can tell you these are not the words of a person who is objective, who is trying to see a way out of this. He has come down 100 percent on the Palestinian side..”

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    Now make the simple math, since Anti Israel Carter admitted about the great Israel equal democracy and nothing about the situation which he chose to terms as “apartheid” is related in any way to any “racism” but his entire book with that term is exclusiveky about the “territories”, so what “apartheid” was the apartheid slur” inventor Shukeiri referred to in 1961? Answer: of course it’s about defamation , not about facts. Always was.
    Again, fear of Arab racist attacks, especially from those innterrotories is genuine.

    in reply to: Bigoted BDS Omar Shakir used “apartheid slur” #1970767
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    Thanks.

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    Facts of racism in the area and the intolerance of casting fear as “racist”

    A Jew cannot buy or rent in an Arab settlement. And even in those mixed communities where there was a Jewish minority, Peki’in village is an example where Jews fled the terror of Arab racism.

    That Jews fear going through certain Arab villages, is practical fear.

    Denying genuine worry of Israelis and casting it as just intolerance, is in and of itself intolerance. No matter if its Arab racism by Arab “activists” casted in “human rights” or anti-Jewish Haaretz/Btselem’s Avi-ad who by focusing its denouncements in the international arena and ignoring real human rights abuses on the Arab side
    (whether Arab leadership inside Israel or “palestinian”) and Arab racism against Jews, proves the real agenda.

    The Palestinian Authority’s death sentence for anyone who sells real estate to a Jew. And moderate (relatively to genocidal Hamas) Mahmoud Abass’ 2013 open dekaration of no Jew to be in future [judenrein, ethnic cleansed] “palestine” state, now that is raw racism.

    Is is not “apartheid” when calculations is risk assessment.

    Nor is there a difference between the “race” of Israeli-Arabs and “palestinian”-Arabs.

    Nor is it “apartheid” when Arab representation is very powerful in all areas, including in Knesset.

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    Now, this particular “activist” Omar Shakir was deported (2018/19) for his bigoted BDS activity. That is more than enough. It is only worse when abusing HRW. This hypocrite makes it also sound as if this is some “new” and “original” so called “research”, in fact, he tweeted support for Btselem’s Avi-Ad in 2020 about it…

    in reply to: Bigoted BDS Omar Shakir used “apartheid slur” #1969668
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    NGO Monitor is an organisation set up to hold non-governmental organisations to account, and it quickly published a rebuttal of this latest HRW report. A few key points are listed here:

    -The document adds to decades of HRW’s obsessively singling out of Jews and Israel, and rejection of the legitimacy of a Jewish nation state …

    -HRW’s report is part of a concerted NGO campaign over the past 18-months to interject the term “apartheid” into discourse about Israel …

    -The claims made regarding Israel and the definition of apartheid under the Rome Statute are fundamentally political and rejected by many legal experts as distortion and slander.

    -To exploit the apartheid claim, HRW and the other NGOs erase the basic nature of the South African regime, which was characterized by systematic, institutionalized oppression …

    -HRW denies Israel’s legitimacy as a Jewish state and reduces all security policies to “demographic objectives.”

    -HRW dismisses Israel’s concerns and policies on security in the context of ongoing terror, falsely asserting that security is used “as a justification to advance demographic objectives.”

    As usual, international media organisations have written at length about the HRW report. The BBC’s news article covers some of the main accusations at length before quoting international human rights lawyer, Philippe Sands, as saying the report ‘was a balanced and rigorous wake-up call by a serious and authoritative organisation.’

    Thankfully, they also quoted Gerald Steinberg, founder of NGO Monitor, right at the end of their article as saying the HRW report was part of a “vindictive vendetta … against Israel as the nation state of the Jewish people.”

    He highlighted the fact that HRW had chosen to “completely ignore and erase deliberately decades of terrorism and the need for counter-terror measures.”

    President of the British Board of Deputies, Marie van der Zyl, said the HRW report was a “sham which puts rhetoric above fact.”

    “They consistently ignore or downplay the fact that Israel’s security measures in the West Bank and around Gaza are the response to well-documented terror activities. The ridiculous ‘apartheid‘ slur in this report is belied by the fact that, as it stands, Israel’s next government may well rely on the support of Arab parties, voted for by the country’s fully-enfranchised Arab citizens.”

    Writing in the Jerusalem Post, Seth J. Frantzman notes that Israel’s human rights record regarding treatment of the Palestinians has improved in recent decades. ‘Clashes between Israeli forces and Palestinians rarely result in the death of civilians, a major change from how events unfolded during the First and Second Intifadas.’

    He also emphasises the fact that an entire generation of Palestinians has grown up educated in Palestinian Authority schools in the West Bank and under Hamas rule in Gaza. Someone born when the Palestinians first began to administer their own affairs in a new authority under the Oslo Accords is now 25 years old.

    If anyone doubts the claims of bias in the accusations levelled against Israel, one only has to look at the way the country is singled-out for criticism at the United Nations to realise that there is a significant international problem.

    in reply to: Understanding Lag Baomer #1969669
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    נהפך לאבל מחולינו…

    So many victims in Meron….

    Father in Shomayim hob rachmonus.

    in reply to: Gebrok halacha? Liquids in Pesach Dip recipes (for matza) #1960632
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    It was always spelled in Yiddish:

    גיבראקט

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    BTW Avocado on Matzoh … מי פירות אין מחמיצין…

    in reply to: Gebrok halacha? Liquids in Pesach Dip recipes (for matza) #1960628
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    BTW Avocado on Matzoh … מי פירות אין מחמיצין…

    in reply to: Kitniyos on Erev Pesach #1959399
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    Same as #1958882

    in reply to: Nassrallah’s “outrageous claims” #1950045
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    (Iran backed) Islamist Hezbollah’s Hassan Nasrallah:

    …the Jews will gather from all parts of the world into occupied Palestine, not in order to bring about the anti-Christ and the end of the world, but rather that Allah the Glorified and Most High wants to save you from having to go to the ends of the world [to kill them], for they have gathered in one place–they have gathered in one place–and there the final and decisive battle will take place.

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    Al-Manar, (BBC Monitoring) September 27, 2002.
    [Camera: Hassan Nasrallah: In His Own Words.]

    in reply to: Nassrallah’s “outrageous claims” #1950056
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    Nasrallah said their [Chrs.] aim was to return the Jews to Israel and rebuild their temple, destroyed by the Romans in 70AD, over the Al-Aqsa Mosque….However, Nasrallah added, “if they (Jews) all gather in Israel, it will save us the trouble of going after them worldwide.”

    Daily Star
    Oct.23.02

    in reply to: Nassrallah’s “outrageous claims” #1950046
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    Charliehal, #1949930.
    Or “mondo” , or Neve Gordon…

    in reply to: Zechiras Amolek #1949902
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    You mean REISHIS not Rishon…

    in reply to: Andrew Yang Mayor 2021? #1947833
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    I agree with ‘sifsei_chachamim’ to just ask him straight out, on his actual ‘plan’ re bris. Though we know his beliefs in ‘theory.’

    in reply to: Andrew Yang Mayor 2021? #1947832
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    NYC: Yang Reaffirms Strong Support For Israel & Opposition To BDS After Report Links Staffer To Sarsour

    Let’s hope racist Arab “palestinisn” radical Linda Sarsour has no influence …

    in reply to: Biden’s destructive rule re Houthis #1946496
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    Jackk. How can you equate non action to actively reversing act by Biden?
    The following isn’t minimizing the damage:

    Jaclyn Diaz,, “State Department Condemns Group It Removed From Terrorist List”. Feb.8.21. NPR.

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    Secular Intifada: An appeal to the ombudsman to open a criminal investigation against the Haaretz newspaper

    This past weekend, senior journalist Uri Misgav published an article saturated with incitement and racism against the ultra-Orthodox public in the Haaretz newspaper, B’Tsalmo decided that they are no longer silent in the face of clear media incitement against the ultra-Orthodox public.

    Aharon Miller, Bechadrei Chadarim, Jan.24.21

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    Biden isn’t known to be anti Jewish. I’m almost sure he hasn’t seen all aspects here, in the case. It’s one of those he acted blindly, only G-d knows what mistakes he can do next…

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    About racist Arab “palestinian” Rashida Tlaib’s description of her “feeling” re Holocaust victims. … sickening.

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    Feb.3.21.
    HaHadashot-12

    After the Arab mass funeral in Tamra (at the funeral of Ahmad Hajazi, a student who was shot dead during a shootout between police and criminals in Arab town Tamra), and the media did not make it as interesting as a storm at the funeral of the ultra-Orthodox, Yair Sharki (religious) said the ultra-Orthodox do not believe you (media). Because when you survey another funeral you do not survey with such condemnation as you survey the ultra-Orthodox.

    Yaron Avraham (non-religious) replied that one does not justify the other, but this time admitted that there is a founke standard in the media’s attitude toward the ultra-Orthodox, because until now they have claimed that a demonstration is okay, but a funeral is wrong. But if a funeral is okay in the Arab sector then what is the fuss about the ultra-Orthodox then?

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    Haha.

    Racist Omar: “whether it be AIPAC, the NRA, or the fossil fuel industry…”
    Here is in a nutshell Omar / Tlaib… shpiel…ugly propaganda.
    Posing as leftists only to hit at Jews. And craftily sneaking it into an umbrella of “liberalism” say the two fake progressives / true devoted mohamedeans.

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    Charliehall. Kudos to Germany for its ruling against BDS . May-’19.

    BTW
    Neo nazis are very prominent into bds. Google-ing: “bds swastikas” is alarming.

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    Adam Kinzinger of Illinois
    Brian Fitzpatrick of Pennsylvania
    John Katko of New York
    Fred Upton of Michigan
    Nicole Malliotakis of New York
    Carlos Gimenez of Florida
    Chris Jacobs of New York
    Young Kim of California
    Maria Elvira Salazar of Florida
    Chris Smith of New Jersey
    Mario Diaz-Balart of Florida

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    PS
    The last one, the Cuban guy, is brother of Jose , Telemundo / NBC News anchor .
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    IMHO, its rather healthier יהודים בצנעא…not to be בריש גלי.
    בבחינת יאה עניותא ליהודאי…

    Not comfortable with Adam Schiff or Schumer for this reason. At least Kushner shied away from limelight. והמבין יבין

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    On a footnote / a lighter note..I’d like to be makirTov to whoever invented her abbr. Imagine if we had to type her whole name, again and again…even if she herself invented this mtg short code. After all, we are supposed to be makirTov even for Mitzrayim for the positive part… לא תתעב מצרי, כי גר היית בארצו

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