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Tonight I’m Gonna Party Like It’s 19[3]9

November 26th, 2013 - 5:58 pm


But who cannot be called human? Where have we heard that before? Say, Nazi propaganda? Didn’t end well then.

Any by the way, the Obama administration did not condemn these vicious anti-Israel statements nor did it alter any policy because of them.

Holocaust? Yawn!

Meanwhile, the U.S. policy has also hardened Palestinian Arabs’ lines, as shown in statements by leaders. In turn, the Palestinian Arabs have hardened their policy, insulting the United States. Recently, there was a situation in which a Georgetown University session ditched a Nazi speaker but still featured a Nazi professor who denied that bin Ladin had played a role in September 11.

And moreover, Professor Rima Najjar posted on her Facebook page: “What Brandeis University does not understand: Palestinian armed resistance to Zionist colonization is a path to liberation.” Brandeis University suspended its partnership with al-Quds University after the West Bank University had a rally that was meant to honor the martyrs of Islamic Jihad, in which the symbol of Israel, the Star of David, was symbolically stepped on by all demonstrators.

This is going to justify the murder of any Israeli. If,

we don’t end the presence of Israeli soldiers perpetually within the West Bank, then there will be an increasing feeling that if we cannot get peace with a leadership that is committed to nonviolence, you may wind up with leadership that is committed to violence.

Well, what do you think has been happening for almost 90 years?


Cross-posted at PJ Lifestyle

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Dr Rubin, can you please explain why Iran " can win " with conventionnal weapons ? hezbollah is no match for a full-scale confrontation with IDF.
And I do not see the current israeli govt.weak or stupid enough to evacuate areas B+C in Judea-Samaria and give them to hamas.
Which brings to my 2nd demand : Why do you see Iran nuclear arsenal as purely defensive ?
On the israeli perspective There is a linkage, a rational escalation, between a tactical defeat of hezbollah at the hand of IDF - followed - by a nuclear attack from Iran on Israel .If hezbollah is crushed by IDF then Iran can send dozens of missiles including many dummies to wear out the israeli anti-missile defense, then one iranian nuke can go through.
On the saudi arabia perspective , there are no questions about the OFFENSIVE nature of Iran nuclear weapon.That is the logic behind the saudi position; As soon as Iran reaches a nuke Saudi will get one .
Saudi arabia nor Egypt never looked for nukes despite 4 wars against a nuclear-able Israel.Because they clearly perceived the israeli nukes are purely defensive.Right now Saudi arabia perceives the iranian nukes as offensive weapons. I think it is exactly the same OFFENSIVE threat wich is pointed at Israel.
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I've read articles which suggest America is withdrawing from the Middle East -- abandoning the region. But is this the case? Others say that Obama, far from withdrawing from the area, is actually re-aligning existing powers. Thus he is promoting the rise of Turkey, Iran, Syria, while abandoning Israel. This reminds me of a book Fareed Zacharia promoted back in 2010. It was "Reset: Iran, Turkey, and America's future" by Kinzer. Is Obama (a fan of Zacharia) doing what Kinzer advised? Dump Israel, support Iran?
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International readers are not impressed with the unprofessional air Kerry wafts on the Middle/Near East - Israel issues. He treats the personalities involved on issues as school boys whom he rather hush the aggrieved to appease the bully. He is known as traitor in Vietnam, and look what he's doing now? He is elevating his traitorous endeavors. Ohhh, how sick ...
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