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There are a lot of things that people take for granted when talking about Israel, that they never would in any other context.
Israel must maintain a Jewish majority.
If someone were to say “Keep England white.” you’d call…
You do realize that Palestine and Israel used to be the same country, and Jews were harassed quite frequently for years by Hamas and other conservative Islamic Palestinians? That Palestine is a Muslim country, and Israel is a Jewish country? The reason Israel has to maintain a Jewish majority is because there is listerally no other place for that ENTIRE community of people to feel at home. For literally half of this last century Israel has been consistently attacked by Palestine, did anybody ever ask “Why doesn’t Israel have more deaths by rocket?” Israel has an Iron Dome air assault defense barrier. It is one of the most sophisticated and complex military defense systems on earth, know why they have it? They have been the punching bag in the Middle East, and the world’s scapegoat for a few centuries.
Just because you see some news on tv, please do some cultural/historical research. I find it completely offensive that anyone would make the statement that Israel is bad for wanting a cultural majority. They aren’t forcing people that are non-Jewish out of their country; they literally do not even control, or much less have access to, most of their religious history (most also being history for the Early Christian church) because the conservative Hamas Muslims have been pushing them around for years.
Russia has been backing most of the middle East, and they give alot of technology to those countries in exchange for oil and things like that, if you are going to be upset, blow up Russia. In Russia you can murder a homosexual and not get into trouble; women have almost no rights; and they are openly and bluntly racist, and against anything anti-Russian. I cannot believe someone could ever defend Palestine, obviously 600+ civilians being killed is horrible, but it is even more horrible that people are criticizing Israel about trying to maintain its cultural majority; they are not being prejudice, they are being reasonably xenophobic, and trying to protect themselves.
Hahahahahaha..look at this. I bolded the best parts for your entertainment.
What did I tell you about pro Israelis having made up a history of their own?
Exhibit fucking A.
Like I can’t even be mad.
That is the best oxymoron I have seen all week
AMERICANS: name every single canadian province
Hoenn Johto Kanto Sinnoh Unova Kalos
Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, Prince Edward Island, Newfoundland and Labrador, Quebec, Ontario, Manitoba, Saskatchewan, Alberta, British Colombia
Did you want the territories too? Because that would be Northwest, Yukon and Nunavut
I probably can’t name all fifty states either |D
Al-Qaeda is not a by-product of Soviet occupation. Al-Qaeda militants were recruited by the U.S. to fight communism in Afghanistan. Therefore, Al-Qaeda is not a by-product of the Soviet occupation of Afghanistan; it is a product of U.S. interests in the country.
What happened in Afghanistan has not been discussed in the West. When the Soviet Union intervened in Afghanistan, the US saw in it an opportunity that was two-fold. One, to tie the Soviet Union in a Vietnam-like war in Afghanistan. Two, they saw in it an opportunity to mobilise the entire Muslim world in a violent way against the Soviet Union, against communism.
American operatives went around the Muslim world recruiting for the jihad in Afghanistan. This whole phenomenon of jihad as an international armed struggle has not existed in the Muslim world since the 10th century. It was brought back into being, enlivened, and pan-Islamised by the American effort. I saw planeloads of them arriving—from Algeria, Sudan, Saudi Arabia, Egypt, Jordan and Palestine. These people were brought in, given an ideology, told that the armed struggle is a virtuous thing to do, and the whole notion of jihad as an international pan-Islamic terrorist movement was born. The US spent 8 billion dollars in producing the bin Ladens of our time. That camp they hit in Afghanistan, I visited it in 1986. It was a CIA-sponsored camp.
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