With the World Upside Down...The president of the Jewish state considers "extremists" those Jews who oppose cleansing Jews out of Gaza so that an anti-Semitic terrorist organization pledged to kill all the Israeli Jews can have total control over this territory.
Impunity for Anti-Semitism at PennPenn's Muslim Students Association recently invited Bill Baker, head of Christians and Muslims for Peace, to speak at Penn's recent Islam Awareness Week.
Whitewashing the Palestinian Leadership-Pt. IVCritics of Israel from the moderate (my former position) to the most extreme portray it as an example of <i>colonialism</i>: European settlers push out the native population turning them into homeless refugees. And sure, they say, those Europeans were themselves victims of genocide, but do two wrongs make a right?
Whitewashing the Palestinian Leadership-Part IIIIn <a href=http://www.israelnationalnews.com/article.php3?id=2405>Part II of this article</a>, I documented that the Palestinian movement has its roots in the Nazi movement and the Final Solution. Here, I examine whether there is any reason to think that Palestinian leaders no longer want to exterminate the Jews.
Whitewashing the Palestinian Leadership-Part IIIt is of course true that nobody is responsible for the politics of their relatives. So, in principle, Arafat could be a tolerant man dedicated to peace with the Jews, even though his clan relative, the Mufti, was a genocidal terrorist and a top Nazi, who played a leading role in Hitler's Final Solution.
Whitewashing the Palestinian Leadership - Part ILike many intellectuals, I had adopted Arafat's cause, taking what I believed was a principled stand that blamed Israel for the conflict in the Middle East, and especially for the suffering of Palestinians.