What is Zionism? What has been the effect of Zionism on the Palestinian people and the Middle East? Most in the West believe that Zionism is the pursuit of Jews to their rightful homeland in Palestine as promised to them by God in the Bible. Few know that Zionism is a political movement founded by and atheist Jew, Theodore Herzl, in 1896 to cause European Jews to migrate to Palestine. Theodore Herzl had no religious leanings but used religion to accomplish his goals. Few also know that European Jews are Caucasians who converted to Judaism with no genetic or blood ties to the original 12 tribes of Israel. They are Khazars and it is as equally ridiculous to claim them as Jews with rights to Palestine as it is to claim converted Chinese Muslims as Arabs with rights to Makkah. Few also know that Jews have lived for many centuries in the Middle East, in complete peace and friendliness with their Arab neighbours. This section will provide informative articles exposing Zionism.
Israeli Scientist Challenges Hypothesis of Middle East Origins
But that’s how Johns Hopkins University post-doctoral researcher Eran Elhaik describes a group of widely respected geneticists, including Harry Ostrer, professor of pathology and genetics at Yeshiva University’s Albert Einstein College of Medicine and author of the 2012 book “Legacy: A Genetic History of the Jewish People.”
The document below is a powerful debunking of Israeli lies about the history of Palestine done by Israeli historian Dr. Ilan Pappe. Dr. Pappé is the author of The Ethnic Cleansing of Palestine, as well as over a dozen other books on the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. An Israeli historian, Dr. Pappé is currently a professor at the College of Social Sciences and International Studies at the University of Exeter in the UK. He is also director of the university's European Center for Palestine Studies and co-director of the Exeter Center for Ethno-Political Studies. He obtained his PhD in history from the University of Oxford.
The document delves into the issue of false paradigms concerning Palestinians and the Israel-Palestine conflict.
The 10 mythologies explored in Dr. Pappé's article are as follows:
Myth 1: Palestine was a land without people, waiting for the people without land
Myth 2: Palestinians resorted to acts of terror against Jewish settlers prior to the creation of Israel
Myth 3: Myths around the creation of Israel:
- Myth 3a: That Palestinians are to be blamed for what happened to them because they rejected the UN Partition Plan of 1947
- Myth 3b: That Palestinians left their homes voluntarily or as a result of a call by their leaders
- Myth 3c: That Israel was a David fighting an Arab Goliath
- Myth 3d: That after its war of creation, Israel extended its hand for peace to its Palestinian and Arab neighbors
Myth 4: Israel was a benign democratic state prior to 1967
Myth 5: The Palestinian struggle has no aim other than terror
Myth 6: Israel was forced to occupy the West Bank and Gaza in 1967, and must hold these territories until others are ready for peace
Myth 7: Israel occupied the West Bank and Gaza with benevolent intentions, but was forced to respond to Palestinian violence
Myth 8: The Oslo Accords reflected a desire on both sides to reach a solution
Myth 9: The Second Intifada was a mass terror attack orchestrated by Arafat
Myth 10: A solution in Israel and Palestine is just around the corner
Dr. Pappé concludes his article with an exhortation that any peace initiative focus foremost on the human rights and civil liberties of all individuals living in Israel-Palestine.
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Administrator's note–For a more detailed report verifying the truth of the Israeli involvement with dethroning Petraeus, please read this article:
This reporter has confirmed some of the suspicions that CIA Director David Petraeus’ infidelity went well beyond his dalliance with Paula Broadwell. One well-placed source confirmed that, “My God, if we had to sack everyone in the military and intelligence communities for sleeping around, we would be decimated! Petraeus must have done something much worse.”
Some discrete inquiries led, as usual, to Israel, and a very high placed contact that I cannot reveal but to whom I will refer as B.B. Here is what he had to say:
Anyone who has ever served in the military would confirm that to become a general in the armed forces of the United States requires highly developed political skills. One must be politically astute to guide large military forces while at the same time answering to largely ignorant constituencies in Congress, the White House, and the media. Many generals tire of the exercise after a certain point and retire to well paid sinecures on the boards of defense contractors. Others stage their own forms of rebellion,
speaking the truth and walking the plank as a reward. Admiral William Fallon insisted in 2008 that there would be no war with Iran on his watch. He was forced to retire soon after. More recently, General Stanley McChrystal voiced his displeasure with the White House’s management of the Afghan war to a journalist and likewise was forced into early retirement.
Some generals, however, like the give and take of politics and harbor their own ambitions to hold high office. General Douglas MacArthur challenged President Harry Truman and was spoken of as a possible Republican candidate while General Dwight D. Eisenhower rode his own military fame to the presidency in 1952 and 1956. It is widely believed in the media that the current top general David Petraeus harbors similar ambitions. Eisenhower won the election virtually without campaigning, but Petraeus understands that he must satisfy some key constituencies before he throws his hat in the ring.
As soon as the slaughter began, I avoided it–meaning the internet–like the plague. I had already been through it before–a thousand times at least–and knew if I was to keep what little sanity I had left I simply could not do it, meaning looking at the photos, and particularly those of innocent kids being shot and blown to pieces.
It’s not that I’m the typical callous, stupid American who would rather see Britney Spears wiggling and jiggling herself to pieces in some new music video than the real-life suffering of real-life others. Rather, it is the other direction–I’m over-sensitive to it and for the easy-to-understand reason that those pictures look just like any one my 9 kids. Just about every boy or girl–Palestinian, Lebanese, Iraqi or whatnot–is a spitting image to one of mine, and not by accident, but due to the fact that the blood running through the veins of my kids and those kids in the Middle East is the same.