• Do you support Israel?

    Best answer: Very much so, in all the ways that I can. I have no problem buying things made in Israel, and clearly I am vocal about my support for them on this forum (I'm a Top Contributor in the Israel Travel Section).
    Best answer: Very much so, in all the ways that I can. I have no problem buying things made in Israel, and clearly I am vocal about my support for them on this forum (I'm a Top Contributor in the Israel Travel Section).
    31 answers · 3 weeks ago
  • Did any of pre-nazis have any influence on Nazism?

    Karl Leger and Geoorg ritter von schönerer
    Karl Leger and Geoorg ritter von schönerer
    4 answers · 3 weeks ago
  • Are Israelis technically Russian?

    Best answer: Aichman, good question.
    Israelis are Israelis ! Russian are Russians !
    Best answer: Aichman, good question.
    Israelis are Israelis ! Russian are Russians !
    18 answers · 4 weeks ago
  • What's your opinion on Anti-Semites?

    Best answer: They are ill-informed and remedy their own insecurities by attacking others.

    A well learned and internally peaceful person has no need to hate anyone, especially not on grounds such as race or religion.
    Best answer: They are ill-informed and remedy their own insecurities by attacking others.

    A well learned and internally peaceful person has no need to hate anyone, especially not on grounds such as race or religion.
    20 answers · 3 weeks ago
  • Why do Jewish people hate free speech?

    Best answer: Free Speech is antisemitic.
    Best answer: Free Speech is antisemitic.
    12 answers · 3 weeks ago
  • What do environmental activists do?

    4 answers · 3 weeks ago
  • Why do Jews hate Muslims?

    Best answer: Hello, The Asker's question poses a falsehood for which they typically provide: No detail, no sources; no evidence. Indeed the Asker's question poses reverse-fact propaganda, since hatred of Jews is a part of the education taught by the Palestinian education system. As a result, Palestinian young people... show more
    Best answer: Hello,

    The Asker's question poses a falsehood for which they typically provide:
    No detail, no sources; no evidence.

    Indeed the Asker's question poses reverse-fact propaganda, since hatred of Jews is a part of the education taught by the Palestinian education system.

    As a result, Palestinian young people / children are consumed with hatred against Israel and in particular Jewish people:
    https://www.theguardian.com/world/2018/jan/01/ahed-tamimi-palestinian-girl-filmed-slapping-israeli-soldier-is-charged-with-assault

    Whereas there is no evidence that Israel has any policy of targeting / mistreating civilians, due to anti-Jewish ethnic-hatred and territorial ambitions the Palestinians seek to ethnically-cleanse (or murder) the Jewish People from the Jewish People's ancestral homeland of Israel, and target Israeli Jewish civilians as policy including children.

    Nor is there any evidence of "genocide" falsely alleged by the Asker, for which likewise, they provide:
    No details, no sources; no evidence.

    Israel's defence forces defend only when attacked, defending Israel's citizens (including Muslims) against Palestinian terrorism, taking steps no different to that which any other country would take to attempt to protect their citizens from attack, and while exercising necessary restraint in the face of hate-filled Palestinian young people / children.

    The real reason why Palestinian young people / children have such hatred that they typically display, is that due to ethnic-hatred of Jewish people and also territorial ambitions, the Palestinian education system in the Palestinian Territories practices mind-abuse; teaching hatred as shown below.

    Palestinian ethnic-hatred of Jewish people has not changed since the Palestinian support of the Nazis in the second world war. Due to ethnic-hatred of Jewish people and also territorial ambitions, the Palestinian education system in the Palestinian Territories practices mind-abuse, teaching:
    > Hatred of Jewish people,
    > a false victim-mentality,
    > that Israel does not exist (aka the Palestinian claim over ALL the land);
    > and similar to the propaganda of Nazi Germany, that the Jew is the (fake) cause of all Palestinian alleged issues:

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    Post from Mark L. Levinson:

    Here is part of a report [“PA Education Report for Teachers Union 210715”] from Palestinian Media Watch:
    http://www.palwatch.org/STORAGE/special%20reports/PA%20Education%20Report%20for%20Teachers%20Union%20210715.pdf

    Fighting Israel until liberation is a religious battle for Islam

    The PA [Palestinian Authority] schoolbooks present fighting against Israel as mandatory in the name of Islam. The books teach that the conflict with Israel is “Ribat for Allah” which is defined as “one of the actions related to Jihad for Allah, and it means: Being found in areas where there is a struggle between Muslims and their enemies.” [Islamic Education, grade 12, p. 86].
    Israel cannot be recognized in peace because it is said to exist on Islamic land. The conflict with Israel is described as “one of the greatest of the Ribat, and they [Palestinians] are worthy of a great reward from Allah”. [Ibid, pp.86- 87.]
    Finally, the children are taught that they can never make peace with Israel, as this battle is eternal: “The residents of Al-Shaam in general, and Palestine in particular, are in Ribat until Resurrection Day.” [Islamic Education, Grade 12, p. 87.]

    This religious directive to fight Israel is also expressed in a schoolbook published by the PA Ministry of Religious Affairs. This excerpt also demonizes Jews by calling them “the robbing Jews”:

    “Today the Muslim countries urgently need Jihad and Jihad fighters in order to liberate the robbed lands and to get rid of the robbing Jews from the robbed lands in Palestine and in the Levant” [Religious Issues, Grade 8 ,p. 12, no date, issued by the Ministry of Religious and WAQF Affairs of the Palestinian Authority, translated by Institute for Monitoring Peace and Cultural Tolerance in School Education]

    Accordingly, Palestinian violence against Israel since Israel’s founding in 1948 is defined as: “resistance ... acts of most glorious heroism.” [Arabic Language, Analysis, Literature and Commentary, Grade 12 p. 105]

    Terminology of Disdain

    The terminology and lessons regarding Israel that PA educators have chosen to include in the schoolbooks reinforce the message that youth should not accept Israel as a neighbor with a right to exist. The following are examples of phrases describing Israel:

    • ”The Zionist enemy;” [Arabic Language, Analysis, Literature and Criticism, Grade 12, p. 122]

    • ”The Zionist entity;” [Arabic Language, Analysis, Literature and Criticism, Grade 12, p. 104]

    • ”The enemy of this people;” [Arabic Language, Analysis, Literature and Criticism, Grade 12, p. 17]

    • ”The Zionist gangs;” [Arabic Language, Analysis, Literature and Criticism, Grade 12, p. 104]

    • ”Zionist Imperialist plan.” [Arabic Language, Analysis, Literature and Criticism, Grade 12, p. 103]

    • ”Your enemies killed your children, split open your women’s bellies, held your revered elderly men by the beard, and led them to the death pits.” [Reading and Texts, Grade 8, Part 2, [2003] (reprinted 2007), p. 16, translated by Institute for Monitoring Peace and Cultural Tolerance in School Education]

    • ”By your life! How is it that snakes invade us and we [still] observe a protection covenant [dhimma] which respects commitments?” [Arabic Language—Linguistic Sciences, Grade 12, (2010), p.61, translated by Institute for Monitoring Peace and Cultural Tolerance in School Education]

    A world without Israel - Israel does not exist at all

    Aside from the hate and violence promotion and the denial of Israel’s right to exist, the schoolbooks already present a world in which Israel does not exist. “Palestine” today is said to be a “state” (Arabic – “Dawla” = state) with water access in both the Mediterranean and the Red Seas, a situation possible only if Israel does not exist. [Physical Geography and Human Geography, Grade 12, p. 105]
    Likewise, the size of the “state” of “Palestine” is said to be more than 10,000 sq. km., which is the figure for the area only if Israel does not exist, as the full West Bank and Gaza Strip total only 6220 sq. km. [Physical Geography and Human Geography, Grade 12, p. 107]
    Since “Palestine” is defined as encompassing all of Israel, the implicit promise is that Israel eventually will no longer exist: “Palestine will be liberated by its men, its women, its young, and its elderly” [Arabic Language and the Science of Language, Grade 12, p. 44].

    Written Jan 25, 2016


    Extract from post by a contributor from another website - Source:
    https://www.quora.com/What-are-some-examples-of-anti-Israel-or-anti-peace-attitude-in-the-Palestinian-educational-system

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    The reader may also find the analysis on the following webpage interesting:
    http://www.thetower.org/article/the-palestinian-textbook-fiasco/


    The Palestinians cynically term their anti-Jewish hate-war:
    “uprising”, “defence”, “desperation”, “struggle”, “resistance”.

    Palestinians are paid a "pension" to murder Jewish Israelis including children, yet while Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas condemns the ISIS murder of children in Manchester, England – see my answer at:
    https://ca.answers.yahoo.com/question/index?qid=20170731003053AAwXcfe

    The “Palestinian National Charter” seeks the expulsion of all Jews from the land of Israel:
    http://avalon.law.yale.edu/20th_century/plocov.asp

    Finally, the reader may be interested to know that the Palestinians do not accept the same world history as the rest of us and therefore have consequential “difficulties” with it. On the following website the reader can learn about Palestinian propaganda that replaces the history of Jewish presence in the Jewish People's ancestral homeland of Israel, with a fake Arab history:
    http://palwatch.org/main.aspx?fi=495


    I hope this helps.

    Robert.
    28 answers · 4 weeks ago
  • Did clark get banned?

    7 answers · 4 weeks ago
  • How many Israelis know Russian language?

    Best answer: Quit a few but considerably less the the Israelis who speak English.
    1. About 20% of Israelis can speak Russian.
    2. About 20% of Israelis can speak Arabic.
    3 .About 84% of Israelis can speak English.
    4 Most all Israelis can speak Hebrew.
    Best answer: Quit a few but considerably less the the Israelis who speak English.
    1. About 20% of Israelis can speak Russian.
    2. About 20% of Israelis can speak Arabic.
    3 .About 84% of Israelis can speak English.
    4 Most all Israelis can speak Hebrew.
    5 answers · 3 weeks ago
  • The anti-Christ will be a Zionist Jew?

    Is this true?
    Is this true?
    22 answers · 4 weeks ago
  • Why do Muslim Countries hate Israel?

    Best answer: Israel was created on land that was previously Islam dominated. As far as Muslims are concerned, Israel stole Islamic land from them and is defacing it with their "crimes" and general non-Muslimness. Really the hatred of Israel throughout the Islamic world is an irrational one, fueled by senseless... show more
    Best answer: Israel was created on land that was previously Islam dominated. As far as Muslims are concerned, Israel stole Islamic land from them and is defacing it with their "crimes" and general non-Muslimness.

    Really the hatred of Israel throughout the Islamic world is an irrational one, fueled by senseless propaganda, a bigotted stance towards other religions, a lack of desire to consider the arguments of the other side and a hypocritical lack of regard that the other side, Israelis, are human beings with their own voice and right to self determination.

    What we fail to consider is that the issue of irrational bigottry and hate in the Islamic world is a wider one, not just concerning Israel.

    Iran in particular, back in the days of the Shah, was a pro-Western ally and had full diplomatic and trade relations with Israel. In 1979 the Islamic Revolution saw the Shah's exile and the rise of totalitarian Islamic theocracy in Iran. This new Iranian government immediately cut out Israel and decided to take a hostile stance against them, funding and arming terrorist groups against them, as well as vowing to "wipe Israel off the map". This new Iranian government also mismanaged their own economy, passed discriminatory laws against women and minorities, isolated Iran as a rogue state and caused much of Iran's upper and middle classes to leave the country for the West.

    Iran is a prime example of the irrational and counter-productive hatred held by Muslim fundementalists.
    15 answers · 4 weeks ago
  • Are most Israelis Jewish?

    Best answer: Yes, 80% of the Israeli population are Jewish. Other 20% are different minorities with Muslims being the largest. Must add this as 'counted' in 2017 .. The demographic features of Israel are monitored by the Israel Central Bureau of Statistics. The State of Israel has a population of approximately... show more
    Best answer: Yes, 80% of the Israeli population are Jewish. Other 20% are different minorities with Muslims being the largest.

    Must add this as 'counted' in 2017 ..

    The demographic features of Israel are monitored by the Israel Central Bureau of Statistics. The State of Israel has a population of approximately 8,793,000 inhabitants as of end-2017. Some 74.6% percent are Jews of all backgrounds (about 6,556,000 individuals), 20.9% are Arab of any religion other than Jewish (about 1,837,000 individuals), while the remaining 4.5% (about 400,000 individuals) are defined as "others" including persons of Jewish ancestry deemed non-Jewish by religious law and persons of non-Jewish ancestry who are family members of Jewish immigrants (neither of which are registered at the Ministry of Interior as Jews), Christian non-Arabs, Muslim non-Arabs, and all other residents who have neither an ethnic nor religious classification.
    12 answers · 4 weeks ago