what do you think about this video about Israel?

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XGYxLWUKwWo

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Deputy Foreign Minister Danny Ayalon has created a clever and informative six-minute YouTube video answering the question of “The Truth About the West Bank.” This is driving the Palestinian Authority up the wall.

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  • gatita
    Lv 7
    9 years ago
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    I am so glad that finally the truth about this issue is being brought to light! I sincerely hope and pray that it will open the eyes of some who deny Israel's right to exist and the false belief that it is the aggressor. They are in some cases worse than Holocaust deniers who spread lies and hate about Jews. My degree is in history with a focus on Jewish studies and at times I wish I had not chosen that particular area of study. Unfortunately sometimes I feel I know too much about the horrors experienced by the Jews during the Holocaust. Little details of the methods of torture, trying to hide the evidence and the utter callousness and contempt of the perpetrators.

    It is time to tell the truth about the horrors and the complicity of the Palestinians who formed a Nazi group in order to exterminate the Jews of Palestine both before and during the Nazi Holocaust. What is NOT well known is the complicity of the Haj Amin al-Husseini was the most prominent Arab figure in Palestine during the Mandatory period. Al-Husseini was born in Jerusalem in 1893, and went on to serve in the Ottoman Army during World War I. Anti-British and anti-Jewish, the mufti was the key nationalist figure among Muslims in Palestine. Fearful that increased Jewish immigration to Palestine would damage Arab standing in the area, the mufti engineered the bloody riots against Jewish settlement in 1929 and 1936. he was involved in recruiting Arab support for Nazi Germany or the Third Reich, the common name for the country of Germany while governed by Adolf Hitler and his National Socialist German Workers' Party from 1933 to 1945.

    During the war, Arab Nazi parties were founded throughout the Middle East. The most influential one was "Young Egypt" which was established in 1933. Young Egypt imitated the Nazi party in their ideology, slogans, processionals, and anti-Semitic actions. When the war was over, a member of Young Egypt named Gamal Abdul Nasser led the coup in 1952 that overthrew the Egyptian government. He made Egypt a safe haven for Nazi war criminals and, in 1964, he established the Palestinian Liberation Organization (PLO). Yes, Uncle Haj, the Arab Fuhrer himself, passed his legacy of hatred of Jews to his nephew Yasser Arafat who has passed the same legacy of hatred to the next generation of young Arabs. Through the PLO, he seeks to further the Arab Nazi goal of eliminating the Jews from the Land.

    gatita

    Degree in History (focus Jewish studies) and Spanish, New Mexico State U. 1990

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  • Petit
    Lv 6
    9 years ago

    This Hasbara is anything but truth my friend. I wonder if Israeli supporters can come up with something new because this propaganda has been put in shame many times here. For example, Israeli occupation of West Bank is not occupation, then what is it? If it is part of Israel, then why are non-Jews there not Israeli citizens? Maybe Danny is trying to say that Israel is apartheid state? He also forgot to mention that UN and GA Resolution 3236 recognized the Palestinian people and their sovereignty in the occupied territories, therefore claiming that Palestinian territory is dispute and doesn't belong to anyone is ridiculous. As for the settlements, there is no reference in the international law that a state can build settlements on territories occupied for security reasons (note that even Danny confirms that Israel occupied West Bank for that reason). International law about these territories is clear: that a state can occupy these territories only and as long as the occupation is necessary for its security. Which means state does not own that land and has no right to build settlements for its citizens there. And since it is easy to establish secure borders between Israel and West Bank - just like Israeli-Jordanian or Egyptian borders - then Israeli occupation in the West Bank is not necessary for its security. The video is full of historical errors. Judea and Samaria was not official name of the West Bank, so Jordan did not change any names but Israel on the other hand changed the names of all Arab towns that existed there before 1948. The Jewish population of what Zionist fanatics call Judea and Samaria in 1920 was 1%. Balfour Declaration and the League of Nations never said anything about Jewish state in Palestine or in Jordan. UN Resolution 181 (which Zionist fanatics achieved after bribery and threat massages targeting UN members who did not want to vote) did not include the West Bank territory. Israel although accepted the plan violated it next day by attacking and ethnically cleansing areas given by the same resolution to the Arab state which lead to the 1948 war.

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  • Anonymous
    9 years ago

    Typical stupid "arguments": "there was never a country called palestine, the palestinians are just arabs (weird! we never pretended to be Irish or English!), palestine was a desert before 1948 and blah blah blah blah"

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  • Anonymous
    9 years ago

    He didn't say anything i haven't heard before, typical Zionist talking points.

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  • 9 years ago

    I really like his suit; what brand did you tell me it was again?

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