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I wonder how can people support groups that are diametrically supposedly opposed to there own beliefs. People that support groups like hezbollah, hamas, the PLO, and other groups like this which are based in racist idealologies, often conjuring the same image the nazis used during ww2 or even the russians used against the jews as well. Anyway just making a vid on how I feel about it.
When people talk of World war 2 I wonder how much or how often the suffering that followed it is also discussed? Or the conflicts that are part of our lives today because of age old hatred, dogma, racism, etc.
The things people screaming today about capitalism, jews, etc Is what these people are screaming today its eerie how similar they are. Its also frightening to see this hatred still exist after the holocaust. Well I think its been like couple weeks since i made a yoursay not sure so here one is. Shot out to everybody on liveleak. And Enjoy or not :)
Following are Arab viewpoints and comments on Israel and Israel-Arab relations as expressed in their own speeches and writings.
Please note that in Arab usage, the terms "Palestine" and "Palestinian" also mean the entire region from the Jordan River to the Mediterranean, including all of the State of Israel.
-- Title of top-rated popular song in Egypt
"I Hate Israel"
-- 10th-grade textbook in Syria
". . . the aggressive and evil disposition rooted in the Jewish personality . . . the logic of true justice obligates one verdict on them from which there is no escape - that their criminal intentions be turned against them with their extermination."
-- Yasser Arafat (1980)
"Peace for us means the destruction of Israel. We are preparing for an all-out war, a war which will last for generations."
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Bassem Eid, Palestinian human rights activist, advocates "nonviolent civil disobedience" which he says includes throwing rocks and stones. "In the last intifada [rocks and stones] gave the Palestinians so much international support. I do not remember a case that someone was killed getting hit by a stone."
[Comment: The record of people "killed getting hit by a stone" runs from Goliath to recent victims of Palestinian non-violence.]
The PLO (Palestine Liberation Organization)
In 1974,adopted the...
Through violent struggle, establish a "combatant national authority"
over any territory that is "liberated" from Israeli rule.
Use the territory of the national authority as a base for attacks on Israel.
Provoke an all-out war to "liberate all
-- that is, destroy Israel.
In 1993, Arafat on behalf of the PLO signed the Oslo Accords, that include this commitment:
The PLO considers that the signing of the Declaration of Principles constitutes a historic event, inaugurating a new epoch of peaceful co-existence, free from violence and all other acts which endanger peace and stability. Accordingly, the PLO renounces the use of terrorism and other acts of violence and will assume responsibility over all PLO elements and personnel in order to assure their compliance, prevent violations and discipline violators.
The day he signed this agreement on the White House lawn, Arafat made a radio broadcast in Arabic assuring listeners that the Oslo Accords are Stage 1 of the Plan-of-Stages.
In 1994, Arafat spoke in a mosque in Johannesburg, South Africa:
"This agreement I am not considering it more than the agreement which had been signed between our prophet Muhammed and Koraish."
[Comment: In the Seventh Century, Muhammad contracted a peace treaty with the Arabian tribe of Koraish. Two years later, he attacked and destroyed the tribe of Koraish.]
Also in 1994, Arafat wrote to groups opposing the Oslo Accords:
"In order to obtain the goal of returning to Palestine, all of us sometimes have to grit our teeth. But it is forbidden that this harm the continued struggle against the Zionist enemy. Cooperation and understanding between the PLO and the rejectionist organizations is what will lead to the speedy retreat of Israel from the occupied territories in the first stage, until the establishment of a Palestinian state with its capital in Jerusalem. Only a state like that can then continue the struggle to remove the enemy from all Palestinian lands."
In 1995, he told Arab diplomats stationed in Stockholm, Sweden of the PLO plan:
"[T]o eliminate the State of Israel and establish a purely Palestinian state. We will make life unbearable for Jews by psychological warfare and population explosion; Jews won't want to live among us Arabs."
Arafat in a Voice of Palestine broadcast, 1995 :
"The struggle will continue until all of Palestine is liberated."
[Comment: As noted above, "all of Palestine" always includes Israel.]
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