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The REAL reason “Palestinian” Arabs don’t have their own state, by David Brog (Prager University via Israel Unwired, via Youtube)

By   /  July 6, 2018  /  History, International, Israel, Lies & Deceptions, Mid. East news  /  No Comments

Mar. 27, 2017 (and July 3, 2018 from Israel Unwired) Why don’t the Palestinians have their own country? Is it the fault of Israel? Of the Palestinians? Of both parties? David Brog, Executive Director of the Maccabee Task Force, shares the surprising answers. Click here for article & 5 1/2 min. video plus 2nd video […]

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CAMERA Op-Ed: An Overlooked Legacy of Arab Rejectionism

By   /  January 14, 2018  /  incitement, International, Islamic fundamentalism, Mid. East news, Terrorism  /  No Comments

Jan. 10, 2018 It is deceptively easy to reduce the history of the Arab-Israeli conflict to a series of dates. The 50thanniversary of the June 1967 Six-Day War and the recent centennialof the Balfour Declaration occasioned considerable—if often flawed—media coverage and discussion by policymakers. Yet another—often-underreported—anniversary is perhaps more telling and highlights a long-running theme that was […]

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Ten Basic Facts About the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict, by David Harris (Algemeiner)

By   /  December 27, 2017  /  History, Israel, Lies & Deceptions, Mid. East news  /  No Comments

Dec. 27, 2017 In all the discussion about the Israeli-Palestinian conflict — and the quest for a solution — some basic facts are too often missing, neglected, downplayed or skewed. Not only does this do a disservice to history, but it also contributes to prolonging the conflict by perpetuating false assumptions and mistaken notions. Consider: Click here […]

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BELIEF IN PALESTINIAN OPENNESS TO TWO-STATE SOLUTION AMOUNTS TO INSANITY BY EFRAIM KARSH (J. Post)

By   /  November 23, 2017  /  History, Lies & Deceptions, Mid. East news  /  No Comments

Nov. 21, 2017 rather than look at the historical record of the Palestinian-Israeli conflict and draw the self-evident conclusions, Uri Avnery retreats into the counterfactual fantasyland. Click here for full article

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Former Defense Minister Ya’alon: Gaps between Israel and Palestinians “Not Bridgeable” – Chaim Levinson (Ha’aretz via Daily Alert)

By   /  October 24, 2017  /  Mid. East news  /  No Comments

Oct. 24, 2017 Former Defense Minister Ya’alon: Gaps between Israel and Palestinians “Not Bridgeable” – Chaim Levinson Former Defense Minister Moshe Ya’alon said Thursday: “I don’t see prospects for a [peace] agreement in the foreseeable future. The gap between us is not bridgeable. They have not agreed to any proposal to divide the land. They are not […]

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Must Read: The 80th Anniversary of the Two-State Solution (a history), by RICK RICHMAN (Mosaic)

By   /  October 2, 2017  /  History, International, Mid. East news, Must Read, Terrorism  /  No Comments

Oct. 2, 2017 In 1937, an official British report first proposed the partition of Mandate Palestine. The story behind it helps to explain why the Arab-Jewish conflict remains unresolved. Click here for excellent article

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Peace Is Foundering on the Shoals of Arab Rejectionism – Philip Carl Salzman (Algemeiner via Daily Alert)

By   /  September 5, 2017  /  History, Israel, Lies & Deceptions, Mid. East news  /  No Comments

Sept. 5, 2017 Peace Is Foundering on the Shoals of Arab Rejectionism – Philip Carl Salzman On Sept. 3, 1947, the UN Special Committee on Palestine (UNSCOP) introduced a detailed proposal to the UN General Assembly for the partition of Palestine into a Jewish and an Arab state, approved less than three months later by a vote of […]

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The Impossible Deal: Establishing a Peaceful Palestinian Arab State That Accepts the Jewish State, by Morton A. Klein (Breitbart News)

By   /  August 28, 2017  /  International, Mid. East news, polls, Terrorism  /  No Comments

Aug. 25, 2017 Click here for article

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