July 18, 2018
An insider’s anti-Zionist lexicon: The code to deciphering what decent, reasonable-sounding phrases really mean
Anti-Zionists have developed a lexicon that is meant to make them sound decent and honest, but a translation into common English uncovers quite a different meaning. The following are common phrases that they use, followed by what they really mean.
“Abbas wants a two-state solution”: Abbas wants two Arabs states: one that is 100% Jew-free, and another that he can flood with descendants of Palestinian refugees.
“End the blockade of Gaza”: Let the Gaza terrorists have easier access to weapons.