12 thoughts on “Jerusalem’s Pisgat Ze’ev: Arabs Raus! – Tikun Olam תיקון עולם إصلاح العالم
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  1. But we all know this racist mindset is becoming more pervasive. This is what the U.S. is enabling when it funds Zionist expansion and Berman introduces into Congress an Aipac-drafted Resolution to condemn Palestinians for the failure of the peace talks and the Palestinians’ attempt to seek approval from other countries to declare Palestinian statehood unilaterally. The Resolution also condemns the countries that already acknowledged Palestinian statehood.

    One day the U.S. is going to realize it created a monster. Israel will become the foreign policy embarrassment of the U.S. even more so than the fiasco of Iraq did.

    We all know where Israel is heading. When this racist fascism and apartheid becomes even more widespread and totally transparent to the entire world, the U.S. will be hard-pressed to justify this unconditional, unholy alliance with Israel. The U.S. will be hard-pressed to justify enabling racist fascism before the U.N.

    I’m counting on other countries to do the moral thing and introduce sanctions against Israel, whether or not the U.S. vetos them or not, it will be a moral victory for Palestinians and a sign to Israel and the U.S. that the rest of the world is on one side with the Palestinians and justice and that the U.S. is on the other side with Israel enabling occupation, oppression and injustice.

  2. I’m afraid to comment here, I might be sticking too much to “Palestinian bylines” and, therefore, cross into “anti-Semitism”.


    I never bothered to read my actual comments on there until earlier today. I ratify them now, wholeheartedly. My stances may be strong, but I pay due respect to Shoah survivors, and many of them would agree with me. I hope I don’t offend anyone, it is never the intention. My beliefs are humane and I am a citizen of Planet Earth foremost and above any artifice like a border. I also have to mention that all of my comments are taken out of context, which should be fairly obvious anyhow since you can’t see what or who I’m replying to. I was considering hitting CTRL+P in my word processor and shooting off a letter to have the site knocked to Kingdom come, but now I wear it like a medal of honor.

    I am not religious, but here is how I interpret the story of the Tower of Babel, which Jews, Muslims and Christians believe and adopt into canon: we are not to war over our differences but to celebrate our diversity. The context of the story focuses around Nimrod’s hubris towards God. I believe it to be more about the above.

    As for David and Goliath, David should have never brought a gun to a knife fight. Another story accepted by the triumvirate.

    1. I’ve got 4 or 5 entire sites set up to mock, irritate and smear me. As for this type of attack on you by a rightist pro Israel self-styled media watchdog blog, I wouldn’t sweat it; nor would I make too much of a deal about it. I’d say you prob. have bigger fish to fry.

      But I also would prob. try to stay away fr. marginal theories about these subjects which are easily dismissed & ridiculed.

    2. @PersianAdvocate
      “As for David and Goliath, David should have never brought a gun to a knife fight. Another story accepted by the triumvirate”

      Didn’t understand this one – in the Jewish version of the story in the Bible, David a mere 17 year old, came without armour and armed himself with a slingshot against the well decorated giant, Goliath, who wielded a sword. By any military analysis David was in the disadvantaged position and didn’t bring out disproportionate weaponary against the enemy.
      Does the Quran have adifferent version?

      By the way there’s lots of food for thought – the young Palestinians who stone throw against the Israeli army. Is this a tactic that is “acceptable” or is it bringing a gun to a knife fight?

      1. You mean throwing a stone that will likely drop harmlessly before it ever hits an IDF soldier, who is armed to the teeth w. lethal weaponry which can & has killed quite a number of these protestors–THAT’S like “bringing a gun to a knife fight????” Puh-leeze, when the IDF drops the weapons & arms themselves w. stones as well, then we can talk about who’s bringing a gun & who’s bringing a knife. Till then, you lose this round.

  3. Efforts to control who can live where seem to have intensifed in recent years. When I first started to hear stories like this ten years ago, the guilty parties were co-operative associations that required prospective residents to undergo an interview. Now it’s prominent figures in major towns. I found the recent developments in Safed particularly chilling to read about:


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