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  1. Jay C. at |

    When the European Zioinst Jews came to Palestine, they cleansed the land of its indigenous people. http://www.ROBINCMILLER.com/pales2.htm They replaced the Palestinian towns, villages and businesses and replaced them with Jewish ones. http://www.PALESTINEREMEMBERED.com They claimed they were NO people here because their holiest book, the Talmud says ONLY jews are human. http://www.ABBC.net/talmud/index.htm Therefore, the NON-Jewish Palestinians were NON-humans in the land. http://100777.com/node/500

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  2. mick at |

    This is a earlier version ….

    Tell Me Again, Who Made The Desert Bloom?

    In December 1945 and January 1946, the British Mandate authorities carried out an extensive survey of Palestine, in support of the work of the United Nations Special Committee on Palestine. The results were published in the Survey of Palestine, which has been scanned and made available online by Palestine Remembered; all 1300 pages can be read here.

    One of the subjects investigated in the Survey of Palestine is land use; specifically, which crops were Palestine’s leading agricultural products at the end of the British Mandate, and whose farms were producing them.

    So, according to the Survey of Palestine, who really made the barley fields of Beersheba bloom?

    http://lawrenceofcyberia.blogs.com/news/2010/03/palestinians-made-the-desert-bloom.html

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  3. kolokol at |

    None of the pictures are loading. Clicking the space where they are supposed to be takes you to a sign up for Gmail.

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    Elias

    Elias Reply:

    Thank you for your feedback. I just fixed the error.

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  4. Rehmat at |

    “Israel is a land built on myths. It is, of course, not unique in this. Indeed, in this way Israel is very much like its patron, the United States. In order to build and maintain a mythical status a nation must create a picture of itself from its very inception and pass that picture down generation upon generation. For the US it is the idea that the nation is a beacon of both democracy and capitalism unto the world and what it does in terms of foreign policy, and even when at war, is always done altruistically. For Israel, the myth is that the nation is democratic and the last bastion of safety for the world’s Jews. Everything it does, even when that amounts to imperial expansion, is done defensively,” Professor Lawrence Davidson (West Chester University), August, 1, 2010.

    http://rehmat1.wordpress.com/2010/08/03/israel-is-a-land-built-on-myths/

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