Real Jews stand against Zionism…
Published on Jan 9, 2016
Real Jews stand against Zionism…
What do famous people think about Zionist Jews?
Published on Oct 20, 2015
A video not for the faint hearted, if you want to follow the white rabbit, keep watching and understand the other side.Mel Gibson, Marlin Brando, Ice Cube, Javier Bardem, Penelope Cruz, Ahmedinijad, David Icke, Nick Griffin and Christian Ronaldo are just some of the names who are anti-zionists.
Grand Theft Auto Swaps Israel’s Flag for Palestine’s: Political Commentary or Glitch?
IN THE FIRST PLACE THERE WAS NO ISRAEL EXCEPT PALESTINE SO YOU SCUMBAG GO READ YOUR HISTORY BOOK! THE EVIL ZIONIST ROTHSCHILD BABYLONIAN JOOS HAD STOLEN THE LAND OF THE PALESTINIANS AND USING THEIR MONEY TO BUY THE AMERICAN GOVERNMENT.
NO ONE DESTROY ISRAEL YOU SCUMBAG NETANYAHU IS THE ONLY ONE WHO DESTROY ISRAEL BY NOT HONORING THE OSLO PEACE AGREEMENT!
Boycott movement aims to destroy Israel: PM
Netanyahu cited what he called “one of the leaders” of BDS as stating that its real aim was “to bring down the State of Israel”.
The international community regards all Israeli construction on Palestinian land seized during the 1967 Six-Day War as illegal.
Israeli veterans group comes under fire amid boycott threat
JERUSALEM (AP) — An organization of former Israeli soldiers dedicated to shedding light on the dark side of the country’s military is coming increasingly under fire, roiling a country in the grips of a battle against the burgeoning threat of international isolation and boycotts.
“No one has done more to delegitimize “Israel” in the eyes of the world than Prime Minister Netanyahu.
Reflections on the Delegitimization of Israel
June 5 marked the 48th anniversary of the “preemptive” attack on Egypt with which Israel launched the fateful “Six-Day War” that permitted the Zionist movement to complete its conquest of historical Palestine.
As the “State of Palestine” (the legal designation for the 22% of historical Palestine conquered in 1967, which is now recognized as a state by 136 other states and the United Nations) enters its 49th year of an apparently perpetual occupation by the State of Israel, the Israeli government and its friends in the United States are mobilizing to fight a new war – a “Legitimacy War” against the “delegitimization” of “Israel”.
The quotation marks around “Israel” are intended to emphasize a fundamental point: When Israelis and their friends speak of the “delegitimization” of Israel or of Israel’s “right to exist”, they are not referring to the legitimacy or continued existence of any physical territory or of any group of people. They are referring to the legitimacy or continued existence of the particular ethno-religious-supremacist political system established in 1948 on the territory previously named Palestine, a territory in which the current population is roughly 50% Jewish and 50% Palestinian [that is excluding the Palestinian refugees awaiting their inalienable right of return].
Why has “delegitimization” suddenly become such an existential threat to “Israel”?
Until relatively recently, very few people seriously questioned the continued existence of “Israel” – either because they considered the ethnic cleansing of Palestine and the dispossession and dispersal of the Palestinian people to make room for a “Jewish State” to be a good thing or because they considered it, like the genocide of the indigenous peoples of North America to make room for European colonists and their African slaves, to be a irreversible injustice, not worth thinking about any more.
Until relatively recently, the world’s attention has been focused on ending the occupation of the portion of Palestine conquered in 1967, in large part because that more recent injustice was assumed to be reversible through a “two-state solution”.
However, as Israeli leaders have become more honest and explicit about the perpetual nature of their occupation of the State of Palestine and about their deeply held belief that there is no difference between the portion of Palestine conquered in 1948 and the portion of Palestine conquered in 1967, both being their god’s gift to them and to them alone, the world’s attention has begun to broaden, both regarding the possibilities of the future and regarding the realities of the past.
In the face of the clear Israeli intention to maintain the current undemocratic and discriminatory system of “one state with two systems”, many people have started to look again at the seminal injustice, the original sin, of 1948 and at the inherent nature of political Zionism and to think seriously about the desirability of reforming and transforming ethno-religious-supremacist “Israel” into a fully democratic state with equal rights and human dignity for all who live there – the same political system which Western governments profess and proclaim to be the ideal form of government for all other states.
Of course, nothing would be more likely to make Israelis question the sustainability of their very comfortable status quo and become seriously interested in actually achieving a decent “two-state solution” than a realization that both Western public opinion and Western governments are starting to question both the “rightness” of how “Israel” came into existence and the legitimacy in the 21st century of an ethno-religious-supremacist regime, whether it calls itself “the Jewish State” or “the Islamic State”.
Hence the sudden rise of the existential threat of the “delegitimization” of “Israel”.
No one has done more to delegitimize “Israel” in the eyes of the world than Prime Minister Netanyahu.
Perhaps those who seek equal rights, equal human dignity and some measure of justice, whether in two states or in one, should hope that Mr. Netanyahu keeps up his good work in the “Legitimacy War”.
John V. Whitbeck is an international lawyer who as advised the Palestinian negotiating team in negotiations with Israel.
Why boycott Israel campaign may be gaining traction
In boardrooms and campuses, on social media and in celebrity circles, momentum seems to be growing for a global pressure campaign on Israel. The atmosphere recalls the boycotts that helped demolish apartheid South Africa a quarter century ago.
Israel and its partisans can be expected to mount a ferocious defense, but their public relations Achilles’ heel may be the Jewish settlements in the West Bank.
European boycotts begin to bite, catching Israel’s attention (+video)
Jerusalem; and Rotterdam, Netherlands — Drive down the steep road from Jerusalem to the Dead Sea, and as the desert hills unfold toward the Jordan River the eye meets hundreds of rows of lush palms laden with succulent dates.
More than a third of the world’s Medjool dates are grown here in the Jordan Valley, a narrow strip of the West Bank where Israeli agriculture is flourishing. Nearly all Israeli grape exports, as well as abundant crops of peppers and herbs, also come from this arid region.
The European Union, Israel’s No. 1 trading partner, accounts for about a third of its total trade, and was long the favored destination for Jordan Valley produce. But these fruits and vegetables are grown on land that Israel has occupied since 1967. For a growing number of European consumers, that’s a problem. They say that buying such produce is supporting the illegal confiscation and control of land and water resources that should be in Palestinian hands.
Palestinian workers back Scarlett Johansson’s opposition to SodaStream boycott (+video)
Azzariah, West Bank — American actress Scarlett Johansson has been criticized as naïve and irresponsible for endorsing SodaStream, an Israeli company that operates a factory in the West Bank settlement of Maale Adumim – to the detriment of Palestinian rights, say critics.
The Jewish actress’s promotion of the company in a Superbowl ad has propelled an international campaign to boycott the home sodamaker and today forced the actress to step down as a global ambassador for the humanitarian agency Oxfam.
But those most familiar with the factory – Palestinians who work there – largely side with Ms. Johansson.
Norwegian insurance giant divests from multinational firms operating in West Bank settlements
Norwegian insurance giant KLP Kapitalforvaltning has excluded two multinational building material companies from its investment portfolio because of their operations in the West Bank. KLP wrote that “no such agreement can override the rules relating to occupation set out in the Hague Regulations and the Fourth Geneva Convention.”
“KLP is excluding Heidelberg Cement and Cemex on the grounds of their exploitation of natural resources in occupied territory on the West Bank,” the company announced Thursday. “In KLP’s opinion this activity constitutes an unacceptable risk of violating fundamental ethical norms.”
Companies excluded for exploiting resources in occupied territory, KLP says, in unusual ‘tertiary’ boycott; meanwhile, Orange CEO meets Netanyahu, apologizes for ‘misunderstanding.’
Israel sees red over Orange plans to axe ties
President Reuven Rivlin said that “boycott” and “delegitimation” efforts against Israel existed even before the state’s creation and the motivation was “no different” from today.
Orange ready to boycott Israel ‘tomorrow’ – CEO
Telecoms giant Orange, part-owned by the French government, is ready to cut ties with Tel-Aviv, said CEO Stephane Richard, as it is severely criticized in France and Egypt for providing services in areas acknowledged by UN as occupied by Israel.
Ireland’s biggest food retailer drops Israeli produce as European boycotts surge
SuperValu, the biggest food distributor in Ireland, told the Irish media last week that it has withdrawn Israeli products from its shops.