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Hostilities of Zionist Fascism
With regard to the situation in Palestine, the following is listed to help redress the current unbalanced impression
that guilt for atrocity and intransigence lies only with the Palestinians.

For a detailed view of Jewish suffering see the Israel Timeline, especially 1943 to 1944.
 
The rise of
political Zionism in reaction to European anti-Semitism, French and German fascism, and Nazi extermination, was understandable in an era of rising nationalisms, but its profoundly destabilizing effect in the Middle East continues with serious implications for the rest of humanity today.
 
The noble zionism
of Jewish longing, which sustained the hope of a return to their homeland throughout the difficult centuries after their dispersion, became poisoned during the later 19th century by the rising nationalisms of Europe (ethnic nationalisms of Eastern Europe), so that today Zionism has sadly become a political movement or a commitment blindly perpetrating injustice against others in competition for resources.
Irgun arms clams all Palestinian and Jordanian territory
I R G U N
TERRORISM
The 1917
November 2: British Balfour Declaration promised support for –
"the establishment in Palestine of a national home for the Jewish people, ...it being clearly understood that nothing shall be done which may prejudice the civil and religious rights of existing non-Jewish communities in Palestine."
Please Note:
Irgun with its commitment to violence begins before the European Holocaust and therefore it can not be a reaction to it!
This became international policy at the San Remo conference in April 1920.
1930
March: The British Shaw Commission reports that Jewish immigration to Palestine is creating a "landless and discontented" class of Palestinians and urges restrictions on management of the Jewish national home. (See 1917 above).
1931
April: In Palestine – The Jewish Zionist military [terrorist] movement Irgun (HaIrgun HaTzva'i HaLe'umi BeEretz Yisra'el) is founded (to conquer the land, including Jordan and part of Syria; see map-background in their coat of arms behind the weapon to the right) and motivated by Palestinian Arab rioting against Jewish immigration to Palestine (see 1917).
Attempts at forced migration begin!
ethnic cleansing ...
1937
July: Lord Peel's report concludes that co-operation between Arabs and Jews in a Palestinian State is impossible (to the dismay of Palestinian Arabs), and recommends the partition of Palestine (that is, the creation of a Jewish State), which would require radical movements of population. (See May 1939).
August 20: Jewish Irgun terrorists attack Arab buses in Palestine.
See: Hitler's Jewish Ancestry
1939
May: The British government issues a White Paper rejecting partition of Palestine into either a Jewish or a Palestinian Arab state, and envisages the establishment of an independent non-racial 'Palestine State' within ten years.
Jewish immigration is to be limited to a total of 75,000 persons over the next five years when a total halt on immigration is to be imposed unless agreed to by the Arab population.
Jews and Arabs are to be invited to share increasingly in the administration, and transfers of land from Jews to Arabs is to be subject to restrictions of the High Commissioner.
 
   
Both Arab and Jewish Palestinians reject the proposal but it brings calm to the civil situation, although both Jewish and Arab extremists continue their violent anti-British wars.
 
   
June 29: In Palestine – Jewish Irgun terrorists attack Arab civilian buses again, bringing the death toll to 24.
November: In despair over the Palestinian conflict, the British government appoints a new commission under Sir John Woodhead to reconsider the recommendations of the Peel Commission Report (see July 1937), which proposes a reduction of the Jewish area of Palestine to 1000 square kilometres around Tel Aviv (the only area in which Jews are a majority).
Both Jewish and Arab Palestinians reject the proposals.
Zionist terrorism
Zionist justification for
terrorism against civilians
1943
August: In Palestine – Jewish leader YITZHAK SHAMIR writes an article entitled "Terror" for the journal He Khazit (The Front, a LEHI underground newspaper) of the Jewish terror organization ('LEHI', known by the British as 'Stern Gang') which he heads, in which he proposes to –
"dismiss all the 'phobia' and babble against terror with simple, obvious arguments. ...Neither Jewish morality nor Jewish tradition can be used to disallow terror as a means of war," he writes, and
"We are very far from any moral hesitations when concerned with the national struggle."
"First and foremost, terror is for us a part of the political war appropriate for the circumstances of today, and its task is a major one: it demonstrates in the clearest language, heard throughout the world including by our unfortunate brethren outside the gates of this country, our war against the occupier [Britain]."
Zionist terrorism
  1946
April: Pressured by the American president TRUMAN, Britain agrees to an 'Anglo-American Committee of Inquiry' on Jewish immigration to Palestine, which in turn recommends the immediate admission to Palestine of 100,000 Jewish refugees from Europe, the withdrawal of restrictions on Jewish purchase of Arab land, and the eventual incorporation of both communities in a bi-national state under United Nations trusteeship.
Britain refuses the immigration and refers the issue to the United Nations. (See 15 May, 1947).
Jews united against Zionism
   
October 1: The British Embassy in Rome is badly damaged by bomb explosions by Zionist terror organization, Irgun.
Zionist terrorism
  1947
May 15: The United Nations General Assembly votes to create a Special Committee on Palestine, the work of which is boycotted by Palestinian Arabs but aided by Zionist Jews. 
It recommends the partition of Palestine. (See July 1937 Peel Report, and November 1947).
 
   
June: Letters (apparently from Jewish terrorists) sent to British Cabinet Ministers are found to contain bombs.
 
   
July: In Palestine, the Jewish terrorist group Irgun hangs two British sergeants and booby-traps their bodies.
 
   
September 3: A postal bomb addressed to the British War Office explodes in the post office sorting room in London, injuring 2 persons. It was attributed to Jewish-zionist Irgun or the Stern Gang, by the Sunday Times (Sept. 24, 1972, p.8)
 
   
November 29: The United Nations decides in a Zionist lobbying victory in favour of the Partition of Palestine (more than half to be a Jewish state) and the internationalisation of Jerusalem.
 
   
December 11: Six Palestinian Arabs are killed and 30 wounded by bombs thrown from Jewish trucks at Palestinian Arab buses in Haifa; and 12 Palestinians are also killed and others injured in an attack by armed Jewish-zionists on an Arab coastal village near to Haifa.
 
   
December 13: Jewish terrorists (probably of Irgun Zvai Leumi), kill 18 Palestinians and wound nearly 60 in Jerusalem, Jaffa and Lydda areas. In Jerusalem, bombs are thrown in the Arab market-place near the Damascus Gate; in Jaffa, bombs are thrown into an Arab cafe; in the Palestinian-Arab village of Al Abbasya, near Lydda, 12 Arabs are killed in an attack with mortars and automatic weapons.
 
   
December 19: Haganah zionist terrorists attack an Arab village near Safad, blowing up two houses, in the ruins of which were found the bodies of 10 Palestinian Arabs, including 5 children. Haganah admits responsibility for the act of terrorism against civilians.
 
   
December 29: Two British constables and 11 Palestinian-Arabs are killed and 32 injured at the Damascus Gate in Jerusalem when Irgun members throw a bomb from a taxi.
 
   
December 30: A mixed force of the Jewish Palmach and the "Carmel Brigade" attack the village of Balad al Sheikh, killing more than 60 Palestinians.
Zionist terrorism
  1948
January 1: Jewish Haganah terrorists attacked a village on the slopes of Mount Carmel, killing 17 Palestinians and wounding 33.
Arab volunteers from Arab countries begin to arrive in Palestine to help protect Palestinian-Arab villages but are overwhelmed by the better equipped and organized Zionist forces.
 
   
January 4: Haganah terrorists wearing British Army uniforms penetrate into the centre of Jaffa and blow up the Serai (the old Turkish Government House) which is used as headquarters of the Arab National Committee, killing more than 40 persons and wounding 98 others.
 
   
January 5: The Arab-owned Semiramis Hotel in Jerusalem is blown up, killing 20 persons, among them Viscount De Tapia, the Spanish Consul. Haganah admits responsibility.
 
   
January 7: Seventeen Palestinian Arabs are killed by a bomb at the Jaffa Gate in Jerusalem, 3 of them while trying to escape. Further casualties, including the murder of a British officer near Hebron, are reported from different parts of the country.
 
   
January 16: Zionists blow up three Palestinian owned buildings. In the first, 8 children between the ages of 18 months and 12 years, die.
 
   
March 3: Heavy damage is done to the Palestinian-owned Salam building in Haifa (a 7 story block of apartments and shops) by Zionists who drive an army truck up to the building and detonate 400lb. of explosives; casualties number 11 Arabs and 3 Armenians killed and 23 injured. The Jewish Stern Gang claims responsibility for the terror.
 
   
March 22: Housing block in Iraq Street in Haifa was blown up killing 17 and injuring 100 others. Four members of the Stern Gang drove two truck-loads of explosives into the street and abandoned the vehicles before the explosion.
Irgun, Jewish-zionist underground terror organization, captures the prison of Acre ('Akko) and takes control of a large part of the city of Jaffa (Yafo).
 
   
March 31: The Cairo-Haifa Express is mined, for the second time in a month, by an electronically detonated land mine near Benyamina, killing 40 persons and wounding 60 others.
 
 
April 9: A combined force of Irgun Zvai Leumi (under the leadership of MENACHEM BEGIN) and the Stern Gang, supported by the Palmach forces, capture the Arab village of Deir Yassin and massacre 254 unarmed civilians, including many women and children.
The 1948
Palestinian Exodus
Older Palestinian men and young women are captured and paraded in chains in the Jewish Quarter of Jerusalem; 20 of the hostages are then shot in the quarry of Gevaat Shaul.
This begins a mass exodus of Palestinians from Palestine that eventually amounts to 1,000,000 refugees.
Zionist racist State produced by a victim-mentality! May 3: A book bomb addressed to a British Army officer, who had been stationed in Palestine explodes, killing his brother, Rex Farran. Zionist racist State produced by a victim-mentality!
May 11: A letter bomb addressed to Sir Evelyn Barker, former British Commanding Officer in Palestine, is detected in the nick of time by his wife.
May 15: Britain announces the end of its mandate over Palestine, and troops of the new, poorly trained, badly equipped, and uncoordinated armies of Egypt, Transjordan, Syria, Lebanon, and Iraq invade Palestine.
September 16: Count BERNADOTTE (United Nations Security Council Mediator in Palestine) files his report, stating that –
"It would offend basic principles to prevent these innocent victims of the conflict from returning to their homes, while Jewish immigrants flood into Palestine and, what's more, threatening to permanently replace the dispossessed [Palestinian] Arab refugees who have been here for centuries."
He describes –
"Zionist pillage on a grand scale and the destruction of [Palestinian] villages without apparent military need"
September 17: Count BERNADOTTE and his aide, Col. SEROT, are assassinated by the Jewish-zionist Stern Gang in the "Israeli" controlled sector of Jerusalem after campaigning for the right of Palestinian refugees to return to their homes.
November: The Palestinian villages of Iqrit and Birim are attacked and destroyed, killing and injuring countless unarmed Palestinians, including women and children. The remainder are forcibly expelled from their homes and land.
  1949
February: All Palestinians in the villages of Anan and Kafr Yasif are forcibly expelled from their homes by the Jewish Haganah.
Israel, in military retaliation to the attack of the surrounding Arab countries, increases its land area more than the United Nations Partition of Palestine decision allows. (see May 1947).  The remaining area of Palestine is swallowed up by Egypt and Transjordan (which becomes the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan).
 
  1953
August 28: Armed Israelis attack the UNRWA Arab refugee camp at Bureij in the Gaza Strip. The "Israelis" throw grenades through the windows of the huts and gun down the fleeing refugees, killing 30 and wounding 62 others.
August 31: In Israel – The newly-created "Unit 31" [Zionist death squad] led by ARIEL SHARON launches a night attack on the Al-Bureij refugee camp, randomly shooting at homes, killing about fifty civilians.
October 14: The Arab village of Qibiya is attacked by Israeli troops, killing 42 villagers.
December: Israeli General MOSHE DAYAN writes –
"Take the American declaration of Independence. It contains no mention of territorial limits.
We are not obliged to fix the limits of the State."
('New York Times', 6 December 1953).
 
  1956
October 29: Forty-seven Palestinians, including 7 children and 9 women are massacred by "Israeli" border guards in the village of Kufr Kassem. The guards arrive and announce that there will be a curfew from 5 p.m. that very evening. Most of the men are working in the fields and do not know of the curfew. When they return in the evening, they are summarily shot.
 
  1959
October 6: The Egypt-Israel Mixed Armistice Commission condemns Israel for expelling several hundred Bedouins of the Azazmah tribe from the Negeb.
 
  1967
June 12: Four hundred Palestinian families are evicted from the Moroccan Quarter in Jerusalem, after three hours notice to evacuate their homes. Similar incidents take place at Qalqilya.
June 28: Israel's Knesset (Parliament) formally annexes Palestinian Jerusalem (East Jerusalem) to the State of Israel. (see 2000). The enlarged municipal area border is gerrymandered to exclude large Palestinian populations so that the Jewish population will form a majority.
August 7: The Palestinian population of East Jerusalem go on a general strike against Israeli confiscations of Palestinian land. Israel's defeat of her Arab neighbours results in an escalation of Palestinian terrorism.
Israel begins frantically building high-rise apartment blocks around Palestinian East Jerusalem at French Hill, Ramat Eshkol, Ramot, East Talpiot, Neve Yakov, and Gilo, mostly on confiscated Palestinian land, to increase the Jewish proportion of the city, causing an aesthetic disaster to the Jerusalem skyline.
 
  1968
December: An Israeli airborne group seizes Lebanon's Beirut airport and blows up most of Lebanon's commercial air fleet.
 
  1969
June 15: Israel's GOLDA MEIR states to 'The Sunday Times' –
"There is no such thing as a Palestinian people... It is not as if we came and threw them out and took their country.
They didn't exist."
 
1970-72
In USA - The Jewish Defence League bombs the Russian Aeroflot's New York City office, Soviet cultural offices in Washington, and two members are convicted of conspiracy to bomb the Long Island home of the Soviet Mission to the United Nations.
 
  1971
The Israeli Army forcibly confiscates 100,000 dunums of arable land near the Palestinian village of Akraba.
May: The village of Akraba is asked to sell the remaining land. When they refuse their crops are destroyed.
 
  1972
April 28: An Israeli Piper plane flies over the Palestinian village of Akraba, spraying a chemical defoliant on the villagers' wheat crops. (See 1971).
 
  1975
Professor ISRAEL SHAHAK gives, district by district, a list of 385 Palestinian villages destroyed by Jewish bulldozers, out of 475 existent in 1948 (that is more than 81%) –
"To convince us that before Israel, Palestine was a desert, hundreds of villages were razed by bulldozer –
their houses, walls, graveyards and their tombs."
Israel Shahak, "Racism and the State of Israel", p.152.
The 'empty land' lie
is constructed
  1977
CLAUDE KLEIN, Director of the Institute of Comparative Law of the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, writes –
"If the Jewish people are easily the most numerous in the State of Israel, by the same token, one can still say that the entire population of the State of Israel is not Jewish, as the country has a sizeable non-Jewish minority, mainly Arab and Druze. The question which must be asked is to what extent the existence of a Law of Return which favours the immigration of one part of the population (defined by its religious and ethnic adherence), cannot be regarded as discriminatory", and concludes that because it is not specifically directed against non-Jews it is therefore not discriminatory.
(Published as The Jewish Character of the State of Israel, Ed.Cujas, Paris 1977).
May: MENACHEM BEGIN, right-wing former leader of Jewish anti-British terror group, Irgun Zvai Leumi, becomes prime minister of Israel and begins plans to build Jewish settlements on confiscated Palestinian land.
 
  1980
March 23: Jewish Israelis in Palestinian territories burn hundreds of Christian New Testaments (Dr Shahak, Jewish Religion, p.21).
 
  1981
Rabbi MEIR KAHANE settles in Israel.
KAHANE founds the violent nationalist 'Kach' movement and calls for the 'liquidation' of liberal Jews, of whom he says –
'their evil threatens every Jew, their sins will sink the Jewish ship.'
 
  1982
September 25: Israeli opposition leader, SHIMON PERES, leads a rally of some 300,000 protesters over the massacres of thousands of Palestinian refugees at the Sabra-Chatila camps by Israel's surrogate Lebanese forces with the criminal complicity of Israel's General ARIEL SHARON.
 
  1984
June: Rabbi MEIR KAHANE announces at a press conference in Jerusalem that his party (Kach) is fully prepared to demolish the al Aqsa Mosque, together with all other Islamic monuments in Jerusalem.
July: Rabbi KAHANE wins a seat in the Israeli parliament, Knesset, representing his extreme nationalist Kach Party, and continues his hate speech against Palestinians ("dogs").
 
  1985
July 19: The Kach movement becomes a partner in the ruling coalition of the Kiryat Arabah settlement after signing an accord that the local council will take action to immediately dismiss all Palestinian workers in the settlement.
August: Rabbi Meir KAHANE's Kach activists drive Palestinians off beaches on three occasions.
September: Israel's President, Chaim HERTZOG, describes the activities of Rabbi KAHANE's Kach movement as 'a mark of disgrace' which tarnishes the Jewish people, and adds: 'I am ashamed that such a thing exists in our country'. (JC, 13 September 1985).
Zionist Racism again.
  1988
October: The Israeli High Court bans Rabbi KAHANE and his Kach movement from contesting elections in Israel in 1988, for their racist and anti-democratic programme which threatens the electoral prospects of other Israeli parties.
KAHANE responds by threatening street violence and predicts that –
'the day will yet come when I will rule over a theocratic, Arab-free Israel.'
He adds that he will take away Palestinian-Arab voting rights or drive them from the country.
 
  1990
November 6: Rabbi, Meir KAHANE, founder of extreme nationalist movement in Israel, Kach, is executed in New York by Al-Sayyid Nusair, an Egyptian. (He is acquitted by a New York court in December 1991). (See February 1994).
 
  1993
March 20: The American State Department submits a study to a Congress commission stating –
"More than 200,000 Israelis are now settled in the Occupied Territories (including Golan and East Jerusalem). They amount to 'approximately' 13% of the total population of these territories. About 90,000 of them live in the 150 settlements of the West Bank, 'where the Israeli authorities have about half of the territory.'
"In East-Jerusalem and in the Arab suburbs attached to the municipality," continues the State Department, "almost 120,000 Israelis are settled in about twelve districts. In the Gaza Strip, where the Hebrew State confiscated 30% of an already overpopulated territory, 3,000 Israelis live in about 15 settlements. On the Golan plateau, there are 12,000 spread over about 30 localities."
(Source: "Le Monde", 18 April 1993)
April 8: Israel's Yedioth Aharonoth, its biggest circulation paper, writes:
"Since the 70's, there has never been such an acceleration in construction in the [Palestinian] territories. Ariel Sharon (Minister for Housing and Construction), is feverishly busy establishing new settlements, developing those already existent, building roads and preparing new building sites."
(Source: "Le Monde", of 8 April 1993).
This is in direct contravention of the Geneva Convention of 12 August 1949, article 49, which stipulates –
"The occupying power cannot proceed with a transfer of one part of its own civil population into the territory occupied by it."
 
  1994
February 25: Kach member, Baruch GOLDSTEIN, massacres Muslim worshippers in Hebron's al-lbrahimi Mosque.
(Kach is then banned by the Israeli government, but no further arrests are made, and their activity simply continues under the banner – Kahane Chai, i.e., 'Kahane Lives'; see November 1990).
 
  1996
October: A so-called red heifer (Melody) is born at Kfar Hasidim near Haifa. Various rabbis affirm its status for the Temple purification rite. (As a preliminary necessity to Temple restoration according to the Jewish Talmud). This confirms Muslim Palestinian fears of Jewish Zionist plans to destroy their sacred sites on Temple Mount.
 
  1997
April: The Peace Process with Palestinian Arabs (PLO) negotiated in Oslo grinds to halt under NETANYAHU's security reservations.
 
  1999
January 5: Chief Rabbi of Rehovot, Simcha Hachohen KOOK tells the Knesset's Committee on Constitution, Law and Justice that The Chief Rabbinate of Israel has instructed religious councils, to which Reform and Conservative representatives have been appointed, not to convene.
June: The High Court of Justice orders the Ministry of Religious Affairs to pay NIS 7,000 (approximately $1,750 US) to the Reform Movement. The decision came as a result of the Ministry's refusal, for five years, to fulfil the Court's order to provide financial support to the Reform Movements Hebrew Union College.  The Ministry provided the Court-ordered support only after the Reform Movement twice threatened to pursue charges of contempt of court. The initial petition, filed by the Reform Movement in 1993, contended that Hebrew Union College is entitled to the same support as Orthodox yeshivas.
 
  2000
September 4: The Government of Israel, by a unanimous vote of their cabinet, approves the closing of the Ministry of Religious Affairs by the end of the month. Minister of Justice and Acting Minister of Religious Affairs Yossi BEILIN is appointed to head a ministerial committee to implement the closing of the Ministry. Beilin says that the ministry has been allocating resources based on "partisan or ideological" interests (between sects of Judaism) and that transferring its services will ensure that decisions will be made based on more professional criteria.
Prime Minister Ehud BARAK described the decision as "a first and important step in the social-civil reform" he had announced last month.
October 8: In Nazareth, Israel, a large crowd of Jews violently attack the Israeli Arab sector of the town.
October 9: Israel commemorates Yom Kippor (Day of Atonement) amidst continuing violent clashes with Palestinian demonstrators across the country.
October 12: Israel's helicopter gun ships fire missiles into the towns of Ramallah and Jericho to punish Palestinian violence.
Israeli Prime Minister BARAK invites right wing hardliner Ariel SHARON to join his government.
 
  2003
Sunday May 25: In contrast to immigration rights to Jews from anywhere, the Israeli cabinet votes to continue denying the right of return to Palestinians who fled their homes in Israel's 1948 war of independence to escape the violence.
 
  2005
August: Israeli 'settlers' in Palestinian Gaza, and the Israeli troops stationed to protect them, withdraw to Israeli territory but strengthen their hold on the Palestinian West Bank.
 
  2007
March: 123 Israeli children have been killed in conflict with the Palestinians, compared to 1,050 Palestinian children killed by the Israelis since September 29, 2000.
“The majority of these [Palestinian] children were killed and injured while going about normal daily activities, such as going to school, playing, shopping, or simply being in their homes. Sixty-four percent of children killed during the first six months of 2003 died as a result of Israeli air and ground attacks, or from indiscriminate fire from Israeli soldiers.
Catherine Cook (Media Monitors Network).
 
  2008
Thursday March 20: In Ariel, the 15-year-old son of 'Messianic Jews' [Christian Jews continuing Jewish tradition] is severely injured when a Purim gift left at his door explodes as he opens it.
Saturday October 11: In Acre, Israel – Arab Israeli, Tawfiq Jamal, is stoned by a Jewish mob for driving his car to pick up his daughter in the Jewish area of the city during their Yom Kippur Fast.
The Jewish attack triggers retaliation from the Palestinian community and rioting spreads across the city forcing some of the Palestinian minority to leave.

Friday December 5: Zionist Jews of Hebron carry out a pogrom again Palestinian residents. Masked Jewish settlers of Kiryat Arba surround a Palestinian house and begin to burn it after locking the extended family inside. In spite of Hebron being a 'closed Israeli Military zone' the lives of the Palestinian family is only saved by a group of international journalists breaking into the house to free the inhabitants, even though the hundreds of Zionist settlers climbing on the roof of the large house to destroy it was visible from a great distance.
Palestinian witnesses also report that Jewish settlers set fire to hundreds of Palestinian olive trees near the town of Qalqilya, near the scene of the similar torchings of the previous day.
Persecution of Christians
  2009
Thursday January 8: The London Times publishes photographic evidence to expose Israel's use of white phosphorus artillery shells (supplied by America) in attacking residential areas of Gaza city.
Israel issues a denial, but 'Jane's Missiles and Rockets' confirms that these M825A1 shells are white phosphorus, illegal in civilian residential areas under international law, used to create smoke-screens for troops but cause hideous third-degree burns on civilians in the area. Phosphorus shells are permitted to provide smoke cover only on battlefields, but their use where civilians may be harmed is strictly prohibited internationally. (America please note!)

Arab lives are of less value
Fascist Rabbi

Yitzhak Shapira of Yitzhar
Seminary Dean Rabbi YITZHAK SHAPIRA, and Rabbi YOSSI ELITZUR of the Od Yosef Hai yeshiva in the Yitzhar Jewish settlement near Nablus, West Bank, Palestine, co-author a 230 page book Torat ha-Melech (The King’s Teaching) on the killing of non-Jews. The book is supported in foreword by rabbis Yitzhak Ginsburg, Dov Lior and Yaakov Yosef.
Sample Quotes:
"only a Jew who kills a Jew violates the commandment “Thou Shalt Not Murder.”
“In religious law, we have found that non-Jews are generally suspected of shedding Jewish blood, and in war, this suspicion becomes a great deal stronger. One must consider killing even babies, who have not violated the seven Noahide laws, because of the future danger that will be caused if they are allowed to grow up to be as wicked as their parents.
"There is justification for killing babies if it is clear that they will grow up to harm us, and in such a situation they may be harmed deliberately, and not only during combat with adults.”
“If we kill a Gentile who has sinned or has violated one of the seven commandments – because we care about the commandments – there is nothing wrong with the murder.”
This book has become a best seller in Israel and was sold out within hours of going on sale.
(The Jewish fascist yeshiva of Yitzhar is supported, among other, by US tax-deductible dollars).
Zionist
Theological Fascism
Justifying Murder
of innocents.
A State which demands the right to protect its borders must FIRST define where those borders are!
  2010
April: In Yitzhar, West Bank, Palestine – Jewish seminary (yeshiva) students and residents stone Israeli soldiers, injuring three, for trying to to prevent them entering a military restricted area. Yitzhar has been at the forefront of the Jewish settler movement's 'price tag' policy, which calls for violent retaliation for any Israeli government restrictions on settler building in the Palestinian West Bank. Residents have launched numerous attacks on Palestinians, including an arson attack on a mosque in December 2009.
October: In Yitzhar, West Bank, Palestine – Rabbi YITZHAK SHAPIRA (author of Torat Hamelech), headmaster of the Od Yosef Chai Yeshiva, in the illegal Westbank Jewish settlement of Yitzhar, distributes fliers to his students in which he writes –
"According to true Jewish values, your lives come before those of the enemy, whether he is a soldier or a civilian under protection. Therefore, you are forbidden from endangering your own life for the sake of the enemy, not even for a civilian"
thereby justifying the use of civilians (Palestinians) being used as human shields by Israel's military.
 
  2011
December 3: In Brussels, Belgium – The United States ambassador to Belgium, Jewish HOWARD GUTMAN, states that –
"A distinction should be made between traditional anti-Semitism, which should be condemned, and Muslim hatred for Jews, which stems from the ongoing conflict between Israel and the Palestinians. ...an Israeli-Palestinian peace treaty will significantly diminish Muslim anti-Semitism"
In reaction, some Jewish groups and pro-Israel lobbyists demand that United States President Barak Obama take punitive action against his ambassador to Belgium.
 
  2012
February 7: In Jerusalem – Jewish fascists spray "Death to Christians" on the 11th century Monastery of the Cross. Israeli police spokesman Micky Rosenfeld says the words 'price tag' were also painted overnight by the same vandals, who damaged two cars parked outside the monastery in the attack on the Christian shrine. The 'price tage' slogan, used by Jewish settlers in vandalism attacks on mosques and Palestinian homes in the West Bank, refers to the retribution they threaten to exact for any attempt by the Israeli government to curb their settlements in Palestinian territory.
 
Nationalism, which favours one nationality over another, is EVIL –
whether it be German Nazi, French Fascist, Afrikaner Nationalist, or Jewish Zionist.

In modern Israel, citizenship and nationality are OFICIALLY racially–distinguished so that an Arab Israeli–CITIZEN is NOT regarded as an Israeli–national.
See: Israel's ancient Davidic Kingdom was not racially Jewish!

Jews opposed to Zionism marching in Canada
Jewish PLO
Some Web Sites by Jews against Zionist Fascism
 1.  Jewish Peace Fellowship Founded by rabbis in 1941, and supports conscientious objectors
 2.  Not In My Name Chicago chapter of the Jewish Voice for Peace (JVP): 'Seeking a Just Peace Between Israelis & Palestinians'. Sign the petition to End Demolitions Now!
 3.  Committee Against House Demolitions
ICAHD
A non-violent, direct-action group originally established to oppose and resist Israeli demolition of Palestinian homes in the Occupied Territories.
 4.  Courage to Refuse Founded following the publication of The Combatants Letter in 2002, by a group of 50 Israeli combat officers and soldiers.
 5.  Jews Not Zionists For the peaceful dismantlement of the so-called "State of Israel" and that Jewish-Muslim brotherhood be restored as prior to the arrival of the Zionist scheme on the global scene.
 6.  Tikun Olam: Making The World A Better Place It focuses on Israeli-Palestinian peace but includes commentary on U.S. politics, a world music mp3 blog, and other writing on Jewish life, literature, and culture.
7.  Matzpun ('Conscience') Israeli citizens and Jews of other nationalities whose families have been victims of racism and genocide in past generations, and who feel they cannot remain silent regarding Israel's injustice toward Palestinians.
8.  Ta'anit Tzedek – Jewish Fast For Gaza An ad hoc group of rabbis, Jews, and people of conscience who have committed to undertake a monthly daytime fast in support...
9.  Shomer Shalom Institute Committed to cultivating an intergenerational, multi-cultural and interfaith global community of peace, justice, loving kindness, and solidarity. It is committed to building a peaceful future for all people living in the West Bank, Gaza and Israel based on these same principles.
10.  Jews Against the Occupation The Australian branch.
11.  Israel Shamir Israeli writer, is a champion of the "One Man, One Vote, One State" solution seeking to unite Palestine & Israel in one democratic state.
Orthodox Jews burning an Israeli flag as a protest against Zionism
Orthodox Jews burn the Israeli flag in protest at its Zionist policies
See: Jews United Against Zionism
&
British Journalist Jonathan Cook Reporting from Nazareth

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