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Provocative Palestine-Israel ads at New York train stations rile critics
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| Joshua Rhett Miller
Posted on 07/12/2012 2:08:05 PM PDT by antidemoncrat
The ads, which were purchased by The Committee for Peace in Israel and Palestine, show the Palestinian Loss of Land from 1946 to 2010. An accompanying headline reads: "4.7 million Palestinians are classified by the U.N. as Refugees."
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TOPICS: News/Current Events
KEYWORDS: israel; palestine; whining
Back in the good old days, if you declared war on a country and lost, any request to the UN to return the land you lost during that war would have been laughed at.
Guess the Jews have something to talk about at the Obama fundraiser.....
posted on 07/12/2012 2:19:26 PM PDT
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...show the "Palestinian Loss of Land" from 1946 to 2010.
posted on 07/12/2012 2:38:00 PM PDT
Methinks the The Committee for Peace in Israel and Palestine is perhaps misnamed?
posted on 07/12/2012 2:56:39 PM PDT
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Muslim definition - Peace is lack of opposition to Islam.
posted on 07/12/2012 3:16:34 PM PDT
(Tea Party did not send GOP to D.C. to negotiate the terms of our surrender to socialism)
I think I read somewhere that Israel actually tried to return these captured lands long ago, but it was refused (probably for Palestinian’s anti -Israel propaganda effect) . So, Israel had this land, but didn’t know what to do with it because it was disputed territory. Now, it looks like after all these years Israel is thinking about annexing it. At least the Israelis will develope the land.
posted on 07/12/2012 6:24:13 PM PDT
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