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Al Yawmul Quds Al Alami - International Quds (Jerusalem) Day

Rafidi

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You're gunna talk about ridiculous now? Look at the thread we are in 😂

Well, it was ridiculous 2000 years ago if someone had told a Jew in Europe or in Palestine that one day there would be some Jewish converts from Khazaria and Lebanon setting up an apartheid Jewish state in Palestine. So if it took Judaists two thousand years ti achieve that, then all hope is not lost for the Palestinians. We still have over 1800 years more.
 

الحج موكي

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Well, it was ridiculous 2000 years ago if someone had told a Jew in Europe or in Palestine that one day there would be some Jewish converts from Khazaria and Lebanon setting up an apartheid Jewish state in Palestine. So if it took Judaists two thousand years ti achieve that, then all hope is not lost for the Palestinians. We still have over 1800 years more.

It was not ridiculous to the Jews who said one day we will return to our homeland, I can assure you of that. The dream of our ancestors was realized.

You Arab squatters and colonialists can keep crying. If you're ever more than a nuisance to Israel, you'll be put in your proper place: six feet below the ground.
 

Rafidi

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It was not ridiculous to the Jews who said one day we will return to our homeland, I can assure you of that. The dream of our ancestors was realized.

You Arab squatters and colonialists can keep crying. If you're ever more than a nuisance to Israel, you'll be put in your proper place: six feet below the ground.

The reason you will remain an apartheid and criminal state.
 

Rafidi

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Israel is the only liberal democracy in the middle east. Our people (the Jews) are not eating from trash cans.

I think you should worry less about Israel and more about yourself.

Liberal democracy indeed. It is like stealing someone else's house and boasting you are the only house in the neighborhood with electricity. :p

Israehell receives in aid American taxpayers money in billions. The reason it is a White colonial settler project and why it doesnt belong to a Semitic Middle East. Adopting Judaism or becoming a Judaist can never make a White man a semite. Big difference, even if you keep screaming about antisemitism till next world.

Most of our problems, both economic, security, political and otherwise are caused by Israehelli influence and manipulations.
 

SeaAb

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When did he mention that and for what reason does he keep that pic?
I think it was before the presidential elections, around that time - interview with Marcel Ghanem. He was boasting about the close relationship his family has with the Saudi Kings along the years and how much respect he had for the ruling family. He then said "m3alle2lo soorto bil maktab' 2azdo 3an l king...
 

Rafidi

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I think it was before the presidential elections, around that time - interview with Marcel Ghanem. He was boasting about the close relationship his family has with the Saudi Kings along the years and how much respect he had for the ruling family. He then said "m3alle2lo soorto bil maktab' 2azdo 3an l king...

Yes, I heard too of King Salman's approval and warm acceptance of Frangieh becoming president. I think the granddad had good relations with the Saudi royals. And the Frangieh are a feudal dynasty. A political lineage with the bek title. So they will appeal to royals much.
 

Rafidi

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Iran’s supreme leader blasts 'cancerous' Israel on Quds Day

Ayatollah Khamenei marked a subdued Quds Day, an annual event in support of Palestine, with a televised address. He also tacitly admitted for the first time that Iran funnels weapons to Palestine.

In his annual speech on the subject of Palestine on Friday, Iran's Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei called Israel a ''cancerous tumor'' that ''will undoubtedly be uprooted and destroyed.''

Khamenei was speaking on what is called Quds day in Iran, referring to the Arabic name for Jerusalem. Typically, mass demonstrations in support of Palestine are encouraged, however, this year the event was particularly subdued.

He spoke for 30 minutes in a televised broadcast, a rarity for Quds day, as usually other high-ranking officials are called upon to give the keynote speech.

The supreme leader used cancer metaphors to refer to Israel several times as he spoke, and then criticized the US and other countries, including some in the Arab world, for providing it with ''various kinds of military and non-military tools of power, even with atomic weapons.''

The latter claim has never been confirmed. Israel has long maintained a policy of ambiguity with regards to whether or not it possesses nuclear bombs, but some analysts believe it has at least 80 warheads, if not hundreds.

References to 'final solution' in Quds Day cartoon

Khamenei also tacitly admitted that Iran secretly supplies Palestinian militias with weapons, making this the first time that has been publicly acknowledged.

Quds Day was first introduced right after Iran's Islamic Revolution in 1979. Khamenei's predecessor Ayatollah Ruhollah Khomeini declared that it would always be held on the final Friday of the Muslim holy month of Ramadan to criticize Israel.

Khamenei, who also compared Israel to the coronavirus during his speech, has tried to insist that his vitriol about Israel is not anti-Semitic.

However, in the days leading up to Friday, his office released a cartoon graphic showing smiling Iranian-backed forces, people from Arab countries, and two Orthodox Jews bearing a headline that included the phrase "the final solution,'' a phrase used by Nazi Germany to describe the planned extermination of all Jewish people.

The image was later deleted from Khamenei's personal Twitter account, but remains visible on his office's Farsi-language website.

Israel's Foreign Ministry responded by saying: "We have experience with leaders who talk about 'final solutions,' and we promise: Not on our watch."

es/mm (AP, AFP)


 

Rafidi

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Nasrallah: Israel Deterred but Betting on Economic Situation in Lebanon

Hizbullah leader Sayyed Hassan Nasrallah announced Friday that Israel is “cautious and worried about Lebanon” and “fears going to war.”

“Some might say that there is mutual deterrence but mutual deterrence is a victory for Lebanon,” Nasrallah noted in a televised speech marking Quds Day.
“Israel should not bet that Hizbullah might be preoccupied with domestic situations,” he said.

Nasrallah noted that Israel is now “betting on the economic situation in Lebanon in order to instigate the community of the resistance against it through sanctions.”

“Calm on the border is thanks to the growth of the resistance's capabilities, despite all the airstrikes in Syria,” Hizbullah's leader said.

He added that domestically, the Lebanese “can be strong and can preserve their sovereignty and recover their territorial waters without dying of hunger.”

“The nations that have surrendered are living in a state of hunger and no one has assisted them. Through our solidarity we can preserve our sovereignty and we can be strong. We can deter our enemy and drill oil and gas wells and we can be a country that does not suffer hunger,” Nasrallah went on to say.
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    Nasrallah: All people in Lebanon are urged to show further commitment and responsibility in the face of coronavirus.
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    Nasrallah: Today where are Netanyahu, Trump and Mohammed bin Salman? Each of them has his own dilemma and this axis can be defeated.
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    Nasrallah: Experts are saying that the U.S. has lost its leadership position in the world, and the coronavirus pandemic is an example.
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    Nasrallah: Israel should not bet that Hizbullah might be preoccupied with domestic situations.
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    Nasrallah: Israel is now betting on the economic situation in Lebanon in order to instigate the community of the resistance against it through sanctions.
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    Nasrallah: The Israelis are still betting on sanctions.
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    Nasrallah: Mutual deterrence is a victory for Lebanon.
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    Nasrallah: Israel is cautious and worried about Lebanon and it fears going to war.
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    Nasrallah: Israel supports the war on Yemen and it is assisting with technology.
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    Nasrallah: I believe that what happened in Syria is a major victory for the axis of resistance.
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    Nasrallah: The WHO has admitted that the health system in Iran is among the strongest.
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    Nasrallah: The Islamic Republic has triumphed in the coronavirus test.
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    Nasrallah: Iran is the center of gravity in the region, that's why it is the country that is most targeted.
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    Nasrallah: Some Arab countries are supporting the American-Israeli axis.
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    Nasrallah on regional conflicts: The real enemy that we're fighting is the Americans, although we are not shooting at each other.
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    Nasrallah: The current generation must not surrender or legitimize occupation.
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    Nasrallah: Liberation cannot be achieved in one, two or three years. It could take generations. The lengthy battle should not be a reason for despair.
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    Nasrallah: The responsibility of regaining Palestine is mainly that of the Palestinian people but it also the responsibility of the ummah, seeing as God will ask us about it on Judgement Day.
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    Nasrallah: Our stance on Palestine is religious and ethical, and hence it can't be changed.
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    Nasrallah on Israel: We never said that we wanted to throw anyone into the sea. Those who flocked to Palestine must leave.
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    Nasrallah: The liberation of the South paved the way for major transformations in the region.

 

Ice Tea

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A Lebanese fugitive and convert to Judaism from Christianity calls Jerusalem "home". Ridiculous.


As far as I know @Big Brother has stated many times that he's half Lebanese Christian half Jewish, and is proud of both his identities. And yes, he has 100% the right to call Israel and Jerusalem home, since all Jews are originally from there. Unlike Arabs from Morocco to Yemen who have no historical connection to the Holy Land and still think they are entitled to it just because Arab Muslim colonialists owned it for some time.
 

Ice Tea

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Well, it was ridiculous 2000 years ago if someone had told a Jew in Europe or in Palestine that one day there would be some Jewish converts from Khazaria and Lebanon setting up an apartheid Jewish state in Palestine. So if it took Judaists two thousand years ti achieve that, then all hope is not lost for the Palestinians. We still have over 1800 years more.


Liberal democracy indeed. It is like stealing someone else's house and boasting you are the only house in the neighborhood with electricity. :p

Israehell receives in aid American taxpayers money in billions. The reason it is a White colonial settler project and why it doesnt belong to a Semitic Middle East. Adopting Judaism or becoming a Judaist can never make a White man a semite. Big difference, even if you keep screaming about antisemitism till next world.

Most of our problems, both economic, security, political and otherwise are caused by Israehelli influence and manipulations.


How many times will I have to teach you that the only groups that come close to being 100% native to the Levant are Christians, Samaritans, Druze and of course Mizrahi Jews (majority of Israel). And even Ashkenazim are predominantly Israelite by blood and way more native than the Arab Muslims who occupy the region.

Khazaria, really? That theory has been debunked long ago. Khazars were a Turkic people. Do Ashkenazim look Turkic? Nope, they look mostly Mediterranean or Levantine. So if you wanna be anti-Semitic, at least get your facts straight.

Second, Jews were never considered native in Europe. Why do you think all the pogroms and the Holocaust happened? It's not simply because of their religion, Jews were not seen as simply Europeans with a Jewish religion. They were seen as foreign and inferior semites of a different race who came from the Middle East, just like the Roma people (gypsies) who came from India and were never seen as native by Europeans.
 

Ice Tea

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The Christians in the Palestinian territories (barely any left) are persecuted by their Muslim neighbors, not Israel. When Israel controlled Bethlehem it was 80-90% Christian, 25 years have passed since the Palestinian Authority took control and now Christians make up only 10-15% of the population, if even. Not to mention Christians in Gaza, who lived literally in ISIS-like conditions.

I've posted many times the data and you already know it. Christians in Israel proper are the most educated and successful group in the country, even more than Jews. They have the best schools, and lowest % of unemployment and poverty. They are also overrepresented in colleges and universities (almost 15% of all students despite being only 2% of the population), especially in the medical and engineering fields. Knowing all of that, do you seriously believe Christians are better off in the Palestinian territories than Israel?!
 
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