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"palestinians", History

ISRAEL or "palestine" Which is it?

Jerusalem, FACTS

'palestinians' in Israel, natives or ALIENS?

History & Meaning palestine, "palestinians"

Biblical/Historical Facts about the Land

Multimedia/ Videos

"Palestinian" Rocks - Infant stoning victim dies of wounds

"Palestinian" FAKE Photos & Videos INDUSTRY

The “al-Aqsa Intifada” – An Engineered Tragedy [How many of the 'Palestinians' were/are really unarmed]

Israel the GEM the only Democracy there.

free and fair elections with multiple parties,
a free press,
freedom of religion,
protection for individuals and minorities
an independent judiciary All citizens of Israel, regardless of race, religion or sex, are guaranteed
equality before the law and full democratic rights. Freedom of speech, assembly, and press are embodied in the country's laws and traditions. Men and women have equal access to education, modern health care, and good jobs.

Arabs in Israel have equal voting rights; in fact, it is one of the few places in the Middle East where Arab women may vote. Arabs have served in the Cabinet, in the Foreign Service, and on the Supreme Court. Arabic, like Hebrew, is an official language in Israel.

Israel is the only country rated “Free” by the Freedom House report on democracy and human rights in the Middle East.

The Israeli Knesset includes Israelis from all walks of life: Jews, Christian and Muslim Arabs, Druze, immigrants and women. Nineteen parties, including
five Arab parties, were represented in the previous Knesset. Ten Knesset members were Arabs and sixteen were women.

More than 100 countries are included in Israel's diverse citizenship, including Ethiopia, Yemen, and India.

Israel guarantees
freedom of religion to its entire population. Israel provides freedom of access to all religious shrines and entrusts the administration of the holy places to their respective religious authorities. Thus, for example, the Muslim Wakf has responsibility for the mosques on the Temple Mount in Jerusalem, which is also the location of Judaism's holiest site.

Unlike any other Middle Eastern nation,
Israeli women are guaranteed equal rights and equal pay. Women are at the forefront of many aspects of Israeli society, including holding a continuous seat on the Supreme Court since its creation. Israel is the only country in the Middle East to elect a woman, Golda Meir, to the position of Prime Minister.

After over 50 years, none (!) of the Arab States have yet given citizenship to some of these Palestinians, causing the refugee problem - they live in camps with few or no rights.

A Muslim woman votes
in the Israeli Elections

It is ironic to note that Palestinians that stayed in Israel have rights: they received full Israeli citizenship. As of 2/2002 there were 980,000 Arab Israeli Citizens (mostly Muslim, some are Christian) who have the right to vote and have parties of their own represented in Israeli parliament Israel's parliament. It is also ironic to note that neither Jordan nor Egypt gave the Palestinians the option of an independant state, but Israel did in October 2000 (more on that later).

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Good news from the 100th smallest country, with less than 1/1000th of the world's population

Israel Helped 'palestinians' 1967-1993


By Ariel Natan Pasko

Scorecard: Israel 1, Arab States 0. That about sums it up.

Israel just had elections recently and three Arab-led parties won 9 seats in the Knesset - Israel's parliament. Democracy, I was told when I was growing up, meant majority rule with respect for minority rights. Israel, more or less qualifies. Let's take a look at a few other examples.

Iraq not too long ago had elections and guess what, Saddam Hussein - running unopposed- was elected by 100% of the electorate. Even people in the hospital, 'deep in coma' came out to vote for him. Same thing for Syria's Hafez Assad a few years ago, running unopposed, he garnered 99% of the vote. Gee, they sure love those Arab despots, don't they?

Take Lebanon for example. Poor thing, they 'invited' Syria in to 'help' them during the civil war in 1976, and it never left. Sort of like an obnoxious guest who overstays his visit, not sensing when its time to leave. The Christians in Lebanon feel that way. That's Syria, well-known 'champion of democracy', respected member of the UN Security Council, and rapacious occupier of Lebanon in violation of UN Resolution 520 (telling them to get out), I might add.

Syria, that's that country run by the Alawis (a heretical offshoot of Shiite Islam), of which Bashir and the rest of the Assad clan are members. Although they make up only 10-12% of the population, about the same amount as Christians, and far fewer than the about 75% Sunni Muslim majority, they rule with an 'iron fist'. The Sunnis might be the majority, but when the now deceased Hafez Assad destroyed a town (Hama 1982) killing 20,000 people, to root out his political opposition (a few hundred members of the Muslim Brotherhood), well hey, so who cares about being a majority, right? Although about 90% of the population is ethnically Arab, with the remainder Kurd, Armenian, and others, Alawi affirmative action proves, minority rights are doing fine in Syria. Democracy is democracy!

Iraq isn't much different. It's run by the Tikritis. Sons of the town of Tikrit, as most everybody whose been following the Iraq adventure probably already know. Saddam Hussein, his advisors, top Baath party leaders, and most military and security leaders all come from there, a town of about 100,000 out of a country of 23 million. Talk about a company town, this one's a town-run country. Saddam and his cronies are Sunni Muslims, that make up only about 35% of the population, in contrast to the about 62% Shiite majority of Iraq. Minority rights win again.

Or look at Jordan that well-known 'modern' Middle East kingdom. Parliament was suspended and political parties were banned for over three decades. Political parties were first re-legalized in 1992. After years of promised 'creeping democratization' under the now deceased King Hussein (friend of Yitzhak Rabin, 'peace' and formerly, builder of latrines in Eastern Jerusalem out of Jewish gravestones), his son the enlightened, western educated King Abdullah II (who became king in 1999), suspended parliament in June 2001. Elections have been postponed ever since. Over 100 emergency regulations (i.e. anti-democratic laws) have been enacted, including the suspension of press freedoms. But, don't worry, everything's been done according to the constitution. Right?

The ruling Hashemite Dynasty I remind you, decedents of Abdullah I, are natives of the Hejaz not Transjordan. The Saud family booted them out in the early part of the 20th century. So, they moved to the Palestine Mandate area and under British perfidy established a new kingdom in Transjordan.

Then there's Egypt, a nice place, as long as you're not a Coptic Christian. For over 50 years, Egypt, has been ruled by only three presidents. Nasser and Sadat were members of the Free Officers Movement revolt of 1952. Mubarak was Sadat's vice president from the National Democratic Party that Sadat established in 1977. In Egyptian democracy, the president is nominated by the NDP dominated People's Assembly, and then ratified (unchallenged) by popular referendum. Mubarak was re-elected in 1999 by about the same amount, 95%, as he's 'won' by for three previous 6-year terms. Surprised?

Elections might not be all that free in Egypt, but there is plenty of media freedom. That is, for anti-Semitism and Israel-Bashing, all in violation of the 1979 Peace Treaty with Israel. But what can you do, democracy is democracy.

Saudi Arabia, the Gulf States, and several North African states don't even try to pretend. They are honest in their opposition to western-style government. Usually taking the position that democracy, pluralism, and tolerance is alien to their Arabic cultures and Islamic inclinations.

All joking aside, with the 'upcoming' war (if it takes place), the United States is promising a 'regime change' and a democratization process in Iraq. The Bush Administration wants to promote democracy throughout the Middle East; it just dedicated $145 million to a project called the Middle East Partnership Initiative. President Bush for example has called for democratic reforms in the Palestinian Authority before statehood. Taking the cue, Syria has recently publicized a withdrawal, 'cosmetic redeployment' to some, of troops in Lebanon. Even Saudi Arabia has hinted that after another Gulf War, reform is on the way. But for some thinkers in the US, the real question being debated is whether the US should forcibly export democracy, to the Middle East, instead of waiting for the Arab regimes to institute it on their own.

There are plenty of minorities in the Arab world, North Africa and the Middle East, that await real democracy. There are Lebanese who suffer daily occupation under a vicious Syrian regime. There are Kurds throughout the Middle East and Assyrians in Iraq, who aspire to independence. There are Berbers (the pre-Arab indigenous population) in North Africa who after 11 centuries, still resist Arabization. There are Christians in Egypt who are attacked by Islamic radicals and persecuted. There are Christians and Animists in the Sudan who resist slavery or Islamicization. And so on and so on, all are non-Arab or non-Muslim minorities, who long for the United States to bring regime change to their area too. See, "Minorities in the Middle East: A History of Struggle and Self-Expression" by Mordechai Nisan, and "The Dhimmi: Jews and Christians under Islam" by Bat Ye'or, to get a better sense of the problems.

Which brings us to the most serious measure of how committed to democratic reform in the Middle East anyone is, the Israeli-Palestinian issue. The Quartet (United States, EU, UN, and Russia) is promoting a 'roadmap' to peace, with the promise of Palestinian statehood. Recently their Task Force on Palestinian Reform met in London, but only the US has been demanding any real democratic reforms in the Palestinian Authority, and only half-heartedly, at that. The Europeans seem to be more interested in financial accountability for their aid money than democratic political reform in the PA.

According to 'global common knowledge', Jewish 'settlements' in the 'West Bank and Gaza' will have to be abandoned, and Jews transferred, voluntarily or forcibly, back to the new borders of the State of Israel.

I ask a simple question, WHY?

Ethnic cleansing has been condemned throughout the 1990's. Bosnia's power sharing government is a case in point. After the breakup of Yugoslavia and the war that followed, the EU, NATO and the US did not help to establish an exclusively Muslim state in Bosnia, but one where Croats and Serbs were included. The 4th Geneva Convention (meant to protect residents from forced expulsion) was adopted after World War II, with the Holocaust in mind. How could the US or Europeans be thinking of making parts of the historic Jewish homeland JUDENREIN?

If the Palestinian state in the making is to claim the mantle of DEMOCRACY; no better test of its tolerance of minorities would be the granting of citizenship to Jews who would choose to remain in their towns, villages, and homes in Judea and Samaria (the 'West Bank'), and Gaza. Without extending full, equal rights and privileges to Jews in Palestine, including the possibility to be elected to parliament and serve in the Palestinian government; rights Arab citizens of Israel have, democracy and peace become empty expressions.

So what will it be? Are we going to stop hearing calls for the closing down of Jewish 'settlements', that is, Jewish cities, towns and villages? Are we going to stop hearing calls for the expulsion of several hundred thousand Jews from their homes? Or will we now know, that 'regime change' and DEMOCRACY IN THE MIDDLE EAST are just empty slogans bereft of all meaning?

Ariel Natan Pasko is an independent analyst & consultant. He has a Master's Degree in International Relations & Policy Analysis. His articles appear regularly on numerous news/views and think-tank websites, in newspapers, and can be read at: www.geocities.com/ariel_natan_pasko

(c)2003/5763 Ariel Natan Pasko

Victim Israel, Sweet Little & Kind

Unlike the Arab side, Israeli system does NOT:

Encourage to murder innocent civilians.

It Does NOT teach it's kids to define others as "apes & pigs".

It does not FINANCE Mothers to cheer to their sons & daughters to commit Suicide/Homiced on restaurant diners, wedding dancers, elderly at bus stops, packed school buses, by standers, market shoppers.

It does NOT put kids in front of machine gun shooters as shields in order to PLAY "victim"

It does not promote the CULT of DEATH, Glorifying mass murderers as "heroes".

Israel = Survival, Self defense, LIFE!

(PS Arab propaganda will never speak about the nice lives over a million of Arabs enjoy inside Israel including great representations in Israeli parliament, those that do not engage in murdering Israelis, but they rather complain on Israelis daring to defend against terrorists.)

Are the Arabs who live in Israel proper full citizens of the State with full rights of citizenship?

Of the six million people living in Israel, about one million are Arab Israelis who have full citizenship rights. This population is comprised of Bedouins, Druze and Palestinians Arabs whose families chose to remain in Israel after 1948. There are a number of Arab representatives in Israel's parliament, the Knesset. Because of continuing security issues, Palestinian Arabs are not conscripted into the army. Bedouins may volunteer and Druze Arabs are conscripted by their own choice.

While there are cities such as Haifa and Akko where Jewish and Arab Israelis live together, most Arab Israelis live in their own villages, towns or neighborhoods. Until college, they are educated in separate schools. There is clearly a disparity of opportunity, and correcting this is on the agenda of many Israeli officials as well as the worldwide Jewish community.

There are numerous examples of co-existence programs which bring Jewish and Arab neighbors together to learn about one another. Many are supported by grants from American Jewish communities including our own Jewish Community Federation.

Like the United States, Israel is a democracy. Israel's Parliament includes men, women, Jews, and Arabs.

Israel is a parliamentary democracy with legislative, executive and judicial branches. The head of the state is the president, whose duties are mostly ceremonial and formal; the office symbolizes the unity and sovereignty of the state. The Knesset, Israel's legislative authority, is a 120-member unicameral parliament which operates in plenary session and through 14 standing committees. Its members are elected every four years in universal nationwide elections. Arab members.

The Government (cabinet of ministers) is charged with administering internal and foreign affairs. It is headed by a prime minister and is collectively responsible to the Knesset.


Myths & Facts - Human Rights in Israel and the Territories

Israel for All

Arabs for Israel

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Is Israel Really Not Much Better?

Balancing IDF Checkpoints and International Law: Teaching the IDF Code of Conduct

Israel - Kindness

Arabs! Kiss Kind Israel's Feet!

The Israeli Gift-Of-Land-Message to "palestinians"

'Refusniks', Critics, Israel's Super Morality & Haters' Misuse

This describes it typically, the 'payback' of a 'Palestinian' woman that wanted to blow up the very hospital was treated in

From Patient to Suicide Bomber (When she's also using that sick excuse of the notorious Arab boy, which -- as turned out -- was only a 'Palestinian' stunt & was murdererd by Arabs! - The Israeli Crime That Wasn’t)
Palestinian patient tried to blow up in the Israeli hospital where she was treated.

SUICIDE BOMBER WANNABE: Wafa al-Biri, a 21-year-old Palestinian woman, attempted to kill the doctor who had saved her life. But not for the reasons you might think.

NBC's Martin Fletcher writes:

"She was easy pickings for someone with a bomb and a cause. According to Wafa, the al-Aqsa militants came knocking. Here was a vulnerable young woman, willing to die, and moreover with the golden ticket -- a pass for humanitarian reasons to a hospital in Israel. After all, who would check the underwear of a sick young woman on her way to the hospital?

"A hundred patients mill around the outpatient ward in the morning. Wafa could die a hero and a martyr with Jewish blood on her hands and not just her veins, after the dozen blood transfusions she received in the Israeli hospital."

Torn Together,
[Why they hate us...]

Israel aids Hurricane Katrina victims

Oct. 2005, Arab named vice president of Israeli university for first time.
Sociology professor Majd el-Haj has been named Haifa University's next dean of research, making him the first Arab faculty member to serve at the vice presidential level of an Israeli university.

Israeli officer gave bomber a ride (Israel - Good VS Evil-Palestine)

Israeli officer gave bomber a ride (January 31, 2007)
EXTRAORDINARY details emerged yesterday of how an Israeli army reserve colonel gave a lift to a suicide bomber and considered running him over when he suspected his true mission. The revelations came as the Israeli Government rejected a request from the army to immediately retaliate against Monday's suicide attack in the southern city of Eilat, in an attempt to hold together the fragile peace process. The attack on a bakery killed three people and the bomber, marking the first such suicide bombing in nine months.

IDF ordered not to change Gaza RESTRAINT policy (DESPITE TERROR ATTACK)Jerusalem Post, Israel - Despite Monday's suicide attack in Eilat, the government will maintain its policy of restraint in Gaza. (Janurary, 31, 2007)

Humanitarian Aid Archive


Humanitarian -Rafah

IDF Expands Humanitarian Officers Program

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Israel Defense Forces Pours Humanitarian Aid Into Gaza (July 2007) http://www.israelnewsagency.com/gazaidfisraelhumanitarianaidhamasterrorismun66070207.html

Israel Defense Forces Pours Humanitarian Aid Into Gaza

By Israel News Agency Staff

Jerusalem ----July 2....... Part of the following was communicated by the Israel Defense Forces and the Israel Government Press Office to the Israel News Agency.

The IDF provided a summary of humanitarian activity and aid into the Gaza Strip which was coordinated by the Israel Defense Forces throughout the day.

"Despite the volatile security situation in the Gaza Strip, the IDF is continuing its efforts to provide a response to humanitarian needs in the Gaza Strip," an IDF spokesperson told the INA. "Throughout the day the following humanitarian aid was transferred from Israel into Gaza through the Sufa, Kerem Shalom and Erez Crossings with the coordination of the Gaza District Coordination and Liaison Office: 676 tons of sugar, 637 tons of straw, 375 tons of animal feed, 191 tons of fruits, 159 tons of salt, 116,000 liters of cooking oil, 79 tons of bananas, 71,000 liters of milk, 36 tons of rice, 36 tons of tea, 33 tons of meat, 21,000 liters of hypochlorite (a water purifier), 20 tons of coffee, 20 tons of cocoa, 14 tons of milk powder, 5 tons of medical equipment for babies and 10 tons of diapers, 4 tons of reproductive eggs and 5kg of medical equipment and 8433 vaccines.

The terror group Hamas is attempting to restore law and order, collecting weapons, directing traffic and enforcing municipal codes at vegetable stands. But with Israel in control of its borders, coastline and airspace and with Fatah ignoring its pleas for a return to negotiations even Hamas acknowledges it won't be able to go it alone in Gaza.

The green Hamas flag flies over security buildings once used by Fatah. Gaza's only remaining radio station the Hamas-controlled Al Aqsa Radio blares militant slogans. Secular men, in fear for their lives, are growing beards in line with Islamic tradition.

Hundreds of tons of humanitarian aid have arrived in Gaza in the days since Hamas's violent takeover. But the territory's borders are closed for commercial trade indefinitely, all but destroying any prospect of development for Gaza's 1.4 million people.

In their violent seizure of Gaza, the Islamic terrorists of Hamas clearly had no plan for the day after.

Senior Abbas aide Saeb Erekat of Fatah has the crucial task of coordinating with Israel the entrance of humanitarian aid into Gaza. But Fatah's assistance only covers basic needs, and Gaza's exports are strangled.

John Ging, the head of UN aid operations in Gaza, said the world must find a way to keep Gaza's borders open for trade.

"Already we are feeding 1.1 million out of Gaza's 1.4 million people," he said. "But we'll be feeding the rest of them if the economy is killed." Recently, Palestinian terror mortar fire on a border crossing between Israel and Gaza forced a halt to crucial humanitarian aid entering the coastal territory, U.N. and Israeli military officials said.

The U.N. condemned the attack on the Kerem Shalom crossing, saying the attack served to "endanger the provision of vital humanitarian assistance to the civilian population of Gaza."

The IDF said the mortar fire was accompanied by another explosion nearby, apparently a roadside bomb, forcing the closure for security reasons.

The terror group Islamic Jihad took responsibility for the shooting in an announcement on its Web site.

Since the larger Islamic group Hamas seized control of Gaza, IDF and U.N. aid organizations have been sending truckloads of food and medicine through crossings from Israel to avert shortages in the poverty-stricken territory.

Shlomo Dror, an Israel military spokesman, said an average of 80 truckloads of humanitarian aid were entering Gaza daily. Dr. Saeb Erekat, the chief negotiator for the Palestinian Liberation Organisation, stated in a press conference in Ramallah that the launching of missiles at the crossings that are used to transport aid into the Gaza Strip, benefit no one.

"Some 150-200 Palestinians remained at the Erez crossing, but there is currently no intention of allowing their transfer to the West Bank via Israel for fear that some of them may be terrorists," said Tuesday the head of the of the Gaza District Coordination Office (DCO) with the Palestinians, Colonel Nir Peres.

“With each passing day the situation in the Strip will continue to deteriorate,” he said. “We are trying to provide as much assistance as possible, but eventually Hamas’ violent regime will only hurt the citizens more,” he said.

The TRIAL Israel = Humanitarian

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Israel the GEM, Multi-racial, freedom, Equality for all

The Democratic humanitarian free oasis in the racist fascist totalitarian oppressive jungle of the Middle east


Israel the GEM, Multi-racial, freedom, Equality for all


http://www.idfisrael.com/minorities.htm IDF is a people's movement, (women & minorities)

Jenin "massacre"? Think again!


Rescue operation drills conducted by the Homefront Command

Sports day


ISRAEL'S NEXT TOP MODEL (you can't get more multi racial, more multi color than that)

This year (2006) marked the second season of the reality tv competition searching for Israel’s Next Top Model (the show is a knock off of Tyra Bank’s program “America’s Next Top Model”). The three finalists are depicted in this picture. All are Israeli young women. Two are Jewish, one is Muslim. Kristine, the blond model was born in Russia. Mimi, the black model was born in Ethiopia.
Her family belongs to the group of courageous Ethiopian Jews who braved starvation, exposure to the elements, wild animals, brutal marauders and exhaustion to escape Ethiopia by WALKING to the Holy Land. Niral, the brown haired beauty on the left, was born in Israel to a Muslim-Israeli family.
Niral won the competition and is now , Israel’s Next Top Model.


First Muslim Cabinet minister for Israel
Israel was on the verge of installing the first Muslim Cabinet minister in ... But the country has had only one Arab Cabinet minister before: Salah Tarif

Super Kind Israel GIVES to Abbas

After all the crimes he has done in cooperation with the terror group 'Al Aqsa Martyrs Brigade' [connected to "moderate" Fatah) as well as letting Jihadi Hamas grow...

But Israel is still the GIVER.

Israel frees tax funds for Abbas (Jun-23-07) http://www.theaustralian.news.com.au/story/0,20867,21961500-

Making a "criminal" out of Saint Israel

When it comes to Victim Israel, the media "justice" turns 360 degrees.

A bias that selects Israel for unfair harsh terms & gross language.

When it comes to victim Israel, all hell break lose.

  • Not only don't they appreciate Israel's reluctance from going on the lose like Arab neighbors, Syria & Jordan that "dealt" with violent "uprising" by just massacring thousands randomly.

    But it calls Israeli restrained minimal defense-of-lives actions against terror aggression as "aggressive".

  • Not only don't they appreciate Israel's beautiful treatment of it's minorities including favoring it's Arab citizens over Israeli Jewish majority in court cases, in access to the holy-site of the temple mount, (not excluding known Muslim fascists living inside Israel that call for racist genocide of the Jews & ethnic cleansing & voice their opinion openly in Israel's free equal democracy) & in the imbalance unfairness in obligating Israeli Jews to serve in the army, whereas Arabs are exempt.

    But it calls Israel's security check points after arresting Israeli Arabs in terror activities as "racism".

  • Not only don't they appreciate Israel's aid & humanitarian help for "Palestinians" including free treatment in hospitals for many "Palestinian" kids injured due to "Palestinian" -- crimes against humanity -- adults' violent intifadah... using their kids as weapons or as shields, as well as basically feeding much of their population.

    But it interprets Israeli shielding themselves from Arab attackers, shooting behind little kids as "crimes against humanity".

  • Not only don't they appreciate Israel's ongoing gestures to "Palestinians" crossing over to the Israeli side, looking away strict anti terror measures, when "Palestinians" not only practice apartheid against Jews, but Hamas raises it's Islamic Apartheid against Christian Arabs too.

    But it calls it's anti-genocide-bombers barrier an "apartheid wall".

  • Not only don't they appreciate Israel's multiracial nation that has Arab Muslims representatives in it's highest offices in the government, even at the height of racism from Israeli Arabs towards Israeli Jews manifested in protests and in aiding bombers.

    But these ungrateful Israeli Arabs cry "racism".

  • Not only don't they appreciate Israel's evacuating Gaza from non Arabs, from Jews, when fascist "Palestine" doesn't allow any Jew to live in it's so called "territories", but it's these ethnic cleansing masters that cry "ethnic cleansing".


"Palst." -Terrorists Use
Another Ambulance
This time A UN's

Earlier Cases Use
of Ambulances
For Terror

Arabian Apartheid,
Wall and More...

Guilty 'Palstn' Teachers
And Parents, Why Their
Children Die

Their Criminal Use
Of Human Shields
Why their Civilians Die

Their Heinous Use
Of their Kids
as Human Bombs


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