GayandRight

My name is Fred and I am a gay conservative living in Ottawa. This blog supports limited government, the right of the State of Israel to live in peace and security, and tries to expose the threat to us all from cultural relativism, post-modernism, and radical Islam. I am also the founder of the Free Thinking Film Society in Ottawa (www.freethinkingfilms.com)

Wednesday, December 08, 2010

Palestinian Journalists support study saying no Jewish ties to Wall...

How can Israel make peace when the Palestinians deny Jewish ties to the Wailing Wall???
The Palestinian Journalists Syndicate in the West Bank on Monday expressed its solidarity with Al-Mutawakel Taha, the senior Palestinian Authority Ministry of Information official who recently published a “study” denying Jews’ rights to the Western Wall.

The five-page document, which first appeared on the official website of the ministry, has been strongly condemned by Israel and the US.

Taha’s “study” was subsequently removed from the ministry’s website. However, last weekend it resurfaced, this time on the official website of the PA’s news agency Wafa.

Taha, who is also a famous Palestinian poet, said he was surprised to learn that his document had been removed from the ministry’s website.

The journalists’ syndicate, which is controlled by Fatah, rejected US and Israeli protests over the “scientific study.”

The syndicate said that the “extremist right-wing government in Israel allows and supports hostile settler actions, but can’t accept a scientific study written by a Palestinian poet.”

The syndicate added that Israel’s position toward the document “exposed its false claim to be democratic.”

The journalists called on the US and Europe to condemn Israel for restricting Palestinian freedom of expression and “opposing all that’s outside the narrative of occupation and aggression.”

The controversial document concludes that the Western Wall is a Muslim-owned structure and an integral part of the Aksa Mosque.

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Blogger Mark Bernadiner said...

How and when Palestinian issue emerged

In 1975, by its resolution 3376 the General Assembly established the Committee on the Exercise of the Inalienable Rights of the Palestinian people. At that time, Secretary-General of the United Nations was Kurt Waldheim.

So, the question is how this resolution emerged in 1975? The analysis of historic documents revealed two undeniable facts:

Fact 1. In 1920s-30s, Palestinian Muslims committed massacre of Jews in occupied Israel murdering thousands of children and civilians. The murder was organized by the founder and supreme leader of the Arab Higher Committee, Haj Amin al Husseini, the Mufti of Jerusalem, and supported by British Administration of Palestine. The primary objective was elimination of all Jews from Palestine. The massacre was, in reality, the Holocaust committed by Palestinian Arabs.

Haj Amin was a close friend of Hitler. In 1941, Haj Amin came to Berlin and visited Hitler. He brought the Holocaust idea to Hitler. In 1943, Amin organized Bosnian Muslim battalions in Croatia comprising some twenty thousand men. The battalions were put in Waffen-SS units, fought Yugoslav partisans in Bosnia; thousands of Serbs, Roma ('Gypsies') and Jews hunted down by Haj Amin's SS troops were killed by those same troops, or they were sent to the Islamic death camp Jasenovac. After the WWII, the International tribunal declared Haj Amin war criminal; however, he escaped prosecution (thanks to Britain), fled to Egypt and then Palestine where he organized Fatah. After his death in 1974, Arafat, who was Haj Amin lieutenant, became Fatah commander. He organized PLO. Thus, PLO and Fatah were created by people close to Nazi and based on Nazi ideology.

Fact 2. Kurt Waldheim was a Nazi SS officer in WWII, committed numerous crimes in Europe and responsible for death of thousands of European. He is a war criminal.

These two facts clearly show that the Palestinian issue was introduced to commemorate Nazi-Palestinian Muslims unbreakable criminal connection and to recognize PLO-Fatah as Nazi successor. After 1980, every Secretary General, including the current, and entire UN staff uphold Nazi legacy of Kurt Waldheim.

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