The BIRTH OF INTERNATIONAL TERRORISM
Oust the B’rith-ish, Enter the US of Israel,
Good-bye Roosevelt & Declare the ‘State’
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Ramallah, originally a village founded by Ghassanid Christians in the 1500’s, is today a Palestinian city in the central West Bank, 10 km north of Jerusalem. It serves as the defacto administrative capital of the Palestinian National Authority (PNA). Ramallah was historically a Christian town, but today Muslims form the majority of the population, with Christians still making up a significant minority.
The city grew dramatically in the 17th and 18th centuries as an agricultural village, attracting more (predominately Christian) residents from around Palestine. In 1700, Yacoub Elias was the first Ramallah native to be ordained by the Greek Orthodox Church of Jerusalem. In the early 19th century, the first Greek Melkite Orthodox Christian
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Dark are our times of late. Dark have our thoughts become. Many fall to the psychological war that is being waged against us. Can one entirely blame them? Every single day you wake up to find out more and more disaster around you – another rape, another murder, another White person killed in a brutal and disgusting way. Waking up seems like the real nightmare, yet you are expected to keep on pushing and going; you are expected to get to work and to put on a fake smile in this toxic environment. If you are doomed enough, you’ll be working for a Jew or a non-White that just can’t wait to finally get the Green light in order openly attack and strangle you without facing any charges.
You look around yourself and see people engaged in a never-ending cycle of repetition. They run from one place to the…
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Anti-Semitism is taking on potentially “pandemic” dimensions globally, even in the US, and if left unchecked could grow into an immensely serious threat, one of American Jewry’s most senior leaders said this week, calling on world leaders to convene a global summit to forcefully denounce the phenomenon.
“I think we’re seeing a pandemic in formation,” said Malcolm Hoenlein, who heads the Conference of Presidents of Major American Jewish Organizations. “I don’t think it’s here. I think America’s situation is different from Europe. But the potential is there.”
In a far-reaching interview, Hoenlein, who is currently in Israel, also spoke about widespread concerns over the Israeli government’s total alignment with US President Donald Trump, which some fear could turn Israel into a partisan issue in the United States. He called on Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to invite to Israel the newly elected head of the Democratic party, Tom Perez, in a…
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MILWAUKEE (JTA) — I was privileged recently to participate as the sole Jewish voice at a news conference with Latino leaders, community activists and faith groups at which we spoke loudly and clearly in support of compassionate immigration policies.
I told the people gathered about a piece of Jewish history I had only recently discovered — one that illustrated a strong parallel between our peoples and sharpened the moral imperative for a Jewish voice on behalf of immigrants.
In 1921 and 1924, Congress passed laws strictly limiting immigration according to nation-based quotas. The controversial laws dramatically reduced the number of Europeans allowed to enter this country and made permanent an already existing, near-total ban on Asian immigrants.
These people, it was understood, presented political, racial and cultural threats to the United States.
Three of my four grandparents had arrived several years previously, entering this country before the gates…
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