Jerusalem is the capital. Palestine, currently under occupation, is located on the East coast of the Mediterranean Sea, West of Jordan and to the south of Lebanon. The territory of Palestine covers around 10,435 square miles.
Interlopers, murderers and thieves planting "security" trees to protect their plunder from the plundered.

Saturday, April 25, 2015

The Real Reason that Netanyahu and Israeli Leader's Claim to Speak for All Jews

 From its' inception, many rabbis warned of the potential dangers of Zionism and openly declared that all Jews loyal to G-d should stay away from it like one would from fire. They made their opinions clear to their congregants and to the general public. Their message was that Zionism is a chauvinistic racist phenomenon which has absolutely naught to do with Judaism.

 They publicly expressed that Zionism would definitely be detrimental to the well being of Jews and Gentiles and that its effects on the Jewish religion would be nothing other than destructive. Further, it would taint the reputation of Jewry as a whole and would cause utter confusion in the Jewish and non-Jewish communities. Judaism is a religion. Judaism is not a race or a nationality. That was and still remains the consensus amongst the rabbis.

Tuesday, April 21, 2015

Haganah (Jews) and Nazis Worked Together to Form Israel

If the Holocaust narrative is false, the ramifications are far reaching. Ethnic Germans have been slandered for decades on the basis of the Holocaust. Terrorism used in the founding of Israel was justified through it. It was even used to justify the slaughter, rape, and murder of millions of ethnic Germans after World War 2.

See Video:   HaganahjewsAndNazisWorkedTogetherToFormIsrael
The traditional view of the 'Holocaust', is that Adolph Hitler had an obsession with wiping out the Jews. But, if that were the case, why did he sign this deal with the Zionist movement to move northern European Jews (Khazars) to Israel? Why did Adolph Hitler fund the training of the Zionist Irgun force? Something is very wrong with the usual assumptions about Hitler and the Jews.

In the 1970's, the stories passed down about the WW-2 German prison camps were welded together into a narrative we now call "the Holocaust" - meaning "the burnt offering." Through telling and re-telling, the Holocaust has grown to a multi-million dollar industry, and has changed to mean something particular to Jewish history. It has been used to found a nation (Israel), and to justify many exceptions to morality.

Investigations of physical evidence and original documentation, however, have cast doubts on the Holocaust narrative that has been formed. For example, areas claimed to be mass graves, have been found with modern investigative technology to contain no human remains.

 Testimonies of accused perpetrators show evidence of outright fabrication, or were obtained through torture. Many of the supposed eyewitnesses have provided stories riddled by inconsistencies, describe physically impossible events, or were even total frauds who were never actually in the camps.

Tuesday, April 7, 2015

Anti-Semitism is a trick? Oh Dear!

Today's meagre population of those so-called 'Jews' both of Israelite and Gentile origin, is astonishingly less than 14 million worldwide. Compare that with a world population of 7 billion and the prophetic statement of Hosea that "the number of the children of Israel shall be as the sand of the sea, which cannot be measured nor numbered".
By Biblicism Institute

Arabs of the Middle East, which include cultural Arabs such as Chaldeans, Akkadians, Assyrians, Aramaics, Phoenicians and Syriacs, are the only living bloodline descendants of Abraham and the only true Semites, not converted Jews (i.e., not converted Ashkenazim, Sephardim, Samaritans, Africans, Europeans, Indians, etc.).

Why non-Semitic Zionist Jews would use the term Semite to describe themselves is intriguing to say the least. However, upon close scrutiny the truth reveals itself.
They must pretend to be the  Chosen Semitic Hebrews of the bible – the real Hebrews are all dead – in order to steal the land of Palestine and treat the Palestinians as Untermensch.
Miko Peled
Miko Peled, son of an Israeli General

When facing criticism and condemnation for their barbaric policies against their Palestinian victims, their tactic is to hurl the accusation of anti-semitism in order to cower their opposition into submission. Furthermore, it doesn’t hurt that said accusation also camouflages their non-Hebraic non-Semitic ancestry by making them appear to be Semites when they’re actually not.
“It’s a trick, we always use it,” admitted Israeli Minister Shulamit Olani.
Are there those who hate Jews?
Of course.
Just like there are those who hate Christians, Buddhists, Muslims, Hindus, etc. There will always be bigots as long as there are humans on this planet.
Racist Israeli Jew
A Racist Israeli Jew

The Jewish Marxist Bolsheviks who took over the Russian government in the 1910s killed 66 million Christians, 200,000 members of the Christian clergy and destroyed 40,000 churches according to famed Christian Russian writer Alexander Solzhenitsyn.
Now that’s hate! And a real Holocaust!

Yet compared to the Jewish Holocaust we don’t get brainwashed with it day in and day out. There’s no school curriculum about it and there are no laws against those who deny its accuracy. No Christian Holocaust Memorial has been built in Washington DC for these victims and Jews are not labeled Christian-Haters.

So why don’t we Christians do like the Jews? Implement a similar Holocaust propaganda campaign and cry wolf every time we get a chance?
There are two reasons why we won’t do so.

1) The only death worth commemorating is the death of our Savior Jesus Christ who defeated death by rising from the dead. Actually by memorializing His death we are really celebrating His resurrection. Therefore there’s no point in solemnizing or even worshiping death since it’s already vanquished.
2) The only way to eradicate bigotry is with love.

Note on the margin: We added a section for all those interested in Judaica. It contains the following:
Read also: Jesus was not a Jew

Monday, March 30, 2015

A Band of Brothers

"Schauen Sie dort, etwas von historischem Wert, müssen wir es nehmen und behaupten, es war uns seit 3000 Jahren." "Look there, something of historical value, we must take it and claim it's been "ours"  for 3000 years."

Dayan outraged many of his countrymen after the Six-Day War, when the biblical lands of the West Bank and Gaza were once again open to Israeli academics and archae- ologists, by commandeering military units to cordon off areas known to be rich in antiquities.  

  Dayan, with the help of the troops, would then remove artifacts — many of them invaluable — for his personal gain. He eventually established an antique garden in the rear of his home in Zahala, an exclusive suburb of Tel Aviv.

  The minister of defense's activities led to occasional critiques in the Israeli press, but no government investigation. Americans who served as diplomats and military attaches in Israel have acknowledged the purchase of antiques from Dayan, who invariably insisted on pay- ment in American dollars.   

A history of robberies
According to the Institute for Palestine Studies — in a study entitled “Looting and Salvaging the Heritage of Palestine” — there are 12,216 archaeological sites in Palestine, thousands of which were destroyed and looted because of the occupation.

Salim Mubayed, a researcher of Palestinian heritage, told Al-Monitor in a meeting in his office: “Gaza is considered a open-air museum for the world’s civilizations. In this city heathens, then Christians and Muslims developed and enriched the city with antiquities. Gaza was called a treasure, but the excavation of its antiquities was not consistent with its historical significance. Its antiquities were not properly excavated, and the biggest part was hidden.”

It is to be noted that the first scientific research in Gaza was conducted in 1931 by British archaeologist Flinders Petrie, who discovered many building foundations and pieces of gold jewelry in the Sheikh Ajleen neighborhood of the city of Gaza.

He explained that under the British Mandate, there was little awareness of the value of antiquities, which were traded. There was only one museum, called the Palestine Archaeological Museum, now the Rockefeller Museum in east Jerusalem. He noted that under Egyptian administration, attention was paid to all aspects of life except for Palestinian antiquities and heritage, which were unknown in Gaza.

Mubayed added that Israel entered and occupied Gaza for few months in 1956, and the first thing that was done was to steal antiquities. After 1967, these robberies became a policy adopted by the occupation. The most prominent antiquities were stolen by Dayan, who took thousands of pieces, including four Pharaonic clay coffins from ​​Deir al-Balah in the Gaza Strip.

He added, “I remember that a picture of these clay coffins was published in Time Magazine, and Dayan was standing among them in the picture. Today, these coffins are in the new Jerusalem Museum, after the museum purchased them from Dayan’s wife.” He explained that Dayan stole thousands of artifacts from Rafah, Deir al-Balah, Sheikh Ajleen and the Sinai desert.

Mobayed explained that from 1967 until late 1993 there was a lack of awareness of the national and historical value of these antiquities, and added that Dayan used to walk in the alleys of Gaza to buy artifacts from citizens.

Mobayed added, "Hebrew universities also carried out excavations at the archaeological sites and moved several Pharaonic, Canaanite and Byzantine items of jewelry and crockery to Israel, pictures of which were published in National Geographic — of which I still keep an issue. This systematic looting is the biggest loss regarding Gaza’s antiquities.”

The head of Alexander the Great
The study, which was published by the Palestinian Studies Foundation in 2008, indicates that there are 184 archaeological sites in Gaza. The majority of these sites have been subject to illegal excavation by citizens trying to make a living.

This occurs in the absence of any national laws to protect antiquities, as well as weak public and official interest in preserving these sites. These sites are also plagued by legal grey areas regarding antiquities in Israel and the West Bank, as well as Israel's construction of military camps, walls, settlements and guard towers.

Despite an increased collective consciousness regarding the importance of antiquities, there are still those who deal in them. The spokesman for the police in the Gaza-led government, Ayman al-Batniji, told Al-Monitor during an interview that in the past few years the police had detained four people who were trying to smuggle antiquities out of the Strip or from Egypt into Gaza with the goal of bringing them into Israel. However, he denied the existence of organized tourist robberies.

He pointed out that the most recently detained smuggler was arrested at the Rafah border crossing between the Gaza Strip and Egypt, and was in possession of a statue of the head of Alexander the Great that was 30 cm in length and made of alabaster. The statue dated back thousands of years and was estimated to be worth millions of dollars.
Batniji said that about a month ago, four antique columns were found by chance when police officers were diving near the northern shores of the Gaza Strip. They were later restored by the Ministry of Antiquities.

The Ministry of Antiquities
The occupation and environmental factors are not the only reasons behind the destruction of these antiquities. Gaza's residents also neglect archaeological sites and convert them into garbage dumps or deface them with cement and new stones.

Hayam al-Bitar, an official in the research department at the Gazan Ministry of Antiquities, told Al-Monitor during a meeting at the ministry's small headquarters attached to the Ministry of Agriculture that the ministry is prevented from interfering in these historic homes because they are private property.

Thus, the ministry must compensate their owners before they take control of these sites to carry out restoration. He clarified that there is coordination between the ministry and the municipality of Gaza to ensure that any citizen who owns an old home cannot be issued a building permit without the ministry's approval. There is, however, a problem with citizens building without a permit.

She explained that the ministry is hoping to preserve these archaeological sites by appointing full-time guards. She notes, however, that re-excavating archaeological sites requires an enormous budget, which is not available due to the lack of international support for the government, following the imposition of an international blockade. She praised a French archaeological school that is the only international party that works with them and sends experts.

Although the first museum in the Gaza Strip was private, it was quickly followed by the establishment of a public museum in the Pasha's palace three years ago. Bitar notes that although this museum is small, it came about as the result of great efforts on the part of ministry staff.

Regarding the budgets set by the two governments in Gaza and the West Bank, most of the money is spent on security, without much concern for preserving Palestinian history or its many archaeological sites. On the other hand, Israel is creating its own history, on stolen treasures.