The Palestinian Victim Card is Not Only Old, It Is Islamophobic

Historical evidence and Qur’anic teachings show that the land of Israel is promised to the Jewish people. As such, any support for the recent Palestinian claims to any part of the disputed geographical area – including Jerusalem – is Islamophobic.

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Where Is This Anthropological Miracle of the so called Palestinians?

LoadingUpdated – as a result of overwhelming requests and a mess up on the original I have been asked to repost! In my previous posts, I have exposed various myths regarding the anthropological miracle of the so called Palestinians. It is abundantly apparent that – a)not one historical Palestinian or Fellastinian individual of fame nor profile could be identified for the period 3000 BC till 1964, nor b) were there any records during this period

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Revisionist History and Antisemitism

LoadingIllustration: The foundation of Tel Aviv 1909 (GPO) Revisionist history combined with decades of supporting propaganda from professionally biased sources have managed to persuade a global population of the actual existence of what is nothing other than a mythical civilisation – the indigenous Palestinian. Those currently calling themselves Palestinians profess to be the indigenous people of Palestine, but very simple research proves they are are an anthropological fiction. If such a race, people, civilisation or

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Exposing The Palestinian Myth

LoadingThe Palestinian Myth Has Plenty of Evidence from Authors, Writers, History – Even the Qur’an Yet, the U.N. and hate groups are adamant in remaining anti-Israel while taking stance for a myth that does not appear anywhere until a lie was embraced and promoted. When anyone has all that knowledge available to them and they unwisely refuse to verify any of it, then the only success they have is found in making themselves look like

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Why Is There No Greater Myth Than That of Being Palestinian? Part 2 of 3

LoadingYou can’t ignore history; you can’t escape it even if you want to. You might as well know where you come from, and you might as well know that everything has been done in some shape or form. Frank Gehry’s quote reminds us that most fail to learn their own true history, opting instead to listen to voices that tell them what to think. Which is unfortunate, as the pain they avoid early on will

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