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THE BEGINNING

 

There are a lot of websites about the Palestinians and the Israelis. Most of them are driven by politics, politicization and even religionization. which threatens the visitor's attention away from that what should be all about: how did they all got into a situation that never seems to end.

It is at least obvious that most of them avoid to begin were you should begin. Indeed, the beginning and that is not whatever temple nor the Al Aqsa mosque.

History is often explained as "umbrella term". That is confusing because it is the presentation of a totality as a whole, so encompassing everything that belongs to that totality. 

If you want everything that belongs to the totality in an arrangement, laying out the exact order in which everything became to exist, you need to speak in terms of chronology, whereby politics, politicization and even religionization are irrelevant.

"Everything" means here any link belonging to an endless chain. And, every link belongs to one other, is part of one other and is associated to one other even when a link is related to a link ahead of it or way back from it. Because, that particular link can't exist if it is not 'sprouted' from a previous link who also needs to 'sprout' from another link. 

Each link presents or represents an event, a happening, an occurrence. In first instance, they look different from each other as they may be about different issues in different situations like one is about religion while the next one is about war.

But, how do they in first become to look different?

There's an religious answer in sense of a story that the Flemish Golden Age painter Pieter Breughel the elder visualized in two versions. One version is to see in Rotterdam, Netherlands. The other version is in Vienna, Austria.

The story? Here's our reflection:

Once , there was one world, one people to whom God have given one language, one thinking, so the unity of One .

But, the people have asked God for more. God asked the people what they would like to have more. The people wanted knowledge. God gave the ability and the skills to learn.

Then, people asked for their own kingdom. God gave them a kingdom. Still, the people were not satisfied as they wanted more than the kingdom they've had. They wanted the same place were God is. So, they started to build. 

When God saw, he warned the people. The people didn't listen and continue to build. God warned the people again. Still, the people refused to listen. When the people nearly reached God's place, they were punished as God took everything they have away.

The world, once one, is shattered into pieces and so the unity of one people now spread over all these shattered pieces.


 

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ALL FROM THE SAME ROOTS



However, Israelites were nomadic people with tribal beliefs as Judaism didn't exist that time. They were driven out from the Amalekite tribe's territory, now Negev desert.

After driven into the north, the Israelites ended up in King David's territory, now the most northern part that borders with Lebanon. But, the king didn't want them either. So, the Israelites were driven out again but from David's kingdom into the direction of the hills of Jerusalem were the driven Israelites themselves also drove a tribe but from one of the hills. That hill would feature in two 19th century ideologies. But only those of Theodor Herzl is written about the most. That is misleading.

But, who started to live on these hills of Jerusalem before whoever was driven out?

Scholars believe the first human settlements took place during the Early Bronze Age—somewhere around 3500 B.C. That is at least a strong indication that Jerusalem became Jewish much and much later.

In the Canaanite period (14th century BCE), Jerusalem was named as Urusalim on ancient Egyptian tablets, probably meaning "City of Shalem" after a Canaanite deity. A strong indication that Jerusalem still wasn't Jewish.

That brings us to the key question: is Judaism an offshoot from another belief? Yes. because it arose from the Canaanite multi-gods belief. Moreover, the early period of the Hebrew religion -it wasn't named Judaism- had still all the elements of the Canaanite multi-godization.

Then we have Christianity which is rooted in Second Temple Judaism thus an offshoot from the Jewish.

And so it looks that one after the other is rooted from one other. 

What do we miss here?

Centuries long lack of awareness that it is about a chain, linking one belief to another belief all the way, yes, even to Islam!

But, one does not belong here: erasure of the other .... by force, by falsehood, by politicization and most of all by religionization.


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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ABOUT THE FIRST (BIBLE) PEOPLE

 

 

 

In our country the Netherlands, there's a body naming itself "Center for Information and Documentation Israel". It calls itself 'Jewish'.  But, were does "Jewish" actually come from?

Every 'truth' has a beginning. But not everybody starts from there.

The problem is that even the Israelis do not know were the Israelites really came from. Becoming Jewish and being always Jewish are two different stories. And so is the issue about the modern-day Israelis. All of them became Israelis ... in 1948. So, were does this all come from?

Like it is said, even here the 'truth' has a begin not everybody starts with.

Tribes during Canaan Age
Tribes during Canaan Age

The history of Palestine is the study of the past in the region of Palestine, defined as the territory. The name "Palestine" originally comes from “Philistia,” which refers to the Philistines, and first appeared in the 12th century BC when the ancient Greek historian Herodotus wrote of a "district of Syria with that name.

Philistines are believed to be people of Aegean origin who settled on the southern coast of Palestine. They were at least there when the Israelites arrived (see map above). The Philistines are not indigenous to Canaan. However, there's not much clearness about their roots.

In the Book of Genesis, the Philistines are said to descend from the Casluhites, an Egyptian people. Modern-day scientists appear to have differences in view: from 'Arab descend', Egyptian, and recently even claimed as 'from Greece'. It gives at least the idea that today's Palestinians may not related to the Philistine people, noted that these ancient people have disappeared.

But, the Israelites are also not indigenous people. How did this happen?

Again this question: who started to live on these hills of Jerusalem?

As already said, scholars believe the first human settlements took place during the Early Bronze Age—somewhere around 3500 B.C. That is at least a strong indication that Jerusalem became Jewish much and much later.

According to (Jewish) scholars, in the Canaanite period (14th century BCE), Jerusalem was named by Egyptians "Urusalim", probably meaning "City of Shalem", after a Canaanite deity. A strong indication that Jerusalem still wasn't Jewish.

history - Amelekite tribe (map)
Amelekite tribe

Then, Israelites were nomadic people who practiced tribal multi-godization and who arrived in the Amalekite's tribal habitat in what is now the Negev desert, and after the Philistines settled along the southern coast of Canaan, now Palestine. But the Amalekites drove the Israelites into north. This small detail is not told by Jews nor by Christians but those close aligned to Jews.

The historical scientific explanation doesn't align with the this:

There were two groups of people who entered Canaan. The first group are written as those freed from slavery and were led by Moses (in Islam, Musa). The other group are written as those who migrated and were led by Abraham (in Islam: Ibrahim). 

Now from a religious point of view this question: Who did already live in the area, noting that the two groups had to arrive, one from ancient Egypt and the other group from  Ur in Mesopotamia.

That brings us to the phrase "promised land", which is also adjective as it is written as a referral to Abraham (Ibrahim) who is described as a prophet. But, it is also a referral to Moses (Musa).

 

There, on Mount Horeb, God appeared to Moses as a burning bush, revealed to Moses his name YHWH (probably pronounced Yahweh) and commanded him to return to Egypt and bring his chosen people out of bondage and into the Promised Land.

 

The Tenakh repeatedly refers to God's offer to promise Abraham and his wife Sarah many descendants, who would make you into nations and who would be kings with whom God would keep an eternal covenant (Genesis 17:6–7) throughout future generations. 

 

So, God made a promise two times and to two different people?

But, notice what is to read in the referral to Abraham as "nations' and 'kings' are plural, which reads as references to today's 'countries' and 'leaders' and that is exactly how the world still is today.

Stories like those of Moses and Abraham are written in a particular age were the world was different, were the people were different, and were the way of thinking was different. So, the way things in the Old Testimony has been written had to be read the way it was meant to be read .... as from that time. The more people get evolved, the more their way of thinking modernizes, the greater their distance from an originality or roots. For instance:

 

Now the whole world had one language and a common speech. As people moved eastward,[a] they found a plain in Shinar and settled there.

They said to each other, “Come, let’s make bricks and bake them thoroughly.” They used brick instead of stone, and tar for mortar. Then they said, “Come, let us build ourselves a city, with a tower that reaches to the heavens, so that we may make a name for ourselves; otherwise we will be scattered over the face of the whole earth.”

But the Lord came down to see the city and the tower the people were building. The Lord said, “If as one people speaking the same language they have begun to do this, then nothing they plan to do will be impossible for them. Come, let us go down and confuse their language so they will not understand each other.”

So the Lord scattered them from there over all the earth, and they stopped building the city. That is why it was called Babel —because there the Lord confused the language of the whole world. From there the Lord scattered them over the face of the whole earth.


The story of the Tower Of Babel you just have read is NOT its original but  -what is called the New International Version or NIV.

The initial story may be something we would like to reflect this way:

evolution of the planet
evolution of the planet

Once , there was one world, one people to whom God have given one language, one thinking, so the unity of One .

But, the people have asked God for more. God asked the people what they would like to have more. The people wanted knowledge. God gave the ability and the skills to learn. Then, people asked for their own kingdom. God gave them a kingdom.

Still, the people were not satisfied as they wanted more than the kingdom they've had. They wanted the same place were God is. So, they started to build. 

When God saw, he warned the people. The people didn't listen and continue to build. God warned the people again. Still, the people refused to listen.

When the people reached God's place, they were punished as God took everything they have away. The world, once one, is shattered into pieces and so the unity of one people now spread over all these shattered pieces.

If we materialize both NIV version and our own reflection, "shattered pieces" refers to the state our planet was at the beginning of the prehistoric ages:

One continental shelve broke in pieces (in modern times known as tectonic plates), which floated away from one other to become the continents we still know today.

The phrase "who would make you into nations" from the referral about Abraham refers to the first inhabitants on these 'pieces' 

So, we see a link between the 'Tower of Babel' and the story of Abraham because of this question: were the stories written to mean something other than religion? The answer? You have to think outside the modern-day box to realize that is a way of documenting that part of history.

 

'GOD'S CHOSEN PEOPLE' & 'PROMISED LAND'

 

Codex Sinaiticus
Codex Sinaiticus

Throughout history, various groups of people have considered themselves to be the chosen people. The phenomenon of a "god's chosen people" is centuries old.

There is no conclusive information that tells us how exactly people thought at the time when they started to record events we can read in religious books, whether it is the bible or the Koran. We only know what was written but only after and from interpretation, reinterpretation to modernization of reinterpretation. The basis of all this is what it is known from times centuries after Christ and Mohammed.

One of the four earliest known recording appears to be the Codex Sinaiticus,  an Alexandrian text-type manuscript written in uncial letters on parchment and dated paleographically to the mid-4th century after CE*.

Other codex are the Aleppo Codex (c. 920 CE*) and the Leningrad Codex (c. 1008 CE*). The authors could only have written if there were sources.

These sources are inscriptions on (clay) tablets as they were the medium before parchment became in use. It is even not known who the authors (name of the engravers) of the inscriptions on tablets where.

Another example are the Dead Sea scrolls which in 1947 were found in a cave, not caves near  Khirbet Qumran in the West Bank.

The Israelis only mention that the scrolls are in Hebrew while there are also scrolls found written in Aramaic and in Greek, which partially answers the question who wrote them, namely authors from three different groups of people.

Like the found remaining pieces of tablets, it is about pieces or fragments from ancient documents. So, each found ancient documents misses parts of handwritings, which makes it impossible to learn the exact meaning of the content on each document even when you use the most advanced technology like artificial intelligence.

The first people who started to record did the same as what we do in modern times, namely quoting and referring to who- or whatever a record might have been come from, like this example which we have used before:

 

The Tenakh repeatedly refers to God's offer to promise Abraham and his wife Sarah many descendants, who would make you into nations and who would be kings with whom God would keep an eternal covenant (Genesis 17:6–7) throughout future generations.

 

 

evolution of the planet
evolution of the planet

Genesis is not a person as it means "In the beginning" and is the title of, what is called a book. That book does not have the age of the biblical events as it is written when "In the beginning" already had taken place. Nobody knows to what time "In the Beginning" really refers to unless we put it in the context of the evolution of our planet (see image on the right).

We also would like to remind the reader that "nations and who would be kings" are plural, which suggest that 'nations' is symbolic for world, because you don't read 'land' in the referral to Abraham.

So, if Genesis is only the name of a title, then who wrote it, when was written and on what was it originally written?

The Israeli claim that says they're the "god's chosen people" appears to be hollow as there is no ancient handwritten document that support their claim. 
 

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Used sources:

Smithsonian Institute, Washington DC; Catholic University of Leuven, Belgium; Britannica; Department of Ancient Near Eastern Art of The Metropolitan Museum of Art New York; Religion Wikia; Biblia by Faithlife; Jewish Virtual Library;

*) Before Common Era (BCE) and Common Era (CE) are abbreviations used by the Jewish for the reason, what they claim,  "to avoid religious partiality". But, the Jewish religion is partial. First, because of their own god. YHWH, which is not the god of the Israelites (Britannica) as they had a tribal belief of multigodization,  Second, their belief stops there were the New Testimony begins.


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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THE CLAIM OF JERUSALEM

 

 

Speaking about tablets. This map in the French language shows you the situation during the Egyptian Amarna period.

history - Amarna letters - artefact
history - Amarna letters - artefact

The Amarna Letters are a group of around 400 clay tablets inscribed in cuneiform (“wedge-shaped”) Akkadian writing that date to the fourteenth century B.C. and were found at the site of Tell el-Amarna, the short-lived capital of ancient Egypt during the reign of Amenhotep IV / Akhenaten (ca. 1353–1336 B.C.). Most of these letters come from vassal cities in Syria-Palestine, including Byblos, Tyre, Gezer, Hebron, Shechem (Nablus), Ashkelon, Megiddo, and Jerusalem.

The letters from Jerusalem (written as “Urusalim” in the Amarna texts) are from a Canaanite ruler named Abdi-Heba.

In multiple letters Abdi-Heba states that he “falls at the feet of my lord the king, seven times and seven times,” a stock phrase and common ancient Near Eastern motif that conveys his faithfulness to his Egyptian suzerain. He also makes clear that it was not his “father or mother who put me in this place” (on the throne), but rather the “strong arm of the king.”  This is a clear indication that he wasn't the heir to the throne as it was given by the Egyptian king himself.

But, Abdi-Heba is a theophoric name invoking a Hurrian goddess named Hebat,  implying that the Jebusites were Hurrians themselves, were heavily influenced by Hurrian culture, or were dominated by a Hurrian maryannu class.

The letters come a few centuries before King David would ostensibly vanquish the Jebusite tribe of Jerusalem and make it his own capital. So, to our understanding, Abdi-Heba appears to be from Hurrian descend. He led, however, the Jebusite tribe, whom roots is unclear.

history - Amorite kingdom (map)
history - Amorite kingdom (map)

According to Edward Lipinski, professor of Oriental and Slavonic studies at the Catholic University of Leuven, the Jebusites were most likely from the Amorite tribe (see map) who are ancient Semitic-speaking people who dominated the history of Mesopotamia, Syria, and Palestine from about 2000 to about 1600 BC. Lipinski identified the Jebusites with the group referred to as Yabusi'um in a cuneiform letter found in the archive of Mari, Syria.

However, most Biblical scholars hold the opinion that the Jebusites were identical to the Hittite tribe, originally Indo-European who entered the area better known as Anatolia, in Turkey and from there into Upper Mesopotamua..

This indicates that the Jebusite tribe are also not the indigenous people of Jerusalem nor of Canaan just like the Israelites. They are at least the pre-Israelite inhabitants of Jerusalem, and named after Jebus the strongest fortress in Canaan.

It is very clear that Jerusalem became Jewish by means of King David. So, it is completely false to claim that Jerusalem is Jewish. The fact is that Jerusalem became Jewish and after King David's desire was bloodily fulfilled. That is a much different story.

During the Medieval Ages, Christianity, an offshoot of Judaism, returned back to Palestine and reached Jerusalem in a similar way: also by wars but by Crusaders to drive out the Muslim rulers. But, the city returned under Muslim ruling centuries later: by the Ottomans.

If we would continue to speak in a religious way, we then would reflect: God didn't make Jerusalem Jewish. Warriors did. And, if we translate to 1947 and later: God didn't make Jerusalem Jewish. European migrants did; or tranlslate to the year 2018, God didn't make Jerusalem Jews. Jarred Kushner, Trump and Netanyahu did.

It is important to mention that the name 'Israel' and its adjectives 'Israelis' and 'Israeli'' are misleading as it prompts anyone to associate 'Israelites' with the name and its adjectives. Israelites are a tribal people. 'Israelis' is adjective given in 1948 to foreign people who became assimilating migrants in Palestine a year earlier after having left their own countries.

 

THE TEMPLE CLAIM

Let us begin with some referals:

1 Chronicles 17:1 issues the covenant King David had with God and reads:

 

English Standard Version

Now when David lived in his house, David said to Nathan the prophet, “Behold, I dwell in a house of cedar, but the ark of the covenant of the Lord is under a tent.”

New International Version

After David was settled in his palace, he said to Nathan the prophet, “Here I am, living in a house of cedar, while the ark of the covenant of the Lord is under a tent.””

1 Chronicles 17:2 also concerns the covenant King David had with God and reads:

 

English Standard Version

And Nathan said to David, “Do all that is in your heart, for God is with you.”

New International Version

Nathan replied to David, “Whatever you have in mind, do it, for God is with you.

But, God said to Nathan, the prophet “Go and tell my servant (King) David, that he's not the one to build me a house to dwell in.”.

The words "to build me a house to dwell in” refers to a temple King David wanted to build. David was not allowed to build because of the bloodshed he created during his siege to take Jerusalem from the Jebusites. His son, King Solomon was allowed to build. His temple was record as completed in 957 BCE*.

Also, the biblical story continues to tell that King David only collected the material needed to build. That means he didn't build the temple.  So, were does the pictured claim come from?

Comment on 1 Chronicles 17:2: the use of the word "replied" keeps the reader in the darkness as the used word forces to ask how did he replied: by saying or by writing?

 

RECAP

It is widely accepted that the Jebusites were the first who inhabited the hills of what is later named Jerusalem. The record about the existence of a fortress carrying the name Jebus; described as the strongest in Canaan; to whom the tribe owes its name, supports the acceptance.

It is also known that the Jebusite belief was one of multi-godization. That was before Judaism became an offshoot of the Jebusite's belief.

It is even known that the early period of the Judaism was named 'Hebrew religion' because it still practiced multi-godization. At that time, there was no 1st temple, no 2nd temple, not to speak about a 3rd temple.

Then, we also know that there is disagreement in view about the roots of the Jebusites: from the Amorite tribe from Northern Syria, then a part of Mesopotamia' to identical to the Hittite tribe in today's Turkey. It means at least that the Jebusites were not indigenous to Canaan.

The Israelites were a nomadic tribe who entered the Amelekite habitat in what is now the Negev desert. The Israelites were driven from the habitat and into northern regions. They were also not indigenous to Canaan.

The first temple was planned to build after King David started a bloody onslaught to drive the Jebusites from the Jerusalem hills, destroyed the city that was build by the tribe, then build his own one upon the ruins and then came to the idea to build, not a temple but a temple of his own. However, in the Bible is to read that David wasn't allowed by God to build a temple because of his bloody onslaught. So, he didn't build the temple himself. His son King Solomon was allowed to build a temple. A third temple was never build.

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Used sources:

Smithsonian Institute, Washington DC; Catholic University of Leuven, Belgium; Britannica; Department of Ancient Near Eastern Art of The Metropolitan Museum of Art New York; Religion Wikia; Biblia by Faithlife; Jewish Virtual Library;

*) Before Common Era (BCE) and Common Era (CE) are abbreviations used by the Jewish for the reason, what they claim,  "to avoid religious partiality". But, the Jewish religion is partial. First, because of their own god. YHWH, which is not the god of the Israelites (Britannica) as they had a tribal belief of multigodization,  Second, their belief stops there were the New Testimony begins.


 

Important:

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ISLAM: ROOTS & BIRTH

 

 

There's a story about the birth of Islam that goes like this:

The Prophet Mohammed had an uncle who was a trader. His uncle traveled often to the region what is now Palestine. As a young boy, Mohammed often joined hm. In the region, that might issue the era when it was under Roman control, Mohammed saw a lot of things he didn't understand. Well, his uncle does. 

On one of his uncle's trip, Mohammed saw women who were fully covered. He wanted to know why the women where dressed that way. The story about this issue but explained in the Koran, known as from Mohammed's  uncle, comes actually from a story that is known in the Old Testimony:

A story about an orgy appears to include a detail about women who where scarcely dress and drunk. When God saw, He told Moses  -in Islam he's named Musa-  that the women should cover themselves.

The (conservative) Jewish interpretation is that women shouldn't wear men's clothes, and that men shouldn't wear women's clothes. The (conservative) Muslim interpretation is that women should cover their head (Iran) or even from top to toe (Saudi Arabia). These are misinterpretations as God only said to Musa (Moses) that women should cover themselves. He didn't told Musa that women should wear a burka, a hijab or a headscarf.

Mohammed also saw groups of people visiting buildings he had noticed. He wanted to know from his uncle what these buildings are and what the people he saw were doing there. They are temples to pray, his uncle explained. The mosque (and also churches) has its roots here. And so did Mohammed collected his experiences he later wrote in manuscript. 

When Mohammed returned to Mecca, he began to share his experiences. But somehow his speeches turned into prophecy. The religion of Islam was born.

And, there were religions born, there's also disagreements, differences in view, bringing opponents to the idea to begin their own enunciations, which often didn't went peacefully. Because, Mohammed fought four wars and lost the last one.

However, an important detail has never been cleared:

There's a story about a caliph who killed Prophet Mohammed. To our understanding it must be an caliph who ruled the region what is now Iraq and Iran as Mohammed's last war was fought there.

The caliph became aware that Mohammed's knowledge would disappear if no one preserves it. So he send couriers and soldiers out into his newly seized land to record witness experiences from those who were in whatever way with Mohammed.

The caliph also became aware that there were 4 pages from Mohammed's manuscript left. They were in the possession of one of Mohammed's wives. The caliph send a representative to the woman to ask if she would lend the remaining pages with the promise that they will be returned. 

Then, the caliph called his scientists to ask them to write a manuscript based on these four pages but must contain the caliph's views. These views also includes the way he wants to rule and to punish. They should burn these 4 pages when they have completed their writing. That manuscript is the real first Koran.

This ancient legend indicates that the roots of the birth, so not the birth of Islam, appears to be the region what is today's Palestine but Mecca remains the place were Mohammed's lectures turned into prophecy, to many seen as the birth of Islam. 

But, on Britannica you will find this: "Muhammad is the founder of Islam and the proclaimer of the Qurʾān, Islam's sacred scripture. He spent his entire life in what is now the country of Saudi Arabia, from his birth about 570 CE in Mecca to his death in 632 in Medina."

Nevertheless, the belief of the Muslims can be considered as Semitic because of the roots of  Islam's birth.

 


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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JUST ANOTHER CONTINUATION

 

 

 

Let us begin with this quote

"Jews had originated in Palestine (ancient Canaan) but had begun to migrate outwards in ancient times, both because of expulsions and for economic reasons under the Babylonians, Greeks, and Romans. Under Roman rule, after the destruction of the Second Jerusalem Temple in 70 AD, they migrated farther, across North Africa and, particularly important for us, to Germany and France. In the late Middle Ages, in the wake of persecution and expulsions, many Ashkenazi Jews moved east from Germany to the lands of Poland and Russia."

source

 

We reject the content in the quotation. As people, Jews are not originated from the Israelite tribe.

"Jews" is the name the people carry to present themselves as belonging to a belief.  This belief is an offshoot from the belief the Israelites have. That is tribal multi-godization. As we wrote before, the early stage of the Hebrew belief had still all the elements of that tribal belief. 

In other words: 'Jews' is not a race. So is 'Jewish' as that is a reference in terms of relating to, associated with, or denoting.

We also know that the Israelites were not the indigenous people of Canaan just like the Philistines. The Israelites arrived in Canaan when the Philistines were already there.

But, there's a similar development more into the direction of the Modern Ages as we notice that the Israelis are also not indigenous people.

Israelis can only claim being indigenous if their entire ancestry directly leads to the very first Jews. That is not the case. Nor does their ancestries directly lead to the Jews who fled the Roman controlled Palestine.

As people, the Israelis descend from European Jewish migrants who have resorted themselves in the politicization of religionized ideas, abandoning themselves from pure religion. How did this happen?

In the 16th and 17th centuries a number of “messiahs” came forward trying to persuade Jews to “return” to Palestine.

The Haskala (“Jewish Enlightenment”) movement of the late 18th century urged Jews to assimilate into Western secular society.

Today's equivalent to assimilate in the Western secular society (see table) is by penetration into vital resources the public opinion rely on, such as politicsnewssocial mediaeducation. An example is this:

In August 2010, we have find out that entries in the online encyclopedia Wikipedia on the Jewish issue were constantly altered by by the Zionist group "Committee for Accuracy in Middle East Reporting in America" (CAMERA). So, we do no longer rely on Wikipedia.

In the early 19th century interest in a return of the Jews to Palestine was kept alive mostly by Christian millenarians, not by the Hungarian born Theodor Herzl.

In 1905, there was a wave of pogroms and repressions in Russia after the failure of the revolution. Thousands of Russian Jewish youth were incited by the Ḥovevei Ẕiyyon (“Lovers of Zion”), led by Austrians and Germans, to migrate to Palestine. It was the first assimilation campaign in the 20th century from outside Palestine.

These historical events not only prove that the roots of the ancestors of the ancestors of the Israelis, is in Eastern Europe. Israelis from 1947 to present are no other then those who also have their roots in Europe and therefre not to be considered as "indigenous people".

 

Examples of assimilation by religionized political penetration in the American secular society
AIPAC The "American Israel Public Affairs Committee" is a Zionism-aligned lobbying group that propagates politics meant to push Israeli politics into the Congress and into the Executive Branch of the United States. 
AZM American Zionist Movement is found in 1993. It propagates and "defend" Zionism in the United States. The entity is affiliated with the World Zionist Organization (WZO).
CAMERA "Committee for Accuracy in Middle East Reporting in America", a Zionist group that operates on Wikipedia to mystify entries on the Jewish issue. The use of "Middle East" is to mislead. It is not operating in the field of (news) reporting.
Hadassah Women's Zionist Organization of America. Founded in 1912 by Henrietta Szold.
WZO World Zionist Organization is described (by Zionists) as a 'non-government organization' while the founder, Theodor Herzl in 1897, never proclaimed the organization as such nor did he never used that term. It is an religionized political entity that propagates its course. WZO is also the root of religionized political globalization in modern history. Muslim equivalents are Jihadism, Islamism and Salafism.
ZOA The Zionist Organization of America presents itself as an American non-profit pro-Israel organization. It claims that it is founded in 1897 as the Federation of American Zionists. But, there was no Zionism in the US that year. Richard Gottheil attended the Zionist Congress in Europe in 1898. The organization could only have been found after he returned to the US.

 


 

Important:

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SAME SORT OF SPACE

 

Let us repeat this question: what is history?

The abstract meaning is scientific study of the past. In a more broader sense, it is an umbrella term that relates to past events as well as the memory, discovery, collection, organization, presentation, and interpretation of information about these events.

However, "umbrella term" is confusing because it is the presentation of a totality as a whole, so encompassing everything that belongs to that totality. But, if you want everything that belongs to the totality in an arrangement, laying out the exact order in which everything became to exist, you need to speak in terms of chronology, whereby politics, politicization and even religionization are irrelevant.

"Everything" means here any link belonging to an endless chain. And, every link belongs to one other, is part of one other and is associated to one other even when a link is related to a link ahead of it or way back from it. Because, that particular link can't exist if it is not 'sprouted' from a previous link who also needs to 'sprout' from another link. That's what a chronology is. Only an untouched chronology of events presents the truth, not the politicization and religionization by snippet practices.

Each link presents or represents an event, a happening, an occurrence. In first instance, they look different from each other as they may be about different issues in different situations like one is about religion while the next one is about war. But, are they really that different?

For instance, "lebensraum" is the naming for a territory which a group, state, or nation believes it is needed for its survival. The term is best known in the context of Nazism were it was based upon Johan Rudolf Kjellén's geopolitical interpretation of Friedrich Ratzel's human-geography term.

The Nazis established "lebensraum" as the racist rationale of their foreign policy by which they began the Second World War. They needed Eastern Europe to fulfill that idea, which was introduced on September 1, 1939.

This absurd idea isn't new as a similar development occurred seven decades earlier but in the context of 'religionization' of politicized ideas.

The resurfacing of Zionism in 1897 was also about establishing of such territory as Theodor Herzl proclaimed that Jews have the right to have their own land. At that time, Palestine was part of the Ottoman empire. So, on May 15, 1901 Herzl went to sultan Abdul Hamid to ask for autonomy of Palestine. The sultan denied. Herzl then went to the British who had a powerful influence in that region. But they offered Herzl Uganda. Herzl rejected that offer.

On August 25,1933 German Zionists reached and signed an agreement the Nazis. It is known as the Haavara Agreement. The agreement was finalized after three months of talks by the Zionist Federation of Germany, the Anglo-Palestine Bank (under the directive of the Jewish Agency) and the economic authorities of Nazi Germany. It was a major factor in making possible the migration of approximately 60,000 German Jews to Palestine in 1933–1939.

It is clear that the Zionists were already looking before the Nazis came to that idea ..... 'lebensraum'.


 

Important:

this page is not about history but about a view on a history.

 

NO HISTORICAL CONTINUITY

PART 1. GENETIC ROOTS

 

 

CAMERA is a US-based Zionist group that portrays itself as "reporting" and "analyzing" the Middle East. But, its website is full of attacks, mystifications, and isn't about the Middle East but about the Israelis and against anything that relates to the Palestinians. The organization is also active on Wikipedia were it in 2010 began to incite supporters of the Israelis by providing hasbara knowledge needed to alter entries to disseminate which makes Wikipedia no longer neutral on this issue. For example:

"Claims emanating from certain circles within Palestinian society and their supporters, proposing that Palestinians have direct ancestral connections to the ancient Canaanites, without an intermediate Israelite link, has been an issue of contention within the context of the Israeli–Palestinian conflict."

But, what does history show?

A number of pre-British Mandatory (of Palestine) Zionists, from Ahad Ha'am and Ber Borochov to David Ben-Gurion and Yitzhak Ben Zvi thought of the Palestinian peasant population as descended from the ancient biblical Hebrews, but this belief was disowned when its ideological implications became problematic. Ahad Ha'am believed that,

"the Moslems [of Palestine] are the ancient residents of the land ... who became Christians on the rise of Christianity and became Moslems on the arrival of Islam."

Israel Belkind, the founder of the Bilu movement also have said that the Palestinian Arabs were the blood brothers of the Jews. Ber Borochov, one of the key ideological architects of Marxist Zionism, claimed as early as 1905 that.

These statements have one thing in common: they are related to the question: who is indigenous?

However, there are several definitions about 'indigenous', one of which we prefer to follow: the definition that refers to the notion of a place-based human ethnic culture that has not migrated from its homeland, and is not a settler or colonial population.

During the Roman Empire, Jews had chosen to decide to flee Palestine, which means that they also had chosen to give up their sovereignty by leaving, no matter the reason, to resettle elsewhere. So, if they resettle elsewhere, their historical continuity also resets, and those after them, their historical continuity had yet to start running.

We didn't mention the possibility to define the roots of an ethnic group by using (medical) scientific methods such as generic profiling.

But, to be able to do such profile, you need samples of the very first people to match them with samples of today's people, not the samples of people from a cherry picked (Canaan) era or samples from a cherry picked (Jewish) group of people like the diagram below is showing. It looks very identical to similar diagrams but about the distribution of the first humans, starting from the region of what is now Uganda and Kenya into north, crossing the discussed region into what is now Turkey, and from there into and across Europe and to Asia.

Is the unknown source trying to tell that the roots of the Jewish is anywhere in the sub-Saharan region, Ethiopia for example?

In recent years, many genetic studies have demonstrated that, at least paternally, most of the various Jewish ethnic divisions and the Palestinians – and other Levantines – are genetically closer to each other than the Jews to their host countries. Many Palestinians themselves referred to their Jewish neighbours as their awlâd 'ammnâ or paternal cousins.

According to a 2010 study by Behar et al. titled "The genome-wide structure of the Jewish people", Palestinians tested clustered genetically close to Bedouins, Jordanians and Saudi Arabians which was described as "consistent with a common origin in the Arabian Peninsula". In the same year a study by Atzmon and Harry Ostrer concluded that the Palestinians were, together with Bedouins, Druze and southern European groups, the closest genetic neighbors to most Jewish populations.

One DNA study by Nebel found substantial genetic overlap among Palestinian Arabs and Ashkenazi* and Sephardic* Jews. A small but statistically significant difference was found in the Y-chromosomal haplogroup distributions of Sephardic Jews and Palestinians, but no significant differences were found between Ashkenazi Jews and Palestinians nor between the two Jewish communities. However, a highly distinct cluster was found in Palestinian haplotypes. 32% of the 143 Arab Y-chromosomes studied belonged to this "I&P Arab clade", which contained only one non-Arab chromosome, that of a Sephardic Jew. This could possibly be attributed to the geographical isolation of the Jews or to the immigration of Arab tribes in the first millennium. Nebel proposed that "part, or perhaps the majority" of Muslim Palestinians descend from "local inhabitants, mainly Christians and Jews, who had converted after the Islamic conquest in the seventh century AD".

The problem with generic science is that it isn't telling which generation(s) from a Jewish or Palestinian group that have been researched to base findings like it is written above. Also, such science is in our view cherry picking in the evolution of the Middle East. Because, it is only about comparing one group of people with another group of people. It is even not about defining the geographic roots of anyone's origin but an attempt to prove anyone's identity.

Let's take another example:

Ashkenaz” is Hebrew and refers to Germany. However, in this American newspaper we found that 'Ashkenazi'' are those who originated in Eastern Europe. That is weird as 'Ashkenazi'' is adjective and supposed to be to people who are from “Ashkenaz”. But, it looks that Ashkenazi Jews have their origin in a comnplete different part of the world. Here's a citiation from an article written by Eran Elhaik, lecturer in population, medical and evolutionary genomics, University of Sheffield

"It starts in Persia (modern-day Iran) during the sixth century. This is where most of the world’s Jews were living at this time.

The tolerance of the Persians encouraged the Jews to adopt Persian names, words, traditions, and religious practices, and climb up the social ladder gaining a monopoly on trade. They also converted other people who were living along the Black Sea, to their Jewish faith. This helped to expand their global network.

Among these converts were the Alans (Iranian nomadic pastoral people), Greeks, and Slavs who resided along the southern shores of the Black Sea. Upon conversion, they translated the Old Testament into Greek, built synagogues, and continued expanding the Jewish trade network."

With all respect, but we see the failure of realizing that it is about studying a selected link belonging to an endless chain, which gives immense amount of knowledge but only about the selected link, the Ashkenazi Jews.  If you want everything that belongs to the totality in an arrangement, laying out the exact order in which everything became to exist, you need to speak in terms of chronology, whereby scientific fractioning as written above, politics, politicization and even religionization are then irrelevant if they are not connected with one other.

If we look at science of humanity, it is the study of connections. For instance, if you want to know how people though during the 16th and 17th centuries, just look in the arts in writing, painting and what's behind the composing of music. But we don't see this when it comes to a history. It is about, let us say 'everything' that belongs to a history. 

"Everything" means here any link belonging to an endless chain. And, every link belongs to one other, is part of one other and is associated to one other even when a link is related to a link ahead of it or way back from it. Because, that particular link can't exist if it is not 'sprouted' from a previous link who also needs to 'sprout' from another link. Each link presents or represents an event, a happening, an occurrence. In first instance, they look different from each other as they may be about different issues in different situations like one is about the Palestinian Jews while the next one is about Palestinian Arabs.

If we go back to the ancient times,  we see that the Philistines, the Amalekites, the Canaanites, the people of Moses, the Hebrews (= Abrahamic people) also don't have a historical continiuty as the history of urbanization did not begin with them. They all have their predecessors too. These predecessors are the early modern humans and they also came from elsewhere as the map below shows .

 

So, you simply can't say that archaeological and genetic data support that both Jews and Palestinians came from the ancient Canaanites. They didn't as they appear to become to exist via extensively mixing between Egyptians, Mesopotamians, and Anatolians. Another strong indication that Israelis don't have any historical continuity.

 


 

Important:

this page is not about history but about a view on a history.

 

NO HISTORICAL CONTINUITY

PART 2. INVENTION BY FORCE

 

 

On December 10, 2011, the American hardline republican Newt Gingrich  said this:

I think that we’ve had an invented Palestinian people who are in fact Arabs, and who were historically part of the Arab community. And they had a chance to go many places, and for a variety of political reasons we have sustained this war against Israel now since the 1940s, and it’s tragic.”

In an angerily response, the spokesman for the then American Task Force on Palestine, Hussein Ibish, said:

There was no Israel and no such thing as an “Israeli people” before 1948. So the idea that Palestinians are ‘an invented people’ while Israelis somehow are not is historically indefensible and inaccurate. Such statements seem to merely reflect deep historical ignorance and an irrational hostility towards Palestinian identity and nationalism.

On December 4, 2020 Tzipi Hotovely, on that day the new ambassador to the UK, said in her first speech that

Nakba is "a very strong and very popular Arab lie."

She added that the displacement of Palestinians since 1948, is "a made up story".

Hotovely is known to us as a Zionist with an appalling record of racist and inflammatory behavior.

It is not the first time that stubborn hardline Israelis come with utter but after American hardline idiots have done already. So it is about the rhetoric "Hamas is a terrorist organization"

Lehi is better known as the Stern Gang, and was a Zionist terrorist group founded by Avraham Stern in British Mandatory Palestine. Its avowed aim was to evict the British authorities from Palestine by use of violence, allowing unrestricted immigration of Jews and the formation of a Jewish state, a "new totalitarian Hebrew republic".

Avraham Stern, Yitzhak Shamir, Nathan Yellin-Mor were the three leaders. Stern and Shamir were both Zionist migrant from Poland while Zionist Yellin-Mor migrated from Belarus. So, none of them where indigenous people of Palestine.

The group split from the Irgun militant group in 1940 in order to continue fighting the British during World War II.

Lehi initially sought an alliance with Fascist Italy and Nazi Germany, offering to fight alongside them against the British in return for the transfer of all Jews from Nazi-occupied Europe to Palestine. On May 29, 1948, the Zionist migrants rooted government formally disbanded Lehi. However ...

At the end of May 1948 Count Folke Bernadotte received a telegram from the UN Secretary-General Trygve Lie with an inquiry if Bernadotte would be willing to undertake the mission of acting as the UN’s mediator in the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. Folke Bernadotte thereby became the UN’s first official mediator in the organization’s short history.

Folke Bernadotte proceeded to formulate a proposal for a more sustainable solution to the conflict, and drafted a roadmap to peace.

According to the plan the formerly British mandate Palestine should become a union between Jews and Arabs, where the Jewish part would consist of Israel and the Arabic part would consist of the Kingdom of Transjordan (today’s Jordan).

The plan caused outrage among both parties and was turned down by Israel as well as all Arab states except Transjordan. The Swedish Count UN diplomat then began to work on a new proposal for a peaceful solution to the conflict. But he never had a chance to present it to the UN General Assembly.

Israelis - terrorism - Stern terrorists assassinate Folke Bernadotte
Israelis - terrorism - Stern terrorists assassinate Folke Bernadotte

When Folke Bernadotte traveled in a convoy of three cars on his way to negotiations in Jerusalem in the afternoon on September 17, the Zionist terrorists set up an ambush by pretending their car broke down. That's how the UN convoy was stopped in the Katamon quarter.

Bernadotte opened the backseat side window to see for himself what was ahead on the road. He asked a person in camouflage fatigue who was running into his direction.

The man who run into Bernadotte's direction was carrying a British-made machinegun. He asked Bernadotte if he is the person with this name. Bernadotte confirmed, which prompted the armed man to pour his weapon through the open window.

Israelis - terrorism - Stern terrorists assassinate Folke Bernadotte (2)
Israelis - terrorism - Stern terrorists assassinate Folke Bernadotte (2)

Then he opened fire and a rain of bullets went through the car hitting Count Bernadotte and Colonel Andre P. Serot, French Air Forces, United Nations Observer several times, while Colonel Serot died instantly. Bernadotte lost consciousness almost immediately but died within a few minutes of his arrival at Hadassah Hospital.

The man who shot and murdered was Yitzak Shamir. The two other men, Ben-Moshe and Steinberg shot at the tires of the UN vehicles, while Cohen was firing at the radiator of Bernadotte's car.

Yitzak Shamir became prime minsiter from October 20, 1986 to July 13, 1992. The Russian Zionist migrant Menachim Begin (marked below), another member of the terrorist group succeeded Shamir as prime minister.

 

The day after the terrorist attack, the United Nations Security Council condemned the killing of Bernadotte as

"a cowardly act which appears to have been committed by a criminal group of terrorists in Jerusalem while the United Nations representative was fulfilling his peace-seeking mission in Palestine."

On the website of the US State Department, on top of the page the visitor will read this

"On May 14, 1948, David Ben-Gurion, the head of the Jewish Agency, proclaimed the establishment of the State of Israel. U.S. President Harry S. Truman recognized the new nation on the same day."

On that page, no single word about the attack!

The Zionist migrants from Central and Eastern Europe, on May 11, 1949 officially named 'Israelis', they were admitted to the United Nations as a full member on that day.


 

Important:

this page is not about history but about a view on a history.

 

EXPLOITING A WAR

 

 

The Nazi's need of Eastern Europe as 'lebensraum' was covered by Hitler's propaganda minister Joseph Goebbels who instigated and incited Jew hatred by holding series of speeches full with falsehood and other lies.

But, don't we all know similar developments in our present time? Yes, we do but there are too many among us who pretend these developments as they do not exist. Well, they do! Here are 54 quotes:

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The oldest example is only known by people who are familiar with the history about how the Israelis became the first in the introduction of military use of nuclear material in the Middle East.:

During the mid-summer of 1960, an American corporate official was talking to U.S. diplomats in Tel Aviv. He was sharing information about construction activities near Dimona. The United States under John F. Kennedy wanted explanation about the activities after the diplomats send cables to Washington about the construction. These cables are in our archive..

But the Israelis repeatedly provided less than credible answers. It was the site of a textile factory, the Israelis said. Well, not quiet a lie because there was such factory there. But, when the Americans demanded a visit to the site, the Israelis turned aggressive. The Israeli leader David Ben Gurion felt the pressure that came from John F. Kennedy's administration. He had to say something. So he came with this: ".. to prevent a second Holocaust from happening".

In July 2015, the then republican candidate Mike Huckabee said to the right-wing outlet Breibart:  "It is so naive that he would trust the Iranians. By doing so, he will take the Israelis and march them to the door of the oven." He made this utter remark to express his opposition against the JCPOA agreement that was signed on July 14th by the so-called P5+1 on the Iranian nuclear program.

In October 2015, Netanyahu have accused the Palestinian Grand Mufti of Jerusalem during W.W.II, Haj Amin al-Husseini, of causing the Holocaust and "fomenting the final solution" while giving a speech at the World Zionist Conference in Jerusalem.

Just three examples of clear exploiting the Second World War. But, what's behind the exploitation? 

We're monitoring the Israelis since the Gaza War 2008-2009 and have noticed an collective behavior that emerge every time when the Israelis face criticism from the international community. That is resorting in self-pitying and self-victimizing while acting as survivors of the Second World War. However, those we know who resort in such behavior are from generations after that war.

Another motive is driven by intense urge to survive and to expand, something like "we must have our own territory at all costs". Exploiting of the Second World War is part of the Israeli Zionist survival strategy. That is why the Israelis use a protocol for foreigner leaders when they come to visit, and that systematically includes a "ceremony" at Yadvashem to send visiting leaders the message "you should put us first" as if the whole world is responsible for something that took place in Europe but by the Israelis has been hijacked to use it for their own (Zionist) cause. 

What strikes us so deeply is that you will never hear from the Israelis, that the highest number of Jews, killed by the Nazis, is in the Netherlands. Three quarter of the Jewish community in that country just uprooted. Jews who never came to the ideas to leave their country for a Zionist cause. 

And what do the Israelis? Tying up with Hungary, Austria and Germany. Why Hungary? Re-founder of Zionism, Theodor Herzl was born there. Why Austria? Because the World Zionist Organization was found there, and, because the Zionist Organization of America has its roots there. Why Germany?

source: Anne Frank Stiching, Amsterdam - Netherlands

In September 1950, the Germans signed a agreement to pay a sum of 3 billion marks over the next fourteen years; 450 million marks were paid to the World Jewish Congress. The payments were made to the Israelis -who just had their name since three years- as the heir to those victims who had no surviving family. So, 450 million marks paid to an organization that is traditionally deeply rooted in almost all strategic economical and financial position worldwide. 

Then we have 'payments', which must refer to the remaining, but huge amount of money,  went to an entity that didn't exist until its rush invention in 1948. It acted as a representative of people it never have represented before because it just didn't exist. And, when it "represented" these people, the Israelis weren't Jewish at all. They were East European Zionist migrants who left the continent years before the war. 

Then this: "payments were made to the Israelis as the heir to those victims who had no surviving family". This smells like a premeditated calculation as the Israelis knew that there were more of these people in Germany than people who have surviving families in this country. Are the Israelis the parasites of Germany's past?. 


 

Important:

this page is not about history but about a view on a history.

 

THE QUESTION OF INDIGENOUS

 (and the mystifications about 'anti-Semitism')

 

 

 

The Israelis also try to protect and preserve their cause in another way: falsifying, mystifying and denying.  It goes like this:

On June 9, 2020 Netanyahu uttered the terms "invented Palestinians" and "indigenous Jews". That is a disgusting copy as it has its origin to the person of the American republican hardliner Newt Gingrich

That brings us the question: what is 'indigenous'?

In non-institutionalized definition, 'indigenous' is adjective as it refers to the notion of a place-based human ethnic culture that has not migrated from its homeland, and is not a settler or colonial population.

Merriam Webster dictionary explains 'indigenous' as the earliest known inhabitants of a place and especially of a place that was colonized by a now-dominant group

The institutionalized definition about 'indigenous' as written by the United Nations:

 

Considering the diversity of indigenous peoples, an official definition of “indigenous” has not been adopted by any UN-system body. Instead the system has developed a modern understanding of this term based on the following:

  • Self- identification as indigenous peoples at the individual level and accepted by the community as their member.
  • Historical continuity with pre-colonial and/or pre-settler societies
  • Strong link to territories and surrounding natural resources • Distinct social, economic or political systems
  • Distinct language, culture and beliefs
  • Form non-dominant groups of society
  • Resolve to maintain and reproduce their ancestral environments and systems as distinctive peoples and communities.

 

The basis is poor as the 6 points are completely vague and open for any interpretation. The second point is even an attempt to falsify the chronology inherent to historical continuity.

Self-identification is an autonomous act but leads to inaccuracy when it comes to "Jew" and "Israeli".  "Jew" adjective to a religion that sprouted as an offshoot from another belief. while "Israeli" is adjective to the results forthcoming from developments that have led to the invention in 1948.  The roots is the assassination of a UN diplomat in September 1948, which in return has its roots in the invasion of the Zionist migrants in 1947, which in return is a continuation from the early 1900s.

Any continuity is about the continuation of a cycle of events over an immeasurable period of time, and the recognition of events as inseparably interconnected. So it is when we speak about historical continuity.

However, the cycle didn't start to run by the assassination. It was running for thousands and thousands of years. But, not every event belongs to a certain historical continuity as they may have their roots in another continuity. For instance, the migration from Eastern Europe in 1905 was not by ethnic related cycle. There was a revolution in Russia, which prompted Russian Jews to flee. The migration from Central and Eastern Europe in 1947 was even by an religionized political invention in 1897, Zionism. So it is when we look at the continuity from a biblical perspective.

If we focus on what is biblical written, then there were two groups of people who entered Canaan. The first group are written as those freed from slavery and were led by Moses (in Islam, Musa). The other group are written as those who migrated from Mesopotamia and were led by Abraham (in Islam: Ibrahim). This means that there are two historical continuities: one that started in Egypt and the other in Mesopotamia.

So, according to our understanding, there is no proven historical continuity that relates modern-day Jews to the people, documented by historians as led by Moses, because there is no evidence found in the Sinai.

There's also no historic continuity that relates the Jews with the Abrahamic tribe as the first Jews have no roots in Mesopotamia were the Abrahamic tribe came from (see map below).

Interesting is this:

'Hebrew' appears to be adjective to the Abrahamic people as a tribe, and who are named after the language they spoke: Hebrews. This indicates that the Hebrew language is not native to Canaan but to the region were Abraham came from, Ur. 

Then this, if we connect any historic continuity to the Israelites, to whom the Israelis liken themselves with by linking them with the victory on the conquest of Jebus by King David, the question rises how did David became king of these tribe while he had his kingdom far north and away from the territory now known as the Negev Deser. A desert that was inhabit by the Amalekites. 

The people who entered the territory of the Amalekites from the south, by Jews described as Israelites, these people ended up in the territory of King David who drove them out into the direction of the hills of Jebus. But, the Jews still connect the Israelites with King David's seizure of Jebus, now Jerusalem as their way of documenting insinuates that the Israelites have fought with the king to seize Jebus. It's quiet illogical to document the Israelites first as driven out by King David, as we found in several referrals, then let modern-day people believe that the driven people have a link in the rebuilding of Jebus but as King David's city.

And, if we translate it to modern times, those who stood at the beginning (1948-1960s), they also don't have any historical continuity that sprouted in Palestine:

 

David Ben Gurion October 16, 1886 Plonsk, Poland
Golda Meir May 3, 1898 Kyiv city, Ukraine
Menachim Begin August 16, 1913 Brest, Belarus
Shimon Peres August 2, 1923 Vishnyeva, Belarus
Yitzak Shamir October 22, 1915 Ružany, Belarus

 

So, anyone who speaks in terms of 'invented people' they have invented themselves as 'Israelis' have no historical continuity as it didn't sprout in Palestine. It is a naming enforced to accept by others. That enforcement was by assassinating the Swedish UN diplomat Folke Bernadotte in an ambush, carried out by Shamir, not by Cohen. It is the roots of Sweden's policy on Palestine. 

 

*) In Wikipedia, details of involvment by 'Yitzak Shamir' has been altered in 'Cohen" by US-based Zionist group CAMARA

 

On September 24, 2020 BESA published an article in an attempt to explain its readers something that didn't exist: "Why Arabs Hate The Palestinians". The article was published amid Jarred Kushner's regional destabilizing actions to persuade Gulf states to take side with the Israelis. The headlined question was an attempt to let the English reading Arabs believe that the course for an own Palestinian state was to blame.

Hasbara, which is the basis the Israelis and their supporters use in their 'communication' with the outside world, is described as a reference to public-relations efforts to disseminate positive information abroad about the Israelis and their actions, whereby dissemination is scattering or spreading widely, as though sowing seed disseminate ideas.  However, it is actually a practice to deflect attention away from that what is initially the issue.

In plain words: Israelis and their supporters don't want you to talk about what should or must be talked about:  the essence of the matter, not whatever is achieved. It is an kind of robbing you from the right of freedom of expression by accusing you of "anti-Semitism".

But, who and what is Semitic?

Semites are a group of peoples closely related in language, whose habitat is West Asia and Northern Africa. That is what most people know. However, we have showed in earlier chapters that our view differs, that people, but only those whom entire ancestry directly leads to the Semitic habitat, are Semitic people. In other words: those who never have migrated from their homeland, and who do not belong to a settler or colonial population.

Then we have the Semitic languages, which are mainly described -like in Britannica and in Wikipedia- as language that form a branch of the Afro-Asiatic language phylum. But, this description isn't mentioning the distribution of one the Semitic language into Europe during the expansion of the Roman empire. Jews born outside the Roman controlled Palestine have learned to speak Hebrew because of the distribution by Jews who fled into other parts of Europe, such as Spain, France, Greece, Italy and Malta.

So, if we compare the distribution of the Hebrew language with the distribution of the Spanish language, we don't see any difference:

Anyone can learn to speak a language that is not native to the person because languages are once distributed into the world. Below: how the Spanish language and the Catholic religion came to the Americas by Cortes' conquest.

 

The Spanish language was distributed via colonization that began with the Spanish Conquest of the Americas in 1519. The Spaniards not only brought their language to the continent but also their religion and culture.

When the Spaniards engaged interracial relationship, they became the ancestors for all later ancestors who then became the ancestors of today's Central and South American people. That doesn't mean that today's people, who now have Spanish as their 'native language', and have their religion from the Spanish, are Spanish originated people.

It is exact the same to the Hebrew language when it was first distributed across Southern Europe and from there into the rest of Europe. When Palestine became a Roman empire province, Jews who have fled also distributed their language, religion and culture. They are the first ancestors of all later ancestors of ancestors of today's Jews in Europe. This doesn't mean that today's Jews in Europe are Semitic people. They are not. Nor are they originated to Semitic people as their ancestries sprouted in Europe.

The map below isn't only showing the reason of a migration. It also shows the result of migration, namely the distribution of the Hebrew language, Jewish religion and culture between 1850 and 1914 and reminds us to the map of the Spanish with the difference that the map below is not about a conquest.

The Israelis from the old generation are originated from those during the migration while the young Israeli generation have parents who are the children of the old generation who in return are the children of the migrants generation.

In the 21st century, Jews in Palestine are from all corners of the world mostly via illegal crowd funding by the Jewish Agency For Israel, which presents itself as a non-government organization, a title misused as the Israelis are occupying belligerents.

So, how can anyone be accused of anti-Semitism when Semitism is factual about indigenous Semitic people. These people do no longer live and that for ages. What is practiced in the 21st century, when whoever views criticism against Jews in Europe as anti-Semitism, it is ripping Semitism completely out of its historical context.


 

Important:

this page is not about history but about a view on a history.

 

ARAB ISRAELIS

 

 

The chapter "No historical continuity / part 1: Genetic roots", we have tried to give you an idea how science is failing to realize that they are studying how the Jews have lost their historical continuity. 

We also wrote that Jews and Palestinians, that means those who never migrated from their homeland, and are not from a settler or colonial population, have their roots via extensively mixing between Egyptians, Mesopotamians, and Anatolians. 

Two aspects which make studying genetics of these people in another way very interesting, namely on the question  "Why are a lot of today's Israelis show an behavior, a way of thinking, and a way of acting we see by Arabs."? The answer is in the person of the Israelis as we know that there are two types of Israeli men.

However, the world only knows one type: those who look like Caucasian. They are the descendants of Caucasian Jews who came from outside Palestine such as during the two migrations from Europe. But, today's Caucasian Jews may either have their parents from a similar root or they are migrants who have illegally settled in the West Bank.

It is very important to know that there were no Caucasian Jews until the first migration to Ottoman Palestine between 1881 and 1903.

The much lesser known Israeli type is pictured above. Israeli men but those as pictured have a look which is quiet similar to Arab men. Assume that they're Arab, then their genetics could lead back to the very forefathers from the time when people in Canaan started mixing with one other. Among those people should also include Arabic people who migrated from north, from the east and from the south of Canaan. Arabs. Today, Arab Israeli men look like this:

 

So, when interracial mixing began so began the passing of genetic material containing codes including those of characters of personality. Every birth goes that way. You have something from your father and something from your mother.

However, you may also have something that is passed on to your father and mother, and then passed on to you. And so do you when you start a family yourself. That is actually what genetic continuity is all about.

With all respect to Arabic people, but Arabic men are generally known for their impulsivity, extreme emotion, and uncontrollability. Elements which always lead to instant aggressiveness, which in return makes it very easy to resort in violence or worse. The element of uncontrollability is the roots of loosing touch with reality, which in return is the cause of having no single sense of reasonableness. It leads to extreme emotion with the result lack of self-reflection and self-accountability. That explains self-pitying and self-victimizing.

All these elements are in the codes of genetic material that has been passed on for thousands and thousands of years. It is no different to those who are Arab Israelis, especially when you look at the fact that there's interracial engagement between Arab Israelis and Caucasian Israelis (photo below). And so they pass on the elements from one to the other.

Now you have an idea why we view the Arab Israelis and the Caucasian Israelis as no other than similar to those in neighboring countries.

Why do we name them "Arab Israelis"? This is because there is already something that is called "Israeli Arabs" which refers to the citizenship given to Arabs who are allowed to live among the Israelis.

However, no one have the same quantity of genetic material and therefore the intensity of characters of personality differs from person to person as it is like what you have from your father and mother. You may have a little bit more from your father and a little bit less from your mother while the rest is you. Another variant may look like a lot from your mother, few from your father, an amount that is passed on to your father or mother then passed on to you while the rest is you. And so there are numerous variants. That all is genetically defined.


 

Important:

this page is not about history but about a view on a history.

 

A CONFLICT?

 

 

As we wrote on our very first page, there are a lot of websites that are driven by politics, politicization and even religionization, which divert readers attention away from what's really behind. It is not politics, politicization nor religionization. It all have to do with evolution in which 'things' occur to happen one after the other. That also includes the way involved people became to be from the beginning to the present time of today. Genetic material in people play a crucial role in how 'things' are going to happen.

A question: What is 'territory'? Well, there are various ways to answer, from abstract to define in international legal terms and everything in between. We keep it by an explanation you're best familiar with:

Territory is something like a piece of land that is fenced off to keep everyone out who doesn't belong on this land. You may have a house with a surrounding garden. But, you fence it off to send the message "this is my piece of land" or "I'm the owner of this land". It is a simple explanation for something, which origin is not by humans. It was already there .... in nature. Animals are familiar with 'territory' as they mark the boundaries their territory by instinct but with the same intention you have: sending the message to tell what's yours.

The first signs of permanent settlement was when humans began to domesticate plants and animals. That was some 10,000 years ago. But, you need to have something to keep the animals. So, our very first farmers used stakes they pour into the ground the way as pictured. In archeological terms, stakes are called palisades, which were used just to protect their domesticated animals from being stolen, not to send the message that it is their land.

Celtic palisaded settlement
Celtic palisaded settlement

That became to change when humans wanted to expand their presence but in the territory of other humans. The way they did is by the way they where*, the way they thought and the way they're used to do things.

But, there are many reasons to seek for expansion, so not just only because of more space. And, there are even combinations behind such domination and possession, which has been in our lives since the biblical ages.

Humans not only have always brought their physical presence with them but also what's inside the physical presence*.  It's here were religion has its roots.

But, before we continue we need to know what exactly means 'religion'. On the internet you will find:

Oxford Languages the belief in and worship of a superhuman controlling power, especially a personal God or gods.
Britannica human beings’ relation to that which they regard as holy, sacred, absolute, spiritual, divine, or worthy of especial reverence. It is also commonly regarded as consisting of the way people deal with ultimate concerns about their lives and their fate after death.
Dictionary a set of beliefs concerning the cause, nature, and purpose of the universe, especially when considered as the creation of a superhuman agency or agencies, usually involving devotional and ritual observances, and often containing a moral code governing the conduct of human affairs. (plus 5 more)
not on the internet an umbrella term encompassing the way how people think*, the way how that thinking leads to conviction, what kind of emotions* are involved, the way how people deal with these emotions in relation to their conviction and how that leads to a belief. Belief then finds its way in expression by devotion and worship as well as who and what is devoted and worshiped.

However, in our view religion is not any deliberation as they lead to views or opinions especially when they are meant to push for a cause that leads to some sort of separatism, better known as offshoots, or that leads to doctrines such as Islamism and Zionism. The way how they (have) separate from whatever plays a crucial role as incitement is a way to influence. For example:

On this webpage we found a quote from the founder of modern Zionism**, Theodor Herzl:

"The anti-Semites will become our most dependable friends, the anti-Semitic countries our allies."

On that same webpage we found  from another Zionist, David Ben Gurion in 1938

"If we allow a separation between the refugee problem and the Palestine problem, we are risking the existence of Zionism."

The first statement is clear exploiting anti-Semitism. Jews didn't flee for that reason. They fled Russia because there was a revolution.

The second statement is exploiting the refugee crisis prior to WWII,  but to incite.

Both statements were meant in order to influence with the intention to gain authority. They are the earliest traces in modern history showing that it is not about a conflict with the Palestinians. You need to view from a much different perspective, those of collective behavior. That is why we wrote paragraph 9 on this page .

So, we view it as a psychological struggle* triggered by a phantom fear of extinction as a result of exaggerated imaginary. This in return has its roots in paranoia.

Add the elements of extreme emotion and uncontrollability and you have all the ingredients needed to understand the violent and aggressive way of thinking the Israelis have, resulting in brutal, often bloody acts of today.

In other words: it's all about expansion to 'survive' (lebensraum) by building upon seized native existence just like what King David did thousands of years ago.

 

*) see paragraph 9 on this page

**) Zionism was already in 1879 by means of European migrants who were building small settlements in Palestine.

 


 

 

Important:

this page is not about international law but about a view on an issue related to international law

 

 

EXISTENTIAL GENOCIDE?

 

 

Harsh term isn't it? Yes it is. But, we can explain:

The Israelis are a war belligerent. How do we know that? Well, actually everyone could have known if they did understand the United Nations when they issues warnings to the Israelis, that actions could mount to war crimes.

You don't use 'war crimes' when nobody is in a stage of war. Well, the Israelis never have lifted the stage of war since 1967. The reason why they never have lifted is simple to explain as 'annexation' is an act in times of war. That is why the Israelis never provided their official borders to the UN. Land grab or stealing land is is an act in times of peace. Well, there's no peace!

But, we have to understand that there is a difference between war violation and war crime as both are often mixed up in the media. War violation refers to breaches against protocols and/or rules a war belligerent is obliged to.

For instance:

Building a settlement is not a war crime but a war violation as it is a irreversible, so permanent change in the environmental identity of the land that is under occupation thus against the Rules of Usufruct. But, if the occupying power thinks it needs to own the land, so it takes it, that is also against the same rules as it is annexation in times of war. 

 

When the occupying power finds objects and structures, which are either part of the identity of the occupied land, or are belongings as part of the livelihood of anyone of the occupied people, and decides to remove them in order to replace with its own, then it is a war crime as it is about this:

Existence. In short: it means your physical presence, your being, you but 'confirmed' visually by the eyes of anyone who sees you.

However, existence has a broader meaning as it is actually an umbrella term encompassing everything that is needed to exist, not to mention to continue to exist.

Among those belonging to 'everything' are your roots and ancestry, your tradition, your culture, your native language and your belief. They all are elements belonging to your identity. Material belongings are your house, your property even the whole town or city or neighborhood if not your land as a country were you belong to. Then we have life, which includes food, water, electricity, health, communication and the availability to have a place to stay. This all is existence.

If the occupying power don't want objects and structures at all, which they proof on the daily basis, despite that they are part of the identity of the land they then annex, and also remove the belongings as part of the livelihood of occupied people by means of destruction, it is eradicating the elements on which the existence of the Palestinians rely on. If the act is in such a systematically manner that it hallmarks the identity as belonging to a program, you then need to speak about existential genocide.

 


 

 

 

 LONG READ

 

ELEMENTS IN THE ERA OF POLARIZATION

 

INTRODUCTION

 

 

 

 

 

The Palestinians claim their rights. The Israelis just take the rights. But who is right? A simple question that appears to be a very complex matter.

It depends on how you wish to answer as their are many ways from a historical point of view to deliberating in the context of international law and every possibility in between. They all brings us to nowhere. That is the reality since all attempts have only led to more imbalance that only affects the Palestinians the most.

We also must not forget that the Israelis don't show any respect and often in a manner that prompts us to ask:  Do the Israelis recognize the international law at all?

The Gaza wars have showed they don't. The systematically forced eviction to annex pieces of land on which Palestinian houses are build show the Israelis don't. The use of their army to crackdown protests while being a war belligerent show the Israelis don't. The list is endless.

 

 

(SELF) INTEREST

 

 

More unhelpful, if not destructive, is when countries resort in politics that is just supporting, and are even facilitation and contribution to that what the Israelis still doing. These countries only incite the Israelis even more. That is why efforts claimed by these countries don't have any value.  The efforts they think to have achieved by contributors and participants, they appear to be Jewish while others appear to have close ties with the Israelis.

Middle East Quartet with on the right Toni Blair
Middle East Quartet with Toni Blair on the right

Take the Middle East Quartet from 2011, which was a foursome of nations and international and supranational entities involved in 'mediating' the Israeli–Palestinian peace process. Britain's former prime minister Tony Blair was the envoy of this group. In February 2008, Blair is recorded as telling the quartet that he has a good relationship with Ehud Barak who was the Israeli defense minister at that time. Much further back in time,  Blair forged close ties with Michael Levy, a leader of the Jewish Leadership Council. That was in 1994.

UN Watch is an entity that proclaims itself as an NGO while it openly spies, not observe, for its belligerent occupation government and makes the results public in forms of political attacks and unfounded criticism. It has a seat in the UN Human Rights Assembly but only as observer. But, there is no single other member at the assembly that operates explicit and only for itself. So, if such an entity only operates on grounds of pure religionized self-interest, it is not an NGO. Everyone can ask for a rubber stamp "NGO" on the arm. That doesn't mean you are.

And while we're writing from our own perspective, it gives us this freedom to write:

Hilel Neuer
Hilel Neuer on April 17, 2016

Organizations which are independent of government involvement are known as non-governmental organizations or non-government organizations or NGO, typically one whose purpose is to address a social or political issue.

UN Watch addresses nor any social issue nor any political issue. It addresses issues which are politicization of religionized ideas. They only lead to certain sentiments against Jews but only in Europe and elsewhere around the world. They don't affect the Israelis who claim to be Jewish while being Zionists. Jerusalem Post provides the evidence.

Then, Israelis don't suffer from human rights violations by their own government. Israelis don't suffer from persecutions by their own government. Israelis don't suffer from abduction, kidnapping and murder by their own government. Israelis don't suffer from hatreds. Israelis just spread hatred since their invention in 1948.

On June 19, 2008 Hamas and the Israelis agreed to a ceasefire. As part of the ceasefire, Palestinian militants agreed to immediately halt their attacks on Israel and Israel agreed to cease its military operations in Gaza. However, on November 5, 2008 the Israelis intruded Gaza to carry out an assassination they defended this way:

"This was a pinpoint operation intended to prevent an immediate threat," the Israeli military said in a statement. "There is no intention to disrupt the ceasefire, rather the purpose of the operation was to remove an immediate and dangerous threat posted by the Hamas terror organization."

This is disseminated language or hasbara and is meant to divert attention away from the fact that the Israelis just jeopardized the cease fire prompting Hamas to respond. It fired rockets over its border. And like all Gaza wars started by the Israelis, they counter retaliated by launching a massive incendiary bombing campaign. Tens of thousands of unarmed civilians were killed. Among them civilians who tried to flee Gaza City but were hindered by wreckage of burning vehicles including those of bombed ambulances. The 2008-2009 war by the Israelis is to our memories the most barbaric, the most heinous and bloodiest of all three wars. More than 13,000 Gaza casualties against just 13 on the other side of the Gaza border. This utmost shocking imbalance of numbers triggered a global call for an investigation. It was then already problematic to even think about investigation because of the United States because of their own war crimes committed a year earlier in Iraq.

Now, what has this war to do with Hilel Neuer?

The Zionist tried to divert attention away from two things: what have caused the war and why were the numbers so exorbitant high. He did by launching an campaign against Richard Falk who was the UN special reporteur for the oPT. He was appointed to investigate. As a Zionist, Neuer fiercely opposed the appointment because of Falk's statements, comments, recommendations, and other moves hallmarking an advocacy for the Palestinians. 

The job Falk carried out might have had an impact on his own person. That may have resulted in an opposing position. It works the same to any Israeli with the difference that Falk does not resort in grave determination in order to revenge and to retaliate. Neuer's motive is the same a Muslim would have when another Muslims stands up against Muslims. Here, Richard Falk, who is a Jew, didn't standup against Jews. He stood up against certain types among the Israelis like Hilel Neuer himself, Netanyahu, Naftali Bennett, Benzi Gopstein, Mark Regev and Yehuda Glick. 

And, like it is to a Muslim, so it is to no other than Neuer: Richard Falk was a traitor and should be treated as a traitor. But, you can't do that on neutral territory. That's why Neuer submitted his raged letter to the UN in New York.

Neuer just acted either because of self-interest, the interest of the Israeli war belligerent or both.

 

 

ORTHODOX-JEWS

 

 

The orthodox Jewish 'peace' team
The orthodox Jewish 'peace' team

Very clear is the year 2017 when Trump in January that year his son-in-law Jared Kushner appointed to draft a Middle East 'peace plan'. Kushner is an orthodox Jew. Kushner's team members David Friedman and Jason Greenblatt, both are also orthodox Jews. And, what was their peace all about? Persuading Arab countries to side with the Israelis! They were not working on the issue that is between the Israelis and the Palestinians. They were working on an issue they wanted that it is between the Israelis and Arab countries, not about and with the Palestinians.

So, these orthodox Jews just ignored the Palestinians while the rest of the world failed to realize that they've witnessed the continuation of a religious rivalry by these Jews. Why?

The accords are named after Abraham, which in Islam is by the name of Ibrahim.

But, do the Arab leaders know what Abraham really is to Zionists and the othodox Jews? Do they know that Abraham was the leader of the Hebrew tribe who migrated from Ur, Mesopotamia to Canaan? Do these leaders know that Abrahamic religion does not exist as Christianity is an offshoot of Judaism, which sprouted from the Jesubite's tribal belief, while Islam is an offshoot from Christianity?

Then, Ur is a ancient place in today's Southern Iraq. Abraham was not native to Canaan nor the Hebrew language he and his people spoke.

It is clear that in the context of our pages, politics have showed beings the most bad solution as it is only about siding and to persuade others to side.

This brings us to question how to understand these practices other than in the context of Zionism?

It's like the Chinese claim over the South China Sea. It's just a claim as they never have proven that the waters are indeed Chinese. They just focus on 'China' that is included in the name. They also have never allowed anyone from outside to see for the legitimacy of the claim. No one from outside have ever seen authentic documents but copies of documents you can Google for. But you can't see whether they are authentic or have been made authentic.

The Chinese also do the same the Israelis do: they start there were something about theirs is first mentioned, not there were it has its roots. The rapid manner the Chinese are fortifying the sea is like when someone knows that he or she is wrong, refused to acknowledge and resort in all methods to divert attention away from what is wrong. It's a kind of infantile behavior.

 

 

POLITICIZATION

 

 

Politicization is history's biggest enemy as it incites manipulation, falsification and even to mystification. The result is then a rewrite similar to what we do with movies. In modern times it goes like this:

Start your computer. Open the video editor. Click on 'files' and look were you have the video stored that carries the title 'History Of Palestine'. Load it. Cut the whole period from the prehistory to the scene prior to the scene depicting King David starting to build his city, he named Jerusalem. Move the rest of the movie back to (play) start. Save it and post it online. But, you can also write your own book or just go to websites were you can edit entries the way you want.

The video above is from the Israeli extremist outlet Arutz Sheva, who posted the video on August 18, 2010 on its YouTube account. 

Our computer story is just to illustrate what is in politics long before the internet. But the tools needed to have access to the internet, to begin with the first generation of home computers, has been politically weaponized by these rewriters like the Zionist group CAMERA (Wikipedia) to whom Naftali Bennett, a high tech (!) billionaire, is linked to. So, the problem is politicization used against history, not what we think and see as (the) problem at least since the invention of ideologies.

Another source that distributes mystification is the so-called UN Watch that proclaims itself as an NGO while it openly spies, not observe, for its belligerent occupation government and the results releases in forms of political attacks and unfounded criticism. It has a seat in the UN Human Rights Assembly but only as observer. It is has no voting rights. It is represented at the UNHR in Geneva by Hellil Neuer, a Zionist. There is no single other member of the assembly that operates explicit and only for itself and against everyone at the assembly. 

Nothing in the world occurs to happen on its own. Something always needs something either to occur to happen or to become to exist. So it is the existence of something the Israelis brandish as terrorism and terrorists while blatantly ignoring the roots.

The silencing of the roots is the main tread that goes through all rhetoric even about terrorism and terrorists, the ancestors of today's Israelis have introduced themselves. Disseminating politics the Israelis use is therefore no other than to divert attention away. But, they resort in more ways.

 

 

 

MOTIVE

 

 

Polarizing is to cause something, especially something that contains different people or opinions, to divide into two completely opposing groups. It's actually setting up people against one other.

But, to set up people against one other, you need something that causes people being against one other. A motive as this video from January 10, 2009 shows.

The question is how to bring your motive into reality? Just fabricate allegations, accusations, claims and other falsehood.

A source that is perfect for distributing unfounded allegations and mystification is the so-called UN Watch that proclaims itself as an NGO while it openly spies, not observe, for its belligerent occupation government and makes the results public in forms of political attacks and unfounded criticism. It has a seat in the UN Human Rights Assembly but only as an observer. But, there is no single other member at the assembly that operates explicit and only for itself. Then, any entity that only operates on grounds of pure religionized self-interest is not an NGO. Everyone can wear a sticker "NGO" but that doesn't mean he or she is. 

 

On June 19, 2008 Hamas and the Israelis agreed to a ceasefire. As part of the ceasefire, Palestinian militants agreed to immediately halt their attacks on Israel and Israel agreed to cease its military operations in Gaza. However, on November 5, 2008 the Israelis intruded Gaza to carry out an attack they defended this way:

"This was a pinpoint operation intended to prevent an immediate threat," the Israeli military said in a statement. "There is no intention to disrupt the ceasefire, rather the purpose of the operation was to remove an immediate and dangerous threat posted by the Hamas terror organization."

This is disseminated language or hasbara and is meant to divert attention away from the fact that the Israelis just jeopardized the cease fire.

The 2014 Gaza War is known as having began with the missing of three illegal settlers in the 2nd week of June that year. Netanyahu immediately vowed that Hamas must pay, his way to accuse Hamas. He didn't even have evidence whether Hamas was responsible. The worst of all? He didn't investigate whether Hamas was behind. He just started the war with such a brutal force that divided the Israeli society in a group that supported the war, while the opposing group wanted the war to be ended.

However, the 2014 Gaza War didn't begin with the missing of the illegal settler, who later were found dead. The predawn of this war are the peace talks President Obama had launched a year earlier, which in July that year have resulted that Netanyahu agreed to release of Palestinian (political) prisoners in four phases. A lot of Israelis were against the release of these Palestinians. These Israelis went to the Ofer prison to rally.  When Netanyahu had to release the fourth and last batch of prisoners he suddenly announced that he wouldn't release them. That's how the peace talks jeopardized triggering developments that ultimately led to the third Gaza war.

 

 

INCITEMENT

 

 

The term 'settlement' is synonymous to colonization as it is about the inhabitation of a piece of land by your own people. In fact, you need to take a piece of land from someone else first before you can colonize. It is called land grab (of that piece of land). But, that is a term you use in time of peace.

On April 7, 2021 Netanyahu announced the forced eviction of Palestinians from Sheik Jarrah. Such announcements have always incite right-wing settlers like this example shows about an ultra-Zionist, speaking English with an American accent who just walked into a Palestinian house in this East Jerusalem neighborhood.

The incident took place on May 5, 2021 during the Passover provocation at the Al Aqsa mosque that also triggered protest in Sheik Jarrah against the forced eviction. 

The Israelis, however, are war belligerent as they are constantly reminded to when the United Nations warn that forced evictions and demolitions tantamount to war crimes. Forced eviction and demolition are to achieve the goal of annexation. The Israelis regularly claim that targeted buildings were constructed without permit. The policy of permits is a violation against the treaty laws on occupation. It brings us to this:

If we look at the ways the Israelis have resorted in Gaza wars, and if we look at the unstoppable forced evictions and demolitions, we see that the Israelis just simply ignore the fact that they are subjected to treaty laws.

The way the Israelis ignore international laws shows the naked truth that they simply don't recognize these laws as they are an obstruction to their achievement to seize as much as possible to make seized land to become part of their own creation of  their state. This is a war crime as it is forbidden to create a new nation inside the occupied nation or to expand by creating new parts but for their own. The Customary International Law is ignored the most for the simple fact that the U.S. doesn't recognize this treaty law because of their own war crimes committed in Afghanistan and Iraq.

If own people are encourage to contribute, it echoes in the way they do: incited uprooting of Palestinians from their homes to take the houses over, incited destruction of Palestinian farmlands, incited throwing of rocks on parked Palestinians cars, even incited killing of Palestinians.

"20210519 - West Bank - Israeli settler kills Palestinian woman at entrance of illegal settlement Qiryat Arba in Hebron - version 2"

But, incitement don't need explicit to come from their leaders. Influence from outside can contribute to (more) fueling of incitement in particular when the influence is chained to a entrenched assimilation into the society of the distributing country via lobyists either Israelis themselves or on behalf of the Israelis. Assimilation takes also place on the internet by editing information into the views of the Israelis:

Entrenched assimilation in the American secular society via Zionist organizations and their supporters.
AIPAC The "American Israel Public Affairs Committee" is a Zionism-aligned lobbying group that propagates politics meant to push Israeli politics into the Congress and into the Executive Branch of the United States. 
AZM American Zionist Movement is found in 1993. It propagates and "defend" Zionism in the United States. The entity is affiliated with the World Zionist Organization (WZO).
CAMERA "Committee for Accuracy in Middle East Reporting in America", a Zionist group that operates on Wikipedia to mystify entries on the Jewish issue. The use of "Middle East" is to mislead. It is not operating in the field of (news) reporting. It is financed by the ultra-Zionist Naftali Bennett
CPAC The Conservative Political Action Conference is an annual political conference attended by conservative activists and elected officials from across the United States and beyond. CPAC is hosted by the American Conservative Union.
Hadassah Women's Zionist Organization of America. Founded in 1912 by Henrietta Szold.
WZO World Zionist Organization is described (by Zionists) as a 'non-government organization' while the founder, Theodor Herzl in 1897, never proclaimed the organization as such nor did he never used that term. It is an religionized political entity that propagates its course. WZO is also the root of religionized political globalization in modern history. Muslim equivalents are Jihadism, Islamism and Salafism.
ZOA The Zionist Organization of America presents itself as an American non-profit pro-Israel organization. It claims that it is founded in 1897 as the Federation of American Zionists. But, there was no Zionism in the US that year. Richard Gottheil attended the Zionist Congress in Europe in 1898. The organization could only have been found after he returned to the US.

 

We wrote in '(self) interest', which is one of the elements in Netanyahu's era of polarization, about Jared Kushner's Middle East 'peace plan', and that his team members David Friedman and Jason Greenblatt are also orthodox Jews. Well, the premeditation of forming such a group is not only to continue a religious rivalry against the Palestinians. What more does it play out?

On February 21, 2021 the UAE decided to drastically reduce its funding to the United Nations agency for Palestinian refugees in 2020, the year it signed the orthodox-Jewish brokered normalization accord with the Israelis that was heavily criticized by the Palestinian Authority. But, this is not an isolated case. It has its roots:

It is not a secret that the Israeli hard-liners have the desire to exterminate Hamas. It is to many in the world a secret that these Israelis treat everyone, and everything as Hamas. So, every aid from outside is seen is attempts to help those but treated has Hamas, to survive. There was even a calorie scheme, discovered in October 2012, to keep the affected people barely alive as it would cost these hardliners their friendship with the US when they let Gazans just starving to death. 

UNRWA delivers food supply. That is undermining the Israeli hard-liners desire. No wonder that on January 7, 2018 Netanyahu said that he wanted UNRWA gradually to be shut down. Eight months later Trump decided to stop the funding. 

 

PROVOCATION

 

Provocation is by influence that causes incitement to provoke like this example shows.

Passover is a Judaic ritual, the Israelis held every year during the period from April 15th to April 23rd.  The Ramadan begins on April 12th and ends on May 12th every year. Provocateurs "passover" the terrain of the Al Aqsa compound in the exact period when Passover and Ramadan overlapse each other, every year under illegal protection by occupying forces.

However, "Passover" have nothing to do with any temple nor with anything on the Al Aqsa compound. It refers to this explanation:

 

"In order to protect their first-born children, the Israelites marked their doors with lamb's blood so the angel of death would pass over them. Thus the name Passover, which is “pesach” in Hebrew. The Israelites were ultimately freed from slavery and wandered the desert for 40 years before making it to the promise land"*

*) this is biblical not historical


The Israeli ultra right-wing provocateurs, including their leader Naftali Bennett, who in June 2021 became prime minister, are to be accused of misusing their own belief for destructive purpose similar to Jihad*, to carry out in a way that hallmarks religionized terrorism as their actions always lead to brutal crackdown, illegal abductions, wounded and deaths among the Palestinian people.

The video below is taken on April 15, 2021 during the Israeli crackdown after Palestinians protested against the Passover provocation.

 

 

[not completed yet]

 

 


 

THE NEW ERA

 

WHAT TO EXPECT?

 

 

 

We begin with this headline:

This utter comes from Naftali Bennet, who Raisi also labeld as 'hang-man president'. This is already inaccurate as the Iranian hard-liner didn't hang anyone while being president. He just became a newly fresh "chosen" president on June 19, 2021. It becomes different when you call, for example, Kim Yong Un a 'little rocket man' (Trump) as that is correct. Because, rockets are still made under his tyranny.

Zionism is an ideology that holds the creation of Jewish state, while also viewed as a movement tend to promote a certain interest, which the creation of a Jewish state is.

Nationalism is an ideology that holds that the nation should be as one with the state. Some people view nationalism as a movement by saying that it tends to promote the interests of a particular nation, especially with the aim of gaining and maintaining the nation's sovereignty over its homeland. However, that is a description which tells how the ideology of nationalism is brought into practice.

However, 'movement' is bringing people together to form a group in order to represent themselves as followers of a certain cause, belief, view or opinion.

Ultraism is a term containing the word "ultra". In the context of our pages, "ultra" is beyond what is ordinary, proper, or moderate, and is synonymous to excessive. -ism at the end is a suffix to indicate that the word represents a specific practice belonging to an ideology.

You can't go beyond something if you're not fanatic in what you believe. However, your bodily system have to produce a notable amount of chemical substances to let you think and believe fanatic. The more it does, the more you get extreme, which is the same to fanatic. Fanaticism is synonymous to extremism. Ultra is here the most intense form of fanaticism or extremism.

Now, Zionism is roughly saying about following the cause of creating own land for your own sort of people. Nationalism is roughly saying holding 'nation' and 'state' as one. But, one cannot happen without the other. That is why we view the Israeli version of nationalism as an offshoot from Zionism. However, if you look at the parties having formed Naftali Bennett's party Yamina, you find both Zionism and nationalism but in an ultra form. 

So, who is Bennett to say that Raisi, Iran's next hard-liner president, is an extremist while you've just could read what Israeli ultraism is. Bennett fails to realize that he have divorced from reality in his own ways of doing as his politics is no other than religionizing of an ideology while Raisi resorts in politicization of a religion

 

 

 

 

[to be continued]