The Forgotten Refugees explores the history and destruction of Middle Eastern Jewish communities, some of which had existed for over 2,500 years. Featuring testimony from Jews who fled Egypt, Libya, Iraq and Yemen, these personal stories of refugees are interspersed with dramatic archival footage, including rescue missions of Yemenite and Iraqi Jews
“These are the striking similarities between the Serbs and the Jews. Serbia originally lost its province of Kosovo after being defeated in battle by the Muslim Turks at the Field of Blackbirds in June, 1389. Like the Jews, who in their 2,000 years of exile dreamed of restoring their ancient homeland and their holy city of Jerusalem from alien conquerors after losing it to the Romans, so too the Serbs dreamed of Kosovo and wove their folk music and national identity around the lost Serbian heartland….
Serbia and Israel must be supported by all who still cherish morality over political and economic expediency. Historical correctness must in all such cases trump so-called political correctness. As goes Serbia, so goes Israel.” — Victor Sharpe
After World War II death camps fell out of favor; the method was necessarily retired. A new means was devised. Exiled German Nazis recognized it immediately: exploiting Islam’s ancient animus towards the Jews. As the world was rebuilding from the war, these German “Patriots”, as they called themselves, and their sympathizers were regrouping, reorganizing, never losing sight of their objectives, and how they could achieve them.
The Holocaust–the Nazi Final Solution– was outsourced, revamped and repackaged. Today the extermination of the Jewish people is carried out under the guise of a Third World “resistance”, under the banner of the Nazi contrived “Palestinian” movement.
Gas chambers have given away to Arab girls and boys with knives, joined by men and women with axes, automobiles and suicide belts.
True. The number of victims, the kill ratio, fell off dramatically after the war (in fairness, one would be hard pressed to compete with the efficiency of Germany’s industrial scale death mills).
But, the extermination of Jews continued.
How is it possible that of 40,131 UN employees, a staggering 30,000 are ‘Palestinian’ ?
“Can Trump (assuming he wants to) transform US foreign policy in the Middle East? To get a sense for how difficult this might be, we must appreciate how traditional the pro-jihadi policy has been. (It wasn’t just Obama.)” — Professor Francisco Gil-White
Like the ancient Christian Orthodox communities in the Balkans who are now waking up to the fact that Trump (in league with his arch nemesis George Soros no less!) is energetically continuing the criminal policy of regional destabilization by promoting the creation of a greater Islamic Albania illegally carved out of Montenegro, Serbia, Greece and Macedonia, those who hoped for a meaningful change in U.S. foreign policy in the Middle East may be in for a sobering reality check.
Yusuf Ziya Pasha al-Khalidi was for ten years mayor of Jerusalem, where Jews were already the local majority. As a Muslim, an Arab and an Ottoman subject, he wrote (March 1, 1899) a letter opposing Zionism to the chief rabbi of France, Zadok Khan. Yusuf Pasha detailed why he thought Zionism impossible. But at the same time, he validated the Jewish claim to be aboriginal there: “Who can contest the rights of the Jews regarding Palestine? Good Lord, historically it is really your country!”