“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 Continue reading
“I’m here to argue, and I’m prepared to argue this for the rest of my life, that the Jews in this city are not settlers. They’re here as of right.
The Jews that are in this city are not wrongfully here. They’re here as of right.
And I’m referring to international law.”
“I am appalled, as a lawyer and a legal rights advocate, at the lack of justice done to the Jewish people…How dare they demand that all Jews leave Old Jerusalem and the rest of Judea and Samaria?” — Dr. Jacques P. Gauthier
Khamenei has been in contact with professional Holocaust deniers since the 1990s. In 2000, he invited Swiss Holocaust-denier Jürgen Graf to Tehran and received him in private audiences. French Holocaust-denier Roger Garaudy, a Stalinist who converted to Islam, was also feted in Tehran as “Europe’s’ greatest living philosopher.” It was with Khamenei’s support that former President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad set up a “Holocaust-research center” led by Muhammad-Ali Ramin, an Iranian functionary with links to German neo-Nazis who also organized annual “End of Israel” seminars. — Amir Taheri Continue reading
Published on Nov 5, 2014 Francisco Gil-White, doctor en antropología por la Universidad de California en Los Ángeles (UCLA), es autor de una teoría sobre los orígenes del racismo que ganó el New Investigator Prize de la prestigiada Human Behavior and Evolution Society. Colaboró con Shie Gilbert, el testigo de Shoá (Holocausto) más importante de … Continue reading
“At that time there were as many Serbs as Englishmen now. Today, there are ten time less Serbs than then.
Where are they? They died, protecting Europe…” Continue reading
The video dispels certain myths concerning the origin of the name ‘Palestine’ and of the ‘Arab Palestinians.’ It documents that the ‘Arab Palestinians’ are in fact mostly from other places, and migrated to what is now Israel at the same time as the Zionist Jews, many of them because of the economic boom that the Zionist Jews produced in what was then British Mandate Palestine. The Zionist Jews did not steal the “best” land from Arab landowners but in fact purchased abandoned desert and swamp land from absentee Arab landlords who were quite eager to sell. This was explained by Hajj Amin al Husseini himself. Husseini, father of the Palestinian movement, launched his fourth terrorist attack against the Jews of the Mandate in 1936-39. The violence was so great that the British sent a team to investigate. When questioned, Husseini admitted that the Zionist Jews had not stolen anybody’s land but in fact had bought it. In fact, Husseini had been among the major consolidators and sellers of land, and growing tremendously rich by it. Continue reading