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The continuing refugee crisis in Palestine: from Nakba of 1948 to Sheikh Jarrah in 2022

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Palestinians leaving their home after massacres of the Zionist gangs in Palestine in 1948

The continuing refugee crisis in Palestine: from Nakba of 1948 to Gaza  to sheikh jarrah in 2022

According to the data of the United Nations Relief and Works Agency for Palestine Refugees in the Near East (UNRWA), Palestinians remain one of the largest and longest-suffering groups of displaced people, and they are the second-largest refugee population worldwide.

The Palestinian refugee crisis began with the declaration of the establishment of the State of Israel on the occupied Palestinian territories in 1948.  The creation of Isreal in 1948 was a violent process that involved forcing hundreds of thousands of Palestinians from their homes.0

Also Read: The most brutal massacres of the “Zionist gangs” in Palestine in 1948

 By the first half of 1949, at least 750,000 Palestinians were forcibly expelled from their homes.  Palestinians call this mass eviction the Nakba (catastrophe).
most Palestinian refugees lived in refugee camps across Jordan, Lebanon, Syria, the west bank, and Gaza strip, refugees lived in 59 registered camps ten of which were established after the 6 days war in 1967, as a result of Israel’s occupation of the West Bank and Gaza Strip, another wave of displacement occurred.  The Israeli army expelled 460,000 Palestinians from the West Bank and Gaza Strip, according to Arab League data, and about 230,000 of them were refugees in 1948, who lived in refugee camps in the West Bank and Gaza.

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Unfortunately, the loss of the Palestinian homeland and the theft of their property continues in 2022, while the world stands by and does nothing.  Here we review some details for those who are not familiar with the current displacement issue.

The sheikh jarrah neighbourhood

Sheikh Jarrah neighbourhood is considered one of the most important residential areas in occupied Jerusalem it’s located north of the old city of Jerusalem.  It was built in 1956 under an agreement signed between UNRWA and the Jordanian government (the West Bank was under the control of the Jordanian state at the time).  After the Nakba of 1948, 28 displaced families settled in Sheikh Jarrah in 1956, hoping that they would never be forced to leave their homes again and face the same fate they faced in 1950  Nevertheless, the Israeli courts approved the decision to evict several families from the neighbourhood as a new kind of Nakba on a daily basis.

Also Read: “Jewish State”: A Nazi Concept Implying another final Nakba

 Now, more than 3,000 Palestinians are in danger of being displaced from their lands again.

Israeli settlers started taking over sheikh jarrah’s homes.  This violation did not stop yet.  In May 2021, the Israeli District Court in East Jerusalem approved a decision to evict six Palestinian families from their homes in the Sheikh Jarrah neighbourhood, in favour of Israeli settlers.  Consequently, the Palestinians are displaced over and over again.  The Palestinians are already aware that this continued “legal” violation will force them all to leave their homes and move elsewhere.

Negev desert

The Negev desert occupies 40% of the area of ​​historical Palestine. In the Negev desert, there are 7 recognized Arab communities. The Negev desert lacks the infrastructure of health, roads, education, electricity and water.

Also Read: Israel threats Palestinian water sources

As part of the attempts to survey the Palestinian presence in the Negev, the authorities of the Israeli government granted the Bedouins in the Negev Israeli citizenship but did not recognize their ownership over the 13 million dunams owned by the Negev residents.  Stealing their lands and erasing their identity.

The Negev is subjected to continuous attempts of displacement. With the establishment of the State of Israel and the Palestinian Nakba in 1948, the occupation forced nearly 100,000 Bedouins to leave the Negev region, and most of them turned into refugees in Jordan, the besieged Gaza Strip and the occupied West Bank areas, especially the areas of Hebron, the Jordan Valley and Jerusalem.

Also Read: Visiting Jerusalem: Would it be a mere dream for Gazans living under the Israeli military siege?

In 1976, Ariel Sharon, who later became Prime Minister of Israel, established a special governmental unit “Green Patrols” whose goal was to make life difficult for Bedouins in the Negev and was part of the Ministry of Agriculture and was formed to guard “state lands, protect them from the Bedouins, and control them.”

 This special unit came to fight the Palestinian Bedouins in the Negev. These “green patrols” confiscated the Bedouins’ livestock, demolished their tents, and imposed fines on them under the pretext of grazing in a “closed military zone”.

 The impossibility to obtain building permits in Jerusalem

Unfortunately, Israel did not stop stealing Palestinian property, but it began to make it difficult for Palestinians to live in Jerusalem, to force them to leave.

A large number of Palestinians tend to build homes, shops and other facilities on their lands in East Jerusalem without obtaining a building permit from the Israeli municipality, Then the municipality gives the Palestinians two options either they demolish their own house themselves, or the municipality demolishes their homes at the expense of the Palestinian.

Also Read: Israel is and will always be a crime against humanity

According to the Jerusalem municipality, 44 homes were demolished in East Jerusalem by the first half of the year, including homes demolished by their owners.  While the figures of the United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs in the occupied Palestinian territory indicate the demolition of 81 facilities in the east of the city in the same period, 44 of which were demolished by their owners.

The Palestinians say that the demolition policy aims to force them to leave the city of Jerusalem.

Airstrikes and destroying houses in Gaza

In Gaza strip, the situation is different Israel is targeting Gaza strip with bombardment Gaza is not only one of the most densely populated areas in the world, but is already under the weight of a humanitarian catastrophe, one of the causes of which is the siege imposed by Israel for 14 years on two million Palestinians, Gaza who live in extreme poverty, While Israel bombs residential facilities, schools and hospitals in Gaza, which kills civilians, including children, women and defenceless elderly.

Also Read: Israel having free season on Palestinian civilians including Children and Journalists

Young people are leaving Gaza City and seeking refuge in European countries in search of a safer, more stable and dignified life

The methods of displacing the Palestinians from their land vary, but the goal is the same, which is to increase the number of Israeli settlers on Palestinian lands.


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The Tunisian fans holding a huge banner of Free Palestine in Qatar World Cup FIFA 2022

Almost every match of the Qatar 2022 World Cup has witnessed signs of having Palestine entrenched in the heart of World Cup’s fans by either raising the Palestinian flag, wearing a Palestinian kufiyah or chanting slogans in solidarity with the people of Palestine. Palestine is a kind of country that is physically absent but spiritually present in the heart of the World Cup in Qatar. There is hardly a match, event, or promotional activity without the presence of the Palestinian flag, even though its team does not participate in the tournament. This edition of the World Cup tournaments is, by all means, different and holds significant importance since its beginning 92 years ago for the Arabs and the Palestinians. Since the beginning of the tournaments, Palestinians have been looking forward to spreading awareness about their suffering and getting their voice heard on a large scale.

What is in the heart, is in the heart

Arabs’ unity at its best in supporting Palestinians is present in a chilling way in the Mondial. This is almost the first time for Muslims, Arabs, and especially Palestinians to have their powerful platform to speak aloud. They need to speak loudly about their suffering in the largest gathering ever. The Palestinian flag has been flown with pride at stadiums across Doha since the tournament kicked off.

The unifying power of football has been unmistakably displayed, with Palestinians eager to throw their support behind Arab teams upsetting football’s international elite. On the other hand, Arabs have also shown signs of solidarity with the Palestinians during the tournaments. “My friends and I have been exchanging videos posted online showing Arab people waving the Palestinian flag, it’s a testament that we are one and Palestine is alive in the hearts and minds of all Arabs,” a fan said.   Furthermore, Arab activists on “Twitter” launched a campaign to boycott companies supporting the “Israeli” occupation, and widely raised Palestinian flags during the World Cup Qatar 2022. Beautifully, Tunisian fans chanted for Palestine and raised the Palestinian flag outside the stadiums beautifully displaying Palestine entrenched in the heart of the World Cup.

Tunisian fans singing for Palestine ” the beloved Palestine” song

A light-up message “Gaza is in our hearts” appears at a building during the FIFA World Cup.

Qatar encapsulates timeless universal solidarity with Palestine

It is not surprising to see the Qatari fans’ support for the Palestinians in the Mondial. On top of all supporting countries, Qatar has always shown solidarity with the Palestinian question whether spiritually or financially. Significantly, Qatar has seized the chance not only to spread Islamic culture and history but also the Palestinian question as well. Likewise, a Qatari man filmed a video on social media showing him distributing Palestinian armbands.

Several Qataris wore armbands featuring a pro-Palestinian design at the Mondial, according to photos posted on Twitter. The armbands bore the black-and-white design of the kufiyah scarf that is synonymous with the Palestinian cause. They were an apparent response to players and officials protesting FIFA’s players who wear the gay armband on the pitch. On top of all of that, Winterhill Hospitality, the official Qatar 2022 FIFA World Cup hospitality-booking site, has put ‘Occupied Palestinian territories’ as a country option, without mentioning ‘Israel’ on its list. Moreover, it launched a popular campaign called “The Palestinian Dream” in Qatar. It aims to raise awareness of the Palestinian cause and the crimes of the occupation. It also has another aim: taking advantage of the major global event “World Cup”.

In addition, a Qatari man appeared in a video refusing to talk to an Israeli reporter as a way of showing solidarity with the Palestinian cause. Not only him, but also many Qataris showed refusing to interact with Israeli reporters. They also held the Palestinian flags high in every street, car, and stadium.

Pro-Palestinian fans refusing to interact with the Israeli media

Israel is hopelessly isolated as Palestine is entrenched in the heart of the masses

As a sign and a result of showing solidarity with Palestinians, the masses have hopelessly outcasted and isolated Israeli media in front of the world. The Israeli media appeared isolated amidst large numbers of Arab fans. Whenever knowing their Israeli identity and hear their broken Arab accent, pro-Palestinians rally around them with dozens of Palestinian flags. For more, click here. “We feel hated, surrounded by hostility and unwanted,” an Israeli journalist said. Another Israeli reporter interviewing a Saudi fan burst into anger shouting that “Israel stays for doomsday.” This is a sign of covering up the distress and anger in which he is. This Mondial has proved the hatred of Arabs, Muslims, and some Westerners worldwide for the Israelis. A Saudi fan was overwhelmed in a video telling an Israeli reporter that he is not welcome here.

Saudi fan confronts an Israeli reporter in Qatar World Cup 2022

As a result, Israeli media started to flounder for being a redundant intolerable guest. “After a while, we decided to claim we were Ecuadorian when someone would ask us where we were from,” an Israeli reporter said. Read more on this: Is anti-Semitism essential for the survival and growth of Zionism and Jewish peoplehood?

Israeli reporter denies he’s from Israel after being spotted by a football fan at the World Cup in Qatar.

The Yemeni, Saudi, and Tunisian masses gave a harsh lesson to the Israeli journalist Jay Hochmann. This happened when he stood among their groups to impose himself among them, so they cheered “Palestine”. Furthermore, Yediot Ahrnot said that their coverage of the World Cup showed the magnitude of the Arabs’ hatred of Israel. It also noted that Iranian, Qatari, Jordanian, Moroccan, Syrian, Lebanese, and Egyptian fans were looking at them with hate looks.

General view

Summing up, it is the instinct of Arabic peoples to show such solidarity with Palestinians. All the presented signs show that Palestine is entrenched in the heart of World Cup fans. Through their unity and awareness, the Palestinian question is strongly dominant in the scene. Most importantly, let us not forget the enormous efforts of Qatar of supporting Palestinians in all circumstances. One of the most critical factors to make full benefit of the Qatar World Cup in support of the Palestinian cause is to communicate directly with match commentators, presenters, and influencers. This can be via television, radio channels, or social media sites to highlight, talk about, and address the Palestinian issue during their comments on the games.

In addition to the need to interact on social media sites via several tags, most notably Palestine in the World Cup, to get the issue to the extreme and the most significant gatherings. This interaction proved that the question of Palestine is still alive and still entrenched in the hearts of all Arabs and Islamic peoples in the World Cup. Qatar World Cup FIFA has become the main platform to convey the Palestinian question to the whole world. On the other hand, negligence and outcast, at least, are what Israelis got due to their bloody deeds against Palestinians. From our platform, we announce our support for Qatar and the Palestinian question as well.

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Is anti-Semitism essential for the survival and growth of Zionism and Jewish peoplehood?

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Is anti-Semitism essential for the survival and growth of Zionism and Jewish peoplehood?

Unlike any other state around the world, Israel is constantly whining about its international image being tarnished and unfairly sullied. The apartheid entity routinely blames “anti-Semites”  for ” seeking constantly to lynch the Jewish state’s image.” Israeli Hasbara (propaganda) doctors would voice all sorts of unreasonable and preposterous “rationales” to explain the utter lack of love for the pariah state among the peoples of the world.

Israel, which the late American evangelist Jerry Falwell referred to as “the nation-state of the Lord” has effectively been transformed in the eyes of the bulk of humanity into the nation-state of the devil.  Well, but even the devil itself is probably learning “useful” lessons from Israel.

While insisting that Israel’s ugly image suffers due to anti-Semitism, not Israel’s abominable behaviour in occupied Palestine, the professional twisters of truth would eventually invoke the mantra that “boys will always be boys and goys will always be goys”! (goys or goyem is a derogatory Jewish term for non-Jews)

Israel firsters, whose Chutzpah often transcends reality,  would never attribute the sullied image of the apartheid entity to its unceasing and unmitigated crimes against the helpless Palestinians. We all know that not a single day passes without a Palestinian boy, child, woman, worker, farmer, doctor, student or journalist getting murdered or maimed by the Gestapo-like Israeli army or the even more murderous paramilitary Jewish settlers all over the Occupied West Bank.

We kill them knowingly

Israeli officials and spokespersons are well aware of the  utmost gravity of these crimes. However, they would argue that these crimes, however nefarious and barbarian, should not lead to tarnishing Israel’s image.

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Moreover, the Zionists would argue that international critics of Israel’s  “actions” are guilty of singling Israel out for their scathing criticisms, while conveniently ignoring other villains on the world’s arena, such as Russia, the Syrian regime, and even the U.S. and its allies who killed and maimed thousands of innocent people in places like Iraq and Afghanistan.

Being hated is essential to being Zionist

Yes, the Zionists do admit, though begrudgingly,  that they indulge in all sorts of heinous crimes, including crimes against humanity, against the Palestinians.

Generally speaking, the Zionists don’t claim that these crimes are correct and ethical, although religious Talmudic settlers thugs, such as Ben Gvir and Smotrich, who won recent Israeli elections, would cite numerous quotations from the Torah and Talmud “proving” the utter morality and perfect legitimacy of these crimes, including burning Palestinian kids alive.!

Read Also: The fanatic Zionist and me: Truth versus arrogance of power

None the less, the Zionists would insist that Israel has the right to defend itself as if self-defence justified an evil military occupation, dehumanizing repression and humiliating apartheid for over half a century. One settler leader from the settlement of Kiryat Arba near Hebron had the audacity to say “if Joshua did exterminate the Canaanites, why can’t we do the same to the Palestinians”?

A little story that speaks volumes

Exposed and demoralized before the entire world, Zionist spokespersons would reveal, often inadvertently,  one of the most outrageous aspects of their collective evil mindset. A few days ago, an Israeli right-wing activist wrote in Ynet  that Jews can survive only if they are hated by Goyem, but in order to be hated, Jews must indulge in every evil act in order to draw hateful reactions from non-Jews.”

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I really had thought that perhaps only a small esoteric Jewish cult did indulge in this strange behaviour.  But then a friend intimated to me a little secret.  He told me a story he said he had heard from his father who died many years ago. According to the friend, when Arab kids in a given Palestinian town were playing near the small local  Jewish neighbourhood, the mother of the only Jewish kid who was playing with them, gave the Arab kids some sweets and a few piasters , asking them to hit and curse her own kid!.  I remembered this little story when a Zionist settler activist told me during an internet chat  recently  that “we need to be hated in order to survive as Jews.”

Some audacious rabbis would privately explain such bizarre behaviour by arguing that if Jews found absolute love and acceptance by non-Jews, they would eventually assimilate and perish as a people.

In other words, anti-Semitism is essential for the survival and growth of Zionism and Jewish peoplehood! One Israeli rabbi reportedly argued that if there were no anti-Semitism, it would be the moral and religious duty of the Jews to create “some” anti-Semitism to make Jews feel that they are different”!

Startling Open Secret

This startling open-secret should explain the fact that numerous trumped-up anti-Semitic incidents, including torching synagogues,  scrawling anti-Jewish graffiti, and vandalizing Jewish grave headstones are often committed  by Jews, not anti-Semites! Just ask Law-enforcement authorities in the U.S. and UK, and they would tell you some shocking stories in this regard.

And, yes, there are numerous rabbis and Talmudic sages who would argue that Jews will not survive and prosper if they were readily accepted and loved by goyem, since such cordiality and friendliness would lead to slackness, integration assimilation and ultimate extinction of Jews . Jews in America are often cited as a classical example. Due to their complete integration into the  American society, most American  Jews blended completely and thoroughly,  melting away into the general fabric of American life, leaving themselves,  their children and their grandchildren only nominally Jewish.

In light, Jews must accordingly show off their brutal ugliness and evilness to  Goyem in order to generate a certain amount of anti-Semitism which would be highly beneficial, useful and even vital for Jewish survival and growth.

There is absolutely no doubt that  Israel’s 75-year-old ongoing holocaust against the Palestinians can be explained, at least in part, in light of this criminal mentality, which actually constitutes a creed and ideology for millions of Zionist Jews.

Some readers, stunned by the utter shamelessness and diabolic oddity of this mentality might be prompted to think that the author of this article is perhaps exaggerating and blowing things out of proportion.

But there is no exaggeration here. I remember the late American Jewish author Alfred Lilienthal quoting a Zionist rabbi in his masterpiece-book, the Zionist Connection, as saying that “a little anti-Semitism is always useful since it reminds us of who we are.”!  

Chasing the Mirage of the desert

Today, Israel and its tails, mouthpieces and allies in the U.S. and some European countries are fighting an anti-Semitism that doesn’t really exist except in the sick mindsets of Zionist leaders. Thus, every legitimate criticism of the brutal Israeli occupation, including the apartheid regime in the West Bank, is twisted to imply hated for Jews. 

Read also: Israel Has No Right to Exist if Palestine Has No Right to Exist

The Zionists would argue cunningly and tendentiously that opposing Israel is opposing Jewish self-determination. They conveniently ignore the fact that Israel’s right to exist is inextricably entwined with Palestine’s right to exist and the Palestinians’ right to self-determination. And. Yes, Israel has no right to exist as a criminal entity, practising open-ended occupation and apartheid and indulging in all forms of repression and savagery against a people whose only “crime”  is nothing other than being non-members in the “chosen-tribe club” So, let the Zionists chase the mirage of the desert for as long as they wish.

In the final analysis, humanity is under no legal or moral obligation to accept, condone or tolerate Jewish apartheid in Palestine  than it was to accept the apartheid of the former White supremacist regime in South Africa. Meanwhile the Zionists may seek to vent their endless frustration at humanity by threatening to unleash their stale scarecrow of anti-Semitism in the face of critics. It is too late for them. The peoples of the world have already wakened up.  The magic has been annulled! and we will continue to tell the truth about the evil entity even if telling the truth is perceived as anti-Semitic

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Is Zionism Truly Anti-Nazism?

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In its rabid efforts to demonize Israel’s Palestinian victims, the Zionist propaganda machine, known as Hasbara, repeatedly cites a famous meeting between Palestinian national leader Hajj Amin Husseini, and German  Führer Adolph Hitler in 1941, as an “indicting evidence” proving Palestinian collaboration with the Nazis.  In fact, Zionist propagandists weaved and continue to weave all sorts of farfetched tales concerning that inconsequential meeting. 

In fact, the Zionist machine of mendacity would go as far as claiming that the Palestinians bear a major share of responsibility for the Holocaust as a result of that meeting.

The real truth, however, is that such nefarious lies, though perfectly characteristic of the classical Zionist discourse, are knowingly used to mitigate the brutal ugliness of the ongoing Zionist holocaust against the Palestinian people.

Read also : Israel Has No Right to Exist if Palestine Has No Right to Exist

In fact, the vast majority of Palestinians in the 1930s and early 1940s, probably knew next to nothing about Germany. Palestine then was under the harsh  British occupation, known as the mandate, whose ultimate goal was to prepare the country for the establishment of the malignant racist entity known as Israel.

Very few Palestinians visited Germany during that period,  and, similarly, very few Germans visited Palestine, probably with the exception of a small number of orientalists, anthropologists, archaeologists and missionaries.

Hence, the claim that the Palestinians who were languishing under an British military occupation did have particularly friendly ties with the Germans can’t withstand academic scrutiny for two minutes.

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Yes, most Palestinians hated their British occupiers who were actually devising one of the greatest crimes against humanity of all times against a simple, pastoral and unsophisticated  peasant community.

We hated our British tormentors…and we still do

I don’t deny the possibility that many Palestinian nationalists of that time might have wished victory for Germany and defeat for the British. Such feelings are quite normal and natural, to say the very least. But to interpret the Palestinian anti-British feelings as  support for the  Holocaust would be tantamount to fornicating with the truth and historical facts.

Besides, the Zionist movement then, as now, had a big clout on British policy makers. Hence it was quite logical and expedient for Palestinian leaders of that time to seek support for their just cause from Britain’s main foe, namely Germany. This didn’t mean at all that the Palestinians backed or identified  Germany’s racist Nazi ideology or, indeed,  its purported plans to  exterminate.

Zionism had good chemistry with the Nazis prior to the Holocaust

There is a preponderance of  crucial data pertaining to Zionist collaboration and cooperation

With the Nazi leadership, although the Nazi anti-Semitism policy had been well-known since 1933. Yet the Zionists, either directly or otherwise, maintained an extensive though secret contacts with the Nazi authorities, though the Zionist aim beyond these contacts was mainly to expedite the Zionist scheme in Palestine, rather than save or free Jews from the genocidal clutches of German anti-Semitism.

In the context of these contacts between Zionists and the Nazi authorities, the Nazis showed a certain willingness to allow hundreds of thousands of Jews to emigrate to the U.S. and other countries in return for certain tactical concessions from the allied countries. This meant that hundreds of thousands of Jews could have been spared gas ovens and concentration camps had the German demands been met. But the Zionist movement, which exerted disproportionate influence on American and British leaders, especially in relation to Jewish issues, adamantly refused the German overtures, with some Zionist leaders arguing that 50,000 Jews going to Palestine were preferred to a million  Jews allowed to emigrate to North America.

Jewish soldiers serving in German armies

According to some Jewish historians, thousands of Jewish soldiers served in the German armed forces, including the Wehrmacht, SS and the Gestapo. The Judenrate (Jewish councils) were administered at the low and medium levels buy Jewish officers. The late Israeli historian, Israel Shahak, pointed out that Jewish families in Nazi-occupied Eastern Europe feared Jewish soldiers manning Nazi-roadblocks more than they did German or other soldiers. The Jewish soldiers were especially harsh and brutal to their co-religionists, probably to impress their German superiors.

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Modern Zionist propagandists, even historians, strive to avoid or evade such embarrassing chapters of that era. They flatly deny that thousands of Jewish soldiers served in the Nazi armed forces, claiming that these soldiers were only partly Jewish and that most of them had Jewish fathers and non-Jewish mothers. In short, they employ the Same twisted arguments in dismissing this phenomenon as some ardent Zionists  do in denying the presumed  non-Semitic Origin of the bulk of Ashkenazi Jews.

 I am speaking about prevarication, decontextualizing event, making sweeping generalizations out of rare or isolated events as well as indulging in sheer lies,  while hurling the ant-Semitic scare-bomb at those disagreeing with the Zionist narrative, even if these people happened to be Jewish or even Holocaust survivors such Shahak and Zeev  Sternhell.  

Stalin’s Jewish aides

Although, Adolph Hitler is widely viewed as the most evil mass murderer in the history of mankind, it is probably safe to argue that Joseph Stalin was more nefarious a murder, given the huge number of his direct and indirect victims.

According to some estimates, Stalin was directly or indirectly responsible for the death of 6 million to 20 million people during his prolonged rule.

The huge number of victims occurred as a result of unrelenting political executions or indirectly as a result of Stalin’s policies such as the Gulags and other induced famines, collective deportations, and his sustained campaign of purges which lasted more than two decades.

Some of Stalin’s most diabolic crimes included the attempted physical liquidation of entire social classes, induced famines which caused the death of millions, the Gulags and  the deportation of the Crimea Tatars and other ethnic peoples The Soviet authorities used cattle trains to deport these mostly Muslim peoples, mainly children, women and the elderly to Uzbek SSR and other remote destinations. Thousands died during the deportation journey while tens of thousands perished later due to the harsh exile.

Most Western historians evade  or ignore the fact that many of these gigantic crimes were supervised and carried out by Stalin’s Jewish aides who directly reported to Stalin.

I know that very few people would venture to sale in these “uncharted waters” for fear of being accused of hostility to Jews.

None the less,  Zionist Jews must realize that they are not exactly history’s  angelic victims and that they do have much to be ashamed of.  

Good chemistry between Israeli and fascist governments

 Today, Israel, which claims to follow a principled policy against fascism and racism anywhere in the world, is maintaining close, even cordial working relations with fascist regimes and groups around the world.

Israel is maintaining close ties, bordering on actual alliance, with the BJP regime in India. Needless to say, this regime is deeply racist, scandalously  Islamophobic and hopelessly fascist. It is a regime that upholds the racist mantra that “to be a true Indian, you must be a true Hindu and thoroughly anti-Islamic.” This mantra is an identical copy of the racist Israeli Nationalism Law  which states that  ” in order to be a complete citizen of the state of Israel, one must be Jewish.”  It is also worth mentioning, that the Israeli domestic intelligence agency, the  Shin Bet, has advised the Indian security apparatus to adopt some of the most vengeful measures used against Palestinians, and  use these tactics against Indian Muslims. This includes the widely condemned practice  of home demolition, which is already being used in some Indian states like Ultra-Pradesh.

In Europe, Israel has good ties with the new fascist regime in Italy, which has assured Zionist circles that Italian fascism would target Muslims, not Jews. Israel also has excellent ties with the quasi-fascist regime of Hungary.

Moreover, Israel has also had and continues to have warm relations with anti-Islam movements in Britain, Germany,  France, Sweden and Netherland.  These racist movements are disguised as anti-immigrant movements although Islam and Muslims are their ultimate target.  A few years ago, Dutch  far-right anti-Islam politician Geert wilders was invited to Israel  where he was warmly welcomed by the Israel government. Wilders eventually converted to Islam to the chagrin of his former Zionist friends. His conversion to the religion he had hated most stunned Islamophobic and Zionist circles in Europe and Israel.

And in America, Israel has had cordial ties with Evangelical Zionists who support, soul and heart, Israel’s  repression of the Palestinians, although some Zionist Jews don’t hesitate to call Jesus Christ  “the Hitler of Bethlehem.”

The same thing can be said about every fascist leader under the sun, who is  usually courted by Israel and encouraged to pursue his or her anti-Islam  discourse.

Conclusion:

So, the next time you hear or watch a Zionist spokesperson accuse the Palestinians of collaborating with the Nazis,  you should immediately realize that you are encountering  a sly liar.  In the final analysis, Israel itself is now considered one of the world’s main hotbeds of fascism, especially after recent elections which brought to the fore Nazi-like parties which consider non-Jews lesser or infra human beings. Don’t be bamboozled by their  lies.  Such values as truth, honesty and justice don’t exist in the unholy Bible of Zionism

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