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Author:  Purple Tang [ Tue Feb 03, 2009 2:45 pm ]
Post subject:  Who brought terrorism to Palestine?

I'll start by saying that studying the Middle East is like falling into a black hole with no bottom. It is almost impossible to find objective analysis for one thing. Very few are capable of objectivity when looking at Judaism, Zionist Christianity, and Islam.

Have you heard of the Irgun? Pioneers in Palestinian terrorism. They introduced the concept of the passenger getting on the bus...with a bomb on their back. The original Zionist terrorist organization.

Wikipedia has many limitations but is someties useful. Here is a link to introduce you:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_Ir ... _the_1930s


"Irgun was a political predecessor to Israel's right-wing Herut (or "Freedom") party, which led to today's Likud party. Likud has led or been part of most Israeli governments since 1977."


Many analysts note the Likud party is also disproportionately running American politics. Much through the all powerful Israeli lobby.

So we have...terrorists fighting terrorism.
Descendants of the pioneers of neo terrorism calling the shots on fighting this war.

Is the fox guarding the hen house?

Author:  Purple Tang [ Tue Feb 03, 2009 3:19 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: Who brought terrorism to Palestine?

http://www.etzel.org.il/english/index.html

You do not have to install the Hebrew language pack. Just click cancel.


Here we have some history that attempts to reach further back. I was not surprised to see the letter from Balfour to ............ Lord Rothschild.




Is it not a bit presumptuous to preface a name with "Lord"?


I would not be grounded at all if people called me Lord Tang. lol

Author:  Catherine [ Tue Feb 03, 2009 4:36 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: Who brought terrorism to Palestine?

:lol: You would probably require "MISTER" Lord Tang! :lol:

I wonder...will Natanyahu be a good or bad influence? If I remember correctly, he wasn't popular before but I can't remember if it was because he was peaceful or a drum beater. (And I'm too lazy to look it up on this snowy and cold afternoon! :P )

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