Palestinian Authority promotes well-poisoning blood libel

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    Jun 21, 2016 4:42 PM GMT
    http://www.jpost.com/Arab-Israeli-Conflict/MK-Eichler-targeted-in-Hamas-blood-libel-457258Palestinian Authority promotes well-poisoning blood libel

    Hamas official mistakenly identifies MK Eichler as non-existent rabbi who called to poison Palestinian water supply.

    The Palestinian Authority’s Foreign Ministry revived the well-worn blood libel of Jews poisoning wells this week.

    The PA’s Foreign Ministry released a statement on Sunday citing a supposed ruling by a “Rabbi Mlmad” authorizing Israelis to poison Palestinian wells.

    The Palestinian Foreign Ministry also accused Israel of cutting off water to West Bank Palestinians, a false accusation that was debunked last week.

    False accusations of poisoning wells have been used to inflame violence against Jews since as early as the Middle Ages.

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    Jun 22, 2016 5:01 AM GMT
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    Jun 22, 2016 4:10 PM GMT
    mwolverine saidPallywood: fake news revealed (From CBS News 60-Minutes)
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    I don't recall the thread but love the comment by whomever deleted their account "I suppose it is the week for resurrections...." as I can picture a few guys from back then who might have said that but I don't know now which it was.

    And I see you are quoting there sxydrk guy, who I believe used to be sam's name. If him, I see him as a guy who probably has a good heart, though it can be lead astray by his tendencies towards naiveté. So I can understand him having posted the piece you quote & comment upon. I'd hope he'd learn from that.

    Putting aside, not him, but scummy fucks who would never have the balls to call out real bullshit but who would seek to silence those who do, that someone in this day and age--when you'd think we're somewhat beyond medieval matzo make believe--would present as real this horror of a fantasy and then to think, as I presume GymFreak had, that anyone would ever take him as any sort of an honest purveyor of truth: not happening. In his twisted as fuck head, maybe, but in the real world of men, never.
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    Jun 22, 2016 7:49 PM GMT
    In the 1990s, Yitzhak Rabin taught Israel that "you make peace with your enemy, not with your friend".
    That mantra would replace "we don't negotiate with terrorists" in the Israeli consciousness.

    There was no mirror image in the Arab world, where the incitement against Israel and Jews persists.

    Thus 16 years ago, at Camp David, Arafat walked out on a good peace deal, "having said no to everything" (to quote then President Clinton) and without making any counter-offer. His explanation? "I invite you to my funeral". If he made peace, he would be killed by his own people.

    Could that be because of Arafat's own declarations such as "a million martyrs marching on Jerusalem"... to a crowd that knew that "the road to Jerusalem runs through Haifa"? Because of the constant vilification of Israel in the PA media - and in textbooks? (None of which even showed Israel on the map.)

    The mentality persists to this day. The majority (65%!) of Palestinian Arabs (PCPSR March 2016) believe that violence and terrorism benefit them in a way that negotiations do not. Huh?! icon_eek.gif

    They violently reject peace, state their violence benefits them, and then whine they are the victims when it fails? icon_rolleyes.gif

    Maybe it's time their leaders lead them to peace rather than violence?
    Maybe it's time they give peace a chance?

    Let's talk peace: The two-state solution
    http://www.realjock.com/gayforums/4180210
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    Jun 22, 2016 8:41 PM GMT
    Actually, none-too self-aware Jewish settler terrorists in the West Bank make a habit of poisoning Palestinian wells and burning their crops.

    It is as if a bunch of real-life Italian settlers were to invade Palestine, stuff their mouths full of tissue paper, don fedora hats, snappy suits and dark shades, and start bumping off Palestinians refusing to pay protection money. icon_rolleyes.gif
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    Jun 22, 2016 10:35 PM GMT
    Did Palestinians Destroy Their Own Olive Trees and Then Blame Israel? Settlers Say They Have the Video to Prove it
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    While the shift toward making peace with your enemy in Israel wasn't paralleled amongst the Arabs, this is a subset of a larger problem.
    Prof. Benny Morris:

    The shift in Zionist ideology from an ideologically pristine demand for all of Palestine to a sober acceptance of [compromise and] partition was not paralleled in the development of the Palestinian national movement. This asymmetry has underpinned the conflict since the 1930s.

    [Awaits personal attacks against Prof. Morris that have nothing to do with this subject thread, because we all know that a troll must seek to endlessly divert.]

    Edit: As usual, below he misrepresents Morris view on something completely unrelated and diverts with new material that has nothing to do with anything being discussed here. More on that subject can be found here:

    1947-1948: Arabs reject compromise and attack Israel
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    Jun 22, 2016 11:41 PM GMT
    No need for personal attacks.
    It is a matter of public record that Morris views the "ethnic cleansing" (his term) of Palestinians from Palestine to be a "greater good", which he parallels usefully with the extermination of the Native Americans, who had to make way for the "greater good" of the United States.

    The issue is settled by the fact that Ben-Gurion, the founder of the State of Israel, spoke of accepting the UN proposal in word only, citing the need to "abolish partition" (a tactic, not a goal) as late as 1947.
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    Jun 23, 2016 1:14 AM GMT
    mwolverine said...The mentality persists to this day. The majority (65%!) of Palestinian Arabs (PCPSR March 2016) believe that violence and terrorism benefit them in a way that negotiations do not. Huh?! icon_eek.gif

    They violently reject peace, state their violence benefits them, and then whine they are the victims when it fails? icon_rolleyes.gif

    Maybe it's time their leaders lead them to peace rather than violence?
    Maybe it's time they give peace a chance?

    Let's talk peace: The two-state solution
    http://www.realjock.com/gayforums/4180210


    This reminds me of the child, since grown to an adult who still insists that his parents were child abusers.

    He remembers his parents holding him down. He remembers his father throwing him to the ground or against the wall. He remembers his father punching him so hard it knocked him out. He remembers his parents as child abusers and he goes through all his life presenting himself as the victim of child abuse.

    Only what he doesn't remember is that he was a violent kid with destructive tendencies. He used to try to hurt himself and so his parents sometimes had to hold him down. He'd sometimes attack his father physically when asked to do a household chore and a few times his father had to knock the kid away. His father came home one day to find his child beating up on his mother so he knocked the kid out.

    But the kid grew up swearing to everyone that he had abusive parents. They used to hold him down and slam him against walls and one time dad knocked him out.