Pass this on especially to your non-Jewish friends

Actually, pass it onto J-Street, Ameinu and all the left wingers who think you can TALK to these “things”.

When the word radicalisation comes up, send this video (from memri). Ask them what Australia has to do with this savage stream of religion.

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Make no mistake my friends, this is the work of Mahmoud Abbas and his predecessors and is a direct result of the profoundly failed Oslo Accords.

Author: pitputim

I'm a computer science professor in Melbourne, Australia. I skylark as the band leader/singer for the Schnapps band. My high schooling was in Chabad and I continued at Yeshivat Kerem B'Yavneh in Israel.

3 thoughts on “Pass this on especially to your non-Jewish friends”

  1. When the Oslo agreement was signed in 1993, I admit that I was optimistic; optimistic in the fact I thought there would be
    genuinely lasting peace in Israel. If Yitzhak Rabin was not assassinated and subsequently carried on with peace negotiations,
    there might’ve been some semblance of hope. however remote that may have been. Looking back at it now, my guess would be that the signing of the Oslo agreement was more of an exercise in hope and expectation than an exercise in knowing that peace was an absolute certainty. Two weeks ago, in the Jewish News, there was a question (vox populi) which asked whether there would ever be lasting peace in Israel, the vast majority answered that lasting peace would never be reached and that doesn’t surprise me.
    That doesn’t surprise me because the collective name for the Palestinian people, in which we known now, used to be known as Palishtim or Philistines and in that sense, the satisfaction in the knowledge that the Philistines were the exact opposite
    to that of the Israelities in behaviour and in the sense of being

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    1. I am not aware that the Pelishtim are the Palestinians. The latter is a modern name, as is Jordan, which is made up of a majority of Palestinian Arabs.
      Do not forget that there are Palestinian Jews, and these are Jews who lived in the are later called Palestine. It is not a euphemism for ARAB

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  2. OK, I made an error in history and in that, I profusely and honestly apologise for that error. I honestly thought that was the case.
    However, the fact remains that the Palestinians have a completely different mindset to that of the Israelis and of Klall Israel overall.
    Until that mindset of the Palestinian can be reversed. I’m afraid there’ll never be peace

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