There are Muslims in Israel for the same reason that there are Muslims in India. They are the remnants of a Muslim colonial regime that displaced and oppressed the indigenous non-Muslim population. The Muslim conquests and invasions are well-documented. The Muslim settlements fit every historical template of colonialism complete with importing a foreign population and social system that was imposed on the native population. Until they began losing wars to the indigenous Jewish population, the Muslim settlers were not ashamed of their colonial past, they gloried in it. Their historical legacy was based on seizing indigenous sites, appropriating them and renaming them after the new conquerors. Continue reading
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Tagged Christians, Gates of Vienna, ISIS, Islamic Terrorism, Israel, Jerusalem, Jews, jihad, Muslims, Palestine, Zionism
The bodies of three murdered Israeli teenagers, 19-year-old Eyal with his guitar, 16-year-old Gilad who had just finished a scuba diving course and 16-year-old Naftali who liked to play basketball, will be met by the same ghastly parade of pallbearers who accompany every victim of terrorism.
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Tagged Buddhists, Christians, Copts, cycle of violence, Eyal Yifrach, Gilad Shaar, Hamas, Hindus, Islam, Islamic state, Jews, Mohammedan conquerors, Muslim-supremacists, Muslims, Naftali Frenkel, Palestinian nationalism, settlements
Almost 1,400 days after President Barack Obama stood in front of former Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak and hundreds of leaders from the Arab world in Cairo he is finally making his way to Israel.
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Tagged 2009 Cairo speech, Arab world, Arab-Israeli conflict, Arabs, Christians, Druze, Ethiopians, George W. Bush, Hosni Mubarak, Iran, Israel, Jews, Judea, Knesset, Middle East, Muslims, Obama, Obama's Cairo speech, Palestine Liberation Organization, PLO, President Obama, Samaria