Wednesday, December 19, 2007

A closer look at Har Homa

You heard about the new “settlements” in East Jerusalem that threaten to “complicate” the “peace talks” between the Zionists and their Fatah collaborators.

Here’s a closer look at the “settlements” in question.


Above is Har Homa, which means “Wall Mountain” in Hebrew. Arabs call it Jebel Abu Ghneim. It lies between southeast Jerusalem and the Bethlehem suburb of Beit Sahour.

When Jewish terrorists completed their first wave of Arab extermination in 1948, a Jordanian-Israeli cease-fire line (the "Green Line") was established to divide Jewish West Jerusalem from Arab East Jerusalem.

In 1967, Jews annexed East Jerusalem -- although the U.N. and the world community never recognized Jewish “ownership” of it.

Jewish terrorists have wanted to start demolishing Arab houses in East Jerusalem since 1991. Palestinians protested, wanting East Jerusalem as their capital.

Finally under the brutal regime of Benjamin Netanyahu, Jews started preparing the ground for “settlement” in 1997.

In 2000 bulldozers started destroying Palestinian homes. In 2003, Jews started moving in. Today Har Homa has 2,100 homes and 8,500 Jewish residents. It has 8 kindergartens, 2 day care centers, 2 public grammar schools, 3 medical clinics, and 3 shopping centers.

Arabs have nothing.

The issue during the Annapolis farce was Israel’s announcement that over 300 new Jewish homes would be built in Har Homa, despite Israel’s promises that no new homes would be built. Later it turned out that over 1,000 new Jewish homes will be built on the rubble of Palestinian houses.

West Jerusalem is Jews-only. East Jerusalem will soon be Jews-only as well. Currently about 180,000 Jews have already moved into East Jerusalem. Many Zionist groups, such as the “Temple Mount Faithful,” are demanding the complete demolition of all Muslim buildings on Temple Mount, meaning the Al Aqsa Mosque, the Dome-of-the-Rock…everything. This destruction will happen eventually. (Most Muslims think the Jews wouldn’t dare, but I accuse such Muslims of living in a dream world.)

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