Sunday, June 29, 2008

Jewish rabbi calls for extermination of all Palestinian males

The true face of Israel and her rabid Zionist supporters. The twisted and contorted look on their faces is that of hate of all things Muslim/Arab and a loathing to the point of being psychotic of anyone non-Jewish.

These are the people that the US blindly supports with a river of US tax dollars and billions of dollars worth of advanced weaponry that flows annually to that racist and Apartheid Jews only state of Hate, Israel.

When the Zionists have finally managed to get the US to fight another of Israel's wars, this time against Iran, look for Israel to use that as a distraction to go into Gaza and perform mass executions of Palestinians.

Nothing like a little Old Testament style blood-letting and butchery of the indigenous Palestinians to get Zionist blood flowing.

They'd probably go ahead and use another OT style war crime, salting the earth of Occupied Palestine to make it non arable, except the Jews want to continue stealing and using the Palestinian land for their own.


Jewish rabbi calls for extermination of all Palestinian males

International Middle East Media Center – September 18, 2006

A Jewish rabbi living in the West Bank has called on the Israeli government to use their troops to kill all Palestinian males more than 13 years old in a bid to end Palestinian presence on this earth.

Extremist rabbi Yousef Falay, who dwells at the Yitzhar settlement on illegally seized Palestinian land in the northern part of the West Bank, wrote an article in a Zionist magazine under the title "Ways of War", in which he called for the killing of all Palestinian males refusing to flee their country, describing his idea as the practical way to ensure the non-existence of the Palestinian race.

"We have to make sure that no Palestinian individual remains under our occupation. If they (Palestinians) escape then it is good; but if anyone of them remains, then he should be exterminated", the fanatic rabbi added in his article.

Falay is not the first to have called for such extreme measures. Rabbi Meir Kahane, founder of the Kach movement, called for "the transfer of Israel's Arab population to Arab (or other) lands." (As it states on the group's website). Followers of Kahane have been connected to a number of murders of Palestinians, particularly in the Hebron area in the southern West Bank. In the most well-known of such attacks, 29 Palestinians praying in the Ibrahimi Mosque in Hebron were gunned down by Baruch Goldstein, a follower of Kahane, in 1994, with Israeli soldiers looking on and allowing the gunman to reload his automatic machine gun and continue killing innocent civilians. In response to that massacre, the Israeli authorities punished the Palestinian victims by taking over the Ibrahimi mosque and turning half of it into a synagogue, where Israeli settlers go to pray each week. And each year, on the anniversary of the massacre, Israeli settlers in Hebron dress up like Baruch Goldstein and parade through the streets of Hebron, firing guns in the air.

The Kach movement recognizes the 'transfer' of 750,000 Palestinians that took place in 1948 in order for the state of Israel to be created on their land, but argues on their website that this 'transfer' was incomplete, and that all Palestinians must be sent away, or killed, in order for Israel to remain a 'Jewish state'. Their platform reads, "In a genuinely 'JEWISH State', how can an Arab be an equal when that State has an Independence Day celebrating his defeat. Its flag isn't that of its people. He isn't trusted to serve in the army. His cousin born in Haifa [sic] and fled during the 1948 War of Independence cannot return... yet any Jew who never lived there before is welcomed with open arms. In short, Israel is his enemy's country, not his. So how can an Arab truly be a loyal citizen in a Jewish State? Simply, they cannot, and they must go!"

The idea of extermination of Palestinians, or their 'transfer' into other countries, is not only a view held by extremists on the fringes of society. Prominent Israeli politicians have also made calls for a 'transfer', or ethnic cleansing, based on race. Just last week, on September 11, 2006, an Israeli member of Parliament called explicitly for the transfer of Palestinians (whow he referred to as 'Arabs') from the West Bank (which he referred to as 'Judea and Samaria', the biblical name for the region where the majority of Palestinians now live).

"We have to expel most Arabs from Judea and Samaria," Eitam said at a memorial service for Lt. Amihai Merhavia, a soldier who was killed in South Lebanon in July. "We can't deal with all these Arabs, and we can't give up the territory, because we've already seen what they do there. Some of them might have to stay under certain conditions, but most of them will have to go." Despite a law that would strip Israeli parliament members of their immunity to prosecution if they are found make explicitly racist statements, no investigation of Eitam has occurred on this matter, and there was no condemnation of his statement by the Israeli government.

Source: IMEMC.org

2 comments:

  1. Greg,

    Its for an event like this that I'd like for us to consider the possibility of letting the Palenstinians just move here. We already have 20 million Mexicans. What is five or six million Palestinians going to hurt. The US could afford to build them houses, and integrate them over a couple of decades.

    I have a bad feeling the Israelis will actually use a war-event to really indiscriminately start killing Gazans in particular en masse in the future. The people in the West bank face a similar existence as they are being pushed further towards Jordan, who will not take them in.

    If the US could take in the Palestinians, then the US could help FUND a Wall to be build around Israel for Syria, Lebanon, Jordan, and Egypt..............permanently blocking her in, and staffed by UN personnel making sure she cant violate that wall---hemming her in for good from any more extra territorial ambitions that we both know the likudniks harbor. I honestly look for Israel to use false flag attacks against herself and attempt to induce terrorism by provacative acts to get groups in Lebanon and Syria to attack---as an excuse to sieze some of their land for "security" as Israel attempts to expand the the Eurphrates-the likudniks real goal over the next century. Ive not disillusions about this. I really think that is the likudnik 100-year plan.

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  2. Why move the indigenous Palestinians? Why not move the Israeli's?

    Either is probably impossible, both politically and physically.

    Until the US cuts Israeli aid and until We the People take back our government from the criminal mob of NeoCons and Zionists that have taken over the government, there will continue to be wars and rumors of wars in the ME.

    Here's the land mass Israel is coveting that they want to steal and finance the theft with American lives and money:

    One interpretation could be that Greater Israel comprises all of modern-day Israel, the Palestinian Territories, and Lebanon, as well as large parts of Syria, Jordan, and Egypt. The proportion of current Iraq, Saudi Arabia, and Turkey included in this territory is debatable. Note that the proportion of modern Egyptian territory included depends on the location of the river of Egypt, which is controversial.

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Greater_Israel

    The Israeli Star of David flag has two blue stripes on it. One is supposed to represent the River Nile, the other, the Euphrates.

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