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Smooth Stone, along with other people of good conscience, desire to put an end to the brutal terror of the Palestinian Authority complicit in the ethnic cleansing of indigenous Jews from their homeland of Israel.

Our goal is to educate the world and to place intense pressure upon the entity calling itself “Palestine” to respect the human rights of the Jewish people who have returned to their restored homeland.

Jews are entitled to self-determination, to live freely in their homeland. Zionism is just as valid as Palestinianism, even moreso. Unlike the political “Arabian nation”, the Zionist movement to “Palestine/the Land of Israel” represents a return – not an invasion.

Here are some facts:

We are told that there is a difference between extremist Islam and peaceloving normal Islam.

Yet if we look at their behavior, Muslims are anti-West, anti-Democracy, anti-Christian, anti-Jewish, anti-Buddhist, and anti-Hindu.

Muslims are involved in 25 of some 30 conflicts going on in the world: in Afghanistan, Algeria, Bangladesh, Bosnia, Congo, Cote d’Ivoire, Cyprus, East Timor, India, Indonesia (2 provinces), Kashmir, Kazakastan, Kosovo, Kurdistan, Macedonia, the Middle East, Nigeria, Pakistan, Philippines, Sudan, Russia-Chechnya, Tajikistan, Thailand, Uganda and Uzbekistan.

This indicates that extremist Islam is the norm and normal Islam is extremely rare.

On Nov. 29, 1947 the United Nations General Assembly voted to legitimize the sovereignty of the restored state of Israel.

If the 1.3 million Israeli Arabs are a model of peaceful coexistence, why are the 250,000 Jews living in Judea, Samaria, and the Golan Heights an obstacle to peace?

If the uprooting of Arab communities within the Green Line constitutes a blatant human rights violation, why is the uprooting of Jewish communities in Judea and Samaria viewed as a contribution to peace?

There is not, nor has there ever been, a distinct “Palestinian” culture or language.

Further, there has never been a Palestinian state governed by Arab Palestinians in history. Nor was there ever a serious Arab-Palestinian national movement, until 1964, which was three years before the Arabs of “Palestine” lost the West Bank [Judea and Samaria] and Gaza as a result of attacking Israel during the 1967 Six-Day War, a war which the Arabs started.

Even the original so-called leader of the “Palestinian” people, mass murderer Yasser Arafat, was Egyptian.

In short, the so-called Arab “Palestinians” are a manufactured people. They are a people with no history and no authenticity whose sole purpose for existence is to destroy the Jewish State.

It’s ethnocentric to claim that only a certain ethnic group has rights to own land, as is the claim made by the Arabs. Why are Arabs the only ones entitled to self-determination?

What would have happened if Jews had repopulated their homeland, and the Arabs opened up their arms and expressed brotherhood as their response to Europe’s genocide of European Jews?

It would have proven that it was not Zionism that caused this ongoing conflict, but the pan-Arabic racist reaction towards it.

Terror is not something one learns to live with. It is something which the Israel and US governments are obligated to completely destroy. No decent government should sit down and negotiate with murderers.

We Arabs, especially the educated among us, look with the deepest sympathy on the Zionist movement…We will wish the Jews a most hearty welcome home.” — The Emir Fayzal to Felix Frankfurter of the American Zionist delegation, Paris Peace Conference, 1919. Reprinted in “The Arab Israeli Conflict: Documents Vol III, pages 42-49, John Moore, editor.

Smooth Stone provides a plethora of facts, data, statistics and links to other important sites.

Smooth Stone corroborates the actual facts against the mythology generated from Arab governments, Arab news sources as well as from Arabist and left-wing media sources.

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