Israel Bans Five British-Based Charities


Originally Posted: 07 Sep 2008 11:58 AM CDT “Union of Good.” Good as in “good as long as you are Jewish and not breathing.” Via TimesOnline: Israel banned five British-based charities operating in Gaza for their links with Hamas, including Muslim Aid, Human Appeal International, Muslim Hands, Human Relief Foundation, and Educational Aid for Palestinians. This came as the Israeli Embassy in London warned that action would be taken against charity organizations that were dealing with terrorism groups. The military wing of Hamas, Izz al-Din al-Qassem Brigades, which has been responsible for numerous suicide attacks in Israel, was banned by

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The British Occupation of Palestine


I thought that this would be a good time to repeat a previous post of mine about the history of England’s principled role in creating nations, carving up nations and occupying the Middle East: During WWI, the entire Middle East, which had been part of the Ottoman Empire, was split into two parts. Half was controlled by France (the French Mandate), the other half by England (the British Mandate). The French Mandate included the northern part of the Ottoman Empire. The British Mandate included the southern and eastern part of the Ottoman Empire. It is important to keep in mind

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British Perfidy in 1948


Hat tip to Ocean Guy for a comprehensive account of British perfidy in 1948: According to the editor of Emperor’s Clothes, in 1948 the Arab armies fought for genocide, not National Liberation, and it was not the Jews but Arab leaders who were agents of imperial Britain. It certainly suggests that their protégés are not fighting for National Liberation today. The memorandum from the May 8, 1948 issue of The Nation contradicts widely held views about the origins of the Arab-Israeli conflict, including those put forward in today’s Nation magazine. Just for starters, the memorandum proves the falsity of the

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