What You Can Do If You Think Israel Stole Palestinian Land


1) Demand that Britain apologize for the 1917 Balfour Declaration, which first committed Britain to reestablish the Jewish homeland in what was then called Palestine. Britain had given “without any right, authority or consent from anyone, the land of Palestine to another people.” 2) Your low-informed tweets rewrite the Jews out of their own history by fabricating an entirely fictitious Palestinian story. The only people for whom the Land of Israel and the disputed territories have ever been their national kingdom are the Jews. 3) Palestinians complain more about Israel than they do about the absence of a state of

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Israel Supreme Court Rejects Palestinian Claims to Jewish National Fund Land in Gush Etzion


A legal battle lasting 22 years involving land purchased 74 years ago by the Jewish National Fund (JNF) ended this week when Israel’s Supreme Court ruled that JNF is indeed the rightful owner of the 522 dunam tract in Gush Etzion, Israel Hayom reported Wednesday. A three-judge panel rejected an appeal filed by Palestinians against the decision of the Jerusalem District Court, which likewise ruled that the JNF was the owner of the land. Kibbutz Ein Tzurim was established on the land, which was purchased in 1944, but the kibbutz was destroyed in 1948 and the Jordanians took control of

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Migron Sentenced to Destruction in Six Months


The Jewish town of Migron, mentioned in the 5,000 year old Jewish holy book in Samuel 1 14,2 and in Isaiah 10,28 is to be forcibly evacuated of all of its Jewisch citizens, by the left wing Jew-haters “Peace Now” in order to make room for the thieves and barbarians of Arabia, so that it can turn into another sh’aria sh*thole the same way that Gaza has.

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Disputed Jerusalem Neighborhood Built on Jewish Land


Jewish land bought and paid for. From Disputed Jerusalem Neighborhood Built on Jewish Land: Israel’s Ministry of Construction and Housing this week invited contractors to bid on a contract to build 307 new housing units in the eastern Jerusalem neighborhood of Har Homa. Har Homa is a neighborhood inside the Jerusalem city limits, at the edge of PA-controlled Bethlehem, that has more than 1,000 dwellings, housing some 6,000 residents. Har Homa sits on 210 acres of land that Jews purchased from local Arab landowners in the 1920s. It is therefore Jewish-owned land, said Israel Kimhi of the Jerusalem Institute for

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