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Posted on in 9-11/Palestinian Authority/Palestinian Media Watch (PMW)/Palestinianism

Palestinian Authority celebrates 9-11 terror attacks

From Palestinian Media Watch: The Palestinian Authority continues a long tradition of celebrating the 2001 World Trade Center terror attacks by publishing cartoons in its official daily that glorify Osama Bin Laden and the attacks, or mock the suffering of the U.S. This year’s cartoon shows Bin Laden smiling while making the “V” for victory… Keep Reading

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Posted on in Arab-Israeli Conflict/Historical Revisionism/Islamism/Jerusalem/Palestinian Revisionism/Palestinianism/Propaganda/Temple Mount/What happened in 1967/Year: 1967

Must Read: Muslims now claim Al Aqsa Mosque built by Adam or Abraham

The mendacity in Islamiss just grows and grown and gets more and more outrageous. For a Muslim, it’s whatever the traffic will bear. We’ve all heard Big Lies coming out of Islam, but this is absurd. Please keep in mind when you read the following article that if Abraham had built it, it would have… Keep Reading

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Posted on in Palestinian Revisionism/Palestinianism/Today In Jewish History/What happened in 1967/Year: 1967

Who really owns Palestine?

Every day we hear assertions that Israel is occupying Palestinian land. This is, of course, propaganda of the first order, since there is no such thing as Palestinian land, and to use that phrase is to promote a blatantly political, anti-Israel agenda. The excellent article below, by Lawrence Auster, lays bare the historical facts of… Keep Reading

Posted on in Islamic Terrorism/Islamism/Palestinianism/Ramallah/Year: 2000

Residents of Ramallah Parade a Donkey as a Religious Jew

On January 12, 2001, three months after Palestinians savagely butchered two Jewish reservists, the residents of Ramallah showed just how sorry they were. Hundreds of Palestinians, including leading Palestinian Authority and Fatah officials, conducted a hate-filled rally against Israel, complete with a donkey clad in a Jewish prayer shawl and a nose painted with a… Keep Reading

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