Google Earth and the Campaign to Wipe Israel Off the Virtual Map

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From the Institute for Contemporary Affairs/Jerusalem Center for Public Affairs: Virtual Israel, as represented by Google Earth, is littered with orange dots, many of which claim to represent “Palestinian localities evacuated and destroyed after the 1948 Arab-Israeli war.” Thus, Israel is depicted as a state born out of colonial conquest rather than the return of a people from exile. Each dot links to the “Palestine Remembered” site, where further information advancing this narrative can be obtained. Many of the claims staked out in Google Earth present misinformation, and sites known to be ruins in 1946 are claimed to be villages

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Al-Dura Trial: Karsenty Wins in Paris

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The truth emerges about Palestinianism, Palestiniasts, Pallywood and the al-Dura hoax. Via HonestReporting. com: The iconic images of Mohammad al-Dura’s alleged death in Gaza inflamed Palestinian sentiment and provoked terrible bloodshed. Despite the evidence that Israel was not responsible for firing the bullets that hit al-Dura, and doubts as to the credibility of the footage taken from the scene, this libel has continued to prevail.HonestReporting has brought you the news directly from the trial of Philippe Karsenty, who accused France 2 and its reporter Charles Enderlin of knowingly broadcasting doctored footage of the al-Dura incident.To recall, France 2 successfully sued

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NGOs promote “Israeli Apartheid Week”

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Islam-loving NGOs promote “Israeli Apartheid Week”, where lies, fabrications, and false accusations are the order of the day. Via NGO Monitor: War on Want, Physicians for Human Rights-Israel, Keshev, I’lam and ICAHD, (whose funders include the EU, Finnish and British governments, and NIF), are joining a number of extremist NGOs to promote “Israeli Apartheid week.” Israeli Apartheid week (IAW) was first held in Canada in 2004. In 2008 it encompasses events in Canada, Mexico, South Africa, the UK, the USA and the Palestinian Territories. Its stated aim, in line with the NGO declaration from the 2001 UN World Conference against

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Poles don’t want to live with the Jews

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Received by email. The link to the article is in Polish, but here it is, translated into English: Warsaw commemorates the events of March 1968. [In March 1968, the Polish authorities provoked student demonstrations, which were utilized to escalate the government-sponsored anti-Semitic campaign started by the communist party leader, Wladyslaw Gomulka, in the aftermath of the Six-Day War in the Middle East in June 1967–VR]. However, the prejudice toward the Jews isstill alive. TNS OBOP [the oldest research and marketing information company in Poland and Central Europe — ] conducted a poll at the request of the Inter-Cultural Center for

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More cemetery vandalism in Polish area

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From JTA: A swastika defacing a Jewish grave in northeastern Poland is the third such desecration in the area this year. The swastika in Suwalki was discovered last week in the town’s Jewish cemetery. “We notified the prosecutor’s office, and the local authorities are not dealing with it since the cemetery just last month came under the ownership of the Jewish community in Poland,” Monika Krawczyk of the Foundation for the Preservation of Jewish Heritage in Poland told JTA. “We are not going to clean it up since it testifies to attitudes of some local residents today.” Earlier this year

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