The Jewish People Are Entitled to Self-Determination

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The brutal terror of the Palestinian Authority complicit in the ethnic cleansing of indigenous Jews from their homeland of Israel must stop. The global community must 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

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Who is Judah P. Benjamin?

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I once wrote a response on Smooth Stone to a European’s anti-Israel rant and typed “Don’t you ever forget that we were writing the books that shaped your nation while your ancestors were still smearing themselves with feces and running naked after game in the wilds.” It was a great comeback that I had heard from someone whom I admired many years ago and I never forgot it. When I wrote it here on Smooth Stone, I offended one Brit who was a regular Smooth Stone reader and she never returned here, seeking solace licking her wounds elsewhere, and some

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Dramatic Drop in Terror Fatalities in 2007

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From Dramatic Drop in Terror Fatalities in 2007: 13 Israelis were killed by Palestinians in 2007, down from 24 in 2006 and 50 in 2005, according to data released Monday by the Israel Security Agency (Shin Bet). There was only one successful suicide bombing last year, down from six in 2006. Palestinians fired 1,263 rockets and 1,511 mortar shells at Israel in 2007, compared with 1,722 rockets and 55 mortars in 2006. Rocket attacks accounted for two fatalities, both in Sderot. Let’s see, what does that average out to? With 1,264 rockets lobbed over Israel in a year, that comes

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A warning, just in time for Christmas

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In 2007, Ramadan was in September, so I’m sure there’s more symbolism deep within this hate speech than what appears on the surface. Regardless, whatever the symbolism is inherent, it’s clear that it’s a warning. Following are excerpts from a speech by Muhammad Taher Al-Farouq, leader of the Islamic Movement of Uzbekistan, which was posted on December 3, 2007 at ek-is [dot] org, a website hosted in Tampa, FL, and owned by NOC4 Hosts Inc. Via MEMRI. To view the clip, visit MEMRI TV. Muhammad Taher Al-Farouq: “I would like to congratulate the nation of Muhammad, and especially the mujahideen.

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Shema, Israel

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I couldn’t have said it better. Received by email: Israel, if you don’t take matters into your own hands at once, your forefathers will be ashamed when they meet you in Olam Haba. Decide your own fate.

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Who is Raeed Tayeh?

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From Discover the Networks: Former Executive Board member of the Islamic Association for Palestine Former research fellow for the United Association for Studies and Research Spoke at a 2001 rally along with Sami Al-Arian and George Habash Worked for Congresswoman Cynthia McKinney Official of the Muslim American Society “Islamists refuse to recognize the legitimacy of Israel or the peace agreement made with it, and vow to return the Holy Land to the Muslim nation.” An American-born Palestinian activist, Raeed N. Tayeh was formerly an Executive Board member of the Islamic Association for Palestine (IAP) and a research fellow for the

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Why I support Israel and why I will continue to blog

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“…if Israel is responsible for Islamist or Arabist wrath, I cannot imagine just what Israel did to encourage Syria to swallow Lebanon, to encourage Saddam Hussein to unleash a bloodbath against Iran, to encourage Saddam Hussein to invade Kuwait, to encourage Kuwait to expel hundreds of thousands of Palestinians, to encourage the Taliban to destroy the Bamiyan Buddha statues in Afghanistan, to encourage the slaughter of Christians in the Sudan, to encourage the bombings in Bali that killed 202 people, or to encourage church bombings in Pakistan.” — William J. Bennett, National Review, July 22, 2003 Click here to read

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Forty Years Later, Doing Nothing Is the Best Policy

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From Forty Years Later, Doing Nothing Is the Best Policy: In this week’s torrent of 40th anniversary recollections about the Six-Day War, one TV image cut straight to the chase: King Faisal of Saudi Arabia staring into a camera to say, “The essential point remains the total elimination of Israel.” The king’s statement of principles was captured in “Six Days in June,” an impressive two-hour documentary that aired Monday on PBS. For all the noise about peace in the 40 years since, the Saudi monarch’s silver bullet solution is still the basic Arab mindset. As do-gooders and militants reflect on

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