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Occupation Shmuccupation is the name of a new children’s book published by the Yesha Council, a right-wing Israeli settler organization.

The illustrated propaganda book (embedded in full below) teaches Israeli kids that “there is no such thing as the State of Palestine” and that “there is no solution to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.”

The cover of Occupation Shmuccupation CREDIT: Shlomi Charka / YNEt

The cover of Occupation Shmuccupation
CREDIT: Shlomi Charka / YNEt

It also blames “price tag” attacks—in which Israeli extremists attack Palestinians or Palestinian homes, property, and/or crops, such as olive trees—on “internal conflicts between the Arabs over land,” that is to say on Palestinians themselves.

Conservative pro-Israel publication YNet refers to Occupation Shmuccupation as a “hasbara booklet for kids.” The Hebrew word hasbara (הסברה) means public relations, and is commonly used as a euphemism for Israeli propaganda.

YNet reports:

The booklet will be distributed in community centers, universities across the country and among professionals working with teenagers. The council is also considering distributing the booklets in kindergartens, schools, and youth groups in order to reach all of the children in the area.

Right-Wing Extremist

The propaganda book attacks not just Arabs, but also what is dubs “the left-wing organizations.”

Yesha Council spokesman Yigal Dakmoni told YNet Israeli children are being given the hasbara book as a way of indoctrinating them against leftist groups.

Propaganda in books like Occupation Shmuccupation appears to be having an effect. In increasingly conservative and xenophobic Israel, “leftist” is often used as a slur, particularly among the youth.

Israeli Teenagers: Racist and Proud of It,” an August 2014 feature in leading Israeli newspaper Haaretz, revealed that many Israeli children express violent hatred toward leftists, whom they disparagingly call “Arab lovers.”

Israeli scholars recorded young students threatening to kill Jewish Israeli leftists. In one instance, they recalled:

The same student who told Yaron that she won’t think twice if she gets the opportunity “to shoot one of them [the Arabs]” when she serves in the army, also said, “As soon as I heard about the quarrel with that leftist girl [Michal], I was ready to throw a brick at her head and kill her. In my opinion, all the leftists are Israel-haters. I personally find it very painful. Those people have no place in our country – both the Arabs and the leftists.”

‘Not Going Anywhere’

The Yesha Council has long insisted that Israel should and inevitably will refuse to withdraw from the Palestinian territories, which have been militarily occupied in contravention of international law since 1967.

In a 2012 op-ed in the New York Times, Yesha Council Chairman Dani Dayan refers to the illegally occupied West Bank as “Judea and Samaria” and avers that “our four-decade-long settlement endeavor” is both justified and wise. He implies Palestinians would be incapable of governing themselves in their own state, which would doubtless become “a hotbed of extremism” which “Israel would then be forced to recapture.”

While attacking the Israeli Left, Dayan insists it is Israel’s “inalienable” right to colonize Palestinian land. He openly states “we aim to expand the existing Jewish settlements in Judea and Samaria, and create new ones.”

“The American government and its European allies should abandon this failed formula once and for all and accept that the Jewish residents of Judea and Samaria are not going anywhere,” the Yesha Council head insisted. “Our presence in all of Judea and Samaria — not just in the so-called settlement blocs — is an irreversible fact.”

“No final-status solution is imminent,” Dayan added.

Occupation Shmuccupation

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  1. pabelmont
    September 10, 2015, 10:46 am

    In cartoon, neither figure has peyas. Any settlers in the picture?

  2. CigarGod
    September 10, 2015, 11:01 am

    Quite the drawing.
    Big dark ape-like goliath guy in a subservient stance, with multi-purpose weapon…as the supposed suburban next door good neighbor of the fully upright harmless, skinny geeky all american/israeli white David.
    Where’s the ice chest and lawn chairs?

    • K Renner
      September 10, 2015, 4:41 pm

      The one thing the drawing gets right is that a lot of the “settlers” are skinny geeks who’re either malnourished or positively inbred-looking.

      Silly, delusional losers who think it adds inches downstairs when they strut around toting automatic weapons and waving them in the faces of unarmed people whilst destroying property or relying on the IDF and shin bet bully boys to act as their protectors and enablers.

      Otherwise, this whole thing is repulsive. Yet another example that the problem is Israel and Zionism and Jews when it comes to the occupation of the West Bank– not the Palestinians who have to live under occupation, as the Israeli state and the “settlerites” are fond of whining to whoever actually listens.

    • Krauss
      September 11, 2015, 10:01 am

      It speaks volumes about how these settlers view themselves.

      Part of the white civilised West in contrast to these “inferior” dark-skinned mongrels are their servants, with a child-like smile too. Only thing missing is a slice of a melon in his mouth.

      • CigarGod
        September 11, 2015, 12:29 pm

        I have a hard time understanding how such barbarians could product such a perfect drawing…and not be repulsed by it.

    • Mondowise
      September 11, 2015, 1:05 pm

      gotta disagree on two points: “…next door good neighbor of the fully upright harmless…”

      this dude, as we all know, is neither good nor harmless, he is one BAD and HARMFUL criminal.

      the cartoon purposely shows him as innocent…just like the real criminal squatters want everyone to think. the cartoon also intentionally doesn’t show the hidden weapon(s) in his right hand, nor the blackened, rotted heart within this creepy character hidden by his sardonic grin.

      • CigarGod
        September 11, 2015, 9:31 pm

        We agree.

  3. diasp0ra
    September 10, 2015, 11:29 am

    Where is Hilary Clinton to come and talk about how Israeli books teach hatred of the other, or is that just reserved for Palestinian books.

    • CigarGod
      September 10, 2015, 11:48 am

      Hillary ( or hophmi, jon s, etc.): This is an unfortunate product of a small isolated extremist element not official Israeli policy. Every country has it’s fringe…that’s why this is the greatest democracy in the m.e. If it is supported by tax deductable donations from American Zionist organizations…well, that’s something we may have to look into at some point.

      • amigo
        September 10, 2015, 1:22 pm

        “that’s why this is the greatest democracy in the m.e ” Cigar God

        But of course it is the greatest. They blew away all their competition.

      • Kay24
        September 10, 2015, 2:30 pm

        Amigo, not all. They are salivating for the US to bomb Iran. They are trying all devious means to try and get us to do so.

  4. gamal
    September 10, 2015, 11:37 am

    why does the Arab have a hooked nose while the other guy, presumably Jewish just looks white,

    Help with the Olive harvest? which upsets leftists, they are insane.

    • CigarGod
      September 10, 2015, 12:25 pm

      I think I missed one of the biggest obvious elements. The tall guy is dressed like a schoolboy.

    • Stephen Shenfield
      December 29, 2015, 2:20 pm

      “Valentino’s Ghost” (the video is on this site) has a sequence showing the extremely close resemblance between the anti-Semitic images in Nazi propaganda and the anti-Arab images in Zionist propaganda. The image of the Sabra (native-born Israeli) is a sharp contrast with the anti-Semitic image of the Jew, which is projected onto the Arab.

  5. talknic
    September 10, 2015, 12:00 pm

    The emperor seems determined to go naked

  6. eljay
    September 10, 2015, 12:11 pm

    So…”Holocaust Shmolocaust”?

    Since there’s no occupation, there aren’t any rocket attacks. They’re all in the minds of “leftist Zionists”.

  7. ritzl
    September 10, 2015, 12:20 pm

    Matches and accelerant included?

  8. amigo
    September 10, 2015, 1:16 pm

    “So…”Holocaust Shmolocaust”?” Eljay

    You took the words right out of my mouth but I resisted posting them , lest I be accused of making fun of the Holocaust.

    “Since there’s no occupation, there aren’t any rocket attacks.” Eljay

    Since there are no Palestinians , there is no occupation, no Palestine, no disputed territories and no apartheid.No Jews only roads , no illegal settlers , no Dome on the rock , no administrative detention and no UNSCR,s condemning Israel .

    Easy peasy,. pass the zioncaine.

    • eljay
      September 10, 2015, 1:23 pm

      || amigo: You took the words right out of my mouth but I resisted posting them , lest I be accused of making fun of the Holocaust. … ||

      You can’t be accused of making fun of something if it doesn’t exist. No occupation, no Holocaust, no accusations of mockery. ;-)

      || … pass the zioncaine. ||

      Careful with that stuff – it’s supremacistly supremely powerful.

    • Kay24
      September 10, 2015, 1:34 pm

      Of course the zionists carry on as if there is no Palestine, no illegal settlements, no UN resolutions against them, and they hope the world has no intelligence to fathom that out.

      They have injected the world with ziocaine.

      • amigo
        September 10, 2015, 2:07 pm

        “They have injected the world with ziocaine.” Kay 24

        Maybe I lack the appropriate DNA but that s–t doesn,t work for me.Give me one or two pints of Guinness and I could rule the world. Shh , Don,t tell the zionists .

  9. a blah chick
    September 10, 2015, 1:50 pm

    I really didn’t think they could top the children’s book about the soldiers who adopted the kittens in Gaza but there you go.

    It truly is telling how much of the language of white supremacy Zionism has adopted. Every settler I hear sounds like all those respectable white folks down south that my parents grew up with. “Everything would be fine if we didn’t have all these Northerners, I mean Lefties, stirring up the darkies, I mean Arabs.”

    Just look at how they drew the Arab dude, hooked nose and all, no anti-semite could have done better. And look at how the young man, with his friendly fresh, pale face is asking to help but cannot because the “lefties” will get people into trouble.

    This is why we cannot engage these people, they don’t live in the real world. They live in an alternate universe where everything is given to them and no one challenges their views. Presidential candidates and celebs come and genuflect and stroke and confab with them so is it any wonder they get peeved when asked to explain themselves. They can’t because they got nothing. If this booklet is the best they can do then they are effed up.

    Now if we can only get the MSM to do its job.

  10. echinococcus
    September 10, 2015, 2:30 pm

    Let’s stop attributing this kind of sh*^ to “settlers”, even though sometimes it might be all-“settler”. There is no difference. What differentiates “settlement” or “Israel proper” is just the date of invasion and occupation. Nothing else. “Settlers” are part of the invader society, fully supported. Whatever “settlers” do is done by the entire Herrenvolk of Palestine, period.
    Otherwise it starts creating a totally mendacious impression, as if the “settlers” were the baddies and the rest regular people. Not.

    • CigarGod
      September 10, 2015, 3:03 pm

      Doesn’t settler or squatter apply to all zionists for the last 100 years or so?

      • BI
        September 10, 2015, 5:57 pm

        Good one!!!!

      • Mooser
        September 10, 2015, 6:02 pm

        “Doesn’t settler or squatter apply to all zionists for the last 100 years or so?”

        “settler” and “squatter” of course. But don’t forget ‘colonists’ and my favorites are ‘filibusterers’ , ‘freebooters’, and the good old ‘pirates’.

      • CigarGod
        September 10, 2015, 6:35 pm

        Ah yes, Mooser.
        The usual suspects.

  11. BI
    September 10, 2015, 5:56 pm

    Imagine the shoe was on the other foot. The dinosaur mainstream media would be all over this. Oh the HYPOCRISY!

  12. yonah fredman
    September 10, 2015, 6:52 pm

    The settlers are in the wrong. Where this will lead time will tell, but the settlers are wrong. Those settlers that are willing to annex and grant citizenship are heading in the wrong direction, in my opinion, but they are at least consistent with democratic principles. those settlers who think that such an offer of citizenship is besides the point, have led Israel into a cul de sac.

    The title of the book is not occupation, shmoccupation, although that is a good approximation at the Hebrew title, kibbush kishkush, which means occupation confusion. (chicanery might be a better translation), but it is not kibbush shmibbush which would be occupation shmoccupation.

    • echinococcus
      September 10, 2015, 8:13 pm

      Mr Fredman,

      Following the recent, shameful exhibition of your total incompetence as a translator, I’d suggest giving it a short rest.

    • Mooser
      September 10, 2015, 8:44 pm

      “Those settlers that are willing to annex and grant citizenship are heading in the wrong direction, in my opinion, but they are at least consistent with democratic principles.”

      Do you live in some kind of dream-world, Yonah? Do you understand that Israel cannot annex that land, for one thing. And even if they could (absurd) I hardly think stealing somebody’s land and then “granting them citizenship” (in a country with different laws and classifications of citizens, that means less than nothing, btw.) is hardly (needless to say, ROTFLMSJAO) “consistent with democratic principles”.
      You got a bad case of moral dyslexia, “Yonah”. Probably a manifestation of the Ziocaine Syndrome. And, oh, look, here comes the trivialization phase and word games, and then oh, the sweet Ziocaine Syndrome amnesia.

    • yonah fredman
      September 11, 2015, 2:17 pm

      a better translation for kishkush- chatter

      • Froggy
        September 12, 2015, 3:07 pm

        Blether.

  13. Saif
    September 10, 2015, 11:25 pm

    What is democratic about Israel?

  14. Mayhem
    September 10, 2015, 11:34 pm

    Of course we are only dished up one facet of the big picture.
    The Yesha council is a small part of Israeli society, being an umbrella governing organization of the Jewish communities of Judea and Samaria. On the other hand the PA education system perpetuates state-sanctioned demonization of Jews by glorifying the widespread use of terrorism.
    “The PA teaches its children to reject Israel’s right to exist, encourages them to view Jews as evil and directs them to embrace terrorist murderers as role models.” as stated in a comprehensive report about anti-Semitic and anti-Zionist education in Palestinian Authority schools delivered at a global education conference.

    • CigarGod
      September 11, 2015, 10:00 am

      Okay, Mayhem, for the sake of argument, let’s use your post.

      If you were imprisoned illegally, bombed, sniped, starved. Your land becoming smaller. Subject to a hostile judiciary, racism and a worldwide propaganda of demonization. You would not educate your population to resist and gain freedom? You would just take it. Accept the abuse…and living while standing on one leg on the last patch of earth left to you. If roles were reverse, you’d be coming for me…and I’d deserve it.

      • Larry A Singleton
        September 15, 2015, 8:02 pm

        Also read my comments concerning the article on jihad by Sheikh Humaid and the “4th Conference” and Bostom’s books and articles. I challenge you to read Dershowitz’s book, who happens to be a liberal who irritatingly and frequently quotes Benny Morris, The Case for Israel and refute or dispute one single chapter in his book. (That’s if they haven’t censored my comments.)

        Martin Kramer:
        Gaza is a place with no Israeli settlements, from which Israel has totally withdrawn to the 1967 lines, and which nonetheless has become a Hamas terror state. That’s what happens in conditions of Gazafication. So when people say that in a two-state solution, Palestinians would have a “right of return” to the West Bank and not Israel, I do not find that particularly reassuring either. Any influx of Palestinians across the Jordan poses a problem for Israel, and it is naive to dismiss it. I would like to hear how, in a two-state scenario, Gazafication of the West Bank can be prevented. I haven’t heard it yet.

        Neither have I.

        Read The Haj by Leon Uris. And ask these questions:

        What year did the nation of Palestine come into existance?
        What were its national borders and what year did it cease to exist?
        What currency did the nation of Palestine use and why is there no history of it?
        Name one leader to the “nation of Palestine” prior to Yasser Arafat.

        The Case for Israel by Alan Dershowitz.

        The Israeli Solution: A One-State Plan for Peace in the Middle East by Caroline B. Glick. READ THESE BOOKS!!!

      • CigarGod
        September 15, 2015, 11:27 pm

        Won’t you tell us a little bit about yourself?
        Where are you from, your family, education, who recruited you and a description of your training?

    • a blah chick
      September 11, 2015, 11:32 am

      “The Yesha council is a small part of Israeli society, being an umbrella governing organization of the Jewish communities of Judea and Samaria.”

      They may be a small part of “Israeli society” but left unsaid is the fact that they dominate settler life. Cute trick there. But let’s not talk about the unshaven, swarthy Arab with his hooked nose or the fair skinned bright eyed Jewish settler who wants to help (but can’t because of the lefties). Instead let’s talk about all the terrible things Palestinain kids are being taught about the Jews who take their land, kidnap them, blow up their houses, torture them in prison or shot them dead in the streets.

      Yeah, why would anyone have negative feelings about people like that?

    • diasp0ra
      September 11, 2015, 12:44 pm

      No, the Israeli occupation is what perpetuates the demonetization of Jews in Palestine.

      You must be off your rocker if you think someone needs to be brainwashed against a soldier standing outside his house telling him he is inferior, and making his life a living hell every single day.

    • Mooser
      September 11, 2015, 5:58 pm

      ” governing organization of the Jewish communities of Judea and Samaria.”

      You mean the outlaw bands, and freebooters? And as far as “Judea” and “Samaria” go well, you know, ROTFLMSJAO!

    • Marnie
      September 12, 2015, 12:42 am

      @mayhem
      Yet with all the evil PA teachings of Palestinians,” encourages them to view Jews as evil and directs them to embrace terrorist murderers as role models”, isn’t it odd that Palestinians saved the lives of yeshiva tripe from Amer’ka, Palestinians saved a clueless Israeli sailor who got lost and ended up smack dab in the midst of Injun territory and Palestinians who protected a policewoman from rocks being thrown….by settlers? They must have all failed those PA courses you talk about.

    • eljay
      September 16, 2015, 7:43 am

      || Mayhem: … The Yesha council is a small part of Israeli society, being an umbrella governing organization of the Jewish communities of Judea and Samaria. … ||

      An umbrella governing organization of the colonialist Jewish-Israeli communities in Occupied Palestine.

      || … On the other hand the PA education system perpetuates state-sanctioned demonization of Jews by glorifying the widespread use of terrorism. “The PA teaches its children to reject Israel’s right to exist, encourages them to view Jews as evil and directs them to embrace terrorist murderers as role models.” as stated in a comprehensive report about anti-Semitic and anti-Zionist education in Palestinian Authority schools delivered at a global education conference. ||

      I condemn any education system that demonizes Jews or non-Jews or encourages Jews or non-Jews to:
      – engage in terrorism and/or colonialism;
      – defend supremacism; and
      – embrace terrorist murderers as role models.

  15. WH
    September 11, 2015, 2:20 am

    Settlers are certainly known for helping Palestinians with their olive harvests, aren’t they…

  16. Froggy
    September 12, 2015, 8:19 am


        

    Occupation Shmuccupation is the name of a new children’s book published by the Yesha Council, a right-wing Israeli settler organization.

    The illustrated propaganda book teaches Israeli kids that “there is no such thing as the State of Palestine” and that “there is no solution to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.”
    The cover of Occupation Shmuccupation CREDIT: Shlomi Charka / YNEt

    The cover of Occupation Shmuccupation
    CREDIT: Shlomi Charka / YNEt

    It also blames “price tag” attacks—in which Israeli extremists attack Palestinians or Palestinian homes, property, and/or crops, such as olive trees—on “internal conflicts between the Arabs over land,” that is to say on Palestinians themselves.

    Conservative pro-Israel publication YNet refers to Occupation Shmuccupation as a “hasbara booklet for kids.” The Hebrew word hasbara (הסברה) means public relations, and is commonly used as a euphemism for Israeli propaganda.

    YNet reports:

    The booklet will be distributed in community centers, universities across the country and among professionals working with teenagers. The council is also considering distributing the booklets in kindergartens, schools, and youth groups in order to reach all of the children in the area.

    Right-Wing Extremist

    The propaganda book attacks not just Arabs, but also what is dubs “the left-wing organizations.”

    Yesha Council spokesman Yigal Dakmoni told YNet Israeli children are being given the hasbara book as a way of indoctrinating them against leftist groups.

    Propaganda in books like Occupation Shmuccupation appears to be having an effect. In increasingly conservative and xenophobic Israel, “leftist” is often used as a slur, particularly among the youth.

    “Israeli Teenagers: Racist and Proud of It,” an August 2014 feature in leading Israeli newspaper Haaretz, revealed that many Israeli children express violent hatred toward leftists, whom they disparagingly call “Arab lovers.”

    Israeli scholars recorded young students threatening to kill Jewish Israeli leftists. In one instance, they recalled:

    The same student who told Yaron that she won’t think twice if she gets the opportunity “to shoot one of them [the Arabs]” when she serves in the army, also said, “As soon as I heard about the quarrel with that leftist girl [Michal], I was ready to throw a brick at her head and kill her. In my opinion, all the leftists are Israel-haters. I personally find it very painful. Those people have no place in our country – both the Arabs and the leftists.”

    ‘Not Going Anywhere’

    The Yesha Council has long insisted that Israel should and inevitably will refuse to withdraw from the Palestinian territories, which have been militarily occupied in contravention of international law since 1967.

    In a 2012 op-ed in the New York Times, Yesha Council Chairman Dani Dayan refers to the illegally occupied West Bank as “Judea and Samaria” and avers that “our four-decade-long settlement endeavor” is both justified and wise. He implies Palestinians would be incapable of governing themselves in their own state, which would doubtless become “a hotbed of extremism” which “Israel would then be forced to recapture.”

    While attacking the Israeli Left, Dayan insists it is Israel’s “inalienable” right to colonize Palestinian land. He openly states “we aim to expand the existing Jewish settlements in Judea and Samaria, and create new ones.”

    “The American government and its European allies should abandon this failed formula once and for all and accept that the Jewish residents of Judea and Samaria are not going anywhere,” the Yesha Council head insisted. “Our presence in all of Judea and Samaria — not just in the so-called settlement blocs — is an irreversible fact.”

    Like the Thousand Year Reich.

    Even Rome fell. Israel will too.

    • Citizen
      September 14, 2015, 6:02 am

      When will Israel fall, at the same time the USA falls? Will there be any Palestinians left over to celebrate?

      • Froggy
        September 14, 2015, 10:01 am

        Why? Are the Jewish extremists planning to holocaust the Palestinians?

        As for the USA falling…. Not likely anytime soon.

  17. Henry Norr
    September 12, 2015, 11:34 am

    Good report, but I have one quibble: the first sentence describes the Yesha Council as “a right-wing Israeli settler organization.” That makes it sound like some kind of unofficial, voluntary organization representing only those settlers who choose to join it (as if it might even be in competition with “left-wing” or “centrist” settler organizations!!).

    In fact, the Yesha Council is, as the About page on its website explains, “the umbrella governing organization” of the West Bank settlements:

    The Council consists of the elected Mayors of the four cities (Ariel, Beitar Illit, Ma’ale Adumim and Modiin Illit), six counties (Binyamin, Gush Etzion, Hebron Mountains, Jordan Valley, Megilot and Samaria) and 13 smaller municipalities encompassing more than 150 individual communities and 383,000 residents in Judea & Samaria.

    The Council addresses regional concerns such as roads, safety, security, and development. In addition, the Council acts as the political representative of the settlers both within Israel and internationally.

    So it’s not as if this is just some addition to the “free marketplace of ideas,” something that volunteer zealots will go around trying to persuade kids to read – it will be in all the schools and everywhere else in the settlements, as a statement from their “democratically elected” governing authorities.

  18. Citizen
    September 14, 2015, 6:12 am

    A few more cartoon panels from subject children’s book: http://www.timesofisrael.com/settler-pamphlet-aims-to-turn-youth-against-2-state-solution/

  19. Citizen
    September 14, 2015, 6:22 am

    I found the cartoon settler youth’s brother: https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/en/0/0d/Archieandrwcmc.png

  20. Larry A Singleton
    September 15, 2015, 7:52 pm

    People should actually read before absorbing this swill like a sponge. Unfortunately most people are too lazy and too stupid to actually read the facts for themselves. Especially those slobbering all over this “article”. (I’m making a bet with myself that there will be a “all comments subject to…..” We’ll see.)

    Read The Case for Israel by Alan Dershowitz

    Read Caroline Glick’s The Israeli Solution!!!!!

    Read The Haj by Leon Uris and Because They Hate by Brigitte Gabrielle

    Nakba Nonsense by Erez Tadmor and Erel Segal
    http://www.imti.org.il/Upload/NakbaNonsense.pdf

    The Legacy of Islamic Antisemitism by Andrew G. Bostom (Read the “Note on the Cover Art-Execution of a Moroccan Jewess” or this book Review/article by Benjamin District; “Jewess Heroine-Sol Hachuel” (myrightword) http://myrightword.blogspot.com/2008/02/jewess-heroine-sol-hachuel.html
    Supplemental Article “The First and Last Enemy: Jew Hatred in Islam.” by Bostom (Frontpage Magazine archive)
    http://archive.frontpagemag.com/readArticle.aspx?ARTID=28549

    Jihad in the Qur’an and Sunnah by Sheikh Abdullâh bin Muhammad bin Humaid.

    If you want an example of the Muslim “success story”. If you want a perfect illustration of what defines Muslims and Islam, it’s past and its present, and counter the claims that Muslims “promote peace and tolerance” with those outside the Muslim Community, and the claim that “radicals pervert the Koran through omission and false interpretation” read the following:

    The 4th Conference of the Academy of Islamic Research: Arab Theologians on Jews and Israel. Sept. 1968. Translated by D.F. Green/David G. Littman (Support Secure Freedom) Front to back; 95 pages of outrageous lies, inversion and vile Jew-Hatred. I’ve read this whole thing. I invite you to find any comparison with Jewish, Christian or Buddhist “Conferences” or similar events. See the Declaration of War titled “Resolutions and Recommendations” on page 73. I use Sheikh Abdullah bin Humaid’s article on jihad, and it’s place as an “Introduction” in my Summarized Sahih Al Bukhari as “Exhibit A” when it comes to refuting the “religion of peace” claim. “The 4th Conference…” could easily be Exhibit B.
    http://supportsecurefreedom.org/wp-content/uploads/2011/Arab-Theologians-on-Jews-and-Israel-4th_Ed_082011.pdf

    Hajj Amin Husseini’s Anti-Semitic Legacy by Boris Havel (Middle East Quarterly)
    http://www.meforum.org/5318/hajj-amin-antisemitism#_ftn3

    “The First and Last Enemy: Jew Hatred in Islam.” by Andrew G. Bostom
    http://archive.frontpagemag.com/readArticle.aspx?ARTID=28549

    Islamists Project Islam’s Worst Traits onto Christians by Raymond Ibrahim.
    raymondibrahim-com/9669/islamists-project-islam-worst-traits-onto

    Muslims Project Islam’s Worst Traits onto Israel and the Jews by Raymond Ibrahim.
    raymondibrahim-com/8348/muslims-project-islam-worst-traits-onto-israel

    • James North
      September 15, 2015, 7:58 pm

      New hire at Hasbara Central. Still a green apprentice.

      • echinococcus
        September 15, 2015, 8:06 pm

        Please avoid using the enemy’s own words.
        Call it what it is: Propaganda. As in Dr. Goebbels.
        And let’s repeat that now these …people(?) are being paid:

        http://crooksandliars.com/2014/07/israel-offers-students-grants-if-they

        https://electronicintifada.net/blogs/ali-abunimah/israeli-students-get-2000-spread-state-propaganda-facebook

        http://www.haaretz.com/news/israel/.premium-1.541142

      • Mooser
        September 15, 2015, 8:16 pm

        “New hire at Hasbara Central. Still a green apprentice.”

        Or a ripe nut which hasn’t dropped far from the tree. Oh yeah, Caroline Glick, that’s the ticket!

      • eljay
        September 15, 2015, 8:21 pm

        || James North: New hire at Hasbara Central. Still a green apprentice. ||

        He does have one thing nailed down already: Not a mention – not even a hint – of Israel’s almost-70-years-long and on-going campaign of aggression, oppression, theft, colonization, destruction, torture, murder and sundry (war) crimes.

        || Larry A Singleton: People should actually read before absorbing this swill like a sponge. … ||

        You’re right: If Zio-supremacists bothered to read, they might avoid absorbing the Zio-swill.

        || … Unfortunately most people are too lazy and too stupid to actually read the facts for themselves. … ||

        Dunno about lazy and stupid, but Zio-supremacists – like all supremacists – are definitely hateful and immoral.

      • Froggy
        September 15, 2015, 8:55 pm

        … and dumb as a sack of hammers.

        He reads propaganda and thinks he is informed.

      • CigarGod
        September 15, 2015, 9:06 pm

        Exactly.

      • Steve Grover
        September 15, 2015, 9:25 pm

        Hi Larry,
        Welcome to MW. Don’t pay attention to North. He is nothing but an Israel hating tool. Soon he will reply by calling me Steve Bartman LOL!

      • James North
        September 15, 2015, 9:54 pm

        “Grober:” It sounds like you’ve been hitting the Manischewitz a little hard lately. And shouldn’t you explain to the new hire at Hasbara Central just exactly who Steve Bartman is?

      • Froggy
        September 15, 2015, 9:55 pm

        Steve Grover : “Hi Larry,
        Welcome to MW. Don’t pay attention to North. He is nothing but an Israel hating tool. Soon he will reply by calling me Steve Bartman LOL!”

        Nice company you keep.

        http://www.topix.com/forum/city/riverside-ca/TEL22TGE85LMMORLB

      • Mooser
        September 15, 2015, 10:06 pm

        “Welcome to MW. Don’t pay attention to North. He is nothing but an Israel hating tool.”

        Steve Grover was going to ban North, but relented in the cause of free speech. But the man is on the edge, right “Grover”? One more offense and boom you’ll ban him!

      • Mooser
        September 15, 2015, 10:12 pm

        “It sounds like you’ve been hitting the Manischewitz a little hard lately.”

        Is there any other explanation?

      • Steve Grover
        September 15, 2015, 11:42 pm

        North asks:
        “And shouldn’t you explain to the new hire at Hasbara Central just exactly who Steve Bartman is?”
        Steve Bartman was at the 6th game of NL Pennant game in 2003 when a Marlin hit a foul ball that was playable. Bartman interfered with the ball by reaching in and deflecting the ball making outfielder Moises Alou unable to catch the ball. That would have ended the 8th inning if Alou caught the ball. The Marlins went on to rally and beat the Cubs and win the NL pennant. The funny thing is that Steve Bartman’s significance is much greater than any MW writer.

      • James North
        September 16, 2015, 8:42 am

        Prove that your real name is not Steve Bartman.
        1) You live in Chicago’s northern suburbs.
        2) You support the Chicago Cubs.
        3) You are the right age to be Bartman.
        4) You have the same air of overall ineptitude that Bartman did.

      • eljay
        September 16, 2015, 8:57 am

        || James North: Prove that your real name is not Steve Bartman. … ||

        Does it matter? Whether he’s Bartman or Grover doesn’t change the more-salient fact that he’s a hateful and immoral Zio-supremacist.

      • Mooser
        September 16, 2015, 12:56 pm

        “Whether he’s Bartman or Grover doesn’t change the more-salient fact that he’s a hateful and immoral Zio-supremacist.”

        “Salient”? Yeah, he’s usually about half-dissolved:

        Being shickered up is the only way a reasonable person can fathom an Israel hatin’ Yidlach such as yourself.” – See more at: http://mondoweiss.net/profile/steve-grover?keyword=drunk#sthash.OGvzh8O7.dpuf “Grover,” on posting at Mondo.

    • Mooser
      September 15, 2015, 8:06 pm

      “Islamists Project Islam’s Worst Traits onto Christians” by Raymond Ibrahim.

      “Muslims Project Islam’s Worst Traits onto Israel and the Jews” by Raymond Ibrahim.

      Smart fella’ that Mr. Ibbrahim! Two articles for the typing of one. Just let the computer search and replace. Can’t wait for “Muslims project Islam’s Worst Traits on Agnostics, Atheists and Zoroastrians” Don’t forget Buddhists!

    • Bumblebye
      September 15, 2015, 8:50 pm

      Larry A Singleton

      “Hobby: Curb-stomping the lies of CAIR and the MSA. As well as those in the Muslim Brotherhood and their Dhimmi servents.”

      google.

    • Kris
      September 15, 2015, 8:51 pm

      Larry S, your comments will be more interesting and useful if you actually comment on the article that is being discussed.

      In your two comments on this thread, “Settler group publishes anti-Palestinian children’s book titled ‘Occupation Shmuccupation’,” you have said nothing at all that pertains to the article.

      Try reading the article for content and comprehension, and then share your thoughts about the article. Do you have anything to add? Can you demonstrate that anything in the article is false?

      • Larry A Singleton
        September 22, 2015, 4:32 am

        It pertains precisely to the article. Which like everything else from Mondoweiss is to 24/7 bash Israel.

        Mondoweiss calls this children’s book “propaganda”. I fall all over myself to post references for people to read that pretty much support what’s in that children’s book. Such as “Akba Nonsense”.

        And I notice this every time I post a list of articles, essays and books that you people never, EVER read a single one and come back and refute or debunk a single word. You simply call me names.

        This article and the comments here are just a part of the larger Jew-Hatred and antisemitism being spread in our universities, high schools and across the globe and I post this stuff to establish that you’re all a bunch of liars when it comes to Israel. Here’s another example: Read The Palestine Arab Refugee Problem and its Origins by Shabtai Teveth. Instead of badmouthing the writer, actually read it and refute a single thing he says about that academic quack Benny Morris. Of course you won’t do this.

    • CigarGod
      September 15, 2015, 9:02 pm

      Larry and Larry, Daryl and Daryl.
      You remind me of the guy who looks for proof, by finding two different guys in different books who say the same thing.

      Surely proof of Gods word.

      You poor Cherries. They just throw you into the line of fire with no weapon.

      • Larry A Singleton
        September 22, 2015, 5:05 am

        “You poor Cherries. They just throw you into the line of fire with no weapon.”

        It is to laugh. Are you out of high school? Is this the best you can do? “CigarGod”

        You guys are like clones; who spew this adolescent crap you mistake for cool zingers exposing the fact you’re either too stupid or too lazy to actually READ the articles I’m talking about. Because you never refute or debunk anything said by Raymond Ibrahim, Andrew Harrod, Efraim Karsh, Andrew G. Bostom, Frank Gaffney, Martin Kramer, Patrick Poole, Caroline Glick, Bat Ye’or and others. I make a habit of printing out articles by the “enemy”; Richard Falk, John Esposito, Norman the fink Finkelstein, Benny Morris, etc. and attacking them with pen and hi-liter. Again, you’re too stupid and lazy to do this or you’re smart enough to know to not even try. I think the former.

        As a matter of fact; you don’t even make any sense, adolescent or otherwise. “You remind me of the guy who looks for proof, by finding two different guys in different books who say the same thing.”

        WTF is that supposed to mean? I don’t need no stinking “proof”. I’m a student of history. Not an expert, but someone who reads. You obviously don’t read but want people to believe that you do. That’s how stupid you are; you don’t even SEE how stupid you are. I say I read Alan Dershowitz’s book The Case for Israel. Real simple. No mental masturbation involved. Dershowitz takes all the things that Israel has been accused of like “genocide” and ethnic cleansing” and “war crimes” “colonialism” “exploiting the Holocaust” etc. and goes down one by one knocking each accusation out of the park. Chapter 1 is “Is Israel a Colonial Imperialist State?” If you had an ounce of integrity or common decency you’d actually read the book yourself and refute or debunk his arguments in your own mind, come back and tell me where he’s wrong. But you won’t because you can’t.

      • Annie Robbins
        September 22, 2015, 3:30 pm

        larry, it’s not often we hear the word “stupid” so many times in one comment. boring.

        Dershowitz takes all the things that Israel has been accused of like “genocide” and ethnic cleansing” and “war crimes” “colonialism” “exploiting the Holocaust” etc. and goes down one by one knocking each accusation out of the park.

        hmm, i wouldn’t recommend dershowitz’s theories for any students. not if they want to be prepared to go out into the real world. i know it’s used as a model in jewish days schools, but the kids come out of those unprepared to deal with people who study real history. at least according to these jewish students: > http://mondoweiss.net/2015/08/student-hysterically-massacre

      • CigarGod
        September 22, 2015, 6:09 pm

        Being able to read a book isn’t a high bar, Larry. Reading Dersh for truth is like reading Elders of Zion for history.
        Do you really need to read anybody to tell you what social justice is…and how Dersh and your other idols rationalize away Israel’s inhumanity?

        I’ve been reading books for 6+ decades, Larry. But, I have also supplemented that with 4+ decades of travel to Israel/Palestine…where I have lived with families of all persuasions….not just Jewish. That is where the real education takes place. On the ground, Larry. Not in books. But, the books and the people you list are well known to me and the other “clones” here. After awhile, we know a racist hater by sight…just like we do, snakes.

      • talknic
        September 22, 2015, 10:49 pm

        @ Larry A Singleton

        “I don’t need no stinking “proof”. I’m a student of history. Not an expert, but someone who reads. “

        Read these three short items
        1) http://www.trumanlibrary.org/whistlestop/study_collections/israel/large/documents/newPDF/49.pdf
        2) http://pages.citebite.com/x1r0b4d1y6mkv
        3) Report to the Provisional Government of Israel by Prime Minister and Minister of Defence Ben-Gurion 3 Jun 1948

        “The entire expanse of the State of Israel allocated to us under the terms of the UN resolution is in our hands, and we have conquered several important districts outside those boundaries“.

        and;

        “To the greatest possible extent, we will remain constantly on the offensive, which will not be confined to the borders of the Jewish State

        “If you had an ounce of integrity or common decency you’d actually read the book yourself and refute or debunk his arguments in your own mind, come back and tell me where he’s wrong. But you won’t because you can’t.”

        Give us an instance Larry. Any one …. or two or three or more

    • gamal
      September 15, 2015, 9:52 pm

      Humaid is an ex-chief justice of Saudi Arabia, long term allies of Israel any one who doubts this longstanding alliance could dip in to Jesse Ferris’ “Nassers Gamble: How Intervention in Yemen Caused the Six-Day war.”

      https://books.google.ie/books?id=UC4_aVRh7MgC&pg=PA327&lpg=PA327&dq=yemen+1966+6+day+war+1967&source=bl&ots=sK4UFUAmVO&sig=SYYR0TLG-1fGeHbY9OWd3KLwXfg&hl=en&sa=X&redir_esc=y#v=onepage&q=yemen%201966%206%20day%20war%201967&f=false

  21. Larry A Singleton
    September 15, 2015, 7:56 pm

    Martin Kramer:
    Gaza is a place with no Israeli settlements, from which Israel has totally withdrawn to the 1967 lines, and which nonetheless has become a Hamas terror state. That’s what happens in conditions of Gazafication. So when people say that in a two-state solution, Palestinians would have a “right of return” to the West Bank and not Israel, I do not find that particularly reassuring either. Any influx of Palestinians across the Jordan poses a problem for Israel, and it is naive to dismiss it. I would like to hear how, in a two-state scenario, Gazafication of the West Bank can be prevented. I haven’t heard it yet.

    Neither have I.

    Read The Haj by Leon Uris. And ask these questions:

    What year did the nation of Palestine come into existence?
    What were its national borders and what year did it cease to exist?
    What currency did the nation of Palestine use and why is there no history of it?
    Name one leader to the “nation of Palestine” prior to Yasser Arafat.

    The Case for Israel by Alan Dershowitz.

    The Israeli Solution: A One-State Plan for Peace in the Middle East by Caroline B. Glick. READ THESE BOOKS!!!

    • Mooser
      September 15, 2015, 8:13 pm

      “That’s what happens in conditions of Gazafication.”

      Well, Mr. Sim (pace, Annie) I mean Singleton, I ask you, did Israel get a permit to Gazafy the area from the UN before they embarked on their Gazafication project? No, they did not. Now I understand what you are saying, many areas are enhanced by Gazafication, but the proper destruction permits have to be….oh wait, you mean “Gazafication” isn’t an Israeli word for “gentrification”? Sorry, I guess I got the wrong impression from your comment.

    • Bumblebye
      September 15, 2015, 8:56 pm

      Larry A Singleton.

      A man whose views are shaped by myth-makers, not truth-tellers.

    • CigarGod
      September 15, 2015, 9:10 pm

      Daryl and Daryl,
      Leon Uris is a novelist and a tax dodger.

    • RoHa
      September 16, 2015, 12:34 am

      “What year did the nation of Palestine come into existance?
      What were its national borders and what year did it cease to exist?
      What currency did the nation of Palestine use and why is there no history of it?
      Name one leader to the “nation of Palestine” prior to Yasser Arafat.”

      1. Spelling: existence.

      2. What is the relevance of these questions to the issue of the murders, theft, ethnic cleansing, and oppression committed by the Zionists?

    • talknic
      September 22, 2015, 11:07 pm

      @ Larry A Singleton September 15, 2015, 7:56 pm

      Your stupid questions were answered here
      http://mondoweiss.net/2014/09/security-council-occupation#comment-797183

  22. Froggy
    September 23, 2015, 2:24 pm

    Ci8gar God : “Being able to read a book isn’t a high bar, Larry. Reading Dersh for truth is like reading Elders of Zion for history.”

    -LOL- Brilliant!

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