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I am a news junkie, and am passionate about human rights, and do not like any kind of violence against unarmed civilians. I love to travel, especially in Europe, and enjoy learning about different cultures, and eating the local cuisine.

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  • Israeli women march to 'wage peace' but refuse to challenge the occupation
    • From what I recall, the majority of Israelis support the occupation, and do not want it to end.

      "More than 70 percent of Israelis want their army to continue its brutal 50-year occupation of the Palestinian territory.
      The majority of Israelis are against ending the 50-year occupation of the Palestinian West Bank, a poll released Tuesday showed, which also found that most Israelis want full control over the city of Jerusalem, while Palestinians want its east side as their capital.

      The poll, conducted by the Jerusalem Center for Public Affairs, found that 77 percent of all Israelis oppose a full Israeli withdrawal from the West Bank, which has been illegally occupied for the past 50 years.

      Most Israelis also opposed another withdrawal option that would allow Israel to keep the internationally-illegal settlements it has constructed in the West Bank but withdraw from the rest of the Palestinian territory with 57 percent saying they opposed such an option."

  • Susan Rice calls 'BS' on AIPAC -- but she pandered to the lobby when she was in power
    • I was no fan of Susan Rice, and was disgusted by the way she defended the occupier, when she was representing the nation at the UN.
      But maybe now that she is no longer in office, feels free to express her opinion, even contradicting her previous stance.
      Of course AIPAC is BS. They should be dismantled for doing Israel's bidding, even against the best interests of the US. The "A" in AIPAC is a joke.

  • Trump's speech on Iran deal is an orgy for Israel and its US friends
    • Israel seems to be scarier, with the possibility that it could attack it's neighbors at any time, or if they decide to mow the lawn.

      You are however lucky to be able to visit Iran, something I have been interested in doing for a long time. I would like to see the beautiful mosques, and buildings I often see in pictures, and sample their cuisine.

  • Netanyahu announces unprecedented settlement expansion in the West Bank
    • Despite the claims that the Israeli Nutty and the American Nutty are good friends, it seems the Israeli Nutty is thumbing his nose at his dear American friend, by announcing more illegal settlement, typical of zionist greed. This should make the task even harder for the Kushner the new peacemaker! That's okay, let's send them more aid and weapons, as a reward.

  • Hamas and Fatah sign unity deal, but details remain unclear
    • It will be hard for anyone who has arms to get rid of it anyway, not with the huge looming threat next door, that has the latest ones from the US, and made at home. If my neighbor kept attacking my family, whenever they decide to mow the lawn, it would be best in my interest, to arm myself too. Any party that wants to hold on to the status quo, so that they can continue an occupation, and the greedy grabbing of land, will reject anything even reasonable, to keep doing so. The world knows this game that Israel plays, quite well, only some like the US keeps pretending they don't.

    • The corrupt leader of Israel at one time said Israel could not negotiate for peace because the various factions in Palestine were not united etc. Now that they have wisely decided to unite, the greedy zionist king finds it will make peace "harder" to achieve. He is insulting the intelligence of the world, by coming up with these BS excuses. Go have some pink champagne Nutty.

      http://www.independent.co.uk/news/world/middle-east/palestinian-reconciliation-deal-fatah-hamas-israel-benjamin-netanyahu-reaction-makes-peace-harder-a7997476.html

  • From Greta Gerwig to NYU, Israel has deep reservoir of cultural support in U.S.
    • It is a man made reservoir created by AIPAC and other Israeli lobbies, who have the Congress and the media in their deep pockets, and the zionists control America and we know it.

  • Leading journalists call 2nd Amendment an anachronism -- but spare Zionism
    • Most journalists in America, are afraid to write about Israel or it's endless crimes. Brett Stephens is one of the pro Israeli ones, and gets amnesia when it comes to naming Israel in a negative light. Of course many journalists have their slants, but when it comes to Israel it is not a slant, it is total tip over.

    • From what I remember MDW had an article about Brett Stephens son being in the Israel Defense Forces, so no one should be surprised where Stephens head is, and which way his bias would go, when it comes to anything Israel. It is a shame that America has journalists who are strongly pro Israel, and cannot write unbiased articles. They have lost any credibility they may have had.

  • 'We need to kill Arabs' and 'Islam is a bad disease' -- Israelis interviewed on Jerusalem street
    • If this was the other way around, and these were Palestinian people on the streets, the pro zionist mouthpieces in the media, would have done the rounds, outraged that the Palestinians want Israel and Israelis destroyed, and done with, and the devoted in the US would have renewed their love and devotion to it. This only proves that Israeli kids are taught to hate from their young days, believe the zionist propaganda naively, and they only have deadly intentions against those they keep stealing lands from and occupy. This lot will turn into wicked adults. One standard for God's chosen, and another for the goyim.

  • My congressman, Ted Lieu, supports human rights everywhere but Palestine
    • If these were Palestinians, the outrage would have been loud, and the cries of anti-semitism, louder. It also shows that just like they accuse the Palestinians, they teach their children to hate too. The hypocrisy is crystal clear.

    • See my response above.

    • Sorry my comment was in response to Just.

    • Interesting video. It shows that the men and women on the street of Israel are racist, ignorant, and arrogant. The one that stood out was the man saying they are entitled to hate Arabs.
      We have been told countless times by hasbara that all Arabs hate the Jews, and yet it is no different in zionist land. They are not as intelligent as I thought they were. They seems to be regurgitating propaganda that was fed to them. They are also very blood thirsty, no wonder they camped on hills and picnicked when Gaza was being bombed to rubble.
      The bottom line is, the want it all, and if they have to kill or chase the Palestinians away, so be it.
      Oy vey!

  • Three megadonors (who just happen to love Israel) are pushing Trump against Iran deal
    • It seems the old guy ( who looks like he is drinking prune juice), is consistently showing love for Israel, and yearning to be there....why doesn't he move to the land of illegal settlements, and stop interfering in American matters? They are buying the US for Israel, and perhaps should use the money they throw around here to corrupt the congress, and get pro Israeli votes, to help their mother ship, and give the US tax payers a break from sending those billions of dollars.

      They would love to bomb, wage wars, kill millions, and use American blood, and resources, to fight those who stand up to them, but cannot take it when the other side uses the same rhetoric. Then the outrage is quite loud in the US, in fact deafening.

  • UN takes first concrete step to hold Israel accountable for violating Palestinian human rights
    • This is great news, and long, long overdue. I hope this will be the start of more action, to hold Israel accountable, for thumbing it's nose at the world community, stealing lands, and carrying on as if it is legal, and also for these shameless pro zionist companies, who defied the rules, and went ahead anymore to put down their roots in stolen lands. The ONLY way to hurt Israel is economically. Let them feel the pinch, and let them be treated like other rogue nations.
      I wish this was done years ago.

  • Balfour Declaration, now 100, was 'gun pointed at heads' of Palestinians -- Khalidi
    • Off topic but relevant. Saudi Arabia is desperately trying to improve/change it's horrible image around the world (for many good reasons).

      "Saudi Arabia is lifting its ban on women driving, according to a statement from the state-run press agency.

      Saudi King Salman’s decision was announced by royal decree, the agency said.

      The regulation has been part of the conservative kingdom’s broad restrictions on women’s rights, which include requiring women to secure a male family member’s approval for actions such as working and traveling.

      Female activists have long protested the ban, including by staging demonstrations during which they end up facing arrests and other state restrictions for driving." Huffpost

      That would be a hard sell until they stop bombing Yemen, and stop conspiring with Israel, to cause mischief around the world. They should also stop trying to radicalize Muslims in other nations, and stop waging proxy wars. I mentioned it was a hard sell.

  • Palestinian appeal to ICC seen as last hope to 'bring justice for the victims' of Israeli violations
    • How many nations left, uncorrupted by shekels, and untainted by an Israeli lobby, that will help these long suffering people get justice for the atrocities, crimes, and violence against them? I have no hope that there are any. Most of them watched one of the most disliked, and ruthless nations, get away with an occupation and land grabs, and although verbally condemned it, did nothing. In fact they continued to aid the criminals, and even armed it, so that they could "defend themselves" from unarmed victims. I hope the criminals get their just desserts in our lifetime.

  • Rachel Maddow's lineup of crazy U.N. speeches spotlights Arafat-- and leaves out Netanyahu!
    • Her investigative journalism is better than most others. Of course, like ALL others, she will not dare to criticize, or focus on, the criminal behavior of the zionists, and must keep the "poor Israel is a victim" narrative going, if they want to keep earning big bucks. They don't call it "zionist media" for nothing.

    • Either you must be part of the Robert Mueller team, and know that they are wasting everyone's time, or must do some research to learn how this works. It is strange that Trump's son, son in law, and around 10 in his campaign/administration have had secretive meetings and calls with Russian spies and agents, and have even admitted to it, after it was found out, and yet you think it is an easy way to "smear" these deceivers. This has nothing to do with the fact that Clinton may, or may not, have been a lousy candidate, this has everything to do with this country being corrupted by Russian interference, possible collusion with enemy no.1, and unethical practices by Trump and his cabal. Every American must be outraged at this, and what it means for future elections.

    • I must say I watch Maddow, because her coverage of the Russian investigation can be interesting. That said, of course she does not mention Israel or refer to it's crimes. but then which journalist does, in any of the news channels? No one has the courage to mention the words "occupation" or "illegal settlements", and knowing that the parasitic nation is given billions of dollars by American tax payers, the most aid to any nation, I would think it would be a topic of interest for the American people to know how it it spent, the crimes against humanity, the Palestinian homes demolished, and miles long illegal settlements, which the US has condemned, and that this is the nations that kills civilians, at the slightest excuse. It is time they
      informed the public that Israel is not the real victim in this conflict.
      I guess to do so would be the end of their careers. It is a sickening situation.

  • Jews have religious commandment to support Israel and fight BDS -- American Jewish Committee
    • This must be what they call a guilt trip. Make all Jews feel that to support BDS, and criticize the endless crimes by Israel, which goes against international laws, and considered human rights abuses, is to go against their religion, and is disloyal to good ole Israel. I hope there are rational thinking American Jews, who can see the difference.

  • Netanyahu, say hi from me to the penguins in Antarctica
    • Maybe not, but today the fat guy in NK has likened Trump's UN speech to a barking dog. I guess when you keep insulting others, they can hit back 10 times harder too! Having no clue as to how NK must be handled, Trump is under the illusion that calling other's names, like he does at home, will solve the problem.

    • Good article, and I found it extremely funny.

      Netanyahu and Trump? Of course they match in many ways. Right now BOTH of them, and members of their families, are being investigated for unethical practices, among many other crimes. Two dishonest men, who lie every time they open their ugly mouths.

      Netanyahu and Modi? Two racists men, who have had a long history of killing Muslims, and
      pretending they are the victims.

      The Penguins? Last I heard they are shivering in their boots anticipating the zionist leader visiting their territories, for fear of their icy abodes being destroyed, for illegal settlements, and
      that they will be occupied for decades to come.

      You can be sure that next year, at the same time, Netanyahu will be drama queen again, pounding his chest and acting outraged that Iran is a threat, and dangerous. Comedy time.

  • Read Netanyahu's UN speech, which praises Trump to the skies and matches his North Korea hyperbole on Iran
    • Netanyahu doe not know when to quit. Almost every speech for the past few years have been attacking Iran, even acting like Chicken Little, warning the the sky was going to fall, holding up his cartoon bomb. He tried desperately to sabotage Obama's efforts to get Iran sign the nuclear agreement, shamefully using the congress to achieve his goals. It is now boring, and not working. The levels of hypocrisy that comes from the US and Israel rises by the day. Iran has not attacked it's neighbors, or any other nation, unlike the US that has bombed many, and killed millions of civilians, and Israel that has attacked it's neighbors, and tries it's newest weapons on the poor Palestinian people, and IRAN CANNOT BE TRUSTED WITH DEADLY WEAPONS?
      WHO KEEPS BELIEVING THESE HYPOCRITES?

  • Netanyahu slathers praise on Trump for making US-Israel relationship 'stronger and deeper'
    • Two arrogant, shady leaders, BOTH under investigation, BOTH their families under investigation, and BOTH anti Muslim. The zionist leader tried hard to get the US to use it's resources and bomb Iran, but Obama was strong enough to resist. Knowing how Trump waffles, and knowing he will give in to anyone if HE (or his private businesses) can benefit from it, it is frightening to think Israel will use him to succeed in destroying yet another Muslim nation, a nation that even evil nation no .2, Saudi Arabia, will be happy to join in that destruction.

      Will the zionist leader use yet another cartoon bomb to convince Trump? They must know that Trump's juvenile mind might appreciate it.

  • 'Regime instability' in Iran is aim of leading Israel advocate's memo to White House
  • Israel lobby is never a story (for media that is in bed with the lobby)
    • All the US and other Western nations must do is threaten to cut off the aid, and the weapons flowing into Israel, and things will change drastically. They beg for the aid to be increased, and seems they cannot live without it.

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    • This is connected to the media, and just an observation. I noticed that many articles regarding the ethnic cleansing of the Rohingya people, in the news media, like the Independent UK, and others, have commenters that justify the violence, blame the victims, the religion, and make hateful comments, even if the article is about Rohingya children being traumatized. I am beginning to think that these are the usual hateful hasbara crowd with a different mission - to keep justifying the violence, so that Israel can keep selling it's weapons to this brutal regime and military. Where there is violence, human rights violations, and civilians being massacred, you will find some connection to Israel, somewhere in the world. I guess they have the experience to advice any brutal regime, and even train law enforcement, and the military, (we know they do all that) how to kill, and use their weapons. After all Israel's brutal occupation, and crimes against the Palestinians, for 60 years, have made them the experts. Shame on the US for having an arm embargo against Myanmar, yet look the other way when Israel keeps arming their military, to are terrorizing the minority people, who face the horrible brutality, rapes, burning of homes, and the poor Rohingya people have to flee.
      Israel is also suspected being the instigators in a similar situation in Sri Lanka, using a terrorist saffron robed thug, Just like Wirathu of Myanmar, to spread hate against the minority Muslims, causing fear and the burning of Muslim shops, and Mosques being attacked. Israel was also found to be involved in the violent conflict between the government (majority) and the minority Tamils, which was bloody to say the least, and Israel was found training the government forces, and the terrorists at the same time (according to an ex Mossad official) Israel plays some really filthy games around the world, and in their backyard.

  • Critics slam ADL for training U.S. police in Israel-- and when Reddit AMA goes off script
    • This was a brilliant plan, and we have American politicians in congress, and the zionist controlled MSM to blame. The zionists have successfully been able to convince Americans that an occupier, one of the top arms manufacturers in the world, who is the recipient of US aid, more weapons, and support, with one of the violent armed forces in the ME, is THE VICTIM of unarmed, powerless, civilians, who are at the mercy of said occupier, and whose resistance to decades of occupation, and the resulting violence against them is "defending themselves". It seems only the occupier has the right to "defend" themselves, and not the victims, and it seems only one side has the rights. The hypocrisy of the US and EU nations, who demand other rogue nations to toe the line of democracy, and ignore and even condone, the human rights violations, land grabs, and the daily violence against helpless civilians, is disgusting to say the least.

      The conclusion one might reach is, these nation are compliant, and silent partners, in one of the most disgraceful crimes of ethnic cleansing, and slow take over of lands that belonged to the indigenous Palestinian people. The Congress and the US media pretend otherwise.

    • Well it seems that Israel, has been found to be heavily involved in American law enforcement personnel, and we have to wonder why our Police Academies, are not good enough for our police officers to get the same training at home, instead of an alien nation, that has been caught spying on us. Israel cannot be trusted, and any offers of freebies, should be looked upon suspiciously. Are these services in return for the endless aid we keep sending them?

      According to Victor Ostrovsky (ex Mossad), Israel was training the Sri Lankan military, while nearby they were training the terrorists they were fighting against. War is good money for Israel, whether it is weapons or training, even if it means training both warring factions.

  • Arab League and Palestinian Authority to block Israeli bid for UN Security Council seat
    • The inmates will then be running that asylum. Perhaps when Israel has ended it's endless occupation, stopped the building of illegal settlements (which is against UN regulations), and allow those they hold under siege to be free, they will have the moral authority to hold that seat.
      Personally, I doubt Israel will ever be trusted by other nations, and it has the record of being one of the most disliked nations in the world. I would agree that there are other nations not worthy of being in that council, but we are discussing one of the world's top occupiers, and human rights abusers, who has a long list of condemnations, and world criticism, some of course vetoed by the good ole' USA. Will the US as usual save the day for it's dear ally?

  • Soros and the Illuminati! Netanyahu Jr. spreads anti-Semitic cartoon
    • The spoilt son, who like his parents, have also been the recipient of generous "gifts" is yet another corrupt, and arrogant member of the Netanyahu family. He has consistently shown to have racist tendencies, and obviously was not disciplined enough by his parents. He is a despicable man.

      "Yair Netanyahu reportedly advises his father, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, on how to use social media. But his own Facebook activity has repeatedly sparked controversy in Israel — and made headlines worldwide.

      Most recently, in the wee hours Wednesday, Yair Netanyahu, 26, weighed in on the violence at a white supremacist rally over the weekend in Charlottesville, Va. He suggested in English that American left-wing groups — the anti-fascist Antifa movement and the Black Lives Matter movement against systemic racism — are more dangerous than neo-Nazis.

      “To put things in perspective. I’m a Jew, I’m an Israeli, the neo nazi scums [sic] in Virginia hate me and my country. But they belong to the past. Their breed is dying out,” he wrote."

      “However the thugs of Antifa and BLM who hate my country (and America too in my view) just as much are getting stronger and stronger and becoming super dominant in American universities and public life.”

      He is Benjamin and Sara Netanyahu's son, so it should be no surprise he behaves this way.

  • 'Voice of boycott' was heard in Montgomery and South Africa, why not Israel? Roger Waters writes in 'NYT'
    • Amnesty Int. slams Israeli threats and punishment over call for settlements boycotts.

      "Palestinian human rights defenders have faced death threats and harassment that a veteran analyst has suggested are linked to an Israeli government-directed campaign of “black ops.”

      Last year, Amnesty International expressed its fears for the “safety and liberty of Palestinian human rights defender Omar Barghouti, and other boycott, divestment and sanctions (BDS) activists, following calls alluding to threats, including of physical harm and deprivation of basic rights, made by Israeli ministers.”

      https://electronicintifada.net/blogs/ali-abunimah/amnesty-slams-israeli-threats-punish-it-over-settlement-boycott-call

      Death threats? Punishment? Can you call this thuggish? nazi-like? Undemocratic?
      All of the above? Israel keeps breaking international laws, and violently threatens anyone, and any international agency, that wants them held responsible, and face the consequences. We let them.

  • Israeli support for Myanmar is the natural alliance of regimes based on ethnic supremacy
    • Israel even tried to sell nuclear warheads to apartheid South Africa. Where there is death and destruction, human rights abuses, and mass killings, you might find Israel's dirty finger prints somewhere around. "Never again" seems only for their own people.

      "Secret South African documents reveal that Israel offered to sell nuclear warheads to the apartheid regime, providing the first official documentary evidence of the state's possession of nuclear weapons.

      The "top secret" minutes of meetings between senior officials from the two countries in 1975 show that South Africa's defence minister, PW Botha, asked for the warheads and Shimon Peres, then Israel's defence minister and now its president, responded by offering them "in three sizes". The two men also signed a broad-ranging agreement governing military ties between the two countries that included a clause declaring that "the very existence of this agreement" was to remain secret.
      https://www.theguardian.com/world/2010/may/23/israel-south-africa-nuclear-weapons

    • "Billions of dollars to Israel means little in the grand scheme of things."

      I disagree. 62 percent of American think that is too much money to a piddling little nation, that seem to have parasitic tendencies when it comes to it's relationship with the US. Right now with hurricanes and the needs of the American people, the billions in aid and weapons (recently increased under Obama), will be better spent on the American people.

      "Yet, as thousands of “Israel-first” citizen lobbyists descend on Capitol Hill tomorrow as part of the annual policy conference of the American Israel Public Affairs Committee (AIPAC) — the largest and most influential of the many groups comprising the “Israel lobby” — concern for these millions of Americans will not be on its legislative agenda. 

Instead, AIPAC will be lobbying to avert the impact of sequestration on record-breaking levels of U.S. military aid to Israel. It will also be pushing for legislation to boost the U.S.-Israel “strategic alliance” and green light an Israeli attack on Iran, measures which will both inevitably entail demands for additional U.S. taxpayer-funded weapons to Israel."

    • The biggest need Israel has for the US is the billions of dollars and weapons in aid, the protection and support at the UN every time Israel is criticized, and condemned, at the UN, and the need to interfere in our elections (through AIPAC) and in our foreign policies. Take away all that and Israel would be nothing, and hated even more.
      We do not need Israel to "maintain" our status quo. The US did not become the world's greatest superpower relying on Israel, unlike Israel's dependency on the US.

  • Democratic candidate for Illinois gov'r fires his running mate over BDS
    • Yet another enabler politician. He either is depending on AIPAC contributions and support, or just does not know to show Israel some tough love, which is long overdue.

  • The alleged peace process reaches farcical lows
    • It is highly unlikely that an inexperienced, clueless man, can achieve what leaders with years of experience, and knowledge of the conflict has failed to do. Perhaps this naive man thinks the support his family has given towards the illegal settlements, entitles him to play peacemaker, and makes him knowledgeable about the 50 plus years of occupation. Knowing how cozy he is with the Nut in Chief, he will only offer the Palestinians slim pickings, that cunning Nut will offer, and at the end the Palestinians will once again be blamed for refusing such a "generous" offer.
      Jared is the dishonest broker who will fail miserably.

    • I was being sarcastic of course. :))

    • Again, It is unbelievable that the zionists have been successful in convincing the world, that it is THEY who are the victims, despite being the occupier, have a deadly military, and the newest of weapons made by themselves and the world's top arms manufacturer, the US. The rationale is crazy, but it seem it is the unarmed victims of the occupation are the aggressors, who keep resisting this bloody occupation, while their lands are being stolen, and kids are being killed.
      Ah those poor zionists, how much more must be endure, and how much more will America pretend to believe the BS?

  • Conan O'Brien frolics with Netanyahu and the Israeli army
    • Is he expecting a lucrative contract from the zionist media, running for office in the US, or simply wanting to do some PR work for Israel?
      Maybe it is a junket trip like our shameless congress members take:

      "At least 53 Congressional representatives are on a week-long trip to Israel, paid for by the American Israel Education Foundation (AIEF), an arm of the powerful lobbying group AIPAC (American Israel Public Affairs Committee).

      AIEF’s budget is approximately $80 million, which it uses to take diverse groups to Israel. More than a dozen Latino leaders from the Southwest U.S. have just returned from an AIEF funded five-day trip to Israel that ended Aug 6, and a trip for top political operatives was conducted in June."
      http://www.informationclearinghouse.info/47573.htm

      If Israel can afford $80 million all expenses paid trip to Israel for American politicians, why are WE still sending them aid?

  • Prominent Israeli rabbi preaches rape in war time
    • They do have their share of mean, racist Rabbis, don't they? I Remember Rabbi Ovadia Yosef
      the Holy man who said of Arabs:

      "It is forbidden to be merciful to them. You must send missiles to them and annihilate them. They are evil and damnable."

      Here we are constantly told that Islam is an evil religion, and their "Imam"s are trying to influence them into extremism and violence, but everyone in the media seems quiet about this religion. Rape is okay if by the chosen ones?

      Imagine the Islamaphobic comments attacking the religion had this been said by some Imam or Mullah!

  • Israeli forces injure 8-year-old Palestinian and detain 7-year-old in clashes in occupation
  • Andrea Mitchell suggests State Dep't staged 'fake news' in Jerusalem with Kushner, Netanyahu and no press
    • Kushner was heard saying it is not going to be easy. This is yet another fake headline by the Trump administration, that goes nowhere. What makes Kushner think he can achieve something that others, including diplomats and leaders, with years of experience, can never do? This is an administration that makes grand announcements, and after that it is either failure or silence.
      Kushner is a biased "peace maker", whose family have financially contributed to the world condemned illegal settlements, and he is also supposed to be a good buddy to the other crook Netanyahu. The Palestinians are wise enough to know this is another US attempt to keep the support of the occupier going. They will be offered nothing, and then blamed for refusing yet another offer for peace. A familiar pattern.

  • State Department says committing to two-states is 'bias' as Kushner is sent to broker peace
    • The US has never been an honest broker in this conflict, aiding, and arming, one side to the hilt, and vetoing endless UN resolutions condemning Israel's endless crimes against the Palestinians.

      The Kushner family has apparently donated thousands of dollars towards projects in the illegal settlements, and Jared is supposed to be good friends with Nutty, the man being investigated for corruption. This shows a strong bias for a peace broker.

      Anyone believing there will be some resolution, and that Jared will act like a savior and put right, what leaders with much more experience has tried to do for decades, is only delusional, and fooling themselves.

      When Jared realizes he has failed, the WH will throw the Palestinians under the bus (yet again) and blame them for not agreeing to what I already think would be very unfair terms, favoring the zionists. This will be a waste of time and tax payer's money (like most of Trumps grand plans).

  • As many as 1 million Israelis have left for the U.S.
    • Israeli leaders, when it suits them, keep saying they are under "existential threat" consistently, which must give their people a feeling of insecurity. Perhaps now that is backfiring.

      Maybe if Israel ends the decades old occupation, stops the land grabs, and the inhumane treatment of those they occupy, they will not provoke their victims into wanting to resist, even violently. It is a natural reaction by desperate people in a hopeless situation.
      How long can Israel keep blaming it's victims? At least the rest of the world seems to get that.

  • 'We came to school and found the school destroyed': Israeli forces demolish West Bank school hours before children's first day
    • Maybe it is time someone informed the most important peace maker in the world, Jared Kushner, about this outrageous crime by the zionists. He speaks of peace for both people, but it seems the violence and viciousness, always comes from ONE side. How can there be any kind of peace when these crimes keep getting committed by the occupier?

    • If this was Iran, you can bet even Nutty would be feigning outrage at how mean and evil they are.

    • What a sad story, and a hopeless situation. The zionists have consistently shown nothing but arrogance, and disregard for basic human rights for those they occupy. They steal the lands, water, collectively punish them, and show their mean streak quite often, this time to prevent children from getting an education. While they brag of being educated people, it seem they want to prevent the Palestinians from succeeding in their own lives. I am ashamed that the US congress does nothing and keeps enabling these deplorable people to continue these inhumane crimes, and shame on Saudi Arabia and other nations that now hold hands with the vicious zionists., instead of helping their own.

  • Video: 'Very fine people on both sides'

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