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No freedom in the land of false prophets

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Desecrated Mamilla Cemetery in Jerusalem

I ask, how can the Jewish state find freedom as occupier?

Two occupations have eaten Israel where mosques burn and a faux Museum

Sits on desecrated Muslim tombs. They call it Museum of Tolerance, I call it

Muslim cleansing, killer of those deemed inferior.

False prophets, destroyer of 800.000 olive and citrus plants, subjugation.

Collective abuse, fishermen attacked likes vermin by Israeli killer boats.

Apartheid! Word we dare not whisper, write or speak.

Condemned by true believers, the Zionist story makes one shudder.

I’ve heard the racist words before, when Jews were driven from their homes and vilified.

Now I hear it all again from a big Rabbi contender for The Jewish Heroes competition.

Asked how Jews should treat their neighbors he said:

“The only way to fight a moral war is the Jewish way. Destroy the holy sites,

Kill men, women children and cattle.”

I remember another time, “No Jews Allowed.” Germany nearly succeeded.

Now false prophets decree Arabs not allowed, a Zionist story.

No Palestinians to live life with dignity for “We” are the chosen people.

It’s written in the Old Testament.

Lillian Rosengarten 11/29/11

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I met a man who, with his wife and teen-aged daughter Ayala, moved to the USA from Israel in early 1950s, when I was a teen (ahem). He said the Jews were the chosen people, chosen to suffer. I never saw that family again. Others say Jews were chosen to keep the mitzvot. Zionists (originally non-religious) say Jews were chosen to adopt lawless violence for the purpose of triumphing over and dispossessing the indigenous inhabitants… Read more »

“He said the Jews were the chosen people, chosen to suffer.” Yeah I had an israeli friend (leftist kibbutzim) who often would say exactly the same thing – but with a twist of black humor. And speaking of the concept of ‘chosen’, today I happenstance met a Lebanese shepherd in the Galilee hills while I was hiking (I’ve been here visiting friends and site-seeing for two months and will be leaving in a few days).… Read more »

Yes, it’s written in the Old Testament, and reiterated in the New, about false and true prophets. Don’t you know what the Scripture says of Elijah, how he pleads with God against Israel, saying, Lord, they have killed your prophets, and torn down your altars, and I alone am left, and they seek my life? But what does the divine answer say to him? I have reserved for myself seven thousand men who have not… Read more »

this is amazing Lillian. i regret to say i had not read it before..still getting used to the new formatting and i’m so behind and where it used to seem i could read every post now they are stacked up and i am so behind. but taxi directed me here from another thread and i must say this poem has moved me as much as anything i recall you’ve ever written here. and you’ve written… Read more »