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Peter Lerner is the Israeli Defense Forces spokesman for international media. He tweeted this picture today.


If you look carefully at the radar map on right, you can see that the border between Jordan and Israel is clearly marked, bisecting the Dead Sea. There is no line for the West Bank. Judea and Samaria, as this government calls the occupied territory. Don’t be fooled by this Israeli regime. They want it all. And there’s no line for Gaza.

Another photo. From the Hatzolah twitter feed, John Kerry checking out the snow, with Netanyahu.

Kerry and snow

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  1. Justpassingby
    Justpassingby
    December 13, 2013, 10:21 am

    And no Gaza?

    • Krauss
      Krauss
      December 13, 2013, 4:10 pm

      The plan is to hand it over to the Egyptians, if the population cannot be ethnically cleansed. Let the military regime in Cairo be the administrators, sort of a militarized Fatah, to do the bidding of the IDF, acting as the Arab quislings.

  2. just
    just
    December 13, 2013, 10:21 am

    “The Prime Minister is the figure in the formfitting sweater, on right.”

    rotflmao…..oh my!

    “They want it all.”

    This should disabuse even those that remain willfully blind to the hateful and ruinous agenda of Israel; you know, those who still maintain that Israel has even one ounce of integrity left.

    • amigo
      amigo
      December 13, 2013, 10:48 am

      “This should disabuse even those that remain willfully blind to the hateful and ruinous agenda of Israel; you know, those who still maintain that Israel has even one ounce of integrity left” Just

      You mean like the Mahanes.

    • Ecru
      Ecru
      December 13, 2013, 12:15 pm

      @ just

      ….those who still maintain that Israel has even one ounce of integrity left.

      Really? I wasn’t aware it had had any to start with.

  3. miriam6
    miriam6
    December 13, 2013, 10:57 am

    “The Prime Minister is the figure in the formfitting sweater, on right.”
    rotflmao…..oh my!

    That’s called ‘middle aged spread’ Pollyanna.. Happens to men in their mature years..

    Of course both Philly and Scotty have bellies like washboards right?!

    • philweiss
      philweiss
      December 13, 2013, 11:02 am

      Hi Miriam, I removed that line, as offensive. But as to the washboard, Yes.

      • miriam6
        miriam6
        December 13, 2013, 11:26 am

        Phil [email protected];

        How funny!

        I am not sure that referring to a man’s middle aged spread is offensive really…more like pointing out the reality of how middle aged men ( as do many ladies ) do tend to end up becoming built for cuddliness rather than speed shall we say..

        I need photographic evidence of your alleged washboard tummy!

        I suppose you are going to plead the good effects of family genetics and gym membership etc. etc. instead!

      • seafoid
        seafoid
        December 13, 2013, 2:32 pm

        Bibi has the bald patch, the Bobby Charlton comb over, the pot belly and the out of date ideology. And he is the Alpha male in Israel.

      • Krauss
        Krauss
        December 13, 2013, 4:20 pm

        Actually, I saw an Al-Jazeera documentary by one of the former associate editors at Abuminah’s site. It was about Jews and Zionism and Phil was interview. He is a very lanky man. Some people are just built to be very thin, and they don’t have to eat that great food to keep it.

        My friend is one of those guys, he lives on coke(the drink, that is) and pizza, yet hardly gains weight. I am watching what I eat very carefully because I gain easily. (The flipside of that is that you build muscles easily and can get toned quite well, while lanky-by-nature guys stay looking like a stick, no matter how much they work out).

        Phil’s also a guy who doens’t lose his hair in middle age, which isn’t a bad deal either. Come to think of it, maybe Phil can side-hustle as a model for middle-aged men’s clothes. Like the liberal version of Scott Brown, only with a few extra years. He’ll be modeled as the toughtful radical, a Jew in anguish. Vulnerable, smart, sassy with a myserious secret we never quite get to find out(to keep the mystery going, of course). Who will do his makeup and who will do the camera work? Fate is calling.

      • miriam6
        miriam6
        December 14, 2013, 3:58 pm

        [email protected];

        My friend is one of those guys, he lives on coke(the drink, that is) and pizza, yet hardly gains weight.

        My guess is that guy may be heading towards Type 2 diabetes if he has been consuming large quantities of sugary cola over a prolonged period of time.

        If he drinks the non – sugar variety of cola as he should do – he would be alright.

        But if he drinks the coke with the sugar in it your friend should really see his doctor about having his blood tested to check that his blood sugar level is still okay and normal.

        Having high blood sugar over a long period of time leads to the insulin producing cells in the pancreas being destroyed – so the body loses it’s ability to produce enough of the hormone insulin which is needed to regulate blood sugar levels.

        Being overweight – especially carrying weight around one’s stomach increase the risk of getting diabetes as well – because the body – and the pancreas specifically – is struggling to maintain it’s insulin resistance so that blood sugar levels do not become high and cause damage.

        One of the first things a newly diagnosed diabetic is frequently advised to do is to lose weight if they are overweight because loss of weight increases insulin resistance and lowers blood sugar levels.

        Also – if your friend is eating a lot of pizza and other fatty foods – even though he does not appear to put on weight – that saturated fat will still be furring up and clogging up his arteries and blood vessels leaving him at risk of cardiovascular disease which causes strokes and heart attacks.

        I know this stuff because I am type one diabetic.

        Even with good diabetic – diet control and exercise – diabetes still causes damage.

        So it is best avoiding sugary / fatty foods and being overweight in order to avoid diabetes altogether.

        It is an irreversible condition and it is tough to control it once you have it.

        Just look on any site about diabetes and you will see all the illnesses it can lead to.

    • Cliff
      Cliff
      December 13, 2013, 11:24 am

      @666

      Chillax, it’s his stomach not the survival of Israel ‘as a Jewish State’.

      But I’m sure Israel is happy it’s keyboard warriors trolling the web are as meticulous as you are.

    • talknic
      talknic
      December 13, 2013, 11:28 am

      @ miriam6 “That’s called ‘middle aged spread’ Pollyanna.. Happens to men in their mature years”

      Twaddle. It happens to people who don’t have a healthy lifestyle

      • just
        just
        December 13, 2013, 11:34 am

        Correct. Case in point: check out the lack of ‘middle aged spread’ on Mr. Kerry………..

      • miriam6
        miriam6
        December 13, 2013, 11:46 am

        [email protected];

        Gosh you just ALWAYS have to be right don’t you?! You need to have a little mercy for those lacking your iron will to remain thin as a whippet!

        People are surrounded by high fat easily obtained foods these days.

        Our ancestors probably stuffed themselves with food when it was available – hence an inbuilt instinct to scoff high calorie foods whenever possible.

        Anyway here is a clue to Netanyahu’s uhh – body shape..

        Binyamin Netanyahu ice-cream habit causes meltdown

        As far as vices go, Binyamin Netanyahu’s may be quite vanilla. But the revelation that the Israeli prime minister has a budget in excess of £1,700 to feed his formidable ice-cream cravings has caused a media storm in Israel and delivered a gift to his political opponents.

        http://www.theguardian.com/world/2013/feb/15/binyamin-netanyahu-ice-cream/

        http://www.nhs.uk/livewell/loseweight/pages/middleagespread.aspx//

      • talknic
        talknic
        December 13, 2013, 10:14 pm

        @miriam6 “Gosh you just ALWAYS have to be right don’t you?!”

        Nope. I’ll admit when I’m wrong. It’s not my fault you write rubbish

        “You need to have a little mercy for those lacking your iron will to remain thin as a whippet!”

        Common sense requires very little iron will

        “People are surrounded by high fat easily obtained foods these days”

        More than ever in the history of mankind, healthy fresh foods are available 24/7/365 , especially in developed countries such as Israel

        “Our ancestors probably stuffed themselves with food when it was available – hence an inbuilt instinct to scoff high calorie foods whenever possible”

        Whatever excuses you need to make

        ” Binyamin Netanyahu ice-cream habit causes meltdown”

        So he’s a weak willed food idiot. Like Sharon, it’s his problem

      • Citizen
        Citizen
        December 14, 2013, 2:49 pm

        @ talknic
        Mine too. It wasn’t when I was in my 50’s. I’m in my 70’s. How old are you?

    • amigo
      amigo
      December 13, 2013, 12:44 pm

      Israel too is suffering from Middle aged spread in the form of the west bank being illegally attached to it,s midriff.

      I would suggest a healthier life style for Israel and she can rid her self of that not so formfitting sweater.

      But Israel has anything but a healthy lifestyle.It has a cancer eating away at it,s very core and the outlook is not positive.

      • just
        just
        December 13, 2013, 1:19 pm

        Gluttonous cancer at its worst.

  4. Shuki
    Shuki
    December 13, 2013, 12:30 pm

    BFD… an internal map used by the Israeli’s doesn’t mark the West Bank. (by the way, what other river bank in the world is 60km wide?).

    I must have missed the story you published regarding your outrage that the official hamas logo has an image of all of Israel…

    • talknic
      talknic
      December 13, 2013, 1:17 pm

      @ Shuki ” an internal map used by the Israeli’s doesn’t mark the West Bank”

      An ‘internal map’ would go by Israel’s actual borders. The West Bank and Gaza and the territory acquired by war by Israel in the 1948 ’49 war have never been legally annexed to the Jewish state. It ain’t Israeli

      “I must have missed the story you published regarding your outrage that the official hamas logo has an image of all of Israel…”

      Ah yes, of course. Two wrongs make a right ….. in creepsville

    • Woody Tanaka
      Woody Tanaka
      December 13, 2013, 1:49 pm

      “(by the way, what other river bank in the world is 60km wide?).”

      What a stupid comment. It’s a political name, not a geographic one.

      “the official hamas logo has an image of all of Israel…”

      No, it doesn’t. It has an image of Palestine on it.

      • Shuki
        Shuki
        December 13, 2013, 4:11 pm

        It is indeed a political name… political in the sense that it is fashioned to persuade peoples’ perceptions.

        Palestine includes everything from the Mediterranean to river?

    • Taxi
      Taxi
      December 13, 2013, 2:18 pm

      Israel always claims ‘faulty maps’ when it bombs schools, hospitals and UN peacekeeping stations, so it don’t surprise me one bit that they use pretend maps in their Situation Room. And what a decorously bland and lifeless room it is too, with a buncha infantile doofuses who look like they’re huddled up and playing computer games in their lunch break.

      It also wouldn’t surprise me at all if that infamous Acme Bomb drawing Netanyahu presented at the UN was conceived and drawn in the very room. Sorta fits.

    • homingpigeon
      homingpigeon
      December 13, 2013, 3:23 pm

      “I must have missed the story you published regarding your outrage that the official hamas logo has an image of all of Israel…”

      Heh, heh, I was just going to say that whenever the hasbarists get outraged at something the Palestinians are doing, or are alleged to be doing, it’s usually something the Israelis are doing already – the map in this case.

      Palestine from river to sea, Israel from river to sea. Okay we’re in agreement that it is one country. The only thing left to discuss is whether or not there will be equal rights for all citizens – voting rights, property rights, civil rights, and so on.

  5. JohnAdamTurnbull
    JohnAdamTurnbull
    December 13, 2013, 12:32 pm

    Green Line? It’s just a memory. Check the weather map of “Israel”.

    http://israelweather.co.il/english/index.asp

  6. MahaneYehude1
    MahaneYehude1
    December 13, 2013, 2:05 pm

    Netanyahu’s situation room recognizes no West Bank

    Roni Daniel, Channel 2 Israeli TV reporter, reported few minutes ago that:

    The IDF evacuated many Palestinians stuck with their cars in the snow in the WB, using IDF’s vehicles.

    Israel, through the UN forces, passed to Syrian villages near the Israeli borders, blankets, coats and food.

    Sometimes it is not bad that we don’t draw lines.

    • just
      just
      December 14, 2013, 6:50 am

      Such humanitarians!

      *cough*, *gag*.

    • amigo
      amigo
      December 14, 2013, 9:09 am

      “Israel, through the UN forces, passed to Syrian villages near the Israeli borders, blankets, coats and food.”mahane1,2 or 3??.

      Would those be the Syrian villages in the Syrian heights stolen by your beloved IOF thugs.

      If you care so much , why are you not demanding that Israel give back to the Syrians what is theirs, ergo proving you are not a hypocrite.

    • amigo
      amigo
      December 14, 2013, 9:14 am

      “The IDF evacuated many Palestinians stuck with their cars in the snow in the WB, using IDF’s vehicles.” mahane 1,2 or 3??.

      What are they doing in the West Bank.

      I know , Israel had this occupation forced on it.Right spud.

      • MahaneYehude1
        MahaneYehude1
        December 14, 2013, 1:32 pm

        @Amigo:

        What do you mean “stolen”? The Golan Height is not “stolen”. It was occupied in 1967 when Israel wanted to put an end to 19 years of Syrian bombing of Israeli villages and Kibbutzim. Israel will withdraw from the Golan and return it to Syria after peace agreement, as we did with Egypt. So, please, stop using your mocking language and try to understand our side. We didn’t return to our homeland to live under bomb and missile attacks and people in this area should learn it, recognize our rights and stop dreaming to bash Israel.

        (BTW, I am not sure the Golan citizens will be happy to return to live under Syrian control in these days, but I assume you don’t bother to ask them).

      • amigo
        amigo
        December 15, 2013, 10:54 am

        “What do you mean “stolen”? The Golan Height is not “stolen”. ” It was occupied in 1967 when Israel wanted to put an end to 19 years of Syrian bombing of Israeli villages and Kibbutzim. Mahane 1,2 or 3??.

        “UNSC Resolution 497 invalidating Israel’s annexation of the Golan Heights
        UN Security Council Resolution 497
        17 December 1981

        The Security Council,

        Having considered the letter of 14 December 1981 from the Permanent Representative of the Syrian Arab Republic contained in document S/14791,

        Reaffirming that the acquisition of territory by force is inadmissible, in accordance with the United Nations Charter, the principles of international law, and relevant Security Council resolutions,

        Decides that the Israeli decision to impose its laws, jurisdiction and administration in the occupied Syrian Golan Heights is null and void and without international legal effect;

        Demands that Israel, the occupying Power, should rescind forthwith its decision;

        Determines that all the provisions of the Geneva Convention Relative to the Protection of Civilian Persons in Time of War of 12 August 1949 continue to apply to the Syrian territory occupied by Israel since June 1967;

        Requests the Secretary-General to report to the Security Council on the implementation of this resolution within two weeks and decides that in the event of non-compliance by Israel, the Security Council would meet urgently, and not later than 5 January 1982, to consider taking appropriate measures in accordance with the Charter of the United Nations.

        http://imeu.net/news/article005892.shtml

        and here,,,http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Israeli-occupied_territories

        As I said, illegally annexed=stolen without the permission of those Syrians.

        More ifo to debunk your zionist lies.

        “It is an article of faith among Israelis that the Golan Heights were seized in the 1967 Middle East war to stop Syria from shelling the Israeli settlements down below. The future of the Golan Heights is central to the search for peace in the Middle East, and much of the case against giving the Golan Heights back to Syria rests on the fear of reviving that threat.

        But like many another of Israel’s founding legends, this one has come under question lately, and from a most surprising quarter: Moshe Dayan, the celebrated commander who, as Defense Minister in 1967, gave the order to conquer the Golan.

        General Dayan died in 1981. But in conversations with a young reporter five years earlier, he said he regretted not having stuck to his initial opposition to storming the Golan Heights. There really was no pressing reason to do so, he said, because many of the firefights with the Syrians were deliberately provoked by Israel, and the kibbutz residents who pressed the Government to take the Golan Heights did so less for security than for the farmland.”

        http://www.nytimes.com/1997/05/11/world/general-s-words-shed-a-new-light-on-the-golan.html

        Mahane , you are a total liar and a troll.

  7. seafoid
    seafoid
    December 13, 2013, 2:52 pm

    Why would the Bot situation room recognize the West Bank?
    There are no Palestinians in the Holy Land. There are a few Israeli Arabs. There is the Khamas. And that’s it.

  8. DICKERSON3870
    DICKERSON3870
    December 13, 2013, 2:55 pm

    RE: “There is no line for the West Bank. Judea and Samaria, as this government calls the occupied territory. Don’t be fooled by this Israeli regime. They want it all. And there’s no line for Gaza.” ~ Weiss

    MY COMMENT: And “Pastor” John Hagee wants them to have it all* (that is, until the Israelis are “left behind” by The Rapture™ and then “eliminated” in The Apocalypse®).

    * SEE: “A Serial Obstructionist”, By Rachel Tabachnick, ZEEK – Forward, 3/15/10

    [EXCERPTS] . . . Shortly after Vice President Joe Biden’s arrival in Israel, Netanyahu and Jerusalem Mayor Nir Barkat were the headliners at Pastor John Hagee’s two-hour Christians United for Israel (CUFI) extravaganza at the Jerusalem Convention Center. . .
    . . . Monday’s CUFI production was based on the concept of “biblical Zionism,” or the belief that God mandates nonnegotiable borders of Israel, and any leader or nation who thwarts this divine plan will be cursed. Before introducing Netanyahu, Hagee stated, “World leaders do not have the authority to tell Israel and the Jewish people what they can and can not do in Jerusalem.” He added, “Israel does not exist because of a decree of the United Nations in 1948. Israel exists because of a covenant God made with Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob. . . The settlements are not the problem.”
    In his books and sermons Hagee has promoted a “greater Israel,” that will reclaim all of Israel’s former biblical territory, stating “In modern terms, Israel rightfully owns all of present-day Israel, all of Lebanon, half of Syria, two-thirds of Jordan, all of Iraq, and the northern portion of Saudi Arabia.”
    At the Jerusalem CUFI event Hagee described Ahmadinejad as the Hitler of the Middle East who could turn the world upside down in 24 hours, words similar to those he made when lobbying for the attack on Iraq. . .
    . . . During a performance by singer Dudu Fisher, the God TV camera panned to the audience and centered on Joel Bell, leader of Worldwide Biblical Zionists. WBZ is currently building a center in Sha’ar Benjamin for “facilitating absorption” of Christian Zionists into the West Bank. It was established after a joint meeting held in Texas of the Board of Governors of World Likud led by Danny Danon, and World Evangelical Zionists led by Joel Bell. Speakers included ZOA’s Morton Klein. . .

    ENTIRE ARTICLE – http://zeek.forward.com/articles/116518/

  9. seafoid
    seafoid
    December 13, 2013, 3:11 pm

    1. http://www.haaretz.com/news/national/1.559133
    “Mrs. Lee Steinberg and Meir Panim are celebrating the 12th anniversary of the Free Restaurant in Tiberias, Israel. This restaurant-style soup kitchen has been lauded for its delicious, nutritious meals served in a dignified manner in an inviting atmosphere. One hundred and sixty meals are served daily and sixty Meals-on-Wheels are packaged and delivered to the homebound. Located in the city center, the Tiberias Free Restaurant serves people who come each and every day to get a nutritious, and for many, their only hot meal of the day”

    2. Come along come along, end Zionism’s Wars, dirty smart bombs and phosphorous
    And U.S. Congress whores.
    Come along come along, hey baby don’t be late. Come along come along, let’s
    Celebrate Human Rights .
    Come along come along, for Sharon’s a vegetable in his home. Come along come along,
    Sitting under Dimona’s domes.
    Come along come along, forget their Ashkenazi heroine. Smoke some justice and relax,
    And forget your bloody world.
    Come along oh Israelis, and let’s be number sixty two. Number four was a
    Kissy-ass act we all went through.
    Come along, save the whales, and save the humans too, and the ladies, and
    The fairies, and poor Jewish kids who don’t have enough to eat.
    Come along out of the bot ideology , the planet is still here. We’ve got to save
    Our mom and nothing more we have to fear.
    Come along and let the people, and the other species rare, breathe again in
    Vasty space, the cleaned out Jewish headspace
    Come along without your fission, and if you fusion choose, just make sure
    You don’t burn up the very ground you use.
    Come along without your pistol, without your Shin Bet badge, without you airport interrogations
    Come along without state; come along without your power. Come along
    Just as you are, really naked for an hour. You have all your life to wear
    Your clothes, ninety years to milk your cow. Come along and breathe
    Together, and conspire to be here now.
    Come along come along, the hour is at hand, when all this shitty nation
    That smokes across the land, can wake up again, and shake off our
    HezbiGaza scream, and hear 14000 fatherless families, they all dream.
    Come along oh modern nation and get down on your knees, and ask the gods
    And to forgive us if they please. We have killed far too many people,
    We have wounded many more, and 8 million refugees are waiting at
    Our door.
    So come along humble and act to please mankind. Cut down on our
    Electricals, dim light has made us blind to the stars, and the birdies, and
    the muslims , and the babes. We have seen without the seeing, buried under
    hasbara waves.
    Come along come along, the war is over now. Palestine deserves independence, and
    We are friends with the Salafis The war is over yeah! The war is over here, and
    Now begins the battle to make our souls more dear.
    Come along come along, and empty out your mind of all the Zionist garbage
    We cast out in the wine. All the law and order chatter that the gangsters
    Sold us fools, all the military clatter, and their costly, useless tools.
    We need more farms and farmers. We need to work the land. We need to get
    Down on our knees and see with our own hands the Earth we stand on top of,
    The Earth we have bombed out.
    Come along come along and lift the sky with holly shouts, yeah!
    Come along in Bnei Brak , come along in Kinneret . Kick the military cops out,
    Let all secret agents go to the unemployment office down here with us,
    Below.

  10. piotr
    piotr
    December 13, 2013, 3:34 pm

    But of course!

    One aspect is that “Goliath” should be a required reading to all people in a position to decide how to deal with Israel. Max Blumenthal made a forceful case and one can quibble if the same message could be put in a more objective tone, but the main point is that Israeli establishment is incapable to approach a wide class of issues on a rational basis.

    In an objective tone we may observe that this is by no means peculiar. However, deference to such foibles and phobias is very stupid, and this is precisely the dominant mode of operation of our own Establishment, which similarly has a large class of issues that cannot get rational treatment.

    On the subject at hand, everybody here already noticed how to figure out if a map of Palestine/Israel area was made by Palestinian or Israelis: check if Golan is included or not. Leaving the negotiations of border issues to Israelis and Palestinian AND expecting an agreement is stupid, and if we do not expect an agreement, it is hypocritical.

    On the subject of the week, the plan to settle/resettle Beduins, “limited rationality” explains best what happened. To remind some of us, the issue is how to regulate the villages of Beduins who were evicted from those lands as “present absentees” and now have the status of illegal squatters. Handling that issue is hard, because in the mentality of Israeli establishment those people should not exists at all, so any activity to resolve the issue is giving unwarranted recognition of the existence of something that should not exist. Not handling the issue is also somewhat hard, because there are, well, problems. Handling those problems in a preferred way, “enforcing the law”, is not an option because if you evict tens of thousands of people they will have to go somewhere. Enter Prawer commission: some sacrificial goats were selected to do what no Zionist likes to do, think about the Arabs. One can see that Prawer, Begin etc. hated every minute of it.

    Most recently, someone (a journalist) made an assumption that the commission consulted with Beduins. Naively, one could think that indeed: regardless of intentions, a “consultation” would be on the agenda of such a commission. That basically insulted Begin: he was taken for a person that would talk with Arabs! As if! What kind if Zionist is he taken for! And yes, he also hates that plan. Just thinking about it causes a stomach ache, and the very membership in the commission sadly reflects the diminished position Begin has in his own party.

  11. seafoid
    seafoid
    December 13, 2013, 7:22 pm

    I bet the situation room has live maps showing the global state of the new antisemitism. The technology is produced in silicon valley by Wolfboy.com.

    • amigo
      amigo
      December 14, 2013, 8:53 am

      “I bet the situation room has live maps showing the global state of the new antisemitism.” seafoid

      I believe that Abe Foxman heads up the “ministry to combat anti antisemitism”.

  12. James Canning
    James Canning
    December 13, 2013, 7:50 pm

    I very much doubt Netanyahu wants Gaza.

  13. just
    just
    December 14, 2013, 12:08 am

    Look at all of them, warm and cozy– so warm that some are in their shirts……..with concern only about how the snowstorm will affect them.

    All while the indigenous Palestinians are freezing and flooded and torn from their homes because of the horrible, selfish, and genocidal insanity of these guys and their complicit brethren.

  14. ramzijaber
    ramzijaber
    December 14, 2013, 8:01 am

    This is actually great news, proof that 1S1P1V is slowly but surely becoming a reality. Thank you Nutnyahoo and Zios. Here’s how this will go down in history….

    – 2014, Nutnyahoo and Zios will not give up any land. Never. Ever.
    – 2035, Palestinian Christian and Moslem population west of the Jordan River will become a clear majority.
    – 2040, The Zionist entity will become the apartheid South Africa of the 21st Century.
    – 2049, The Zionist entity will be forced to provide democracy, human rights, individual rights, equality, justice, and freedom to all peoples under its control.
    – 2050, The new and democratic State of the Holy Land is born. 1S1P1V!

    NB: I’m OK if they continue to call it Israel as long as it’s democratic to all!

    PS: If you’re wondering about my population projections, here goes it. Today, there are about 4.5M Palestinians under occupation and 1.6M in israel proper. This gives us a total of 6.1M. Israel’s population including the 1.6M is 8M total. TODAY, Palestinians represent 49%. Given the number of non-Palestinian non-Jews in israel proper, the total percentage of Jews is also about 49%. Based on past data, you can easily deduce that Palestinian Christians and Moslems will be a clear majority by 2035. QED.

    1S1P1V!

    • Talkback
      Talkback
      December 15, 2013, 9:16 am

      2035, Palestinian Christian and Moslem population west of the Jordan River will become a clear majority.

      Nonjews are allready a majority in historic Palestine.

      They were in 2004:
      http://www.israelnationalnews.com/News/News.aspx/55765

      And 2012:
      http://www.haaretz.com/misc/article-print-page/the-jewish-majority-is-history.premium-1.470233

      • ramzijaber
        ramzijaber
        December 15, 2013, 9:36 am

        yes, probably that also included non jews non palestinians. what i meant by the 2035 marker is that palestinians will be a clear majority, that is over 75%, hence an undeniable majority that cannot stay under an apartheid regime. Your point Talkback is right on and it’s heading in the right direction.

    • eljay
      eljay
      December 15, 2013, 9:37 am

      >> Based on past data, you can easily deduce that Palestinian Christians and Moslems will be a clear majority by 2035. QED.

      Unless hateful and immoral Zio-supremacists decide once again to engage in ethnic cleansing (currently not necessary) or mass murder. I wouldn’t put it past them. Some of the Zio-supremacists here at MW wouldn’t put it past them(selves) either.

  15. Citizen
    Citizen
    December 14, 2013, 9:12 am

    Meanwhile, last Thursday, in the WSJ
    Commentary’s Norman Podhoretz Urged Israel to Strike Iran because that’s better than a nuclear war between Iran and Israel. Zionist war mongers never give up their obsession with killing inconvenient Gentiles.

    • James Canning
      James Canning
      December 14, 2013, 2:21 pm

      @Citizen – – Norman Podhoretz is a dangerous warmonger, it hardly needs to be noted. John McCain was taking advice from this warmonger, during his failed 2008 bid for the White House.

  16. W.Jones
    W.Jones
    December 17, 2013, 1:39 pm

    Speaking of Netanyahu, what do you think of this note from his youth:

    When Binyamin moved to America at age fourteen after his father
    accepted a teaching post in Philadelphia, his hero became JFK.
    Netanyahu felt very alienated being away from Israel and took waitering
    jobs to earn the money to spend his summers back home. There his
    greatest pleasure was working on left-wing kibbutzim with his pals from
    Jerusalem…

    Bob Trimble, Netanyahu’s soccer coach remembers,”Bibi was the best
    player on the team… The only problem with Ben was that
    his political views were so far to the left of the other players.”

    http://crashrecovery.org/chamish/netanyahu.html

    I was surprised it considered him a leftist.

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