Wednesday, March 07, 2012
Who’s the racist colonialist, anyway? « FresnoZionism.org — ציונות פרסנו
Wednesday, February 29, 2012
Arabs against absorption of refugees (NYT, 1966)From The New York Times, April 4, 1966:JERUSALEM (Jordanian Sector), March 30—"The Arab states will not integrate the Palestine refugees because integration would be a slow process of liquidating the Palestine problem," Ahmed Shukairy, chairman of the Palestine Liberation Organization, declared in an interview today."Consequently, the refugees don't want to be integrated," he continued. "If there are no Palestinian people, there is no Palestinian cause. We can't conceive of a Babylonian cause today because there are no Babylonians. But we start from the premise that we will achieve the liberation of Palestine soon."Arab refusal to assimilate the 1.3 million refugees now living in four host countries— Jordan, Syria, Lebanon and the Gaza Strip, controlled by the United Arab Republic—has been the subject of criticism from Israel and from the Western nations that have contributed to supporting the refugees for most of the 18 years since Israel came into existence.
read it all here:
Arabs against absorption of refugees
Wednesday, February 22, 2012
Follow-up to original article about CNN firing its Jewish staff.
CNN’s decision to fire four Jewish Israeli journalists from the cable network’s Jerusalem bureau earlier this month was due in part to their religion and nationality, and to their perceived inability to operate freely throughout the Middle East, the Algemeiner has learned.
“The fact is, just Jewish Israelis were fired from CNN,” said a source who was directly involved in the layoffs and who requested anonymity. While reports said CNN had fired all its Jewish workers from the bureau, the source told the Algemeiner that “they left 2 Jewish Israeli journalists but here’s the catch, they’re each working one shift a week for 8 hours.”
Exclusive: The Real Story of CNN’s Firing of Jerusalem Bureau Journalists
Saturday, February 11, 2012
and has retained only Arab journalists.
Thus: the Israel news from CNN will be biased toward the Arab viewpoint.
Breaking news Dreuz.info: CNN Israel fired all Jewish journalists | dreuz.info
Sunday, February 05, 2012
"Anti-Semitism is embedded in British culture for a thousand years. Britain was the first to expel the Jews in 1290."
Terrific article & interview on British antisemitism, written by by Dr. Manfred Gerstenfeld, Chairman of the Board of the Jerusalem Center for Public Affairs
Anti-Semitism is an Integral Part of British Culture - Op-Eds - Israel National News