Messianic Jews say they are persecuted in Israel

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Haji Muhammad Abdullah

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Jul 21, 2013
 
The Stern gang, the Irgum gang and the Haganah gang are the most notorius jewish extrimist before 1948

Sternt Gang and Haganah Gang who keep killing and terrorizing the Muslim Arab and the Christian Arab in Palestine before 1948 while the Jewish extrimists group also getting rid of the Bristish in 1940 up 1948.

The Christian Palestine and the Muslim Palestine had been forced to abandoned their home land by the Stren Gang and Haganah Group in order to provide houses for the Jewish people from Eroupe.

Most Christian Palestine had moved to USA, becasue the Jewish people keep attacking the Arab Palestine, many Churches in Palestine have converted to Synagogue

Judaica is the best religion, The Torah is one of the best scripture in this world beside AlQuran.

The Torah prohibit the Jewish people to kill another human being, but the Jewish extrimist and the Jewish militant have been killing the Christian Arab and the Muslim Arab in Palestine in order to make houses and apartment for Jewish people in the greater Israel
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#56144
Jul 21, 2013
 
Jews are not the original inhabitants of the land that forms present day Israel. Even Abraham, that lying, human sacrificing satanist who indulged in incest and prostituted his wife, was not a Middle Easterner. The Hebrews originated near Afghanistan or somewhere there.
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#56146
Jul 21, 2013
 
Voluntarist wrote:
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Its funny how Israel gets away with spying on the U.S..
And these jews here have nothing to say about it.


Yes, they will hide and lie till the law of karma deals with them severely.

These rascals have the blood of satanists, prostitutes, pimps, mass murderers and deceivers and so they will cover up all the evils of Israel/Jewish history.

Decent Jews have quit the demonic cult (Judaism) and are free to be atheists or have taken to Buddhism, Zen or Sri Aurobindo's integral yoga in a b ig way.
JOEL

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#56147
Jul 21, 2013
 
Bye, boyz.

(wink wink wink)
Eric

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#56148
Jul 21, 2013
 
Voluntarist wrote:
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You are grasping at straws.
Absolutely not. Zimmerman's own admissions back a determination of assault. He was definitely the initial aggressor.
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#56149
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Please remember that sharing the land was the original plan. The Arabs got 2/3 and the Israelis got 1/3 of the original mandate. IT WAS THE ARABS THAT DIDN'T WANT TO SHARE. They started a war. Lost the war. Their leaders refused to negotiate peace so that their refugees could return to their land.
So NOW you fault the Israelis for not sharing? Think what the Arab population could have accomplished if they would have only negotiated peace, or, even better, not started the war to begin with.
And, please remember that there are Arab citizens of Israel. They even serve in the Knesset.
The Stern gang, the Irgum gang and the Haganah gang are the most notorius terorist group back then. The Stern gang, the Irgum have been killing the British and the Arab Palestine before 1948. The Brisitish used to keep peace in Palestine.

The Jewish militant forced the Arab to abandone their house and they force the Arab to immigrate to another country before 1948, because the Jewish militant wanted to build apartment for Jewish people only in the land of Palestine

The Arab did not start the war, the Arab did self defense because the Stern gang and the Irgum keep killing the Arab in Palestine in order to evict the Arab from their own home land
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Jul 21, 2013
 

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Second off, Palestinians and Jews never sat and decided how to divide the territory.
Third off, the way the territory was divided was seen by Palestinians as a problem from an economic and relational viewpoint.
Actually not correct. The Jews were in discussions with the Arab League on modifying the partition. The Arabs attacked during those discussions.

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#56153
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Actually not correct. The Jews were in discussions with the Arab League on modifying the partition. The Arabs attacked during those discussions.
King Abdullah I of Jordan

King Abdullah was the commander of the Arab Legion, the strongest Arab army involved in the war.[44] The Arab Legion had about 10,000 soldiers, trained and commanded by British officers.

In 194647, Abdullah said that he had no intention to "resist or impede the partition of Palestine and creation of a Jewish state."[45] Ideally, Abdullah would have liked to annex all of Palestine, but he was prepared to compromise.[46][47] He supported the partition, intending that the West Bank area of the British Mandate allocated for the Arab state be annexed to Jordan.[quotes 5] Abdullah had secret meetings with the Jewish Agency (at which the future Israeli Prime Minister Golda Meir was among the delegates) that reached an agreement of Jewish non-interference with Jordanian annexation of the West Bank (although Abdullah failed in his goal of acquiring an outlet to the Mediterranean Sea through the Negev desert) and of Jordanian agreement not to attack the area of the Jewish state contained in the United Nations partition resolution (in which Jerusalem was given neither to the Arab nor the Jewish state, but was to be an internationally administered area). In one stunning diplomatic coup, the strongest Arab army agreed not to attack the Jewish state.[48]

However, by 1948, the neighbouring Arab states pressured Abdullah into joining them in an "all-Arab military intervention" against the newly created State of Israel, that he used to restore his prestige in the Arab world, which had grown suspicious of his relatively good relationship with Western and Jewish leaders.[45]

Abdullah's role in this war became substantial. He saw himself as the "supreme commander of the Arab forces" and "persuaded the Arab League to appoint him" to this position.[49] Through his leadership, the Arabs fought the 1948 war to meet Abdullah's political goals.[50]

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/1948_Arab%E2%80%...

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The Arab League as a whole

The Arab League, since its foundation in 1945, was the highest forum for the making of pan-Arab policy on Palestine. However, its members were divided by political differences, between 'Transjordan and Iraq' and 'Egypt and Saudi Arabia'. The Arab League had unanimously rejected the UN partition plan and were bitterly opposed to the establishment of a Jewish state.

The Arab League before partition affirmed the right to the independence of Palestine, while blocking the creation of a Palestinian government.[clarification needed] Towards the end of 1947, the League established a military committee commanded by the retired Iraqi general Isma'il Safwat whose mission was to analyse the chance of victory of the Palestinians against the Jews.[38]

His conclusions were that they had no chance of victory and that an intervention of the Arab regular armies was mandatory.[38] The political committee nevertheless rejected these conclusions and decided to support an armed opposition to the Partition Plan excluding the participation of their regular armed forces.[39]
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#56154
Jul 21, 2013
 
I just say crucify them like they did Jesus, their snakes, and evil, conceived from the evil times of Baal, their not children of Abraham but mixed seed of Satan. Gas em!
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Absolutely not. Zimmerman's own admissions back a determination of assault. He was definitely the initial aggressor.
Florida is a statutory state your common law babblings are meaningless
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Absolutely not. Zimmerman's own admissions back a determination of assault. He was definitely the initial aggressor.
Since he didn't testify which admissions are you referring to?
Police statements?

Yes this sounds like a well adjusted "child"

Zimmerman's attorneys also want text messages and photos found on
Trayvon's phone admitted as evidence. The text messages discuss
Trayvon being sore after winning several rounds of a fight,
Zimmerman's attorney, Don West said. Trayvon also discussed buying
a gun and took pictures of a hand holding a gun, West says.
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Florida is a statutory state your common law babblings are meaningless
Works statutorily too:

An "assault" is an intentional, unlawful threat by word or act to do violence to the person of another, coupled with an apparent ability to do so, and doing some act which creates a well-founded fear in such other person that such violence is imminent.
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Voluntarist wrote:
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Since he didn't testify which admissions are you referring to?
Police statements?
Yes this sounds like a well adjusted "child"
Zimmerman's attorneys also want text messages and photos found on
Trayvon's phone admitted as evidence. The text messages discuss
Trayvon being sore after winning several rounds of a fight,
Zimmerman's attorney, Don West said. Trayvon also discussed buying
a gun and took pictures of a hand holding a gun, West says.
1. Video and audio statements in his own recorded words.

2. So, the kid was an athlete.

3. I thought you were in favor of concealed carry. Say what you will, the kid had no weapon. Zimmerman had no knowledge of whether he had previously discussed getting a gun or not. Nor did he know he was a boxer.
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Works statutorily too:
An "assault" is an intentional, unlawful threat by word or act to do violence to the person of another, coupled with an apparent ability to do so, and doing some act which creates a well-founded fear in such other person that such violence is imminent.
What was the particular threat you are referring to?

Why do you think that msnbc doctored the tape?
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Jul 21, 2013
 
You want "children" to conceal carry?
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1. Video and audio statements in his own recorded words.
2. So, the kid was an athlete.
3. I thought you were in favor of concealed carry. Say what you will, the kid had no weapon. Zimmerman had no knowledge of whether he had previously discussed getting a gun or not. Nor did he know he was a boxer.
Martin "approached him" and asked, "You got a problem?"
Zimmerman said no, and Martin responded, "You do now."
Martin punched Zimmerman in the face, making him fall backward.
Martin got on top of him.

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Martin "approached him" and asked, "You got a problem?"
Zimmerman said no, and Martin responded, "You do now."
Martin punched Zimmerman in the face, making him fall backward.
Martin got on top of him.
I guess being followed by a "creepy a** cracker" in a car doesnt count as an approach.
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I guess being followed by a "creepy a** cracker" in a car doesnt count as an approach.
Maybe Martin should of called 911 on that imminent threat

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Maybe Martin should of called 911 on that imminent threat
Actually, that is still an open question. Remember, the 911 call where both parents were convinced it was THEIR kid?
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If we are the same as Europe kindly explain to me why
1) There are no muslims rioting in our country, but in Europe
2) Why Burkas and other veils are not only legal but socially acceptable in our country and not Europe
Already there is movement in USA to ban Burqa, just wait till it becomes like legalizing those Homo marriages.

One by one states will falling in line. You are part of the same philosophy.

Some times you lead and they follow and sometimes it is the other way round.

They followed your lead in 9/11 and became your poodle, you will do the same for them at some other time.

The agenda is same, it should only harm Muslim nations one way or other.

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