The Israeli Left and the Myth of - Pa...

The Israeli Left and the Myth of - Palestinian' Susiya

There are 3 comments on the Arutz Sheva Israel News story from Dec 1, 2013, titled The Israeli Left and the Myth of - Palestinian' Susiya. In it, Arutz Sheva Israel News reports that:

A legal battle over a historic site in the Hevron Hills continues, with Israeli far-left groups joining the Palestinian Authority in accusing Israel of "forced displacement" of Arab villagers in Susiya.

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Eddie Fortunato

Old Lyme, CT

#1 Dec 1, 2013
As a matter of policy, the Topix moderator ought to filter out Israeli propaganda as much as possible. Israeli tribal culture, at heart, is no less genocidal than other tribal cultures; It just wears suits and ties. Going hand in hand with this hideous urge is the chronic falsification of archaeological evidence to support and justify the existence of the rapacious modern-day state. The idea of "this land is my land" is creepily sentimental, preposterous, and criminal. OK? So please, more archaeology, less Zionism. Thanks.
ElZeide

Villa Crespo, Argentina

#2 Dec 1, 2013
Eddie, you are talking with hate but no knowledge nor reason. Please leatrn the facts and clena yourself of repeating so much and big luies. You perfectly know what you're doing.

You talk about genocide, when no genocide is currently happening in that area. Even the slaughter that the government of Bashar Assad does over his own people does not fit the definition of genocide.

And finally you're completely blind (or sick) if you dare to call the jewish history a "falsification of archaeological evidence".
So, IMHO, please take some time and visit a doctor. That will be good for you, and also for others.
Eddie Fortunato wrote:
As a matter of policy, the Topix moderator ought to filter out Israeli propaganda as much as possible. Israeli tribal culture, at heart, is no less genocidal than other tribal cultures; It just wears suits and ties. Going hand in hand with this hideous urge is the chronic falsification of archaeological evidence to support and justify the existence of the rapacious modern-day state. The idea of "this land is my land" is creepily sentimental, preposterous, and criminal. OK? So please, more archaeology, less Zionism. Thanks.
Naftali Borzoi

Old Lyme, CT

#3 Dec 1, 2013
Cool. Are you leaving the door open to call Jewish history "falsification of archaeological evidence"? Well thank you very much; I'll walk right in. Before Israel, the secular state invented graciously and without any previous claim by Jews except by a Bronze Age text, by the Allies, things were pretty peaceful in the Middle East. Let's look at the Middle East today. Oops, let's not. Why not? Can you say Israel? Can you say Zionism? And let's discuss the archaeological validity. Should we return most of Western Europe, the Levant -- including Israel -- Egypt and the rest of North Africa to Italy? C'mon, rookie, why is Israel a special case? Because they own a powerful American political lobby (to the unending shame of America)? That's a piss poor rationale -- as lame and empty as the preposterous posture that Israel's archaeological evidence gives it any claim, except sentimental and specious, to the stolen land under it's feet. Someday when Israel realizes the contempt the rest of the world holds them in, and the disgust the world feels for Israel's treatment of the Palestinians, they might demonstrate shame ( a very non-Jewish admission) and try to make the world whole again. We're not holding our breath.

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