Tuesday, July 21, 2009

Stolen land

Dear Friends,

 

I agree with the EU funded, anti-Israel organization MIFTAH.  NGO-monitor reveals that MIFTAH fabricates evidence against Israel.  They are “a political lobbying group which … despite claiming to be non-partisan, … is extremely politicized, uses Durban strategy rhetoric, characterizes terrorists as "activists" and "freedom fighters," and promotes political campaigns.”

 

So how can I agree with them? 

 

They say that “Mideast Peace Can’t Be Built on Stolen Land”. 

 

So with all the racist hoo-hah trying to stop  Jews from building on legitimately purchased land in our own capital, let me ask MIFTAH to please start campaigning for the return of ALL the stolen lands over the 1967 armistice lines – starting with Jerusalem and its surrounds.  For example the Palestinian “refugee camp” of Qalandiya, stolen from its legitimate Jewish owners by none other than the venerable UN.  Or the other hundreds and hundreds of acres in Jerusalem specifically earmarked for Jewish settlement at the time of its legal and legitimate purchase from its original owners by the Jewish National Fund, permanently  usurped by Jordan when they invaded Israel, now closely built with illegal Arab-occupied structures.  Read about it here.

 

Maybe the first “illegal settlement” that the IDF should be called to vacate is the one first built – the UNRWA office in Qalandiya.

 

As usual, please post your comments here http://dfrankfurter.livejournal.com/119033.html .  I read them all.

 

David

 

 

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