A Note of Thanks: Very Interesting
Submitted by Ynnatchkah (United States), Oct 23, 2007 at 05:34
First of all, a note of thanks for your writing, and the provided information.
Here is the catch in regards to your exigencies concerning the "...why has there not been a formal discussion on Muslim/Arab claims of their right to the land of Israel "....
Why? B/C it is a matter of tactics undergrounded by their oppression when not letting the ones (The righteous ones- and not Muslims) that can prove it speak out.
If you have a garden in your house and your neighbor, who happens to be your enemy has the same garden in his house, if he decides to put you in frustration, he may litter your garden; so what's the wiser option you can do? You have two ways to defend yourself, supposing you have no police to do so for you, which IS the case (the absence of police is the far left-liberals Oppression).
1. You may go after single trash and pick up one after another till exhaustion, concluding later that it did not help b.c your enemy keep its manner:
2. You may start littering HIS garden as a matter of defense. By the time your enemy sees he is starting to lose his assets as a result of depreciation, and then he will stop attacking you.
Arab/Muslims have plenty of time and resources to attack the righteous ones garden, while people keep on defending itself. Something has to start blowing up their garden in constantly to stop these beasts.
Obviously, countless efforts are being done, however, slow jihadist are gaining ground quietly through Information dissemination, reason why nobody asks proof of their rights to the land of Israel.
Want a brief example: I go to the library a lot and request a lot of materials. If at least in CA you look after materials, DVDs for example about the Arab-Israeli conflict, you see countless DVDs from islamists on the shelves, with several copies provided of each, while from our advocacy organizations, you see one or very luckily two, outdated and many times in outdated media such as VHS (Not even DVD).
What blocks these organizations to supply the public library with DVDs?
What blocks them from supplying even for free DVDs to Netflix and Blockbuster?
It's a huge Chutzpah. I have just accessed my account where in the catalog I found Peace, propaganda, & the Promised Land [videorecording]: U.S. media & the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, a nauseating production with the worst humanity is able to gather with Lorraine Ali, Chomsky and the like.
...Yet, If I'm totally wrong and Libraries really deny their access, lawsuits would be very suitable...
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