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Google slammed for removing Palestine from its maps

The Palestinian Journalists’ Forum has denounced Google for deleting the name of Palestine from its maps and replacing it with Israel.

In a statement released yesterday, the forum said Google’s decision to remove Palestine from its maps on 25 July “is part of the Israeli scheme to establish its name as a legitimate state for generations to come and abolish Palestine once and for all.”

“The move is also designed to falsify history, geography as well as the Palestinian people’s right to their homeland, and a failed attempt to tamper with the memory of Palestinians and Arabs as well as the world.”

The forum said the move was “contrary to all international norms and conventions”, stressing that Google should back track on its actions.

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  • Disqus1

    Using google i found posts from 2015 and even back to 2009 on various sites, asking why it isn’t on the map. So in what sense is this article news? Can i have a link to the source? (I don’t like 2nd hand sources)

    • Ines

      do a google map search yourself, and there will be the evidence for you to see. We don’t need to cite things when you can take 5 minutes and just see the facts for yourself.
      My search said: ‘We could not find Palestine. Make sure your search is spelled correctly’
      I am in the UK

  • Fasdunkle

    Israel is a country. Palestine isn’t

    • Reid Iford

      “Israel” is a rascist colonial occupation of Palestine. Time to stop the 68 year Zionist rampage of murder and ethnic cleansing, go back home, and get honest jobs.

      • Fasdunkle

        lol, silly sausage

        • Majdi Jamoussi

          LOL, Silly Nazi

          • Reid Iford

            Thank you, Majdi. I was thinking the same. People who condone and sanction the unending murder of children and babies deserve this comparison.

          • Yerushalimey
          • marty greencheeks

            nobody kills more children and babies than Islam ..14000 Muslim dead children in Syria killed by Muslims .

          • Vic Pittman

            The US and it’s lapdog, the UK have killed appx 576,000 childten in Iraq alone….so shut the hell up, you lying, hatemongering POS !

          • BonniePrinceCharlie

            And your source for these figures is ….?

          • Atiya Bham

            Why are you always tarnishing the beautiful religion of Islam? You are constantly demoralising Islam. Islam is a beautiful religion that promotes peace and goodwill.

          • BonniePrinceCharlie

            And will kill anyone who disagrees with that.

          • Helen4Yemen

            1- Who expelled Jews 109 times from Europe?
            2- Who performed dozens of pogroms on Jews?
            3- Who performed the ‘holocaust’?
            Not Arabs! Not Muslims! Right?
            That was done by Christian Europe. Right?

          • Raid

            WHAT LOL, talk to iSRAHELL, the first attack in gaza they attack children

          • Helen4Yemen

            Therefore, the ‘holocaust’ is a lie?

          • BonniePrinceCharlie

            You are of course referring to Hamas who sacrifice children as human shields when Israel responds to their rocket attacks and to the PA who encourage terrorist attacks on Israelis including the murder of children and babies.

          • Ines

            Cause the IRA NEVER did that, did they?
            (this is coming from ex military who had numerous family members stationed in Belfast during the troubles. 3 of those family members got shot by kids with metal ball bearings in catapults.)

            I mean, the world didn’t look on in 2014 as Israel destroyed hospitals, or 2016 when they cut off the water supply to Palestine….

          • BonniePrinceCharlie

            You forgot to mention that Hamas located rocket launching pads in hospitals and used schools as ammunition dumps. Still, mustn’t let the facts get in the way of a good prejudice.

          • Brewerstroupe

            134 Israeli children have been killed by Palestinians and 2,134 Palestinian children have been killed by Israelis since September 29, 2000.

          • BonniePrinceCharlie

            That’s because Hamas use them as human shields to generate sympathy whereas the Israelis build bomb shelters in school playgrounds. Don’t see a lot of bomb shelters in Gaza apart from those built for the Hamas hierarchy. Don’t see any built for civilians use.

          • i’m from missouri

            let me put it another way; Israeli parents shelter their children, the palestinians use their children as shields. Are you saying: 1) there should be an equal number of children killed – one Israeli kid for one Palestinian? 2) That Israelis should round up a number of Israeli children equal to the number of Palestinian children already dead, and shoot them to make it all equal? or perhaps 3) tell the arabs to love their children more than they hate Israelis? Is there something wrong in your head that makes you think it’s horrible that more Palestinian children died, that there should have been more Israeli’s and fewer Palestinians? Is there any chance you could stand back and say: WTF? Why should the children be the ones to suffer for the inability for two leaders to sit down and make peace? Can you justify Hamas using child labor to dig tunnels into Israel in order for them to kill children? Can you justify the death of arab kids in Gaza to not have an education, because the parents are going to strap bombs to them anyways, so why make the investment in teaching peace instead of hate?

          • Brewerstroupe

            In the first place, it rather depends on one’s powers of analysis. The vast majority of Palestinian children die from Israeli bombs and missiles that turn whole city blocks of apartments and houses into rubble. Are you suggesting that Hamas hold the children above their heads to protect themselves?
            The “human shields” trope is pure propaganda:
            Secondly, it ain’t true:

            “On November 5, Amnesty International released another report on this summer’s fighting between Israeli and Hamas forces report, revealing “A pattern of frequent Israeli attacks using large aerial bombs to level civilian homes, sometimes killing entire families.” The report also exposed “A pattern of attacks on civilian homes by Israeli forces which have shown a shocking disregard for the lives of Palestinian civilians, who were given no warning and had no chance to flee.”

            Amnesty has been joined by the United Nations and human rights groups expressing outrage at attacks on civilians by both Hamas and Israel. Israeli forces killed nearly 1,500 civilians, including 500 children, during its seven-week bombardment of the crowded enclave known as the Gaza Strip. Hamas rocket attacks,
            meanwhile, killed five civilians in Israel…..
            …..Human Rights Watch cited evidence of Israel “blatantly violating the laws of war designed to spare civilians,” including attacks on heavily-populated neighborhoods and shooting at fleeing civilians. Similarly, the Israeli human rights organization B’Tselem challenged its government’s claims that they had “no intention of harming civilians,” noting how after “weeks of lethal bombardments by Israel in the Gaza Strip which have killed hundreds of civilians and wiped out dozens of families, this claim has become meaningless.”

            United Nations officials in the Gaza Strip also charged Israeli forces with engaging in serious violations
            of international law, following a series of attacks against six UN schools where Palestinians were seeking refuge, and where no Hamas weaponry or fighters were present, killing 46 civilians……
            …..in a July 24 New York Times article on the question, their reporters in Gaza noted, “There is no evidence that Hamas and other militants force civilians to stay in areas that are under attack.” Similarly, on July
            25, Amnesty International noted that they had no evidence “that Palestinian civilians have been intentionally used by Hamas or Palestinian armed groups during the current hostilities to ‘shield’ specific locations or military personnel or equipment from Israeli attacks.” Preliminary investigations by the United Nations, Human Rights Watch and others – while noting that Hamas had illegally engaged in hostilities in close proximity to civilian populated areas and had stored weaponry in unoccupied homes and schools – has subsequently found no evidence that Hamas had actually engaged in the actions meeting the
            widely-accepted legal definition of human shields.

            – Truthout.

            This:
            “tell the arabs to love their children more than they hate Israelis” is a disgusting racist comment.

          • Neil Montgomery

            What utter nonsense you spew out BPC … all of the NGOs, all of them, found absolutely no evidence of Hamas using children as human shields but significant evidence of Israel using Palestinian children as shields. Where do you get your information from? Mark Regev? Hamas has been reported to fire rockets from civilian areas – but most sensible commentators point out that the entirety of Gaza is a civilian area – there are no military areas – it is so condensed with people it is considered the most condensed in the world. There is a big difference between that type of gymnastics with words and actually placing a child on top of an armoured vehicle, or pushing them in front of soldiers entering a building … the murder of children and babies is advocated in the Knesset – good grief man you seriously need to think about some kind of balance in your thinking.

        • Mandi

          I bey you eat sausages…

          • Fasdunkle

            yes I do, they are lovely

      • marty greencheeks

        this is from the kurds ..you think Israel with 8 million jews is a problem wait till the 30 million Kurds get done with to your Arabs and Turks .
        Our problem is against Arabs and Arab Islamist occupiers. For they have oppressed our cultural, social and individual freedoms. They have for a long time occupied our land and have blocked our efforts to make any progress. The Muslim Arabs under the leadership of Mohammad created a God, and in his name attacked, sacked and occupied many lands and nations of the Earth.

        In many places they were victorious and in many places they were defeated. Kurdistan was one of those places that the Muslim Arabs occupied with the help of some traitors whose legacy can be seen even today. They attacked Kurdistan. The looted the country and carried the treasures back to their barren desert of Arabia.
        . Most historians, even Muslim ones, admit that Islam was spread by the sword and imposed upon the nations and peoples of the Middle East by force.
        The Kurds did not willingly become Muslim and even today are really not Muslims because Islam was forced upon us .
        Get ready for more arabs to flee to Europe

        • Atiya Bham

          You are a very bigoted person, prejudging muslims. What gives you a right to judge muslims. We do not judge you or your life. Stop being a bigot!

          • BonniePrinceCharlie

            Muslims are judged as a whole – perhaps wrongly – by the actions of their leaders, all of whom still seen to be committed to the tribal warfare which is endemic to the region. Name one Arab nation where over the past 100 or more years the focus has been on building an economy and improving the welfare of its citizens.

          • Vic Pittman

            How about Libya before the US destroyed it ? Do some research, “Bonnie” ….

          • BonniePrinceCharlie

            Fair point. I’m prepared to concede that and I agree that the US destroyed Libya by supporting the ‘Arab Spring’ and trying tp bring western democracy to people who didn’t know what a democracy was. But wasn’t Libya’s economy built purely on oil? I’m not aware of any other source of income eg industrial development, technological innovation etc and how the oil wealth was used to fund economic development. Perhaps you could enlighten me. Mind you, they did manage to buy nuclear weapons.

          • Andy Mcglone

            I was born in England lived in Australia and the Usa and i dont know what a democracy is either

          • BonniePrinceCharlie

            That’s pretty dumb. You do yourself no credit by making such a statement when you’ve lived in states where they try to practice it. I think it was Churchill who said that democracy was the worst form of government – apart from all the others.

          • TecumsehUnfaced

            Churchill was a British aristocrat maintaining the facade of democracy to make the lower classes easier to control.

          • Andy Mcglone

            as Stalin said “its not the peoples vote that counts.. its the people who count the votes” Bernie Sanders would win by a landslide if the US was even remotely democratic ..you are a dreamer and thats nice…for you..all three countries i mention have a 2 party system that are ruled by the same corporations ..where is democracy?

          • Helen4Yemen

            Why are not the European Ashkenazi more concerned with their own European affairs?

          • Helen4Yemen

            Ahh! You mentioned 100 years. Zionism begun around 100 years ago and the Arab people have been trying to find ways to defend themselves from these treacherous Europeans and their backers in the West.

          • Helen4Yemen

            GOOGLE => ODED YINON

        • Vic Pittman

          Marty …. STFU !

        • Brewerstroupe

          No legitimate Historian alleges Islam was spread by the sword. Over a thousand years ago, Cairo was home to one of the most thriving Jewish communities in the world. And that story was repeated across the eastern Mediterranean and in Arabia itself. Saladin freed the Jews in Palestine during the 12th century. For 300 years, “The Golden Age of Jewry” existed under Muslim rule. The Ottoman Empire included many Jews in the highest offices of its administration.
          Moses Maimonides (1135-1204), the renowned Jewish Philosopher, was one who was rescued from Spain by the Ottomans at the end of “The Golden Age” (when the Christian Inquisition began). He settled, under Muslim rule, in Egypt and became a Nagid, or Prince. He was invested with all the power of a king and could punish and imprison those who acted in opposition to his decrees.
          Under the Shia Fatimid Caliphate based in Cairo, several Christians and Jews reached the second highest position in the state, that of wazir. Sir Sassoon Eskell (also known as Sassoon Effendi (from Turkish Effendi, a title meaning Lord). Regarded in Iraq as the Father of Parliament, he was the first Minister of Finance in the Kingdom and a permanent Member of Parliament until his death. He was Jewish of course and he rose to prominence in a Muslim State during the 1920s.
          The fact that Misrahim lived and prospered in the Middle East from the time of Christ up until the middle of the 20th century is incompatible with the “spread by the sword” calumny.

          • omar le martien

            thank you for these facts, i ckecked them and you are correct. The zionist really work agains the jewish people, they were better off under Islam (before the british Saudis creation) . everybody hates Israel anyway

        • Helen4Yemen

          GOOGLE => ODED YINON – how to break up the Arab countries on sectarian, tribal, religious grounds in order to make the European Ashenazi to feel safer on stolen land.

      • Helen4Yemen

        Very hard to want to get jobs and earn an honest living once they have been feeding off the American taxpayer forever.

    • Lollywood Baxative

      What about the State of Palestine, though?,

    • Well, hold on – and I have no axe to grind here – but Israel is a country because it was *declared a state* by David Ben-Gurion after the British colonial mandate ended in 1948. But this was the culmination of a process started much earlier in 1917 with the Balfour Declaration that recommended the creation of an Israeli homeland. The partitioning *of Palestine* followed from the U.N. Partition resolution in 1947. So how can you state that Palestine is not a country? It was the original country that was partitioned to make Israel. Any objective review of the history contradicts your assertion. For that matter, you could argue that all countries are constructs.

      • i’m from missouri

        Since the time of Moses, Israel has existed. Known as Palestine, a name the arabs have stolen. The Jews are quite happy to have the name Israel returned to them.

      • Fasdunkle

        there has never been a country called Palestine. The British Mandate for Palestine was partitioned with the vast majority of the land going to create an arab state, Jordan.

        All countries are constructs

    • Raid

      Israel is real terrorist

    • Raid

      Israel is real terrorist

  • Reid Iford

    Erasing the very record of the existence of the People of Palestine. “Israel” is striving for a level of genocide of which the Nazis could only dream.

    • Eric11210

      If Israel is engaged in genocide, it is doing a piss poor job of it. The so called Palestinian population has grown by leaps and bounds over the past 70 years. How on earth is that genocide?

      • Sam Nelson

        Same thing happened with the Jews. Their population increased considerably during WW2.

        • Eric11210

          Classic jihadi. Always lying.

          • betz55

            Classic Israel and Jews, always sneaky, always lying.

          • Eric11210

            Did you come up with that line all by yourself or did your imam have to spoon feed it to you?

          • Modern Nazis

          • I’m curious on your thoughts regarding the alleged number of 6 million Jews being murdered by the Nazis. Now that the Red Cross Death Index has been in the public domain for years along with the released Nazi death records regarding Auschwitz and the ever-declining ‘official’ number of deaths, do you still accept 6 million killed as part of your genocide studies? It was originally stated that there were 4 million Jews murdered at Auschwitz, now that number is down to around a million. So I’m curious, how does a non-biased Master’s student in genocidal studies approach these figures and whether you still accept, as fact, the number 6 million? If so, why and based upon what authority now that the newly revised numbers have been published and accepted by mainstream historians? Thanks for your time.

          • Eric11210

            You think I’m not familiar with that nonsense? The Red Cross report showed officially listed deaths. It did not calculate anyone who was murdered at Aushwitz II/ Birkenau. As for the four million figure, that was not released by scholars. It was a number suggested by the Red Army because they wanted to make the Nazis seem more awful and their capture of Aushwitz more heroic. This is not news. The nonsense about the four million and the Red Cross report have been around for decades and long ago debunked. Only idiots try to trot these things out as some kind of breathless new discovery.

          • I’ll repeat the questions you didn’t answer. Do you still accept 6 million Jews were killed as part of your genocide studies? It was originally stated that there were 4 million Jews murdered at Auschwitz, now that number is down officially to around a million. So I’m curious, how does a non-biased Master’s student in genocidal studies approach these figures and whether you still accept, as fact, the number 6 million? If so, why and based upon what authority now that the newly revised numbers have been published and accepted by mainstream historians?

          • Sam Nelson

            I wish you didn’t think this way.

          • Eric11210

            Facts are facts.

        • Helen4Yemen

          Excuse me: How did ‘the Jews” grow from 3% to 50% and
          the Muslims dwindled from 90% to 47% and
          the Christians from 10% to 2%?
          _______

          Year — Muslims — Jews — Christians
          1800 — 89.50% — 2.54% — 8%
          1890 — 81.20% — 8% — 10.70%
          1914 — 76.20% — 13.64% — 10.15%
          1922 — 78% — 11% — 10%
          1931 — 74% — 17% — 9%
          1945 — 60% — 31% — 8%
          1950 — 47% — 50% — 3%
          2000 — 45% — 53% — 2%
          2014 — 47% — 50% — 2%

        • mothman777

          Yes, by around 400,000, and in the mid-1970’s, the West German Finance Minister stated that well over 4 million Jewish people put in claims for compensation for having been detained in NSDAP-run camps, when the entire Jewish population in all of occupied Europe had only been 3.5 million, with 2.2 million of those having moved to Russia before the outbreak of widespread hostilities, 500,000 never having been deported from occupied France, 60,000 having been sent by ship from Germany to Palestine by the NSDAP, and some 150,000 serving in the German armed forces, with the International Red Cross total of 271,304 (later revised very slightly higher) of all different races and nationalities, the majority being Russian POW’s, having died of starvation and disease in the camps due to Allied bombing, of which about 50,000 would have been Jewish.

          • Sam Nelson

            This post is beautiful.

          • Demon John

            >when the entire Jewish population in all of occupied Europe had only been 3.5 million

            Flatly and utterly contradicted by the Nazis’ own records, but who needs facts when you have Holocaust revisionism?

          • Eduardo Pinha
          • T W Whistler III

            So u don’t believe the nazis didn’t murder 6m Jews????

          • Mainstream historians can no longer accept that fact. 4 million were suppose to have been murdered at Auschwitz. The official Auschwitz Museum now states that around 1 million died there and that has been reported in the the London Daily Telegraph, UPI from Warsaw, Poland, and a publication out of Tel Aviv, Israel. Soooooo 6 million -3 million is 3 million or 6 million? ROFL. So to cling to 6 million is technically a BELIEF, and not FACT. Historians and those who question the Holocaust rely on FACT. People who collect money from Germany in the form of reparations, accept belief.

        • I just don’t believe the jewish population increased during WW2. 6 million+ of them were murdered. There is no way that population could increase so fast that it exceeded the number of lives lost.

          • Sam Nelson

            There was no holocaust of the Jews in Germany or anywhere else, in fact, the holocaust was the communist Jews in Russia and Ukraine and everywhere they were and go. It really is late in the game for gentiles to still be buying that holocaust crap, we know there was no such thing and we know what the Jews really are, today. Jews are a phony people made to hide the terrible doings of the ultra wealthy people running the show behind the scenes.

      • TecumsehUnfaced

        The invader Zionist Ashkenazi terrorists certainly did do genocide when they throttled Palestine with their illegal thugdom misnamed “Israel”…

        Over 750,000 people (~80%) driven off their ancestral lands

        Over 600 Arab villages and towns BULLDOZED

        • Eric11210

          1. The vast majority of them left on their own.
          2. Genocide defined: the deliberate killing of a large group of people, especially those of a particular ethnic group or nation.

          You are one dumb jihadi, aren’t you?

          • TecumsehUnfaced

            You are lying again. People leaving because of Zionist murders and terror is not voluntary. Over 200,000 people had been driven out by the Zionist killers before they proclaimed their thugdom.

            By the U.N definition of genocide the invader Zionist psychopathic killers certainly are guilty of genocide.

            The term “genocide” was coined following the Shoah, or Holocaust, and its prohibition was enshrined in the United Nations convention presented in 1948 and adopted in 1951: the UN Convention on the Prevention and Punishment of the Crime of Genocide. The convention is not retroactive but is applicable to US-Indigenous relations since 1988, when the US Senate ratified it. The genocide convention is an essential tool for historical analysis of the effects of colonialism in any era, and particularly in US history.

            In the convention, any one of five acts is considered genocide if “committed with intent to destroy, in whole or in part, a national, ethnical, racial or religious group”:

            (a) killing members of the group;

            (b) causing serious bodily or mental harm to members of the group;

            (c) deliberately inflicting on the group conditions of life calculated to bring about its physical destruction in whole or in part;

            (d) imposing measures intended to prevent births within the group;

            (e) forcibly transferring children of the group to another group.

            “Convention on the Prevention and Punishment of the Crime of Genocide, Paris, 9 December 1948,” Audiovisual Library of International Law, -> http://untreaty.un.ORG/cod/avl/ha/cppcg/cppcg.html (accessed December 6, 2012). See also Josef L. Kunz, “The United Nations Convention on Genocide,” American Journal of International Law 43, no. 4 (October 1949) 738–46.

          • Eric11210

            I am telling the truth. You are an idiot Jihadist who never learned to read in your madrassa: irishtimeS.Com/opinion/letters/israel-and-the-palestinians-1.896017. As for the UN definition, where does it say that refusing to take back a bunch of hostile elements who left on their own is genocide? Oh wait — it doesn’t. You just proved my point. You are nothing but a liar and a stupid one at that — showing everyone that you can’t even read what you post. By the way, speaking of that, if you’d bothered to read what you wrote, even if Israel had committed any of those acts on the so called Palestinians (they never did), intent is the important thing here. The Nazis made clear their intent to murder the Jews and rid the world of them. The Hutus made clear their intent to destroy the Tutsis. Show us all where Israel has ever made clear any intent to destroy the Arabs? If it was trying to do so, why would it have a thriving Arab community here?

          • TecumsehUnfaced

            You are lying. Again, doing these by murder, massacres, and terror are genocide as define above…

            Over 750,000 people (~80%) driven off their ancestral lands

            Over 600 Arab villages and towns BULLDOZED

          • Eric11210

            And once again, please show us where the genocide convention defines keeping out hostile elements as genocide. I’m still waiting. As for your other lie, I have shown you the truth. You are obviously too stupid to read.

          • TecumsehUnfaced

            So you mendaciously want to ignore that your thugs massacred villages and assaulted people to drive them out, then bulldozed their homes.

            Here’s your thugs at play build the evil thugdom of “Israel”.

            “On 14 or 15 May [1948], a 12-year-old girl was raped by two Haganah soldiers; there were also a number of attempted rapes. There was widespread institutional and private looting by Haganah and IZL [National Military Organization or Irgun] troops and Tel Aviv citizens who infiltrated the town, there was robbery on the roads by patrolling Jewish troops and there was widespread vandalisation of property. In genera, the inhabitants complained, they were ‘being incessantly molested.’

            “The looting was so bad that Chizik appealed directly to Ben-Gurion, who on 22 May ordered the IZL and the Haganah to obey Chizik’s instructions. A senior Kiryati officer, Zvi Aurbach, made a point of washing his hands of any responsibility for property in Jaffa. On 25 May, on official reported:

            “‘During the whole day I walked about the streets…I saw soldiers, civilians, military police, battalion police, looting, robbing, while breaking through doors and walls…’”

            Benny Morris, The Birth of the Palestinian Refugee Problem Revisited (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2004), 210-211.

          • Eric11210

            These things happened during a war. They are not acts of genocide. Once again, you tried desperately to lie and claim that refusing to allow hostile elements to return to Israel after they lost the war they themselves started. Now that your lie has been exposed, you come back with a few isolated incidents and try to laughably claim this proves genocide. I am completing a Master’s Degree in genocide studies jihadi. I know what genocide actually is. You can lie all you like but you cannot find genocide here.

          • TecumsehUnfaced

            You’re still dodging!

            Over 750,000 people (~80%) driven off their ancestral lands

            Over 600 Arab villages and towns BULLDOZED

            Remember! It was you alien ZioNazi thugs who invaded and started the fight in you pursuit of Zionism, seizing someone else’ country and driving them out.

          • Eric11210

            Keep repeating that. I’ll keep asking where this is listed in the genocide convention.

          • TecumsehUnfaced

            Hehe! I gave it right above, and you can’t find it!

            But please! Continue denying that the European ZioNazi invasion, assault, terrorizing, and driving 80% of the people out was not genocide! I declare you an honorary Turk, Naz!, or Stalinist. Which one do you want to be?

          • Eric11210

            And I’ll ask again: Please point to the specific part of the Genocide Convention where refusing allow hostiles to return after a war that they started constitutes genocide. I’m still waiting. Heck, let’s use your lie and pretend that you’re right that they were forced out. Even that does not constitute genocide under the Genocide Convention given that there was never any indication of intent. In order for something to legally be declared genocide, one must be able to prove intent to destroy in whole or in part a specific people or race.

          • TecumsehUnfaced

            You are dodging the fact that you ZioNazi thugs made the people leave by murdering and terrorizing them. That is genocide.

            You perpetual dodging proves that even you recognize your guilt.

          • Eric11210

            I asked you a simple question. You have refused to answer on five separate occasions. Here’s a sixth: Please tell us all where the Genocide Convention defines refusing to allow hostile elements into your country following a war they started as being genocide.

          • TecumsehUnfaced

            But it was clearly you invader ZioNazi country stealers that began the genocidal war.

          • Eric11210

            Actually, that is wrong as well. Someone needs to buy some history books. Israel was declared a state on May 14, 1948. Fifteen minutes later, the war started when Egyptian Air Force plains bombed Tel Aviv.

          • TecumsehUnfaced

            Hilarious how you ZioNazi thugs trip over your own mendacity! You ZioNazi thugs started the war of conquest and dispossession back in 1882.

          • Eric11210

            Actually, you Jihadis attacked Jews in the Land of Israel long before Herzl was even born. We went over this last night but obviously, you can’t figure out basic facts.

          • TecumsehUnfaced

            Jews in the Land of Israel? Wow! Can’t argue with delusion like that, can I?

          • BonniePrinceCharlie

            I don’t think anyone invaded. The Jews – many if whom already lived in the region – simply accepted the partition of the region of Palestine by the UN and started to build a country. The Arabs didn’t. And if you’re so concerned about people being driven off their ancestral lands, why haven’t you mentioned the 800,00 Jews driven out of Arab countries where they’d lived for centuries?

          • TecumsehUnfaced

            Wow! Is that stupid and ignorant! The Arab Jews had lived in Palestine along with all the other Arabs, but the the European Ashkenazi country stealers were clearly alien invaders.

            Also, the alien ZioNazi thugs are responsible for the Arab Jews suffering elsewhere.

            Actually, the expulsion of the Arab Jews was another machination of the Ben-Gurion by which he planned to fool and terrorize the Arab Jews into Palestine to serve the victorious European Zionist invaders of Palestine as laborers and farmers. It was Ben-Gurion who ordered the Zionist assaults on the Arab Jews.

            Zionist crimes against the Jews
            -> http://www.thepeoplesvoice.ORG/TPV3/Voices.php/2013/11/11/zionist-crimes-against-the-jews

            Zionist terror against the Jews
            -> http://www.inminds.CO.UK/jews-of-iraq.html

            False flag of the Lavon affair
            -> http://whatreallyhappened.COM/WRHARTICLES/lavon.html

            All planned and ordered by David Ben-Gurion
            -> https://en.wikipedia.ORG/wiki/One_Million_Plan

            Thanks for reminding us that the assault of the alien European Zionist Ashkenazi invaders was not just against the people of Palestine but against all the Arab Jews. Thanks for reminding us of the vast evil of the European Zionists in forcing two Million Arab (Jews, Christians, and Muslims) people from their homes.

          • BonniePrinceCharlie

            I note your reluctance to let facts get in the way of ignorance, a good conspiracy theory, blind acceptance of propaganda or prejudice. I also note that you refer only to established Israel-haters to substantiate your rhetoric. Would it be reasonable to assume that you’re also a Holocaust-denier? And a Jew-hater?

          • TecumsehUnfaced

            Why am I not surprised that your response is a flood of idiotically mendacious accusations? You really have work hard to cover up the fact that it is the ZioNazi crimes that makes people antagonistic to ZioNazis, don’t you?

          • Penitent Man

            Wow! You rolled out the Saul Alinsky tactics immediately. Why don’t you provide us with some documented proof of all your supposed facts? How can a person defending Arabs be antisemitic? Being Semitic means you belong to a linguistic group, not a race.

          • BonniePrinceCharlie

            Where did I use the word ‘antisemitic’? And I suggest you look up the original definition of ‘antisemitism’, a word coined in Germany to express hatred of Jews. No mention of Arabs. Perhaps you’re confusing semitic with semantic. And once again we have obfuscation and diversion but no answers to my questions. Now what proof would you like of what facts?

          • Eduardo Pinha

            The first article you link has a say about how life of jewish was wonderful in Morroco. And to “prove” it links to a Jewish Virtual Library article. So, the Jewish Virtual Library says exactly the opposite and describes how Jewish life in Morroco was, most of the time, extremely difficult and how they suffered severe persecution. And I now how this true through my own family history. So basically your arguments don´t stand a fact check, they are filled with lies.

          • TecumsehUnfaced

            You are lying. The first article says this…

            After 781 years of flourishing existence under the Islamic Caliphate rule, many Spanish Jews escaped Christian persecution to the more welcoming Islamic Morocco.

            The Jewish virtual library confesses that Mizrahi and Sephardim Jews of Morocco enjoyed greater equality with Muslims. Many of them gained important positions in the government administration as officials and in courts of law as judges. The Jews had their own quarters in the main cities, where they had their own schools, their own synagogues, and even their own courts and judges. They comprised a large section of the middle class, who played large roles in the economy, trade, industry and educational system of the kingdom.

            The Jewish Virtual Library corroborates this, so you are obviously lying in a flailing attempt to cover up the Zionist genocidal assault on the Palestinians and on the Arab Jews to give them laborers and farmers..

            Not really a good try from you with your misrepresented “fact check”. It is so easy for others to do their own.

          • Eduardo Pinha

            I´m sure you did´t go beyond the first paragraph. The very same article has this: “Emigration nevertheless rose and the sultan reintroduced the exit tax which was to be paid by every individual who left the country. However, those who desired to settle in the Holy Land were exempted from this tax (1858). A number of families, many of them wealthy, then established themselves in PALESTINE”.

            and this: “He also decreed the establishment of ghettos in the wealthiest communities. In 1808 the Jews of Tetuán, Rabat, Salé and Mogador were for the first time enclosed within mellahs.”

            and this: “Moroccan War of 1860, when Jews were compelled to take refuge in Gibraltar, while those of Tetuán were the victims of a pogrom.”

            and this: ” Measures which even went beyond the restrictions of Muslim law were imposed against the Jewish masses of the interior, which were more vulnerable than those living along the coasts: Jews were often sentenced to bastinado for trifling reasons.”

          • TecumsehUnfaced

            I merely pointed out how you exaggerated while contradicting nothing of what the author actually said, so you could smear him in a flailing attempt to justify the savagery of the ZioNazi thugs seizing Palestine and filling it up with foreigners tricked in to serve the Ashkenazi overlords.

            Actually, you were quite funny, when you complain about the Jews suffering along with everybody in the Moroccan war of 1860.

            Would you rather have had the Moroccan Jews treated the way the Christians treated them in Spain? Or the way the savage ZioNazi treated the Palestinians in Palestine?

          • TecumsehUnfaced

            For those who want to see what this Zionist and others are like, go to this site and see how they have behaved.

            -> http://www.mintpressnews.COM/israels-apartheid-policies-create-hurdles-team-palestine-road-rio/219254/

          • Penitent Man

            You’re as shill for the synagogue of Satan. If only a degree printed on paper meant anything in regards to truth, but it doesn’t. Why can’t you be honest? According to you, since it was “war” (it wasn’t) then that justifies the horrible things your people did to the Palestinians. If we use that logic then I should shake the hand of every remaining Wehrmacht soldier I meet for “gassing” millions of Jews (which never happened of course). Why don’t people know about Genrikh Yagoda, a man responsible for murdering over 10 million Christians under the Bolshevik Jews, yet everyone knows who Adolf Hitler is? I wonder if it has anything to do with the Jewish monopoly in Hollywood and the print media? Nah! Just an outrageous conspiracy theory!

          • Eric11210

            Ah yes, another insane jihadist who tells grand lies. Lovely.

          • I am on your side with this, but you are their best argument…

          • Helen4Yemen

            Benny Morris — It is impossible to evade it. Without uprooting of the Palestinians, a Jewish state would not have arisen here…. A Jewish state would not have come into being without the uprooting of 700,000 Palestinians. Therefore it was necessary to uproot them. There was no choice but to expel that population….” — Benny Morris

          • Eric11210

            The real Benny Morris, not a commonly quoted fake quote: irishtimeS.Com/opinion/letters/israel-and-the-palestinians-1.896017

          • Helen4Yemen

            http://www.haaretz.^com/survival-of-the-fittest-cont-1.61341

          • Eric11210

            Like Haaretz is anything but a jihadi mouthpiece.

          • Helen4Yemen

            You are worthless – useless – of no value – a waste of time – get lost!

          • TecumsehUnfaced

            Yes, I’m gawking at his bellicose dementia. What a fool!

          • Eric11210

            Again with the projection.

          • TecumsehUnfaced

            I’ve captured you perfectly, haven’t i?

          • Eric11210

            Talking about yourself jihadist?

          • TecumsehUnfaced

            No, she’s obviously talking about you. You’ve earned it!

          • Eric11210

            Projecting again.

          • Nite_Owl

            Is that you Adolph? We thought you were killed at the end of WW2.

          • Neil Montgomery

            Dear extremely rude Eric, your definition of Genocide is incomplete and therefore misleading; below you may read the definition as laid out in the 1948 Convention on the Prevention and Punishment of Genocide. As to your point one; no, that is quite wrong and even sturdy Israeli historians no longer adhere to that nonsense; the evidence is clear that they were driven out, expelled, forced to evacuate, they fled because they were being attacked or for the fear of impending attack. It’s not really all that controversial either because the expulsion of the Palestinians was the well documented policy of the time.

            “Article II: In the present Convention, genocide means any of the following acts committed with intent to destroy, in whole or in part, a national, ethnical, racial or religious group, as such:

            (a) Killing members of the group;
            (b) Causing serious bodily or mental harm to members of the group;
            (c) Deliberately inflicting on the group conditions of life calculated to bring about its physical destruction in whole or in part;
            (d) Imposing measures intended to prevent births within the group;
            (e) Forcibly transferring children of the group to another group.

            Article III: The following acts shall be punishable:

            (a) Genocide;
            (b) Conspiracy to commit genocide;
            (c) Direct and public incitement to commit genocide;
            (d) Attempt to commit genocide;
            (e) Complicity in genocide. “

          • Eric11210

            First of all, you are nothing but a bad liar. I quote Dr. Benny Morris, who was the first of the so called “New Israeli Historians:”

            Most of Palestine’s 700,000 “refugees” fled their homes because
            of the flail of war (and in the expectation that they would shortly
            return to their homes on the backs of victorious Arab invaders).
            But it is also true that there were several dozen sites, including
            Lydda and Ramla, from which Arab communities were expelled by
            Jewish troops.

            irishtimeS.Com/opinion/letters/israel-and-the-palestinians-1.896017

            Second, your fellow Jihadi already quoted the Genocide Convention. I am quite familiar with it as I am earning my Master’s Degree in genocide studies. Neither you nor he seems at all capable of reading comprehension. Where oh where does it say that refusing allow back hostile elements after a war that they themselves started constitutes genocide????????? And even if we went with your ridiculous lie and accepted that most were forced out, even though I have just proven unequivocally that you are a liar, but let’s examine this. Let’s say you were right, once again, where oh where does it say that ethnic cleansing constitutes genocide????? And while we’re on the subject, in order for a charge of genocide to levied, the Convention is crystal clear that there must be provable INTENT to destroy in whole or in part a people or race. Where oh where are the primary source documents proving intent???? I went round and round with that idiot TecumsehUnfaced last night, over and over again and he repeatedly refused to answer my questions because like you, he is nothing but a lying jihadist.

          • TecumsehUnfaced

            Note that Morris admits that massacres and terrors that drove the people out.

            -> http://disq.US/p/1aqi68w

            You just can’t escape from the fact that you ZioNazi thugs are just a bunch of alien genocidal country stealers, can you?

          • Eric11210

            And yet again, I quoted Dr. Morris. He says explicitly that the majority left on their own. Providing a link to the article here doesn’t prove anything except how stupid you think everyone is that they can’t read his words in plain English.

          • TecumsehUnfaced

            Not my fault that you think that an obvious lie by Benny Morris is more believable than when he tells the obvious truth that the Palestinians had to be driven out so that the European ZioNazi thugdom could be established..

          • Eric11210

            And yet again, I quoted Dr. Morris, word for word. Everyone can read what he wrote. The majority left on their own.

          • TecumsehUnfaced

            Yes, you love to quote obvious lies. That’s the best traction you can get.

          • DPK

            If the choice is leave on your own or die, most would choose to leave on their own.

          • Eric11210

            Considering that Israel has a thriving Arab community, that was obviously not the choice.

          • Neil Montgomery

            Dear, still extremely rude, Eric, your quote from Benny Morris comprehensively supports my position. Morris doesn’t quite go far enough and has been criticised for it but others like Ilan Páppe have gone that further, necessary step. I said absolutely nothing about “.. refusing to allow back hostile elements ..” in any context let alone the context of genocide, so you are barking up the wrong tree there. I do hope in your Masters work you do not indulge in such misplaced argument. And, once again you set up a straw man argument in linking “ethnic cleansing” to genocide definition; something I did not do. That is very much frowned upon in academic research. If you are serious about this research and want to find ‘intent’ then re-read Páppe; I assume you have read him already. The only thing you have ‘proven unequivocally’ is that you are extremely rude.

          • Eric11210

            Dr. Morris states that the majority of them left on their own. That is what I have said every single time without exception. I never said nobody was driven out. However, even those who were driven out, it was because of the exigencies of war, not due to an organized campaign of ethnic cleansing. If you look at the comment you responded to, TecumsehUnfaced and Helen4Yemen both tried on at least a dozen occasions to insist that Israel had committed genocide in 1948. The comment you responded to regards that exact lie. As for Pappe, of course I’m familiar with him. He has been caught lying on numerous occasions and is considered a highly unreliable historian in most academic circles.

          • Neil Montgomery

            Dear Eric, It’s a very interesting point the matter of whether or not leaving a village, for example, because of fear can be considered leaving of one’s own volition and that seems to be a common criticism of where Morris leaves it. It also seems clear that the intention at numerous local or regional levels was indeed to displace the Palestinians and an argument still is underway over whether or not that implies a ‘national’ intent. I must say I’m convinced by Páppe’s arguments on that given the political rhetoric and the state of the State at the time and feel that Morris doesn’t quite join up those dots; which perhaps comes down to whether or not one links the Military world and the Political world; they are in many places, not just Israel, unfortunately inseparable. I find that most historians, particularly when translation of languages becomes part of the process, can be less than precise (to be polite) when their own agenda breaks through into the text; but, I prefer not to throw the baby out with the bathwater. At the moment I’m not convinced of the genocide argument in either direction but it is something we should all consider very seriously when we are left with little more than trying to understand the intention of politicians. Lastly, the ‘exigencies’ of war make me shiver in the same way that ‘collateral damage’ makes me shiver; they seem like rather callous detachments that so often get used like the wave of a hand to dismiss something as inevitable or unimportant. Your change in tone is admirable.

          • Tony Clifton

            Jewish writer and former deputy Mayor of Jerusalem, Meron Benvenisti, in his book Sacred Landscape: The Buried History of the Holy Land Since 1948, has a special chapter on Israel’s Genocide. Why was World Zionist Organization legal counsel, Ben Victor Cohen, seated at the 1919 Paris Peace Conference and taking title and deed to Palestine? What dirt did the Jews have on POTUS Wilson. Cohen went on to become FDR’s “Kissinger,” creating the protocols to intervene in Europe’s civil war. All spelled out in the book Ben V. Cohen: Architect of the New Deal..

          • Eric11210

            Funny thing about the Internet — it’s possible to look things up. You are nothing but a bad liar. I looked up the book in question and he never says one word about this imaginary genocide of yours. By the way, just because someone is Jewish doesn’t make him trustworthy as an historian or likely to be impartial. As for Cohen, your conspiracy theory is simply a crackpot. The Ballfour Declaration granted the land to the Jews and Cohen happened to be the representative there. So what? You have been exposed as nothing but a bad liar and crackpot conspiracy theorist.

          • Penitent Man

            Genocide is defined not only by killing but by forcibly moving people off of their land, destroying their culture and displacing them. Look at the United Nations charter for the legal definition according to international law. To summarize, genocide doesn’t always mean killing.

          • Eric11210

            No, it’s not. Someone obviously has reading comprehension problems. Your fellow Jihadis have published the text of the convention. I already knew what it says because I studied it in University. Nowhere does it say what you claim.

          • betz55

            No dumber than you jew.

          • Eric11210

            Well at least you’re honest about your anti-Semitism, unlike some of your fellow Jihadis who twist and turn desperately to lie.

          • betz55

            Well at least you’re honest about your bigoted racism, unlike some of your fellow jews who twist and turn desperately to lie.

          • betz55

            Oh eric – you dumb jew with the speech impediment – you forgot the rest of the definition: synonyms: mass murder, mass homicide, massacre; annihilation, extermination, elimination, liquidation, eradication, decimation, butchery, bloodletting; pogrom, ethnic cleansing – most of which israel terrorizes the Palestinians with on a daily basis.

          • Eric11210

            I am looking at the Genocide Convention. You are an idiot.

        • John Pallyswine

          The invader, colonizer and killer is the muSSlim from Saudi, Syria, Egypt, Iraq, etc….. the muSSlim arrived in Israel in 614AD to kill, rape, colonize and steal.

          • TecumsehUnfaced

            That is ignorant and stupid, a disrespectful attempt to pass ZioNazi lies.

            The true narative is that the Palestinians have been in Palestine continuously for over ten thousand years under many names, rulers, and religions, far longer than anything called Jewish even existed, including the last two thousand years, when the invader European Zionist Ashkenazi certainly weren’t, if ever.

            The Arabs out of the peninsula defeated the Byzantines at Yarmouk in 634 C.E. and freed the Palestinians from the yoke of the Byzantines. The Palestinians were largely Christian and gradually converted to Islam and adopted Arab culture over the next few hundred years. They did not suffer the killing, raping, colonizing, and genocidal land theft, that the invading European ZioNazi thugs did to them over 1200 years later.

    • bugler1

      The nazy’s holo is a myth. Research the topic starting at jewish historian David Cole.

    • bugler1

      The nazy’s holo is a myth. Research the topic starting at jewish historian David Cole.

    • I Really want Salah uddeen Ayubi to kill that bloody jews…
      Palestinian Muslims give them some place to live with peace, and they bloody jews occupy their land step by step..
      our day will come again soon, and you will be prisoned!

    • Ardiana the adventurer

      Check your history. Palestine state never existed. It’s an imaginary concept originated by Yasser Arafat to wage war against Israel. After WW1 the whole region of Middle east was named that and everyone who lived in it were “palestinians”. After WW2 it was split in international court into Iraq, Syria, Lebanon and Jordan for the Arabs and small piece of land for the jews, Israel. If there is a land for “palestinians” it is one of the others, since “Israel” was defined to be a state solely for the jews.

  • Abdullah

    Sorry but what is israel? piggy farm?

  • CheySun

    THIS IS A TOTAL LIE….Does anyone fact check AT ALL these days. Goto Google maps and tell me there is no Palestine

    • Or you were seeing a cached version when you checked. Palestine is not labeled on the version of Google Maps I have access to, in English at least. There is a label for Gaza, but it’s just Gaza City.

    • Ines

      My search, as of 15:12 on Friday 5th August stated:
      We could not find Palestine. Make sure your search is spelled correctly’

      Gaza is there, within Israel

    • Mattia Mordi

      and did you? There is not Palestine..I told you

      • Helen4Yemen

        There is no Palestine so that the Ashkenazi can call himself ‘Israelite’?

  • Mahatma Gandhi

    No surprise; the so called American “high-tech” is in Jewish hands.

    • Clay Johns

      Yeah, I’m completely sure that at a half-trillion-dollar company the decision to say Israel on their free maps product was any blip at all on the radar. The decision was made by some low level geographer or functionary who had no idea that it would cause this kind of trouble. Don’t get me wrong, I think that people (the jews) who never lived there and whose ancestors haven’t lived there for hundreds of years going back and forcing the current inhabitants out at gunpoint is horrible, but come on, Google updating their map isn’t a Jewish plot.

      • Mattia Mordi

        “The decision was made by some low level geographer or functionary who had no idea that it would cause this kind of trouble” do you really think that? you think that a GOOGLE (one of the biggest company in the World) employer, with right to change Maps script (has to be to a really high level to do so) doesn’t know about Palestine and jewishland fight? is a projewish move..american move, ready to start other conflict and war..again! 🙁

        • Clay Johns

          You vastly overestimate how much the average american knows about Israel/Palestine. Most of them couldn’t care less about what’s going on there. The ones that do are a very small jewish minority and a much larger fundamentalist christian group that thinks supporting Israel will bring about Jesus’ return and the “end times”.
          And I’ve done work for Google. You don’t have to be super high-level. In fact, they get most of their mapping info from OTHER SOURCES. They don’t have an army of cartographers out there making new maps. IDK where they get the middle eastern maps, but a lot of the US ones come from government departments. Since the Palestinian government seems to (understandably) have some stability issues. They probably got maps from Israel. That’s not necessarily supporting Israel, just them trying to do business and get maps they need.

          • Mattia Mordi

            probably about the americans ignorance you are right..here in EU, I risk to say, we concern a bit more about what is going around us. But is so sad to say so.. USA is the first to send military force there to fight, and most of their people don’t know even why or where.
            I didnt work for Google, but I am a computer science expert, and believe me when I say that such a big change is not possible is done by a simple-ignorant-notcontrolled worked. Peace

          • Clay Johns

            I don’t need to believe you “Computer Science expert”. I have a Master’s Degree in Computer Science and Information Systems. I program every day. I’ve done actual programming work for large internet companies and small startups. I know how these companies work.

          • Helen4Yemen

            ||Most of them couldn’t care less about what’s going on there.||

            America helped its Ashkenazi steal Palestine.

            EDWIN M WRIGHT INTERVIEW: THE BEST SOURCE YOU COULD EVER FIND TO UNDERSTAND HOW PALESTINE WAS STOLEN

            Edwin M. Wright was an American foreign policy specialist. Employed by the U.S. State Department from 1945 to 1955 in a number of capacities, he was especially involved in the events leading up to and surrounding the establishment of Israel. In particular, he served as a Middle East specialist from 1945 to 1946; on the Bureau for Near East, South Asian, and African Affairs from 1946 to 1947; as an advisor on United Nations affairs from 1947 to 1950, and as an advisor on intelligence from 1950 to 1955.

            https://www.
            trumanlibrary.
            org/oralhist/wright.htm

            (put the link together)

      • AV

        You realize google ACTIVELY avoids this type of thing? Borders change depending on which country you’re viewing from? This is going AGAINST that protocol so this is probably very thought out!

  • marty greencheeks

    I guess someone at google finally opened a history book

    • Mattia Mordi

      you didnt

    • Helen4Yemen

      You mean the history book that says the Ashkenazi now in Palestine are KHAZARS?
      __________
      Here is Ralph Schoenman

      “Mr. Benjamin Netanyahu (real name: Mileikowsky) is descendant from people who have no relation to Palestine, historic or other, because Ashkenazim or European Jews such as Mr. Netanyahu or ourselves for that matter are in fact descendants of the Khazars, an 8th and 9th century empire that converted to Judaism at that time from which European Jews are descended. Indeed, as I have often discussed, if one wanted scientific data which demonstrates the ethnic origin of European Jewry, here is the point: European Jews are susceptible to a genetic condition known Tay-Sachs disease, it is analogous to what African Americans suffer, sickle cell anemia. What is interesting about this is that only European Jews are susceptible to this genetic trait. No Semitic people is. That means none of the Jews form the Arab East, Yemen or Iraq or North Africa or any of the areas of the region, because like their Arab brothers and sisters as are the Arab Jews. The point is very ironic as we have often made it and I think we should take a brief moment to emphasize this – who do you think was converted to the prostzling and dynamic Islamic religion in the 6th century? The indigenous inhabitants. They were Jews, they were non-believers, they were people of various local religious other views, animist views. The irony of all this is the Palestinian people have greater genetic link to the Jews of the region by descent than certainly the Ashkenazim who have no relation to the region whatsoever. So this is essentially a racist and pseudo scientific attempt historically to lay claim to an area and to translate their god into a real estate agent. There is no remote scintilla of evidence to establish a relationship between Jews in the world today and this region. None whatsoever, because the Jews of the period were expelled to Babylonia and the remaining tribes were entirely assimilated to the populations of the area. And indeed they are the antecedent of the Palestinian population, they have a greater relationship to the Hebrews of the early period than any Ashkenazim, none whatsoever by way of punctuating the irony and the point about the nature of a colonial settler project as an instrument of imperial conquest.”

  • Mandi

    Palestine is there

  • Fasdunkle

    The PA often show maps without Israel. Does MEMO scream about that?

    • Naveed Ali

      why would you equate the PA and google? The PA is biased towards Palestine and Israel is biased towards Israel. Google should be neutral.

      • Monsterinside

        True, but I can’t believe how Palestine and Israel hiring trolls to defend their country.

        Should we be civilized and understand each other for once in a lifetime?

        • Helen4Yemen

          Palestine is the country of foreign Jews?

        • TecumsehUnfaced

          What’s hard about understanding that the essence of political Zionism is seizing another people’s country ahd driving them out?

  • Amanda Kavanagh

    Sad how israel bulldozed three Palestinian villages and built ‘Canada Park’ on top of them …in an effort to erase history. Google removing the name Palestine, pfftt. We all know where Palestine is. Always will be Palestine. israel has no future and once funding from the NATO countries dries up .. israel will just be a bad memory.

    • BonniePrinceCharlie

      Describe to me the boundaries of ‘Palestine’.

      • Amanda Kavanagh

        You keep posting this same question, numerous times, in different forums.
        Let me address if for you , once and for all.
        Palestine’s borders are the borders outlined in all the maps pre 1948. Still. They have never changed – they were always clearly defined.
        As for ‘isreal’s’ borders .. they do not exist. Never have. They literally do not exist anywhere.
        Here – a little much needed education for you. READ IT. Pay close attention to the words “within Palestine”.

        • BonniePrinceCharlie

          I presume you’re referring to the region named Palestine by the Romans, governed under a League of Nations Mandate by the British who were given that responsibility and prior to that ruled by the Ottoman Empire for some 200 years.

          If you are saying that Israel should not exist then neither should Jordan nor should Egypt have any claim to the Sinai peninsula because both of these – as well as parts of Syria, Iraq and Lebanon – were part of the region designated Palestine by the Romans prior to the League of Nations partition. So who established Jordan’s borders? Or Syria’s? Or Iraq’s? Or Saudi Arabia’s? Or Lebanon’s? Or Kuwait’s? Or those of any other nation state in the region? When? And by what method?

          You’re a naughty little girl for being selective. Are you too ignorant or too prejudiced to differentiate between a generic name for a region and a nation state? You tell me.

          • Amanda Kavanagh

            There is no need for you to presume anything.
            My comment was crystal clear.
            You can add countless other details – go into numerous off topic areas – it changes nothing.
            Palestine’s borders have not gone anywhere.

          • BonniePrinceCharlie

            Since Jordan and the Sinai Peninsula and parts of Syria, Iraq, Lebanon and Saudi Arabia were included in the region of Palestine before that region was divided up by the League of Nations in 1924, would it be reasonable to demand that the aforementioned countries give up those territories which were previously part of the region of Palestine before it was divided? Should Jordan be included in your definition of Palestine? Or the Sinai Peninsula? Or other territories mention in my previous posting? Or are you referring solely to Israel?

            And I note that you didn’t answer my questions, but I’m not surprised. It’s not uncommon for people like yourself whose opinions are based on ignorance and/or prejudice to avoid answering questions which require a factual response. Instead they resort to obfuscation and diversion – as you have done.

            Quite simply you and your fellow-travellers are incapable of giving a direct answer to a direct question because it doesn’t suit your narrative.

            Prove me wrong. Answer my questions in a full and proper fashion. Prove you’re not just a mindless bigot.

          • Amanda Kavanagh

            I have no intention of answering any of your questions unless I feel inclined too. You don’t like that, too bad. When you insult people – expect to be treated with disrespect in return.
            I do not care about your endless mundane ‘non issues’ to the argument.
            The League of Nations? You must be joking.
            I have old maps. I also have the current issue of ‘Global Politics: Engaging in a Complex World’. page 123 has the Map of Palestine. 1946. Clearly marked. ‘israel’ does not exist.
            Clinging to the illegality by which NATO created ‘israel’ – does not magically validate ‘israel’.
            Palestine is and was the only country.
            The ‘state of israel’ has no future.. but a sickeningly sadistic short 60 odd year ‘history’.
            The mindless bigots are people like you who feel being ‘jewish’ gives you an entitlement to just murder and steal whatever you want.

          • BonniePrinceCharlie

            And does Jordan exist as a separate country on your 1946 map of Palestine?

            Of course you don’t feel inclined to answer any of my questions because to do so would require you to examine your own narrative and prejudices. All Israel-haters resort to that type of response when asked questions that require factual answers, and you’re no different.

            But you do show your ignorance when you claim that Israel was created by NATO. The ‘Palestine’ to which you refer was partitioned into two areas – one designated for a Jewish homeland, the other designated for a new Arab state – by a majority decision of the General Assembly of the United Nations Assembly in 1947. In 1948 the Jews declared the area given to them to be the State of Israel and this state was recognised by and welcomed as a member of the United Nations. The land given to the Arabs was grabbed by Egypt, Jordan, Syria, Iraq and Lebanon following their unsuccessful attempt to wipe Israel off the face of the earth. These countries made no attempt whatsoever to create the new Arab state envisaged by the UN.

            I’d also like to take this opportunity to thank you for using a computer / the internet / cellphone and other forms of communication which run in part on technology developed in Israel and from which the Israel economy benefits greatly. Your contribution is much appreciated and clearly demonstrates your hypocrisy in being willing to use products and services produced by a country which you obviously hate.

          • TecumsehUnfaced

            More of the ZioNazi con game.

            None of Palestine was ever stolen from the Arab indigenes and given to the alien Ashkenazi ZioNazi thugs as a gift for them to build their thugdom, “Israel”. You ZioNazi genocidal country stealers stole it all by yourselves.

          • Amanda Kavanagh

            Again, the hasbara ‘Brand israel’ propaganda. So last year. Literally – last year was when hasbara came up with the idea to push ‘israeli’ contributions. Too bad, the contributions turned out to be ‘expropriated’ – as jews do, lacking creative talent.
            The grandfather of computers was a devout Christian by the name of Charles Babbage. Not a jew.
            I would like you to take this opportunity to thank Mr. Babbage – the Christian – for pretty much setting the foundation for any technology you currenty use.
            When Babbage’s unpublished notebooks were discovered in 1937. His design was re-examined and the modern computer became a reality.
            Not only did Babbage conceive the forerunner of today’s computer hardware (the machinery), but he also conceived the necessity for a program (which is how today’s computer software functions).
            So — what were you saying?
            FYI – Steve Jobs – the Apple founder – SYRIAN.

            And yes – Jordan is on my early maps (and current), as is Syria, Lebanon, Palestine. Egypt, Iraq … but not ‘israel’.

          • Helen4Yemen

            || one designated for a Jewish homeland,||

            How does the foreign Ashkenazi feel entitled to come from thousands of miles away to leech off stolen Arab land?

          • Helen4Yemen

            Why is a foreign Ashkenazi meddling in Arab affairs?

          • Helen4Yemen

            Why is a foreign Ashkenazi meddling in Arab affairs?

          • Helen4Yemen

            What has any of this to do with foreign Ashenazi Europeans?
            What connects a foreign people except greed and lust?
            ____
            GET THIS: Arab Jews are the brothers and sisters of the Arab people but only CORELIGIONISTS of Ashkenazi Jews. Arabs Jews lived in peace and harmony while European Jews were hated for centuries. The arrival of the foreign non-Semitic Ashkenazi Jews from Europe to Arab Palestine disturbed the peaceful coexistence of all Arabs.

          • Helen4Yemen

            Question: Did any of the people of the places you mention come from thousands of miles away carrying with them vividly European faces?

      • Helen4Yemen

        The Ashkenazi government never wants to refer to Palestinians as PALESTINIANS. To do so would recognize the fact that Palestine and the Palestinians existed long before Israel came into being. The land is Palestine, not the “West Bank”, not the GAZA strip but that land that once was known as Palestine- inhabited by….Palestinians!

  • Leland Mellott

    How many people have been murdered within the parameters of the Holy Land and over how many centuries?

  • Matthew Adams

    I’ve heard of “Israel”. Is that Hebrew for Palestine?

  • Batik Mega Mendung

    A bold huge question to the google “Do the right thing” slogan: “Follow the law, act honorably, and treat each other with respect.”. By removing palestine google had disobey UN Law that admit Palestine, Act dishonour to the humanitarian of Palestine people who being colonized by Israel, and disrespect to the whole moslem in the world. Shame on you Google.

  • Alabama Mothman

    Google should know that you cant make up the facts. They simply exist as they are.

  • Paris By Night

    What palestinian history are they talking about??
    I visited the archives in Cairo, Aman and Damascus and couldn’t find a trace a “palestinian” before 1965…
    Well, that’s not entirely true… Until 1960 the term “palestinian” was used by the arab countries as a pejorative term to name… the JEWS…
    Gotta love the idiocracy!

    • Helen4Yemen

      IT IS PALESTINE NOT ISRAEL
      1- Theodore Herzl — Without preparation, I told Newlinsky that we imagine that Palestine would be given to us for £20 million ($100 million [in 1896]). Two million would be given to Palestine on the basis of the capitalisation of its present [1896] yield of £80,000 annually. With the other £18 million, we should free Turkey from the Control Commission”. Theodor Herzl, founder of political Zionism, 1860 – 1904, from a Personal Diary entry 18 May 1896.”
      2- Ariel Sharon — We’ll make a pastrami sandwich of them, … we’ll insert a strip of Jewish settlements in between the Palestinians, and then another strip of Jewish settlements right across the West Bank, so that in 25 years’ time, neither the United Nations nor the United States, nobody, will be able to tear it apart. (Ariel (Arik) Sharon, 1973)
      3- Balfour — “His Majesty’s Government view with favor the establishment in Palestine of a national home for the Jewish people, and will use their best endeavors to facilitate the achievement of this object, it being clearly understood that nothing shall be done which may prejudice the civil and religious rights of existing non-Jewish communities in Palestine, or the rights and political status enjoyed by Jews in any other country.” The Balfour Declaration to Baron Rothchild, on the 2nd of November, 1917:
      4- Benny Morris — It is impossible to evade it. Without uprooting of the Palestinians, a Jewish state would not have arisen here…. A Jewish state would not have come into being without the uprooting of 700,000 Palestinians. Therefore it was necessary to uproot them. There was no choice but to expel that population….” — Benny Morris
      5- David Ben-Gurion — “We walked outside, Ben-Gurion accompanying us. Allon repeated his question, What is to be done with the Palestinian population?’ Ben-Gurion waved his hand in a gesture which said ‘Drive them out!’” Yitzhak Rabin, leaked censored version of Rabin memoirs, published in the New York Times, 23 October 1979.
      6- Ghandi — And now a word to the Jews in Palestine. I have no doubt that they are going about it in the wrong way. The Palestine of the Biblical conception is not a geographical tract. It is in their hearts. But if they must look to the Palestine of geography as their national home, it is wrong to enter it under the shadow of the British gun. A religious act cannot be performed with the aid of the bayonet or the bomb. They can settle in Palestine only by the goodwill of the Arabs. They should seek to convert the Arab heart. The same God rules the Arab heart who rules the Jewish heart. They can offer satyagraha in front of the Arabs and offer themselves to be shot or thrown into the Dead Sea without raising a little finger against them. They will find the world opinion in their favour in their religious aspiration. There are hundreds of ways of reasoning with the Arabs, if they will only discard the help of the British bayonet. As it is, they are co-shares with the British in despoiling a people who have done no wrong to them.
      7- Jabotinsky — “Has any People ever been seen to give up their territory of their own free will? In the same way, the Arabs of Palestine will not renounce their sovereignty without violence. – Vladimir Jabotinsky (the founder and advocate of the Zionist terrorist organizations), Quoted by Maxime Rodinson in Peuple Juif ou Problem Juif. (Jewish People or Jewish Problem):
      8- Mahatma Gandhi — Palestine belongs to the Arabs in the same sense that England belongs to the English or France to the French. It is wrong and inhuman to impose the Jews on the Arabs. What is going on inPalestine today cannot be justified by any moral code of conduct. The mandates have no sanction but that of the last war. Surely it would be a crime against humanity to reduce the proud Arabs so that Palestinecan be restored to the Jews partly or wholly as their national home. The nobler course would be to insist on a just treatment of the Jews wherever they are born and bred. The Jews born in France are French in precisely the same sense that Christians born in France are French. (Mahatma Gandhi, 26 November 1938)
      9- Malcolm-X — “Did the Zionists have the legal or moral right to invade Arab Palestine, uproot its Arab citizens from their homes and seize all Arab property for themselves just based on the “”religious”” claim that their forefathers lived there thousands of years ago? Only a thousand years ago the Moors lived in Spain. Would this give the Moors of today the legal and moral right to invade the Iberian Peninsula, drive out its Spanish citizens, and then set up a new Moroccan nation … where Spain used to be, as the European zionists have done to our Arab brothers and sisters in Palestine?”
      10- David Ben-Gurion — The present map of Palestine was drawn by the British mandate. The Jewish people have another map which our youth and adults should strie to fulfill-From the Nile to the Euphrates.
      11- Bertrand Russell — The tragedy of the people of Palestine is that their country was “given” by a foreign Power to another people for the creation of a new State. The result was that many hundreds of thousands of innocent people were made permanently homeless. With every new conflict their number have increased. How much longer is the world willing to endure this spectacle of wanton cruelty? (This statement was dated 31st January, 1970, and he died on 2nd February 1970)

  • Drone9

    All these squabbles about land. People need to be thankful they have a home. That is their land. Seek out opportunities. Flourish at where they’re planted. Full stop.

  • mhymn atih

    Iam saddened by the news……seems that no more in the world is left but aready in the hands of deceptive body.

  • Sabayon Nynn

    in fact some Jews themselves even claim that there should be a
    statue to Adolf Hitler in Israel because he created the State of Israel, Without Adolf Hitler, Israel would not exist.

  • bugler1

    Jews have already stolen the land from palestinian. It’s only a matter of time they kill the remaining palestines.
    Google is just ahead of time.

  • bugler1

    Jews have already stolen the land from palestinian. It’s only a matter of time they kill the remaining palestines.
    Google is just ahead of time.

  • Ryan

    Dead men tell no tales! Hitler was the scapegoat for the plan of a one world government. Yes, it went all the way back to then, and even back into the 1800’s. Yes, people died in camps from starvation, disease, and sickness. Germany was low on everything toward the end of the war. Who do you think gets the food rations first? However, there is no proof that Hitler purposely exterminated all of these people, and the Red Cross lowered the number to less than a million from 6 million.

    Meanwhile, Stalin and Mao Tse Tsung murdered and executed 100 million people a piece according to rough estimates. Gee, I wonder why we never hear about them (100 times worse than Hitler)? Hmmmm. Because Jewish Bolshevik Communists put them in power and helped them with their mass exterminations. Hitler is demonized so badly because he knew about the plans of Zionism and has been the only one to date to try to stop them in their tracks. The only one. In fact, for any moron still questioning me………read Mein Kampf. Hitler predicted exactly how the world would be today. You can even listen to narration in English of the whole book. People need to study history a little more instead of watching football and drinking every weekend at bars and allowing themselves to be brainwashed and simply fooled by mass media and disinformationists.

    • Andy Mcglone

      its all western propaganda so is the claptrap about Stalin and Mao you dishonour yourself by unquoting one and quoting another..there is no truth in history books people dont know whats happening now let alone 50-100 years ago if you believe the zionist press Putin is evil if you think about it rationally..the corporate west is evil and Putin seems human.

  • D. Koss Uber

    This reminds me of the West Wing “Holy Land Map” scene….

  • God curse Israel..

  • AnotherLover

    Google is scum.

  • James Mendelsohn

    do you have a source for that entirely fanciful claim?

  • abinico

    And who owns Google – ah huh, thought so.

  • Helen4Yemen

    Gandhi — “But, in my opinion, they (European Jews) have erred grievously in seeking to impose themselves on Palestine with the aid of America and Britain and now with the aid of naked terrorism. … Why should they depend upon American money or British arms for forcing themselves on an unwelcome land? Why should they resort to terrorism to make good their forcible landing in Palestine? (July 14, 1946)

  • Helen4Yemen

    Bertrand Russell —

    “No people anywhere in the world would accept being expelled en masse from their own country; how can anyone require the people of Palestine to accept a punishment which nobody else would tolerate?”
    — Bertrand Russell, British philosopher, mathematician, historian, social reformer, and pacifist, 1970.

  • Helen4Yemen

    Bertrand Russell — “We are frequently told that we must sympathize with Israel because of the suffering of the Jews in Europe at the hands of the Nazis. I see in this suggestion no reason to perpetuate any suffering. What Israel is doing today cannot be condoned, and to invoke the horrors of the past to justify those of the present is gross hypocrisy. Not only does Israel condemn a vast number. of refugees to misery; not only are many Arabs under occupation condemned to military rule; but also Israel condemns the Arab nations only recently emerging from colonial status, to continued impoverishment as military demands take precedence over national development.”(This statement was dated 31st January, 1970, and he died on 2nd February 1970)

  • No more using google as search engine. Will soon try to change my email provider as well as other usage of google as google is no more reliable service.

    • Helen4Yemen

      Imagine if the Muslim word was united as one as the Ashkenazi is. If 1.7 billion Muslims abandoned Google in unison, they can bring it down to its knees.

  • betz55

    Attention – Eric11210 is a hasbaric troll zionazi. Ignore completely.

    • Helen4Yemen

      Yep! He has been banned from many websites!

      • betz55

        Thanks Helen !

  • Gil Harris

    There is no f#*king palestine—why should it be on a map? hahahahahahahahaha

    • Helen4Yemen

      So you are so deluded to believe the foreign Ashkenazis are entitled to Palestine?
      Then why not the Japanese, the Eskimos, and the Zulus. Isn’t the Ashkenazi as alien to Palestine?

  • Anas Sumair Raza

    We can not fight for our rights and our history as well as future until we are armed with weapons of criticism and dedicated consciousness.

    https://teespring.com/palestine-august-2016

  • Bola Kola

    Assalamualaikum what of good to humanity is expected from the so called google..