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  1. Nov 2023
    1. once Europe and the United States will stand behind the one state solution and the way is still very long to this then they might come to Israel and say 00:37:31 what about the one says what about equal rights and then Israel will have to say no we object equal rights and the moment Israel will say so which thrill 00:37:43 Israel declares Itself by itself as an apartheid state if you say no to equal rights you say I am an apartheid state and then it is the time for the for the 00:37:56 world to act

      That's a nice plan: One-State solution so that Israel admits its nature and then be pressured by the planet to change cource.

    2. that's exactly the hypocrisy of the Israeli Zionist lift which in many ways is worse than the 00:36:03 right Wingers in many ways not in all ways yeah but at least the right Wingers are not hypocritical they say what they want the Israel Zionist left labor party and others 00:36:15 are the biggest Hypocrites because they establish the occupation it's not the right wing as we establish it they establish the settlements it's not the right Wingers to establish it they started everything they had 00:36:28 actively done the nakba it was not the right Wingers it was the Socialists left of Israel

      It was the Socialist Zionists that perpetrated the Nakba ([[BenGTurion]]).

    1. Oslo was that territories would be divided into categories a b and c so there would be Palestinian territories there would be territories under mix control and C which were going to be Israeli

      Eventually Palestinians got only 12% of West Bank full of denigraded barbecheck-points. Even that 12% they have to defend it against armed settlers that wander freely in Areas C & D.

    2. there's a detail here which is that there are also parts of the Palestinian movement who 00:05:28 reject the original state of Israel and the 1948 borders

      The interviewee does not clarify enough this point,though it is recognized as contentious.

      According to UN 1945, 2.8 Palestinians have the right to demand conpensations for the lands Israel apropiated before the Nakba.

      The international community after 1967 came to the gradual understanding that negotiations for the reparations & the occupation will commence AFTER Israel withdraws to pre-1967 borders. Israel & the US are the parties that have been steadily resisting this, as is is shown by all intermediate agreements the US contributed to manufacture consent.

    3. Palestine after the war and in 1948 led by David Boran a the setting up of the state of Israel driven by actually uh an Israeli military assault 00:03:43 that takes a lot of the territory previously held by Arab communities and involves many many Arabs being displaced from their homes

      [[Nakba]] started earlier than 1948.

      The kick-off event was the 1929 AlBuraq revolts. David Ben-Gurion participated since 1935, in parallel with [[Haganah]] & [[Irgun]] Jewish militants terrorizing pastoral Palestinians for more than a decade before the peak of the Nakba.

      The whole sentence in the video here a a great understatement of the organized terror employed by the militant Zionist organizations against the indigenous populations to kick them out and appropriate their lands.

    4. back to the former 00:02:28 state of Israel

      There was no "former state of Israel" for the European Jews, and that biblical missconception framed the grave consequences of their colonization. Ashkenazies had patrilinear only of M.Eastearn origin - their husbants were convested to Jewdaism:

      Thus the great majority of Ashkenazi maternal lineages were not brought from the Levant, as commonly supposed, nor recruited in the Caucasus, as sometimes suggested, but assimilated within Europe. These results point to a significant role for the conversion of women in the formation of Ashkenazi communities, and provide the foundation for a detailed reconstruction of Ashkenazi genealogical history.

    5. the Brits were actually uh targets of terrorist attacks from both Arabs and and Jews and

      The British were not impartial. On the contrary, they cooperated with the Zionists, and handed over to them years of intel they had collected on the indigenous people facilitating thus Nakba. Certainly there were clashes (eg. British arrested many [[Irgun]] members, but with the cooperation of [[Haganah]] & [[Ben-Gurion]].

    6. during the nearly 2,000 years this had become very much a place dominated by Arab Muslim communities so the Jews were moving back

      Grave missconception, Arabs did not replace Palestine populations.

      Modern DNA tells that people of Palestine, Jews and Muslims, Christians and Druzes, never left the place. Arab emigration were mostly a spread of their ideology, not in body counts. The admixture of Arab DNA to the Muslims of the Levant is actually lower than expected, and non-existent for other Levantines.

    7. going back 3,000 years state of Israel was um dominated by a Jewish 00:01:26

      Non-Jewish religions (Kebarans, Natufians, Sumerians & Akkads and later Babylonians originating from Levant, Anatolia & Eurates crescent) and non-Semitic races (the biblical "Philistines") all co-existed for millennia before the Bible was even written, 1200-200 BC. Jews being the dominant population probably applies only after ~600BC, when they started returning from the 80y Babylonian enslavement, and started to gradually re-occupy their fatherlands, a significant event that culminated a sense of identity much stronger than that of the neighboring populations.

    8. they were displaced just under 2,000 years ago basically by the Romans

      This is disputed. We don't see any population drop in the Levant , actually it continued to grow that period.

      Certainly the Romans destroyed Jerusalem's temple, but populations in Palestine mostly laid low, were not exterminated or evicted.

      OTOH, Semitic people were sailors who were emigrating to Mediterranean coastal cities for centuries - no displacement story needed to explain their spread populations, the same as for the Hellenic people.

    1. permanent security”
      • for: definition - permanent security, examples - permanent security

      • definition: permanent security

        • Extreme responses by states to security threats, enacted in the name of present and future self defence.
        • Permanent security actions target entire civilian populations under the logic of ensuring that terrorists and insurgents can never again represent a threat. It is a project, in other words, that seeks to avert future threats by anticipating them today.
      • example: permanent security

        • Russian-Ukraine war
          • Vladimir Putin reasons that Ukraine must be forcibly returned to Russia so that it cannot serve as a launching site for NATO missiles into Russia decades from now.
        • Myanmar-Rohingya conflict
          • The Myanmarese military sought to squash separatism by expelling and killing the Rohingya minority in 2017
        • China-Uyghur conflict
          • China sought to pacify and reeducate Muslim Uyghurs by mass incarceration to forestall their striving for independence forever
        • Israel-Palestine conflict
          • Israel seeks to eliminate Hamas as a security threat once and for all after the 2023 Hamas attack on Israel
        • US-Iraq-Afghanistan
          • The US sought to eliminate Saddam Hussein's nuclear capabilities and to eliminate Osama Bin Laden for his bombing of the World Trade center.
      • for: israel-Palestine conflict, colonialism, Israel-Hamas conflict,annotate, genocide
    1. I remember when news media outlets in the First Amendment-loving US used to criticize China for its lack of press freedom; but the New York Times is now accusing Beijing of not cracking down enough on its news media and online discourse in order to silence criticism of Israel and the US. Good luck with that.

      The US has slipped on the other side of power - begging Chineese government to help them through censorship.

  2. Oct 2023
    1. 20. Hamas believes that no part of the land of Palestine shall be compromised or conceded, irrespective of the causes, the circumstances and the pressures and no matter how long the occupation lasts. Hamas rejects any alternative to the full and complete liberation of Palestine, from the river to the sea. However, without compromising its rejection of the Zionist entity and without relinquishing any Palestinian rights, Hamas considers the establishment of a fully sovereign and independent Palestinian state, with Jerusalem as its capital along the lines of the 4th of June 1967, with the return of the refugees and the displaced to their homes from which they were expelled, to be a formula of national consensus.

      Article 20 implicitly recognizes Israel, and lays a fair & workable peace plan.

    1. They were so set in their categories that they couldn’t make a distinction between the Palestinian people and a genocidal cult that claimed to speak in that people’s name


    1. let us talk about our two maybe our two 00:22:06 settler colonial societies so to speak two political projects established in the past with the help of what the late patrick wolf called the logic of the elimination of the 00:22:19 native these settler colonial society the canadian one and the israeli one still by large deny their past a denial that enables them to continue so to speak the project of the 00:22:32 elimination of the native
      • for: colonization, colonization - Canada - Palestine, elimination of the native

      • paraphrase

        • Gabor was accept as an immigrant to Canada, itself a colonizer country in denial, much like Israel itself is
        • The elimination of the native is the effect of colonization
    1. What I cannot understand is endorsing, validating, or standing in solidarity with war crimes. That so many student organizations did so is stunning. It commits them to positions anathema not only to the conservatives they often tangle with but to left-leaning liberals and progressives, many of whom now perceive a frightening difference in core values that too many had scarcely pondered before.


    2. We reject the distinction between ‘civilian’ and ‘militant.’ We reject the distinction between ‘settler’ and ‘soldier.’ Every Palestinian is a civilian even if they hold arms. A settler is an aggressor, a soldier, and an occupier even if they are lounging on our occupied beaches.


    1. a profound moral challenge. Even as we mourn our dead in Israel, we must acknowledge and protest the genocide Israel is currently perpetrating in their memory in no uncertain terms. I cannot say this forcefully enough: those of us who ignore this reality – who mourn the Jewish dead exclusively without even a mention of the massive crimes Israel is actively committing against the Palestinian people – will be quite frankly, complicit in this horrific bloodshed.
    2. most chillingly, a member of Israeli Parliament has called for a “second Nakba that will overshadow the Nakba of 1948.”
    1. For “The West”, all deference must be given to Israel. p span[style*="font-size"] { line-height: 1.6; } Calling Palestinians innocent is tantamount to Holocaust denial. A hate crime. p span[style*="font-size"] { line-height: 1.6; } For the “Muslim World” and various anti-colonial, global liberation movements, all deference must be given to Palestine. p span[style*="font-size"] { line-height: 1.6; } Calling Israelis innocent is colonialist. Racist. Nakba denial. A hate crime. p span[style*="font-size"] { line-height: 1.6; } We need a better way.
      • for: quote, quote - conflict resolution, quote - Israel / Palestine conflict

      • quote

        • For “The West”, all deference must be given to Israel.
          • Calling Palestinians innocent is tantamount to
            • Holocaust denial.
            • A hate crime.
        • For the “Muslim World” and various anti-colonial, global liberation movements, all deference must be given to Palestine.
          • Calling Israelis innocent is
            • colonialist.
            • Racist.
            • Nakba denial.
            • A hate crime.
        • We need a better way.
      • author: Jeremy Courtney
      • date: Oct 9, 2023

      • comment

        • the world is far more complex than these simplifications
  3. Feb 2023
    1. Going forward, disposal plans including locations and transportation routes for contaminated waste will be subject to EPA review and approval, she said.

      Government slows down and impedes everything under the pretense of making it better. This is yet another example of that.

    1. When train 32N passedthe next HBD, at MP 69.01, the bearing’s recorded temperature was 103°F aboveambient. The third HBD, at MP 49.81, recorded the suspect bearing’s temperature at253°F above ambient.

      Though trending up, the bearing temperature was within non-critical limits until shortly before the wreck occurred. It was about 46 miles between the last detector and the one that alerted just before the accident.

    2. The train engineer increased the dynamic brake application to further slow andstop the train. During this deceleration, an automatic emergency brake applicationinitiated, and train 32N came to a stop.

      After being alerted to the unsafe condition, the crew seemed to respond appropriately by slowing down to stop, but during that process derailment further back in the train must have separated the air hoses causing the emergency braking application.

      This suggests that the crew didn't throw the train into emergency as some had suggested.

    3. The positive train control system was enabled and operating at thetime of the derailment.

      No other trains were involved, but this system is intended to prevent multi-train collisions or crews inattentively passing stopped signals. It indicates that the crew was alert enough to be following inputs within the confines of the system.

    4. Train 32N was traveling about 47mph at the time of the derailment, which was less than the maximum authorizedtimetable speed of 50 mph.

      So we know it wasn't speeding as some had alleged.

    1. We ought to know when there is something that is very volatile that is coming into the State of Ohio

      A lot of these chemicals are made in Ohio. Seems goofy to be all concerned about stuff coming in that we make right here.

  4. Nov 2021
    1. the way they do it's funny you should say like why do we support Saudi Arabia to yeah but Saudi Arabia has oil at least there's some logic you can connect dots they're really simple I don't believe

      US support for Israel & Saudi Arabia has a lot of commons.

    2. even if you share a photo of someone who was like killed by an Israeli soldier you go to jail and you go to jail for the amount of like

      Small difference between Israel's law on Palestianians publishing on the internet & Saudi Arabia…

    3. once a soldier understands that he can be charged with manslaughter next time you'll think twice and that hesitation is likely to cost soldiers

      A Israeli lady confess that the soldier must go unpusnished.

    4. El Rosario is a soldier there you know in the US when police killed black people and we have rallies like black lives matter people have rallies in support of these people who

      The whole Israeli society revolted against the the rightful punishment of Sergeant Elor Azarya was convicted of unsolicited murder after he was filmed executing a Palestinian youth.

    1. Τι θα συνέβαινε  εάν καίγαμε τις ταυτότητες μας σε ολόκληρη τη χώρα, στη Χάιφα στη Τζενίν, στη Γάζα και στην Ιερουσαλήμ; Τι θα συνέβαινε εάν ο Μουχάμαντ ζούσε στο σπίτι του Ισα Γιασσέρ ή στο διαμέρισμα του Γιασσίν; Τι θα συνέβαινε εάν κατεβαίναμε όλοι στους δρόμους ντυμένοι με τις παραδοσιακές μας στολές τραγουδώντας για την Παλαιστίνη , μπερδεύοντας με αυτόν τον τρόπο τις δυνάμεις κατοχής και τελικά καταφέρναμε να παραλύσουμε τις  στρατιωτικές δυνατότητες τους, που στοχεύουν τους μαχητές μας.

      Φρεσκιες ιδέες για πολιτική ανυπακοη απο την παλαιστινια Αχεντ Τμίμι, που ευτυχως ειναι ακομη ζωντανη.

  5. Oct 2021
    1. Coronavirus Pandemic Data Explorer. (n.d.). Our World in Data. Retrieved March 3, 2021, from https://ourworldindata.org/coronavirus-data-explorer

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  6. Jun 2017
    1. illegal practices and numerous daily violations, such as extrajudicial killings and injury, home demolitions, forced displacement, arrest and detention, and the denial of basic human rights.  Palestinian women lived in a permanent state of insecurity, tension and fear due to the colonial occupation.  Palestinian women were also disproportionately affected by racist Israeli policies and laws which prevented Palestinians with different residencies from living together as a family.  Only an end to the occupation and the fulfilment of the long-overdue self-determination of the Palestinian people would bring true and lasting empowerment to the Palestinian people,
  7. Jun 2015
  8. Sep 2014
    1. All Palestinians are exposed to non-stop monitoring without any legal protection. Junior soldiers can decide when someone is a target for the collection of information. There is no procedure in place to determine whether the violation of the individual’s rights is necessarily justifiable. The notion of rights for Palestinians does not exist at all. Not even as an idea to be disregarded.