C H U R C H R E F O R M S E R I E S
By Biblicism Institute
“Palestine belongs to the Arabs in the same sense that England belongs to the English or France to the French.” – Mahatma Gandhi
Modern Jews – the Ashkenazim, Sephardim, Samaritans, Europeans, Africans, etc. – are not of the seed of Jacob/Israel, thus not of the Semitic lineage of the 12 Hebrew tribes with whom God had the Old Covenant. They are just converts to Judaism/Pharisaism, and therefore neither the Chosen People nor the descendants of Abraham – especially since all Hebrews are irrevocably dead.
“To your (Abraham’s) descendants I give this land….” Genesis 15:18
In other words, Zionist Jews, who claim that Palestine belongs to them, are simply barefaced impostors and liars pretending to be Hebrews in order to steal the land. They can’t possibly contend that Palestine, which they have stolen under biblical pretense, is their Abrahamic inheritance.
“The LORD was very angry with Israel, and removed them out of his sight… And the LORD rejected all the seed of Israel, and afflicted them, and delivered them into the hand of spoilers, until he had cast them out of his sight.” 2 Kings 17:18,20
Consequently, Palestine does not belong to converted Jews. Not one inch of it.
STEALING PALESTINE AND BREAKING GOD’S COMMANDS
Palestine was not a land without a people for a people without a land, and it was not a state of sand, malaria, and flies as the Zionist Jews would have us believe. It was a fully functioning country with a sizable Arab population.
Jerusalem, Palestine 1900s
But all of that changed when non-Semitic, non-Hebraic, Zionist Ashkenazi Jews – who lost their homeland Khazaria and were in search of a new land – flooded into Palestine before, during, and after World War 2.
Once on the ground, they created many terrorist groups such as the Irgun, the Stern gang, and Haganah. They terrorized the Palestinian population, killed thousands upon thousands, and forced hundreds of thousands out of their homes and into neighboring Arab countries.
“We will expel the Arabs and take their place. In each attack a decisive blow should be struck resulting in the destruction of homes and the expulsion of the population,” explained fake-Hebrew Ashkenazi David Ben-Gurion, a Prime
Minister Thief of Israel (1949-54, 1955-63), in a letter to his son (1937).
Evicted Palestinian Refugees 1948
As a result, the Ashkenazim stole Palestine in 1948 and renamed it Israel in order to reinvent themselves as Hebrews and hoodwink gullible Christians in the West. See How the Ashkenazi Jews Conquered the West.
However, countless Palestinians were massacred, with a great many dispossessed of their land. The majority of those who still inhabit the country are segregated, while millions more are currently refugees in neighboring Arab countries, waiting to go back to their stolen homes.
By setting in motion such a course of action, the Zionist Jews, pretending to be the Hebrews of the Old Covenant, hypocritically broke half of said Covenant’s commandments.
“You shall not misuse the name of the Lord your God, for the Lord will not hold anyone guiltless who misuses his name.” Exodus 20: 7
“You shall not murder.” Exodus 20:13
“You shall not steal.” Exodus 20:15
Fake-Hebrew militias kicking Palestinians out of their homes in the city of Ramle in 1948
“You shall not give false testimony against your neighbor.” Exodus 20:16
“You shall not covet your neighbor’s house, you shall not covet your neighbor’s wife, nor his manservant, nor his maidservant, nor his ox, nor his ass, nor any thing that is your neighbor’s.” Exodus 20:17
Zionist Jews are not settlers, they’re thieves, liars, impostors, and murderers. Palestine was stolen, pure and simple.
Since then there has not been peace in the Middle East, and there never will be as long as Israel continues to exist in its current configuration and gets away with manipulating the US Government.
And ironically, Judea and Samaria of the Bible (i.e., the Kingdoms of Judah and Israel) are today mostly inside the West Bank of Palestine (rightly called Judea and Samaria even by thieving Zionists – West Bank map on your right) and not inside Modern Israel.
HOW STEALING PALESTINE AFFECTS THE WORLD
“We Jews, we, the destroyers, will remain the destroyers forever.” – Maurice Samuel
Palestinians evicted out of their homes 1948
In stealing Palestine, the Zionists didn’t just hurt the Palestinian people, they scarred the world as well, are scarring it now, and will probably continue to do so until the world puts an end to it.
World War 1: Britain was losing the war against Germany. The Zionists stepped in and bribed President Wilson to get the US into the war to help them. In return, the Jews asked the British Empire to deed them Palestine to create Israel. Their wish was granted in the form of the Balfour Declaration of 1917, which cost the world 18 million dead.
During that same period, the Jewish Bolsheviks, who took over the Russian government in the 1910s, killed 66 million Christians, including 200,000 members of the Christian clergy, and destroyed 40,000 churches.
Palestinian Scouts, Jaffa, Palestine 1924
World War 2: The Zionists fomented that war (just like they’re doing today with Iran and other countries in the Middle East), so that European Jews could feel threatened. The deception worked as European Jews fled in droves to Palestine and took over the homes of Palestinians, who were evicted at gunpoint and then either massacred or driven out of their land into neighboring Arab countries. With enough Jews on the ground, Israel was created in 1948 at a cost of 80 million dead.
World War On Terror: Jewish neocons, in cahoots with their bought-and-paid-for politicians in the US government, perpetrated their act of terrorism on 9/11. Then they conveniently blamed it on Muslims so as to obtain a green light to destroy the Middle East using the armies of the US and NATO and the terrorist groups they finance, with the ultimate view to creating Greater Israel. So far, the death toll is over 3 million, including Christians.
World War 3: With Russia protecting Syria and Iran from Israel’s Machiavellian design, will the Zionists succeed in bringing the world once again to the brink of disaster to create Greater Israel? If they do, will it instead bring about their downfall?
Apartheid Israel is indeed a scourge. A cancer that needs to be dealt with.
“You will destroy them that speak lies: Jehovah abhors blood-thirsty and deceitful men.” Psalm 5:6
If one truly believes the Jewish-dominated media, their fake news, and their constant barrage of “Holocaust” movies, one genuinely thinks that there’s only one group of people that everyone on earth hates: Jews. That’s how effective the brainwashing has been.
However, when one wakes up from the media’s induced stupor, one realizes that Zionist Jews are themselves the victimizers of not only the Arab Palestinians but of the world as well. As befitting the deceivers that they are, they camouflage themselves as victims.
Unfortunately for them, the world’s consciousness is being stirred, and everyone will soon realize who they really are: impostors, liars, shameless thieves, and blood-thirsty barbarians.
Nevertheless, the greatest SHAME is the fact that many “Christians” (including the leaders of the “Christian” media who sold out Jesus and His Love-Thy-Neighbor command to Israel for 30 pieces of Jewish silver) and the great western powers justify Israel at every turn.
“He who justifies the wicked and he who condemns the righteous are both alike an abomination to the Lord.” Proverbs 17: 15
Appeal: Every conscientious individual should implement a personal boycott of Israel and everything made there.
Israel’s Obsession With Hummus Is About More Than Stealing Palestine’s Food
By Ben White, The National
When Israel expelled hundreds of thousands of Palestinians from their villages and homes in 1948, many left with little more than the clothes on their back. Food was left on the stove. Crops were left unharvested. But the land emptied of its inhabitants was soon occupied by new residents.
From 1948 to 1953, almost all new Jewish settlements were established on refugees’ property. The myth of making the desert bloom is belied by the facts: in mid-1949, two-thirds of all land sowed with grain in Israel was Palestinian land. In 1951, “abandoned” land accounted for nearly 95 per cent of all Israel’s olive groves and almost 10,000 acres of vineyards.
During these early years, many Palestinian refugees attempted to return to their lands. By 1956, as many as 5,000 so-called “infiltrators” had been killed by Israeli armed forces, the vast majority of them looking to return home, recover possessions, or search for loved ones. Palestinian women and children who crossed the frontier to gather crops were murdered.
The Nakba in 1948 was the settler colonial conquest of land and the displacement of its owners, a dual act of erasure and appropriation. Citing “reasons of state”, Israel’s first premier David Ben-Gurion appointed a Negev Names Committee to remove Arabic names from the map. By 1951, the Jewish National Fund’s “Naming Committee” had “assigned 200 new names”.
But it did not stop with dynamite and new maps. The Zionist colonisation of Palestine has also included culture, notably cuisine. This is the context for the so-called “hummus wars”: it is not about petty claims and counterclaims, rather, the story is one of colonial, cultural appropriation and resistance to those attempts.
In the decades since the establishment of the State of Israel on the ruins and ethnically cleansed lands of Palestine, various elements of the indigenous cuisine have been targeted for appropriation: falafel, knafeh, sahlab and, of course, hummus.
Though these dishes are common to a number of communities across the Mediterranean and Middle East, Israel claims them as its own: falafel is the “national snack”, while hummus, according to Israeli food writer Janna Gur, is “a religion”.
In a 2002 article on recipes, the Israeli embassy in Washington acknowledged that “Israel lacks a long-standing culinary heritage”, adding that “only a few years ago, Israelis even doubted the existence of their own authentic cuisine”.
Such an admission is hard to find these days, as appropriation has become propaganda.
Now we have “International Hummus Day”, launched by an Israeli, Ben Lang, who is explicit about the propaganda value of his project: “The idea was to connect people around hummus and get more people talking about it and hopefully get people to see the good things that are happening in Israel.”
“I just wanted to make sure that people saw that the initiative started in Israel.”
As everything from food to the keffiyeh is used to “rebrand” the state that colonised Palestine in the first place, Palestinians and their supporters have fought back.
When an Israeli choreographer included the dabke traditional dance in his company’s repertoire in 2013, a New York-based dabke troupe responded with a thoughtful critique that noted how, by “appropriating dabke, and labelling it Israeli”, the “power imbalance” is only furthered.
They added: “This makes us feel taken advantage of. Exploited. Commodified.”
In December 2014, after a campaign by Palestinian students and their allies, the student assembly at Wesleyan University in Connecticut agreed to remove Sabra hummus from campus dining facilities. The product symbolises Israeli appropriation and ongoing brutality; its parent company, the Strauss Group, donates to the Israeli military.
Accusations of cultural appropriation can produce some misleading responses. It’s not about who is “allowed” to eat what, or even about an objection to the natural cross-pollination that occurs in culture through language, cuisine and more.
That is not the point. It is about the claim of ownership in a context of historic and ongoing violent erasure and displacement.
It is about efforts to create an artificial history that justifies the establishment and continued existence of a settler colonial state.
Even a mainstream Israeli food writer like Gil Hovav has pointed to this reality. “Food is about memory and identity,” he told the Israeli media last year. “Claiming ownership over a food is a way to assert a nation’s narrative. Israeli Jews have made hummus their own.”
Cuisine is where efforts to both deny the existence of Palestine and appropriate its land and heritage meet. It is both an act of theft itself, and a way of justifying that theft.
Ben White is a journalist and the author of Israeli Apartheid: A Beginner’s Guide
On Twitter: @benabya
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