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Post: # 166112Unread post Gary Oaktree
Tue Jun 26, 2018 10:19 pm

It never ceases to amaze me how Muslim countries feel they are entitled to millions of dollars in aid as if they earned it. All of these countries hate the USA too. It’s great to see Donald Trump consistently doing the right thing.



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Tue Jun 26, 2018 10:34 pm

I just hope it sticks, and someone starts giving them aid again. If the Palestinians have to go out, and get jobs maybe they will appreciate their working neighbors more.

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Wed Jun 27, 2018 2:02 pm

They trash the west... Despise whites and our religion..

But then they expect us to give them aid.


I dont understand it..


I dont understand why some of us feel compelled to help these a-holes..


Let them die..

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Post: # 166121Unread post Blue Frost
Wed Jun 27, 2018 3:33 pm

Most of them do deserve to die, but there is some who do not. Whats a shame is that they are given aid, and in turn hate the west, teach their kids to hate as well.
Hamas, and their religion is a lot to blame, but it comes down to the person who has the choice to hate, or not.
They should not be given aid, they should be condemned, and when they are destitute ask how does all that hate help them.

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Tue Jul 31, 2018 11:26 am

This fraud is exposed. Why don't the liberals care about the Arabs who protest against Hamass and are killed shortly after by Hamass ?


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Tue Aug 28, 2018 2:32 pm

:happy: :stars: :cheer:
It's about time, they should have never got a dime to begin with.
It should be all funding, from everywhere, it's a welfare state of their own making.



Trump Cuts Palestinian Funding
No more unconditional aid to corrupt, terrorism-enabling Palestinian leadership.
August 28, 2018
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The Trump administration will not continue subsidizing the so-called “moderate,” “non-violent” Palestinian Authority (PA) leadership clique in the vain hope that throwing more good money after bad will help bring about real peace or provide genuine help for the Palestinian people. This clique is made up of lying hypocrites, who fund and glorify terrorists while corruptly diverting aid money and donations to their own personal benefit.

Last Friday, a State Department official announced to reporters that it would redirect U.S. financial assistance of more than $200 million originally intended for the Palestinian Authority and projects in the West Bank and Gaza. This cut in bilateral aid is on top of the previously announced cut of nearly $300 million in U.S. financial support for the discredited UN Relief and Works Agency for Palestinian Refugees in the Near East (UNRWA).

The Palestine Liberation Organization (PLO) denounced the Trump administration’s latest funding cut decision. "The rights of the Palestinian people are not for sale," PLO Executive Committee member Hanan Ashrawi said in a statement. "There is no glory in constantly bullying and punishing a people under occupation” through what she characterized as “economic meanness.”

The more than $200 million of intended U.S. financial aid to the Palestinians was originally included in the current 2018 budget year that ends on September 30. The money was to be used to help pay for the promotion of good governance and for support of health and education services. However, these noble-sounding purposes have little to do with the Palestinian leaders’ real agenda for the funds sent their way. The Coalition for Accountability and Integrity chronicled, in its 2017 report on Palestinian corruption, a whole list of examples of corrupt financial practices, including a multimillion dollar vanity project that “is not and never was a priority for Palestinians, given the urgent need to finance vital services such as health and education.” Putting yet more hard-earned American taxpayers’ money into the Palestinian cesspool of corruption will only deepen the cesspool. Even worse, Palestinian government leaders have used some of the money they received to reward Palestinian terrorists and their families. The Palestinians spend approximately $350 million a year for their terrorist slush fund, which goes to provide such 'pay to slay' benefits as a monthly stipend and a pension for life that is triple the average salary in PA areas.

The Middle East Media Research Institute (MEMRI) issued a report last week reviewing how Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas and his leadership clique have been enablers of Palestinian terrorist attacks against Israeli civilians. On July 23, 2018, for example, at a ceremony honoring the imprisoned terrorist suspects and the slain terrorists he referred to as “martyrs,” Abbas said, "We will neither reduce nor withhold the allowances of the families of martyrs, prisoners, and released prisoners, as some want [us to do]; if we had only a single penny left, we would pay it to families of the martyrs and prisoners." With that kind of perverted sense of priorities, not a penny of U.S. taxpayers’ money should end up under the control of Abbas and his cohorts.

Last March, Congress decided that it had enough of Palestinian duplicity and passed the Taylor Force Act as part of a $1.3 trillion budget bill, named for an American stabbed to death by a Palestinian terrorist in 2016. The Palestinian Authority praised the terrorist, killed by the Israeli police following his dastardly attack, as a “heroic martyr.” The terrorist’s family was rewarded with lifelong financial compensation, a practice that the Taylor Force Act is intended to deter by cutting off most U.S. funding to the PA until it stops such payments to Palestinian terrorists and their families.

The United States is not the only country that has decided to stop turning a blind eye to the Palestinians’ “pay-to-slay” scheme. Earlier this summer, Australia decided to withhold financial aid to the Palestinian Authority if it did not discontinue rewarding terrorists and their families. "I am concerned,” said Australian Foreign Minister Julie Bishop, “that in providing funds for this aspect of the PA's operation, there is an opportunity for it to use its own budget to [fund] activities that Australia would never support." Instead of heeding the warning, the Palestinians doubled down. Hanan Ashrawi, the same PLO Executive Committee member who whined about what she called the Trump administration’s “economic meanness,” called Foreign Minister Bishop’s remark "extremely insulting.”

Abbas, Ashrawi and the rest of the Palestinian leadership clique have insulted the good intentions of donors, including American taxpayers, for far too long. These leaders are manipulative scam artists, many of whom are corrupt to the core and who enable terrorism through their financial subsidies to the terrorists and their families. Fortunately, the Trump administration appears to have their number at long last.

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Tue Aug 28, 2018 3:07 pm

:gblush: As a president Donald Trump is very consistent. he consistently does the right thing for America and the world. hamass kills Arabs who protest against Hamass proving they do not have any care about the Arabs in Israel. hamass threatens to join ISIS if they don't get American money given to them that isn't owed to them. Americans should just give them because they want it. I want money too but I am not demanding Americans give me their money ? They burn American flags.

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Wed Aug 29, 2018 4:52 pm

Hamass openly calls for genocide of the Jews so why should these Jewish specialists want to treat them. These so called peaceful protesters goal if they got through the Gaza wall and made it to a town would try to kill these same doctors kids and spouses if they saw them. If the Jews traded places with the Arabs of Gaza they would turn Gaza into a first world paradise like Israel is and the Muslim Arabs would turn Israel into the third world shariah law hell hole.

Israel Denies Hamas Relatives Permission to Leave Gaza for Medical Treatment

by Stephen Lendman (stephenlendman.org – Home – Stephen Lendman)

Washington, NATO and Israel need enemies to justify their indefensible actions. None exist so they’re invented.

For US-dominated NATO, it’s all about wanting sovereign independent nations transformed into vassal states.

For Israel, it’s Hamas, other Palestinian groups resisting illegal occupation, Hezbollah, Iran and Syria – challenging them in pursuit of regional hegemony along with America’s Middle East presence.

Since midi-2007, Gaza has been illegally blockaded for political reasons – unrelated to protecting Israel’s security. Hamas poses no threat. Nor do any regional countries. Claims otherwise are bald-faced lies.

Israel refuses to let Hamas relatives leave Gaza for vital medical treatment in the West Bank, East Jerusalem, Israel or abroad (when unavailable in the Strip) – even if patients have potentially fatal illnesses.

Last week, Israeli Supreme Court Justice Uzi Vogelman said the decision to ban patients from leaving Gaza is “based on assessments” that they pose a security risk.

Since illegal blockade was imposed, an unpunished high crime against humanity, nearly 800 Palestinian patients were denied the right to leave Gaza for urgent treatment unavailable internally.

Hundreds of children, women, the elderly, and others died needlessly for lack of available care they could get outside the Strip if permitted to leave.

According to Physicians for Human Rights Israel (PHRI), a petition by the organization, along with the Gisha, Adalah and Al Mezan human rights groups was heard by Israel’s High Court of Justice (HCJ).

According to PHRI, the “petition argued that the state’s decision not to allow entrance into Israel of female cancer patients (and other patients denied entry on grounds of family ties to a Hamas member) in order to access medical treatment ran counter to ethical values and to the humanitarian obligations of the State of Israel under International Humanitarian Law, and constituted an arbitrary, unreasonable and (dis)proportional decision when viewed under Israeli Law as well.”

The HCJ ruled in favor of petitioners, calling Israel’s actions illegal, disproportional, and contrary to fundamental international humanitarian law principles.

No justification exists for denying Hamas family members essential medical treatment outside Gaza when unavailable internally.

The HCJ also said Gazan patients can’t be used as pawns to pressure or punish Hamas for any reason.

According to PHRI, the petition “was the last recourse in a fight against a cruel policy that affected a particularly vulnerable population – women (and others) facing life-threatening diseases, a policy seemingly meant to further Israeli pressure on Hamas.”

“Our victory at court is first and foremost a victory for those women…men (and children) whose lives depend on Israel issuing entry permits for life-saving treatment, against a backdrop of poverty, closure and a protracted humanitarian crisis.”

Despite PHRI’s optimism over the HCJ ruling, Israel notoriously does what it pleases regardless of judicial decisions against its policies.

Gaza remains illegally blockaded, two million Palestinians virtually imprisoned under concentration camp conditions – enduring protracted humanitarian crisis harshness with nothing in prospect for relief.

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Post: # 167428Unread post Blue Frost
Wed Aug 29, 2018 10:46 pm

I think they should let the kids, and elderly have treatment, the fighting age ones not a chance.
Maybe let them leave for treatment, and not be able to come back, might be a more PR way to do it.

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Thu Aug 30, 2018 4:01 pm

Nothing will make the muslims happy. If we let them kill all Christians, jews, Hindu's, Buddhists, atheists etc..... and gave them all the lands on earth they still wouldn't be happy. Not only would they turn the entire world into a third world hellhole they would still be miserable.I don't see too many muslims smiling. They can't look honestly at the roots of their misery. Again this article appears to only consider the muslim arabs. What about the thirty percent of Arabs in Israel who are Christian or the approximately 130,000 Arabs who are Druze ? Both of these groups will not get a fair shake by a Muslim controlled country as they do in Israel. Why aren't their wishes considered by the liberals or Muslims ? I hope some liberals and Muslims read this post and learn some history that they must not know. :thumbsup:

Mr. President: The Palestinians Already Got 'Their Turn'

President Donald Trump said this week that following the move of the U.S. embassy to Jerusalem, now the Palestinian Arabs "will get something very good because it's their turn next."

Somebody ought to explain to the president that the Palestinians have already had "their turn"--again and again and again.

They got their turn in 1921, when the British separated the eastern 78 percent of Palestine, declared it off-limits to Jews and established the Palestinian Arab state of "Trans-Jordan," whose name was later changed to "Jordan."

They got their turn in 1937, when the British government's Peel Commission proposed to give the Arabs a second Palestinian state, comprising most of western Palestine, with a tiny Jewish state alongside it.

They got another turn in 1938, when another British government body, the Woodhead Commission, proposed to give the Arabs an even larger part--and the Jews an even smaller part--of western Palestine.

They got yet another turn in 1939, when the British White Paper blocked off almost all Jewish immigration, precisely at the moment that the Jews in Europe were trying to flee from Hitler. All the British asked in return was that the Palestinian Arabs support the Allies, not the Nazis, in World War II. The Arabs supported the Nazis anyway.

Yet more turns were coming for the ever-coddled Arabs of Palestine.

In 1947, the United Nations proposed to turn half of western Palestine into an Arab state, leaving the Jews a truncated, indefensible state consisting of three easily dissected sections. The Palestinian Arabs said no to that, too.

As the Palestinian Arabs and their Arab neighbors waged jihad against the newborn state of Israel in 1948, the West decided that the Palestinian Arabs deserved another "turn." British officers helped command the Arab forces in the war, while the Truman administration declared an embargo against sending any weapons to Israel.

In more recent times, the turns have kept on coming for the Palestinians.

In 1993, Israel agreed to the Oslo Accords--withdrawing from the areas where 98 percent of the Palestinians reside, creating the de facto state known as the Palestinian Authority, freeing thousands of imprisoned Palestinian terrorists and giving tens of thousands of weapons to the de facto army known as the Palestinian security forces.

How did the Palestinians respond? By waging an intifada against Israel, slaughtering hundreds of Jews in suicide bombings and trying to smuggle in 50 tons of weapons on the SS Karine A.

Despite all that, the Palestinians got even more turns.

Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Barak gave them a turn in 2000, reportedly offering to create a Palestinian state in nearly all of Judea-Samaria. The Palestinians said no. Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon gave them a turn in 2005, withdrawing from Gaza and permitting them to create a state there.

They responded by firing thousands of rockets. Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Olmert gave them a turn in 2008, reportedly offering the Palestinians even more than Barak did. They still said no.

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu gave them yet more turns. He froze settlement construction for 10 months. He freed hundreds of additional terrorists. He offered them a demilitarized state.

Despite all that, the Palestinian Authority still won't fulfill its obligations in the Oslo Accords, such as disarming, outlawing and extraditing terrorists, or ending incitement. In fact, the P.A. won't even negotiate with Israel.

Mr. President, you have it all wrong. The Palestinians don't deserve to "get something very good" from Israel. They've already received plenty. They've already had their "turn"--again and again and again.

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Tue Sep 04, 2018 4:14 pm

Here is aninteresting quote that exposes a Muslim lie. Muslims only came to Israel after the Jews turned Israel into a nice place.

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Tue Sep 04, 2018 4:35 pm

Soon as the Arabs found out they where coming in by the thousands, and many where there doing their migrant work from other countries.
A lot of the land was owned by a few people, they had workers come in to do the work.
The the Jews bought a lot of land from them, and made it workable.

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Mon Sep 10, 2018 4:47 pm

God wasn't amused and God doesn't like ala.



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Post: # 167746Unread post Blue Frost
Mon Sep 10, 2018 6:29 pm

I believe that's Pakistan Palestinians :teehe:

No God didn't like the idol of Allah, he sent people to kill his followers more than once because they killed babies by tossing them into the fires at his alter.

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Mon Sep 10, 2018 6:55 pm

I am aware but they are calling for genocide of the Jews. These Muslims are more racist than the nazis ever were. This video shows Gods power and shows that God is on the side of the Jews.

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Mon Sep 10, 2018 7:28 pm

I think it shows what nasty apes they are, and Karma bit them at the right time.
Just nasty people that feel the the same for these liberals that love to buddy up to them when those same people want them dead.

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Thu Sep 27, 2018 3:50 pm

As I keep asking why are the liberals only concerned with the muslim jihadi Arabs in Israel whose goal is genocide of Jews and Christians and the hopes of the 50 % of Arabs of Israel who enjoy and like Jewish rule are of no concern ? The 30% of Arabs of Israel are Christian and another 130,000 are Druze and none of them are against Jewish rule and they never get any mention or are of any concern to the liberals. These muslims trying to get sympathy constantly have no sympathy for the rape and murder victims of muslims so do they really deserving of any empathy ?

The Palestinian Victimhood Narrative No Longer Sells

After decades of accepting the idea that Palestinians deserve American financial assistance without offering anything in return, President Trump has finally said, "Enough." Fed up with their lies and obduracy, he decided the Palestinians are not entitled to US taxpayer dollars to pay terrorists, support phony refugees, and line the pockets of corrupt leaders who enrich themselves, their families, and their cronies.

Cutting aid to UNRWA was long overdue because UNRWA is a poster child for the fraudulence of Palestinian claims. UNRWA has invented five million refugees and created a welfare system to guarantee their perpetual misery.

The refugee problem could have been solved decades ago, as UNRWA originally envisioned, if the leaders in Lebanon, Egypt, Jordan, and Syria gave the Palestinians citizenship, took them out of camps, and allowed them to assimilate into their societies, where they already shared a common language, religion, and culture.

And how can anyone justify the fact that Palestinian leaders keep their people confined to camps. After Israel evacuated Gaza, the Palestinians said that they would build housing for refugees on the rubble of the settlements, and received billions of dollars for the project. I don't think a single house was built for a single refugee.

Where did the money go?

To Hamas, for building rockets and tunnels, and taking care of themselves at the expense of the people. Perhaps one day the refugees will grow tired of uselessly railing against Israel, and protest their jailors from Fatah and Hamas.

The Palestinians' enablers immediately predicted the loss of US funding would create a humanitarian catastrophe in the territories. But where are the other 190 countries in the world that could fill the gap? Most of these countries declare their fealty to the Palestinian cause and vote for every UN resolution that feeds Palestinian fantasies.

Of course, casting a vote is easy, because it costs them nothing. If they really cared, do you really believe a coalition of states, or the EU alone, could not replace the few hundred million dollars the United States was providing? The Arab oil producers could fund the Palestinian Authority's annual budget out of a week's oil revenues.

What if all the groups and individuals promoting the antisemitic boycott of Israel gave money to help the Palestinians rather than spending their money on convincing artists not to perform in Israel, pushing propaganda on college campuses, or interfering with employment opportunities for Palestinians who want to work for Israelis? I'm sure Roger Waters, Viggo Mortensen, Penelope Cruz, and the other thousand or so celebrity BDS advocates could come up with enough money to take care of the people they claim to care for so much.

Come to think of it, why haven't the Palestinians, who love to copy the pro-Israel community's ideas, sold Palestine Bonds. Israel raises more than $1 billion from donors in the US alone. Surely all the supporters of JVP and SJP, CAIR, and the other groups professing concern for the Palestinians would rush to their brokers to buy Palestine Bonds.

But the PA has no money to repay the bondholders. Maybe if tens of millions of dollars were not going to pay terrorists in Israeli jails and the families of martyrs they could have a bond campaign. But, if they did raise money from bonds, would the corrupt Palestinian leaders just embezzle it and continue to pay the terrorists?

People complaining about Trump have forgotten that the Palestinians conceded nothing to Obama. To the contrary, the Palestinians grew more obstinate in reaction to Obama's sympathy for their cause. Mahmoud Abbas, who had been negotiating with Ehud Olmert before Obama took office, refused to negotiate with Benjamin Netanyahu for his entire term.

Obama followed the tired, cliched playbook that produced 70 years of failure in US diplomacy. Trump's team is blowing up the entire Arabist approach. Unlike their predecessors, they understand the Palestinians' negotiating strategy has been to secure Israeli compromises without making any of their own. They would then use the last Israeli position as the starting point for new talks, aimed at drawing further concessions from their interlocutors.

According to The New Yorker's Adam Entous, Jared Kushner, Jason Greenblatt, and David Friedman compare the Palestinians' decision to reject Israel's previous offers to missing out on a chance to buy Google stock 20 years ago. Now it's too late to get the old price, and they must pay a lot more in return.

Equally important, Trump has smashed the sacred cows of the peace process -- Jerusalem and refugees. The Arabists believed that Israel needed to re-divide Jerusalem and predicted an apocalypse when Trump decided to take Jerusalem off the table by recognizing it as Israel's capital. Once again, they were wrong. Trump's move was critical to disabusing the Palestinians of their fantasies of solely claiming Jerusalem as their capital city.

The Arabists bought into the Palestinian narrative about five million refugees expelled in the Nakba, and expected Israel to accept at least a limited "right of return," knowing that this was suicide for Israel as a Jewish state. Trump, however, refuses to accept the UNRWA definition of refugees and the administration is calculating a realistic figure for the actual number of refugees -- probably more like 150-200,000 -- that would be near the 100,000 number that Israel has long offered to accept on a humanitarian basis.

Israel will be expected to make concessions, including perhaps evacuating some settlements, but these will likely be consistent with past Israeli offers.

With the exception of the fanatics in Tehran who care about the Palestinians only to the extent that they can be used to advance Iranian interests and threaten Israel, most Arab and Muslim leaders have grown tired of the Palestinian issue. Arab leaders were said to fear the "Arab street" rising up against them if they dared abandon the Palestinian cause. It was always a myth. When the street did not react after the US recognized Jerusalem and moved its embassy, the lack of concern for the Palestinians became clearer than ever.

Trump's peace plan is unlikely to succeed, but this has nothing to do with the elements of the plan and everything to do with Palestinian irredentism. From an ideological, Islamic, psychological, and political standpoint, the Palestinians have no desire for peace with Israel.

Ideologically, the Palestinians are led by the old guard that has never been psychologically capable of abandoning the idea of liberating all of "Palestine," which means they are no more willing to give up Haifa than they are Jerusalem. From the Islamic standpoint, it is inconceivable that what the Palestinians consider Muslim land should be ruled by Jews or that dhimmis can rule over Muslims.

Psychologically, the Palestinians feel aggrieved, consider the establishment of Israel the "original sin," and need to feel their grievances (such as acknowledging the "right of return") are addressed. Politically, surveys indicate the Palestinian public has little interest in peace without Israeli capitulation -- and even if they felt differently, they have no say under their dictatorial leaders.

The Palestinians deserve better, but, as The Wall Street Journal editorialized, "If the Palestinians want to be treated with the respect of a peace partner, they have to first show a desire for peace." And it really has to start with the Palestinian people, who are suffering and discontented with the denial of their civil and human rights by their leaders, but have vented that frustration on Israel.

They will have to redirect their kites and rocks and bombs at the Muqata in Ramallah, and the headquarters of Hamas. They will have to demand control of their future and abandon the ideology, religious fanaticism, and politics of the past, and open themselves to new opportunities.

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Fri Sep 28, 2018 5:50 pm

They just publicly admitted to the obvious that they are putting women and children in the line of fire in effort to deceive unthinking liberals in the west to believing that the Muslim jihadis are the victims.


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