posted on Mar, 17 2015 @ 07:50 AM
a reply to: DeadSeraph
That's ridiculous. Just because someone's against Israel's hardcore right-wing, settlers, and/or Zionism doesn't make them "anti-Semites". Semites are
supposedly the descendants of Noah's son Sem/Shem, which makes many groups "Semites", including Syriacs & Arabs (which includes Palestinians &
Bedouins). So what does that have to do with being for or against Israel's Likud party? You shouldn't recklessly throw around words like "anti-Semite"
every time you don't agree with someone or the words will lose their meanings and impact.
And last, I am against Zionism but I'm not against Judaism or the Tribe of Judah. I just don't agree with Zionism. Zionism is a theory that was
started in the 1800s, & non-Jews were by far the largest population of Palestine since the early 600s AD. You know, when the Tribe of Judah joined
w/the Sassanids to kick out the Byzantines; then ruled Judea/Palestine for a few years; then got kicked out between 624-630AD; then the leadership
completely abandoned Jerusalem until the 1800s.
So yeah, I think Israel should share the land w/the Palestinians they displaced & should compensate the hundreds of thousands they forced out during
the Nakba. Then I think everyone should live together happily, and I would love to see the day where people from all around the world could visit all
major areas of the Levant, as tourists or pilgrims.
edit on 17-3-2015 by enlightenedservant because: grammar. grrr....