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JUDAISM FROM THE TALMUD

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posted on Mar, 23 2013 @ 01:41 PM
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But the Palestinians are firing missiles at the Israelis. Doesn't that make them the aggressors?


no it doesn't the israelis came to palistine formed a military and pushed them off of there land and out of their homes. how does that make palistine the aggressors. israel started this whole thing


And the Jews' ancestors were there before the Arabs. Besides, many of the people living in the era during the mandate were really Turks and Egyptians. How do you sort out who the "right" people are. The simple fact of the matter is that the first European Jews who settled in the area bought and paid for the land. They legally own it. Period.


the ashkenazi jews are europeans. their ancestors are khazarians they never set a foot on that land. they got that land with the help from the british after whorl war one. and the british had no right to give it to them.
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posted on Mar, 23 2013 @ 03:15 PM
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no it doesn't the israelis came to palistine formed a military and pushed them off of there land and out of their homes. how does that make palistine the aggressors. israel started this whole thing


Wrong. The first Jewish settlers came to that part of the Ottoman Empire and bought their land from the owners. They only began to arm themselves after poor Arabs, who had been renting the land, started rioting and attempted to kill the new settlers.

en.wikipedia.org...


the ashkenazi jews are europeans. their ancestors are khazarians they never set a foot on that land. they got that land with the help from the british after whorl war one. and the british had no right to give it to them.


Who did have the right? The Ottoman Empire transferred control of the area to the British. Why did the Ottomans have control over the area in the first place? Did the Arabs hold a vote and decide they wanted to be Turkish thralls? Are you quite positive that every single European Jew was of Turkic descent? What if some were really Sephardic? Would that change the way you see things? And if the exact location you were born determines whether you have a "right" to live there, the Israelis have been living on the land for over three generations, whereas many of the people calling themselves "Palestinians" not only were not born in Israel, many have never even set foot there. They are now the foreigners trying to chase people off their native land.

The history of the region is complex.I think you need to do some more historical research before you commit yourself to taking sides. Unless, of course, you have already chosen sides based on other considerations.





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