"If it would have been a question of Jews there would have been no argument, but the Kurds are not Jews." Former MK Reuven RivlinRead more . . .
REPORT NO. 138 ISRAEL SHAHAK, 22 APRIL 1994 The Influence of Xenophobic Ideologies on the Israeli Jews In report 136 I quoted at length an outstanding Israeli social scientist, Baruch Kimmerling ("Haaretz", 21 January, 1994) discussing potentialities of a civil … Read more . . .
Last update – 10:55 08/01/2006 Conference to be held on achieving Jewish majority in Acre By Jack Khoury, Haaretz Correspondent A conference on finding ways to achieve a permanent Jewish majority in Acre is to be held on Sunday in the northern … Read more . . .
http://www.ynetnews.com/Ext/Comp/ArticleLayout/CdaArticlePrintPreview/1,2506,L-3191008,00.html Report: Israel building Arab ghettos Arab Association for Human Rights reveals that increasing number of fences and ramparts built to separate Arabs from Jews in Israel Roee NahmiasYnet news.com 27 Dec. 2005 A trend of building separation fences to … Read more . . .
The following is an excerpt from an article, written by world-renown British historian, Arnold Toynbee, one of the most famous and respected historians-philosophers of the 20th century. He is the author of "A Study of History", a prestigious work of … Read more . . .
The unbearable hardness of becoming a Jew By Amiram BarkatHaaretz Fri., November 18, 2005 Cheshvan 16, 5766 Earlier this week, Svetlana Kostin and Yulia Leibrov appeared before the special conversion court in Petah Tikva. After more than a year’s preparation, … Read more . . .
Merry Christmas from JNF Jerusalem Post, 29 December 1990 The Jewish National Fund (JNF) last week distributed Christmas trees to members of the country’s various Christian communities. More than 3,000 trees were handed out in Jerusalem, and over 7,000 in … Read more . . .
Israel might expel Soviet Christians International Herald Tribune, 6-7 January 1990 Haifa, Israel (AP) – Officials may revoke the citizenship granted to 19 members of a Soviet family after it was found that they belonged to a Christian sect. … Read more . . .
In the following article, Jewish and Zionist officials contrive not to have known that the WZO has supported illegal settlements in the occupied territories. This is belied by news published previously in Israel.
In the Jerusalem Post of 8 August 1992 (byline Betsheva Tsur), the Post reports under the heading "WZO Congress backs Rabin’s settlement policies":
"The World Zionist Organization will refocus its settlement activities to reflect the policies of the Rabin government, WZO officials said Friday, after the 32th Zionist Congress passed a resolution to direct the WZO’s settlement budget to sparsely populated areas important for the nation’s security. WZO officials said that the organization will shift its work almost exclusively to the Golan Heights and the Jordan Valley."
[…] The opening ceremony was attended by President Chaim Herzog, Prime Minister Yitzhak Rabin and other cabinet ministers, Mayor Teddy Kollek and numerous ambassadors, along with more than 700 delegates and Jewish leaders…Former Australian premier Bob Hawke…was guest of honor."Read more . . .
The Zionist Congress hereby resolves:
4. To establish, where necessary in every country, working groups which will work with members of the legislature to bring about legislation that will outlaw anti-Semitism and anti-Zionism and Holocaust denial;
5. To form groups of jurists whose role would be to lodge complaints and initiate prosecution against political, media, or other bodies which disseminate anti-Semitic and anti-Zionist hatred;
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Settlement as Zionist Fulfillment 34th Zionist Congress Resolutions 18. Encouraging Settlement 19. The Roles of the World Zionist Organization and the Jewish Agency in Settlement Activity 20. Aliyah Groups for Settlement 21. Agricultural Settlement 22. Recognition of Keren Kayemet Le”Israel … Read more . . .
Klal Yisrael, Jewish Unity, and the Centrality of the State of Israel 34th Zionist Congress Resolutions 47. Rewriting the Jerusalem Programme 48. Establishing an Operative Zionist Program Relevant to the Present Time 49. Strengthening Identification with the State of Israel … Read more . . .
The Conversion Crisis 1995 – Present Non-Orthodox Conversions in Israel: — The Goldstein Case The Conversion Bill The Ne’eman Committee The ‘Technical’ Proposal Non-Orthodox Conversions in Israel: — The Goldstein Case: The precursor to today’s “conversion crisis” was a … Read more . . .
The good side of right-wing secular zionists is their candid acknowledgement of historical facts and the real nature of zionism. Here is a good and interesting example, taken from an interview with Israeli architect Saadia Mandel in Ha’aretz. (E.D.)
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November 29, 2002 24 Kislev, 5763 Jerusalem Invitation To Press Conference On Jewish Demographic Emergency Deputy Prime Minister Sharansky, Jewish Agency Chairman Sallai Meridor Ambassador Dennis Ross and Prof. Sergio DellaPergola will speak. You are invited to attend a … Read more . . .
November 20, 2002 15 Kislev, 5763 Jerusalem Director General of the Prime Ministers Office: " World Wide Jewry is a Strategic Asset for the State of Israel and Strengthening its Security Director General of the Prime Ministers Office, Avigdor … Read more . . .
October 27, 2002 21 Cheshvan, 5763 Jerusalem The New Challnge: The Jewish Agency – Government of Israel and World Jewry Initiative to Create A Zionist Majority in The Negev and Galilee Jewish Agency Treasurer Shai Hermesh will present … Read more . . .
Israel’s Apartheid Must End By KEVIN JAMES New York Daily News, Dec 10 2000 The latest peace proposal of Ehud Barak, who resigns today as Israel’s prime minister, demonstrates a tragic failure to grasp the deeper undercurrents of the present … Read more . . .
How UN members agree to vote in bad faith: The case of ‘zionism equal racism’ A short note by Elias Davidsson 1. Sept. 2001 A number of UN member States supported in 1975 General Assembly resolution 3379 determining that “Zionism … Read more . . .