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Weaponized Zionism : The Palestinian Genocide, A History Of Zionist Terrorism

By Prager, Jeffrey, J

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Title: Weaponized Zionism : The Palestinian Genocide, A History Of Zionist Terrorism  
Author: Prager, Jeffrey, J
Language: English
Subject: Non Fiction, Religion, Zionist Ideology Versus Jewish Religion
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Publisher: Self-published
Member Page: Jeff Prager


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Abstract: 210 New York Times archived newspaper articles published between 1868 and 1948 and reproduced here that use the terms "Jewish terrorism" and "Zionist terrorism." There are 1000s of articles so the most critically important pieces are include here. This is an unbiased and honest account of the worlds first terrorists. When Menachim Begin was asked if he was the most famous terrorist in the Middle East he replied, "No, in the entire world." This is a sourced and referenced quote from the eBook. If you think you know what happened between 1945 and 1948 in Palestine, you're very likely wrong.

The history of the birth of the Israeli state using reproduced archived newspaper articles dated between 1868 and 1948 focusing primarily on 1930 through 1948.

STONETHROWING INPALESTINE As you can tell from the article above, in Palestine in the early 1900s Zionist Jews employed throwing stones, for the same reasons that the Palestinians throw stones and rocks today. It’s all they have. The Zionists were, most of them, unarmed and the Palestinians today, the vast majority of them, are also unarmed. However Israel has one of the largest, most well equipped military’s in the world and they’re a nuclear armed state and a wealthy country whereas over 80% of Palestinians live under the global poverty level because Israel enforces a slurry of laws that make employment impossible. It’s not just that Palestinians can’t access PayPal, they can’t access anything. Even leaving the country for a life-saving surgical procedure not available in Palestine, or to attend an Ivy League college on a full scholarship, or just to leave the country to go anywhere, anywhere else, is most often impossible for the people of Gaza and Palestine.

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