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    Ilhan Omar joins NY Times in spreading false claim that Jesus was a Palestinian

    Ilhan Omar joins NY Times in spreading false claim that Jesus was a Palestinian

    Part of the incessant campaign to delegitimize Israel by stripping Jews of their history and misappropriating it to Palestinian Arabs.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-kywXardsyY

    Rep. Ilhan Omar (D – Minn.), who has a history of anti-Semitic tweets, retweeted a statement that Jesus was a Palestinian.

    The freshman representative retweeted a criticism of the “Christian right” by Muslim scholar Omar Suleiman, that asked rhetorically, “Don’t they know Jesus was a Palestinian?”

    Omar, by the way, was not alone. An op-ed published in The New York Times last week originally asserted that “Jesus, born in Bethlehem, was most likely a Palestinian man with dark skin.”

    The language was later changed to Jesus “presumably had the complexion of a Middle Eastern man,” and a correction asserted that “an editing error” led to the mistaken language.

    (It would not be the only recent correction of The New York Times for its Middle East coverage. After a couple of tries, the Times apologized for publishing an anti-Semitic cartoon in its international edition.)

    The Jewish Journal reported that Rabbi Abraham Cooper, associate and director of Global Social Action Agenda at the Simon Wiesenthal Center, blasted Omar for the tweet.

    In an email to the Journal, Cooper called the characterization of Jesus as a Palestinian to be “grotesque insult.”

    “Palestine was a name made up by Romans after they crucified thousands, destroyed the Holy Temple in Jerusalem and exiled the People of Israel from their homeland,” Cooper elaborated.

    Jesus, who lived in what was then called Judea (now Israel) at the time, preceded the Muslim conquest of the Middle East by several centuries, so identifying him as a Palestinian makes no historical sense.

    One of the hallmarks of modern anti-Semitism is denying the historical connection between Jews and the land of Israel. Identifying Jesus as a Palestinian is a manifestation of this phenomenon.

    It’s odd that people who deny the Holocaust — roughly a decade of Jewish history — are considered beyond the pale but that people who deny 2,000 of Jewish history are increasingly in the mainstream.

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    BobM | May 1, 2019 at 6:31 pm

    What I find most indicative of the Evil (with a capital “E”) of the current generation of Jew-haters is not their denial and disbelief of recent (80 year) history when it comes to Jews and Israel, but their denial and disbelief of ALL history on the subject. It’s as if the Turks claimed Istanbul had never had a different name, and there had never been a Christian Church in the city. And it’s no coincidence that the Muslims with (granted) control over Muslim construction on the ancient Temple site deny permission for any archeological digs when they can.

    Funny though how every single damn holocost denier, if pressed, will turn out to think that it should have happened.

    Israel should have torn down the Jerusalem Conquest Mosques back when they took back the City in war, and rebuilt their holy sites. Not doing so because “it would provoke Muslims” turns out to be a waste of time, they provoke the Muslims just by not because not Muslim.

    The ny times is a mere organ of the globalist, Jew-hating cabal between the American and Euro swamps, leftists and islamics (they have the rest of us in their sights.)

    Expect nothing but disemination globalist/left/islamic cabal vitriol and lies from the slime of the ny times.

    Speaking of the swamp and slime, where’s Mcconnell these days?


     
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    broomhandle | May 1, 2019 at 6:43 pm

    All public rebuke against Omar should feature the facts that Philistines were extinct long before the Roman empire existed, which was long before Islam existed and that the Philistines were Greeks, not Arabs. Use her 15 minutes of fame to evacuate all of the air from the great lie that is “Palestine.”


     
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    4fun | May 1, 2019 at 8:24 pm

    Wonder if she’d laugh if everyone posted videos like this on her twitter page, facebook etc….and used laughing emoji’s.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=C-Gpsee2GcQ
    Americans and Russians against Somali pirates 2018


     
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    InEssence | May 1, 2019 at 9:45 pm

    While there has long been a Palestine, Palestinians are Jordanians that the KGB started calling “Palestinians” to make them look like an underdog compared to Israel. So anyone who uses the term “Palestinian” is marching to the KGB dictates.


       
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      Milhouse in reply to InEssence. | May 2, 2019 at 12:34 am

      The West did the same thing with “Bosnians” and “Kosovars”.


         
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        Arminius in reply to Milhouse. | May 2, 2019 at 6:10 pm

        We did what? And since when are Bosnia and Kosovo not part of the west? They are both just a short boat ride across the Adriatic from Italy.


           
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          Milhouse in reply to Arminius. | May 3, 2019 at 1:43 am

          Yes, the west did exactly that. In order to make the Serbs look bad, they turned the Moslem residents of Bosnia into “Bosnians”, and the Albanian residents of Kosovo into “Kosovars”, so that people would subconsciously or even consciously become convinced that they are the indigenous people of Bosnia and Kosovo respectively, bravely battling outside aggression from Serbs who have no business in those countries. In other words exactly the same as “Palestinians”, whose only function is to make people think they are the indigenous population of “Palestine”, fighting “Israelis” who are from “Israel” and not from “Palestine”.


       
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      Joe-dallas in reply to InEssence. | May 2, 2019 at 8:14 am

      In the mid 1800’s, the area was only moderately/sparsely populated. As the zionist movement began circa 1880/1890, through 1920’s, there was a large migration of jordanians into the area due to the increased economic opportunities which were due to the more industrious new jewish imigrants.


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