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The world wants to believe that Palestinians are victims while the Jewish State can and should be bullied

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West Bank Palestinians uprooted 50 trees planted in the memory of Ori Ansbacher, who was brutally murdered in Jerusalem by a terrorist. (Photo: Ynetnews.com)

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Two tragedies occurred today (Feb. 3 rd ). 

Tragedy #1 is that Israel sent 5,000 COVID-19 virus vaccines to the Palestinian areas to placate world leaders screaming about the unfairness of Israel, which purchased the vaccine with their own funds for its Arab and Jewish citizens, for not gifting the Palestinian people with the vaccine.

Well, they didn’t actually put it that way…Rep. Rashida Tlaib of Detroit, Michigan called Israel ‘racist’ for not offering COVID-19 vaccines in Palestinian territories, despite the fact that the West Bank is under the control of the Palestinian Authority and the Gaza Strip is run by the terrorist organization Hamas.

What is more interesting to note is that the PA specifically said that they did not want or need Israel’s assistance in obtaining the vaccine because, with help from the international community, they made their own arrangements to procure nearly four million Russian-made vaccines against COVID-19 (which, incidentally, Russia reneged on).

In fact, a PA spokesperson recently stated that “We are not a department in the Israeli Defense Ministry”, explaining that they have their own government and Ministry of Health and that PA Prime Minister Mohammed Shtayyeh has his own sources to obtain the vaccine from other countries.

Tragedy #2 is that the Palestinian Authority announced that it intends to plant 35,000 olive trees to honor ‘martyrs’ who have died since 1917.

Their definition of a martyr is a person who died while committing acts of terror against Israel or in the name of Islam, including suicide bombers and mass murderers.

The project is entitled “Alive and Provided For”. They state that “every day we will grow a martyr”. Their goal is to “not only plant saplings, but also that they are visible to our children, our students, our young men and women” said the Council’s Director-General of Youth Affairs, Mohammed Sbeihat.

Have you ever noticed the similarity of the word “martyr” and “murderer”?

Does this mean that the PAs goal is to raise a generation of “murderers” such as Arafat Irfaiya, who pleaded guilty to the murder and rape of Israeli teenager, 19-year old Ori Ansbacher who went for a walk in the woodland of Ein Yale on the southern edge of Jerusalem, just outside of the Ein Yael Living Museum where she worked with children? When her neighbours and friends planted trees in her memory, Palestinians uprooted 50 of the trees causing the police to be brought in to deal with the eruption of the ensuing clashes between Ori’s neighbours and friends and the Palestinians.

What’s wrong with this picture? Is it okay, on the one hand, for the PA to plant 35,000 trees to honour murderers, and on the other, to uproot 50 trees planted in memory of a young, innocent, vibrant life violently snuffed out? What must we think of such heartless people?

Mark Vandermaas, a Christian Canadian activist/educator who travelled to Israel in 1978 as a UN peacekeeper, feels it is his duty to speak out for the innocent Arab and Jewish victims of Hamas’s genocidal charter.

He founded Israel Truth Week in 2012 after Jewish students at Western University were intimidated while campus police watched. Mark was interviewed by Corey Margolese on his JTeach.ca podcast “telling it like it is”, providing hard facts and figures we all need to be aware of in order to respond to the propaganda being espoused.

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Anti-Semitism is at an all-time high with great similarities to the early Nazi era. Universities throughout the world are spouting rhetoric about the “occupation” of Arab lands by the Jews. Yet there is, in actual, well-recorded fact, as explained by Vandermaas, no “occupation” because the Jews are owners, not occupiers.

They have a land title deed from the original two-state solution: the 1922 League of Nations Mandate for Palestine unanimously approved by the world community which reads: “Whereas recognition has…been given to the historical connection of the Jewish people with Palestine and to the grounds for reconstituting their national home in that country.” The world community recognized the ancient ties of the Jews to Palestine and their rights to ‘reconstitute’ their national home there.

Article 6 says: “The administration of Palestine…shall encourage…close settlement by Jews on the Land.” That includes Judea and Samaria. There is also a memorandum from the British government in the Mandate for Palestine showing that the land east of the Jordan River which was promised to the Jews for their reconstituted national home but was instead given to appease the Arabs, what is now Jordan. You can download your own copy of the land title deed, the Mandate for Palestine, at IsraelTruthWeek.org.

Jaffa Gate clock tower, built in 1909. Palestinians claim it was stolen by the British to become Big Ben and want it returned.

Why was Clinton, Obama, Kerry and now possibly Biden, who appears to be getting ready to jump on the bandwagon, so determined to push a new two-state solution and refusing to acknowledge the original, creating a false occupation narrative? Because, as per the examples of the two tragedies that occurred today demonstrates, the world wants to believe that the Palestinians are victims and not perpetrators and that the Jewish State can and should be bullied to hand over whatever is rightfully theirs, whether it is their lunch money, vaccines, land and even their lives because, after all, they have too much of anything and everything. 

Today I read that the Palestinian Arabs are demanding Big Ben back, claiming that the British stole the clock built in Khalil.

They claim the British military ordered the clock dismantled and moved first to a new tower across from the municipality of Jerusalem and then transferred to the British Museum in London, to become the famous British icon, ‘Big Ben’.

Why shouldn’t the world believe this outrageous accusation? After all, they believe all the other outrageous distortions regarding Israel and the Jews.

Lest we forget, remember the German Lutheran pastor, Martin Niemoller who wrote: “First they came for the socialists and I did not speak out because I was not a socialist  …then they came for the Jews and I did not speak out because I was not a Jew …Then they came for me and there was no one left to speak for me.”

Arlene Berlin Margolese spent most of her adult life working and volunteering in the Jewish community. Before retiring she was Manager of Faith & Cultural Services as well as Volunteer Services for 26 years at Reena, a Jewish agency in Toronto supporting people with developmental disabilities. A mother of four and grandmother of nine, she and her husband recently made aliyah and are proud to be living in Nahariya, Israel

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