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Benjamin Netanyahu Defended Adolf Hitler And Blamed Palestinians For The Holocaust

Posted in Benjamin Netanyahu, Holocaust, Palestinians with tags , , , , , , on October 21, 2015 by sheriffali

Benjamin Netanyahu has gone out of his way to be the personification of everything that could possibly be wrong about Israel. His relentless pursuit of human rights violations against the Palestinians have created nothing short of an apartheid state. His hatred for Muslims in general has him seeing nuclear attacks from non-nuclear states in his sleep.


Some would say that Netanyahu is right to be wary of the mostly-Muslim nations surrounding his country. Islamic extremists have called for the complete destruction of Israel on more than one occasion. Over the years, Israel has dealt with heinous acts of terrorism.


That doesn’t excuse Netanyahu’s treatment of peaceful Palestinians, nor does it excuse his own extremism. In his latest attempt to demonize an entire religion, He actually came to what many are calling the defense of Adolf Hitler. In a speech to the World Zionist Congress, Netanyahu placed the blame for the Holocaust squarely on the shoulders of Palestine:



“Hitler didn’t want to exterminate the Jews at the time, he wanted to expel the Jew. And Haj Amin al-Husseini went to Hitler and said, ‘If you expel them, they’ll all come here (to Palestine).’ According to Netanyahu, Hitler then asked: “What should I do with them?” and the mufti replied: “Burn them.”


The claim Netanyahu makes has been rejected by most scholars. There is no evidence that the Grand Mufti, appointed at the time by the Prime Minister of England, said any such thing. The fact that the Prime Minister of Israel could possibly have any kind of feelings of remorse for the raw deal Hitler supposedly got in history is absolutely disgusting.


Maybe next he can thank Hitler for killing six million people. Without the Holocaust, there probably would be no Israel.


Netanyahu’s remarks are beyond cruel to his own people; beyond disrespectful to the millions of descendants of Holocaust survivors and beyond reprehensible to the memories of millions killed by a monster. How desperate he must be to win the disfavor of Palestine.


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The ungrateful son of a bitch, Benjamin Netanyahu, slapped Obama and Clinton in the face!

Posted in American Tax Payers, Benjamin Netanyahu, Internecine Policies, Israeli Settlements, Palestine, President Obama, Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, Slap in the face, Son of a bitch Netanyahu, United States, War-Monger, West Bank with tags , , , on December 5, 2012 by sheriffali

Benjamin Netanyahu’s personal mind-set is no different than the lunatics – Hamas! Netanyahu has always been a war-monger at the expense of the American Tax Payers. After Obama and Clinton brokered a “cease-fire” between Israel and Hamas, for Benjamin Netanyahu to now once again expand New Settlements in the West Bank, is a direct slap in the face to President Obama, Secretary of State Clinton and the good-hearted American people.


We must always defend Israel when they are right and condemn them when they are wrong! In this case of expanding settlements, Israel’s Netanyahu shows his true colors – “He is a war monger; the same as the people he accuses of being war-mongers!”


Now that the Election is over, President Obama “must” show that he is the man we worked to reelect, by exercising America’s power and influence and stop Benjamin Netanyahu from continuing his phantasmagoric rationales and internecine policies. By Sheriff Ali



By Maureen Dowd – New York Times



Everyone expected Hillary to lower the boom on Bibi Friday night.

The bullying Israeli prime minister is fond of demanding that America set red lines on Iran’s nuclear ambitions. But he blithely stuck a finger in the eye of President Obama and Secretary of State Clinton Friday and went over a red line for successive American administrations: Israel gave the White House only a few hours’ notice that it was defying the U.S. and planning new settlements in the most sensitive territory east of Jerusalem, a move that Washington fears could obliterate any prospect of a two-state solution to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.

“If such a project were to go beyond blueprints,” Jodi Rudoren and Mark Landler wrote in The Times, “it could prevent the creation of a viable, contiguous Palestinian state” by closing off the West Bank from East Jerusalem.


Open the link to read Maureen Dowd’s full article!


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