Juutalaisuuden alkuperä

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Liittynyt3.9.2015

Kathmandou tiger multinick-kumppaneineen voi jatkaa keskustelua juutalaisuuden etinestä alkuperästä täällä, sen sijaan että tuhoavat aiheen jonka otsikkona on "juutalaisten menestys", josta keskusteleminen olisi mielenkiintoista, mutta mahdotonta KathmandouTigerin ja muiden multinickien "sivuunvetämisestä" eli vivutuksesta johtuen.

Eli, ovatko ne juutalaiset nyt veljiä arabien kanssa vaiko eivät? Käsittääkseni ovat samaa sukujuurta.

EDIT: tässä vielä viimeinen etnisyyteen liittyvä viesti toisesta aiheesta, josta voi jatkaa:

KathmandouTiger
B/cr: Jenkkikulttuurin omaksunut ateistijuutalainen on tämän ideasi mukaan juutalaisten vihollinen.

Onko hän islamisti, vai mitä tarkoitat?



B/cr: Jos kerran on omaksunut toisen kulttuurin ja hylännyt uskontonsa, ainakin silloin on omien sanojesi mukaan maanpetturi ja palestiinan kansan tapaan sitten "juutalaisten vihollinen".

Ovatko jenkit siis aikoinaan valloittaneet juutalaisten maat Palestiinassa ja alistaneet heidät dhimmeiksi? Kuuluuko jenkkikulttuuriin juutalaisten vihaaminen, kuten muslimikulttuuriin kuuluu? Onko jenkeillä jokin Koraania vastaava opus ja Muhammedia vastaava profeetta, joka kiroaa juutalaiset ja käskee alistamaan heidät?

Jos vastaus näihin kysymyksiin on ei, niin miksi jenkkikulttuurin omaksunut ateistijuutalainen olisi mielestäsi juutalaisten vihollinen?




EDIT2: Vittu mitä paskaa! Ei mitään tekemistä alkuperäisen otsikon kanssa. Turhaa jargonia jolla yritetään estää keskustelu siitä, miksi niille, joilla on, annetaan, ja muilta viedään tuhkatkin pesästä. Varkaiden puolustelua´henkeen ja vereen. Paljonko saat palkkaa toimestasi? Tuskin mitään, koska teet sen aivopesun ehdollistamana.

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Tässä asia aika hyvin kiteytetty.

Why do the arabs think israel belongs to them?

They dont think that Israel belongs to them, but they know very well (as the rest of us unbrainwashed individuals) that Palestine (the original name of the land that was mentioned by many historians for more than 2500 years ago while no one mentioned any Israel or Judea) belongs to the Palestinian Arab population that lived in the land for thousands of years (which is genetically and historically a proven fact)

"The position of the Arabs in Palestine is unique, for unlike all the foreign conquerors, they did not hold themselves aloof but, instead, made Muslim converts of the natives, settled down as residents, and intermarried with them, with the result that all now so completely Arabized that we cannot tell where the Canaanites leave off and the Arabs begin"
(Ilene Beatty, Arab and Jew in the Land of Canaan)

Results of a DNA study by Israeli geneticist Ariella Oppenheim appears to match historical accounts that Arab Israelis and Palestinians, together as the one same population, represent modern descendants of a core population that lived in the area since prehistoric times", albeit religiously first Christianized then largely Islamized, and all eventually culturally Arabized.
It should be noted that despite of the many genetic tests, no genetic proof exists for Jewish immigrants who currently occupy Palestine that proves the historical connection to the land of Palestine that they always claimed.

Zionists claim that Palestinian people do not exist or they are simply part of the Arab world with no distinct identity. The Zionist slogan, first coined by Israel Zangwil, a founder of Zionism, that Palestine was a "land without people, waiting for a people without land" captured this denial of the Palestinian people.

Palestine's geographical location, its physical characteristics , and, its history, distinguish it from surrounding regions. It would, therefore, be surprising if its inhabitants had not responded in their own distinct way to their particular circumstances and developed into a people distinguishable from, but not without close affinities with, their neighbours.

The pro-Zionist British historian Christopher Sykes said: "This was indeed the whole problem of Palestine: it was inhabited".

Ahad Ha’Am, a leading Eastern European Jewish essayist, visited Palestine in 1891 for three months. He wrote:
“We abroad are used to believe the Eretz Yisrael is now almost totally desolate, a desert that is not sowed .....But in truth that is not the case. Throughout the country it is difficult to find fields that are not sowed.”

Palestine has been continuously inhabited since the dawn of history. From Ottoman sources it can be estimated that, by 1850 more than half a million people lived in Palestine. Of this Palestinian population 80% were Muslims, 10% Christian, and only 7% Jewish. Ottoman census was not always accurate and it excluded many Muslims who were not registered in the government escaping the military duty which was imposed on Muslims by Ottoman government in the Arab world.

Land ownership, also proves that the land has always been Palestinian. In 1910, Palestinian poet Muhammad Isaf Alnashashibi, warned his people from selling their lands to rich Jewish immigrants:
"Awake, It is your homeland. Do not let it be sold to strangers"
(Palestine and the New Colonization - Khalid A. Suleiman)

Palestinians did not sell their lands to strangers, by 1947 Jews owned only 6,59% of the land while Palestinians owned and operated 93% of total lands.

In 1930a comprehensive study of Palestine's agricultural potential was undertaken by Sir John Hope Simpson. Simpson reported that: "It has emerged quite definitely that there is at the present time and with present methods of Arab cultivation no margin of land available for agricultural settlements by new immigrants".

By the end of the British Mandate the total land area under cultivation by Palestinian farmers (excluding citrus) was 5,484,700 dunams, while the area cultivated by Jewish illegal immigrants was 425,450 dunams only.

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