Rabbi Calls for Poisoning of Palestinian Water Supply

The foreign ministry of the Palestinian Authority (PA), Sunday, demanded the arrest of a Jewish Rabbi, who called on Israeli settlers to poison water used by Palestinians in hundreds of towns and villages across the occupied West Bank. The Palestinian national office for the defense of land and resistance of settlements warned of the dangers …

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Nakba History and the Origins of the Jewish State : the Role of the Balfour Declaration

The Balfour Declaration, issued on November 2, 1917, committed Britain to set up Palestine — then part of the Ottoman Empire — as a Jewish homeland; it was an extraordinary letter from the Government of Britain to a member of the banking house of Rothschild. As Arthur Koestler noted, ” One nation solemnly promised to …

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The Satanic Cult That Rules the World

"Either convert to Islam or die." This was the choice the Turkish Sultan put to Sabbatai Zevi, self-proclaimed Jewish "Messiah" in 1666. By only pretending to convert, Zevi resorted to a common Jewish practice. But Zevi was not an ordinary Jew. He led a popular heresy, based on Cabalism. The rabbis had denounced him and his followers. After his "conversion," over …

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The assassination of Alexander II, March 1, 1881

The Death Struggle Between Jewish Terror & the Czar

Zionism and Russia by Valuldas Anelauskas In Russian revolutionary history, the eventful years of 1879-81 inaugurated what is generally known as the decade of Narodnaya Volya. While Chernyj Peredel was fighting for its survival, Narodnaya Volya [People's Will] initiated a string of terrorist operations which culminated in the assassination of Alexander II in 1881. When the …

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German Fuhrer Adolf Hitler and Grand Mufti of Jerusalem Mohammad Amin Al-Husseini meet in Berlin, 30 November 1941 © HO / AFP

‘Wish You Well Against Jewish Invaders’: Himmler’s Letter to Palestinian Arab Leader Discovered

An old telegram uncovered by the National Library of Israel shows a letter from Nazi SS chief Heinrich Himmler to Palestinian Grand Mufti Amin al-Husseini, voicing his support for “freedom-seeking Arabs” against “world Jewry.” The telegram, dating back to autumn 1943, appears to show how in their hatred for Jews, Nazis in Europe have been …

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