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Wednesday, April 18, 2007
Just after Yom HaSHoah it seems that some people still haven’t learned the lessons of the Holocaust.

Questions for my readers:

1) Which countries have race laws forbidding or restricting Jews from owning or purchasing land or properties?

2) Which countries have confiscated land and property from people only because they were Jewish?

The answers are very straightforward.

The answer to question 1 is: the Arab States and the State of Israel.

The answer to question 2 is: Nazi Germany, the Arab States and the State of Israel.

I always heard that in the Zionist narrative, the State of Israel was supposed to be the answer to these anti-Semitic acts. Yet here we are, just days after Yom HaShoah and Yossi Beilin is calling for the removal of all Jews from Hebron, the heartland of our forefathers.

Yossi Beilin, like Hitler and all the Arab dictators and fascists does not believe that Jews have the same right like anyone else in this world to buy property or live wherever they want.

And as Noam Arnon said, Beilin is one of those personally responsible for bringing us Oslo and the subsequent suicide bombers.

Beilin in response said, “Go Home Crazies”.

Who else have we heard say to the Jews, “Go back to where you came from” (and I don’t mean just from Shimon Peres)?

Is this a harsh comparison?

Before you answer that, first tell me if you can honestly disagree with my answers for questions 1 & 2.

Then tell me how making Race Laws against Jews owning or buying property is any different than the same laws made Nazi Germany or the Arab states.


Avi said...

Israel should declare sovereingty over the entire Land in its possession and esspecially over Har HaBayit where Jews are forbidden to pray.

I'll link to you if you link to me

Jameel @ The Muqata said...

Yes, it's a harsh statement.

He also gave weapons to our enemies which were used against us.

Words and blogs don't kill -- giving weapons to our enemies does.

stillruleall said...

Just a thought-if a Palestinian from Chevron would onvert to Judiasm (and not be killed) would the Israeli government take his house from him? I don't think so. The policy is against Israelis living there, not necessarily Jews.

hubscubs said...

well, actually, Nazi Germany is applicable to both questions also. see nuremburg laws.

so, which party does he associate himself with?

JoeSettler said...

hubscubs: As far as I know the Nuremberg laws were only about intermarriage, employment,and citizenship (voting, pensions, etc.) - not property ownership.

Businesses (and probably property) were appropriated indirectly, as a side effect of the law (as Jews had no money left (and no workers), so the Nazis/Germans bought it for almost nothing), but not directly due to the word of the law itself.

So the first answer wouldn't have included Germany.

bar_kochba132 said...

(I am not the "bar kochba" who posted above).
I think we should look at a little ray of light in the fact that the Labor Party chucked out Yossi Beilin from its Knesset List and they also voted Shimon Peres out of the party leadership. Not that what is left there is much better, but I think that even people on the post-Zionist Left realize how much damage those two did to Israel.

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