Palestinian By Any Other Name . . .

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  1. Steve Blowers says:

    Agree entirely with this. “The truth will come out and at some point, there will be those who ask why proud Arabs chose a name that stands for defeat and humiliation.” These people have got exactly what they wished for. There is a very deep meaning in this.

  1. December 8, 2015

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  2. May 7, 2016

    […] of people who now think they are a separate nation and think they should be called Palestinians (that name that we Jews rejected because it had nothing to do with the land at all and everything to do with the Roman Empire). […]

  3. May 10, 2016

    […] of people who now think they are a separate nation and think they should be called Palestinians (that name that we Jews rejected because it had nothing to do with the land at all and everything to do with the Roman Empire). […]

  4. November 2, 2016

    […] I am an Okay-You-Want-To-Be-Palestinian-But Not-Like-That kind of person. If you really want a name that symbolizes subjugation and failure, that is your prerogative; but does it mean you really have to be a failed […]

  5. November 3, 2016

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  6. December 1, 2016

    […] bin ein „Okay, ihr wollt Palästinenser sein aber mögt das nicht“-Mensch. Wenn ihr wirklich einen Namen haben wollt, der Unterwerfung und Versagen symbolisiert, dann ist das euer Vorrecht; aber bedeutet das, dass ihr wirklich ein Versagervolk sein […]

  7. February 12, 2017

    […] I wonder about the claim that Fayyad’s appointment moves the UN another step closer to declaring “Palestine” a full-fledged state (I still cannot understand why they want to be called by the name given to the vanquished Jews by the conquering Romans, something I see as kind-of humiliating, but that is another issue – and I wrote about it here). […]

  8. February 13, 2017

    […] I wonder about the claim that Fayyad’s appointment moves the UN another step closer to declaring “Palestine” a full-fledged state (I still cannot understand why they want to be called by the name given to the vanquished Jews by the conquering Romans, something I see as kind-of humiliating, but that is another issue – and I wrote about it here). […]

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