Saturday, December 23, 2006

Israel Is Founded on Jewish Terrorism and the Genocide of the Palestinians

Christopher Jon Bjerknes

Throughout the first half of the Twentieth Century, Jewish terrorists murdered innocent civilians and government officials around the world. Fascist Jewish terrorist organizations sought a military alliance with the Nazis. The Irgun (led by future Israeli Prime Minister Menachem Begin), Haganah (led by future Israeli Prime Minister David Ben-Gurion) and Sternists (led by future Israeli Prime Minister Yitzhak Shamir) were each Jewish terrorist organizations. Former Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon was also a terrorist. Only by murdering Palestinians and chasing them from their homeland, could a racist, segregated "Jewish State" be founded. Israel exists and expands through genocide.

In its article "Israel", the Great Soviet Encyclopedia: A Translation of the Third Edition, Volume 10, Macmillan, New York, (1976), pp. 477-484, at 478, wrote,

"Thus, despite the UN resolution of Nov. 29, 1947, Israel expanded its territory to include four-fifths of the area of mandated Palestine. Both before the formation of Israel and the outbreak of the war and during the course of the war itself, Zionist terror led to the mass destruction of Arabs and the expulsion of nearly a million Arabs from the territory of Israel and from the Arab portion of Palestine that it had seized. The problem of Palestinian refugees emerged—a problem that, because of Israel's unaltering refusal to implement the UN resolution of Dec. 11, 1948 (on the right of refugees to return to their homeland or, if they choose, to receive material compensation), became one of the most important issues complicating the Middle East crisis."

The Great Soviet Encyclopedia, published in the 1970's at the time when the United Nations General Assembly Resolution Number 3379 declared that Zionism is a form of racism, detailed many of the Zionists' abuses and violations of international law. Refer also to its articles: "Anti-Semitism", "Jews", "Judaism", "Middle East Crisis", "Palestine", "Poale Zion", and "Zionism". See also: N. S. Alent'eva, Editor, Tseli i metody voinstvuiushchego sionizma, Izd-vo polit. lit-ry, Moskva, (1971). Н. С. Алентьева, Редактор, Цели и методы
воинствующего сионизма, Издательство Политической Литературы, Москва, (1971).