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Israel approves ultranationalist Jewish march in Jerusalem

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What could go wrong…,,

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The official Israeli response to violently beating with fists, boots and batons, mourners at a Palestinian funeral procession of a Palestinian journalist, that an Israeli sniper shot in the face and killed her, was…there was a Palestinian flag on the murdered Palestinian journalists coffin.

In other news, ultranationalist Jews will March through occupied East Jerusalem waving Jewish flags with government encouragement.

BDS

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The march is meant to celebrate Israel’s capture of east Jerusalem in the 1967 Mideast war.

The interesting thing is some people think Israel captured this land from Palestinian Arabs.

It is Israeli land; they can do what they want.

Keep fighting terrorism!

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painkillerToday  02:31 pm JST

Keep fighting terrorism!

Maybe that's what the British should have done in Palestine in the 1940s.

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Old article for review:

https://www.npr.org/2007/06/05/10727648/six-day-war-the-east-jerusalem-controversy

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Maybe that's what the British should have done in Palestine in the 1940s.

Britain couldn't handle fighting Palestinian Arab terrorism in the 40s, and though that when Israel established itself as a nation, it would be routed by other Arab countries.

Britain was right, but thankfully Israel was able to repel those Arab invaders and maintain the greatest democracy in the Middle East.

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painkillerToday  12:01 am JST

Britain couldn't handle fighting Palestinian Arab terrorism in the 40s...

You think it was Palestinian Arabs who blew up the King David Hotel and hanged the two army sergeants?

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