User Profile: tzion


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  • [2] October 13, 2015 at 12:50pm

    Can you teach history without covering religion? I seriously doubt that it’s possible. Religion is a much a part of a society’s history as is governmental system, economics, and social values, and is frequently tied to each.

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  • [1] October 12, 2015 at 9:33pm

    Here’s my question: when did Columbus discover that he had discovered America? After all, didn’t he think he was in India at first?

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  • October 12, 2015 at 4:29pm

    The existing wall was not a wall of the temple itself. It was a retaining wall used to expand the mountaintop the temple was built upon.

  • October 12, 2015 at 1:47pm

    Comparing the Palestinians to the American Revolution? That has to be the most historically deceptive argument ever. Did the colonists try to conquer the entire British empire? Of course not. Hamas and the PLO want all of Israel for themselves. Period. The proof? They were offered a state in 1948. They refused. And they have continued to do so again and again since then. They respond to Israel’s transfer of land to Palestinians by killing more Israelis. Why would Israel allow the creation of a Palestinian state if they are punished for every attempt to do so.

  • October 12, 2015 at 1:36pm

    So when they burn people alive, are they using the same tactics as 15th century Christians? Of course not. Why? Because that would contradict your antisemitic narrative.

  • [2] October 12, 2015 at 12:06pm

    The reason most Christians find jesus in the Hebrew bible is because they started from the assumption that Jesus was the Messiah. For Jews who believe otherwise, every supposed reference is subjective. For example, most of the messianic prophesies mention a descendant of David. Christians see this as referring to jesus. Jews meanwhile remember that David had and has multiple descendants.

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  • October 12, 2015 at 10:35am

    Have you or have you not called for the US to become allies with Iran for “cheap oil”? Are you saying they would give us oil without us giving them something in exchange? You support us giving them billions in funding through the Iran Deal which we all know will go directly to arming Iran. What is that if not openly arming?

  • October 12, 2015 at 9:51am

    Here’s another link:

    According to this link, only 15000 people were gassed over a 23 day period, barely more than 650 per day. By your numbers, that many should have died from a mere 6 gassing, which given there were three gas chambers……

    Do I really need to go on?

  • October 12, 2015 at 9:46am

    “Israel has a real military. Palestine does not.”

    And look at the death and despair that “non-real” army has caused on both sides.

    “I admire any Palestinian who has the balls to knife an Israeli cop or IDF dirtbag because he knows that it will probably be the last thing he does.”

    I’m sure the Occupy and Black Lives Matter movements would agree.

    “Were there many American civilians hanging out in Nazi-occupied Europe during WWII?”

    Relevance? I could easily claim that not many Israeli civilians were hanging out in Gaza either.

    “Assad’s also an evil SOB but he’s not asking the world to support his evil SOB activities like Netanyahu does.”

    Assad is getting support from Russia. Assad is getting support from Iran. Iran is getting support from Russia and the US. Conclusion, the US is supporting Assad both directly and indirectly (by not stopping Russia).

    As for Netanyahu, when exactly was the last time he sent troops to wipe out entire villages?

  • [1] October 12, 2015 at 9:35am

    Let’s take your numbers at face value for a moment. If 2500 could be gassed in one chamber at once, that means that with 3 facilities that 7500 people could be gassed at once. Death comes in 15 minutes. Even if we assume a whole day was necessary to empty and reset the facility, over the course of a year that’s enough time to murder 2.7 million people, nearly two and half times the TOTAL number of deaths at Auschwitz, many of which were not due to gassing at all.

    You like my links? Try this one out:

  • [2] October 12, 2015 at 9:25am

    The typical American isn’t even a tenth as malnourished as the auschwitz victims were. I doubt even the heaviest auschwitz victim was over 120 pounds. Measuring a population for which the average weight is almost 170 pounds proves nothing.

  • October 12, 2015 at 9:15am

    No interest says the person who wants the United States to openly arm the Iranians. Not very convincing.

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  • [2] October 12, 2015 at 9:14am

    Here’s a question. Why would a school which thousands of students attend feel that security was adequate with only one unarmed security officer?

  • [3] October 12, 2015 at 9:11am

    Was that before or after be herded onto castle cars by soldiers with guns who shoot you if you resisted, and being forced to stand in equally cramped quarters for hours?

    By the time they got to auschwitz, cramped quarters was the last concern they might have had.

  • [8] October 12, 2015 at 8:51am

    And meanwhile, Assad in Syria has murdered more civilians in the few years than Israel has killed in its entire history. The Black September Massacres in Jordan saw more dead Palestinians in a month than in all the Gaza wars combined.

    And yet, only Israel gets called out despite the fact that Israel actually has saved Palestinian lives. They’ve saved more Palestinian lives than you ever could.

    As for comparing Palestinian deaths to the murder of Israelis, what does that even prove? How many American civilians died during WWII compared to those of Germany and Japan? Does that mean that Hitler was the good guy? Fewer Israeli civilians die because Israel is better at protecting them. Hamas uses civilians as human shields, so naturally they’re not concerned about civilian casualties.

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  • October 11, 2015 at 2:08pm

    Your white country argument is pointless. There are dozens of countries with white majorities. Besides, while I have a specific definition of who is a Jew, I doubt you can say the same for whites. Moreover, Jews having a state is something necessary beyond the fact that God promised it.

    As for Jews being part of the tribe, tribe is not the same thing as race. Race, according to those that are stickers for it, is based on genetics and is immutable. A tribe is made up of families, but others are fully allowed to join.

    In short, race is defined by genetic heritage while tribe is defined by cultural heritage.

  • [24] October 11, 2015 at 11:21am

    Took the words out of my mouth. The investigation is partisan because one party refuses to participate.

  • [1] October 11, 2015 at 6:52am

    And no semiautomatic crossbows either.

  • [5] October 11, 2015 at 6:19am

    Demonstrating your ignorance again? The issue of Jews being chosen has nothing to do with being “equal”. Jews were chosen to serve as a role model, a “light unto the nations”. Rather than being superior, Jews believe they are held to a higher standard compared to other nations.

    Moreover, being Jewish has nothing to do with race.

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  • October 11, 2015 at 6:14am

    I’m not going to try and deny your faith, but there is no “aleph tav” before “elokim” in Genesis 1:1. There is one after, but in Hebrew the word “aleph tav” spells “et”, which approximately translates to “the”. Later in the same verse, “v’et” appears which means “and the”.

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