User Profile: tzion

tzion

Member Since: October 05, 2011

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  • [1] September 23, 2014 at 9:31am

    Known national socialist? Nil is a CONFESSED national socialist.

  • [3] September 23, 2014 at 8:06am

    Weren’t nil and rose-Ellen telling us Hamas wasn’t behind this? Rose even claimed Hamas denied responsibility. Guess that means they won’t show up on this page. Confirmation bias will force them to pretend this story doesn’t exist.

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  • September 22, 2014 at 4:24pm

    “The group’s spokesman made the statements in a new audio recording published in conjunction with a 11-page letter calling on Muslims worldwide to kill civilians of nations that join the fight against the Islamic State.”

    So their defending themselves from unarmed civilians?

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  • [4] September 22, 2014 at 11:06am

    @nil
    Nazi Germany was a left wing county far more than Israel is today. Yet you support and idolize the nazis and many left wing policies they used while simultaneously attacking others for supposedly being left wing. Do you practice being a hypocrite or does it come naturally?

  • [6] September 22, 2014 at 10:57am

    @nil
    Repeating the same lies over and over won’t make them true. I’ve personally researched both of those claims and neither of them accurately represent the truth.

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  • [1] September 21, 2014 at 6:41pm

    @servant
    “You can’t justify bad behavior by pointing out other bad behavior.”

    Excuse me, I’m not excusing anyone of anything. YOU were the one trying to use our use of drones to attack legitimate targets (which for some reason you see as bad behavior) to justify Islamic terrorists’ massacring of innocent civilians (which is indisputably bad behavior).

  • [2] September 21, 2014 at 3:20pm

    @tango
    Your comment states, “The religious Jews in Israel are offended by the assertion that Jesus is the Christ.” This is false. Most religious Jews are ambivalent towards Jesus in most regards. YOU are offended by the fact that Jews reject Jesus.

  • [1] September 21, 2014 at 2:52pm

    “The religious Jews in Israel are offended by the assertion that Jesus is the Christ.”

    Offended? Judaism doesn’t even has a concept called “Christ”. They call it Mashiach, using transliterated as Messiah. As for Jesus, they simply see him as a false Messiah, a position shared by others in history, most notably Bar Kochba and Shabbatai Tzvi.

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  • [2] September 21, 2014 at 2:45pm

    @mojo
    “And, the Biblical promise was not to Jews but to the descendants of Abram. Many European Jews were not Abram’s descendants.”

    The covenant with Abraham was made to his descendants specifically, but this is only one covenant appearing in the Hebrew Bible. The other, and by far the more relevant one, is the covenant made at Sinai centuries later. This covenant, while made primarily with the Israelites, was open to everyone. The Bible itself both acknowledges conversion to the Israelite faith, from which Judaism is directly descended, and even provides specific examples of key figures who were converts. King David himself had a grandmother who was a Moabite convert to the Israelite faith (Read the book of Ruth). And all converts are explicitly decreed to be included in all the promises made to the Israelites at Sinai.

  • [5] September 21, 2014 at 2:36pm

    @mojo
    “OneBig, it’s historical fact that the religion, Judaism, was formed between 300-500 AD. There was no religion called Judaism during Christ’s time. There were many different sects, comprised of the many different people, who were all descendants of Isaac.”

    If you actually knew anything about Jewish history Mojo, you’d know that one of those sects you mentioned, the Pharisees, were the ones whose beliefs and traditions became modern day Judaism. To say that Judaism is unrelated to the Pharisees is like me saying that Christianity didn’t exist as a comprehensive religion until the council of Nicaea in the 4th century and that the Protestantism is a new religion founded in the 16th century. Since most Americans are Protestant, I could use your logic to claim that their religion is less than 500 years old.

    Also, Jesus was a descendant of Judea, his ancestors having lived in the Kingdom of Judea prior to the Babylonian Exile. The term Jew refers to the people who lived in this ancient kingdom, not those who resided in the Roman province centuries later.

  • September 21, 2014 at 11:52am

    Why wouldn’t it be? They offer 72 virgins, the right to be as violent as you want, turn a blind eye towards subjugation of women, and of course they threaten people too. It’s now different from how people got swept up in the revolutionary ways of communism. Some people just like pretending to be revolutionaries who will destroy the world as we know it and remake it.

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  • [7] September 21, 2014 at 11:47am

    @servant
    And when has India ever used drones to bomb anyone? Never. Yet Mumbai was attacked in 2008 killing over 150 people in attacks directed, not against military targets that were legitimate threats, but against hospitals, hotels, and a Jewish religious center. That’s just one example. There have been AT LEAST 23,000 terrorist attacks committed by Islamic extremists since 9/11 in dozens of countries covering four continents. Targets of these attacks include hospitals, bus stations, train stations, houses of worship, and hotels. The people targeted have even been Muslims themselves in several cases.

  • [6] September 21, 2014 at 8:11am

    Only on Muslim soil? There have been terrorist attacks by Muslims in Russia, India, France, Britain, and many more non-Muslim countries.

  • [6] September 19, 2014 at 3:21pm

    @mojo
    That truth being that, according to the disinformation you were trying to spread, the Holocaust was justified?

    Unfortunately mojo, the loss of your comment took my response with it. So allow me to restate my very reasonable history questions:

    -The number of troops the Jews deployed in this war you claim they started was what?
    -Name one battle fought in this eat prior to 1939.
    -who commanded the Jewish forces in this war you claim happened?

  • September 19, 2014 at 7:46am

    Do the research yourself then. Personally, I learned of the Sykes-picot agreement when I was in high school. While the Arabs had been promised what is today Syria, the secret agreement with France dictated that France would be given Syria. There was even a conflict fought as a result.

  • September 19, 2014 at 7:41am

    Did you study history? Ever hear of World War I? The one where Britain and frame and their allies broke up the Ottoman Empire. In their minds their victory have them every right.

  • [11] September 18, 2014 at 11:36pm

    @norm
    The US had no part in Sykes-Picot. It was all Britain and France. Russia was part of the early negotiations as well but they pulled out after the Revolution.

    There’s actually another chapter to this story of British and French betrayal. In 1919, Jewish and Arab leaders met and actually signed an agreement which would have effectively prevented the entire Arab-Israeli conflict from ever occurring, allowing a Jewish and Arab state to exist side by side. The agreement became void when the Arabs didn’t get what they were promised.

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  • [4] September 18, 2014 at 11:16pm

    “I again ask what would be the motivation to ‘demolish’ death-chambers if several hundred prisoners were protesting?”

    PROTESTING? They were REVOLTING. They planned a mass escape in which many of the SS and Ukrainian Guards were quietly killed and over half the inmates succeeded in reaching the nearby forest. The whole camp was demolished after the fact. You sound like an idiot who doesn’t know what he’s (she’s?) talking about. Quite fitting since you clearly know NOTHING about Sobibor.

  • [7] September 18, 2014 at 11:12pm

    Perhaps you should actually read about what happened during this uprising. Nearly half the prisoners at the camp escaped into the forest, each one carrying the full eyewitness testimony of what happened. After this happened, the camp was CLOSED COMPLETELY and all evidence of its existence was covered up or destroyed.

    Watch the movie Escape from Sobibor if you want more information.

  • [60] September 18, 2014 at 11:05pm

    @mojo
    Seriously? You’re still using that lame line. Here’s a little history quiz for you.

    -How many combatants did the Jews who “declared war on Germany” deploy for this “war” you speak of?
    -Name one battle fought during this war that took place BEFORE 1939.
    -Who commanded the Jewish armed forces? (Hint, answer becomes obvious once the first question has been answered)

    Your argument is more pathetic than a monkey trying to parallel park. But you know what, I feel like indulging myself in a moment of blatant idiocy (though I’ll probably regret it later). Let’s just say that the few hundred or thousand Jews gathered in one tiny city half a world way from Germany calling for a boycott of German goods SOMEHOW can be defined as a declaration of war on the part of over 10 million Jews worldwide…………No wait, that’s too idiotic for me to even pretend to believe. Let’s settle for it just being a declaration of war by those present and not involving those who weren’t there, such as the 3.3 million Jews of Poland. How does that then justify the cold blooded murder of 90% of Polish Jews, nearly all of whom had no part in the boycott?

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