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Israel Apartheid Week – Flashmobs Vienna 2015 – Video



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Rael proposes peace agreement in which Palestinians would grant amnesty to Israelis

TEL AVIV, Israel, March 6, 2015 /PRNewswire/ — “The deadly conflict in Palestine is the result of the occupation and theft of land and buildings by Israelis,” said Rael, spiritual leader of the International Raelian Movement (IRM), in a statement released today by the IRM. “I’m asking the Palestinian authorities to offer amnesty to Israelis for all their crimes in exchange for the Palestinians’ right to return to territories and buildings that have been illegally occupied and stolen.”

According to Rael, this would give Palestinians the right to return and live in Israel under an Israeli government that will have canceled all discrimination through new laws granting equal rights to Palestinians and Jews.

“This should include the immediate release of Israeli passports to Palestinians, plus financial compensation of $5,000 per person for all the years Palestinians have lived in exile or under military occupation without any rights,” Rael said. “It also means that Palestinians accept the right to return for all Jewish people, and therefore their equal right to reside in Israel.”

In return, Rael explained, the Palestinian authorities, Hamas, Fatah and others would agree to stop all violence against the Israeli government and accept its authority, along with Israeli nationality and the Israeli passport.

“Israel should commit to immediately destroying all walls, fences and checkpoints in territory where the two communities would live together under equal rights,” Rael continued. “And it should also commit to free all Palestinian prisoners who haven’t committed murder. Finally, Israel should commit to organizing free elections after one year, without ‘apartheid’ and with ‘one vote per person,’ to elect a democratically chosen government; and also commit to holding a referendum that would decide the name of the new, united state created through the union of Palestinian and Israeli territory. The name of such a state should be either Palestine or Israel.”

For Rael, this new state, built without discrimination, would be “a worldwide symbol of peace and fraternity with its capital in Jerusalem, a city which, in essence, must be a spiritual capital and a symbol of peace.”

In a previous statement released in 2009, Rael explained how the union of the two territories is the only solution that can solve the conflict. He also predicted the current wave of anti-Semitism.

“The international community, the United Nations and all superpowers should force Israel to accept this solution,” he said then. “They should also send troops to protect the defenseless Palestinian people in the Gaza concentration camp, who are in danger of being exterminated in a genocide that will forever make the Israelis look as bad as the Nazis. This genocide will trigger a worldwide wave of what is called ‘anti-Semitism,’ but which will, in fact, be hatred directed against Jewish people.”

In the same 2009 statement, Rael also said, “The Israeli Law of Return, if applied equally to Palestinians and Jews worldwide, would permit the creation of a very rich country, in which all Semitic brothers and sisters could live together peacefully, without drama, bombs, genocide or orphans.”

According to a Raelian spokesperson, Rael founded the Raelian Movement in 1974 after encountering representatives of the Elohim, an advanced extraterrestrial civilization that first created all life on Earth and then seeded all religions by sending prophets to remind people of their existence. Further, these advanced Elohim scientists, taken for gods by our ancestors, are ready to return, and have asked Rael to build the Third Temple, their embassy, in Jerusalem.

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Bassem Eid on the oppression of the Palestinian people – Video

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Palestinian officials say the oppression to their people by the Israeli government will one day come to an end, as did the apartheid rule in South Africa. Th…

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Ms Israel Apartheid Bitch Fall – Video



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LULZ KARMA IS A BITCH.

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G4S Protest Israel Apartheid Week 27 Feb 2015 – Video



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Every week it gets worse; new horrors inflicted on the Palestinians, Young kids kidnapped by the gangster regime in Tel Aviv, Men women and children tortured…

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Phyllis Bennis – JVP and BDS versus Israel’s Apartheid and AIPAC – Video



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Israeli Christian wearing a cross in the streets of Haifa, Israel – Video



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What happens when you wear a cross in a major city in Israel? With recent 'apartheid week' in mind, You've all seen the video showing what happens when you are a Jew in Paris with a kipa…

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Israeli Apartheid Week: For and against | Opinion | Mail …

Israel’s domination of Palestinians fits the apartheid bill, writes Suraya Dadoo. Activist Bassem Eid presents a counter-narrative to Michael Coetzee.

Human rights activist Bassem Eid says Palestinian struggle icon Leila Khaled has ‘no idea about her own people’. (AFP)

Apartheid. This word tends to conjure up specific images and ideas: South Africa, Nelson Mandela, pariah, boycotts. This is why dialogue about Israels status as an apartheid state becomes for Israels apologists a tedious, nit-picking discussion about the similarities and differences between Israel and South Africa.

Apartheid, like genocide, has an internationallyrecognised legal definition. Genocides differ in terms of strategies, brutality and technique. The Rwandan genocide and the Nazi Holocaust were very different. Few of us, however, would argue that what happened in Rwanda was not genocide because it looked different from other genocides.

It is the same with apartheid. The 1998 Rome Statute to the International Criminal Court defines apartheid as actions or policies committed in the context of an institutionalised regime of systematic oppression and domination by one racial group over any other racial group or groups and committed with the intention of maintaining that regime.

The South African version of apartheid, then, is not the be-all and end-all of apartheid and, given the definition of apartheid, Israels domination of the Palestinians fits the (universally accepted) bill.

Those who argue against the apartheid label try to separate Israel from the occupied Palestinian territories of the West Bank, East Jerusalem and the besieged Gaza Strip. The truth is that the green line exists on paper only. There is only one state, there is only one regime: the Israeli regime.

A million-and-a-half Palestinians living inside Israel can vote, but cannot legally organise against the system of Jewish supremacy. In East Jerusalem (still part of the West Bank under international law, but usually treated as a separate category), Jews have citizenship while Palestinians have residency rights but not citizenship.

Within the occupied territories, Palestinians live under military law and have no citizenship, whereas Jewish settlers in the same occupied territories live under civil law and have Israeli citizenship.

The differential treatment of Palestinians in different geographic areas is designed to work together to ensure the goal intrinsic to apartheid: ensuring unassailable domination by one group (Jews) over another (Palestinians) throughout the territory.

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Israel Apartheid Week – Flashmobs Vienna 2015 – Video




Israel Apartheid Week – Flashmobs Vienna 2015 Flashmobs Vienna City Center 2015 BDS Austria www.bds-info.at facebook.com/bds.austria BOYCOTT APARTHEID – BOYCOTT ISRAEL! Im Westjordanland leben PalstinenserInnen unter … By: Bds Austria

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Israel Apartheid Week – Vienna 2015 – Video




Israel Apartheid Week – Vienna 2015 Flashmobs Vienna City Center 2015 BDS Austria www.bds-info.at facebook.com/bds.austria BOYCOTT APARTHEID – BOYCOTT ISRAEL! Im Westjordanland leben Palstin… By: Bds Austria

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Rael proposes peace agreement in which Palestinians would grant amnesty to Israelis

TEL AVIV, Israel, March 6, 2015 /PRNewswire/ — “The deadly conflict in Palestine is the result of the occupation and theft of land and buildings by Israelis,” said Rael, spiritual leader of the International Raelian Movement (IRM), in a statement released today by the IRM. “I’m asking the Palestinian authorities to offer amnesty to Israelis for all their crimes in exchange for the Palestinians’ right to return to territories and buildings that have been illegally occupied and stolen.” According to Rael, this would give Palestinians the right to return and live in Israel under an Israeli government that will have canceled all discrimination through new laws granting equal rights to Palestinians and Jews. “This should include the immediate release of Israeli passports to Palestinians, plus financial compensation of $5,000 per person for all the years Palestinians have lived in exile or under military occupation without any rights,” Rael said. “It also means that Palestinians accept the right to return for all Jewish people, and therefore their equal right to reside in Israel.” In return, Rael explained, the Palestinian authorities, Hamas, Fatah and others would agree to stop all violence against the Israeli government and accept its authority, along with Israeli nationality and the Israeli passport. “Israel should commit to immediately destroying all walls, fences and checkpoints in territory where the two communities would live together under equal rights,” Rael continued. “And it should also commit to free all Palestinian prisoners who haven’t committed murder. Finally, Israel should commit to organizing free elections after one year, without ‘apartheid’ and with ‘one vote per person,’ to elect a democratically chosen government; and also commit to holding a referendum that would decide the name of the new, united state created through the union of Palestinian and Israeli territory. The name of such a state should be either Palestine or Israel.” For Rael, this new state, built without discrimination, would be “a worldwide symbol of peace and fraternity with its capital in Jerusalem, a city which, in essence, must be a spiritual capital and a symbol of peace.” In a previous statement released in 2009, Rael explained how the union of the two territories is the only solution that can solve the conflict. He also predicted the current wave of anti-Semitism. “The international community, the United Nations and all superpowers should force Israel to accept this solution,” he said then. “They should also send troops to protect the defenseless Palestinian people in the Gaza concentration camp, who are in danger of being exterminated in a genocide that will forever make the Israelis look as bad as the Nazis. This genocide will trigger a worldwide wave of what is called ‘anti-Semitism,’ but which will, in fact, be hatred directed against Jewish people.” In the same 2009 statement, Rael also said, “The Israeli Law of Return, if applied equally to Palestinians and Jews worldwide, would permit the creation of a very rich country, in which all Semitic brothers and sisters could live together peacefully, without drama, bombs, genocide or orphans.” According to a Raelian spokesperson, Rael founded the Raelian Movement in 1974 after encountering representatives of the Elohim, an advanced extraterrestrial civilization that first created all life on Earth and then seeded all religions by sending prophets to remind people of their existence. Further, these advanced Elohim scientists, taken for gods by our ancestors, are ready to return, and have asked Rael to build the Third Temple, their embassy, in Jerusalem.

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Bassem Eid on the oppression of the Palestinian people – Video




Bassem Eid on the oppression of the Palestinian people Palestinian officials say the oppression to their people by the Israeli government will one day come to an end, as did the apartheid rule in South Africa. Th… By: SABC Digital News

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Ms Israel Apartheid Bitch Fall – Video




Ms Israel Apartheid Bitch Fall LULZ KARMA IS A BITCH. By: DJ Redeye

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G4S Protest Israel Apartheid Week 27 Feb 2015 – Video




G4S Protest Israel Apartheid Week 27 Feb 2015 Every week it gets worse; new horrors inflicted on the Palestinians, Young kids kidnapped by the gangster regime in Tel Aviv, Men women and children tortured… By: MrAlexSeymour

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Phyllis Bennis – JVP and BDS versus Israel’s Apartheid and AIPAC – Video




Phyllis Bennis – JVP and BDS versus Israel's Apartheid and AIPAC Further videos from Phyllis and about topics addressed are available in Recent Activities, Favorites, Play Lists on my channels. Mirrored and published with … By: Sundrumify

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Israeli Christian wearing a cross in the streets of Haifa, Israel – Video




Israeli Christian wearing a cross in the streets of Haifa, Israel What happens when you wear a cross in a major city in Israel? With recent'apartheid week' in mind, You've all seen the video showing what happens when you are a Jew in Paris with a kipa… By: Christian Empowerment Council (CEC Israel)

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Israeli Apartheid Week: For and against | Opinion | Mail …

Israel’s domination of Palestinians fits the apartheid bill, writes Suraya Dadoo. Activist Bassem Eid presents a counter-narrative to Michael Coetzee. Human rights activist Bassem Eid says Palestinian struggle icon Leila Khaled has ‘no idea about her own people’. (AFP) Apartheid. This word tends to conjure up specific images and ideas: South Africa, Nelson Mandela, pariah, boycotts. This is why dialogue about Israels status as an apartheid state becomes for Israels apologists a tedious, nit-picking discussion about the similarities and differences between Israel and South Africa. Apartheid, like genocide, has an internationallyrecognised legal definition. Genocides differ in terms of strategies, brutality and technique. The Rwandan genocide and the Nazi Holocaust were very different. Few of us, however, would argue that what happened in Rwanda was not genocide because it looked different from other genocides. It is the same with apartheid. The 1998 Rome Statute to the International Criminal Court defines apartheid as actions or policies committed in the context of an institutionalised regime of systematic oppression and domination by one racial group over any other racial group or groups and committed with the intention of maintaining that regime. The South African version of apartheid, then, is not the be-all and end-all of apartheid and, given the definition of apartheid, Israels domination of the Palestinians fits the (universally accepted) bill. Those who argue against the apartheid label try to separate Israel from the occupied Palestinian territories of the West Bank, East Jerusalem and the besieged Gaza Strip. The truth is that the green line exists on paper only. There is only one state, there is only one regime: the Israeli regime. A million-and-a-half Palestinians living inside Israel can vote, but cannot legally organise against the system of Jewish supremacy. In East Jerusalem (still part of the West Bank under international law, but usually treated as a separate category), Jews have citizenship while Palestinians have residency rights but not citizenship. Within the occupied territories, Palestinians live under military law and have no citizenship, whereas Jewish settlers in the same occupied territories live under civil law and have Israeli citizenship. The differential treatment of Palestinians in different geographic areas is designed to work together to ensure the goal intrinsic to apartheid: ensuring unassailable domination by one group (Jews) over another (Palestinians) throughout the territory.

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