Trevor Noah slammed for suggesting Israel not defend itself: 'You're downplaying the trauma of millions'

Caliph

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You sure cut to the chase. You skipped a few thousand steps, spoiled a lot of fun. Was going to mention a certain rock throwing incident at a temple just prior ... cause and effect. He'd stepped into it so beautifully ;)
Is Hamas evicting Israelis from their homes?
 

Grant

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You sure cut to the chase. You skipped a few thousand steps, spoiled a lot of fun. Was going to mention a certain rock throwing incident at a temple just prior ... cause and effect. He'd stepped into it so beautifully ;)
Straight to the clitoris.
Ain't nobody got time for foreplay.
 

Suspect99

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Wasn't me that provided that reference. Go look again.
The modern-day "Palestinians" represent a mixture of local inhabitants and many other groups of Muslims brought from Bosnia, the Balkans, and the Caucasus by the Turks in the 16th to 19th centuries; and from the Sudan, Egypt, Syria, and Lebanon by the British in the 20th century.


Now, can you answer their claim to land seeing the Jews were in Israel over 2000 years ago? The inconvenient question you're purposely avoiding?
You didn't provide this article where the quote comes from? Did you read it before posting?
 

Cosmik Debris

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You clearly know the hearts and minds of Palestians, how did you get to know them all so well?

Because the annihilation of Israel and all Jews is the stated aim of Hamas? Try reading the Covenant of Hamas:


On the Destruction of Israel:

'Israel will exist and will continue to exist until Islam will obliterate it, just as it obliterated others before it.' (Preamble)

Rejection of a Negotiated Peace Settlement:

'[Peace] initiatives, and so-called peaceful solutions and international conferences are in contradiction to the principles of the Islamic Resistance Movement... Those conferences are no more than a means to appoint the infidels as arbitrators in the lands of Islam... There is no solution for the Palestinian problem except by Jihad. Initiatives, proposals and international conferences are but a waste of time, an exercise in futility.' (Article 13)

Anti-Semitic Incitement:

'The Day of Judgment will not come about until Moslems fight Jews and kill them. Then, the Jews will hide behind rocks and trees, and the rocks and trees will cry out: 'O Moslem, there is a Jew hiding behind me, come and kill him.' (Article 7)
 

FrankCastle

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it might ease their daily life , however, restoring their rightful land is what is required ,


I have stated this time and time again , Israel needs Hamas as an excuse to continue occupation and expropriate more land.

What would you reasonably consider to be their "rightful land"?

You've said it time and time again - it's a baseless theory at best that simply doesn't make sense. Hamas must be the biggest brunch of morons if they keep falling for "Israels Grand Plan"
 

FrankCastle

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Want this end.. tie the US hands behind their back and the region will fix itself. Won’t be an Israel anymore.. might cause a nuclear war.. but it will be the end of the state one way or another and war will be gone until the Zionists force a war in the US, UK and EU as they did a century+ ago. Tells you who the aggressor really is.

Zionists didn't exist in 1921 and I can't believe I'm reading this as a "solution".
 

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The right wing & settlers always choose the end of Ramadan to cause kak. You literally can can search incidences and you will see it’s always at the end of the Ramadan period and the one after a new US democratic president is elected is always the worst for that era.

Or....
Hamas fires their rockets in Ramadan, knowing full well Israel will retaliate accordingly.
 

Cosmik Debris

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OK so you didnt read the source you posted. Nice to know

Only the part I needed to reference.

Again, do you read the entire Philosophiæ Naturalis Principia Mathematica (Mathematical Principles of Natural Philosophy) by Isaac Newton to quote his three laws of motion?

You've obviously never done tertiary studies? Right?
 

FrankCastle

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Hamas started off as peaceful , normal people like all of us who got fedup of standing for hours at checkup points , watching woman forced to give birth at check points , watching their plantations burned by settlers , forced off their land .

You use the the term peaceful a little too liberally.

Hamas was founded in 1987,[h] soon after the First Intifada broke out, as an offshoot of the Egyptian Muslim Brotherhood[23] which in its Gaza branch had previously been nonconfrontational toward Israel and hostile to the Palestine Liberation Organization (PLO).[24] Co-founder Sheik Ahmed Yassin said in 1987, and the Hamas Charter affirmed in 1988, that Hamas was founded to liberate Palestine, including modern-day Israel, from Israeli occupation and to establish an Islamic state in the area that is now Israel, the West Bank and the Gaza Strip.[25] Since 1994,[26] the group has frequently stated that it would accept a truce if Israel withdraws to the 1967 borders, paid reparations, allowed free elections in the territories[28] and gave Palestinian refugees the right to return.[j]

Israel and Hamas have engaged in several wars of varying intensity.[30] Hamas's military wing has launched attacks against Israeli civilians and soldiers, often describing them as retaliations, in particular for assassinations of the upper echelon of their leadership.[31] Tactics have included suicide bombings and, since 2001, rocket attacks.[32] [33] Hamas's rocket arsenal, though mainly consisting of short-range homemade Qassam rockets with a range of 16 km (9.9 mi),[34][k] also includes Grad-type rockets (21 km (13 mi) by 2009) and longer-range (40 km (25 mi)) that have reached major Israeli towns such as Beer Sheva and Ashdod,[34] and some that have struck cities like Tel Aviv and Haifa.[36] Human Rights Watch has condemned as war crimes and crimes against humanity both Hamas and Israel for attacks on civilians during the conflict, stating that the rationale of reprisals is never valid when civilians are targeted.[l]

In the January 2006 Palestinian parliamentary elections, Hamas won a majority in the PNA Parliament,[37] defeating the PLO-affiliated Fatah party. After the elections, the Quartet (the European Union, Russia, the United Nations and the United States) made future foreign assistance to the PNA conditional upon the PNA's commitment to nonviolence, recognition of the state of Israel, and acceptance of previous agreements. Hamas rejected those conditions, which led the Quartet to suspend its foreign assistance program and Israel to impose economic sanctions on the Hamas-led administration.[38][39] In March 2007, a national unity government headed by Prime Minister Ismail Haniyeh of Hamas was briefly formed, but this failed to restart international financial assistance.[40] Tensions over control of Palestinian security forces soon erupted in the 2007 Battle of Gaza,[40] after which Hamas took control of Gaza, while its officials were ousted from government positions in the West Bank.[40] Israel and Egypt then imposed an economic blockade of the Gaza Strip on the grounds that Fatah forces were no longer providing security there.[41]
 

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Only the part I needed to reference.

Again, do you read the entire Philosophiæ Naturalis Principia Mathematica (Mathematical Principles of Natural Philosophy) by Isaac Newton to quote his three laws of motion?

You've obviously never done tertiary studies? Right?
I have a STEM degree from UCT.

Equating reading Philosophiæ Naturalis Principia Mathematica (Mathematical Principles of Natural Philosophy) to reading that badly written(short) article that you skimmed to try to find something to support your view is laughable.
 
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