Monday, June 3, 2019

Furious reaction to accurate advertisement calling out Rep. Rashida Tlaib’s Holocaust lies

By legal Insurrection, June 02, 2019

Michigan Representative Rashida Tlaib attempted to rewrite history recently by claiming that the Arabs of the British Mandate for Palestine (they would not be called “Palestinians” until decades later) provided “safe haven” to Jews before, during, and after the Holocaust.
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  1. Well, Irgun, Stern, and Hagannah directed their violence toward British and their forces a lot more than against the Arabs. That is fact.

  2. Pro-Zionist propagandists love to show that picture of the Mufti of Jerusalem (who did NOT represent Christian Arabs, by the way, and who was criticized by Arab scholars at the time like George Antonius), but those same pro-Zionist propagandists NEVER talk about how in an attempt to work out a deal, T. Herzl, himself, met with Count Plewe, foreign minister of the Czar, who headed the most anti-Jewish regime before the Nazis.


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