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asad abukhalil أسعد أبو خليل
It is not only Trump administration. This is a progression (or deterioration) from one administration to another. This is almost comical: he said anti-Zionism is an ancient hatred when Zionism is late 19th century. He says that BDS website denies legitimacy of Israel and he is
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asad abukhalil أسعد أبو خليل Apr 12
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lying. I wish that BDS rejects the legitimacy of Israel but it does not. I once called for BDS to do that, and Israel (from Netanyahu down to US Zionists) cited me as a "leader of BDS" when I never held a leadership position there. He comes across as so stupid: that rejection
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asad abukhalil أسعد أبو خليل Apr 12
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of a Jewish state is anti-Semitic. I reject Islamic state is that anti-Semitic? So if Hizbullah were to expel Christians from Lebanon and then declares an Islamic state in Lebanon: if we oppose this Hizbullah move, we are anti-Islam? How dumb and desperate can Zionists get?
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Asa Winstanley Apr 12
Replying to @asadabukhalil
As always, the basis of Zionist claims is lies
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asad abukhalil أسعد أبو خليل Apr 12
Replying to @AsaWinstanley
Exactly. They are so desperate and frustrated.
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VisionofTundale Apr 12
Replying to @asadabukhalil
The Jews are a people. Not merely a religion.
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andrewwwww Apr 12
Replying to @asadabukhalil
Umm their whole point is that they claim they are an ethno-religious group that deserves their own state. Your equation to Muslims expelled is not valid in their eyes bc they claim they're more than religion. Perhaps you need to focus on destroying that argument...
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VisionofTundale Apr 12
Replying to @asadabukhalil
The Jews are a people. Not merely a religion. The Jews are a people. Not merely a religion. The Jews are a people. Not merely a religion. The Jews are a people. Not merely a religion. The Jews are a people. Not merely a religion. The Jews are a people. Not merely a religion.
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El Rey de Hamburguesas Apr 12
Replying to @asadabukhalil @Israel
I lost respect for BDS when Jewish businesses in my American community became targets pf BDS activists simply because the owners were Jews (despite no ties to ). I'm sure BDS started with pure intentions, but it's devolved into using antiZionism to propagate antisemetism
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Walid Apr 12
Replying to @asadabukhalil
You're right but with Trump its become much more blatant and extreme
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HSM Apr 12
Do all sets of "peoples" get the right to expelled inhabitants and practice discrimination? How about the Afrikaans?
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VisionofTundale Apr 12
Replying to @HKKM79 @asadabukhalil
Completely misleading to compare with Afrikaans. Feel free to dm me for this conversation.
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sammy weir Apr 12
More blatant & extreme ... & dangerous for ordinary people , as well as for journalists & reporters. This is just the start of a serious repression of freedom in the printed & televised news & opinion by Trump's extreme RW government.
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HSM Apr 12
How about any group?, what your preaching is similar to all forms of extreme nationalism, and cannot be used to justify the daily crimes of this entity
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Bernard Fisher Apr 12
Replying to @asadabukhalil
As supporter of BDS in Australia I may have missed the finer points of where the movement is heading. Am I now to believe that BDS has lost its way? I agree with the post that Israel should be returned to the rightful owners: the Palestinians then sort out the mess that remains!
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Shmuel Rubens Apr 13
Replying to @asadabukhalil
Allan S carr is not only absolutely right, he is really reserved in lashing the BDS activists in the hall and puting them immediately under arrest. It will come later I hope. A way fo keep palestinian provocators outside USA
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