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The War for Jerusalem

When Jordan’s Arab Legion seized half of Jerusalem, ethnically cleansed its Jewish population and annexed the city– the only entity to recognize the annexation was the United Kingdom which had provided the officers and the training that made the conquest possible. 158 more words

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The Epynt Evictions or They Shoot Horses, Don't They?

World war by its very definition touches many people in many places.  Those tending the tranquil slopes of Mynydd Epynt and Mynydd Bwlch-y-Groes in Breconshire in late 1939 could have been forgiven if they thought that the war with Germany would not trouble them much especially as their’s were reserved occupations that made them exempt from conscription and their produce would be needed in the war effort. 493 more words

Welsh Social History In 20th Century

Egyptian Military Torturing works in the shadow

THIS METHOD IS CALLED THE CIVILIAN TO CIVILIAN TORTURING WITHOUT ANY EVIDENCE UNDER SUPERVISION OF THE HOLY EGYPTIAN ARMY.

I am proud of my work and happy that my family alone doing Ethnic cleansing without any evidences to more than 28 family. 888 more words

فاطمة رضا

Good News From Alabama After New Orleans' Political Correctness

by Al Benson Jr.

Many of us have watched, almost dumbstruck, at the rampant cultural genocide being displayed in New Orleans. The cultural Marxists there, from the mayor on down, have simply run amuck, basically doing what they wanted the way they wanted. 899 more words

Short Film On The Injustice Being Suffered By the People Of Palestine.

This is a nicely presented short film, giving us a stylish insight into the plight of the people of Palestine. It’s well worth watching and sharing in an effort to help defend a people who have been, and still are being, grossly mistreated by the rogue state of Israel and its Zionist allies.

Palestine deserves to be free.

Israel

Palestinian Nakba Day ~ Over 700,000 forced to leave Palestine in 1948: nowadays the Zionist colony seals off all the Palestinians, a people of captives in their own home

People across the world are commemorating the Nakba Day which marks the anniversary of the forcible eviction of hundreds of thousands of Palestinians from their homeland by Israelis in 1948. 679 more words

Palestine

Aung San Suu Kyi: A Hero turned Villain?

Her silence on the issue of genocide and persecution of the Muslim Rohingya minority in Myanmar was questionable, with widespread violence and terror against the Muslim Rohingya minority and other minorities in the Rakhine state, how could Suu Kyi not be aware that her people were being persecuted and still not do or say anything to condemn these actions? 449 more words

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