Australia needs a “Nakba Day” like it needs a ‘tax on carbon’.
For those unfamiliar with the termâ€“ “nakba” means “catastrophe” in Arabic, and often refers to the day in which the state of Israel was re-created in 1948.
A Supreme Court judge has dismissed an application by police to prevent a pro-Palestine protest going ahead this evening, saying Nakba Day should be regarded like Anzac Day or Christmas Day.Â Â Â HOORAY FOR NAKBA DAYÂ Â (Tim Blair)
Where do they breed these freaks?
Arab MK: Nakba Equal to Destruction of Jewish Temples!
These are the same creeps who claim there never was a Jewish Temple or any Jewish life in Jerusalem:
Israeli-Arab lawmakers lined up to incite against Israel on Tuesday saying the creation of the Jewish state was the “equivalent to the destruction of the First and Second [Jewish] Temples.”—More on the First and Second Temples atÂ Arutz ShevaÂ thanks to Mullah
Elder of Ziyon:
Meanwhile, in Jerusalem:
The Jerusalem PostÂ reports:
- To Abbas, NGOs aren’t for human rights – they’re for bashing Israel
- Gazans threaten Red Cross and UN. World yawns.
Nakba in literary terms means a natural catastrophe such as an earthquake, volcano, or hurricane. However, the Nakba in Palestine describes a process ofÂ ethnic cleansingÂ in which anÂ unarmed nation has been destroyedÂ and its population displacedÂ to be replaced systematicallyÂ by another nation. Unlike a natural catastrophe, the Palestinian Nakba was the result of aÂ man-made military plan with the agreement of other states,Â leading to a major tragedy for the Palestinian people.
Who started the war again? Oh, yeah, the “unarmed nation” of Arabs in Palestine whoÂ immediately started killing Jewish civiliansÂ after the UN partition resolution. They were then joined by their compatriots from neighboring Arab states.
Â Tony BLiar ‘concerned:’
Yasmin Alibhai-Brown whines about Israel’s “state barbarism”