From the River to the Sea
Yahoo! News is at it again.
The fog of war and propaganda is so thick, I can’t see two feet in front of my face. I saw another article online today that proves that.
This week, Yahoo gave aid and comfort to the enemy by publishing an article that offers absurd explanations for the genocidal “From the River to the Sea” mantra shouted by pro-Hamas supporters. It’s important to understand though, that this phrase found its origins from the PLO, or the so-called “Palestinian Authority.”
Simply put, the meaning is obvious: the Arabs aim to destroy the Jewish state. The phrase refers specifically—and only—to the territory between the Jordan River and the Mediterranean Sea. Those are the current borders of the state of Israel.
“From the River to the Sea” has been a long-used genocidal declaration from the Palestinians. Now it is being uttered by tragically ignorant college students…in America. I should say, some are ignorant. Incredibly, some do know what they are saying. They are monsters, every bit as much as the active terrorists. Terrorism has many arms, among them the Fifth Column rabble-rousers and the Media.
It is the Media that does the most damage. Because Yahoo’s overseers demand the propaganda continue 24/7, this week it was decided to attempt to do damage-control since the phrase is used so much now. Once people understand exactly the meaning of River to Sea, it becomes necessary to lie to them, as “journalists” like Peter Jennings did immediately after 9/11, when he held a townhall to whitewash Islam.
In this case this week, the article backdrop was the congressional censure of the fiendish Rashida Tlaib, who has used the phrase. She knows exactly what it means, but uses the Media to fool Americans:
“The phrase, which Tlaib has defended as ‘an aspirational call for freedom, human rights and peaceful coexistence, not death, destruction or hate,’ has not only become a flashpoint for dispute in Washington; it has echoed across college campuses and in cities throughout the country in recent weeks as pro-Palestinian activists protest the heavy civilian toll of Israel’s war against Hamas. The slogan has prompted charges of antisemitism and fueled an increasingly bitter debate over the conflict, its root causes and how it should be waged — and what position the United States should be taking as it rages on.”
Again, the phrase itself is very, very obvious. It is the task of the terrorists to muddy that.
Get a load of this:
“The decades-old phrase has a complicated backstory that has led to radically different interpretations by Israelis and Palestinians — and by Americans who support them.
“’The reason why this term is so hotly disputed is because it means different things to different people,’ said Dov Waxman, a professor of Israel studies at UCLA, adding that ‘the conflicting interpretations have kind of grown over time.’”
No, it doesn’t mean different things.
Even the article itself reveals the obvious truth, but they are counting on people not understanding history or geopolitics.
“For many Palestinians, the phrase now has a dual meaning, representing their desire for a right of return to the towns and villages from which their families were expelled in 1948, as well as their hope for an independent Palestinian state, incorporating the West Bank, which abuts the Jordan River, and the Gaza Strip, which hugs the coastline of the Mediterranean.”
That exact scenario literally means that Israel disappears. And make no mistake: The Arabs of ’48 lost their homes because the Arab League told them to leave, then they could return in a few weeks once the Zionist enemy is vanquished. Because they Jews refused to die, Israel survived. That is the key to that quoted piece of the article above; “returning” to ’48 lines means literally that Israel won’t survive. And even those that advocate a “One-State” solution, meaning, a bi-national state not known as Israel means Israel disappears.
The Yahoo news article aiming to fool people, to lie to them about the Arabs’ genocidal aims, is diabolical. It is as evil as what is going on with Hamas. I’m disgusted by this article.
Now more than ever, it’s important to filter-out truth from error.
And there’s a lot of error.
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