May 08, 2019

Israel is “against Islam and Arabs:” Stanford hosts Palestinian “apartheid” event

Keean BexteRebel Contributor

Coinciding with Yom Ha'atzmaut, Israel's independence day, Palestinians across the world mounted demonstrations and protests to fight for their deeply held belief that Israel should not be a Jewish nation.

Typically, this feeling manifests on college campuses, with renewed calls for boycotting Israeli products, or stunts to bring attention to so-called "apartheid Israel.”

Of course, this is all done while unironically they clutch their new iPhones which are built with with components made in Israel.

Stanford University in California had a more eventful week than most, with Palestinian activists publishing a cartoon that the local Jewish club called “anti-Semitic” and “Judeophobic”.

I visited the “apartheid wall” set up by Palestinian activists at Stanford to try to ask them a few questions (which they weren’t keen on answering), as well as to ask random students if they thought Israel was an apartheid state, too.

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commented 2019-05-09 19:18:08 -0400
The United Nations bends over backwards to identify and defend indigenous peoples all over the planet with of course the exception of the true indigenous inhabitants of the land of Israel, the Jews.
Dave Sutton writes the truth that the Islamist United Nations rejects.
commented 2019-05-09 16:55:48 -0400
why not move the “arabs” in palestine to california and quebec. the lefties slime could then coddle them for all their worth. then ISRAEL can have their whole country back as they should NOW.
commented 2019-05-09 11:18:03 -0400
To any muslim reading this I have a question for you regarding the state of “Palestine”. Historically speaking, in 70AD Titus invaded Israel and placed Jerusalem under siege for a full year. After the siege the remaining Jews (starved and near death) were taken into captivity and removed from Israel and scattered across the Roman empire as slaves. Titus had such a hatred for the Jews that he decided to rename Israel to Philistine in order to wipe out the name Israel from history. Today, many still call the land of Israel; “Palestine” out of complete ignorance. Palestine, which is just the Greek name for Philistine (the ancient enemies of Israel, as in ‘David and Goliath’. Goliath was a Philistine) . The point is this. The nation of Palestine NEVER existed historically. There is no such thing as a Palestinian. This was a name issued by Rome (the tyrant of the day) which enforced its will upon everybody it controlled. History provided us with no evidence that a nation called “Palestine” ever existed. The arabs who lived in Israel since 1948 were nothing more than nomads roaming around and living where they chose live but this land has never belonged to them but out of their hatred for the Jewish people they simply adopted the name “Palestinians” to create the illusion that they are a legitimate nation and to make a false claim that the land belongs to them. Archaeologically speaking, all evidence that has been found to date fully supports that the land belongs to the Jewish people and NOT the arabs/muslims. If anything, the Hebrew people have existed long before the arabs came along. The land of Israel belongs to the Jews regardless of what the arabs/muslims say.

Any time you see a protest headed up by muslims you can be sure lies and propaganda are behind every claim they make. The hatred of the muslims against the Jews is so deep seeded that they can’t stomach the idea that the Jews have a legitimate right to exist peacefully. If anything, the religion of “peace” teaches in the koran that every Jew must die for the “sin” of being a Jew. How’s that for being a religion of peace and tolerance?
commented 2019-05-09 10:01:15 -0400
There’s no such thing as Palestine
commented 2019-05-08 23:37:40 -0400
No wonder why they didn’t want to talk to you Keean. They were embarrassed with the [lack of] turnout.
The Norwegian Neanderthals and African Homosapiens met up in Israel, where they lived in harmony. Sounds like they were more civilized than these pro-Palestinian students.
Israel was chosen for more than just a few historical events.
commented 2019-05-08 22:16:10 -0400
Here’s hoping Scheer wins the election and keeps his promise to move Canada’s Embassy to Jerusalem.
commented 2019-05-08 18:16:50 -0400
Since 9/11 – IN THE NAME OF ISLAM (SATAN): 37,154 Attacks, 239,920 Killed, 319,465 Injured that we know of
commented 2019-05-08 18:13:02 -0400
As a Christian, I am offended that Palestinians who came to North America bring their political beef with them. Take it outside (my country), you were allowed/invited/accepted to be a part of our continent. Have some respect for our alliances. Israel is our ally. If you are against Israel as a sovereign state then you are against the U.S and Canada, so you should get out as far as I am concerned. That goes doubly for any who managed to infiltrate government positions.
Keep your politics out of ours.
Glad the event was a flop.
commented 2019-05-08 17:59:18 -0400
Upon reflection of the title of this article, – “Israel is “against Islam and Arabs:” Stanford hosts Palestinian “apartheid” event.” – Israel certainly is up against it – as in Islam…just look at a map of the Middle East!
commented 2019-05-08 17:53:18 -0400
To anyone doing, Show-The-Lefties-For-What-They-Are streeters, if you don’t interject sane, rational and informed people into the mix occasionally… personally, I just can’t get past more than a few minutes of listening to the drivel, the nonsense and the irrationality…it’s too ugly.
So Keean, interviewing the Jew helped me to get through the rest…
My God, what a contrast. It’s sad. A mind is a terrible thing to waste…
commented 2019-05-08 15:52:06 -0400
Good report by Keean Bexte. I am not surprised that this anti-Israel/ pro-Palestinian event was lukewarm. How excited can the Islamists get about a lie? At least those few who knew enough about the facts to even get excited. What was that someone said about the banality of evil?