Tuesday, February 20, 2018

Dershowitz on Nothing Left

Michael Lumish

Nothing Left
This week Michael Burd and Alan Freedman feature eminent US lawyer and Israel advocate, Alan Dershowitz who is shortly visiting Australia as a guest of the UIA, and then hear from a senior journalist with Ha'aretz, Judy Maltz on why young American Jews are deserting Israel.

The guys also caught up with Israeli social innovator Gidi Grinstein who has a novel way of taking Israeli know-how to the world, and hear Isi Leibler's take on PM Netanyahu's legal issues.

3 min Editorial:  NIF and illegal African immigrants in Israel

9 min Alan Dershowitz, high profile US lawyer and Israel advocate

33 min Judy Maltz, senior journalist with Ha’aretz

52 min Gidi Grinstein, Reut group, social innovator

1 hr 30 Isi Leibler in Jerusalem, on PM Netanyahu’s issue

The podcast can also be found on the J-Air website.

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NOTHING LEFT can be heard live each Tuesday 9-11am on FM 87.8 in the Caulfield area, or via the J-Air website www.j-air.com.au

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13 comments:

  1. Brilliant explanation of Anti-Semitism
    by famous Jewish comedian:


    www.jewishworldreview.com/0914/mason090814.php3

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    Why do people hate Israel?
    by Dennis Prager


    www.jewishjournal.com/dennis_prager/article/why_do_people_hate_israel

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    Rabbi Aryeh Kaplan taught:

    “We can and must fight anti-Semitism. But how?

    First we must educate ourselves, through books, through interviews, and through friendly talks with our neighbors, whether Jewish or Christian.

    We must understand the reasons for bigotry, wherever it appears. We must always be ready to speak up for our people, armed with the confidence of knowledge.”

    SOURCE: Faces and Facets
    (part III, chapter 5, page 135, article titled:
    Keeping the Faith) by Rabbi Aryeh Kaplan,
    year 1993 CE, Moznaim Publishing Corporation,
    Brooklyn, New York

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  2. Abbas claimed yesterday at the UN that Palestinians are Canaanites. I thought, man that guy is nuts then I realized the Canaanites worshiped Moloch. He may be on to something.

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    1. That's on Mondays. On Tuesdays Palestinians were descended from the Canaanite "Arabs." On Wednesdays they are the Jebusites. On Thursdays Jerusalem is their eternal capital. On Fridays they swear they're going to wipe out the Jews. On Saturdays they try. And on Sundays Jesus was a Palestinian.
      That's just a typical week in the Palestine racket.

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    2. Racket. Good word. That's what it is, of course, to anyone who has researched the subject to any degree. That excludes most of the "world community," who believe any garbage they are fed as long as it disses Israel.

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    3. Hey Jeff, that was beautiful.

      I laughed my ass off!

      The gullibility of our Euro friends never ceases to amaze me.

      They honestly believe that we fail to be "humane" to the poor innocent, indigenous, Palestinian-Arab bunny-rabbits and that is why they cannot keep themselves from teaching their children to hate and murder Jews.

      What that means, obviously, is that the reason that our people continue be murdered in the Middle East is because they are mean.

      That must be the thinking on the part of the progressive-left, no?

      The Jews are means and the "Palestinians" are resisting this insidious meaness wherein Jews have become Nazis.

      Ya know what?

      Fuck 'em.

      I have many friends on the Left and I still believe in some of those essential values, but the movement is not a friend to the Jewish people and neither is the Democratic Party.

      I wish more Jewish people would look beyond ideology and face that fact.

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    4. In a sane world, Palestinians would be abhorred and shunned for their barbarity and child abuse/hate teaching. How are Palestinian youth any different from Hitler Youth in their hate and indoctrination? It's like I entered a Bizarro parallel world and didn't know it.

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    5. The funny thing, Doodad, is that if you read Arabic and German you probably could draw a historical line from the Hitler Youth to the contemporary Arafat Kids, if you get me.

      I would have to back into the secondary sources, but I am pretty sure that the Hitler Youth had a sort-of Arab wing in Israel thru the 30s and early 40s.

      Please do not hold me to this, because I would need to go back into the material, but we certainly know that the local Arabs were pro Hitler and many waved the Nazi flag in Israel... in Jerusalem.

      That much is certain, but nobody discusses it.

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    6. Mike,
      I'm glad you enjoyed my rendition of 'That was the week that was,' Palestine edition.

      BTW, American democracy as we have known it is in deep doo doo.

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    7. Ive read some stuff and you are right Mike. Nazis were wildly popular in Egypt and Syria and of course the Mufti in Jerusalem was fav of Nazis

      "The youth organization established by the Mufti used Nazi emblems, names and uniforms. Germany reciprocated by setting up scholarships for Arab students, hiring Arab apprentices at German firms, and inviting Arab party leaders to the Nuremberg party rallies and Arab military leaders to Wehrmacht maneuvers. "

      http://www.discoverthenetworks.org/viewSubCategory.asp?id=1435

      "During the “Great Arab Revolt” of 1936-9, which Al-Husseini helped organize and which Germany funded, the swastika was used as a mark of identity on Arabic leaflets and graffiti. Arab children welcomed each other with the Hitler salute, and a sea of German flags and pictures of Hitler were displayed at celebrations."

      A summary of modern Nazi love among Palestinians

      http://www.palwatch.org/main.aspx?fi=655

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  3. Wow first time in 20 years roads and bridges are closed all around my town due to flooding (back then they built a big dyke which stopped the yearly flooding and provided a neat hiking/bike path.) Couldn't get across the bridge this am. No swarms of locusts yet so that's a relief.

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  4. Doodad said:

    "Abbas claimed yesterday at the UN
    that Palestinians are Canaanites."

    my personal response:

    The ancient Canaanites were Hamitic people, not Semites.

    Most "Palestinians" trace their ancestry to immigrants from Muslim countries, who immigrated to "Palestine" in the 1920s, because of job opportunities created by Jews.

    Ancient Roman historians connected Jews with the Land of Israel:

    http://shilohmusings.blogspot.com/2016/05/guest-post-cornelius-tacticus.html

    https://shilohmusings.blogspot.com/2017/02/guest-post-josephus-vs-muslim-liars.html

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    1. If they were Hamitic, give 'em a ham sandwich and tell 'em to shuddup and siddown.

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  5. “In May 1941, a pro-German revolt broke out in Baghdad [Iraq].”

    SOURCE: Churchill and America
    (page 225) by Martin Gilbert, year 2005 CE

    HISTORY NOTE: In 1941, Germany was
    ruled by Adolph Hitler and his Nazi Party.

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