Glazov Moment: Tlaib and Palestinians’ ‘Safe Haven’ for Jews

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In this new Jamie Glazov Moment, Jamie focuses on Tlaib and Palestinians’ ‘Safe Haven’ for Jews, unveiling where heartlessness, lies and Amin al-Husseini meet.

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4 thoughts on “Glazov Moment: Tlaib and Palestinians’ ‘Safe Haven’ for Jews”

  1. Hi Jamie, excellent job describing the history of the conflict between the Jews and Palestinians. I have asked young people about what they know, and I found out that they know very little.
    Islam wants to change history from fact to fiction. I see this in everything starting with Obama’s lies about Christians. When SA wanted to print history books for the schools in the US. And just recently last week where there was someone doing the prayer from the Quran in the house chambers. They will then create a lie from that. And how are these people getting into government when they not a true Americans. We are not vetting them by there principles. This is a Christians nation founded on Christians principles not on Islam.

  2. Very good Jamie, just a few small details.

    It must be remembered that Zionism brings prosperity to Judea. Region that is rather abandoned, read on this subject the testimonies of people who traveled there in the 18th century.

    That to be well treated, find a good hospital, you had to go to Lebanon.

    That we can say that from 1936 onwards the prosperity really begins to emerge, thanks to Zionism.

    Also, when you say the Arabs fought the Jewish presence, Jewish immigration, you have to be careful.

    Let me explain. There is a scenario which is used by the anti-Zionists, which tends to want to make believe that THE Arabs would have from 1920 fought the Jewish presence. It turns out that many Arabs come to settle in Palestine Mandate not to fight Zionism, but to take advantage of it. To benefit from economic growth and better opportunities in terms of quality of life.

    There is a violent anti-Zionist and anti-Jewish movement, headed by Mohammed Amin al-Husseini as you recall in this video, and which has provoked deaths, on the Jewish side as well as on the Arab side. That Mohammed Amin al-Husseini is not loved by Arabs who consider him a bandit who will stir up trouble and discord. That he even kill opponents, I do not have the list in front of me.

    In short, this scenario is repeated by many people to say: “Look, THE Arabs, from the beginning fight the Jewish presense, Zionism.

    This scenario is not the right one.

    Even if Mohammed Amin al-Husseini tries to push as many Arabs as possible to fight as many Arabs as possible against the Jews, and calls the Arabs from Berlin to fight against all Jews, we can not say that all the Arabs are there to fight the Jews.

    There is an Arab immigration for economic reasons. I do not think these Arabs go there to fight Zionism. Correct me if I’m wrong.

    Also, it would be interesting to know how many Arabs participated in the Arab revolt of 1936, and the riots from 1920.

    Good to you.

  3. Good version of my comment, sorry ..

    Very good Jamie, just a few small details.

    It must be remembered that Zionism brings prosperity to Judea. Region that is rather abandoned, read on this subject the testimonies of people who traveled there in the 18th century.

    That to be well treated, find a good hospital, you had to go to Lebanon.

    That we can say that from 1936 onwards the prosperity really begins to emerge, thanks to Zionism.

    Also, when you say the Arabs fought the Jewish presence, Jewish immigration, you have to be careful.

    Let me explain. There is a scenario which is used by the anti-Zionists, which tends to want to make believe that THE Arabs would have from 1920 fought the Jewish presence. It turns out that many Arabs come to settle in Palestine Mandate not to fight Zionism, but to take advantage of it. To benefit from economic growth and better opportunities in terms of quality of life.

    There is a violent anti-Zionist and anti-Jewish movement, headed by Mohammed Amin al-Husseini as you recall in this video, and which has provoked deaths, on the Jewish side as well as on the Arab side. That Mohammed Amin al-Husseini is not loved by Arabs who consider him a bandit who will stir up trouble and discord. That he even kill opponents, I do not have the list in front of me.

    In short, this scenario is repeated by many people to say: “Look, THE Arabs, from the beginning fight the Jewish presense, Zionism.

    This scenario is not the right one.

    Even if Mohammed Amin al-Husseini tries to push as many Arabs as possible to fight as many Arabs as possible against the Jews, and calls the Arabs from Berlin to fight against all Jews, we can not say that all the Arabs are there to fight the Jews.

    There is an Arab immigration for economic reasons. I do not think these Arabs go there to fight Zionism. Correct me if I’m wrong.

    Also, it would be interesting to know how many Arabs participated in the Arab revolt of 1936, and the riots from 1920.

    Good to you.

    1. “Hillel Cohen (2008). Army of Shadows: Palestinian Collaboration with Zionism, 1917–1948. University of California Press. pp. 128–. ISBN 978-0-520-25221-9.

      “the silencing of the opposition and humiliation of its leaders continued in the months that followed. In July 1938 an armed squad appeared at the home of a family of Nashashibi supporters in the village of Beit Rima, …Before they left, the gang offered an explanation for their behavior: The jihad, they said, was directed against any person who did not obey the mufti. In the passion of the moment, they revealed the militants’ fundamental tenet: Their national struggle was a religious holy war, and the incarnation of both the Palestinian Arab nation and Islam was Hajj Amin al-Husseini. Anyone who rejected his leadership was a heretic and his life was forfeit.”

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