• What do Palestinians really want?

    8 answers · Israel · 23 hours ago
  • What's your opinion on Korina?

    6 answers · Israel · 1 day ago
  • When did israel plan out 9/11?

    18 answers · Israel · 1 week ago
  • Can you name any country in Africa?

    Best answer: Uganda, Botswana, Nigeria, Niger, Kenya, Namibia, Tanzania, Zimbabwe, Morocco, Algeria, Tunisia, Libya, Sudan, Somalia, Madagascar, South Africa, Egypt, Angola, Ethiopia, Kenya, Ivory Coast, Benin, Ghana, Cameroon, Liberia, Sierra Leone

    That's all off the top of my head
    Best answer: Uganda, Botswana, Nigeria, Niger, Kenya, Namibia, Tanzania, Zimbabwe, Morocco, Algeria, Tunisia, Libya, Sudan, Somalia, Madagascar, South Africa, Egypt, Angola, Ethiopia, Kenya, Ivory Coast, Benin, Ghana, Cameroon, Liberia, Sierra Leone

    That's all off the top of my head
    5 answers · Egypt · 4 days ago
  • Why do non-jews complain about Jews being racist in Israel when they are antisemitic in their own country?

    It's the same thing, non-Jews hate Jews in their country, Jews have the right to hate you in their country
    It's the same thing, non-Jews hate Jews in their country, Jews have the right to hate you in their country
    13 answers · Israel · 1 week ago
  • What is Ashkenazi?

    Best answer: They are a cultural group in Jewish culture. There are 3 major cultural groups in Judaism. Ashkenazi, Sephardic and Mizrahi Jews. The first are Jews from predominantly Northern Europe. The second are Jews from Southern Europe and the Third are Jews who lived in the Middle East and North Africa.
    Best answer: They are a cultural group in Jewish culture. There are 3 major cultural groups in Judaism. Ashkenazi, Sephardic and Mizrahi Jews. The first are Jews from predominantly Northern Europe. The second are Jews from Southern Europe and the Third are Jews who lived in the Middle East and North Africa.
    12 answers · Israel · 1 week ago
  • Why do Anti-Semites hate Israel?

    Best answer: Anti semites don't hate Israel.
    Anti Zionist hate Israel.

    Anti Zionism is not anti semitism.

    Jews intentionally conflate the two things to silence the criticisms against their aggression and atrocities against Palestinians
    Best answer: Anti semites don't hate Israel.
    Anti Zionist hate Israel.

    Anti Zionism is not anti semitism.

    Jews intentionally conflate the two things to silence the criticisms against their aggression and atrocities against Palestinians
    15 answers · Israel · 1 week ago
  • Have you ever been to the land of Israel?

    Best answer: No, but I'm going there next summer 2019........

    I'll be going to Jerusalem and Tel Aviv...

    I will be spending more days in Jerusalem because I want to explore ALL of Jerusalem...

    Then I'll be wrapping it up in Tel Aviv.......

    Should be great, just 11 more months.....
    Best answer: No, but I'm going there next summer 2019........

    I'll be going to Jerusalem and Tel Aviv...

    I will be spending more days in Jerusalem because I want to explore ALL of Jerusalem...

    Then I'll be wrapping it up in Tel Aviv.......

    Should be great, just 11 more months.....
    12 answers · Israel · 1 week ago
  • Describe Antisemites In One Word?

    27 answers · Israel · 2 weeks ago
  • Will there ever be peace between Israelis and Palestinians?

    Best answer: Eventually, probably....

    The thing is that no one alive will likely see that ever come to be. With the way things are now, it'll be a very long time before true peace becomes a reality.
    Best answer: Eventually, probably....

    The thing is that no one alive will likely see that ever come to be. With the way things are now, it'll be a very long time before true peace becomes a reality.
    9 answers · Israel · 1 week ago
  • Why is internet in israel so bad?

    6 answers · Israel · 1 week ago
  • Will Palestinians EVER hold a protest for peace?

    Best answer: NO !! Sorry, There is no such thing as a Palsetinian people; no such thing as a Palsetinian history; and no Palsetinian language exists. There has never been any independent, sovereign Palsetinian state in all of recorded history. They are the Arabs who call themselves Palestinians. They are indistinguishable from... show more
    Best answer: NO !!
    Sorry, There is no such thing as a Palsetinian people; no such thing as a Palsetinian history; and no Palsetinian language exists. There has never been any independent, sovereign Palsetinian state in all of recorded history.
    They are the Arabs who call themselves Palestinians.

    They are indistinguishable from those Arabs who live in the surrounding artificial states such as Iraq, Jordan, Saudi Arabia or the other entities throughout the Middle East created by the colonial powers, France and Britain. Both powers were victorious after the Ottoman Turkish Empire lay defeated at the end of World War I.

    Both of these European powers carved artificial borders across the corpse of what had been Turkey’s empire in the Middle East, and both France and Britain have left a resulting legacy of war and violence ever since. One such territory, previously occupied by Ottoman Turkey for 400 years, was the geographical entity known sometimes as Palestine.

    But there is no such thing as a Palestinian people; no such thing as a Palestinian history; and no Palestinian language exists. There has never been any independent, sovereign Palestinian state in all of recorded history – let alone an Arab independent state of Palestine.

    You will search in vain for Palestinian Arab coinage or Palestinian Arab archaeological artefacts specifically related to any Palestinian Arab king or ancient leader. But what you will find are coins, pottery, ancient scrolls, all providing conclusive, empirical and millennial evidence of Jewish civilization dotting the land known correctly as Israel – not Palestine.


    The present-day so-called “Palestinians” are an Arab people sharing an overwhelmingly Muslim Arab culture, ethnicity and language identical to their fellow Arabs in the Middle East and North Africa, with few if any distinctions.

    Yasser Arafat, the arch-terrorist, who imposed himself undemocratically upon the Arabs who call themselves Palestinians, was fond of repeating the absurd myth that Palestinian Arabs were descended from the Canaanites and the Philistines. As we know, the bigger the lie, the bigger the number of people will believe it. And so Arafat twisted history in order to disinherit the indigenous native people of the land: the Jews.

    Canaanites, without doubt, were the first known inhabitants of the Land of Israel before the first Hebrews, Abraham, Isaac, Jacob and their wives, settled there, and before Moses brought their descendants back to the Promised Land during the Exodus from Egypt.

    The Canaanites lived both along the coastal plain and in the mountain regions, which run like a spine down the biblical territory of Samaria and Judea. Their language was similar to Hebrew and their territory stretched north into present day Lebanon and included the present day Golan Heights.

    The Canaanites were finally subdued during the reign of King David. Most Canaanites were gradually assimilated into the Jewish people and were no longer a distinguishable people.

    After the 8th century BC, the Canaanites no longer existed and the only people, therefore, who can trace back an historic link to ancient Canaan are the Jews, not the Palestinian Arabs. So much for Arafat’s nonsense and for the on-going attempts by today’s Palestinian Arabs, financed by vast Arab oil wealth, to hoodwink the world.

    The term “Philistines” provides the source from which the term “Palestinians” is derived. Like the Arabs who gave themselves the concocted name “Palestinian,” the Philistines were alien peoples who entered the land from the Mediterranean isles. That is why they were also known as the Sea People.

    The modern “Palestinian Arabs” are primarily the descendants of itinerant Arabs who illegally flooded British Mandatory Palestine from Arab territories as far away as Sudan, Egypt, Syria and what was Mesopotamia (modern Iraq). They were attracted during the early decades of the 20th century by new employment opportunities provided by the Jewish pioneers, whose heroic efforts were turning the desert green again and restoring centuries of neglect that the land had endured under a succession of alien occupiers. Joan Peters proved this in her seminal work on the subject.


    Britain, during its Mandate over the territory, turned a blind eye to the flood of illegal Arab aliens entering, while at the same time often arbitrarily limiting Jewish immigration into their ancient, biblical and ancestral homeland. This was a betrayal of the Mandate given to Britain to facilitate a Jewish Homeland in the geographical territory known as Palestine.

    The Philistines were non-Semitic peoples who had entered the land from their homes throughout the Aegean Islands in general and from Crete in particular. These ancient Cretans arrived in Southern Canaan and along the Egyptian coastline and were known as “Pelestim (from the Hebrew root for invaders)and Keretim” by the Hebrew tribes. It appears that their first settlement may have been Gaza. Later they settled in Ashdod, Ashkelon, Gat and Ekron: the Pentapolis.

    Their territory was primarily along the coastal Mediterranean; interestingly, a territory not dissimilar to the present day Gaza. They attempted at different times to invade Judah but were turned back by the various Jewish biblical heroes and finally defeated by King David. From that time onwards they were diminished as a threat and as a separate people, finally disappearing from history and any “Palestinian” Arab attempt to claim a lineage with them is as absurd as that of links with the early Canaanites.

    Moving fast forward to 73 AD, the first attempt of the Jews to reclaim their independence from the repressive yoke of Roman occupation ended when Jewish warriors and their families fled to the fortress of Masada from Jerusalem. The Romans had destroyed the Jewish capital city along with the Second Jewish Temple... ETC ETC ETC
    9 answers · Israel · 1 week ago
  • Where does Lucius Ehrlichmann gets his so called "facts" from?

    Best answer: Comes to him naturally, he is a Pathological lair.. This from the New Scientist !!! Liars’ brains make fibbing come naturally The brains of pathological liars have structural abnormalities that could make lying come naturally. “Some people have an edge up on others in their ability to tell lies,” says a top... show more
    Best answer: Comes to him naturally, he is a Pathological lair..

    This from the New Scientist !!!

    Liars’ brains make fibbing come naturally

    The brains of pathological liars have structural abnormalities that could make lying come naturally.

    “Some people have an edge up on others in their ability to tell lies,” says a top psychologist at the University of Southern California in Los Angeles. “They are better wired for the complex computations involved in sophisticated lies.”

    He found that pathological liars have on average more white matter in their prefrontal cortex, the area of the brain that is active during lying, and less grey matter than people who are not serial fibbers. White matter enables quick, complex thinking while grey matter mediates inhibitions.

    The psychologist said that the combination of extra white matter and less grey matter is giving these people exactly the right mix of traits to make them into liars. These are the first biological differences to be discovered between pathological liars and the general population.

    Systematic manipulation

    ther researchers have used brain imaging to show that the prefrontal cortex is more active when ordinary people tell lies. They are looking for ways to use this as an alternative to the polygraph test.

    But pathological liars are a distinct group who systematically manipulate others, lie or use aliases for financial gain or personal pleasure, such as to get sickness benefits or to skip work. “It’s almost like a livelihood,” says Raine.

    Until now no one has looked at the structure of the brains of this particular group, says psychologist Maureen O’Sullivan of the University of San Francisco in California, who specialises in lying and truthfulness.

    “This is a very interesting study,” says O’Sullivan. But “We don’t know whether they are good liars, all we know is they lie a lot,”

    And, psychologist Bella DePaulo at the University of California, Santa Barbara, who studies deception, also found the study “intriguing” but points out that not all lies are more complex than truths, nor do they necessarily require more inhibition.
    So in reality he is a lying simpleton !!

    She also said “People who know that their fabricated stories may be challenged will sometimes practice telling their false tales. After a while, the made-up story may come to mind more readily than the true one, but they often make mistakes” .
    4 answers · Israel · 7 days ago
  • Where is Fireball?

    12 answers · Saudi Arabia · 2 weeks ago
  • Can anyone convert to Judaism?

    Best answer: Yes. A sincere desire to become a Jew, and the willingness to learn, are the basic requirements. There is a tradition of rabbis trying to dissuade potential converts repeatedly in order to ensure their personal sincerity. Also, many rabbis will not participate in a conversion merely because someone wishes to marry... show more
    Best answer: Yes. A sincere desire to become a Jew, and the willingness to learn, are the basic requirements.

    There is a tradition of rabbis trying to dissuade potential converts repeatedly in order to ensure their personal sincerity. Also, many rabbis will not participate in a conversion merely because someone wishes to marry a Jew. The desire to become a Jew must come from deep inside.
    15 answers · Israel · 2 weeks ago
  • Are there arabs for Israel?

    Best answer: There are a few, but VERY few.
    Best answer: There are a few, but VERY few.
    5 answers · Israel · 1 week ago