Happy Nakba Day! Celebrating Hate Is A ‘Palestinian’ Pastime

Written by Audrey Russo on May 15, 2013

457px-Nakba_Day_2010_Hebron (1)It’s been 65 years since the most persecuted people group in recorded history received the re-birth of their country. Something to truly celebrate. Since the Diaspora (the first one began when Nebuchadnezzar deported the Hebrews in 597 BC), the Jewish people have been longing to come back to their homeland.

On May 14, 1948, Israel was finally granted permission to come home. But to Muslims. .. that was a no-no. Once a land is conquered by Islam, it belongs to Islam forever.

The UN Partition of 1947 granted Israel a tiny chopped up piece of land along the Mediterranean coast, the eastern Galilee, and the Negev desert. The remaining land would have been a “Palestinian” state, which the “Palestinians” (together with the rest of the Arab world), rejected unequivocally. Their solution was to instead join five Arab nations in an attempt to wipe out the tiny budding Israel. The nations: Egypt, Syria, Iraq, Lebanon, Jordan, Saudi Arabia declared war on Israel.

Like big, violent babies, they didn’t like the deal so they decided to wipe out the other party … which didn’t happen…

So, decades later … they call the day of Israel’s rebirth, Nakba or “catastrophe”. It has become another celebration of hate in the “Palestinian’” calendar and commemorated on May 15th. They celebrate suicide bombings. They honor “successful” suicide bombers by naming streets, sports tournaments and recreational areas after them. They rejoice in the streets of the PA-controlled areas dancing and handing out candy whenever another Jew is murdered. They teach their children, right out of the womb, that Jews are evil and should be eliminated. And they continue to teach Jew-hatred in the schools and on children’s TV.

Celebrating hate, is a pastime of the “Palestinians’”…

These perpetual faux victims, known as “Palestinians” have spent most of their time disseminating hatred for Jews and the Jewish State. And their “Nakba Day” is just another clear sign, for all to see, that: There will never be peace with a people group who live to hate.

Shalom through strength…

Image: Palestinian girl in a protest on Nakba Day 2010, Hebron, West Bank; author: Shy halatzi; Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike 3.0 Unported license

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Audrey Russo is the Host of the weekly REELTalk Radio Show (NYC). Audrey writes a column for ClashDaily.com and handles Middle East/National Security/Terrorism/Cultural Issues, and her articles can be read in several other news/opinion journals. She is also a contributor on Barbwire.com. Audrey's Radio Show can also be heard on the Leading Edge Radio Network. Audrey is also an active member of the NYC performing arts community as a singer and actor.