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Posted on 06/16/2019 11:08:07 AM PDT by rktman
On May 31, the cry went out from Times Square, New York City, to annihilate Israel and extend the terror war against the Jewish state to America.
As they did in Beirut, Berlin, London, Tehran, and Dearborn, Michigan, Israel-haters gathered at Times Square to call for Israels dissolution on the day the Iranian regime has determined to be Al Quds Day, that is, Jerusalem Day.
The Middle East Media Research Institute (MEMRI) posted a video of the event. In it, a series of speakers called over and over again for Israels annihilation, voiced support for terrorists and terrorism and called for the war against Israel to come to New York.
Nate Chase from the World Workers Party led the crowd in chanting, We dont want not two state! We want 48!
That is, we dont want to partition the land mass west of the Jordan River. We want to annihilate Israel, which was established in 1948.
Chase continued, Because every inch from the [Jordan] river to the [Mediterranean] sea is Palestine!
Israel does not exist! It has not existed, it doesnt exist, and it will never exist! There is only Palestine! he cried.
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And it is the homeland of the Jewish Palestinians we call "Israelis".
What idgits..... that which been foretold will transpire.
What idgits..... that which has been foretold will transpire.
Nate Chase from the World Workers Party ...Israel does not exist! It has not existed, it doesnt exist, and it will never exist! There is only Palestine! he cried.
Yawn. Take a number. Get in line. The dustbin of History needs to be emptied again. Be patient. You’ll get there. In the interim, rant and rave and bluster.
A frigging commie.
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