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Old September 12th, 2020 #41
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Bahrain will normalize ties with Israel, Trump announces


By Ron Kampeas September 11, 2020 1:48 pm

WASHINGTON (JTA) — Bahrain will normalize ties with Israel at a White House ceremony next week, President Donald Trump said Friday on Twitter, less than a month after the United Arab Emirates agreed to normalize ties with the Jewish state.

Trump said at the White House that he believed more Arab nations would soon sign on to normalization with Israel, and senior White House adviser Jared Kushner outlined a strategy to the dealmaking: Removing the issue of Palestine as a top priority for Arabs and Muslims, as it has been for decades.

“Another HISTORIC breakthrough today!” Trump exclaimed in his Twitter announcement. “Our two GREAT friends Israel and the Kingdom of Bahrain agree to a Peace Deal – the second Arab country to make peace with Israel in 30 days!”
https://www.jta.org/2020/09/11/israe...rump-announces

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Bahraini Jews constitute one of the world's smallest Jewish communities. Today the community has a synagogue, though disused, and a small Jewish cemetery.[1] Various sources number Bahrain's Jewish community as being from 36 to 50 people.[2]
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Jews are one of several communities that form the core of the liberal middle classes and several are even active in politics. A Jewish businessman, Ebrahim Daoud Nonoo, sat on the appointed upper house of the Bahraini Parliament's Shura Council. In 2005, he was replaced by his niece, Houda Ezra Nonoo. Since 2004, Ms. Nonoo also headed the Bahrain Human Rights Watch Society[12] which has campaigned against the reintroduction of the death penalty in the tiny kingdom. Neither is considered a controversial figure, even among Salafist politicians.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Histor...ews_in_Bahrain
 
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‘Treacherous blow’: Palestinian groups denounce Bahrain-Israel peace deal


11 Sep, 2020 20:24 / Updated 1 day ago

Palestinian factions, from the PLO to Hamas and Islamic Jihad, have condemned Bahrain’s decision to join the UAE in recognizing Israel, calling it a betrayal of the Palestinian cause.

US President Donald Trump announced on Friday that Bahrain will join the Emirates in signing a declaration of peace with Israel next week. The UAE had agreed to recognize Israel last month, the first Arab country to do so in 26 years.

The agreement is “another treacherous blow to the Palestinian cause,” said the Palestinian Liberation Organization (PLO), also known as Fatah.

Bahrain’s step is “extremely dangerous” and “torpedoes the Arab peace initiative, the decisions of the Arab and Islamic summits, and international legitimacy,” the PLO added, calling on Manama to “immediately retreat from this step that causes great harm to the inalienable national rights of the Palestinian people.”
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Similar reactions came from Iran’s former Deputy Foreign Minister Hossein Amir-Abdollahian, who also served as foreign policy adviser to Ali Larijani, speaker of the Iranian parliament until May. He called the Bahraini settlement with the “Zionist entity” a “great betrayal in the liberation of Al-Quds” – the Arabic name for Jerusalem.

“The reckless should not pave the way for the Zionist agenda. They should think about the difficult days ahead and draw lessons from history. Tomorrow it will be [too] late,” Amir-Abdollahian tweeted, adding, “The American lifeline has been corroding for years.”
https://www.rt.com/news/500511-pales...ahrain-israel/
 
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Kosovo’s Jews cheer their Muslim-majority state’s new deal with Israel


By Cnaan Liphshiz September 14, 2020 1:26 pm

(JTA) — For Flori Dedoni, a member of the tiny Jewish community of Kosovo, the news that his country is establishing formal diplomatic ties with Israel is cause for celebration.

Until last week, Israel was among the dozens of countries that had not recognized the Muslim-majority territory sandwiched between Albania and Serbia.

“When someone learns I’m Jewish, they usually ask sometime during the conversation why Israel doesn’t recognize us,” Dedoni said. “Now, finally it’s happening and the feeling is just festive. Plus, I don’t have to explain anymore.”

Israel’s implied recognition of Kosovo is part of a three-way deal announced on Sept. 4 by the White House. According to the announcement, Serbia, which claims ownership of Kosovo’s territory and has fought against international recognition of its declaration of independence in 2008, has agreed to cooperate on some economic issues with the government of the breakaway region.

The deal stipulates that both countries will open embassies in Jerusalem — a development that Israel and the United States are advancing despite opposition by the Palestinians and the European Union, who say that the city should only be recognized as Israel’s capital after a peace deal with the Palestinians.
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But Israel’s position had been met with incomprehension in Kosovo, whose people are overwhelmingly pro-American and have a long tradition of philo-Semitism. During World War II, Kosovars and Albanians famously rescued local Jews and helped refugees fleeing from other Nazi-occupied countries.
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The Kosovar Jews also love Donald Trump. The U.S. president is not known for his popularity in Muslim countries, where many believe he harbors an anti-Muslim animus, including because he has limited travel visas for citizens of several Muslim-majority countries.
https://www.jta.org/2020/09/14/globa...ty-member-says
 
Old September 15th, 2020 #44
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Jews have lived in Bahrain for 140 years. The country’s peace deal with Israel changes their lives.


BY JOSEFIN DOLSTEN SEPTEMBER 15, 2020 6:02 PM

(JTA) — Ebrahim Dahood Nonoo, the leader of Bahrain’s tiny Jewish community, was among the Gulf country’s approximately 50 Jews who thought peace with Israel would never arrive “in our lifetimes.”

“It just didn’t seem possible,” Nonoo told the Jewish Telegraphic Agency from Manama, the capital city where he lives with his wife.
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Israel only has relations with two other Arab nations in the region, and most of its neighbors have long isolated the Jewish state and at times even gone to war with it.

“We can talk to our relatives and we can feel more comfortable now about going and coming. It actually changes quite a lot,” said Nonoo, a businessman who in 2001 became the first Jewish person appointed to serve on to the country’s Shura Council, the upper chamber of its National Assembly.
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The Jewish community in Bahrain, an island nation of some 1.5 million people, dates back about 140 years to the late 1800s, when a group of Iraqi Jews arrived in search of economic opportunities. (...) “They were kind of misfits coming out of Iraq,” Nonoo said of the first arrivals. “In other words, they weren’t getting anywhere in Iraq, so they decided to try their luck in Bahrain.”

A smaller number of Jews also settled in Bahrain from Iran at around the same time. At its height in the 1920s and ’30s, the community had about 800 members, according to Nonoo, though others have said the number was as high as 1,500. Though community members mixed socially with Bahraini Muslims, they mainly married within the community and lived close to each other in Manama. Members continued to speak a Jewish dialect of Iraqi Arabic and still do.

In 1935, a member of the Cartier family, the Jewish clan who founded the eponymous jewelry company, passed through on a business trip and ended up donating money to build a synagogue and bring in a rabbi, according to Nonoo. Over the next 10 years, the community continued to flourish economically and gathered in the synagogue for services.

“[That] was a fantastic time for all of them,” Nonoo said.
https://www.jta.org/2020/09/15/globa...es-their-lives

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The pro-jewish, pro-Israel, anti-Palestinian dictator and murderer al-Sisi brags about how he grew up in a jewish neighborhood in Cairo, and how he watched jews go to the synagogue unhindered (that's the kind of society that he apparently wants to live in):


https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Abdel_Fattah_el-Sisi


https://www.reuters.com/article/uk-e...0DP11620140509
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Jew-lackey and ruthless dictator Hosni Mubarak assisted the jews in their genocide against the Palestinians by helping Pissrael to enforce the devastating blockade of Gaza:


https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Blocka...the_Gaza_Strip


https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rafah_Border_Crossing

When pro-Palestinian Mohamed Morsi was elected president by the Egyptian people, he eased the blockade by opening the Rafah border crossing. Then Morsi was overthrown by the fanatical jew-lackey Abdel Fattah al-Sisi who closed the crossing:


https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rafah_Border_Crossing


https://www.middleeasteye.net/opinio...t-palestinians
 
Old September 22nd, 2020 #47
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Azerbaijan may not be a particularly important country, but I'm nevertheless posting the following article here:

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Azerbaijan hopes its new Museum of Mountain Jews will (eventually) spark tourism revival


BY LARRY LUXNER SEPTEMBER 22, 2020 11:07 AM

KRASNAIYA SLOBODA, Azerbaijan (JTA) — A 19th-century silver Kiddush cup. Faded Soviet propaganda magazines from the 1920s. Clandestine letters mailed from the front by Jewish soldiers battling Nazis. Medallions from Azerbaijan’s bruising 1992 war against Armenia.

These are among hundreds of artifacts on display at Azerbaijan’s new Museum of Mountain Jews in the remote town of Krasnaiya Sloboda, an all-Jewish shtetl of about 3,500 inhabitants and two active synagogues 25 miles south of the Azerbaijani-Russian border.

The only problem: The global pandemic has prompted Azerbaijan to close its borders to foreign tourists. As a result, the museum is closed until further notice.

It was to have been inaugurated earlier this year by President Ilham Aliyev and the three Russian Jewish oligarchs who financed its construction. Invited guests from Israel and elsewhere were scheduled to attend.

But everything was canceled after the coronavirus first appeared in Azerbaijan.
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Azerbaijan is home to about 24,000 Jews, according to local leaders. Some 4,000 are Ashkenazim who live in the capital, Baku. The rest are so-called Mountain Jews, who have distinct cultural, linguistic and religious traditions that sometimes more closely resemble those of their Muslim neighbors rather than those of other Jews.
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One of the museum’s greatest treasures is the Slashed Book, a siddur used by a local rabbi hundreds of years ago to protect himself from the sword of a Muslim general whose army had come to attack Jews living in the area.

“The general tried to stab the rabbi, but instinctively the rabbi held the prayer book in front of him and it got cut in half — nothing happened to him,” said Pisakh Issakov, the top appointed municipal official in Krasnaiya Sloboda. “The Muslim saw this as a sign: ‘If your religion protects you this much, I have nothing to do here.’ That book has been passed from generation to generation, and now it has come back to us.”

The museum’s construction was financed by Russian billionaire property developer God Semenovich Nisanov, a vice president of the World Jewish Congress, along with two other Moscow-based Jewish oligarchs also born in Krasnaiya Sloboda: businessman Zarakh Iliev and German Zakharyaev, vice president of the Euro-Asian Jewish Congress.
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While about 95% of Azerbaijan is Muslim, the country’s Jews say they get along very well with their neighbors. The government, which has been led by Aliyev since 2003, has kept a tight lid on Islamic extremism.
https://www.jta.org/2020/09/22/globa...ourism-revival
 
Old September 24th, 2020 #48
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Some influential jews in Azerbaijan:

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Yevsey Yakovlevich Gindes (Azerbaijani: Yevsey Yakovleviç Gindes, Russian: Евсей Яковлевич Гиндес; 1872–1954), was an Azerbaijani statesman and pediatrician of Jewish[1] origin who served as the Minister of Healthcare of Azerbaijan Democratic Republic, and was member of Azerbaijani National Council and later Parliament of Azerbaijan.[2] Gindes is considered the founder of modern pediatrics science in Azerbaijan.[3]
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Yevsey_Gindes

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Yevda Sasunovich Abramov (Azerbaijani: Yevda Sasunoviç Abramov; 12 June 1948 – 6 December 2019) was an Azerbaijani politician. He served as a Member of the National Assembly of Azerbaijan from 2005 until his death in 2019.[1] and Deputy chairman of Azerbaijani National Assembly's Committee on Human Rights. Abramov was a Mountain Jew, representing part of the Azerbaijani Jewish community.[2][3]
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Yevda_Abramov

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US is committed to preserving Israel’s qualitative military edge, defense chief Mark Esper says


September 23, 2020 10:44 am

(JTA) — The United States is committed to preserving Israel’s qualitative military edge in the Middle East, Defense Secretary Mark Esper told his Israeli counterpart.

“A cornerstone of our defense relationship is preserving Israel’s qualitative military edge in the region,” Esper told Defense Minister Benny Gantz at the Pentagon on Tuesday.

“The United States is committed to that, and the Department of Defense is committed to that imperative. We will continue to support the longstanding U.S. policy to maintain Israel’s security.”

His comments came on the same day that Reuters reported that the United States is negotiating the sale of F-35 stealth fighter jets to the United Arab Emirates and plans to have a letter of agreement prepared by early December.
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U.S. law mandates that Israel’s qualitative military edge in the region must be preserved, including in any U.S. arms sales.
https://www.jta.org/quick-reads/us-i...ark-esper-says

And if we point out that jews control the US, we're labeled crazy antisemitic tinfoil hat conspiracy theorists...
 
Old September 27th, 2020 #50
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Diplomacy built Israeli-Arab peace. The private sector will sustain it.


Dana Stroul
September 23, 2020 11:30 am

(JTA) — Less than 100 years after Israel’s founding as the homeland for the Jewish people in 1948, the “Arab-Israeli conflict” appears to be winding down. The Sept. 15 White House ceremony celebrating a peace treaty between Israel and the United Arab Emirates, and a peace declaration between Israel and Bahrain, marks another advance in Israel’s regional integration. It also delinks resolution of Israel’s conflict with the Palestinians and the creation of an independent Palestinian state from the broader question of its acceptance by the rest of the Arab world.

As the normalization train moves forward, the most pressing question is when, not if, another country jumps aboard.

Though the Israeli-Palestinian conflict remains unresolved, the promise of a warm peace among Israeli, Emirati and Bahraini citizens and businesspeople has the potential to change the region in profound ways by demonstrating the tangible, real-world benefits of people-to-people ties and cooperation.
https://www.jta.org/2020/09/23/opini...ill-sustain-it
 
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Jews are winning a diplomatic political war they been fighting for decades. Many arab/islamic nations that had once had little to no relations with them are now making deals with them. Kushner has been a very busy boy. Whats the current list now in these last 2 months something like 5 or 6 countries have just miraculously at the same time decided we will have a working relationship with the israelis. Interesting to see how this is going to play out, I believe its because israel needs some friends in the region as iran grows more and more powerful they want to use their other arab buddies to counter that power. This of course all the while they continue to bomb syria and lebanon without provocation destroying and killing their enemies. Expect to see israeli companies moving in and making deals in areas they had little to no access to.
 
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Jews are winning a diplomatic political war they been fighting for decades. Many arab/islamic nations that had once had little to no relations with them are now making deals with them.
That's because the jews have managed to corrupt the so-called leaders of these Arab countries. Middle Easterners have their greedy, opportunistic cucks/sell-outs too, just like white people. I'm sure that most Arabs/Muslims are outraged at these disgraceful "peace deals", but if they protest publicly, they risk getting thrown in jail, tortured and killed.

Muslim countries that are controlled by jews, especially secular ones like Egypt, are known for suppressing pro-Palestinian sentiments in violent ways. And that's one of the main reasons why Egypt is praised as a "moderate" Arab country in the "Western" (read: jewish) media. It's utterly grotesque.
 
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Some influential jews in Azerbaijan:


https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Yevsey_Gindes


https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Yevda_Abramov

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"Armenia recalled its ambassador to Israel for consultations over Israeli arms sales to its foe Azerbaijan.

The move, which the Armenian government announced Thursday, follows a conflagration of hostilities between Azeri troops and Armenian-backed forces over the disputed Nagorno-Karabakh area.

“Israel’s workstyle is unacceptable. The ministry has to call back its ambassador in Israel,” Armenian Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Anna Naghdalyan said, according to Reuters.

Israel’s Foreign Ministry said it regretted Armenia’s decision.

Azerbaijan is a major buyer of Israeli arms, some of which reportedly was used against Armenian troops or groups backed by Armenia. Israel has sold some of its most advanced strike drones to Azerbaijan.

The Shiite Muslim majority nation shares a border with Iran, with which it has a territorial and ideological dispute.

Azerbaijan also is a major producer of oil, which it sells to Israel. Crude Azeri petroleum, which is refined by Israel, accounts for approximately one-third of Israel’s total consumption."

https://www.jta.org/quick-reads/arme...-to-azerbaijan
It doesn't surprise me that Pissrael/international jewry backs Azerbaijan considering how influential jews are in that country. Thanks, Gladiatrix, for posting that article (which I was actually going to post myself, although I didn't get around to it.)
 
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Here's yet another article about how Muslim "leaders" cuck for the genocidal bandit state of Pissrael by visiting the jews' holiest sites (i.e. Shlomocau$t monument$):

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Israel and UAE foreign ministers tour Berlin Holocaust monument in historic first meeting


October 7, 2020 2:57 pm



(JTA) — In a historic meeting, the foreign ministers of Israel and the United Arab Emirates met in Berlin and visited the city’s main Holocaust monument together on Tuesday.

Less than a month after signing a peace deal that normalized relations between the Middle Eastern neighbors, Israel’s Gabi Ashkenazi and the UAE’s Abdullah bin Zayed Al Nahyan walked through the large monument of concrete blocks symbolizing the Jews killed by the Nazis in a meeting that was both symbolic and productive — according to reports, the pair discussed trade and tourism issues.
https://www.jta.org/quick-reads/isra...-first-meeting
 
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Oligarchs and Torahs: This Wealthy Azerbaijan Town Is 100% Jewish – but Its Community Is Dying


Locals say Qirmize Qesebe’s main drag is the wealthiest kilometer in the world and neighboring cities look on enviously

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Published on 20.11.2019

(...) Welcome to Qirmizi Qesebe (known in Russian as Krasnaya Sloboda, or “Red Village”), the heartland of the Mountain Jews and one of only two entirely Jewish towns outside of Israel (Palm Tree, New York, being the other). Yet this is no impoverished shtetl. The streets are dotted with extravagant palaces, and this small town is home to several billionaires and, by one count, over a dozen oligarchs boasting multimillion-dollar fortunes.
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Qirmizi Qesebe sits across the Qudiyalcay (or Kudyal) River from Quba, a ramshackle, dusty city that is indistinguishable from most other Azerbaijani settlements. “Officially we are 3,640, all Jews,” says Yafa Yadadayeva, Qirmizi Qesebe’s stony-faced mayor. She coyly admits, however, that in practice the permanent population only numbers around 500. “They are in Russia and elsewhere for business and jobs,” she says of the other residents, most of whom only return in the summer and for religious holidays.
https://www.haaretz.com/world-news/a...wish-1.8156488
 
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West Bank settler homes approved by Israel for first time since UAE & Bahrain peace deals


14 Oct, 2020 14:17

In a move that ends an eight-month lull in expansion, Israel approved more than 2,000 new homes in settlements across the occupied West Bank on Wednesday.

The Israeli authorities gave the go-ahead to 2,166 new homes in the West Bank, AFP reported, citing official figures. Israel signed agreements to normalize relations with the United Arab Emirates and Bahrain less than a month ago, and was expected to freeze its plans to annex areas in the West Bank.

However, Wednesday's move deals a blow to hopes for a wider Israeli-Arab peace,
according to the NGO Peace Now, which monitors settlement expansion. It also noted that the decision signals Israel's rejection of Palestinian statehood. The latest expansion is expected to be doubled, with around 2,000 more homes to be approved on Thursday, Peace Now said.

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu "is moving ahead at full steam toward solidifying the de facto annexation of the West Bank," the NGO said in a statement on the move. The expansion will make 2020 the biggest year since 2012 for the construction of new units, according to the group.
https://www.rt.com/news/503482-west-...srael-settler/

So jews are untrustworthy? Gee, there's a shocker.
 
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I was afraid to reveal I was Jewish in Bahrain. When I arrived, I realized my privilege.


GAYLE MEYERS
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(JTA) — On my trips to Bahrain, almost nobody knew I was Jewish.

I was a strange enough creature as it was: young, female and civilian, traveling with a mostly male, mostly military delegation; low ranking, but representing the Office of the Secretary of Defense, the top-ranked organization in the delegation. Its ranking was so far above the people in the field that one of my friends at the U.S. Navy base in Bahrain said that getting a call from me was like getting a call from Mt. Olympus.

I was a policy analyst in the U.S. Department of Defense in the late 1990s. As part of an effort to build cooperation between U.S. and Middle Eastern allies to combat the spread of weapons of mass destruction, I traveled several times to Bahrain and once each to Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, Oman and Qatar.
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In Bahrain, the fear was different. In my wildest nightmares I imagined being called out loudly as a Jew and all heads turning in my direction. My fear of being seen as an outsider was magnified by the nature of the country itself, which is marked by social inequality, sectarian discrimination and police repression. Among the Kingdom’s half million citizens, the in-group is composed of Sunni Muslims, with the ruling family at the center. Next come Shia Muslims and a few dozen Jews.
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As an American and a member of a high-level delegation, I moved easily across lines. I could speak up and be heard in meetings with men twice my age. I ate lunch with the three female Bahrain Defense Force medical officers who attended our meetings, which would have been inappropriate behavior for my male colleagues. I went shopping in the pearl and gold markets in the evening with the guys from the delegation, while black-veiled Bahraini women shopped in quiet malls during the day.
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That’s when I realized that I was safe. I was a privileged, protected “other.” In spite of my fears, if I had revealed my Jewishness, I would probably have suffered nothing more than a moment of uncomfortable silence.

I left government service long ago and now I live in Israel. I assumed I would never go back to the Gulf, but with Bahrain and the UAE opening diplomatic relations with Israel, it just might be possible. This time, I would be coming not from Mt. Olympus, but from Mt. Moriah, the holy plateau in the heart of Jerusalem, which sits just across the valley from my home.
https://www.jta.org/2020/10/20/opini...d-my-privilege
 
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The brilliant Swedish-based, Moroccan-born anti-zionist Ahmed Rami has written about the nefarious jewish influence in Morocco in his excellent Swedish-language autobiography Ett liv för frihet ("A life for freedom"). In the book he stated that the country's king Hassan II was a jew-puppet, and that he had participated in the 1972 Moroccan coup attempt which sought to overthrow him. Unfortunately, the coup failed, so Rami sought and obtained political asylum in Sweden in 1973:


https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ahmed_Rami_(writer)

And yes, folks, Rami was right about Hassan II being a jew-puppet. For example, one of the king's close advisers (read: handlers) was the very influential jew André Azoulay:


https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/André_Azoulay

And look at Wikipedia's list of famous Moroccan jews:

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Morocc..._Moroccan_Jews

Is it any wonder that the country's government is so pro-jewish?


https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Israel–Morocco_relations

This relationship was secret because the crooked jew-lackey Hassan II knew very well that the Arab/Muslim population despises the genocidal bandit state of Pissrael.
Here's an article that was published today in the zionist newspaper The Algemeiner:

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OCTOBER 22, 2020 5:43 AM0

Morocco’s Jews Remain Strong Despite COVID-19


Gilles Berdugo

(...) The Moroccan Jewish community has a long and rich history. In fact, it was once home to perhaps the largest number of Jews in the Arab world. The Jewish population of Morocco totaled more than 250,000 at its peak in the 1930s and 1940s, before the mass exodus triggered by World War II and the founding of the State of Israel.

Jewish roots in Morocco go back as far as 70 CE. Though there were periods of unrest, there were also times of peaceful coexistence.
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Since then, the population has continued to dwindle. Today, there are 2,500-3,000 Jews in the entire country, most of them in Casablanca. Morocco is seen as an example of ideal Jewish-Muslim coexistence and is one of the few Arab countries that is actively embracing its Jewish history. In fact, 10 years ago, King Mohammed VI launched an ongoing project to restore Morocco’s historically significant Jewish sites.

While the current Jewish community is small, it is still vibrant. There are 16 synagogues, kosher butchers, bakeries, restaurants, and caterers, plus three Jewish schools with approximately 600 students.

Jews in Morocco also play host to the many visitors that come every year. Moroccan Jews who live outside the country have a very deep connection to their roots, and approximately 50,000 come to visit each year, both as tourists and as returning citizens. Some have the custom to have their weddings in Morocco, and others traditionally come for Passover. In fact, 22 hotels in Moroccan cities are entirely reserved for Moroccan Jews who come to visit during the holiday.
https://www.algemeiner.com/2020/10/2...pite-covid-19/
 
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The jews and their American lackeys have managed to bribe yet another crooked Muslim government:

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Sudan will normalize ties with Israel, Trump announces


By Ron Kampeas October 23, 2020 12:49 pm



WASHINGTON (JTA) — Sudan will become the third Arab country in the past two months to normalize ties with Israel, continuing the trend of Arab states’ willingness to advance ties with the Jewish state even without a peace agreement with the Palestinians.

President Donald Trump announced the agreement on Friday. According to a joint statement released by Israel, Sudan and the U.S., the two countries will “end the state of belligerence between their nations.”
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It is also symbolically significant because its capital, Khartoum, is where the Arab League met in 1967 after the Six-Day War and issued its “three no’s” to reject any engagement with Israel whatsoever and to continue the state of war.
https://www.jta.org/2020/10/23/unite...rump-announces
 
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