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Roslyn Ross

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  • 5 Surprising Ways Iran is better than Israel
    • Israel was founded by religious extremists, Zionists. Judaism is a religion and Zionism is an offshoot of Judaism. Religions do not make a race, people or nation. If you drop a religion, convert to another you do not change race or nationality. Zionism has re-interpreted religious metaphor to create the concept of a Jewish race in order to 'justify' the colonisation of Palestine because they knew, as everyone does, that religions do not get homelands but 'races' or 'peoples' can. However, Judaism is no more a race or a people than any other religion and like most, comprises all races and hundreds of nationalities. In other words, the entire Zionist concept for creating a homeland was based on a lie. A lie for which the Palestinians are still paying in blood.

    • Israel is an apartheid State and therefore cannot be a democracy. Israel is an occupier and coloniser and therefore cannot be a democracy.

    • The disappointing thing is that you continue to abide by Zionist propaganda by talking about Jews, a religion, and Iranians, a nationality. Most Jews do not live in Israel, never did and never will and Israel does not represent Judaism or Jews despite its claims. More to the point, what happened to some followers of Judaism at the hands of the Germans, along with many others discriminated against on the basis of sexuality, race, should not be used to 'justify' Israel's ongoing occupation, colonisation and apartheid in Palestine. Every single time the Jewish experience of holocaust is brought up it blurs the picture of today's reality which has Israeli war crimes and human rights atrocities equalling anything done by the Nazis. To wave the 'holocaust' flag does a disservice to Palestinians and all those who fight for justice.
      It is also worth remembering that far more died because of their race or nationality during the Second World War, than died because of their religion, as did some Jews - many if not most lived safely around the world - and anyone who continues to bring up something which happened nearly 70 years ago is being an apologist for Israeli atrocities today.

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