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September 26, 2011

More on Areikat's Call for an Ethnically Cleansed Palestine

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On the CAMERA website last week, we parsed the "debate" over whether the PLO representative to the U.S. called for the future state of Palestine to be ethnically cleansed of Jews.

The article includes embedded audio of a journalist's question and Maen Areikat's answer, all of which makes quite clear that Areikat was, yet again, calling for the transfer of Jews from a future Palestine, denials by journalists notwithstanding.

Blogger Challah Hu Akbar discussed the issue this weekend, and makes some additional noteworthy points. Check out his post here.

Posted by GI at September 26, 2011 10:18 AM

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Thanks for the link.

Kampeas has responded to my post and I detail the interaction and my response here.

http://challahhuakbar.blogspot.com/2011/09/update-to-mendacious-journalists-cover.html

Posted by: Challah Hu Akbar at September 26, 2011 04:40 PM

In Abbas U.N speech, he spoke of 63 years of occupation which he means all of Israel and his sick dream of the ethnic cleansing of the Jews from the Jewish state, this seems to be his underlining message.
Also in a speech which he failed to mention not even once the real history of the Land of Israel and the deep Jewish connection to the land which goes far deeper then the Arab marauders now called the Palestinians who barbarically invaded the Land of Israel and stole the land from the real occupants the Jewish people and now claim its their land utterly sickening.

Posted by: Dan at September 26, 2011 06:41 PM

I also took on the pooh-poohing. One by JJ Goldberg of The Forward: http://myrightword.blogspot.com/2011/09/areikat-phony-or-jj-goldberg.html

Posted by: Yisrael Medad at September 27, 2011 01:00 AM

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