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A guide to being a Zionist

Stephen James Curley asked ‘What is a Zionist?’ On the surface it might seem a simple question. Considering I make references to Zionists on almost all my posts many people would assume I could easily answer this. Well, I can’t mainly because the very last thing that interests me is the minutiae of how religions or cults are born. This is

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Benjamin Freedman’s historic speech at the Willard Hotel Washington DC in 1961

The last time I posted Benjamin Freedman’s historic speech at the Willard Hotel in 1961 was on June 1 2015. The other day though Tracey Howitt posted a comment which was the link below –  Theresa May wants British people to feel ‘pride’ in the Balfour Declaration. What exactly is there to be proud of?   http://www.independent.co.uk/voices/balfour-declaration-israel-palestine-theresa-may-government-centenary-arabs-jewish-settlements-a7607491.html You what? Immediately

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