Tag Archives: zionism

When David Became Goliath

Role reversal in the myth of Little David versus the Goliath of Palestine.

The Peace Of Zion

Israeli leader Ariel Sharon’s life spanned the history of his country. He was born in Palestine and joined the Haganah at age 14 in 1942. The teenager fought during the partition of Palestine and later joined Unit 101, which specialized in cross-border raids and committed massacres in revenge for attacks by the fedayeen. Sharon fought […]

Israeli Brilliance

Almost every nation is in competition for the most egotistical country on Earth. I exempt Puntland, although I’m certain the Harti Darod and Mehri wanderers have conflicting views concerning their heritage, especially since Harti means strong man in Somali Arabic. Confidently I’m also certain that Mehri says ‘strong smell men’. Egotism isn’t a bad thing, […]

On Vacation

An Israeli landed at Kennedy Airport in New York and at immigration the US Customs officer asked, “Occupation ? ” The Israeli answers, “No, just for visit.”

Peace in Our Time

This week the Israeli court came to the preconceived conclusion that the Zionist state had nothing to do with the 2003 bulldozing death of US activist Rachel Corrie, thus ending her parents’ long fight to force the apartheid state to admit guilt. The Corrie family was seeking $1 plus legal expenses in damages. The BBC […]