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Anti-Israel propaganda Facebook page Quds News Network has posted this "Map of Palestine from a 1947 issue of National Geographic," presumably in a bid to show Israel did not exist at the time
The term "Palestinian" to refer to the Arabs who were living here pre-1948, as well as their descendants, is a relatively recent invention. Here's another example showing this.
Australia has defeated "Palestine" 3-0 in an Asian Confederation Cup match. But unlike the 1939 Australia-Palestine match, the Palestine team now represents something else entirely.
As fake as about everything else we have come to expect from palestinian propaganda.
A great metaphor for the palestinian propensity to shoot themselves in the foot.
The reliably unreliable Quds News Network has posted this video of "A Palestinian horse" that "won an old racing for horses in 1950."
The following was yesterday posted on the People of the World United for Palestine Facebook page. It has since been deleted, no doubt after the page admins were informed of their dumbassery
Palestinian Arabs are asked when Palestine was established, as well as follow-up questions like: What was the ancient capital? Who was the ruler? What was the currency? What was the flag? The answers are as illuminating as they are varied.
A new version of the Australia vs Palestine soccer match (1939) video to help the nincompoops understand what an own goal it is for them
Apparently, this is the acceptable kind of expression at the Chicago Dyke March
Fresh from his incredible stupidity inadvertently eating at an Israeli restaurant - and then his laughable responses after being outed - Israel hater George Galloway has continued to score own goals
This never gets old
The haters continue to disseminate a video that undermines their case
Most Israelis I've spoken to support a two state deal, and not for the reasons you think.