Tuesday, March 25, 2014

Ex-Ukrainian PM Yulia Tymoshenko: Time to Grab Our Guns and Kill Those Damned Russians.

Yulia Tymoshenko

Time to grab guns and kill damn Russians – Tymoshenko in leaked tape. Russia Today, March 24, 2014. Video at YouTube.

Leaked Call Shows Tymoshenko Urging Violence Against Russians, Report Says. By Christopher Brennan. Moscow Times, March 25, 2014.

In latest wiretapping leak, Yulia Tymoshenko appears to say “nuclear weapons” should be used to kill Russians. By Adam Taylor. Washington Post, March 25, 2014.

Tymoshenko “shot herself in the foot” as compromise political figure. Interview with Mark Almond. Russia Today, March 25, 2014.

Sans braid, with F-bombs blazing, Tymoshenko is back. By Olga Rudenko. Global Post, March 27, 2014.

Crimea will always be Ukrainian. By Yulia Tymoshenko. The Christian Science Monitor, March 20, 2014.

Changing the Historical Narrative: Saeb Erekat’s New Spin. By Alan Baker.

Changing the Historical Narrative: Saeb Erekat’s New Spin. By Alan Baker. Jerusalem Center for Public Affairs, March 23, 2014.

Saeb Erekat: Palestinians Were Here Before Jews. NJBR, February 3, 2014. Collected articles.

The Truth About Palestinian Immigration. By Evelyn Gordon. NJBR, September 10, 2013. With related articles and video.


Palestinian leaders are manipulating the history of geographic Palestine/Land of Israel. They have manufactured a curious claim, expressed recently by Saeb Erekat, the chief Palestinian negotiator, that they are descended from Canaanites and are therefore the indigenous people of the area, present before the emergence of the Jewish people around the year 1500 BCE.
Saeb Erekat’s family is Bedouin. According to Bedouin genealogy, the family is part of the Huweitat clan which originated in the Hejaz area of Saudi Arabia, arrived in Palestine from the south of Jordan, and settled in the village of Abu Dis in the early twentieth century.
Several leading scholars of Middle Eastern studies and Islamic history have confirmed that the Palestinians do not have ancient roots in the area and are trying to invent origins for themselves that predate the Jewish people’s presence.
They explain that most of the Palestinians arrived as part of the waves of immigration that began in the nineteenth century at the time of the emergence of Zionism, attracted by employment opportunities and economic benefits.
The historical presence of the Jewish people in the “Holy Land” is well-documented, not only in the scriptures of all three monotheistic religions, and visible in extensive archeological remains, but also in historic writings by early Greek, Roman, pagan, and other visitors to the area. The fact that Christianity emanated from Judaism is further proof of the presence of a thriving Jewish community in the area.