UN Schools for "Palestinians" refuse to teach the holocaust


Locutus
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because it "deflects focus from main enemy Israel"



The American people fund the UN upwards of 22%. How many Americans do you think are aware that they are funding the next reich, the next nazi era?

The UN is a force for evil.

"Jordanian teachers in UN schools for Palestinian refugees say they’ll refuse to teach the Holocaust" Times of Israel (external - login to view)

Curriculum of ‘so-called Holocaust’ study would harm the Palestinian cause, deflect focus from main enemy Israel, educators protest

The rest:
UN Schools for "Palestinians" refuse to teach the holocaust because it "deflects focus from main enemy Israel" - Atlas Shrugs (external - login to view)
 
Goober
Free Thinker
+1
#2
And what they do teach about Jews would be easily classed as Hate Speech -
 
darkbeaver
Republican
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Quote: Originally Posted by GooberView Post

And what they do teach about Jews would be easily classed as Hate Speech -

We could contrast that hesitation by the occupied Palestinians against the demonic hateful education forced on Israeli students. The subject whispers for itself.
 
taxslave
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Some of our tax dollars must be in there somewhere as well.
 
Goober
Free Thinker
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Quote: Originally Posted by taxslaveView Post

Some of our tax dollars must be in there somewhere as well.

Yes they are.
 
petros
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Who put the bee in the Jordanian's bonnet?

Are Buddhist refugees in Nepal taught about the Holocaust or more important things like math and science?
 
Goober
Free Thinker
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Quote: Originally Posted by petrosView Post

Who put the bee in the Jordanian's bonnet?

Are Buddhist refugees in Nepal taught about the Holocaust or more important things like math and science?

How many billions have been spent on Palestinians - What is the percentage of the UNHCR budget they receive.
 
petros
#8
If they could go home, would they? Is it their choice? Whoever displaced them should pay the bills.
 
Goober
Free Thinker
+1
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Quote: Originally Posted by petrosView Post

If they could go home, would they? Is it their choice?

Are descendants refugees?
 
petros
#10
Yup.
 
darkbeaver
Republican
#11
Now that Israelis have set the benchmark for returning home how can anyone expect the Palestinians not to have the exact same right.
The eventual one state solution will iron out all the Israeli problems.

Quote: Originally Posted by GooberView Post

Are descendants refugees?

Are people whove been gone two thousand years natives?

Oct 18 13:57

Israel vs. No. 2 Pencils (external - login to view)




Israel held Harvard College SAT exam for weeks, not releasing tests until October SAT exam was cancelled for students in Palestine. Countless students around the world took the exam.
AMIDEAST is the only testing agency in the West Bank, serving over three hundred thousand Palestinian students. Yet Israel controls the flow of goods and people in and out of the ever-shrinking Occupied Palestinian Territories. The Israeli occupation impacts nearly every aspect of Palestinian life. In particular, the military occupation, illegal under international law, violates the basic right to education for Palestinian youth.
 
gopher
No Party Affiliation
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Japan is also a member of the UN and refuses to teach about its holocaust in Manchuria.
 
damngrumpy
No Party Affiliation
#13
America pays into the UN like everyone else, and they pay a lot, but who says they
should be allowed to set the conditions? Canada can't set the conditions and the
other nations can't set the conditions individually.
For now I think the UN is right not teaching a flame thrower subject in a volatile part
of the world. Parts of the Middle East have to be civilized first before they can be
formally educated. I don't say that to be mean spirited either, they are not civilized
in many ways and it will take a number of decades before we come close to that.
For that very reason we should be very careful before we allow people to come here
who have no respect for our way of life.
 
In Between Man
Free Thinker
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Quote: Originally Posted by petrosView Post

If they could go home, would they? Is it their choice? Whoever displaced them should pay the bills.

Of course they have a choice! With over a hundred fold in Arab land space than Israel, they can return to places they and their ancestors emigrated from! You keep believing the falsehood that "Palestinians" had been chillin', even prospering in that region for "hundreds of years". When in fact, Arabs, not "Palestinians", immigrated to the region on mass between World War One and World War Two in response to the mass Jewish immigration that was taking place there since the late 19th century. And you can educate yourself with my sources on that here (external - login to view), here (external - login to view), and here (external - login to view).

Further, the Arabs had their chance to have a state in 1937 and said no. Again in 1947, they said no to a UN partition plan. Peace deals like the one signed 1993, and any offers to give control of the WB to the "Palestinians" like in 2000, or the handing over of Gaza in 2005, only resulted in more violence aimed at Israel.

Israel has said yes to peace, but it's not good enough because the Arabs simply aren't interested in peace. They want all the land with the only Jews being dead ones. Truly, the Arabs are not only guilty of coveting a tiny piece of land when compared to Arab land, but are obviously filled with hatred for Jews, evidenced not only by their violence, but with the rhetoric that calls for Israel's complete destruction that is preached in much of the Arab world.

No one's stopping Arabs from living in the vast Arab lands, so let the people who actually do have an ancient tie to the land live there - the Jews.
Last edited by In Between Man; Oct 19th, 2012 at 03:32 AM..
 
petros
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Quote:

Of course they have a choice! With over a hundred fold in Arab land space than Israel, they can return to places they and their ancestors emigrated from!

.All those refugee Christians go back to Palestine?

Quote:

had their chance to have a state in 1937 and said no. Again in 1947, they said no to a UN partition plan.

It was already theirs. Why would they want top partition what was already theirs?
 

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