Jewish colonists out!
G. S. 
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initial posting 27 Sept - last update 27 Sept 2011

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For a humane resolution of the Palestinian/Zionist conflict. [1]

      Palestinians within the diaspora are concerned they will be left in the cold if the statehood bid passes at the UNSC [United Nations Security Council] [EPA]. With the presentation of the Palestinian statehood bid at the United Nations Security Council happening now, activists, analysts, and academics within the Palestinian diaspora are becoming more vocal on issues that they say need to be addressed immediately.Two issues have been coming to the forefront of the debate; the representation and the right of return of the diaspora, and the legitimacy of the Palestinian officials presenting the bid. Karim Makdissi, an associate professor of political science at the American University of Beirut, in Lebanon, told Al Jazeera that “the reputations of Mahmoud Abbas and Saeb Erekat are shoddy, and their track records demonstrate the kind of success they are going to bring at this stage.”


The Nakba, Israel's ethnic cleansing of Palestinians in 1948, a blatantly racist act, was implicitly supported by a US in denial about its own domestic racism



The old warrior, 13 June 2011


NOTES
[1] Sketch for a humane resolution of the Palestine/Israel conflict. http://site.www.umb.edu/faculty/salzman_g/t/2010-11-13.htm


George Salzman is a former American Jew living in Oaxaca, Mexico, an ex-physics prof, Univ of Massachusetts-Boston.


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