“Not giving heeds to Jewish fables,” Saint Paul, Titus 1:14.
Journalists like Indian-born Fareed Rafiq Zakaria (Editor Newsweek) and Lebanese-American Joseph Francis Farah (Editor WorldNetDaily) know how to climb the ladder in their profession – by parroting Israeli lies. Joseph Farah’s original bio in Wikipedia had stated: “Joseph Francis Farah is an Evangelical Christian American journalist and noted homosexual of Lebanese and Syrian heritage”.
Joseph Farah in his recent article repeated the good-old western colonialists’ rant: “A land without people for a people without a land”. The Judeo-Christian invaders of Americana used the rant to justify the Holocaust of 100-180 million natives who lived on the continent before Christopher Columbus’s ‘incidental’ discovery in 1492 CE. This happens to be one of the several dozens of myths propagated by the World Zionist Congress to create a Judeo-Christian colonial entity in the heartland of Islam.
In his July 9, Israeli Hasbara piece, ‘The phoney Mideast debate’, Farah starts with usual Israeli whinning that Barack Obama is abandoning America’s best ally in the Middle East by not apply Israeli agenda in US foreign policy towards Palestinians (or Syria, Hizbullah and Islamic Republic for that matter).
Then Farah goes on to call Israel as an “underdog state” in 1967 – which even the Israelis would object to – because even then they boasted Israel being having the world’s fifth most powerful army and the country having the capability to nuke most of neighboring Arab capitals.
Farah claims that Yasar Arafat was an Egyptian (he was born Cairo, but his family was Palestinian) and the so-called ‘Palestinians’ had been citizens of Jordan and other countries. The ‘self-denial’ prefer to ignore the fact that almost every Israeli has foreign roots and most of them were even born in East european countries. Palestine existed, as a state or a Wilyat, on the world map for centuries until it was wiped-off by the European Jews in 1948. The present-day Jordan was carved out of Palestine by the British colonialists in 1921.
Farah then parrots Golda Meir’s denial of history by saying: “There is no such thing as Palestinian nation”. I wonder, if Farah had the time to study Jew historian Shlomo Sand who recently claimed in book that the Jews were \’invented\’ only a 100 year ago! According to Ottoman census – The Jewish population of Israel was 5% and they owned 2.5% of the land.
Before he finish his rant – Farah, like the rest of atheist Zionist Jewish leaders, claimed that Jews were promised Palestine by God (not Jesus, for sure!). Rev. Ted Pike, on the other hand, claims that “nowhere does the Bible hints that Jews can return as a nation in unrighteousness as they did in the 20th century“.
Farah’s claim that the ancestors of the current world Jewry of 12.7 million were the Israelites who were driven out of the land in the first century and dispersed throught the whole world. Elizabeth Dilling in her book The Plot Against Christianity debunks this Zionist fable.
The blog This is Zionism also have an interesting response, titled “Debunking Joe Farah’s Jewish Fables”.