"Nakba Day" - Riots, Violence Expected; "Hell on Earth" Threatened if Israel Retaliates

"Nakba Day" - Riots, Violence Expected; "Hell on Earth" Threatened if Israel Retaliates

Palestinians are planning to mark Nakba Day – “Catastrophe Day,” the calendar day for Israeli Independence Day – with strikes and rallies in the West Bank and Gaza Strip on Wednesday.

On the eve of the occasion, Palestinians reiterated their opposition to US President Donald Trump’s upcoming plan for peace in the Middle East, also known as the “deal of the century.”

Palestinian factions in the Gaza Strip called for a general strike on Wednesday in the Hamas-ruled coastal enclave. The strike will include all schools, universities and colleges there, they said.

The factions also called on Gazans to protest near the border with Israel. Gaza’s Hamas-controlled Health Ministry said that it has placed all medical teams on high alert ahead of the protests.

On Tuesday, thousands of Palestinians participated in a rally marking Nakba Day in front of the offices of the United Nations Relief and Works Agency for Palestinian Refugees (UNRWA) in the Gaza Strip. The rally was held under the banner: “From the ashes of the ‘Nakba’ to the embodiment of the right of return, down with all the conspiracies.”

Ahmed Abu Holi, member of the PLO Executive Committee and head of the “National Committee for Commemorating the Nakba,” said in a speech at the rally that the Palestinians will not accept Trump’s peace proposal.

The plan, he said, “will not pass regardless of the price the Palestinians would pay.”

“The issues of Jerusalem and the refugees are not for sale or bargaining,” the PLO official said. “The Palestinian people will not sell their rights and principles in return for dollars, and will not compromise on the payments to the families of martyrs and prisoners. We will not surrender to blackmail.”

Hamas leader Ismail Haniyeh said on Tuesday that the Palestinian cause was going through “its most dangerous phase in wake of the ‘deal of the century.’”

Talal Abu Zarifa, a senior official with the PLO’s Democratic Front for the Liberation of Palestine and member of the National Commission for the Great March of Return (the weekly Friday protests along the Gaza-Israel border), called for mass demonstrations near the border on Wednesday. He urged Palestinians to “demonstrate discipline and commit to the rules of safety and security” so as not to allow Israel to launch another “aggression” against the Gaza Strip.


Intel suggest major rioting at the Gaza border is to start right after noon prayers, today (Nakba day), Hamas and islamic Jihad promised "hell on earth" if Israel retaliates.

Sickeningly unfortunate, and true.

What actually takes place on this day every year is that they pay the children tiny sums of money, which their families badly need, to go out and risk their very lives, literally, following the orders of big brave Hamas, who hide behind these little children.


Hamas is backed/controlled/funded/armed by outside sources, mainly Iran.

Over the past two weeks, Iran has been moving troops, missiles and other weapons systems into positions to attack US forces in the Middle East, and US allies.  In response to these military deployments, the US has deployed an aircraft carrier strike group, some troops, an amphibious landing ship and other assets.

Moreover, the military increased the force threat protection levels because Iran-Proxies appear poised to commence attacks against US forces in places like Iraq.

This morning, the US State Department ordered the evacuation of "non-essential" personnel from Iraq.

Between Iranian weapon and troop deployments, to proxies moving into attack postures elsewhere in the Middle East, and today being "Nakba Day" with Hamas already arranging riots, the world COULD (emphasis COULD) see a major eruption of conflict commencing today.

It is hard to analyse situations wherein the participants have spent 70 years celebrating their defeat . . . these folks have now taught several new generations to hate those who defeated them.

That, is "Palestine."

They have denied reality for 70 years and actually brainwashed themselves and their children to think the rest of the world should take them seriously.

No one takes Palestine seriously.  The entire concept of "Palestine" is a fraud.  The people behind it are out of their minds and violent.

It's a wonder to many why Israel simply doesn't vaporize the whole lot of them and bulldoze the remains into the sea, to put an end to this severe, societal mental illness.


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  • This commment is unpublished.
    ReadyGo · 7 months ago
    This is all part of the 'ORIGINAL' design ..... Arabs were portrayed as "the kicking donkey" .......this conflict with Arabs is forever , it is the way it is. The mushlamo cult being a part of it.
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    Paul Lambert · 7 months ago
    Arab envy is so deep. They are so jealous of the Jews that they are even jealous of the Holocaust and had to manufacture their own Nakhbah as not to feel left out.
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    Robert Moriarty · 7 months ago

    What do you think would be more appropriate for Gaza, gas chambers or ovens?
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      Hal Turner · 7 months ago
      I think the Israelis should use their equivalent of Eminent Domain and "take" the Gaza Strip for public use. Then offer a monetary settlement as "just compensation" for the property being taken, pay all of them to leave, then bulldoze the entire Gaza strip into a new, beachfront park/Boardwalk/Resort. It is the PEOPLE who are the problem; the Israelis should tell them, enough. Time to go. Here's the money. Get out.
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        Paul Lambert · 7 months ago
        Indeed in 1967 after the Six-day War, the Arabs were about to pack up and leave from both Gaza and from Judea and Samaria (the region the anti-Semites call the "West Bank") essentially because this land means nothing to them! However, the then Minister of Defence Moshe Dayan foolishly, foolishly, foolishly told them not to leave. He thought that the end of the war could be a point where the Arab countries and Israel could turn a new leaf and that the Arabs now living under Israel in these territories would serve as a bridge between the two cultures. Israel continues to suffer for that mistake born of Messianic dreaming on the part of old-school sabras, who were largely, socialist, atheist and thoroughly deracinated people of Jewish extraction.

        It was from this moment that the "Palestinians" were born. Before 1967, nobody heard of such a nation. They were Arabs and they had come *after* the Zionist movement began to work as cheap labour in building up the early Zionist enterprise. (Another lesson in short-sighted foolishness which those in America who hire cheap illegal Mexican labour should learn).

        The only time the word "Palestinian" was used before 1967 was in reference to *Jewish* people living in region known as Palestine. You will find it in the book Exodus, by Leon Uris, for instance.

        Just as the Nahkbah pilfers the Holocaust, the idea of a Palestinian nation is a cosmic ripping off of the nationhood and birthright of the Jewish people. Just as the English have every right to live in England, the French in France, the Russians in Russia and the Chinese in China, the Judeans have every right to live in Judea - and to decide who else can be there. Sadly, it is official Israel itself that won't stand up for itself.
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        Frank Brady · 7 months ago
        No, Hal, it is ISRAEL that is the problem, Israel and her deaf, dumb and blind American supporters. Since its creation, Israel has systematically manipulated the U.S. to fight its wars and destroy its enemies. The Mossad was the "western intelligence agency" that confirmed Saddam Hussein's non-existent stock pile of WMDs. At this moment, it is conducting the same scam with respect to Iran. If President Trump allows himself to be manipulated into participating in yet another Israel-sponsored war, he will deserve to be impeached.
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          Paul Lambert · 7 months ago
          Without being a hothead, there is one point I would like you to explain, if you could.
          On the one hand, your state that Israel has systematically manipulated the U.S. to fight its wars, but on the other hand, I clearly remember instances where the U.S. State Department has repeatedly pressured Israel to exercise restraint. Even after what initially seemed like a would-be disastrous Yom Kippur War in 1973, the Israeli army was poised to take Cairo, but the US insisted that Israel go no further. During the first Gulf War, which did not involve Israel directly, Saddam fired missiles into Israel hoping to draw other Arab states into the fight, but Israel simply absorbed the attacks. The Israeli jets were fuelled up and running on the tarmac waiting for the order to strike, but that order never came thanks to pressure from the US. Those are only two examples I can think of off the top of my head. How do you square that circle?
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        Copperhead · 7 months ago
        I should try that with my next door neighbor. I could just slowly start cutting parts of their lawn, maybe toss a shed up, widen my driveway, keep doing this until they can't get in or out of their house, then annex the whole shebang. They're worthless neighbors anyway. Good plan? Great plan.

        Our greatest ally... smh
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          Paul Lambert · 7 months ago
          The problem with that analogy, GR, is that it does not reflect the reality or history.

          Speaking of lawns, a better comparison would be to consider that you have a garden and then hire some cheap labour to do the landscaping. The landscapers then set up their own shacks, which you tolerate, but then they claim that they were the original inhabitants and then claim victimhood status, thus giving them a pretext to fire rockets at your house and to send the lawnmower boy to go blow himself up inside your kitchen, and then to use their religion to justify it.

          More to concretes: Israel came into possession of Gaza in 1967 after having overrun it by driving out the Egyptian army. It has essentially been part of Egypt. There was no independent country called Gaza. When Egypt finally agreed to a sincere peace with Israel (which cost Anwar Sadat his life), Israel immediately offered both the Sinai Peninsula and Gaza back to the Egyptians. The price that Israel demanded in return was peace, nothing more than peace. Egypt took back the Sina'i, but refused to take back Gaza. Egypt told Israel to keep it!

          The reason why is not hard to understand. Under Egyptian rule, the people of Gaza festered. They were not allowed to work for money, or obtain any gainful employment. The Gaza rectangle became the world's largest welfare case living solely on UNRWA money. The population of Gaza in 1967 was only a few hundred thousand, but it soon swelled because Arabs from all over the Middle East came in because living as a supposed refugee on UNRWA welfare was materially better than the quality of living they could afford by working in their own Arab countries. (A lesson we here in Germany should learn too).

          I agree with Hal in principle. However, I think the best solution would be a peaceful population exchange. The process could take years, but it could and should be done. After 1948, the Arab countries gradually expelled their Jewish populations, Iraq perhaps being the last one to do so after 1967. The Jewish communities in Arab countries today are a mere shadow of what they used to be in Arab countries (except Morocco). This doesn't have to be a bad thing necessarily. The Jews can go to Israel; the Arabs can go to Arab countries. Israel should just complete the process that the Arabs started. I have no illusions about Arabs being friends with Jews. They don't need to be friends; they don't need to be enemies. They just need to stay away from each other.
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            Copperhead · 7 months ago
            I think my analogy is quite accurate, but thanks.
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              Paul Lambert · 7 months ago
              Alright, at least I know where you're coming from.
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                Copperhead · 7 months ago
                When I post, and it's not very often, I always try to make my position pretty obvious. Again, thanks for taking the time to write what you did.