To start the day …. “Palestinian Flag Flies at the UN for the First Time”!!


~~October 2, 2015~~ 


Historic raising of Palestinian flag at United Nations

New York (CNN)

It’s a watershed moment that has won support on many fronts, but drawn condemnation from Israel and the United States.

The Palestinian flag was raised outside the headquarters of the United Nations in New York for the first time Wednesday. Under cloudy skies, the politically sensitive flag raising ceremony took place at 1:16 p.m. at the U.N.’s Rose Garden.

The historic moment came after Palestinian leader Mahmoud Abbas told the U.N. General Assembly that the Palestinian Authority was no longer bound by the Oslo Peace Accords.

At the ceremony, U.N. Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon called the occasion a “day of pride for the Palestinian people around the world” and a “day of hope.”


During his General Assembly speech, however, Abbas accused Israel of not committing to the Oslo Accords and, in response said,

“They leave us no choice but to insist that we will not remain the only ones committed to the implementation of these agreements, while Israel continuously violates them.”

Abbas declared what he called “Palestine” as a “state under occupation.”

“We therefore declare that we cannot continue to be bound by these agreements and that Israel must assume all of its responsibilities as an occupying power, because the status quo cannot continue,” Abbas said.

The Oslo Accords are a series of peace agreements between Israel and the Palestinians signed in the 1990’s.

The consequences of Abbas’ declaration remain unclear, and its practical effects on the relations between Israelis and Palestinians are uncertain, including its effects on security coordination between Israel and the Palestinian Authority.

The flag-raising ceremony puts the spotlight on the Palestinians and highlights their ongoing efforts to obtain statehood, but it needs to be more than a symbolic act for it to be meaningful, Palestinians say.

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On that fateful day ….

14 May 1948, a thousand years was history began to disappear and all of it at the behest of the UN and the US.


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A 1000 Years Of History–Gone!


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~Palestine’s Flag Flies At The UN For The First Time~

~Published on Oct 1, 2015~

Palestinians across Gaza and the West Bank celebrated the raising of their flag at the United Nations headquarters in New York.


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The Israel-Palestine Conflict …. “I am Israel” Documentary!!


~~September 26, 2015~~


I’m learning many things since I’ve started this blogging journey almost three years ago.

One of the things I’ve noticed is that, even though I consider I had a complete and thorough education, many topics were ignored or very lightly covered.

I learn new things every day.

I think that both the internet and social media have been vehicles in this learning journey of mine.

I’m thankful for that. I’m forever in a quest for knowledge.

This is one of the topics that I didn’t know much about.

I know it’s a controversial one but no one can hide the facts when they are there … in our face.

This situation is a total violation of human rights and the extermination of a race by those with more power.

The included video was uploaded in 2009.

Has there been any change since?

Sad to see the state of our world.



For centuries there was no such conflict. In the 19th century the land of Palestine was inhabited by a multicultural population – approximately 86 percent Muslim, 10 percent Christian, and 4 percent Jewish – living in peace.

In the late 1800’s a group in Europe decided to colonize this land. Known as Zionists, they represented an extremist minority of the Jewish population. Their goal was to create a Jewish homeland, and they considered locations in Africa and the Americas, before settling on Palestine.

At first, this immigration created no problems. However, as more and more Zionists immigrated to Palestine – many with the express wish of taking over the land for a Jewish state – the indigenous population became increasingly alarmed.

Eventually, fighting broke out, with escalating waves of violence. Hitler’s rise to power, combined with Zionist activities to sabotage efforts to place Jewish refugees in western countries, led to increased Jewish immigration to Palestine, and conflict grew.


UN Partition Plan
Finally, in 1947 the United Nations decided to intervene.

However, rather than adhering to the principle of “self-determination of peoples,” in which the people themselves create their own state and system of government, the UN chose to revert to the medieval strategy whereby an outside power divides up other people’s land.

Under considerable Zionist pressure, the UN recommended giving away 55% of Palestine to a Jewish state – despite the fact that this group represented only about 30% of the total population, and owned under 7% of the land.




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Current Conflict
There are two primary issues at the core of this continuing conflict.

First, there is the inevitably destabilizing effect of trying to maintain an ethnically preferential state, particularly when it is largely of foreign origin. The original population of what is now Israel was 96 percent Muslim and Christian, yet, these refugees are prohibited from returning to their homes in the self-described Jewish state (and those within Israel are subjected to systematic discrimination).

Second, Israel’s continued military occupation and confiscation of privately owned land in the West Bank, and control over Gaza, are extremely oppressive, with Palestinians having minimal control over their lives.

Thousands of Palestinian men, women, and children are held in Israeli prisons. Few of them have had a legitimate trial; physical abuse and torture are frequent. Palestinian borders (even internal ones) are controlled by Israeli forces. Periodically men, women, and children are strip searched; people are beaten; women in labor are prevented from reaching hospitals (at times resulting in death); food and medicine are blocked from entering Gaza, producing an escalating humanitarian crisis. Israeli forces invade almost daily, injuring, kidnapping, and sometimes killing inhabitants.

According to the Oslo peace accords of 1993, these territories were supposed to finally become a Palestinian state. However, after years of Israel continuing to confiscate land and conditions steadily worsening, the Palestinian population rebelled.

(The Barak offer, widely reputed to be generous, was anything but.)

This uprising, called the “Intifada” (Arabic for “shaking off”) began at the end of September 2000.

U.S. Involvement
Largely due to special-interest lobbying, U.S. taxpayers give Israel an average of $8 million per day, and since its creation have given more U.S. funds to Israel than to any other nation.

As Americans learn about how Israel is using our tax dollars, many are calling for an end to this expenditure.

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Documentary Film

~~Uploaded on Sep 4, 2009~~

I am Israel.
If you knew:
The Israeli Occupation:
Gaza Massacre by Israel:…

I am Israel. Written by Hashem Said on Feb. 25, 2002.

Video made by Jihane Al Quds on Sept. 4, 2009.

Hashem Said is an officer in the UW Palestinian student group Hayaat.


We ALL are ONE!!