Monday, January 12, 2015

Joan Peters, woman who tried to wipe Palestinians off the map (and the historical record), is dead

Ron Prosor, Israel's ambassador to the United Nations, reportedly called [Joan Peters'] home shortly before she passed away. "He said that Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu wanted my mother to know how grateful he was for all she had done for Israel" ("Joan Caro, author of controversial 'From Time Immemorial,' dies at 78," Haaretz, Jan. 8, 2015)


From Time Immemorial: A Spectacular Fraud


Anonymous said...

Small consolation that even Talmudists eventually die!

truthseeker said...

H.Res.707 — 113th Congress (2013-2014)religious freedom.

Supports Holocaust educational programs.

Urges the Secretary of State to:
•maintain fighting anti-Semitism as a U.S. foreign policy priority;
•urge governments to ensure that adequate laws are in place to punish anti-Semitic violence against persons and property;
•continue U.S. reporting on anti-Semitism by the Department of State and the Special Envoy to Combat and Monitor Anti-Semitism;
•ensure that instruments of U.S. public diplomacy, including the U.S. Representative to the Organization of Islamic Conference, are utilized to combat anti-Semitism;
•ensure high-level U.S. participation in the 2014 Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE) event marking the 10th anniversary of the 2004 OSCE Berlin Declaration against anti-Semitism;
•provide training for diplomatic and law enforcement personnel posted abroad to report on anti-Semitic incidents; and
•support OSCE efforts to monitor and address anti-Semitism, including through support for its law enforcement and civil society training programs.
Murice Pinay thought you be interested in this Bill that has passed the House!