Israel’s appalling rights record speaks for itself
ALLAN Wolman accuses the Star of what he describes as using “subliminal headlines to invert facts designed to tell a different tale”, (Star Letters, July 3).
The Star doesn’t have to “invert the facts” on Israel “to tell a different tale”, Israel has an appalling human rights record that speaks for itself and it is an occupying colonial power and an imperialist outpost in the Middle East.
Israel was established in 1948 by European Jews and expelled indigenous Palestinians who have not been allowed to go back from exile.
The terrorist groups that were responsible for bombing Palestinians out of their homes were the Stern Gang and Zvai Leumi between 1945 and 1948.
The idea to establish a Jewish state dates back to the Balfour Declaration of the 1800s and the Zionist Congress of 1899 organised by Theodor Herzle and funded by the Rothschilds. Anybody who is interested to know the modus operandi of the Zionists should read the Complete Diaries of Theodor Herzle.
Wolman condescendingly writes, “For the majority of this newspaper’s readers, the Israeli-Palestinian issue is of little interest…”
I think the level of knowledge I display in this article just shows how Wolman is so wrong. Some of us have been interested (in) Israel’s apartheid regime when it collaborated with the apartheid South African government in nuclear and military technology and before. When they exchanged this technology we were oppressed. So Israel has oiled the machine that crushed us as oppressed people and I wonder why when the ANC came to power (through a rigged election) it never severed diplomatic relations with it.
And if Wolman is a South African citizen like me, what business of his is it to defend the oppressive Israeli government with all his being? Israel has also deported Ethiopian Jews and ill-treats them. He should go and tell the bunkum he wrote, to the birds. Kagiso
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