What is Zionism? What has been the effect of Zionism on the Palestinian people and the Middle East? Most in the West believe that Zionism is the pursuit of Jews to their rightful homeland in Palestine as promised to them by God in the Bible. Few know that Zionism is a political movement founded by and atheist Jew, Theodore Herzl, in 1896 to cause European Jews to migrate to Palestine. Theodore Herzl had no religious leanings but used religion to accomplish his goals. Few also know that European Jews are Caucasians who converted to Judaism with no genetic or blood ties to the original 12 tribes of Israel. They are Khazars and it is as equally ridiculous to claim them as Jews with rights to Palestine as it is to claim converted Chinese Muslims as Arabs with rights to Makkah. Few also know that Jews have lived for many centuries in the Middle East, in complete peace and friendliness with their Arab neighbours. This section will provide informative articles exposing Zionism.
in fact the number is around 91 now.
Starbucks CEO Calls Himself ‘an Active Zionist,’ but Can You Find It Anywhere on the Web?
The spoof read, in part: “I want to thank you for making Starbucks the $6.4 billion global company it is today… Every latte you drink at Starbucks is a contribution to the close alliance between the United States and Israel, in fact it is — as I was assured when being honored with the “Israel 50th Anniversary Friend of Zion Tribute Award” — key to Israel’s long-term PR success. Your daily frappucino helps pay for student projects in North America and Israel, presenting them with the badly needed Israeli perspective of the Intifada.”
Rabbi Michael Lerner wrote on July 16, 2014: “Hamas is “objectively even if not subjectively” the best friend of the Israeli settlers, right-wing Israeli extremists, and the Netanyahu government.“
Then he gives his Talmudic anti-Goyim advice to Hamas: “Stop the attempts to bomb Israel. These acts are immoral, ineffective, and counter-productive toward the only legitimate goal: peace and openhearted reconciliation among the people of the region.”