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One Democratic State In Palestine: A Pending, Undeniable Reality

30/10/2010 By Ruqayyah Chamseddine

Building on the Madrid, Boston, and Haifa conferences, a select group of activists from a variety of backgrounds convened last weekend in Dallas, Texas in order to implement an international project - to pass a declaration which professes the need for creating a single democratic state in what is now occupied Palestine.

The declaration is unlike anything else written; a plethora of more mainstream proposals speak in representation of the people of Palestine, neglecting to give them room to voice their grievances and necessities. For too long the Palestinians have been forced to remain bystanders, watching with hands bound as others negotiate on their behalf.

The One Democratic State in Palestine Declaration emphasizes a vital alternative, placing the occupied and subjugated people of Palestine in a position to create a new beginning for not only one another but for those who once lived amongst them as brothers and sisters, the Jewish people: “We the…

Who is trying to bluff the Palestinians?

A critical view of Alan Hart’s proposal to PalestiniansBy Nahida the Exiled Palestinian
Alan Hart, a friend and supporter of Palestine, invited ALL Palestinians, at home and in Diaspora with all their political shades, factions and affiliations to unite and “call israel’s bluff”

July 27, 2010
He writes: (emphasis mine) “They could do so with a joint Fatah-Hamas statement to something like this effect: “We cannot and will not recognise Israel’s “right” to exist because it has no such right, but we are a pragmatic people andwe hereby declare that we are prepared to recognise and live in permanentpeace with the reality of an Israel inside its borders as they were on the eve of the 1967 war, with Jerusalem an open, undivided city and the capital of two states… We further declare that our pragmatism extends to accepting that the right of thedispossessed Palestinians to returnmust and will be confined to the Palestinian state, which means that many of those who wish to return willhave tosettle f…


Dear Debbie Manon passed to me this article written by Alan Hart, Mr. Hart did a great Job in exposing Zionism as the rael ememy of the Jews. I have no problem with the Jews of the world, as long as they continue to live where they live.
My problem is with the Zionist entity occupying my, and its ongoing crimes against my people.
My problem with Alan is is his "Peace conspiracis", and contradictions."

On July 27 he wrote,"I believe the Palestinian leadership should now say, in the most explicit terms, that most Palestinians are still prepared to live in permanent peace with an Israel inside its pre-1967 borders.". I assume a man who acted as a link between Arafat and Peres, is aware that Arafat did that in Oslo.

On Sept 4 he concluded that when Obama launched his push for peace, the Zionist state was already a monster beyond control.

On Sept 8 Alan  seconded Fredman's to invite Netanyahu to Riyadh, which I considered a call for Puppet Arab regimes to…

Gilad Atzmon: Zionist Tolerance For a Change

Friday, October 29, 2010 at 8:24PM Gilad Atzmon ‘Jewish left’ is basically an oxymoron. It is a contradiction in terms, because ‘Jewishness’ is a tribal ideology, whilst ‘the left’ are traditionally understood as aspiring to universalism. On the face of it, the ‘Jewish left’ is, at least categorically, no different from Israel or Zionism: after all, it is an attempt to form yet another ‘Jews only political club’. And as far as the Palestinian solidarity movement is concerned, its role is subject to a growing debate -- For on the one hand, one can see the political benefit of pointing at a very few ‘good Jews’, and emphasizing that there are Jews who ‘oppose Zionism as Jews’. Yet on the other hand, however, accepting the legitimacy of such a racially orientated political affair, is in itself, an acceptance of yet another form, or manifestation of Zionism, for Zionism claims that Jews are primarily Jewish, and had better operate politically as Jews(1). To a certain extent then, it is c…

The STL tide has changed: "Enough is enough" "Do you think we’re that stupid?”

By Uprooted Palestinian

"Let’s blame (Imad) Mughniyah for killing Hariri. He’s dead so the investigative trail ends. Just say, ‘We had no idea what he was doing’. No more tribunal. Everyone is happy. And as a sweetener we’ll take Hezbollah off our Terrorism list.”US undersecretary of State for Near East Affairs Jeffrey Feltman to Hezbollah via the Saudi-Syrian, back channel on 10/22/10

“Do you think we’re that stupid?”Hezbollah (smelling a set-up) to Obama via the same channel 10/23/10

Angry Arab ended his report on the encounter in the clinic in the southern suburbs of Beirut saying:"Shame on the Lebanese government and the Lebanese Order of Physicians for providing cover for such a travesty to take place." 
Hizbullah Coordination and Liaison Unit Denies Future Movement lie that it was Informed of STL Investigators Visit to Southern Suburb. I believe, such Formal Inforemation was not done because the STL wanted to test Hezbullah reaction, therefore Hezbullah women wer…