|Yes, Israel was not legitimately established. No, I'm not bothering to look at your racist, tendentious|
description of Arab atrocities. The US killed four million in Indochina, plus millions of African slaves
and Indians, the ancient Hebrew tribes wiped out the Chaldeans, Philistines, Canaanites, Phoenicians,
Assyrians and many others. See Israel Shahak's Jewish History, Jewish Religion for examples of the barbarism of Judaism. See books on the Middle Ages for Christendom's extermination of tens of millions
of "witches" and others. The Germans alone came close to auto-genocide in exterminating each other in
the Thirty Years Protestant-Catholic Wars. Obviously, when you refer to a whole people like Ayn Rand
did to Arabs that is per se racist and nobody would have the slightest problem recognizing this if the subjectt
of these insane generalizations were Jews or Blacks or any other group. Only a willfully dense person could interpret Rand's vile racism as referring to only a language.
Reading list so one has to take my word for anything:
What Price Israel ? By Alfred M. Lilienthal
The Other Side Of The Coin " "
The Zionist Connection " "
All three books by Lilienthal are excellent.
Suez: The Twice-Fought by Kennett Love (no typo, Kennett, not Kenneth)
The Question Of Palestine by Edward Said
The Great War For Civilization:The Battle For The Middle East by Robert Fisk
The Fateful Triangle:The US, Israel and The Palestinians by Noam Chomsky, even though
Chomsky is a left zionist this is very worthwhile, get the revised 2000 ed., South End Press
The Gun and The Olive Branch by David Hirst
The Iron Wall:Israel & The Arab World by Avi Schlaim
The Transformation Of Palestine edited by Dr. Ibrahim Abu-Lughod
There are many more books but these are an excellent start.
I don't debate with imbeciles who equate criticism of Israel's racist, fascist
policies with attacks on Jews nor would my Jewish wife of many years agree
with that moronic sentiment.