Jerusalem terror

Did the “occupation” of the Jewish ancestral homeland in 1967 spark Palestinian terror?

“While such acts [of Palestinian terrorism] cannot be justified, they must be understood as being a painful but inevitable consequence of colonialism, apartheid or occupation,” Special Rapporteur John Dugard wrote in a 2008 report to the UN Human Rights Council.

Is that true?

Aside from the fact that the accusations against Israel cited by the UN official are false – for example, Israel is the opposite of an apartheid state – did the “occupation” of the Jewish ancestral homeland in the 1967 Six Day War trigger Palestinian terror?

Watch this video and learn the truth.

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If "Israeli occupation" causes Palestinian terrorism, how do you explain the following?

Posted by StandWithUs on Monday, September 4, 2017

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