The Video That Debunks The Big Lie About Israel

by Phil Schneider
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Where are the words “West Bank” from? Why does Israel have an area that is termed the “West Bank?” It goes back to a failed Jordanian attack on the 1 day old State of Israel. It goes back to an attempt to disconnect the indigenous connection of the Jewish people to this integral part of the State of Israel.

The term “West Bank” was used by Jordanian occupiers. The real name for these areas is Judea and Samaria. Anything else is flat out wrong.

There is probably no better claim to a parcel of land than the Jewish claim to Judea and Samaria. But instead, the big lie was created, that somehow, the State of Israel is occupying so-called “Palestinian” land. This is a big lie for multiple reasons.

First of all, there is no Arab ethnic entity historically that were ever known as “Palestinians.” It all started as a propaganda push around the time of 1967-1973 in order to discredit Israel’s huge gains in it’s defensive war against three Arab countries that joined up to fight her in the Six Day War.

Secondly, the Arab leadership has made it crystal clear, endlessly, that they object to the entire existence of the State of Israel. They do not have a minor claim for the areas of Judea and Samaria. They dispute Israel’s very existence. The “West Bank” term is merely a fiction that was coined in order to fool the world into thinking that the Jewish connection is weak to the areas that are termed the “West Bank” of Jordan.

In truth, the part of the State of Israel that Israel has the deepest connection with are specifically the areas in Judea and Samaria. Beth-El, Shilo, Hebron, Shechem. These are all places that the forefathers of the Jewish people walked through, lived in, purchased, and died in – more than 3,500 years ago. Is there any stronger claim to a Land than that?

Im Tirtzu is right on!

Col. Kemp

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