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  • +972 Magazine's 25 most-read posts of 2015

    You, our readers, voted with your clicks. The following is a list of the most popular articles we published this past year.  By +972 Magazine Staff 25. Photo exhibit challenges Zionism's most popular myth Using haunting aerial photographs of the Negev Desert, American artist Fazal Sheikh challenges the notion that the desert was an unpopulated, desolate land before the Zionists made it bloom. Read more here. 24. The untold story of Israeli military exports to South Sudan Since South Sudan’s independence, Israel has continuously sold it weapons, military training, homeland security and surveillance technology. The only problem? That aid is…

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  • Netanyahu and the Mufti memes, part deux

    From The Simpsons, to Seinfeld to Joe Biden, Israelis keep poking fun at their prime minister for his comments earlier this week, in which he seemingly absolving Hitler of responsibility for the Holocaust. (See part one.) Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu shocked a good part of the population of earth when he seemingly absolved Adolf Hitler of responsibility for the Holocaust by saying the Grand Mufti of Jerusalem, Haj Amin al-Husseini, convinced him to initiate the Final Solution. This is what Netanyahu said in his speech to the World Zionist Congress on Monday: Hitler didn’t want to exterminate the Jews…

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  • Israeli memes mock Netanyahu's Hitler revisionism

    Netanyahu is claiming that the Grand Mufti of Jerusalem was responsible for convincing Hitler to exterminate the Jews. Israelis and Palestinians are not letting him get off easy. Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu spoke to the World Zionist Congress in Jerusalem Tuesday afternoon, where he claimed that until he was convinced by the Grand Mufti of Jerusalem, Hitler never actually planned on exterminating European Jewry. [tmwinpost] According to Netanyahu's curious reading of history, Hitler had only intended to expel the Jews, a plan that allegedly worried the Mufti, who was concerned that they would flee Europe for Palestine. Thus the Mufti…

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  • On bigotry and solidarity

    Greta Berlin's anti-Semitic tweet was but one in a series of comments she has made, enabling many of her critics to discredit the entire Free Gaza Movement. As activists, it is our job to make sure one bigotry can never be used to justify another. By Tom Pessah An Iranian American acquaintance once explained to me the predicament she’s in. She’s a committed feminist who wants to expose and critique any examples of male domination in Iran. Yet whenever she does so, her critique is immediately seized upon by those wishing to justify the next war, which could harm her…

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  • Italian Communists liken Merkel to Hitler

    Rome, Italy -- Ahead of last week's visit to the Italian capital by German Chancellor Angela Merkel, Italy's Communist party put up posters likening Merkel to Adolf Hilter. Posters have appeared in a few spots in Rome portraying the German Chancellor Angela Merkel wearing an SS-style uniform, with a Euro-currency emblem on the arm patch in lieu of the Nazi (National Socialist Movement of Germany) swastika. The posters are credited to the Communist Party of Italy. As if the comparison wasn't obvious enough, someone clever went around with a marker and added in the Third Reich's leader's infamous mustache. The argument…

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  • Lars Von Trier banned from Cannes for sympathizing with Hitler

    For the first time in Cannes Film Festival history, a director has been banned from the lavish event for making remarks that indicate support, even esteem, for Adolf Hitler. Sitting in a press conference beside his screen star Charlotte Gainsbourg - herself a descendant of Holocaust survivors, Danish director Lars Von Trier, best known for "Dancer in the Dark" and cofounder of the Dogme 95 collective, said about Hitler, "I think I understand the man." He went on to say, "I'm not against Jews. I'm of course very much for Jews...no not too much...because Israel is a pain in the ass."…

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