Well not always, but when it comes to Palestinians yes indeed. I can understand a Palestinian being dragged down under the weight so that all sense of personal integrity leaves them and they adopt a "if you cannot beat them join them" attitude- however they could be a Walid Shoebat or Sean O'Callaghan type character also. Either which way it illustrates nothing other than the sheer sordidness that accompanies Zionism.
Anyway this is quite interesting, though there is some controversy around it. It is a Stele from 1208 BC which would appear be the first mention of ancient Israel. The real problem for the OP is that both in terms of biological inheritance and Spiritual beliefs Muslim Palestinians it can easily be argued are far closer to the original Hebrews and Ur-Yahwehism than well the lads he is supporting.
I recall a discussion between Norman Finkelstein and I think Max Blumenthal on Crosstalk on RT, during which they both said that Israeli archeological digs in Jerusalem did not continue down beyond the level at which they were finding Jewish artefacts.
I recall a discussion between Norman Finkelstein and I think Max Blumenthal on Crosstalk on RT, during which they both said that Israeli archeological digs did not continue down beyond the level at which they were finding Jewish artefacts.
There are "Israeli" archeological digs done by actual serious academics and then there are those done by people connected with the Hard Right Zionist Right and "Christian Zionists" which are very often about establishing claims to land and making Palestinian lives more difficult.
sword, have u ever been to knockma hill, noahs grand daughter associated with it. it is the most cosmic place ive ever been to, went there this summer for first time and watched moon rise, it is most definitely a centre of higher energy.