Sunday, November 21, 2010

Not Quite 'Junk' in Jerusalem

The origin of 'junk':

'Don't touch my junk' passenger sparks revolt against airport searches

US man who refused a groin pat-down inspires campaign to stop intimate searches and full body scans

Well, look at how things were in Jerusalem after the November 2, 1921 riots in Jerusalem which were

...a result of the Disturbances of 1921 [after which] an Arab delegation, headed by Musa al Hussein who was former mayor of Jerusalem, visited London to confer with the Colonial Secretary, Winston Churchill. During their visit on November 2, the anniversary of the Balfour Declaration, new disturbances broke out in Palestine. These disturbances were clearly designed to strengthen the hand of the delegation in its negotiations. During this time, four Jews and one Arab were killed.:-


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