Thursday, November 29, 2018

M Lamont Hill is Looking for a Verb

According to the official press release

Marc Lamont Hill, a representative of civil society, stressed:  

“Our solidarity must be more than a noun; our solidarity must become a verb.”  

So, how would that be, linguistically?




And if we are engaged in language and Hill said that

solidarity means recognizing the Palestinian right to self-defence, stressing that Palestinians must not be shamed for resisting in the face of State violence and ethnic cleansing. 

he should know that "resistance" in the history of the Arabs of historic Palestine means one thing and one thing only, killing Jews. Violently.

Oh, and "historic Palestine" includes Jordan. So what do we do with the King?

P.S.  Does he know that thousands of Jews had been ethnically-cleansed from their Historic Homeland in Judea and Samaria and also Gaza during 1920-1948 by...Arabs?

P.P.S.  The sole national group who has had its "historic" connection to Historic Palestine is...the Jews:

recognition has thereby been given to the historical connection of the Jewish people with Palestine and to the grounds for reconstituting their national home in that country


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