Amnesty International enables war crimes by whitewashing Islamic terror and erasing Jewish history with a report full of lies against Israel.
Amnesty International just issued a report that isn’t just anti-Israel. It trashes Jewish history. The Amnesty report erases all connection between the Jewish people and our homeland, Israel.
They have issued this report to pressure Tripadvisor.com, booking.com and Airbnb to remove all Jewish owned properties in the Jewish homeland of Israel they deem to be illegal.
Whitewashing Jewish History
The following is one of the most bombastic quotes from the Amnesty report:
“The City of David National Park is already one of the most visited attractions in Israel. In 2017, it received 17.5% of all foreign visitors (some 630,000 people).205 Hundreds of thousands of Israelis also visit the site each year, including many groups of school children, students
Are they serious? The City of David is the ancient city of Jerusalem right outside the Old City walls. It is the place where the first Jewish Kingdom began, where King David sat and ruled over the Jews of Judea! That is where it all began, and yet Amnesty has written up that the Jews have no connection to the City of David!
To add insult to injury, no “palestinian” Arabs lived there before the 19th century! It was empty land. People only lived within the Old City walls until the 19th century. And yet Amnesty writes off the importance of emphasizing 3,000 years of Jewish history.
And here is another pearl from the report:
“Israel has constructed many of its settlements close to archaeological sites to make the link between the modern State of Israel and its Jewish history explicit.”
Those archaeological sites are our history, from the Bible! There is nothing more natural than an indigenous people highlighting the ancient connection to their land, as the Jews are doing across Israel, including in Judea & Samaria where a majority of the stories in the Bible took place. Yet somehow, according to Amnesty this is a war crime.
Instead of recognizing the Jewish people as the true indigenous people of the land of Israel, it crowns a people with no history in our land as the indigenous people. Even the United Nations 1947 resolution NEVER mentioned a people called “palestinians”. The United Nations always referred to “Arabs”, but never to “palestinians”. Only after the arch terrorist Yassar Arafat created the PLO terrorist group in the late 1960s did the United Nations start to use the term “palestinians”.
More Truth Unmasking the Amnesty Hit Report
Hey Amnesty International thanks for making it obvious now what many of us already knew – that Amnesty is plagued by institutional antisemitism! @TripAdvisor no need to follow AI’s support of the antisemitic BDS movement. Stay strong in the face of blatant hatred!— Rob Berg (@RobBerg6) January 30, 2019
This targeted campaign against Israel was foretold and expected. @amnesty attributes no agency to the Palestinians, which were offered 95% of the west bank but turned it down because they will accept nothing less than the entirety of Israel and the ethnic cleansing of its Jews.— Paul (@P2theGburn) January 30, 2019
.@amnesty tells @airbnb @bookingcom @expedia @TripAdvisor that there’s no problem with Russia, Syria, China..No. @amnestypress urge them to remove Jewish sites, cuz..human rights?🤷♂️— Hen Mazzig (@HenMazzig) January 30, 2019
Pic: Human rights violation according to #AmnestyAntisemitismhttps://t.co/SFFtFdhVeu@ngomonitor pic.twitter.com/nSwjBbWypH
Wanna know how we know that you’re full of $hit? Because you are more interested in demonising Jews than you are about saving muslims. Otherwise, you’d be creating drives for relief funds, or sending care packages to the victims. I’ll bet my bottom shekel that you do neither. pic.twitter.com/m9JVn6sl9Y— ISRAELI FRONTLINE (@IsraelFrontline) January 30, 2019
According to @amnesty‘s new report, @Codepink‘s @ArielElyseGold committed a war crime when she visited the Western Wall in #Jerusalem. #NoJewsAllowed #AmnestyAntisemitism #HumanRightsHypocrisy pic.twitter.com/8QZh7j9UKn— NGO Monitor (@ngomonitor) January 30, 2019