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#32 - You must understand that this population you are referring to … 10/16/2013 on A very powerful photo 0
#30 - Firstly, nobody was kicked out. Everyone who lived in what bec…  [+] (3 new replies) 10/16/2013 on A very powerful photo 0
User avatar #31 - Ruspanic (10/16/2013) [-]
Look at it from their perspective.
They were living in that region for generations under various rulers. In the early 20th century, the Ottomans were replaced by the British. The population was mostly Arab in ethnicity and culture, but as subjects of an empire they had no control over their own immigration policies, and so the British allowed Jews to flood into Palestine by the thousands. At first the Arabs were okay with it because the Jews brought business and advances in science, agriculture, medicine and technology, but as the Jewish population grew much faster than the Arab population (largely due to continued immigration, which was further boosted by refugees of the Holocaust), eventually this led to tensions and some violence between the groups. Understandably, the Arabs felt their homeland was being taken over by foreigners.

In 1948, the Jews made up about 1/3 of the population of Palestine, compared to less than 1/10 just three decades earlier. And then the British legitimized the Jewish presence by offering them half the territory of Palestine for an independent state (a disproportionately large amount for their population). Of course the Arabs rejected that deal, from their perspective they just lost half their land to a bunch of foreigners. And a large majority of the Arabs in what became Israel left their homes, for a variety of reasons including forcible expulsion by the Israelis.

So yes, the Arabs had a legitimate claim to the land based on the fact that they lived there. If they had been self-governing instead of subject to rule by a foreign power, this would certainly not have been allowed to happen.
Now, of course, it's far too late to undo the State of Israel, but at the very least the Palestinians deserve to have the West Bank and Gaza Strip for themselves, once they can set up a functioning government.
User avatar #33 - Haruhi (10/16/2013) [-]
furthermore, the reasons for going to war were not the fact that this land had new ownership. It was solely because they were Jews. The Arab states who declared war time and again were not trying to liberate palestine. They were attempting to commit mass genocide.
User avatar #32 - Haruhi (10/16/2013) [-]
You must understand that this population you are referring to is/was extremely small. the cities of modern Israel didn't exist until the jews built them. The vast majority of people claiming to be palestinians are jordanians.
#28 - They have no claim to land  [+] (5 new replies) 10/15/2013 on A very powerful photo 0
User avatar #29 - Ruspanic (10/15/2013) [-]
Yes they do. They inhabited the region before the mass Jewish immigration in the first part of the 20th century, up until being kicked out once the State of Israel was formed. It's all well and good for the Zionists to seek a homeland for their people, but they had no right to do it in a place that was already inhabited by others.
User avatar #30 - Haruhi (10/16/2013) [-]
Firstly, nobody was kicked out. Everyone who lived in what became Israel was offered citizenship. They denied citizenship and took exile because all the arab leaders said to them, "hey, don't worry, we're gonna kill all the jews and destroy Israel so you guys don't take anything from them and dont worry we'll have them out in a few months." In 1967 when Israel captured the west bank, which previously was OCCUPIED by Jordan, Jordan abandoned ALL of it's citizens who lived in that region. They did not allow them to return to their own country. Thus, they were named Palestinians, and their plight for their land began.
User avatar #31 - Ruspanic (10/16/2013) [-]
Look at it from their perspective.
They were living in that region for generations under various rulers. In the early 20th century, the Ottomans were replaced by the British. The population was mostly Arab in ethnicity and culture, but as subjects of an empire they had no control over their own immigration policies, and so the British allowed Jews to flood into Palestine by the thousands. At first the Arabs were okay with it because the Jews brought business and advances in science, agriculture, medicine and technology, but as the Jewish population grew much faster than the Arab population (largely due to continued immigration, which was further boosted by refugees of the Holocaust), eventually this led to tensions and some violence between the groups. Understandably, the Arabs felt their homeland was being taken over by foreigners.

In 1948, the Jews made up about 1/3 of the population of Palestine, compared to less than 1/10 just three decades earlier. And then the British legitimized the Jewish presence by offering them half the territory of Palestine for an independent state (a disproportionately large amount for their population). Of course the Arabs rejected that deal, from their perspective they just lost half their land to a bunch of foreigners. And a large majority of the Arabs in what became Israel left their homes, for a variety of reasons including forcible expulsion by the Israelis.

So yes, the Arabs had a legitimate claim to the land based on the fact that they lived there. If they had been self-governing instead of subject to rule by a foreign power, this would certainly not have been allowed to happen.
Now, of course, it's far too late to undo the State of Israel, but at the very least the Palestinians deserve to have the West Bank and Gaza Strip for themselves, once they can set up a functioning government.
User avatar #33 - Haruhi (10/16/2013) [-]
furthermore, the reasons for going to war were not the fact that this land had new ownership. It was solely because they were Jews. The Arab states who declared war time and again were not trying to liberate palestine. They were attempting to commit mass genocide.
User avatar #32 - Haruhi (10/16/2013) [-]
You must understand that this population you are referring to is/was extremely small. the cities of modern Israel didn't exist until the jews built them. The vast majority of people claiming to be palestinians are jordanians.
#26 - Prior to 1967 there were no people claiming to be palestinians…  [+] (7 new replies) 10/15/2013 on A very powerful photo 0
User avatar #27 - Ruspanic (10/15/2013) [-]
Can't the same thing be said of the Israelis? Before the formation of the State of Israel in 1948, the Jews living in British Palestine were not Israelis.

Anyway, who cares what they call themselves? You're talking about ethnic identity, but that's irrelevant. The people exist, whatever you call them.
User avatar #28 - Haruhi (10/15/2013) [-]
They have no claim to land
User avatar #29 - Ruspanic (10/15/2013) [-]
Yes they do. They inhabited the region before the mass Jewish immigration in the first part of the 20th century, up until being kicked out once the State of Israel was formed. It's all well and good for the Zionists to seek a homeland for their people, but they had no right to do it in a place that was already inhabited by others.
User avatar #30 - Haruhi (10/16/2013) [-]
Firstly, nobody was kicked out. Everyone who lived in what became Israel was offered citizenship. They denied citizenship and took exile because all the arab leaders said to them, "hey, don't worry, we're gonna kill all the jews and destroy Israel so you guys don't take anything from them and dont worry we'll have them out in a few months." In 1967 when Israel captured the west bank, which previously was OCCUPIED by Jordan, Jordan abandoned ALL of it's citizens who lived in that region. They did not allow them to return to their own country. Thus, they were named Palestinians, and their plight for their land began.
User avatar #31 - Ruspanic (10/16/2013) [-]
Look at it from their perspective.
They were living in that region for generations under various rulers. In the early 20th century, the Ottomans were replaced by the British. The population was mostly Arab in ethnicity and culture, but as subjects of an empire they had no control over their own immigration policies, and so the British allowed Jews to flood into Palestine by the thousands. At first the Arabs were okay with it because the Jews brought business and advances in science, agriculture, medicine and technology, but as the Jewish population grew much faster than the Arab population (largely due to continued immigration, which was further boosted by refugees of the Holocaust), eventually this led to tensions and some violence between the groups. Understandably, the Arabs felt their homeland was being taken over by foreigners.

In 1948, the Jews made up about 1/3 of the population of Palestine, compared to less than 1/10 just three decades earlier. And then the British legitimized the Jewish presence by offering them half the territory of Palestine for an independent state (a disproportionately large amount for their population). Of course the Arabs rejected that deal, from their perspective they just lost half their land to a bunch of foreigners. And a large majority of the Arabs in what became Israel left their homes, for a variety of reasons including forcible expulsion by the Israelis.

So yes, the Arabs had a legitimate claim to the land based on the fact that they lived there. If they had been self-governing instead of subject to rule by a foreign power, this would certainly not have been allowed to happen.
Now, of course, it's far too late to undo the State of Israel, but at the very least the Palestinians deserve to have the West Bank and Gaza Strip for themselves, once they can set up a functioning government.
User avatar #33 - Haruhi (10/16/2013) [-]
furthermore, the reasons for going to war were not the fact that this land had new ownership. It was solely because they were Jews. The Arab states who declared war time and again were not trying to liberate palestine. They were attempting to commit mass genocide.
User avatar #32 - Haruhi (10/16/2013) [-]
You must understand that this population you are referring to is/was extremely small. the cities of modern Israel didn't exist until the jews built them. The vast majority of people claiming to be palestinians are jordanians.
#24 - Palestine isn't a place.  [+] (9 new replies) 10/15/2013 on A very powerful photo 0
User avatar #25 - Ruspanic (10/15/2013) [-]
Yes it is. It's Gaza and the West Bank, a.k.a the Palestinian Territories. Before the creation of Israel, the area called "Palestine" also included what is now the State of Israel.
User avatar #26 - Haruhi (10/15/2013) [-]
Prior to 1967 there were no people claiming to be palestinians. Do you even history?
User avatar #27 - Ruspanic (10/15/2013) [-]
Can't the same thing be said of the Israelis? Before the formation of the State of Israel in 1948, the Jews living in British Palestine were not Israelis.

Anyway, who cares what they call themselves? You're talking about ethnic identity, but that's irrelevant. The people exist, whatever you call them.
User avatar #28 - Haruhi (10/15/2013) [-]
They have no claim to land
User avatar #29 - Ruspanic (10/15/2013) [-]
Yes they do. They inhabited the region before the mass Jewish immigration in the first part of the 20th century, up until being kicked out once the State of Israel was formed. It's all well and good for the Zionists to seek a homeland for their people, but they had no right to do it in a place that was already inhabited by others.
User avatar #30 - Haruhi (10/16/2013) [-]
Firstly, nobody was kicked out. Everyone who lived in what became Israel was offered citizenship. They denied citizenship and took exile because all the arab leaders said to them, "hey, don't worry, we're gonna kill all the jews and destroy Israel so you guys don't take anything from them and dont worry we'll have them out in a few months." In 1967 when Israel captured the west bank, which previously was OCCUPIED by Jordan, Jordan abandoned ALL of it's citizens who lived in that region. They did not allow them to return to their own country. Thus, they were named Palestinians, and their plight for their land began.
User avatar #31 - Ruspanic (10/16/2013) [-]
Look at it from their perspective.
They were living in that region for generations under various rulers. In the early 20th century, the Ottomans were replaced by the British. The population was mostly Arab in ethnicity and culture, but as subjects of an empire they had no control over their own immigration policies, and so the British allowed Jews to flood into Palestine by the thousands. At first the Arabs were okay with it because the Jews brought business and advances in science, agriculture, medicine and technology, but as the Jewish population grew much faster than the Arab population (largely due to continued immigration, which was further boosted by refugees of the Holocaust), eventually this led to tensions and some violence between the groups. Understandably, the Arabs felt their homeland was being taken over by foreigners.

In 1948, the Jews made up about 1/3 of the population of Palestine, compared to less than 1/10 just three decades earlier. And then the British legitimized the Jewish presence by offering them half the territory of Palestine for an independent state (a disproportionately large amount for their population). Of course the Arabs rejected that deal, from their perspective they just lost half their land to a bunch of foreigners. And a large majority of the Arabs in what became Israel left their homes, for a variety of reasons including forcible expulsion by the Israelis.

So yes, the Arabs had a legitimate claim to the land based on the fact that they lived there. If they had been self-governing instead of subject to rule by a foreign power, this would certainly not have been allowed to happen.
Now, of course, it's far too late to undo the State of Israel, but at the very least the Palestinians deserve to have the West Bank and Gaza Strip for themselves, once they can set up a functioning government.
User avatar #33 - Haruhi (10/16/2013) [-]
furthermore, the reasons for going to war were not the fact that this land had new ownership. It was solely because they were Jews. The Arab states who declared war time and again were not trying to liberate palestine. They were attempting to commit mass genocide.
User avatar #32 - Haruhi (10/16/2013) [-]
You must understand that this population you are referring to is/was extremely small. the cities of modern Israel didn't exist until the jews built them. The vast majority of people claiming to be palestinians are jordanians.
#19 - Palestinians don't exist. Truth hurts, doesn't it.  [+] (11 new replies) 10/15/2013 on A very powerful photo -2
User avatar #22 - Ruspanic (10/15/2013) [-]
Nope, you're just a faggot.
A Palestinian is an Arab resident of Palestine.
User avatar #24 - Haruhi (10/15/2013) [-]
Palestine isn't a place.
User avatar #25 - Ruspanic (10/15/2013) [-]
Yes it is. It's Gaza and the West Bank, a.k.a the Palestinian Territories. Before the creation of Israel, the area called "Palestine" also included what is now the State of Israel.
User avatar #26 - Haruhi (10/15/2013) [-]
Prior to 1967 there were no people claiming to be palestinians. Do you even history?
User avatar #27 - Ruspanic (10/15/2013) [-]
Can't the same thing be said of the Israelis? Before the formation of the State of Israel in 1948, the Jews living in British Palestine were not Israelis.

Anyway, who cares what they call themselves? You're talking about ethnic identity, but that's irrelevant. The people exist, whatever you call them.
User avatar #28 - Haruhi (10/15/2013) [-]
They have no claim to land
User avatar #29 - Ruspanic (10/15/2013) [-]
Yes they do. They inhabited the region before the mass Jewish immigration in the first part of the 20th century, up until being kicked out once the State of Israel was formed. It's all well and good for the Zionists to seek a homeland for their people, but they had no right to do it in a place that was already inhabited by others.
User avatar #30 - Haruhi (10/16/2013) [-]
Firstly, nobody was kicked out. Everyone who lived in what became Israel was offered citizenship. They denied citizenship and took exile because all the arab leaders said to them, "hey, don't worry, we're gonna kill all the jews and destroy Israel so you guys don't take anything from them and dont worry we'll have them out in a few months." In 1967 when Israel captured the west bank, which previously was OCCUPIED by Jordan, Jordan abandoned ALL of it's citizens who lived in that region. They did not allow them to return to their own country. Thus, they were named Palestinians, and their plight for their land began.
User avatar #31 - Ruspanic (10/16/2013) [-]
Look at it from their perspective.
They were living in that region for generations under various rulers. In the early 20th century, the Ottomans were replaced by the British. The population was mostly Arab in ethnicity and culture, but as subjects of an empire they had no control over their own immigration policies, and so the British allowed Jews to flood into Palestine by the thousands. At first the Arabs were okay with it because the Jews brought business and advances in science, agriculture, medicine and technology, but as the Jewish population grew much faster than the Arab population (largely due to continued immigration, which was further boosted by refugees of the Holocaust), eventually this led to tensions and some violence between the groups. Understandably, the Arabs felt their homeland was being taken over by foreigners.

In 1948, the Jews made up about 1/3 of the population of Palestine, compared to less than 1/10 just three decades earlier. And then the British legitimized the Jewish presence by offering them half the territory of Palestine for an independent state (a disproportionately large amount for their population). Of course the Arabs rejected that deal, from their perspective they just lost half their land to a bunch of foreigners. And a large majority of the Arabs in what became Israel left their homes, for a variety of reasons including forcible expulsion by the Israelis.

So yes, the Arabs had a legitimate claim to the land based on the fact that they lived there. If they had been self-governing instead of subject to rule by a foreign power, this would certainly not have been allowed to happen.
Now, of course, it's far too late to undo the State of Israel, but at the very least the Palestinians deserve to have the West Bank and Gaza Strip for themselves, once they can set up a functioning government.
User avatar #33 - Haruhi (10/16/2013) [-]
furthermore, the reasons for going to war were not the fact that this land had new ownership. It was solely because they were Jews. The Arab states who declared war time and again were not trying to liberate palestine. They were attempting to commit mass genocide.
User avatar #32 - Haruhi (10/16/2013) [-]
You must understand that this population you are referring to is/was extremely small. the cities of modern Israel didn't exist until the jews built them. The vast majority of people claiming to be palestinians are jordanians.
#151 - Don't ever date a women with a kid. You will end up paying out…  [+] (1 new reply) 10/09/2013 on I can not find a fault in... +1
#156 - evanomicfour (10/09/2013) [-]


Absolutely correct ser.
#95 - >mfw you think the leaders are meant to be historically accurate.  [+] (1 new reply) 10/09/2013 on What to expect from Gandhi... 0
#96 - schneidend (10/09/2013) [-]
MFW you have no face.
#89 - The AI get progressively less passive the higher the dificulty.  [+] (3 new replies) 10/09/2013 on What to expect from Gandhi... 0
User avatar #94 - schneidend (10/09/2013) [-]
You'd think Ghandi would always go for a religious or cultural victory.
User avatar #95 - Haruhi (10/09/2013) [-]
>mfw you think the leaders are meant to be historically accurate.
#96 - schneidend (10/09/2013) [-]
MFW you have no face.
#87 - yes  [+] (5 new replies) 10/09/2013 on What to expect from Gandhi... 0
User avatar #88 - schneidend (10/09/2013) [-]
...Why does a higher difficulty make Ghandi, of all people, go apeshit?
User avatar #89 - Haruhi (10/09/2013) [-]
The AI get progressively less passive the higher the dificulty.
User avatar #94 - schneidend (10/09/2013) [-]
You'd think Ghandi would always go for a religious or cultural victory.
User avatar #95 - Haruhi (10/09/2013) [-]
>mfw you think the leaders are meant to be historically accurate.
#96 - schneidend (10/09/2013) [-]
MFW you have no face.
#89 - Wouldn't there still be a bullet in the chamber  [+] (1 new reply) 10/08/2013 on Disarm an AK 0
#90 - xxxsonic fanxxx (10/08/2013) [-]
The second kick took the bullet out of the chamber.
#359 - if the story is true you should have left your number on the t…  [+] (1 new reply) 10/02/2013 on Sexual assault is not cool +1
#373 - theseamonster (10/02/2013) [-]
Dude, it honestly slipped my mind. Everything happened so quick, when I got back to my apartment I was just like, "Oh fuck." A positive is that I do know her first name, so I'm hoping to find her on social media possibly. But still, I've been kicking myself all week for not getting that number.
#27 - SEXIEST LEGS MMMMMM 09/25/2013 on A wedding photo. -1
#73 - They get it from other ******* countries 09/23/2013 on a future? +1
#79 - Stop. Giving. These people. Attention. 09/23/2013 on It Hurts A Little 0
#47 - I chucked way more than I should have. 09/23/2013 on Banana hat! 0
#36 - *gun laws 09/21/2013 on Guns make us less safe -1
#35 - Laws don't do anything to protect good people. Let's remember,…  [+] (1 new reply) 09/21/2013 on Guns make us less safe 0
User avatar #36 - Haruhi (09/21/2013) [-]
*gun laws
#16 - But Iraq attacked our ally Kuwait... So...yeah...  [+] (1 new reply) 09/17/2013 on Obama's FW Syria 0
#18 - afireinsidebrad (09/19/2013) [-]
doesnt mean we were, just an ally
#77 - The Israeli soldier in this I find offensive.. Because it make…  [+] (1 new reply) 09/15/2013 on Tits 0
User avatar #101 - monkee (09/15/2013) [-]
The media does seem to paint israel as the agressor in almost every conflict I have been made aware of.
#753 - Picture 09/15/2013 on Three minutes put Hollywood... +5
#752 - Picture  [+] (1 new reply) 09/15/2013 on Three minutes put Hollywood... +5
#753 - Haruhi (09/15/2013) [-]
#751 - Picture  [+] (2 new replies) 09/15/2013 on Three minutes put Hollywood... +5
#752 - Haruhi (09/15/2013) [-]
#753 - Haruhi (09/15/2013) [-]
#14 - **Haruhi rolls 021** 09/07/2013 on Superpowers 0
#100 - Comment deleted 09/06/2013 on I'll save you a seat to hell 0
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#53 - dillistone (09/09/2014) [-]
suck a dick
User avatar #51 - soundofwinter ONLINE (06/19/2014) [-]
**** you
User avatar #52 to #51 - Haruhi (06/19/2014) [-]
ok
#49 - revengeforfreeze (03/18/2014) [-]
Do you like Pokemon?
User avatar #50 to #49 - Haruhi (03/19/2014) [-]
I haven't played anything released past emerald
#47 - iamaniceperson (02/26/2014) [-]
Yer not the Haruhi I tough you were. get outta my face
User avatar #48 to #47 - Haruhi (03/05/2014) [-]
**** yourself
User avatar #46 - andranadu (01/27/2014) [-]
You're jewish?

Hug me brutha!
User avatar #31 - finni (03/17/2013) [-]
Who's the chick in your profile picture?
User avatar #43 to #31 - revengeforfreeze (01/21/2014) [-]
Haruhi Suzumiya
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#25 - maggotsix (01/06/2012) [-]
Sawp! :D
User avatar #26 to #26 - Haruhi (02/22/2012) [-]
hai
#13 - MarshManOriginal (09/09/2011) [-]
Same as #10.
User avatar #12 - azusa (08/02/2011) [-]
Nice username! :D
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#10 - Vanbr (07/05/2011) [-]
I am a random person you have never met before but i saw your name and couldnt help but come here to post this worthless comment
#8 - MatthewsGauss (05/14/2011) [-]
finally a chance to use this
finally a chance to use this
User avatar #28 to #8 - acaivy (01/24/2013) [-]
To use what?
#7 - thatnerdyguy (04/01/2011) [-]
Hello there.
#6 - sircool (03/22/2011) [-]
i would never think some one would make an account of this anime
User avatar #4 - DoucheKiller (01/05/2011) [-]
wargharrrble!
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