If people bother to pick up a history book and read, you will come across some undeniable similarities with how Nazi’s treated the Jewish people and how the Jewish people are treating the Palestinian people. But there is a major difference between the two. The Palestinian genocide is not funded by Palestinians whereas the Jewish genocide was funded by Jews.
When Germany was run by the Nazi party, the only other political party allowed to exist in Germany at the time was the Zionist party. In fact, the only reason the Zionist party was allowed to exist was due to the common vision they both shared, the creation of the state of Israel. If one is to look deeper in who funded Nazi Germany, one will come across the Rothschild family, the bloodline formerly known among other names, as the Bauers, is a German Jewish banking family. Now, you might be asking yourself, “why would a German Jewish family fund the Nazi party, a party whose ‘main’ objective is to eliminate the Jews?” It is quite simple actually, the Jewish genocide under Nazi control was required in order to create the state of Israel in a manner which would permeate pity and sympathy among the world for the Jews, as oppose to creating it in a manner which would seem unlawful and unjust.
Once Israel was created, it kept expanding. More and more land was given to Israel, while more and more land was being taken from the once proud nation known as Palestine. Not only was it the land being taken from the Palestinian people, but also basic human rights such as, but not limited to: land seizures, home demolitions, displacement, segregation, isolation, closures, movement and travel restrictions, the Separation Wall’s construction, daily home invasions, arrests, attacks on peaceful protestors, imprisonments, and torture of detainees under a rigid “matrix of control” involving checkpoints, bypass roads, roadblocks, curfews, electric fences, and various other harassment’s to cow all Palestinians into submission or make them give up and leave.
Although I would love to write more on this subject, I cannot. Time does not seem to be on my side at this given time. Inshallah, in the near future I will, but as for now, I bid you all a fond adieu.