Contrary to what they profess, the soul of a racist supremacist jew (think Elor Azaria, Joe Lieberman, Miliekowsky) is the least advanced and basest of all souls. Sadly, they so very much identify with their physical bodies and when they die, they will find it extremely difficult advancing to a higher level and may actually need to live a thousand lifetimes of pain and misery just to satisfy karmic justice they've incurred in this lifetime.
Wednesday, May 16, 2018
This is the ongoing Nakba.
Since the beginning of the Great Return March on Land Day, March 30, Israel has stolen the lives of at least 109 Palestinians asking to return to their homes. As we follow the news and read the growing list of names with sorrow and dread, it's critical that we remember that this did not start on March 30.
Moments like the Great Return March are incredibly important. They grab our attention because of the inspiration of the mass mobilization and unity we see, because of our connection to events on the ground, and because they garner media attention. But we have to be vigilant in remembering that they are not isolated incidents: neither the mobilized Palestinian resistance nor the brutality with which Israel responds. When we start the death count over again, we become part of a narrative cycle that perpetuates the idea that life in historic Palestine has been calm until the most recent so-called flare-up of violence. But violence is a reality for Palestinians every day. So is their resistance. From day one, Israel has been engaged in the relentless destruction of Palestinian communities, families, and way of life – erasing Palestinians and replacing them with Jewish Israelis. Today, Israel continues to systemically steal Palestinian land, destroy their homes, and revoke their residency rights, denying Palestinians the freedom to live with safety and security. It also refuses to let Palestinian refugees return to their homes, making them the longest-standing and second largest refugee population in the world. This is the ongoing Nakba.