palestinian museum

Anti-Israel bias anyone? The museum is scheduled to open in May, on Israel Independence Day, which Arabs call “Nakba Day” – “The Catastrophe.”

Memo to the “Palestinians” – You would have had your own country if you had accepted the UN Partition Plan of 1947.

As Israeli Foreign Minister Abba Eban famously said: “The Arabs never miss an opportunity to miss an opportunity.”

Via Jerusalem Post:

CNN on Wednesday listed the Palestinian Museum, set to open in the West Bank in May, as one its “9 best attractions opening in 2016.”

The museum’s opening is scheduled to coincide with Nakba Day, in which Palestinians mark the “catastrophe” of Israel gaining independence in 1948….

The museum is touted as a harbinger of humanitarian projects and as a vehicle for, “the empowerment of the Palestinian people,” according to the museum’s site….


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  1. Alain41 says:

    “a harbinger of humanitarian projects” <== Does that mean more tunnels?

    Sounds similar to the Ground Zero Mosque project. Possibly will be called out as an example for a 'museum committed to humanitarian projects' that should be built at Ground Zero in lieu of mosque (in lieu of, your elbow).

  2. Maynard says:

    This is what a vehicle for the empowerment of the Palestinian people looks like:

    To be fair, the actual museum website refers to the museum as “an agent of empowerment for the Palestinian people”. Those wily Jews at the Jerusalem Post changed the wording to make the Arabs Palestinians look bad.

    This is what an agent of empowerment for the Palestinian people looks like:

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