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American Tharikida

പള്ളി പണി, ക്ഷേത്രം പണി, വിവാദം (അമേരിക്കൻ തരികിട-158, മെയ് 13)

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  1. Liar Liar Politics.

    2021-05-17 13:00:16

    Constant lying harms democracy. It's time for a law on truth in political speech. Trump's Big Lie and the normalization of lying in political speech in America. Americans are badly in need of wide-ranging new legislation to address this noxious pollution of the information environment. We already have truth-in-lending laws, truth-in-advertising laws and many legal penalties for lying in financial disclosures and transactions. These protections are in place because lying in these contexts has consequences that are unacceptable. The last four years have made it abundantly clear that unrestrained mendacity in political speech can massively damage our society. It is time for Americans to demand strong legislation to mandate truth in political speech. "we have to look to the legal system to enforce sanity." Flagrant mendacity in political speech has poisoned our discourse for far too long. Now the policy of trumpism is to lie & lie and keep on with lies. This need to stop. -Chanakyan.NY

  2. Anitha Reetha Panikkar

    2021-05-17 09:43:44

    Meghan McCain slams Marjorie Taylor Greene for making Republicans look like 'psychotic barbarians'.

  3. Israel lover

    2021-05-16 23:42:32

    President Obama gave money and tactical support to Palestine to fight against Israel. There was a war in 2014. President Trump cut off aid to Palestine. Four years of peace. Biden started giving money to Palestine. War started again. See the connection. Hamas thought they could send 2000 rockets to Israel and then call Uncle Biden and world leaders to stop Israeli retaliation. Did not work. Israel PM will decide when they will accept cease-fire. Psalm 121 1 My help comes from the LORD, the Maker of heaven and earth. indeed, he who watches over Israel will neither slumber nor sleep. the sun will not harm you by day, nor the moon by night.

  4. NOBILITY

    2021-05-16 21:57:37

    Nobility is not claiming superiority over fellow humans. Nobility is when you can control your inner self of evils.-andrew

  5. Sam Thomas

    2021-05-16 21:50:04

    Big Tech's Masters of the Universe, Democrats and fake new medias fueling the Marxist revolution and destroying America

  6. Israel X Palestine

    2021-05-16 21:47:19

    Amos 1:7 ഞാൻ ഗസ്സയുടെ മതിലിന്നകത്തു ഒരു തീ അയക്കും; അതു അതിന്റെ അരമനകളെ ദഹിപ്പിച്ചുകളയും. trump claimed in September that his son-in-law made a treaty for middle east peace. Those who know Middle east history know that it is just a hoax like his election stunt. The guy Jacob is filling the comment column with lies & lies like his god trump. Ignore him. Look at the UN map of Palestine in 1948 and now. Isreal has occupied 75% of it. America should stop funding Israel.

  7. JACOB

    2021-05-16 21:18:53

    Amos 1:7 So I will send down fire on the walls of Gaza, and all its fortresses will be destroyed.

  8. Toxic 45

    2021-05-16 21:11:13

    Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan says it was a 'mistake' to oust Liz Cheney and calls Trump 'toxic for the Republican Party and for the country'.

  9. THREAT TO DEMOCRACY

    2021-05-16 20:53:45

    THREAT TO DEMOCRACY: Days after being ousted from her position as GOP conference chair, Rep. Liz Cheney, R-Wyo., said on "Fox News Sunday" that Trump remains "a continuing danger to our [democratic] system," arguing that the most Trump voters "have been misled, they've been betrayed" by the former president's frequent repeating of falsehoods and conspiracy theories. Cheney added that she believes House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy, R-Calif., and Rep. Elise Stefanik, R-N.Y., her replacement as conference chair, are "complicit" in spreading misinformation that undermined American democracy.

  10. WHY NOW? #7

    2021-05-16 20:48:05

    Why Now? #7-First was the looming eviction of the six families from Sheikh Jarrah, a Palestinian neighborhood in East Jerusalem. With a final court decision on their case due in the first half of May, regular protests were held throughout April — demonstrations that accelerated after Palestinians drew a connection between the events at Damascus Gate and the plight of the residents. “What you see now at Sheikh Jarrah or at Al-Aqsa or at Damascus Gate is about pushing us out of Jerusalem,” said Salah Diab, a community leader in Sheikh Jarrah, whose leg was broken during a recent police raid on his house. “My neighborhood is just the beginning.” Police said they were responding to violence by demonstrators in Sheikh Jarrah, but video and images showed they engaged in violence themselves. As the images began to circulate online, the neighborhood turned into a rallying point for Palestinians not just across the occupied territories and Israel, but among the diaspora. The experience of the families, who had already been displaced from what became Israel in 1948, was something “every single Palestinian in the diaspora can relate to,” said Jehan Bseiso, a Palestinian poet living in Lebanon. And it highlighted a piece of legal discrimination: Israeli law allows Jews to reclaim land in East Jerusalem that was owned by Jews before 1948. But the descendants of hundreds of thousands of Palestinians who fled their homes that year have no legal means to reclaim their families’ land. “There’s something really triggering and cyclical about seeing people being removed from their homes all over again,” Bseiso said. “It’s very triggering and very, very relatable, even if you’re a million miles away.” On April 29, President Mahmoud Abbas of the Palestinian Authority canceled the Palestinian elections, fearing a humiliating result. The decision made Abbas look weak. Hamas saw an opportunity, and began to reposition itself as a militant defender of Jerusalem

  11. WHY NOW? #6

    2021-05-16 20:45:58

    WHY NOW ? #6: To Palestinians, it was another insult. It led to protests, which led to nightly clashes between the police and young men trying to reclaim the space. To the police, the protests were disorder to be controlled. But to many Palestinians, being pushed out of the square was a slight, beneath which were much deeper grievances. Most Palestinian residents of East Jerusalem, which Israel occupied during the 1967 Arab-Israeli war and later annexed, are not Israeli citizens by choice, because many say applying for citizenship would confer legitimacy on an occupying power. So they cannot vote. Many feel they are gradually being pushed out of Jerusalem. Restrictions on building permits force them to either leave the city or build illegal housing, which is vulnerable to demolition orders. So the decision to block Palestinians from a treasured communal space compounded the sense of discrimination that many have felt all their lives. “It made it feel as though they were trying to eliminate our presence from the city,” said Majed al-Qeimari, a 27-year-old butcher from East Jerusalem. “We felt the need to stand up in their faces and make a point that we are here.” The clashes at the Damascus Gate had repercussions. Later that week, Palestinian youths began attacking Jews. Some posted videos on TikTok, a social media site, garnering public attention. And that soon led to organized Jewish reprisals. On April 21, just a week after the police raid, a few hundred members of an extreme-right Jewish group, Lehava, marched through central Jerusalem, chanting “Death to Arabs” and attacking Palestinian passersby. A group of Jews was filmed attacking a Palestinian home, and others assaulted drivers who were perceived to be Palestinian. Foreign diplomats and community leaders tried to persuade the Israeli government to lower the temperature in Jerusalem, at least by reopening the square outside Damascus Gate. But they found the government distracted and uninterested, said a person involved in the discussions, who was not authorized to speak publicly. Netanyahu was in the middle of coalition negotiations after an election in March — the fourth in two years — that ended without a clear winner. To form a coalition, he needed to persuade several extreme-right lawmakers to join him. One was Itamar Ben Gvir, a former lawyer for Lehava who advocates expelling Arab citizens whom he considers disloyal to Israel, and who until recently hung a portrait of Baruch Goldstein, a Jewish extremist who massacred 29 Palestinians in Hebron in 1994, in his living room. Netanyahu was accused of pandering to the likes of Ben Gvir, and fomenting a crisis to rally Israelis around his leadership, by letting tensions rise in Jerusalem. “Netanyahu didn’t invent the tensions between Jews and Arabs,” said Anshel Pfeffer, a political commentator and biographer of the prime minister. “They’ve been here since before Israel was founded. But over his long years in power, he’s stoked and exploited these tensions for political gain time and again and has now miserably failed as a leader to put out the fires when it boiled over.” Mark Regev, a senior adviser to Netanyahu, rejected that analysis. “Exactly the opposite is true,” Regev said. “He has done everything he can to try to make calm prevail.” On April 25, the government relented on allowing Palestinians to gather outside the Damascus Gate. But then came a brace of developments that significantly widened the gyre.

  12. WHY NOW? #5

    2021-05-16 20:43:26

    Why Now ? #5- A sudden Palestinian political vacuum, and a grassroots protest that it could adopt, gave Hamas an opportunity to flex its muscles. These shifts in the Palestinian dynamics caught Israel unawares. Israelis had been complacent, nurtured by more than a decade of far-right governments that treated Palestinian demands for equality and statehood as a problem to be contained, not resolved. “We have to wake up,” said Ami Ayalon, a former director of the Israeli domestic intelligence agency, Shin Bet. “We have to change the way we understand all this, starting with the concept that the status quo is stable.” The loudspeaker incident was followed almost immediately by a police decision to close off a popular plaza outside the Damascus Gate, one of the main entrances to the Old City of Jerusalem. Young Palestinians typically gather there at night during Ramadan. A police spokesman, Micky Rosenfeld, said the plaza was closed to prevent dangerously large crowds from forming there, and to head off the possibility of violence

  13. Why now? #4

    2021-05-16 20:41:25

    Why Now#4- The mood began to shift in April. The prayers at Al-Aqsa for the first night of Ramadan on April 13 occurred as the Israeli president, Reuven Rivlin, was making his speech nearby. The mosque leadership, which is overseen by the Jordanian government, had rejected an Israeli request to avoid broadcasting prayers during the speech, viewing the request as disrespectful, a public affairs officer at the mosque said. So that night, the police raided the mosque and disconnected the speakers. “Without a doubt,” said Sabri, “it was clear to us that the Israeli police wanted to desecrate the Aqsa Mosque and the holy month of Ramadan.” A spokesman for the president denied that the speakers had been turned off, but later said they would double-check. In another year, the episode might have been quickly forgotten. But last month, several factors suddenly and unexpectedly aligned that allowed this slight to snowball into a major showdown. A resurgent sense of national identity among young Palestinians found expression not only in resistance to a series of raids on Al-Aqsa, but also in protesting the plight of six Palestinian families facing expulsion from their homes. The perceived need to placate an increasingly assertive far right gave Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu of Israel little incentive to calm the waters

  14. Why Now?#3

    2021-05-16 20:38:49

    Why Now #3- It had been seven years since the last significant conflict with Hamas, and 16 since the last major Palestinian uprising, or intifada. There was no major unrest in Jerusalem when then-President Donald Trump recognized the city as Israel’s capital and nominally moved the U.S. Embassy there. There were no mass protests after four Arab countries normalized relations with Israel, abandoning a long-held consensus that they would never do so until the Palestinian-Israeli conflict had been resolved. Two months ago, few in the Israeli military establishment were expecting anything like this. In private briefings, military officials said the biggest threat to Israel was 1,000 miles away in Iran, or across the northern border in Lebanon. When diplomats met in March with the two generals who oversee administrative aspects of Israeli military affairs in Gaza and the West Bank, they found the pair relaxed about the possibility of significant violence and celebrating an extended period of relative quiet, according to a senior foreign diplomat who asked to remain anonymous in order to speak freely. Gaza was struggling to overcome a wave of coronavirus infections. Most major Palestinian political factions, including Hamas, were looking toward Palestinian legislative elections scheduled for March, the first in 15 years. And in Gaza, where the Israeli blockade has contributed to an unemployment rate of about 50%, Hamas’ popularity was dwindling as Palestinians spoke increasingly of the need to prioritize the economy over war.

  15. Why Now?-2

    2021-05-16 20:36:37

    Why Now? #2- But in hindsight, the police raid on the mosque, one of the holiest sites in Islam, was one of several actions that led, less than a month later, to the sudden resumption of war between Israel and Hamas, the militant group that rules the Gaza Strip, and the outbreak of civil unrest between Arabs and Jews across Israel itself. “This was the turning point,” said Sheikh Ekrima Sabri, the grand mufti of Jerusalem. “Their actions would cause the situation to deteriorate.” That deterioration has been far more devastating, far-reaching and fast-paced than anyone imagined. It has led to the worst violence between Israelis and Palestinians in years — not only in the conflict with Hamas, which has killed at least 145 people in Gaza and 12 in Israel, but in a wave of mob attacks in mixed Arab-Jewish cities in Israel. It has spawned unrest in cities across the occupied West Bank, where Israeli forces killed 11 Palestinians on Friday. And it has resulted in the firing of rockets toward Israel from a Palestinian refugee camp in Lebanon, prompted Jordanians to march toward Israel in protest, and led Lebanese protesters to briefly cross their southern border with Israel. The crisis came as the Israeli government was struggling for its survival; as Hamas — which Israel views as a terrorist group — was seeking to expand its role within the Palestinian movement; and as a new generation of Palestinians was asserting its own values and goals. And it was the outgrowth of years of blockades and restrictions in Gaza, decades of occupation in the West Bank, and decades more of discrimination against Arabs within the state of Israel, said Avraham Burg, a former speaker of the Israeli parliament and former chair of the World Zionist Organization. “All the enriched uranium was already in place,” he said. “But you needed a trigger. And the trigger was the Aqsa Mosque.”

  16. ISRAEL x PALESTINIAN -WHY NOW?#1

    2021-05-16 20:33:47

    Why NOW? #1 After Years of Quiet, Israeli-Palestinian Conflict Exploded. Why Now?: JERUSALEM — Twenty-seven days before the first rocket was fired from Gaza this week, a squad of Israeli police officers entered the Al-Aqsa Mosque in Jerusalem, brushed the Palestinian attendants aside and strode across its vast limestone courtyard. Then they cut the cables to the loudspeakers that broadcast prayers to the faithful from four medieval minarets. It was the night of April 13, the first day of the Muslim holy month of Ramadan. It was also Memorial Day in Israel, which honors those who died fighting for the country. The Israeli president was delivering a speech at the Western Wall, a sacred Jewish site that lies below the mosque, and Israeli officials were concerned that the prayers would drown it out. The incident was confirmed by six mosque officials, three of whom witnessed it; Israeli police declined to comment. In the outside world, it barely registered.

  17. My view

    2021-05-16 20:26:51

    From my viewpoint: -Netanyahu is as crazy as Trump. He is behind the situation to stay in power. trump tried the same but failed. -There should be a ceasefire before more people get hurt -I support the Israeli & Palestine PEOPLE not the Isreali Govt. You can care about both. -Hamas is problematic always has been. If this bothers you you are a biased religious/ political hypocrite & fanatic.

  18. tom

    2021-05-16 20:14:57

    ha ha

  19. Voter Fraud is true

    2021-05-15 09:45:00

    trump was right when he said about voter fraud, Read about it : MAGA Fan Murdered His Wife, Then Submitted Her Ballot For Trump. Colorado authorities have arrested a supporter of Donald on murder charges and other related offenses, including voter fraud by submitting the ballot of his dead wife for Trump, Denver news station KDVR reports. According to KDVR, Colorado MAGA fan Barry Morphew was slapped with election fraud charges this week after prosecutors discovered that he illegally sent in his late wife’s ballot to give the former president an additional vote in last year’s presidential election. He was arrested for the murder of wife Suzanne Morphew last week, roughly one year after she was last seen alive. Women with maga malayalee husbands be careful.

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