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Who was the first to live in what is now Israel, Jews or Arabs?

Who was the first to live in what is now Israel, Jews or Arabs?


By: kpr37  •  History  •  19 Comments  •  8 months ago

saved because I think it’s going to be deleted by down votes with out moderation. I need a copy to submit. Who was the first to live in what is now Israel, Jews or Arabs? On the...
 Today is the 85 anniversary of the BDS movement

Today is the 85 anniversary of the BDS movement


By: kpr37  •  Israel  •  21 Comments  •  last year

# OTD In 1933, Nazi Germany staged a daylong national boycott of Jewish-owned businesses http:// apne.ws/ZcmZsiE   Who knew today is the 85 anniversary of the BDS movement? I...
"Choices" note to Kanye West

"Choices" note to Kanye West


By: kpr37  •  Nigeria  •  28 Comments  •  4 years ago

K-K-Kanye West darling of the "alt-right" at the moment, has been invited to visit Nigeria by Shehu Sani, a member of the "All Progressive Congress", the ruling party in Nigeria. As one should...
The oh so "sophisticated" delusions of the modern mind: an Irish pagan's perspective from the classic era.

The oh so "sophisticated" delusions of the modern mind: an Irish pagan's perspective from the classic era.


By: kpr37  •  paganism-islam  •  3 Comments  •  5 years ago

I dedicate this to Janus, the two faced god of beginnings. After well more than a decade, the war still rages on with no end visible on the horizon. Three American presidents have now sat in...
Worshiping at the altar of the god of political correctness: a pagan's perspective

Worshiping at the altar of the god of political correctness: a pagan's perspective


By: kpr37  •  political correctness  •  6 Comments  •  5 years ago

Reporting on the "leftist-septicemia-meme" Now some may not like my title, that's just too bad. Really it is. Political correctness falls under the definition of a religion . (def # 2) a...
 From a cultural tradition devoted to deicide: An open lament for modernity

From a cultural tradition devoted to deicide: An open lament for modernity


By: kpr37  •  paganism  •  7 Comments  •  5 years ago

  Early 17th century: from ecclesiastical Latin deicida ‘killer of a god’, or directly from Latin deus ‘god’ + -cide https://en.oxforddictionaries.com/definition/deicide The...
Philistines, Jews, Herodotus and the "Palestine" Question ..."toafos of a re'em" ?

Philistines, Jews, Herodotus and the "Palestine" Question ..."toafos of a re'em" ?


By: kpr37  •  islam  •  11 Comments  •  5 years ago

(From 1200 BC) The bulk of the inscription deals with Merneptah's victory over the Libyans, but the last few lines shift to Canaan:[4] 1.The princes are prostrate, saying, "Peace!" 2.Not one...