The Palestinian Representative’s Speech at the UN

Posted: September 10, 2008 in Israel, Middle East, Occupation, Palestine, Palestinians, Religion, Satire

‘Before beginning my talk I want to tell you something about Moses. When he struck the rock and it brought forth water, he thought, ‘What a good opportunity to have a bath!’

He removed his clothes, put them aside on the rock and entered the water.

When he got out and wanted to dress, his clothes had vanished.

An Israeli had stolen them.’

The Israeli  representative jumped up furiously and shouted, ‘What are you talking about?  The Israelis weren’t there then.’

The Palestinian representative smiled and said:

‘And now that we have made that clear, I will begin my speech.’

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Comments
  1. dianasmn says:

    i think the palestine representative point of the speech is that he’s trying to show how the israel representative would react when they get blamed. the story is probably a joke to show people the israelist’s reaction.

  2. shukran to the two people who gave further information

  3. reason15 says:

    The same story is doing the rounds among pro-israeli sites where it is the Israeli representative who trips up the Palestinian. In truth neither entity were there in this story. The ‘Biblical Israel’ did not exist during the time of Moses (remember he is supposed to lead the Hebrews out of Egypt to the ‘promised land’ and never actually set foot there himself). Nor did a European state/country called Palestine exist at that time. What almost certainly did exist (if gene mapping evidence is correct), were Semetic tribes in the regions of Egypt and the Middle East. BOTH genetic Jews and modern day Palestinians have been shown to share a common male ancester! Ashkenazim Jews(German and Eastern European Jews) are mostly of European ancestry and rule the zionist state with the same racist, colonial European mentality of their main bloodline.

    • reason15

      It’s encouraging to know that intelligence is alive and well on WordPress. Thank you.

      The Hebrews and/or the Israelites according to Islamic faith and history were really Muslims: submitting to God as Muslims do. Period. But to your point, Dr. Sholomo Sand, a professor at Tel Aviv University is still unchallenged in his claim that “The real descendants of the inhabitants of the Kingdom of Judah are the Palestinians!” See https://attendingtheworld.wordpress.com/2008/03/23/shattering-a-national-mythology/

      Jews now living in Israel and other places in the world are not at all descendants of the ancient people who inhabited the Kingdom of Judea during the First and Second Temple period. Their origins, according to him, are in varied peoples that converted to Judaism during the course of history, in different corners of the Mediterranean Basin and the adjacent regions. Not only are the North African Jews for the most part descendants of pagans who converted to Judaism, but so are the Jews of Yemen (remnants of the Himyar Kingdom in the Arab Peninsula, who converted to Judaism in the fourth century) and the Ashkenazi Jews of Eastern Europe (refugees from the Kingdom of the Khazars, who converted in the eighth century).

      If anything, Israel should be called Judah or something.. the name Israel is that of Jacob; it was given to Jacob to honor him since the name means “the servant of God.” The state that claims to be called Israel today is farthest from Moses or God or serving His purpose…

      ATW

  4. northerntribe says:

    Yeah, I heard it told that it was a Palestinian who stole it…. and there were no Palestinians then. Oh well, I think this is all a made-up story anyway (-: May the Lord bless you and your people. May the Lord protect you.

  5. orientaljazz says:

    Hi. Do you have a factual ref source for the UN rep story? there are 2 opposite versions of the story circulating on the net. So unless you have a credible reference, I’d suggest it is more likely to be a joke and not a real incident. Thanks!

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