Using Google as Your Friend

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  • • by Sharon Koifman
  • • August 9, 2022

One of the most powerful tools that you have these days is the ability to prove your argument in real-time. Just realize the power you have when someone claims that Jews had it good in Palestine, and you call that person out by merely Googling “Hitler and Grand Mufti,” and Google pops up a picture of both leaders hanging out like they’re old high school buddies. So here’s the list of keywords and phrases you can ask someone to Google to make a quick but powerful point. Feel free to Google these words and phrases yourself to see the powerful results:

  1. When did the Philistines disappear?
  2. The Palestine Symphony Orchestra
  3. The Palestine Post
  4. Anglo-Palestine bank
  5. Hebron Massacre
  6. Mandatory Palestine Civil War (to prove that the Arabs in Palestine were involved in the war)
  7. 1517 Hebron attacks (proving that Jews did exist in Palestine 500 years ago and were still mistreated)
  8. 1834 looting of Safed (more proof )
  9. Peel Commission map (the first proposal showing how much Arabs could have gotten, but refused, in July 1937)
  10. Ehud Olmert’s proposal map (from a rejected peace offer in 2008)
  11. Hasan Salama (terrorist and also a Nazi)

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