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National Post Food Reporter Invents State of “Palestine”

by Mike Fegelman

On what basis can the National Post assert that there’s a “historic food culture” from the non-existent state of “Palestine”?

The Post’s food reporter Laura Brehaut reviewed a new cookbook called “Falastin” saying it’s a “chronicle of Palestine’s people and foodways” by “Jerusalem-born” chef and restauranteur Sami Tamimi, however, if he’s Jerusalem-born, then he’s the pride of Israel, not the pride of Palestine.

Jerusalem, after all, is the indivisible, eternal capital of the nation state of the Jewish people, Israel.

As to Ms. Brehaut’s reference of an Israeli “separation wall,” untold is that the Israeli security barrier serves to prevent and thwart Palestinian terror attacks and its implementation has seen a 90% reduction in terror.

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