Denying the Basis of Jewish Self-Determination

Assuming that Jews are not indigenous to Israel.
Assuming that Jews are not indigenous to Jerusalem.
Assuming that Jews are not indigenous to Judea & Samaria.
Claiming that Jewish peoplehood is founded on racial criteria.
Denying the historical reality of millennial Jewish peoplehood.
Claiming that Jews have no common nationality of their own.
Claiming that the Jewish people are non-indigenous to Israel.
Denial of the democratic legitimacy of pro-Israel advocacy.
Claiming that it is illegitimate per se for Israel to have a titular Jewish majority.
Denial of the universal validity of Israel’s titular national nature.
Claiming that the religious element of Israel’s national identity is unique and illegitimate.
Claiming that Israel’s national symbols are illegitimate.
Denial of the Jewish right to self-determination by making reference to race.
Claiming that Western countries that voted for partition in 1947 carry original sin.
Claiming that Western countries carry original sin due to their recognition of Israel.
Claiming that Western countries must compensate Palestinians due to original sin.
Claims that Israel is bound by expressed views of other nations.
Claiming that Israel is bound by foreign recommendations.
Claiming that Israel could not have come into existence without Palestinian relocation.
Claiming that Judean-language Jews are ethnic Arabists.
Claiming that Ashkenazi Jews deprived Mizrahi Jews of a prior pan-Arabist identity.
Claiming that Jews had no right to self-determination before the Hebrew revival.
Advocating a Gentiles only right to self-determination.
Assuming that traditional Ashkenazi Jews lacked nationality prior to the Hebrew revival.
Tacitly assuming that Ultra-Orthodox Ashkenazi Jews outside of Israel lack nationality.
The tacit, never spoken assumption that Yiddish-speaking Jewry is ethnically German.
The tacit assumption that traditional non-Israeli Ashkenazi Jews lack nationality.
Claiming the historical existence of an Ashkenazi nationality.
Claiming that Jewish nationality did not exist before the Hebrew revival.
Claiming that Jews held gentile nationalities only before the Hebrew revival.
Claims that only those who speak Hebrew as a first language hold Jewish nationality.
Claiming that descendants of converts to Judaism should have no rights as Jews.
Assuming that Jews lost their right to self-determination by accepting converts.
Assuming that Jewish self-determination is void in the absence of Jewish genetic purity.
Claiming that Palestinians are Jews and Jews gentiles.
Asserting that Jewish self-determination per se is democratically illegitimate.
Assuming that Jewish self-determination alone is incompatible with liberal democracy.
Claiming that Jewish self-determination per se is a form of ethnic domination.
Claiming or assuming that Jewish majority rule is democratically illegitimate per se.
Claiming or assuming that Israel applies morphological intra-HG immigration criteria.
Assuming that Jewish self-determination is taxonomically physionomistic per se.
Assuming that advocacy of Jewish self-determination is physionomistic per se.
Assuming that Jewish nationalism is taxonomically intra-HG physionomistic per se.
Assuming or claiming that Zionism is physionomistic per se.
Claiming or assuming that Israel is not a state for all its citizens.
Claiming or assuming that a Jewish state per se cannot be a state for all its citizens.
Denying that Israel’s raison d’être is self-determination.
Ignoring that Israel’s raison d’être is self-determination.
Ignoring that the UN charter grants every people the right to self-determination.
Assuming that Israel’s form of government makes Jewish self-determination void.
Claiming Jewish self-determination is illegitimate due to Israel’s forms of government.
Claiming that Jewish self-determination is something intrinsically racist.
Claiming that Israeli Jewish fears of being minoritized are “irrational.”
Claiming that Israeli Jewish fears of being minoritized are “prejudicial.”
Claiming that Israeli Jewish fears of being minoritized are “racist.”
Claiming that Israeli Jewish fears of being minoritized are “Anti-Arab.”
Claiming that Israeli Jewish fears of being minoritized are “Islamophobic.”
Claiming that Israeli Jewish fears of being minoritized are “dangerous.”
Claiming that Israeli Jewish fears of being minoritized are “paranoid.”
Claiming that Israeli Jewish fears of being minoritized are “Fascist.”
Claiming that Israeli Jewish fears of being minoritized are “Nazi.”
Claiming that Israeli Jewish fears of being minoritized are “colonialist.”
Claiming that Israeli Jewish fears of being minoritized are “imperialist.”
Claiming that Israeli Jewish fears of being minoritized are “Western.”
Claiming that Israeli Jewish fears of being minoritized are “unacceptable.”
Claiming that Israeli Jewish fears of being minoritized are intrinsically prejudicial.
Assuming that Jews are not indigenous to the West Bank.
Assuming that Jews are not indigenous to East Jerusalem
Assuming that Jewish presence in the West Bank is not indigenous
Assuming that Jewish presence in East Jerusalem is not indigenous
Assuming that Jewish residence in the West Bank is not legitimate
Assuming that Jewish residence in East Jerusalem is not legitimate
Claiming that Jewish self-determination contradicts democratic exercise whereof.
Claiming that Jewish self-determination is inconsistent with its democratic exercise.
Claiming that Jewish self-determination contradicts Israeli liberal democracy.
Denying that the West Bank Jewish minority is indigenous to the land.
Assuming that Jews are not indigenous to East Jerusalem.
Assuming that Jews are not indigenous to Hebron.

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