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Poem: Ask Palestine if Israel is Anti-Semitic

Ask Palestine if Israel is Anti-Semitic


By Genevieve Cora Fraser

Israel is a terrorist
State run by a terrorist
Government with liberty
And justice for Jews
Of northern European
Origin sophisticated
In torture tactics
Winning wide-spread
Support from a people
Terrorized into believing
Today may be their
Last if it were up to
The Palestinians
Israel was born
To slay Palestine
Reduce to rubble
The Terra Sancta
Made Holy to a world
Attached as a child
To mother's love
Pastoral groves
Gentle shepherds
Arabic cities
Of charm and grace
Kept eternal vigil
On sanctuaries
Sepulchers
Ancient ruins
Mosques Temples
Dwelling places
Of saints and prophets
Martyrs memorialized
Christian churches
Stand in Tribute
To the birth
Of the Christ
In Palestine
He was crucified
Died and buried
As the Palestinians
Are crucified daily
Gunned down
In their homes
Shops and streets
Bulldozed belief
In Israel's might
Imbues every moment
Of Israeli existence
Castigating
The existence
Of the Semites
Among them third
Class Israeli Arabs
Unwanted in the land
Of Free White
Supremacist
Ashkenazi
Dominance
Waiting for the Right
Moment to drive
The Bedouin
>From their Time
Honored Province
No gentle shepherds
These but belligerent
Cattle drivers
Rounding up herds
Of Semites in Palestine
And Coming Soon
In Israel for holding
Pens and eventual
Starvation dehydration
Disease ridden
Experimental
And conventional
Slaughter
As the world
Holds it's collective
Breath waiting
For Palestine
To breath
It's last
Gasp
Before
Something
Anything
Is done


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