Canadians help "Wipe Palestine off the Map"
While Zionist propaganda machines spew out lies 24/7 about what the Iranian president didn't say about that Zionist entity, Palestine IS getting wiped off the map.
Where's the reporting on that travesty or is the MSM totally owned by Zionism or so dumbed down that their idea of investigative reporting is to catch Paris Hilton coming out of a NY night club?
Canada Park is a national park of Israel and a recreational area west of Jerusalem adjacent to Modi'in-Maccabim-Re'ut. It was founded by the Jewish National Fund in 1973, Canada Park is now a picnic area and tourist destination. The land on which Canada Park now stands formerly contained the Palestinian villages of Imwas, Beit Nuba and Yalo, demolished by Israel after the 1967 Six-Day War of Aggression and Dayr Ayyub, District of al-Ramla, ethnically cleansed 22,251 days ago in a brutal assault by the world's "most moral army."
Over 14,000 Palestinians were forced to move from their ancestral homes to make way for this "park." A "national park" that celebrates Israeli war crimes, which seems to be the Israeli pastime.
"Canada Park" Built on Ruins of Palestinian Villages
Overlooking the fertile Ayalon Valley between Jerusalem and Tel Aviv sits Canada Park, a 7,500 acre recreational area covered with pine forests. It is bisected by a winding path the John Diefenbaker Parkway named after the former Canadian prime minister who inaugurated it. Canada Park is a source of pride for the Montreal and Toronto Jewish philanthropists who in 1972 donated more than $15 million to help build it.
Dr. Zayid's story could be that of any one of the 14,000 inhabitants of Beit Nuba, Yalu and Imwas, the three demolished villages that once stood where Canada Park is now.
"My mother, sisters and an old uncle lived in their home there on the land which they and their forefathers had owned and cultivated for hundreds of years, " testified Dr. Zayid. "Israeli occupation took place and, except for my uncle who was immobile with long-standing arthritis, they were driven out for no good reason to Ramallah."
Israeli soldiers returned a few days later, according to Dr. Zayid. When his invalid uncle still refused to leave, "before his own eyes part of his house [was] blown up and he was told that this would happen to the remaining part on top of him if he stayed. In the same way the entire village was systematically blown up and later bulldozed."
Perhaps rubble from some of the 120+ mosques that have been destroyed by the Jews in Occupied Palestine are lying under the park.