What does globalize the Intifada truly mean?

The phrase “globalize the intifada” has been circulating on social media in recent weeks, but what does it mean? Some people think that it means globalizing the Palestinian cause and turning it into a worldwide phenomenon. Others believe that it means involving more people from around the world in the so-called Palestinian struggle. But what does globalizing the Intifada involve? And is it even possible? This article will explore these questions and offer our thoughts on what globalizing the Intifada could mean for Palestinians and Israelis alike.

What was the intifada?
If there is something we want to clarify, it’s the fact that Intifada is a wave of terrorism & violent attacks. The definition might be an Uprising in Arabic but the way it is formed is by creating multiple violent attacks against Israeli Jews.
At the first intifada around 200 Israelis lost their lives. During the Second Intifada over 1,000 Israelis lost their lives because of Palestinian terrorists.

What is the definition of “globalize?”

There’s a lot of debate about what “globalize the intifada” means, but at its core, globalizing the Intifada would mean creating more violent attacks, but this time instead of hurting Israelis, they would attack Jews. The Palestinian narrative has expanded over the middle east to the Muslim world, today many Muslims see it as their duty to help and liberate Palestine, and the best way for the “Globalize the Intifada” movement is to attack innocent Jews.

Unfortunately, that mindset is already carrying fruits, The FBI has already declared that Jews are the most attacked minority group in America. In addition, anti-Semitism has increased tremendously many Jews find themselves fleeing to Israel.

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How can we stop it?

One of the most important things to remember is that 99% of the people who hold antizionist opinions probably hold anti-Semitic opinions, there is a direct link between Antizionism and Antisemitism.

Anti-Israel organizations such as the BDS and Amnesty have a link with terrorism and Antisemitism.

Therefore, the best way to stop it is to raise awareness and advocate for Israel.  Talk about it, nonstop- Palestinian violence is something the world doesn’t talk about nearly at all, the more we will raise awareness of it, the more it will be condemned and the Palestinians won’t have any other option except sitting, talking and negotiating with Israel.

Long term consequences

Experts believe that globalizing the Intifada will only lead to more violence and bloodshed. Moreover, they argue that Palestinians are in an “all or nothing” mindset, which will only lead to more caus.

Only time will tell which of these theories is correct. In the meantime, it is essential to remember that both Palestinians and Israelis are suffering due to this conflict. Therefore, we must continue to pray for peace and work towards a resolution that will benefit both sides.

Ways to resolve the Israeli-Palestinian conflict through globalization

There are many ways to resolve the Israeli-Palestinian conflict through globalization.
Learning more about the Israeli – Palestinian conflict, and holding Palestinian terror organizations in Judea and Samaria accountable for their crimes is another goal we need to aim for, but raising awareness and looking at straight-up facts is the best way to solve this conflict.
Because at the end of the day there is one side who has tried to promote peace, and another who’s done nothing but promote violence, including calling to Globalize the Intifada!

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I hope this gives you a better understanding of what globalizing the Intifada means and its implications for Palestinian and Israeli relations. Please feel free to share your thoughts in the comments section below.

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