Here we go...
~Bashment says he'll: educate people...on the situation with palestine (an area of land) and on "who are the palestinians" (presumably a people)
~BW asks: Is there room for any
criticism of Palestine (which is an area of land, so we'll assume he means the Palestinian people)
~Northu says: of course (the implication being that Northu also connects the land of Palestine with the Palestinian people)
So we have the first questions
1) What is the link between Palestine and the Palestinians?
2) Doesn't Israel take up much of 'terra Palestina'?
3) Does Palestinian nationality remain constant even in diaspora? Or are Israelis the new Palestinians (as happens with the Pakistanis or Jamaicans who come to Britain and overnight become British)?
If Palestinians exist and are still so named despite no longer occupying much of the land previously known as Palestine, and the people now occupying the land named Palestine are not Palestinians then we have three further questions.
1) Who are the Palestinians and where is Palestine?
2) Who cares?
3) Why are the Pakistanis and Jamaicans in Britain called British?
If somebody can give me an answer which recognises the rights and desires of the 1948 Israelis, 1948 Palestinians and 1948 British (>99% White), and all of their descendents, to homelands designed to protect and nourish their particular sense of identity and heritage--I'll give you some pos rep when I'm able!