The first incident was for “Nakba Day,” and the next is to commemorate the start of the Six-Day-War. You may be noticing a pattern: these spectacles are designed to demand a do-over for wars in which Arab Muslim states were handed embarrassing losses when they thought they could polish off the Jewish state fairly easily, once and for all. They want to take another shot at it, or at least create enough trouble to goad a credulous international community into making land grabs on their behalf in consolation for military conflicts they could not win.
The Pro-Palestinian group that organized “Nakba Day” marches announced on Saturday that they were planning further protests on June 5, the day that the Six Day War broke out. The announcement, which was published on the Internet, called on Palestinians in foreign countries to fly to Israel and land at airports within the state.
The group called on Palestinian refugees to hold demonstrations at the borders between Israel and Syria, Lebanon, Jordan and the Gaza Strip….