from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. The act of Judaizing; a conforming to the Jewish religion or ritual.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The act of Judaizing; a conforming to the Jewish religion or ritual. Also spelled Judaisation.
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He condemned the Israeli policy aimed on the continued building of settlements and the "judaization" of the Palestinian land in the occupied Jerusalem and West Bank, demolishing the Palestinian homes, blockading and the dismantling of the connection between the Palestinian towns and cities.
The declaration mandates forming a legal committee within the framework of the Arab League to follow up judaization of East Jerusalem and the conversion and confiscation of Arab property and to raise the issues before the national and international courts with jurisdiction to prosecute Israel legally.
PIC 18 Mar 2010 - An Israeli court ordered 15 Jerusalemite detainees out of the vicinity of the Old City for 15 days in a bid to abort possible recurrence of protests against the judaization of the holy city.
Abed al-Qadir denounced the PA saying: "We must allow Palestinians to express their anger about what Israel is doing in Jerusalem, and to let them solidarize with the Jerusalemites who stand against the repressive measures of the Israeli occupation, the judaization of Jerusalem and the desecration of its holy sites with their bare chests".
This courageous stand of the Vatican should be upheld and prayerfully acted upon in order to end the illegal monopolization and the unilateral judaization of Jerusalem, strangulated by settlements, divided by road blocks and checkpoints.
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Today Abbas says that Obama is not doing anything for peace, at the same time Fatah is entreating Hamas to reconcile, with Fatah Central Committee member Muhammad al-Madani saying "we are asking them to sign [this reconciliation] so that we are able to meet the challenges that we face in order to not accept solutions that do not meet the minimum Palestinian requirements, and which the Israeli right-wing extremist government is trying to impose [upon us] with regards to … accepting the 'jewish-ness' of the state [of Israel], their continuing plundering of land for settlement expansion, their judaization of Jerusalem, which will result in the end of a Palestinian presence in our eternal Capital."