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It is too soon to know whether there is one guiding hand behind all the uprisings and we can only hope those who predict rigorous Sharia Moslem law regimes will be proven wrong.
The recent Naqba protests by "Palestinian refugees" and their supporters have once again thrown the spotlight on Israel. Abraham Lincoln said "You can fool all the people some of the time, and some of the people all the time, but you cannot fool all the people all the time.
To me it seems that as far as the "Palestinian refugee problem" is concerned, all of the people are being fooled all of the time. So that you won't be counted among the fooled, allow me to bring to your attention some less known facts about the "Palestinian people" and their refugee problem that can easily be verified.
And I ask you to do so.
Don't take my word for it. It is the Zionists who introduced it. The edition of the Encyclopaedia Britannica makes no mention of the 'West Bank' and later editions which do, refer to the historical names Judea and Samaria.
Actually the term wasn't invented by the Zionists. It was invented by the Romans who, after two revolts by the Jews against Roman rule wanted to erase the names Israel and Judah from history.
That's what the modern delegitimisation of Israel is all about.
For almost two thousand years, first under Roman and Byzantine rule, when this area was called the province of Palaestina and then under the Arab Caliphs, Mamelukes and Ottoman Empire when it was called Jund Falastin, there was always a Jewish presence.
As agreed by the League of Nations, Palestine, the English form of Palaestina and Falastin, was to be the National Home Land of the Jewish people and was to include the entire area on both sides of the Jordan river.
In Britain unilaterally created the Hashemite Kingdom of Transjordan on the eastern side of the river. From then and until Palestine shrunk to the western side of the Jordan river. All who lived in it were known as Palestinians, Jew and Arab alike.
In a survey of Palestine, prepared by the Anglo-American Committee of Enquiry, the authors use the titles Judea and Samaria when referring to areas now called 'the West Bank'. That UN resolution called for Palestine to be divided between the Arab and Jewish population, based mainly on demography.
Arabs in Palestine and throughout the Arab world rejected the Partition Plan. Jews accepted it with trepidation, desirous of a place to which the survivors of the Holocaust could freely come.
Britain imprisoned survivors trying to reach to shores of Palestine or exiled them to camps in Cyprus or returned them to Europe. With the establishment of Israel in May all who lived within its borders would be known as Israeli, Jew and Arab alike.
All Jews living in the areas of Palestine which did not come under Israeli rule, including the Old City and many parts of Jerusalem, were expelled. These are part of the forgotten Jewish refugees which include almost a million Jews expelled from Arab countries stretching from Iraq to North Africa.
Egypt imposed military rule on the Gaza Strip. At no time between and did the population of those two areas demand the creation of an independent state. At no time during those nineteen years did we hear of a Palestinian people seeking to fill their national aspirations.Occupy Wall Street TV NSA Clip Library.
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